Crime in decline, but why?

Protus3News, Security Program Development

We read an interesting article by Miguel Llanos, a reporter for “Crime in decline, but why? Low inflation among theories” was published on 9/19/2011.

Statistics released by the FBI showed that violent crime and property crimes were declining in 2010. Is this a figment of manipulation within the reporting of crime? Is it attributable to an aging U.S. population and the growth of the “over 50” population, a segment that is not viewed as high risk for committing crime? Is it attributable to the low cost of electronics? Low inflation? Smarter policing? Heightened sensitivity and layers of controls?

What do you think? Do you feel safer?

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