Sunday, August 6, 2023

Democrats Run The Most Crime Ridden Cities In The US - But Is The Situation Even Worse Than We're Told?; Most Violent Cities in America 2023

Democrats Run The Most Crime Ridden Cities In The US - But Is The Situation Even Worse Than We're Told?
In the past year we have been seeing a lot of news stories stating something like this: “More Americans believe crime is up in their city, but public perception doesn’t always match reality.”
However, is the problem really public perception? Or is it the manner in which crime data is being collected? The FBI's data collection is generally considered the most complete and accurate look at crime in the US and is referenced consistently by the media and by political leaders, but what if that information is now unreliable?
In January 2021, the FBI officially switched data collection methods from the Uniform Crime Reporting database to the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS). This was done right before Joe Biden entered the White House. The NIBRS system requires agencies to submit more detailed data, which has caused the transition to the new system to be slow. In 2021, only 63% of law enforcement agencies submitted NIBRS data to the FBI.
There is still no complete data released for 2020-2022, making it difficult to gauge the true increase or decrease in overall crime in the past few years. For example, some large police departments began to report data to the FBI again in 2022, like the Miami-Dade Police Department. But the two largest police agencies in the U.S., the New York Police Department and the Los Angeles Police Department, are still missing in the federal data.
The FBI plans to finally release a full crime report with all data included before the elections in 2024, though, it would not be surprising if this information was withheld until after elections conclude.
It should be noted that the switch in statistical methods by agencies including the FBI has mostly benefited Democrats. It was perfectly timed with the covid pandemic crisis, the BLM riots as well as the inflationary crisis, three events which would predictably lead to higher homicides and theft; but with limited data to prove it Democrats could make whatever claims they wanted. --->READ MORE HERE
Most Violent Cities in America 2023>
Violent crime is defined as a crime in which the offender or perpetrator uses or threatens to use force upon a victim. Violent crimes include homicide, murder, assault, rape, robbery, kidnapping, negligence, manslaughter, and sexual assault.
The FBI’s 2018 Crime in the United States Report shows that the violent crime rate in the United States for 2018 fell 3.9% from 2017. There are an estimated 368.9 offenses per 100,000 inhabitants. This decrease has been attributed to the re-launched Project Safe Neighborhoods program, an initiative that brings together law enforcement, prosecutors, and community leaders to develop comprehensive solutions for the most pressing crime problems in their communities.
Violent crime rates vary greatly across the country, and some cities experience higher than average rates. Areas that see the highest crime rates have poor housing conditions, larger families with small incomes, bad health problems, and homes with parents who have previously been in trouble with the law. These impoverished areas also see the formation of gangs. The motivation for violent crimes can also include a lack of police funding.
The twenty cities with the highest violent crime rates (number of incidents per 100,000 people) are: --->READ MORE HERE
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