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...s. In the article, the data tells us when the unemployment rate doubled from 5 to 10%, property crime, robbery rate and auto theft rate would decrease in 2009 and between the years of 2008 and 2010, New York City experienced a 4% decline in robbery and 10% fall in burglary. Throughout the article, there is still no legit answer on what is the method being use to make crimes is decrease after all these years? Hopefully we someone could find the accurate for this mystery.
Inference, There is no true answer in how crime has been declining for the past years and decade. There are more theories than answers in figuring out this phenomenal and in the next few years, we might find the legit answer for this crime decline wave. I truly believe that people are just getting tired in committing crimes and figuring out other ways to earn their money in some other legal area.
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