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    • How did New York City reduce its crime rate?

      • Many attribute New York's crime reduction to specific "get-tough" policies carried out by former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's administration. The most prominent of his policy changes was the aggressive policing of lower-level crimes, a policy which has been dubbed the "broken windows" approach to law enforcement.
  1. Jan 01, 2003 · When the arrest rate of robbers rose 10 percent, the number of robberies fell 5.7 to 5.9 percent. During the 1990s, crime rates in New York City dropped dramatically, even more than in the United States as a whole. Violent crime declined by more than 56 percent in the City, compared to about 28 percent in the nation as whole.

  2. Jul 06, 2021 · For the month of June 2021, the number of murders and shooting incidents in New York City declined compared with June 2020. Murder decreased by 23.3% (33 v. 43) while shooting incidents decreased by 19.5% (165 v. 205). The department made 361-gun arrests for the month of June, a 99.4 % increase compared with the same period a year ago.

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  4. Crime Statistics. The NYPD maintains statistical data which is used as a management tool in reducing crime, improving procedures and training, and providing transparency to the public and government oversight agencies. In 1994, the department implemented CompStat, which through management, statistics, and accountability, successfully drove down ...

  5. EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 10: ESTABLISHING THE NEW YORK STATE COMMISSION ON SENTENCING REFORM. WHEREAS, criminal sentences should appropriately reflect the seriousness of the offender’s crime, and should meet the multiple objectives of punishment, deterrence, rehabilitation, retribution, and isolation; and

  6. Jan 03, 2018 · New research shows that offering broad access to treatment for these problems is not only compassionate, but also a cost-effective way to reduce crime rates.

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  7. According to some analyses, the crime rate in New York City fell even more in the 1990s and 2000s than nationwide and therefore credit should be given to a local dynamic: highly focused policing. In this view, as much as half of the reduction in crime in New York in the 1990s, and almost all in the 2000s, is due to policing.

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