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Violent Crime Down, Says Justice Department Survey
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According to new statistics released on Friday economic environment continues to drop significantly in the United States.According to crime victimization survey in 2010 violent crimes dropped about 13%. The Justice Department attributed much of the decline to a sharp drop in the number of simple assaults. A clearer picture of crime in the United States is likely to emerge fro a major FBI report. A preliminary FBI report for the first half of 2010 showed a decline in violent crime of 5.5 percent.

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Justice Department survey confirms downward trend in violent crime

  
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