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Originally Posted by Arnold J Rimmer View Post
The national average is around 35%. I suspect NYPD is playing fast and loose with their numbers.

Nor are they alone.
I should correct my previous statement: the "solve" rates quoted above for NYS and NYC were for homicides, exclusive of other types of crimes, and they were from the 1980s, or possibly the early '90s. My apologies for not being more precise.

And yes Virginia, the NYPD has been caught red-handed cooking CompStat and UCR numbers.
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