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Crime Statistics

Rape Reports in Sweden up 33 Percent in Last Decade

The number of reported rape cases has increased by 33 percent over the last ten years, according to the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå), with cases up eight percent over the last year alone.

Sweden Police

Six Myths About the Legendary AR-15

The AR-15 is a legendary American firearm that has become steeped in myth while being maligned by leftists eager to blame the rifle, rather than the criminal who uses it.

AR-15

Sweden: Deadly Violence at Highest Level Since Records Began

Newly released crime statistics from the Swedish Crime Prevention Council (Brå) show the number of fatal acts of violence in 2017 to be the highest ever recorded by the agency while the number of rapes has also continued to rise.

An armed police officer stands guard after an object exploded next to a police station in Rosengard in Malmo, Sweden on January 17, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / TT News Agency / Johan NILSSON / Sweden OUT (Photo credit should read JOHAN NILSSON/AFP/Getty Images)

Sweden: Rape Reports up 10 Per Cent in 2017

Newly released figures from the Swedish criminal statistics agency Brå have shown that reported rape cases have increased by 10 per cent in 2017 and the country saw some 1.5 million crimes in total.

Sweden

New FBI Crime Report Omits Kidnapping and Drug Activity, Paints Misleading Picture of Border

This week, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released its annual Uniform Crime Report (UCR), which summarizes a year’s worth of violent crime statistics from across the country. At a glance, it shows that violent crime is down across the country and in the State of Texas. However, the data used to make these assessments doesn’t include kidnappings or specify what crimes are drug- or cartel-related, painting a skewed picture of everyday life along some parts of the southwest border.

Warning Sign, U.S.-Mexico Border

Canada’s Left Wants Racial Crime Statistics To Push #BlackLivesMatter Narrative

Canada’s most widely read newspaper, The Toronto Star, is lamenting the lack of racial crime statistics aggregated by various levels of government. Over two decades ago, the newspaper was instrumental in facilitating outrage from the left over a revelation that police in Toronto were collecting statistics about race and crime.

Demonstrators Protest The G20 Summit