Thursday, 29 November 2012

New York City Enjoys First Violent Crime-Free Day


New York City has enjoyed its first violent crime-free day. The New York City police reported that Monday (November 26) was the 'most bloodshed-free 24-hour period in recent history', not a single act of violence was reported. Despite a rise in homocides in July, the city's murder rate is on target to hit its lowest point since 1960. Recent statistics shows there have been 366 murders so far this year in New York City, compared with 472 at this time last year.

I believe this is a wake up call for many countries and cities of the world....

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