Thomas Abt on Violent Crime in the U.S.
Thomas Abt talked about the FBI’s newly released violent crime statistics. According to the report, violent crime rose 12 percent between 2014 and 2015, eight percent between 2015 and 2016, meaning an increase of 22 percent in the past two years. Topics included use of these statistics for politically divisive purposes and his proposals published in the New York Times for addressing the rising homicide rate. close
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Thomas Abt Senior Research Fellow Harvard University->Kennedy (J.F.) School of Government
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