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This edition: NYC's Plummeting Crime Rate: Is It Real?



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Episode Details

First aired: February 3, 2016.

Crime in New York has dropped to its lowest rates since the 1960s. Richard Aborn, head of the Citizens Crime Commission, and Prof. Peter Moskos of John Jay College discuss the reasons—and why some remain skeptical of the figures—with Stephen Handelman, host of “Criminal Justice Matters.”

Guest List

Richard Aborn President, Citizens Crime Commission of New York City

Peter Moskos Professor, John Jay College/CUNY

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