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Survey marks 2nd year of crime increases

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The violent crime rate went up 15 percent last year, and the property crime rate rose 12 percent, the government said Thursday, signs that the nation may be seeing the last of the substantial declines in crime of the past two decades. Last year marked the second year in a row for increases in the crime victimization survey, a report that is based on household interviews. The...

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