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San Diego Union Tribune — The dramatic drop inin County – with the exception of hate crimes and bank robberies – mirrored to varying extents around the country, cries out for explanation. It defies the premise that economic crisis usually leads to increased crime.
Here, though, citizens must be cautious. Consider an election debate last year between the top contenders for Full Story)attorney general. Steve Cooley, who was to lose to his counterpart from San Francisco, , asserted that historically low crime rates in California were due primarily to increased mass incarceration.(
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