Community Watch Public Safety World Crime Statistics & Trends Report Released

Public safety paper Community Watch has released a new analytical report titled "Crime: Trends and Jurisdiction". The report highlights global trends and law enforcement systems governing various major and minor crimes such as homicide, assault, kidnapping, robbery, motor vehicle theft, cybercrime, drug offenses, and rape.

Rancho Cucamonga, United States - June 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

California-based public safety & security organization Community Watch announced the release of its latest world crime statistics and trends report. The report highlights the global and local impact of crimes with supporting statistics from countries with some of the highest rates of major crime.

The full text of the report and more information about Community Watch is available at https://communitywatchpaper.org/crime-trends-and-jurisdiction

Titled “Crime: Trends and Jurisdiction”, the crime trends report details the nature, incidence, and jurisdictional position on crimes including homicide, assault, kidnapping, robbery, motor vehicle theft, rape, burglary, and drug offenses. The report examines the prevalence of these crimes in different parts of the world, perpetrator and victim demographics, and contributing factors.

The report raises awareness about law enforcement response and the treatment of various crimes by criminal justice systems in the United States and around the world. Community Watch also highlights key inferences about conviction rates, penal action, and the evolution of country-specific and US state-specific laws for a crime.

The analysis by Community Watch Paper also covers crimes such as currency counterfeiting, the smuggling of migrants, cybercrime, bribery, and corruption. The report showcases crime statistics from countries across six continents, highlighting the top five contributors to each category of crime and 10-year trends. Enabling the prevention of crime and protection are key focus areas.

According to a spokesperson for the neighborhood crime watch paper, “The focus of our report is to build awareness and understanding of how communities around the world respond to major crimes and the role of law enforcement. We seek to empower citizens, communities, and neighborhoods with detailed information about how crimes are committed and the resources available to prevent and combat these offenses.”

Community Watch paper is an online public & home security community founded by former law enforcement officer John Young. The community paper features content, resources, and products to empower neighborhood watch programs as well as personal and community security. More information is available at https://communitywatchpaper.org and at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: William Smithson
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Organization: Community Watch Inc.
Address: 9836 East Foothill Boulevard, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730, United States
Phone: +1-800-418-7703
Website: https://communitywatchpaper.org/crime-trends-and-jurisdiction

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 523687

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