Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Crime down 38% on Island

Crime in the Isle of Man has fallen by 38% in the last three years, according to statistics released by the island's police force. They say it means the island's crime rate is at its lowest level since 1981.
The figure for the total number of crimes committed on the island from April 2009 to March of this year dipped to less than 3,000. Isle of Man police have also maintained their 50% detection rate, a spokesman said.  BBC

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