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Resource ID: #971
Subject: 248
Source: Tanya Eiserer; Ted Gest; Jeremy Kohler; Steve Thompson; Steve Wilson
Affiliation: The Dallas Morning News; Criminal Justice Journalists; St. Louis Post-Dispatch; The Dallas Morning News; Michigan Center for Investigative Reporting
Date: 2010

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Widely used crime statistics compiled by the FBI may not be as accurate as they seem. Police departments may "define crime down," meaning that many offenses don't make it into a city's crime totals. Panelists will discuss how this happened in Dallas, Detroit, and elsewhere and how journalists should monitor practices in their areas.

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