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Resource ID: #211
Subject: (panel unspecified)
Source: David Burnham (author) - NoneDavid Burnham (author)
Affiliation: New York TimesNew York Times



"Crime Statistics: How Not To Be Abused" (1977) is a handout written for IRE that remains timeless when it comes to thinking about how to use data in reporting. It describes how various agencies and departments release statistics which can easily be misread by reporters and others; details how to write reliable crime stories when faced with deadline pressure and confusing statistics; and includes a bibliography and references to sample stories.

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