Look at how few arrests are made, and guess how few convictions there are from those arrests.
Too many Murders in Chicago, and other cities, are not being solved. m/r
The quality of Chicago’s policing has been deteriorating for decades. Back in 1991, 67 percent of murderers were arrested. When Mayor Richard M. Daley finally left office 20 years later, in 2011, the arrest rate was down to 30 percent. This troubling drop only continued after Rahm Emanuel became mayor, hitting a new low of 20 percent in 2016.
Unfortunately, the true figure is even worse, because Chicago has been intentionally misclassifying murders as non-murders.
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