Downtown Detroit crime rates lower than national and state averages
Crime rates in Downtown Detroit are lower than both the national and state averages in spite of current economic conditions, according to a study conducted by Wayne State University and released by the Tourism Economic Development Council.
The report, â€œReality v. Perceptions: An Updated Analysis of Crime and Safety in Downtown Detroit,â€ shows that in 2007, when you take into account the large number of downtown visitors, there were 3,757 crimes per 100,000 people in the Downtown Visitor Area, which compares favourably to the state average, 3,775, and national average, 3,808 crimes per 100,000 people.
The report is available at http://www.tedconline.com. Contact: Shivshakti Patki, Tourism Economic Development Council, 313-202-1946, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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