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Some more likely to be crime victims

Crime in America: an occasional series on myths and realities

April 23, 2014
By George J. Bryjak

Not every resident of the United States has an equal chance of being a crime victim. Overall, some individuals are more likely to become targets of offenders than others, and the likelihood of being victimized for particular offenses, such as robbery and rape, is even more skewed.

 
 

 

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