Women have the Right To Feel Safe, and Be Safe...

Reply Wed 12 Feb, 2020 03:02 pm
This is a reply post regarding a article on Assault Against Woman:

For what is statistically true, or accurate, and even what is not included statistically, and all other crime such as this is what is ( violence against women) Always unacceptable...

Women have the Right to Feel and be Safe...

No woman..., or person....child...should ever have to experience this kind heinous personal intrusion in their lifetime, this seems to be occurring at least according to news reports more, and all to often.

Actually this activity should be in a stage, or state of Reversal, and NOT Increasing, I am continually upset as well as greatly disturbed in hearing such stories, as I have always have been...

My Heart Always... goes out to any person which have experienced any such similar experience of intrusion, attacks, and, or invasion of their personal well-being... due violence, and or violent behavior,
I will continue to pray for the Safety and Well-Being of Others...

Advocate of Humanity, Author, Writer, Poet,
Jason Sandifer,
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Reply Wed 12 Feb, 2020 05:51 pm
Actually this activity should be in a stage, or state of Reversal, and NOT Increasing,

Factually, violent crime, including crime against women, is decreasing. I don't disagree with the rest of the sentiment you are expressing. But, you should get the facts right.

Didn't we already discuss this?
Reply Wed 12 Feb, 2020 07:26 pm
It was discussed and many people provided links to more current stats. It's not decreasing.
Reply Wed 12 Feb, 2020 07:30 pm
It was discussed... and this was the verdict

Crime in the United States has been recorded since colonization. Crime rates have varied over time, with a sharp rise after 1963, reaching a broad bulging peak between the 1970s and early 1990s. Since then, crime has declined significantly [1] and current crime rates are approximately the same as those of the 1960s.[2]



Facts matter
Reply Wed 12 Feb, 2020 07:36 pm
Violent crime in the U.S. has fallen sharply over the past quarter century. The two most commonly cited sources of crime statistics in the U.S. both show a substantial decline in the violent crime rate since it peaked in the early 1990s. One is an annual report by the FBI of serious crimes reported to police in more than 18,500 jurisdictions around the country. The other is a nationally representative annual survey by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, which asks approximately 160,000 Americans ages 12 and older whether they were victims of crime, regardless of whether they reported those crimes to the police.

Using the FBI numbers, the violent crime rate fell 51% between 1993 and 2018. Using the BJS data, the rate fell 71% during that span. The long-term decline in violent crime hasn’t been uninterrupted, though. The FBI, for instance, reported increases in the violent crime rate between 2004 and 2006 and again between 2014 and 2016. Violent crime includes offenses such as rape, robbery and assault.


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