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If there’s safety in numbers, then it’s possible to feel an enhanced sense of security on the day when the St. Joseph Police Department releases its annual report on crime statistics.

It’s the day when the public’s perception of crime runs into the reality of what the numbers say. These Part I crime statistics don’t sugarcoat the problem, but they put it into context.

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