Report: Phoenix Saw 'Dramatic' Rise in Violent Crime in 2020


Crime is on the rise in Phoenix, Katya is Allie better talk to the union representing Phoenix police officers. The community needs to know about this also because they're probably not keeping up with the numbers that from president of plea, the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association, Britt London, he says officers do their best to keep the streets safe and solve crimes. But the 70% jump in homicides reported from 2019 to 2020 should be alarming, with the numbers increasing from 139 to 200. The reason we were looking at it is because of the number of officers that we have more accurately that currently don't have. Allie Ventnor. Key

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