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Donald Rumsfeld and Schrodinger’s cat: How to make crime weighting useful

Crime weighting is increasingly being considered as a way of measuring the harm from crime, not just the volume of it. But numbers alone, even weighted ones, can’t tell the full story. Andy Higgins of the Police Foundation explores ways of making crime statistics more rich and useful.

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