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Statewide Crime Study Released by the TBI
Statewide Crime Study Released by the TBI

Monday, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released its 2015 'Crime in Tennessee' report, revealing an overall decrease in reported instances of crime in the most recent reporting year, but murder is UP.

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2014 MPD Crime Stats: Overall Crime Down 4%, Homicides Up 133%
2014 MPD Crime Stats: Overall Crime Down 4%, Homicides Up 133%

Murfreesboro Police officials released a report that shows overall reports of "Part I" crimes to police in 2014 decreased by 4% from 2013.

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TBI Releases Crime Data for State of Tennessee
TBI Releases Crime Data for State of Tennessee

The annual study compiles data reported from each law enforcement agency in the state, providing an updated and comprehensive picture of the successes and challenges facing every community in Tennessee.

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Crime Statistics RELEASED by Rutherford County Sheriff's Office (2012 - 2013)
Crime Statistics RELEASED by Rutherford County Sheriff's Office (2012 - 2013)

From the Sheriff's Office: Crime dramatically dropped by 20 percent in Rutherford County from 2012-2013 while Sheriff’s Office deputies and detectives cleared 43 percent of all reported crimes, said Sheriff Robert Arnold.

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La Vergne Crime Rate at Lowest Level in Decade
The official release of the “Crime in Tennessee 2012” Report by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation confirmed what Police Chief Mike Walker suspected.  The city of La Vergne in 2012 experienced its lowest crime rate in at least a decade. 
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Murfreesboro Crime Statistics released for the past year
Murfreesboro Crime Statistics released for the past year
Chief of Police Glenn Chrisman stated: “One of the top priorities of the Mayor, Council, City Management and the Police Department is to create safe and livable neighborhoods throughout our city. In 2012, officers and detectives focused on reducing residential burglaries through the use of traditional and innovative strategies."
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