Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
She was doing the quarterly crime clear-up rate statistical return.
However, there are more fundamental problems with clear-up rates.
Thames Valley police force has one of the lowest crime clear-up rates in the country.
New Orleans is notorious both for its low murder clear-up rate and its wrong convictions.
The clear-up rate of art theft is not good, and he would achieve praise and promotion.
Crime is lower in their area than it is nationally and the clear-up rate is higher.
But it's the clear-up rate that's worrying some.
Of those just below forty thousand were solved.that represents a clear-up rate of roughly twenty percent.and that's ten percent below the national average.
But the clear-up rate is a notoriously inadequate measure of police effectiveness, open to manipulation by many factors other than policing skills (Reiner, 1988a).
The consequent decrease in clear-up rates was almost entirely due to a drop in NFA numbers.
The clear-up rate for general crime in Bulgaria bears comparison with that in many current EU Member States.
But try to implicate me in any way - or use me as a trade-off- and it'll be added to the police clear-up rate faster than the eye can follow.
He looked at the crime figures reported by the Merseyside police, where the increase in clear-up rates could be shown to be related to the number of prison visits by police officers.
The country’s clear-up rate for crimes is higher than would be expected in the EU, and the incidence of ordinary crime is lower there than it is in our own countries.
Other findings included: Welsh police had one of the most successful clear-up rates for recorded crime at 35pc in 1991 in Dyfed Powys this rose to 50pc, the highest rate of any force in England and Wales.
Conservative CIDs, for example, have all sorts of tricks to frustrate an incoming radical chief superintendent, by which they can legally send clear-up rates into a tailspin - so leading to the rapid transfer of the reforming senior officer.