Gotta admit that sounds downright stellar considering all the factors that go into an investigation.

Posted By: Rocker Ute
Date: Sunday 9 June 2019, at 10:13 pm
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Not to mention being able to find evidence to the whole notion of innocent until proven guilty.

Also resources are spread so thin, there are a lot of relatively minor violent crimes they just have to let go in pursuit of bigger ones. Just getting the resources to pursue rape allegations is near impossible. After a daughter of a good friend got raped, even identifying the assailant (work associate, claimed it was consensual) they admitted to her that until he had multiple accusations they likely would not be able to pursue him simply because of bandwidth. That means the volume of crime meant they only had the resources to pursue serial rapists. The guy who assaulted her walks free.

On the "white collar" side, a little old lady gets defrauded out of 10s of thousands of dollars, basically filed a report, basically no chance they'll pursuit it, too small a dollar amount and they are busy enough with fraud in the millions of dollars range. Yikes.

Rambling answer to say I'm surprised it is that high.
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