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Crime Rate #492931

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 30, 1977
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(Studio) FBI reports 1976 violent crime rate down, but larceny up due to CB radio thefts.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Hollywood, Florida) Report on decrease in crime rate in Hollywood, Florida, and how achieved. [Police chief Sam MARTIN - talks with regard to department's computer system.] (Simulation of response to crime call shown.)
REPORTER: Fred Francis

(5:47:20 to 5:48:00 Report shown here is out of place; doesn't pertain to subject and is switched.)

(San Francisco, California) San Francisco police chief says crime rate here rose last year from lack of citizen involvement. Reasons and attempts to change situation noted.
REPORTER: Rick Davis

Brinkley, David;
Davis, Rick;
Francis, Fred

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