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Crime analysts have known about the extreme results of the non-registered crime cases of police records for crime avoidance techniques. Crime statistics address police measurements' impediments as crime information sources, and gauges delivered from studies can relieve predispositions in police information. This paper provides assessments of violations obscure to the police composite indexes, Crime Survey and investigates the non-registered crimes and geographical inequality of crimes from the public point of view. The non-registered crime cases are more prominent in small urban areas that are denied and in affluent regions. The non-registered crimes are additionally more significant in rural neighborhoods with enormous centralizations of inadequate residents, migrants, and another category population.
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