Wednesday, 9 March 2016

As a look at the criminality statistics presented on Monday reveals, the number of so-called non-German criminal suspects grew again in 2015: they now make up 45 per cent of the total of almost 74,000 suspected perpetrators of crimes. 
... Foreigner criminality is a field subject to statistical distortion effects: foreigner-specific crimes, such as offences related to passports or entry into the country cannot be committed by Germans. If the statistics are corrected, non-German suspects still make up almost 41 per cent.
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