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Crime in Ukraine

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Crime in Ukraine

Crime in Ukraine is combated by the Ukrainian Police and other agencies. The U.S. Department of State rates the crime threat in Ukraine as "HIGH"; it also stated in February 2011 that the crime rate was decreasing slightly since 2009.[1]

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References

  1. ^ Ukraine 2011 Crime and Safety Report, Overseas Security Advisory Council (24 February 2011)
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