2016 saw a dramatic increase of violent crime in some major U.S. cities. This continues a trend which began last year after decades when criminal level fell. A new survey released that there were 307 more homicides in big cities in the period of the first six months of 2016 than the same period of 2015. The survey also found there have been around 1,000 more robberies, 2,000 more serious assaults and 600 less severe shootings in 2016. The Brennan Center, a nonpartisan law and policy institute, showed that out of the 51 cities included in the survey, the murder rate rose in 29 cities and dropped in 22. More than 50% of the uptick in homicides took place in Las Vegas, Chicago and Orlando, where 49 persons were killed last month. In addition, Ames Grawert, a counselor in the Brennan Center's Justice Program, noted that the mid-year survey does not signify a nationwide crime wave.
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