All data can be tricky, but crime data poses its own specific challenges. It's often hard to track, interpreting it can be subjective, and public officials have incentives to seek the lowest figures for crime rates. Hear from Chicago journalists covering crimes, data, and the stories behind both.
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Darryl Holliday - Reporter, Illustrated Press/DNAinfo Chicago
@d_holli | http://diaholliday.com
Maya Schenwar - Editor in Chief, Truthout
@mayaschenwar | http://www.truthout.org