Many Victims Don't Report Crime

NPR's Libby Lewis reports on the Justice Department study that shows victims don't report violent crimes about half the time. The reasons could involve embarrassment, fear or frustration — plus the fact that 40 percent of violent crimes are committed by someone known to the victim.

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