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People need to understand that crime is not uniform across the city. There are neighborhoods with crime that is disgustingly high (much of the eastside), and there are neighborhoods with crime below the national average. Large cities are not statistically homogeneous as many people believe, and this city needs to make sure people know that. We suffer because we don't have neighborhoods as well defined as other cities (ex. people will still move to the Loop in Chicago even though the South Side is very violent. They can separate the two). -Joel Arnold [Detroit Is Still The Most Dangerous U.S. City Says Forbes]