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Municipalities in São Paulo Where the Number of Vehicles Found Exceeds the Number Robbed or Stolen

According to the State Ministry of Public Security, subsidies for the police to actively reduce the only crimes that did not decrease in 2000 focus only on robbery and theft of cars.

Author: José Peres Netto | January 2001

83 municipalities were selected where the number of vehicles found is at least 60% more than the number stolen in the city. During the observed period, between 1995 and 1998, rural areas accounted for 60% of the discoveries of stolen vehicles, while greater São Paulo (excluding the Capital) represented 40% of the discoveries of stolen vehicles.

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