Tatarstan not in top 5 regions for unsolved crimes — RealnoeVremya.com

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Tatarstan one line down

In January-July 2022, Tatarstan is one line below in a ranking of Russian regions for unsolved crimes. The republic left the top 5 by finishing sixth.

In the first seven months of the year, 14,211 crimes are considered unsolved in Tatarstan. This is 2,100 more than in the first half when there were 12,067.

Most unsolved crimes in January-July 2022 were recorded in Moscow – 57,312. Krasnodar Krai is second – 21,083. St. Petersburg is third, 17,674 unsolved crimes. Chelyabinsk Oblast is fourth, Rostov Oblast is fifth.

The lowest number of unsolved crimes in January-July was recorded in the Chukotka Autonomous District – 89. In the Nenets District there are 106, in Chechnya – 263, in Ingushetia – 343, in Kalmykia and Altai – 374.

Unsolved crimes account for almost half of all crimes in Tatarstan

31,478 crimes were recorded in Tatarstan in January-July. In other words, 45% of them have not been solved.

In the ranking of the Russian Prosecutor General’s Office, Tatarstan ranks seventh in the number of crimes recorded from January to July 2022. Moscow is the anti-leader where 83,091 crimes have been solved in which the Russian criminal code provides for penalties.

Krasnodar Krai is second – 46,138 crimes were recorded in the first seven months of 2022. Moscow Oblast is third (44,457 crimes), Chelyabinsk Oblast (37,702), St. Petersburg is fifth (35 855), Rostov Oblast is sixth (34,268).

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The lowest number of crimes in January-July was recorded in the Nenets Autonomous District — 412. In Chukotka their number was 526. These are the only regions where the number of crimes recorded in the first seven months of 2022 does not reach a mile.

It is worth recalling that according to the Prosecutor General’s Office, 51,933 crimes were recorded in Tatarstan in 2021. The republic was ninth among all Russian regions in number.

Yelizaveta Punsheva, Tatiana Dyomina

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