by Melanie Barden, CBS Austin
"Thousands of property crimes are reported in Austin every year, ranging from home burglaries to car theft. According to APD's latest report, in 2016, more than 33,000 cases were filed with the Austin Police…
Presentation by John Highbarger, McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at the November 2 meeting of the LCCO.…
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