Flossmoor’s crime rate in 2015 declined for the third straight year.
Police Chief Michael Pulec said Thursday that the overall number of so-called Part 1 crimes – which include murder, criminal sexual assault, robbery, aggravated battery, burglary, theft, auto theft and arson — dropped from 123 in 2014 to 106 in 2015.
Pulec recently submitted Flossmoor’s Part 1 numbers to the Illinois State Police, which will release a “Crime in Illinois” report later this year detailing criminal activity in counties and municipalities across the state.
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