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Here are some of Windsor's most notable crime stats during the pandemic year

Windsor police have unveiled their crime statistics for 2020 — a year like no other for people in the city and around the world, defined by a global pandemic. 

Substance use in auto collisions saw a 20 per cent increase in 2020 vs. year prior

The charts below show some of the most significant changes in the types of crime happening in Windsor, when comparing 2020 to the year prior. (Jason Viau/CBC)

Windsor police have unveiled their crime statistics for 2020 — a year like no other for people in the city and around the world, defined by a global pandemic. 

The Windsor Police Services Board will discuss the details of its annual report Thursday, outlining the number of criminal incidents that took place last year, comparing year-to-date numbers dating back to 2002.

Take a look at some of the statistics that increased or decreased by 20 per cent or more between 2019 and 2020.






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Sanjay Maru is a reporter at CBC Windsor. Email him at sanjay.maru@cbc.ca.

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