crime wave


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Noun1.crime wave - a sudden rise in the crime rate
rise - a growth in strength or number or importance
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crime wave

nondata di criminalità
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Europol said that police co-operation is vital if the crime wave is to be halted.
A cast of unlikely and odd characters evolves as Jo keeps the streets of San Francisco safe from bad guys and faces a crime wave that challenges her just as she's learning her new superhero skills.
Judge Parry told him: "You can only be described as a one-man crime wave.
Summary: The mayor of the Metn town of Baskinta Wednesday urged the authorities to step in following a crime wave.
A 34-year-old man accused of going on a crime wave was put in custody yesterday.
Belfast Crown Court heard Tate embarked on his crime wave in January 2010 just six days after serving a sevenyear sentence.
I READ with interest in the Daily Post of a low-tech solution to the rural crime wave.
Summary: AFTER being inundated with so much media coverage about criminal offenses being committed in our country, you may wonder who is behind this crime wave.
WINDEMERE, England The rolling hills of the English Lake District, home to the stories of Peter Rabbit and endless acres of misty farms, seem the last place on Earth for a crime wave,.
WITH 75 offences to his name, this thief was a one-man crime wave.
Fears of a credit crunch crime wave proved unfounded as the number of offences recorded in England and Wales dropped below 10 million for the first time since 1981.
Now the region's top cop has warned of a crime wave across Kirklees, to alert the public.