Chicago was the deadliest in four years, according to data released Thursday by the Chicago Police Department.

City Recorded 51 murders Last month, which is the highest since 2017 when 52 murders were recorded. This is a sharp increase in 35 murders recorded in the same period last year.

The increased murder rate coincided with an increase in shootings, as Chicago in January 2020 saw shooting incidents in January, compared to 137 in January 2020.

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Excluding motor vehicle theft, most other forms of crime were down last month to 851 in January, compared to 671 in the same time period last year.

Carjacking doubled over the previous year, a 135% increase over 2019.

Superintendent David O. Brown announced last month that the Chicago police had expanded its task force to deal with carjacking, which was originally established last February.

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“Spikes in vehicle spasms are a regional and national issue that both urban and suburban cities are experiencing,” Brown said. A news conference 21 January. “Motivation involves enjoying and committing robberies and shootings to facilitate anonymity while committing other crimes.”

Brown said one of the most disturbing aspects of the increase in carjacking is the number of juvenile offenders. The youngest person caught trying to hijack a car was just 13 years old, while the majority of offenders are between 15 and 20.

Brown said this is not simply a policing issue and has urged “teachers, mentors, instructors, parents, the faith community and others” to help troubled youth as well.

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An anti-violence nonprofit called Acclivius announced a grant of just $ 1.2 million, which would go to local crime fighting groups in the Chicago community.

“What we need to do to stop violence in a community, one house at a time, one person at a time … and one block at a time,” Levon Stone Sr., CEO of Eclivus, Said on thursday. “We’re not looking at it with binoculars, we’re looking at it with a magnifying glass. We’re up and it affects us as well as the city.”