Here’s yet another reason to fire FBI Director Christopher Wray. Through mismanagement or no management, the FBI’s communication management is so bad that they have to issue estimates on crimes rates this year.
Why? “[N]ot every law enforcement agency in the U.S. has successfully moved to the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) for reporting their crime data”
They’ve known about it since 2015. It was supposed to be completed by 2021. Good example of bureaucracy gone amok. How can they fight crime (instead of looking for crime) if they can’t even communicate?
So who’s affected by this? “A few major cities, however, are still working on the transition. Crime estimates will fill in the gaps where data is not available this year.”
We should trust their estimates on the major crime cities in the country.
And you also won’t get national stats. “The release will not include national view tables.”
Two things I don’t doubt about this story. The incompetence of big government. And political bias in the estimates. Meaning, they will be understated. Because that’s what they do.
This is how Wray was received when Biden took over. “Biden will reportedly keep Wray as FBI director, choosing to avoid turmoil” is the headline. The “choosing to avoid turmoil” part, in Democratspeak means “yippee, we keep our swamp dweller and appear to be magnanimous to the gullible Republicans.”
Did I say the midterms are coming?