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Riverside County’s crime statistics are a draw for growth, said District Attorney Michael Hestrin March 10 in a keynote address at the Mission Inn.

Hestrin was speaking at the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce monthly Good Morning Riverside meeting.

“People want to come here because it’s a safe place to work and live,” he said, describing an attractive crime rate he attributes to partnerships, including the Veterans Court, Drug Court, Mental Health Court and Homeless Court.

The statistics are reported by the California Attorney General, and are available here.

“We enforce the

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