Unsolved Rapes & Murders
Preventing crime by solving it
In an average year in California, over one thousand homicides go unsolved – 46% of homicide cases are never closed – and 56% of reported rapes go unsolved. Killers walk our streets free and threaten our safety, while we spend hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars on a select few who are already behind bars forever on death row. These resources would be better spent on violence prevention and education, to keep our families safe.
We need to use our scarce law enforcement resources to bring more killers to justice and to protect our families.