Crime in Kiev dropped during blackout - National Police
There were also 13% fewer road traffic accidents during the week.
This was reported by the head of the National Police, Ihor Klymenko.
According to the National Police, during the week of the blackout, from 23-30 November, the crime rate in Ukraine decreased.
Since 23 November, when Russian missiles caused further damage to critical infrastructure, the police have increased the number of units on the streets and strengthened security measures on residential roads. There are results. The number of crimes recorded from 23 to 30 November has decreased by 16% compared to the week before last.
Klimenko also assured that the number of accidents on the roads has also decreased. For example, there were 13% fewer accidents and 22% fewer accidents involving injuries. There were 5% fewer deaths on the roads during the week of blackout.
The police officer also recalled that gadgets can always be charged and kept warm in police stations.