Web site to show city crime trends

The system, called Crime Maps, lets users search a year's worth of crimes on a block-by-block level


By Frank Main
Chicago Sun-Times

Thinking of moving, but don't want to get stuck on a high-crime block?

At 10 a.m. today, Trulia, a residential real-estate website, is expected to launch a new mapping tool that allows home buyers, sellers and renters to look at citywide crime trends in 50 metropolitan areas, including Chicago.

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