Crime statistics in themselves are not about politics and political processes (unless, perhaps, if the perpetrators are politicians or if we are talking about political crimes). Yes, they might be relevant for political decisions, but almost everything is in some way relevant for political decision making. If we use that as a measure for what's on-topic, ...
I would suggest placing a bounty on the question with outdated answers. There is even an option for this on the bounty dialog:
In the specific case linked in this question, the original suggested duplicate question was closed for being opinion-based, so a bounty couldn't be started in this situation. However, as the community decided that the original was ...
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