Donald J. Trump Just out report: "United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror." Not good, we must keep America safe!6:31 AM - Oct 20, 2017 But critics dismissed his comments as “ignorant” and “divisive”, with former Labour leader Ed Miliband calling him an “absolute moron”.He wrote on Twitter: Ed Miliband Spreading lies about your own country: sad. Spreading lies about others: sadder. What an absolute moron. https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/921323063945453574 … Criminal justice experts insisted rising crime in the UK, and particularly London, was more to do with the way the city was policed and blamed the reduction in neighbourhood patrols across the capital.While both London and New York have populations of around 8 million, figures suggest you are almost six times more likely to be burgled in the British capital than in the US city, and one and a half times more likely to fall victim to a robbery.London has almost three times the number of reported rapes and while the murder rate in New York remains higher, the gap is narrowing dramatically. The change in fortunes of the two global cities has been put down largely to the difference in tactics adopted by the two police forces. Both Scotland Yard and the New York City Police Department (NYPD) have just over 30,000 officers each and budgets of around £3 billion a year.But in the mid-1990s spiralling crime rates in New York - sparked by the crack cocaine epidemic - resulted in radical a new approach being adopted by the city's police department.Under the leadership of Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and police commissioner, Bill Bratton, the NYPD introduced a zero tolerance approach to low level crime and flooded problem areas with patrols.The force also put a huge amount of emphasis on community policing in order to build bridges between the police and members of the public.As a result the murder plummeted from a high in 1990 of over 2,000 to a record low of 335 last year.That figure is expected to fall even lower this year, and is currently in line to dip below 240.