Ring promises to "make neighborhoods safer" by deterring and helping to solve crimes, citing its own research that says an installation of its doorbell cameras reduces burglaries by more than 50 percent. But an NBC News Investigation has found — after interviews with 40 law enforcement agencies in eight states that have partnered with Ring for at least three months — that there is little concrete evidence to support the claim. Does the doorbell and security camera make neighborhoods safer?
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I use the word “certainty” a lot when discussing economic issues. That’s because the most important thing Washington can do to help our econo…