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"Possession of a knife or bladed instrument is up 9 per cent and this is particularly worrying as it reverses the trend of recent years.

"Every violent or sexual offence has its victim, often traumatised, with each grieving person far more than a statistic, but without long-term commitment to sustainable police budgets, total crime will simply go on rising.

On May 12, 2016, CBS canceled the series after two seasons.

The series follows an elite team of FBI Special Agents tasked with investigating cyber crimes in North America. Russell, a left-coast Sherlock Holmes and career Crime Scene Investigator who joins the team after a stint as Director of the Las Vegas Crime Lab.

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reported that the series would focus on cyber investigations, as opposed to the forensic investigations seen in CSI, CSI: Miami, and CSI: NY, stating that "[Anthony E.] Zuiker has been at the forefront of entertainment’s digital conversion, experimenting in the arena for the past decade." Zuiker, who wrote digi-novel Level 26, spent time in Washington meeting with the CIA, FBI, and DOD as part of his research for his 2009 CBS project Cyber Crimes The first season, comprising 13 episodes, premiered in March 2015.

Songs featured throughout the first season include: "Thunderbolt" by Justin Prime and Sidney Samson (episode 2), "Take a Ride" by Rattle Box (episode 4), "Re-Creation" by Strikez (episode 5), "With Me" by Underglow (episode 6), "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue" by Art Landry and His Orchestra (episode 8), "Get Your Hands Up" by Uforik (episode 9), "Let Go for Tonight" by Foxes (episode 10), and "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)" by Marvin Gaye (episode 12).

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