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Why were the police unable to catch the Jack the Ripper Life in Whitechapel during the time of 1888 was known to be worthless and cheap Therefore the streets of Whitechapel were dangerous and risky Murders to be with abuse drinking robbery money or fights between gangs was very common and nothing out of the unordinary especially for the street of Whitechapel where incidents like this occurred on a daily basis Homelessness was a major problem at the time so street was packed with prostitutes immigrants and unemployed people all looking for some sort of a way to gain money When daylight went and night began to creep in this was the time when people were at most risk especially prostitutes because they were out looking for business and the street of Whitechapel ideal This is because there was a lack of lighting facilities at night and the narrow street and allies with gaps were the spot for business Though sadly these places were also deal for brutal attacks to occur Jack the Ripper murders Crime rate at this period time was high and was increasing even though police forces like the City police and Metropolitan police were established Therefore it was more likely for them to catch Jack the Ripper because of the strong and powerful forces they had but this was not the case the murders of Jack the Ripper still lies a mystery The main reason for this was instead both the forces working together they were competitive towards one another Therefore there was a lack of communication and any evidence or information found to do with the Jack the Ripper were never shared or passed As both of these forces wanted the glory and honor to themselves Jack the Ripper was known for brutal and heartless attack his serial murders shocked captured and attract so much of the public attention
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