Has anybody here ever come across any statistics comparing the actual number of homicides in Las Vegas to the number of murders per year on CSI? There are 22 CSI eps per season, but there's usually at least two murders being investigated in each ep; there are generally two cases and some of the even involve multiple murders. So I'd guess there are 45-50 murders per year on "CSI". Considering that Las Vegas really isn't that big of a city and that the crime rate in most parts of the United States has actually been declining for the past decade, I'm wondering if there aren't more murders per year on CSI than there are in the real Las Vegas? If I had to guess, my thoughts would be that the *number* of homicides is probably pretty accurate, but I'd be almost certain that the real LVPD investigates a lot more murders that take them to roach-infested trailers and run-down apartments and and lot fewer that take them to million-dollar mansions.