Stockwell Day had it right, according to Statistics Canada. The latest victimization survey, released today, shows that 31% of all crimes were reported to police in the survey period, compared to 34% reporting in the last survey five years ago. Day cited the increase in “unreported crime,” as he called it, as a factor in the Tory plans to build more prisons. The survey also found that the level of victimization reported by Canadians remained unchanged, at about 27%. The majority of crimes are non-violent. More later on this story.