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Super Mega Labor Day Quick hits

Sorry to disappoint you with your long weekend reading, but between a PS conference and a family trip to Topsail Island, blogging has dropped in priority.   663 more words

Politics

Vacancy: LVSC Policy and Project Manager - Crime and Justice System

LVSC is seeking an experienced Policy and Project Manager – Crime and Justice System to take forward our work on crime and justice. Full-time, 35 hours per week, initially until 31 March 2015 dependent on funding. 36 more words

LVSC

Obsession with Keeping People in Prison?

The Oklahoma County Jail in Oklahoma City is having its problems. Recently a male and female inmate died under mysterious circumstances. In one case it seems homicide is suspected because of injuries to the inmate. 948 more words

Criminal Justice

News You Really Need To See: "Suriname Leader's Son Pleads Guilty"

“Suriname Leader’s Son Pleads Guilty”

The Washington Post, August 30, 2014, p.A3

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/suriname-leaders-son-pleads-guilty-to-taking-money-from-hezbollah/2014/08/29/0783dbb6-2fb9-11e4-bb9b-997ae96fad33_story.html

“The son of the president of Suriname pleaded guilty Friday to charges he sought to offer a home base in his South American country to the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.   138 more words

Insurgent Groups

Why Minorities Will Never Trust Police Or The System

Plenty people drink & drive, resist wearing a seat-belt, piss in public, drink underage or smoke weed along with other countless acts of nuisance crimes across the country but black people always get caught. 276 more words

Drugs

100 Ways to Give with GRCC

As part of GRCC’s 100 Ways to Give project, the Library & Learning Commons and the Criminal Justice department are teaming together to collect books for Kent County Jail inmates.  34 more words

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