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In What Ways Do the Police Fall Short as Crime Fighters?

The police have always been touted as our first line of defense with regard to crime prevention and crime suppression.  For decades policing has employed a standard set of strategies utilized to reduce crime and disorder within their jurisdictions. 1,022 more words

Police

Why Do Criminals Commit Crime?

Understanding the relationships between biology, family, labor markets, economy and community, and how these forces intertwine with criminal conduct, has been perplexing scholars for decades.   As a result of rigorous study, we tend to have a much wider base of knowledge regarding the patterns and causes of criminal activity on an individual level, than we know about factors that create criminal environments. 950 more words

Police

CAIR, A FIfth Column in the US, by Joseph John [c]

To jrj@combatveteransforcongress.org
CC ‘Charles S. LiMandri, Esq.’
May 8 at 9:06 AM

CAIR, A Fifth Column In The US, Targeting American Children In Public Schools… 7,519 more words

Tea Party

BOOKLIST'S BRASS BALLS WON'T REDUCE CRIME

Let me make something 100% clear; I’m not a “defense lawyer”.

Frankly, I don’t know what a “defense lawyer” is 1,378 more words

Columns: Playing Solitaire With The Hermit Of The People

Who should tackle cybercrime?

Here’s a situation: a man in the United States sends continuous bullying messages to a man in the United Kingdom via Twitter. The victim wants to take steps to stop this…who should deal with it? 182 more words

Sociological Perspectives on Punishment

One way of controlling and reducing crime is to punish offenders. Given that punishment typically involves restricting people’s freedom and sometimes inflicting harm on people, it requires some justification as a strategy for crime control. 1,868 more words

Crime And Deviance