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The Numbers Are In: Black Lives Matter Is Wrong about Police

French, David. “The Numbers Are In: Black Lives Matter Is Wrong about Police.” National Review. December 29, 2015. http://www.nationalreview.com/article/429094/black-lives-matter-wrong-police-shootings


This article is about the statistics that were recently gathered regarding the issue of race and police brutality after the numerous black lives matter protests in response to the shooting in Ferguson in 2015. 261 more words

Police Brutality

Don't More Guns Equal Less Crime? Not Any More.

What’s going on?  After year-to-year declines in the violent crime rate going back twenty years, all of a sudden in 2015 things turned around and now violent crime rates are going back up.  612 more words


Edmonton named Canada's most open municipality again

For the second year in a row, the City of Edmonton was named the most open city in the country. The Public Sector Digest ranked 68 municipalities… 270 more words


Saskatchewan RCMP address rural crime: 'We don't want the Wild West'

For weeks, frustrations have been bubbling over in rural Saskatchewan related to crime and the way things are being handled by police. In response, farmers in central Saskatchewan have begun to mobilize and say they will take matters into their own hands. 687 more words


2016 already Chicago’s highest for murder in 2 decades

Even with four months left in 2016, murder rates in Chicago in 2016 have already exceeded those in 2015.

The city’s 500th homicide happened over the weekend, reports… 431 more words


Torrent of bad news out of Indiana

It feels like there has been a rush of troubling news out of Indiana lately. And I’m not talking about the usual reports of high homicide rates in Indy neighborhoods (especially involving… 163 more words

In The News

Arcadia PD Reports Decrease in Overall Crime

I’m beginning to see that everything has a cycle: seasons, relationships, political systems and, as I recently found out, crime. Find out more about the current decrease in Arcadia’s crime rate cycle in my new Arcadia Weekly article.

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