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Predicting Future Crime

By Maurice Chammah

The Marshall Project

Predicting crime has always been part of police work; any beat cop can tell you that a particularly dark street corner is vulnerable to carjackers, or a large parking lot offers anonymity for drug dealers. 369 more words


Residential break and enters quadrupled in Penticton, and other alarming stats

PENTICTON — Police officers in Penticton have been busy dealing with soaring property crime offences.

From December 15, 2015 to January 31, 2016, property crimes in Penticton have gone up by more than 30 per cent compared to the same period last year. 273 more words


Gangs Blamed For Rise In Violent Crime Throughout Los Angeles

HYDE PARK (CBSLA.com/AP) — Crime is up across the board in the nation’s second-largest city.

Statistics released Wednesday by the Los Angeles Police Department show that homicides and rapes are each up 9 percent and that robberies are up 13 percent. 378 more words


The President's "Gun Control" Actions Favors Posturing over Productivity

Ron Martinelli, Ph.D., CMI-V

Forensic Criminologist/Police Expert

Certified Medical Investigator

Copyright 01-06-16

President Obama’s executive action today to add more useless bureaucratic layers in the form of “enhanced background checks” and firearms sales licensing proves once again that we have an uninformed President who favors posturing over productive and effective gun control. 2,251 more words

Bratton: 'Shame On' Former Comm. Kelly For Accusations Of Fudging Crime Statistics

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police Commissioner Bill Bratton took his predecessor to task Tuesday, after former Commissioner Ray Kelly accused Bratton’s NYPD of fudging crime statistics. 1,128 more words


Montreal homicides in 2015: A roundup

There were 30 homicides reported on the Montreal Island in 2015, continuing a recent decline in violent deaths on the territory patrolled by the Montreal police. 120 more words

Local News

Ray Kelly Has No Right to Condemn Falsifying of Crime Statistics

In a radio interview taped Monday, former NYPD police commissioner Ray Kelly made an unsubstantiated claim that current police commissioner Bill Bratton is using falsified data to show record low crime rates. 572 more words