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Economics, distance could be driving rural Sask.'s high homicide numbers: prof

Economic woes and the distance to medical help could be helping to drive homicide rates higher in rural Saskatchewan, says a University of Regina Department of Justice Studies professor. 704 more words

Saskatchewan

Norbury update at 25 November

A very large hamper has been donated by the Co-op for the Fayre.

Wednesday 6 December 7pm. Norbury Safer Neighbourhood Team Ward Panel

Meeting at… 441 more words

Norbury events & news at 20 November

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Voting for Love Norbury for Aviva funding closes midday Tuesday 21 November

https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/17-3685

Friday 24 November. 724 more words

Crime in Oregon

A look at crime statistics for Oregon.

Source: Crime in Oregon

Statesman Journal

There's No Media Bias. Nothing to See Here.

The media bias around various shootings is almost ridiculous. The Media are all over some shootings and death, and completely ignore others. It’s almost as if not all deaths (or lives) are equal. 412 more words

Politics

Are the SAPS crime statistics all that accurate?

Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula today presented the annual South African Police Service (SAPS) crime statistics to Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Police.

The SAPS statistics cover 21 crime categories, 17 of which are reported by the public while 4 are a result of police activity. 603 more words

Justice System

Letter of the Day: Less police presence is not the answer

RE: Police officers may contribute to crime rates (SP, Oct. 24)

I’m not sure where Mr. Puk gets his information from, but I can tell you from a first responder’s point of view “less” police presence is definitely not the answer. 277 more words

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