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Startling Spike In Crime Has San Bernardino Residents Concerned

SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA.com) — A noticeable and startling rise in violent crimes has residents in San Bernardino concerned.

“We’ve had a recent spate of violence in our city that’s got a lot of people pretty concerned about it,” said San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan. 255 more words


C.A.S.K. Launches Crime Fighting Website

The Commission Against Senseless Killings, Inc. has launched its website with three important tool features: 1. Memorial Wall 2. Neighborhood Investigator 3. Neighborhood Intel. These features are designed to help the community get a handle on their crime fighting efforts. 580 more words

Memphis Crimes

Bond and Violent Crimes

When an individual is charged with a serious violent crime, the Courts in Georgia do not automatically grant a bond. Charges for which a person can be held without bond include, but are not limited to, murder, rape, armed robbery, and drug trafficking. 160 more words

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Violent Crimes Book Review

I really enjoyed Violent Crimes by Phillip Margolin, which is an Amanda Jaffe novel. I won this book as free review copy from The Reading Room… 258 more words

Should it not be Obvious?

I’ve just spoken to a lady on the phone who had asked a trainer, “Are you a Cesar Millan or a Victoria Stilwell?” and it got me thinking. 577 more words


Why the U.S. Remains Hobbled in Protecting Women from Gun Violence

By Sierra Smucker

Cross-posted with permission from The Society Pages/Scholars Strategy Network .

Sign spotted in New Orleans. Bart Everson, Flickr CC.

On May 23, 2014, at Isla Vista near the University of California at Santa Barbara, Elliot Rodger embarked on a violent spree that killed six students and injured 13 others, before killing himself. 883 more words


Hennepin Co. Law Enforcement Agencies Conduct Warrant Sweep

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – More than a dozen law enforcement agencies in Hennepin County are conducting a warrant sweep Tuesday morning.

Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek urges anyone with a warrant to turn themselves in. 40 more words