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Drug Treatment Could Help Lower U.S. Crime Rates, Data Suggests

Drug Treatment Could Help Lower U.S. Crime Rates, Data Suggests

This is a decent article talking about the new product my company is about to roll out. It is a predictive analytical tool that law enforcement agencies can use to better prevent crime.

La jueza procedió a sentenciar a Neysha (a la izquierda) luego de leer una carta de Ana Delma Ramírez Solís, periodista y madre la víctima y de una breve alocución en corte abierta de la convicta. (Archivo)

La jueza procedió a sentenciar a Neysha (a la izquierda) luego de leer una carta de Ana Delma Ramírez Solís, periodista y madre la víctima y de una breve alocución en corte abierta de la convicta. (Archivo)

Fidel Urbina is wanted for allegedly beating and raping a woman in March of 1998. While out on bond, he also allegedly beat, raped and strangled a second woman to death in October of 1998. Her body was later found in the trunk of a vehicle that had been burned. Both crimes occurred in Chicago, Illinois. REWARD The FBI is offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of Fidel Urbina.

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Photo of a man being arrested for having drugs on him. I would live to work in the drug task force.

Juvenile inmates have more mental health hospitalizations, study finds

Today the Justice Department released a report showing that between 2012  and 2014, police in Ferguson, Missouri used force almost exclusively on its  black residents.   But it’s not about race….right?   Though a third of Ferguson residents are white, blacks accounted for 85  percent of traffic stops, 90 percent of tickets and 93 percent of arrests.   But it’s not about race…right?   The report found that a black driver who was pulled over was twice as  likely to be searched by police as…

But it’s not about race…right?

The New Jim Crow : Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Michelle Alexander points out that we have not ended racial caste in America: we have simply redesigned it.

Death Penalty Deters Murders, Studies Say

25 Truly Shocking Crime Facts You Need To Know

25 Truly Shocking Crime Facts You Need To Know

Fascinating Facts, Condado, Weird, Cases, Model, Crime, Outlander

Criminal Justice education.

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A man has been released from a Kansas prison after serving 17 years for a crime he didn’t commit, after his lookalike was found.

Dad who served 17 years in prison is freed after police find lookalike

White Collar Crimes - White collar crime dates back to the 1930′s when the term was first used to describe non-violent crimes that occurred in the workplace by professionals for personal financial gain.

White Collar Crimes - White collar crime dates back to the when the term was first used to describe non-violent crimes that occurred in the workplace by professionals for personal financial gain.

The FBI has issued a press release on its semi-annual Uniform Crime Report. [Full text via Ammoland.com after the jump.] The FBI’s UCR doesn’t say anything about increased gun sales; that’s not the Fibbies thing. Click here to sample gun owning/buying stats for the same period. Suffice it … Continue Reading

Preliminary 2012 Crime Statistics Violent Crime Up, Property Crime Down

Foto di crimine e morte dagli archivi della polizia di Parigi | VICE | Italia

Foto di crimine e morte dagli archivi della polizia di Parigi

BEFORE MODERN FORENSICS (real early C. French crime scene photos) - This body was found tied up in the Lac Daumesnil in the Bois de Vincennes, the largest park in Paris in November, The identity of the victim was never found.

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