Ten Plagues of California Are Turning The Golden State into a Third-World Hell Hole | VodkaPundit

In your typical Third-World megalopolis, basic city functions fall into disrepair, while once-eradicated diseases run rampant — and the local bigwig boasts about saving the world. Los Angeles is quickly becoming a typical Third-World megalopolis, and the rest of the state isn’t far behind. Yeste…
— Read on pjmedia.com/vodkapundit/ten-plagues-of-california-are-turning-the-golden-state-into-a-third-world-hell-hole/

San Francisco’s BART “Blitz” Demonstrates Effectiveness Of Broken Windows.

This is an excellent example of Broken Windows Theory working in the real world. Awesome!

San Francisco’s BART “Blitz” Demonstrates Effectiveness Of Broken Windows.
— Read on www.city-journal.org/san-francisco-bart-blitz

Here are additional stories on Broken Windows Theory:

How NY became Safe


Who Saved NY


Cops Who Confiscated Bikes Carried Out ‘Racist Policy’ — And Don’t Even Know the Law They Cited – Streetsblog New York City

This is part of the Broken Windows approach to policing.

The second link is allegedly an interview with a NYPD officer.

Better walking, biking, and transit for the five boroughs
— Read on nyc.streetsblog.org/2019/04/24/cops-who-confiscated-bikes-dont-even-know-the-law-they-cited/

The NYPD officer interview can be accessed HERE

Combating Prostitution – No Right Turn?

Los Angles is trying to combat prostitution with “No Right Turn” signs.

It is a creative way to disrupt the prostitution activity by preventing the solicitor and the prostitute from quickly leaving the main street by taking a quick right turn onto a secondary neighborhood street where the negotiation can be finalized or the sex act can take place.  This is a good example of combining Broken Windows policing and Problem Solving.  The article can be found HERE

Crime victim vs. public nuisance | Modern Policing

This article points out an apparent flaw in many public nuisance laws — they can penalize crime victims. In the case of domestic violence, some victims who have called the police multiple times have crossed a threshold that put their home into the public nuisance category, particularly risky when renting from a landlord. Others have…
— Read on gcordner.wordpress.com/2018/10/13/crime-victim-vs-public-nuisance/