Learn about Newark’s community-based safety ecosystem in which the people drive innovative solutions to the root causes of violence.
Make sure to check out the report “The Future of Public Safety” which can be downloaded as a .pdf
— Read on newarksafety.org/
This news interview is a perfect example of how the local news media supports law enforcement. Chief Williams did an excellent job conveying the police department’s message and the risk to the community. Chief Williams also showed the awesome community support that the PD was receiving.
The news reporter showed his concern for the officers and the community and the need to support to PD.
This is vastly different that what is shown in the national news (excluding Fox News and Newsmax TV). It is refreshing to see and it should remind us all of the local support that police receive.
God Bless the Phoenix officers that are injured and their families so they can get through these difficult times. God bless the Phoenix PD because everyone in the department is suffering from these attacks. Thanks to the Phoenix community for their support.
“In four months, we’ve had 8 officers shot (and) 13 injured in 4 months.” Phoenix chief Jeri Williams said Friday on Good Morning Arizona.
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— Read on m.youtube.com/watch
This article discusses the impact of crime and fear of crime and not all fear of crime is equal. Gun violence disproportionately impacts peoples lives compared to property crime.
Gun violence, and the fear of gun violence, distort the lives of millions of
— Read on www.vitalcitynyc.org/articles/gun-violence-is-the-crime-problem
Utah police from around the state fired their weapons in 31 shootings last year, a record high. But officers were also shot at more in 2021 than any other year in recent history.
— Read on www.sltrib.com/news/2022/01/21/utah-broke-record-most/
CDC data shows that more than 45,000 Americans died by gunfire for the first time, driven by a spike in homicides.
— Read on www.thetrace.org/2022/01/gun-violence-homicide-suicide-cdc-data-2020/
So the homicides from gun violence are due to persons buying guns legally to kill someone? I always thought that most of the gun violence was driven by illegally obtained guns.
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
— Read on www.scientificamerican.com/article/where-gun-stores-open-gun-homicides-increase/
The discussion is about rising crime, Shootings in Chicago, Democrats ignoring violent crime
— See video HERE
This is an AWESOME website if you are interested in the murder totals in Chicago. Det 273 gave me this one. Thanks.
It is actually sad that Chicago can’t do a better job with controlling the murders. I think. The cops there aren’t the problem so it must be administration or the politicians. Professor Wesley Skogan has been working with CPD for decades. With all the crime-fighting strategies that policing has something should work.
Illustrating the Chicago Values of Crime, Murder & Mayhem with comprehensive charts, precise graphs and exhaustive data sets of Chicago stupidity.
— Read on heyjackass.com/
Pandemic, Social Unrest, and Crime in U.S. Cities: March 2021 Update
In their latest analysis, researchers report on trends in violent, nonviolent, and drug crime during the COVID-19 pandemic, presenting data through March 2021.
— Read on covid19.counciloncj.org/2021/05/21/impact-report-covid-19-and-crime-4/