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|Jan 11, 2012||
Let’s face it; in times of economic hardship, we could all use just a little bit more money.
|Dec 05, 2011||
An Inside Look at Reentry
Reentry is a widespread term used to refer to concerns related to the transition of offenders from prison and other institutions to community supervision.
|Nov 17, 2011||
Holiday Decorations Are Up and So Are Charity Scams
The holidays are known as “the giving season.” It is a time when the amount of donations to charities and organizations increase.
|Nov 07, 2011||
Can Help You Talk With Children And Youth About Drugs and Alcohol
|Oct 24, 2011||
Halloween Safety on Campus
We all know the Halloween parties that are hosted on campus grounds each year can get hectic sometimes.
|Oct 17, 2011||
Start Snitching: The Social Taboo of Crime Reporting
The best way to protect ourselves from being victims of crime is to take preventative measures, and to report crimes that are known
|Oct 11, 2011||
Volunteers in Police Service Support Crime Prevention
At the Volunteers in Police Service Program (VIPS), we agree that safe communities are a thing to celebrate.
|Oct 03, 2011||
National Crime Prevention Month Home Safety Post By Kwikset
5 Simple Ways to Improve the Safety of Your Home
|Sep 26, 2011||
Schools and Gangs
It’s that time of year again when children are back in school.
|Sep 19, 2011||
Normally, I would be writing on a crime prevention issue that would affect a large number of people,
|Sep 09, 2011||
Ten years later, 9/11 Memories Last Forever
According to a new Washington Post poll, almost half of Washington-area residents say the attacks
|Aug 29, 2011||
Crime is soaring in Airports
With last minute vacations before school starts and business trips, there’s been crime soaring at airports.
|Aug 22, 2011||
Danger Could Be Lurking in the Dark
A fitness buddy of mine had been missing from our Zumba classes for about a month.
|Aug 15, 2011||
Back to the Carefree College Life
Though it is hard to think about, summer is almost over. Students return to school soon. And in a matter of weeks,
|Aug 04, 2011||
The Dangers of Life Imitating Art
The recent death of an extraordinary singer and songwriter, Amy Winehouse, has left her young fans stunned but not surprised.
|Aug 01, 2011||
Chinatown is rolling in the classics
When music comes on at night it is usually a signal to teenagers that a party is beginning but on the streets of Chinatown
|Jul 19, 2011||
Avoid the Burglar Getaway on the summer Getaway
We’ve already taken out those sun glasses and bought those bottles of sun screen. The sun is beaming and so are we
|May 31, 2011||
Celebrate Safe Communities
Celebrate Safe Communities! Whether you are planning a summer safety fair, a Neighborhood Watch expansion, or a meet and greet with local police and fire officials to keep your community safe during the summer months
|May 23, 2011||
Stay Alert for Cyber Crime
Over the weekend, I received an email from my godmother, saying, “sorry for the short notice, but I’m stuck in Malaysia with no passport and lost all my money;
|May 09, 2011||
When Charities Aren’t so Charitable
The tornados of 2011, Japan, Hurricane Katrina, 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, and Haiti: these are examples of moments when our world is halted by devastation.