Police Strategies Reduce Crime-New Study

Observations The focus of this study is proactive policing (self-initiated efforts to reduce crime) versus traditional tactics such as responding to calls and routine patrol. The data indicate that most proactive police efforts reduce crime in the short run. Author  Leonard Adam Sipes, Jr. Thirty-five years of speaking for national and state criminal justice agencies. […]

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Death Penalty:Latest Data on Capitol Punishment

Gentlereaders: Two of us have witnessed executions. Regardless as to your views on capitol punishment, (most Americans support the process–research contained on this site) the process of execution is unbelievably time consuming and expensive. The ritual of the process can only be considered bizarre. It involves literally hundreds of people and takes months of preparation for […]

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In U.S., Two-Thirds Continue to Support Death Penalty

October 13, 2009 Little change in recent years despite international opposition by Frank Newport PRINCETON, NJ — Gallup’s annual Crime Survey finds that 65% of Americans continue to support the use of the death penalty for persons convicted of murder, while 31% oppose it — continuing a trend that has shown little change over the […]

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