Tag Archives: Crime Control and Policy Creation

Active Shooter at Washington State High School

Active Shooter at Washington State High School SEATTLE – A student fired off two shots inside a Washington state high school on Monday and was tackled by a teacher before anyone was hurt, averting a potentially deadly tragedy, police and students … Continue reading

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Growth in Federal Enforcement of Crime and Policy

Growth in Federal Enforcement of Crime and Policy   Growth in federal enforcement of crime and policy was a slow care and actually may have began hindering fair and adequate practices in municipalities. Part two of the policy series provides … Continue reading

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Crime Control and Policy Creation

Crime Control and Policy Creation Crime Control vs Due Process and addressing what these ideologies “stand for or represent.” Crime control and policy creation demonstrates how simple good ideas are not enough to replace a solid policy.  Recently these concepts … Continue reading

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