Archive for November, 2012

15 Nov 2012

Chicago To Prioritize 911 Handling, Stop Police Responding to 70% of Calls – Is it the right choice?

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The City of Chicago is making big changes to its 911 dispatch system. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, police officers will now only be dispatched to serious crimes, thus reducing the number of police calls. The police superintendent says the change will not be made until the 911 system is upgraded and there is an […]

15 Nov 2012

Ramsey: “We Need to Stop Cherry-Picking Our Outrage” Over Crimes

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Selective outrage over crimes could be a hot topic today. There may be a tendency to react/respond to certain crimes because of a personal agenda. It could have a positive or negative impact, depending on how subjective the information is. The Philadelphia police commisioner may be leading the way on this matter, starting with the […]

15 Nov 2012

The Propensity for Violence – If the records show Trayvon Martin had a propensity for violence, should it be allowed as evidence?

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Attorneys for George Zimmerman have successfully argued for access to Trayvon Martin’s school records, as well as his social media accounts records. The attorneys for Zimmerman, who is charged with murdering Martin earlier this year in Florida, are looking for evidence of Martin’s “propensity for violence.” This could be important in the case to show […]

15 Nov 2012

FBI — Wanted By the FBI: Bundled-Up Bandit

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The FBI is looking for a bank robber it has named the “Bundled-Up Bandit.” This serial bank robber in the Salt Lake City area has robbed three banks within the past month. He uses the threat of a bomb to rob, and has been bundled up in “a hooded sweatshirt, a cap, and blue gloves,” […]

15 Nov 2012

Peer Pressure On Drug Use Quote

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Statistics shows that it’s peer pressure influencing the youth to take drugs and alcohol especially in social gatherings. Want to use this photo? Just copy the code below to your next blog post:

15 Nov 2012

5 Reasons Why You Need A QR Code ID Card System

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A QR (Quick Response) code is similar to an old-fashioned barcode and it has the capacity to store an unlimited amount of information within a symbol. QR codes seem to be everywhere you look these days from menus to magazines and the use of them is certainly growing at a rapid rate. Because of their […]

14 Nov 2012

Crime Pays Quote

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Familiar with the quote crime doesn’t pay? Well obviously it does. Crime pays, it’s the easiest ways for criminals to get rich! If you agree with this quote then embed this graphic on your blog:

13 Nov 2012

Bank Robber Caught Red Handed

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How do you like this for a daily dumb story? Carlos Fraire is a bank robber caught red handed after he tried to rob a bank recently not noticing that a police officer was all eyes on him! When arrested he even tried to bribe the officer to keep the money rather than arrest him. […]