Category Archives: Criminology

“Snitching” A Problem for Low Income Communities

Being a snitch is a term where a person turns hostile against their partners or gang members in return of favors like reduced sentences. Snitching has long been seen as a lowly act in the US. There is considerable stigma … Continue reading

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Why Do We Like Crime Shows?

It appears that all television provides today is truth TV and crime series, however what is the factor for this? Both are very popular and have an exceptionally large fan base, but what is the genuine appeal of these sorts … Continue reading

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Stalker Stalkers

There is an epidemic of crime going on around us. And it’s an epidemic that is invisible and happening in homes all around your community quietly so that nobody knows its happening. It’s a crime that will take the dedication … Continue reading

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Can Yoga Provide A Solution To Soaring Crime Rates?

Crime and Yoga are not often two words that are used together in the same sentence, and that is part of the reason that they are combined in this article. When you think of a stereotypical criminal, someone who does … Continue reading

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Basic facts when discussing crime

by Leonard Adam Sipes, Jr. The Public I typically wonder why people disagree about crime policy when the information appears so clear to me. It’s because we can’t settle on fundamental facts about anything. For example, there is no nationwide … Continue reading

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