Category Archives: Public Service

Americans fear of crime, how afraid are we?

Are you afraid of crime? Do you think about becoming the victim of crime often? According to the Source book of Criminal Justice Statistics, many Americans fear becoming the victim of crime often. As I will show in this article, … Continue reading

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Why Child Protection Is So Important

A lot of children these days face potential threats from surroundings in different ways and many parents are not aware of them properly. Child protection from criminal activities such as abduction, drugs, physical abuse, online addiction, and mental tortures for … Continue reading

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“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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Should Kids Talk to Strangers?

Introduction Whether children should talk to strangers or not has been a subject of debate for a long time. Talking to strangers has its advantages and drawbacks and the parents need to take a balanced view of it. Children are … Continue reading

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Free Credit Freezes Are Here

Federal Trade Commission, Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection Gail Hillebrand, Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, Associate Director, Division of Consumer Education and Engagement Free credit freezes and year-long fraud alerts are here, starting September 21st, thanks to a new federal … Continue reading

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