(Leicestershire) address and postcode (postal code). The Borough which has seen numerous placings as 'best place to live in the United Kingdom' currently holds 7th place by the Halifax quality of life survey, which examines factors such as weather, crime rates and life expectancy. The Borough also is home to numerous villages along the A60 (A60 road) corridor, heading to Loughborough (Leicestershire) some of these are, Bradmore (Bradmore, Nottinghamshire), Bunny, Nottinghamshire Bunny
: Gedling, Broxtowe, Rushcliffe, Ashfield, Erewash and Amber Valley. By 2007 the BBC reported that the number of shootings in the city had fallen from 51 (in 2003) to 13 (in 2006). However, in January 2008 it was reported that gun crime in the city had risen for a second
consecutive year, with a 50% increase in gun crime during 2007. The incidence rate of many crimes in Nottingham is several times higher than the English average.
; The first casualty was Muhammad 'Azzah, 15, who was shot and wounded in the chest at around 12:20 p.m. The first fatality that day was Nuwara, who was shot some 15 meters from where Azzah had been hit. He was shot through the chest at 13:45. ref
has been confirmed repeatedly by Israeli, Palestinian and international human rights monitors, as well as people who have witnessed demonstrations of this type.crime 'Israel: Killing of Children Apparent War Crime ,' Human Rights Watch June 9, 2014 'B'Tselem's initial findings on Nakba Day incident at Bitunya
-deaths title Footage sparks further debate on Nakba Day deaths work i24news accessdate 12 September 2014 Al-Haq (Al Haq), a Palestinian rights group, said that the Palestinian authorities have not been able to transfer the bullet to Jordan for ballistic analysis because the Israeli military has not given the approval required to take it across the Israeli-controlled border crossing.
. The median age was 33 years. For every 100 females there were 109.3 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 108.9 males. Crime According to the Uniform Crime Report statistics compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 2012, there were 200 violent crimes and 3,161 property crimes. Of these, the violent crimes consisted of two murders, 20 forcible rapes, 98 robberies, and 80 aggravated assaults, while 282 burglaries, 2,493 larceny-thefts, 386 motor
vehicle thefts and 6 arson defined the property offenses.
-data.com crime crime-Tukwila-Washington.html title Crime rate in Tukwila, Washington (WA): murders, rapes, robberies, assaults, burglaries, thefts, auto thefts, arson, law enforcement employees, police officers, crime map publisher City-Data year 2012 accessdate February 27, 2014 The crime figures stated above are based upon the permanent resident population, and therefore may be inflated somewhat as Tukwila's daytime population is much higher. This is due to Tukwila's status
Russian. Larson, Michael, Bingling Liao, Ariel Stulberg and Anna Kordunsky. "Changing Face of Brighton Beach Central Asians Join Russian Jews in Brooklyn Neighborhood." ''The Jewish Daily Forward''. September 17, 2012. Retrieved on October 15, 2012. Crime Brighton Beach is patrolled by the New York City Police Department's 60th Precinct.
Mafia ," though public perception has been that organized crime "has largely gone away."
ACfU3U2SwtARZM2IfmplwLt4r21J7iPWXA accessdate 2008-09-13 which served as a robbery gang for larger Russian crime syndicates in New York City. Marat Balagula was a crime boss from Brighton Beach who denies having any connection to the American Mafia or the Russian-speaking Mafia. The first major Russian criminal element in Brighton Beach was the international Russian mafia group, known as Vor v zakone or "Vory". The first Vory crime boss in Brighton Beach
commanders, Arthur Nebe among them, were assigned as ''Einsatzgruppen'' commanders. thumb left 150px Kripo researchers measure a Sinti (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 146-1989-110-32, Eva Justin --- und Dr. Adolf Würth bei Schädelmessung.jpg) boy's head in anthropological studies of criminals, Stuttgart in 1938 As part of the Nazi doctrines on crime and race, the ''Rassenhygienische und Bevolkerungsbiologische Forschungsstelle'' (
then serve a three-year apprenticeship before attaining full status as an investigator. Joint investigation teams are often formed with German Federal Police and customs (Zollfahndungsamt) investigators to combat drug smuggling or organised crime activities. Each state also has a state investigation bureau or ''Landeskriminalamt'', generally located in the state capital, to assist the ''Kripo'' in cases that require specialist forensic or investigative resources. German police
departments have separate ''Staatsschutz'' departments within the ''Kripo'' to investigate politically motivated crime. German intelligence agencies (List of intelligence agencies of Germany) have no executive police powers. Their operatives are not authorized to carry out arrests, searches of premises, interrogations or confiscations. If they establish that judicial or police measures are required, they hand the matter over to the courts, public prosecutors (Staatsanwaltschaft) or ''Kripo'' state
R_711LHR.pdf website Public Policy Institute of California publisher Public Policy Institute of California The fear many undocumented immigrants have of government authorities has been a great obstacle faced by local law enforcement in crime investigations, community relations, and gathering information needed for effective policing. As a result, Salinas police department policy is to not verify immigration status of individuals coming into contact with city police officers. ref
. The per capita income for the city was $14,495. About 12.8% of families and 16.7% of the population were below the poverty line, including 20.1% of those under age 18 and 9.4% of those age 65 or over. Median household income in the city tended to be significantly higher alongside the city limits, especially in the northern Harden Ranch and Creekbridge neighborhoods. East Salinas and the downtown area suffered from a very low median household income as well as high crime rates. South
&-_mapY &-_mapX &-_latitude &-_pan &-ds_name DEC_2000_SF3_U&-_longitude &-_changeMap Identify title US Census Bureau, Income Map accessdate 2006-11-02 Crime Salinas has long had a well-recognized, significant problem with organized street gangs and associated violent crime.
, Oregon According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)'s Uniform Crime Report in 2009, Portland ranked 53rd in violent crime out of the top 75 U.S. cities
with a population greater than 250,000. The murder rate in Portland over the last five years (2005–2009) has averaged 3.9 murders per 100,000 people per year, which is lower than the national average. For crimes other than murder, Portland is generally somewhat higher than the national
safest city in America. The '''St. Johns Bridge''' is a steel
over time. In July 2008, the area was designated as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. State Approves Uptown Tenderloin Historic District http: www.beyondchron.org news index.php?itemid 5912 Attractions and characteristics Nestled near the downtown area, the Tenderloin has historically resisted gentrification, maintaining a seedy character and reputation for crime. Guidebook
reference to Tenderloin as "worst neighborhood in San Francisco http: www.sfgate.com traveler guide sf neighborhoods tenderloin.shtml Squalid conditions, homelessness, crime, illegal drug trade, prostitution, liquor stores, and strip clubs give the neighborhood a seedy reputation. Part of the neighborhood forms part of the theater district. Prominent theatres include the Geary, the home of the American Conservatory Theater, and the Curran Theatre Curran
and promoting "Zine Weekends." Crime The Tenderloin is a high-crime neighborhood, particularly violent street crime such as robbery and aggravated assault. Seven of the top ten violent crime plots (out of 665 in the entire city as measured by the San Francisco Police Department) are adjacent plots in the Tenderloin and Sixth and Market area. The neighborhood was considered to be the origin of a notorious Filipino gang Bahala Na Gang or BNG, a gang imported from the Philippines
in judgment, while the complainant would also invite the elders and minor obis from his extended family side, if both of them were not from the same family. This obi would serve as the court of the first instance, depending, of course, on the nature of the offense or crime allegedly committed. The trial might end here, if both the complainant and the accused were satisfied with the judgment given, or they might take the case to the next senior obi of the same extended' family, in ascending order
or innocence could easily be established, as the decision was based purely on natural justice. Punishments for offences and criminal acts were given in relation to their gravity. A man who was found guilty of a serious crime might have no option than to be sold into slavery or expelled from the community for life. He would not be killed because the killing of human beings was against the injunction of Edo Goddess. The judicial system in Nnewi seems to have recognized three classes of cases, the minor
School e.t.c. , Crime Crime rates are low but civil disputes such as land ownership and family inheritance exist. In more recent times, the market square and banks have experienced well publicized and organized criminal attacks that have been allegedly linked to the local police. There are now open debates on reinstating a local vigilante crime fighting group called the Bakkassi Boys, Crackdown on Nigerian vigilantes http: news.bbc.co.uk 2 hi
newspaper DNAinfo Crime and policing In 1993, Chicago's 24th Police District, which includes Rogers Park and the adjacent Chicago neighborhood of West Ridge (West Ridge, Chicago), was selected as one of five police districts to pilot a new concept for Chicago law enforcement called Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy ("CAPS"). A merger of police and community efforts was implemented, which resulted in a noticeable effect on crime statistics. Weekly beat meetings
(planning and strategy sessions) were held across the 24th Police District. All of Chicago's police districts put the strategy into practice by 1996. http: www.highbeam.com doc 1P2-4337885.html Index crimes (Uniform Crime Reports) in the 24th police district fell by about half between 1996 and 2009.
accessdate 2013-03-06 According to an e-mail from 49th Ward Alderman Joe Moore (Joe Moore (politician)), between January 1, 2013 and February 26, 2013, the 24th Police District was the only police district in Chicago in which no one was shot. In that same eight week period, the 24th District reported fewer crimes than all but one of Chicago's 22 police districts.