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Oro Valley, Arizona

for the lowest levels of both violent crime and property crime, among cities with populations of 5,000+. It was also ranked #1 every year from 2001 through 2005 in either category or both. http: lists az on-population-2006-violent-crime-rate.htm http: lists az on-population-2006-property-crime-rate.htm The town hosted the 2006 Pac-10 Women's Golf Championships

. Sharp. As of 2014, the OVPD employed 100 sworn police officers, or 2.43 officers per 1,000 citizens. In 2006, Oro Valley ranked #1 in the State of Arizona for the lowest levels of both violent crime and property crime, among cities with populations of 5,000+. It was also ranked #1 every year from 2001 through 2006 in either category or both. The OVPD has received national recognition for being one of only a few

Salinas, California

&-_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.

to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics, the city's overall violent crime and homicide rates are significantly above those for California and the nation overall, although the overall violent crime has declined since 2000.

Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General accessdate 25 November 2014 Gang activity and violent crime are focused in the poorer parts of central and central East Salinas and exacerbated by the city's comparatively low tax base and consequently limited policing resources. ref name "

Thompson, Manitoba

repeatedly ranked as one of Canada's most violent cities http: article 20130725 THOMPSON0101 130729987 -1 thompson thompson-remains-canadas-most-violent-crime-city-for-third and is referred to as the Crime Capital of Canada by many media outlets including the ''Winnipeg Free Press''. http: local violence-in-a-northern-town-217206881.html Economy Mining thumb left Looking north (File:Vale Nickel Mine.JPG) Its most prominent local industry is the mining, milling (Mill (grinding)), smelting and refining of nickel, with additional nickel concentrates coming from Voisey's Bay (Voisey's Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador), Labrador. Aside from Vale Ltd; Manitoba Hydro, Calm Air, MTS and the provincial government employ the majority of the people in Thompson. Many federal and provincial government agencies have offices in Thompson. Thompson has a large retail sector, providing such things as clothing for all ages, a pet store, jewelry stores, travel agencies, vehicle dealerships, and grocery stores. Calm Air Airlines and Perimeter Aviation provide direct service between Winnipeg and Thompson. There has been intermittent jet service to Thompson, with the runway at the Thompson Airport able to accommodate a Boeing 737. Transportation thumb right A Noorduyn Norseman (File:A308, Floatplane on display stand at sunset, Thompson, Manitoba, Canada, 2013.JPG) attached to a display stand. Bush planes provide short-haul (Flight length) transport to the many lakes in the region. Thompson Transit is the public transit service operated for the city by Greyhound Canada. ). There is no year round road service to the mostly Cree people. A winter road is in place only a few months a year. Air service at Brochet Airport is the main link outside the community. It takes roughly one hour to reach Brochet from Thompson, Manitoba by air, and approximately 4 to 6 hours via winter road from Lynn Lake, Manitoba depending on road conditions. Easterville is located at the northern terminus of Manitoba Provincial Road 327. It is approximately 20 km north of Provincial Highway 60 (Manitoba Highway 60), the major roadway in the area which connects Highway 6 (Manitoba Highway 6) (to Thompson (Thompson, Manitoba)) and Highway 10 (Manitoba Highway 10) (to Flin Flon). The community is also serviced by Easterville Airport, located just to the east of the town. The facility is located at the nearby airport in Thompson, Manitoba, Canada. The Extreme Cold Weather Test Facility offers vehicle testing in extremely cold weather conditions, and with ice and snow, during the winter months from around November 1 to April 30. Thompson (Thompson (Manitoba riding)): Blain Johnston '''Blain Johnston''' was born in Winnipeg. He became the first medical doctor to work in the northern Manitoba community of Thompson (Thompson, Manitoba) in 1957, serving as head of the Thompson Clinic and representing northern Manitoba on the Manitoba Medical Association. Blain's son Tim Johnston has written about his father's practice for the Heritage North Museum. See Tim Johnston, Community Memories, Heritage North Museum, accessed 19 October 2009. Johnston initially opted out of Manitoba's medicare (medicare (Canada)) program in 1969 and encouraged other doctors in Thompson to do the same. ''Winnipeg Free Press'', 14 January 1969, p. 28. Johnston's son, Tim Johnston (Tim Johnston (politician)), was elected mayor of Thompson (Thompson, Manitoba) in 2006 (Manitoba municipal elections, 2006).


, pretentious, no Internet. Stay Safe Like most of Southeast Asia, ''unprovoked'' violent crime is not rife. However, being foreign and out at night could be construed as sufficient provocation. During the day, one can wander through the town and its slums without fear of a beating. Being robbed more subtly via scams and pickpockets is a different matter. Any visitor should explore Poipet with the expectation of spending more than reasonable and also of losing the contents of his pockets. Wear

Franklin, Pennsylvania

"wikitable" border "1" style "width:75%; margin:0 auto;" + '''Crime for 2009 '''(Source: FBI) - ! Population ! Violent crime ! Murder and non-negligent man-slaughter ! Forcible rape ! Robbery ! Aggravated assault ! Property crime ! Burglary ! Larceny-theft ! Motor vehicle theft ! Arson - style "text-align:center;" 6,608 25 0 5 5 15 176 27 144 5 0 Education * The Franklin Area School District currently has one high school, one middle school, and six elementary schools located throughout the area with an estimated 2278 students.The Valley Grove School District currently has one high school and one elementary school located in the Franklin area with an estimated 1026 students. It formerly consisted of one high school, one middle school and two elementary schools, but a consolidation and rebuilding project converted the middle school into a single elementary school that reopened in 2007. '''Fort Venango''' was a small British (Kingdom of Great Britain) fort built in 1760 near the site of present Franklin, Pennsylvania. The fort replaced Fort Machault, a French (France) fort burned by the French in 1759 after they left the area near the end of the French and Indian War. On June 16, 1763, during Pontiac's Rebellion, the fort was captured by Seneca (Seneca tribe) Mingo warriors. The 12 to 15 soldiers of the fort were killed outright, except for the commander, Lieutenant Francis Gordon, who was forced to write a letter detailing the Indians' grievances against the British. He was then slowly tortured and roasted to death at the stake, and the fort was burnt to the ground. When the Sherman Antitrust Act broke up Standard Oil Trust in 1911, John Van Dyke became president of the Atlantic Refining Company. Without the huge integrated operation of the former parent company, Atlantic Refining faced many challenges. The company owned three refinieries in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), and Franklin, Pennsylvania. Its domestic markets were confined to the states of Delaware and Pennsylvania. The company did not own or lease any oil wells, pipe lines (Pipeline transport), or oil tankers, and though sixty per cent of its business was foreign, it had no foreign sales force; it was several million dollars in debt to its former associates. '''Fort Machault''' was a fort built by the French (French colonization of the Americas) in 1754 near the confluence of French Creek (French Creek (Allegheny River)) with the Allegheny River, at present-day Franklin (Franklin, Pennsylvania), in northwest Pennsylvania. The fort was part of a line that included Fort Presque Isle, Fort Le Boeuf, and Fort Duquesne.

St. Johns, Portland, Oregon

It is also the farthest north of any bridge on the Willamette. The campus is located in the University Park (University Park, Portland, Oregon) neighborhood near St. Johns (St. Johns, Portland, Oregon), on a bluff overlooking the Willamette River. With a college of arts and sciences; a graduate school; and schools of business, education, engineering, and nursing, it is the only comprehensive Catholic University in Oregon. Oregon Encyclopedia Oregon Encyclopedia article on University of Portland It is the largest corporation in North Portland and has an annual economic impact on Portland of some $170 million. More than 13,000 alumni live in the Portland metropolitan area. Three shipyards were located across the Columbia River from each other at Ryan Point in Vancouver, Washington and in the St. Johns (St. Johns, Portland, Oregon) area of Portland, Oregon (Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation), and at Swan Island (Swan Island (Oregon)) in Portland.

Tenderloin, San Francisco

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

Parma, Ohio

Parma ranks as the third safest city in the United States with a population of 25,000 or more. '''Dan Fritsche''' (born July 13, 1985 in Parma (Parma, Ohio), Ohio) is an American (United States) professional ice hockey player currently playing for Genève-Servette HC of the Swiss National League A. DATE OF BIRTH July 13, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Parma (Parma, Ohio), OH (Ohio), USA (United States) DATE OF DEATH

Highland Park, Los Angeles

with community awareness efforts such as the annual Peace in the Northeast March, have led to a drastic decrease in violent crime in the 2010s. thumb 300px left LACMTA Gold line train pulling into Highland Park Station (File:Highland Park Gold Line.jpg)Starting in the early 2000s, a diverse mix of people began arriving to Highland Park to seek out, buy, and revitalize Craftsman (American Craftsman) homes, some which had suffered neglect over the decades. Many of Highland Park's oldest homes were razed during the 1950s and 1960s. One architecturally significant home made its way to Heritage Square Museum, thanks to the efforts of local activists dedicated to saving Victorian homes scheduled for demolition. Like Echo Park (Echo Park, Los Angeles, California) and Eagle Rock (Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, California), Highland Park has steadily seen some gentrification. . However, people from many other ethnicities and nationalities began noticing the trend-setting fashion designs and the store became increasingly popular. By the end of the first year sales were reported to have risen from $35,000 to $700,000. Fashion 21 eventually expanded at the rate of a new store every six months and changed the Fashion 21 brand name to its current name, Forever 21. In the mid-1930s, the 14th District included Eagle Rock, Highland Park (Highland Park, Los Angeles) and Atwater (Atwater Village), with the western boundary at Griffith Park "Do You Know Who Your City Councilman Is?" ''Los Angeles Times,'' March 24, 1935, page 22 Includes a map. District 14 has included Eagle Rock and Highland Park (Highland Park, Los Angeles) since its limits were first drawn in 1925. As the city's population increased, it expanded outward — the most recent addition under Holland being the Rose Hills (Rose Hills, California) section of Los Angeles.

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