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  • 6 Factors That May Lead to Criminal Behavior
    6 Factors That May Lead to Criminal Behavior

    Understanding Criminogenic Needs in Offenders’ Lives Criminogenic needs are factors that are directly related to recidivism, or the tendency of an individual to re-offend. Law enforcement agencies ...

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  • 5 Types of Police Misconduct to Know
    5 Types of Police Misconduct to Know

    Frequent Types of Unlawful Conduct Committed by Police Did you know that government officials, such as police officers, can be prosecuted for crimes committed on the job? This fact is of a growing ...

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  • 10 Ways to Prepare for Your Zoom Court Hearing
    10 Ways to Prepare for Your Zoom Court Hearing

    How to Prepare for Your Virtual Court Hearing Due to COVID-19, many criminal court trials have shifted to communication technology platforms such as Zoom. While this alternative is highly efficient, ...

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  • 15 Telltale Signs of Shoplifting on Black Friday
    15 Telltale Signs of Shoplifting on Black Friday

    How Retailers Prepare for Their Biggest Threat Shoplifting is among the most widely-committed crimes on Black Friday. Perceived as the start of the holiday shopping season, many shoppers wait until ...

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  • OWI Dangers on ‘Blackout Wednesday’
    OWI Dangers on ‘Blackout Wednesday’

    The Nightmare Before Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends to spend quality time together and express gratitude. However, many young people have their own way of ...

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  • 6 Common Holiday Crimes to Know this Season
    6 Common Holiday Crimes to Know this Season

    ‘Tis the Season for Criminal Threats The COVID-19 pandemic has driven people to prepare for the holidays a little bit earlier, making it a good time to discuss the not-so-cheerful side of the season: ...

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