Tag: crime

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Pokemon Go Players Becoming Easy Prey For Thugs

Pokemon Go-related crimes soared to a record high with police recording 105 offenses in just five weeks, including robberies, sex offenses and thefts, reports the Daily Mail. Pokemon Go,  a game that allows players to track and catch various Pokemon characters on […]

Ride-Sharing, Fatal Crashes, And Crime

Ride-Sharing, Fatal Crashes, And Crime

Ride-Sharing, Fatal Crashes, And Crime Angela K. Dills Providence College Sean E. Mulholland Stonehill College – Department of Economics May 31, 2016 Abstract: The advent of smart-phone based, ride-sharing applications has revolutionized the vehicle for hire market. Advocates point to […]

Pakistan Plans Biometric Passports For 2017

Pakistan Plans Biometric Passports For 2017

The introduction of biometric passports in Pakistan will be made in an attempt to reduce forgery and combat human trafficking. Pakistan’s interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan chaired a high-level meeting at the ministry on Friday, during which he acknowledged that […]

Economists’ And Criminologists’ Views On Guns

Economists’ And Criminologists’ Views On Guns

Economists’ And Criminologists’ Views On Guns: Crime, Suicides, And Right-To-Carry Concealed Handgun Laws Gary A. Mauser Simon Fraser University (SFU) – Beedie School of Business John R. Lott Jr. Crime Prevention Research Center February 6, 2016 Abstract: Economists and Criminologists […]

Huge Drug Tunnel Found At U.S.-Mexico Border

Huge Drug Tunnel Found At U.S.-Mexico Border

Authorities in California have seized a massive amount of drugs and arrested nearly two dozen people after finding the tunnel. According to officials twelve tons of marijuana were seized during the operation, which shut down one of the longest cross-border […]

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The Coming Corporate “Crime Wave”

In a recent appearance before Congress, Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates declared that the US Department of Justice is going to ratchet up its prosecution of individuals employed in corporations as part of a larger push against “white collar […]