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Answered: Crimes reported

Ask the local police department (Community Relations).They're usually required to tell you the crime history of a place - under the Freedom of Information Act (FOI). If you're wondering if you should move in there, also ask various tenants who've lived there awhile. And scope out the situation by ...

Answered: Corporate crimes

They are called Victimless! Like in AIG!! There3 is no body damage? Just your wallet , house, and doggy if you have one.

Answered: Definition of a Crime Scene

A crime scene is a location where a crime taken place and from which investigation personnel retrieve the physical evidence for review, sometimes by forensic scientists in some situations. Now, you can get a thrill from mystery crime scene novels, games, parties, and movies yourself. Be a part of ...

Answered: Need crime case advocates

Interesting question, I dont have the fogest notion on that one, But I woulkd be interested to know also for the east cost New Jersey easoeciaky,,

Answered: If there is a crime scene and the road you are on ...

Unless there is an officer directing traffic, you have to obey traffic lights. In the worst case you might hit a pedestrian crossing with the light while your turn signal was red.
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I have seen alot of crime in my time and no matter ...

Corruption is a sad fact of life, and those with money have been able to buy their way out of trouble.

Crime, Reading and the Police

Citys and towns usually have a plan to keep gangs from, from gathering, they usually begin with proactive patrols, they direct the units that are n0ormally assigned to a specific areas to patrol to leave there sectors, and keep the problem areas free of whatever areas neighbo, this way the area ...

CCTV & Crime

yes, CCTV helps the chandigarh police to caught the thieves where i live.

Checking a crime reference number

I would suggest contacting your local police station and quoting the number to see if they can help. They may not be bale to give you an answer over the phone or by e-mail, but if you go down to the station with photo ID, they should be able to help you.