Community policing seems to come in and out of favor over the years. Although it came to be popularized in the US in the 1980s, its core principles can be traced back to Sir Robert Peel’s Nine Principles of Policing, summarized most notably in his second principle:
Who knows when Covid-19 and its disruption of everyday life will end? Just as it looked like we were getting a handle on it, the Delta variant emerged, and at this time (August of 2021) it is still unclear when and how we can finally put it behind us.
Crime rates and crime types vary by season, but the summer months usually see the biggest increases in violent crime, theft, and burglary. The trends noted in this article are based on patterns observed by Geolitica’s own customers as well as DoJ analysis of crime trends from 1993 through 2010.
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Residential burglary is one of the most common felony crimes in the US, with about 1.1 million incidents reported per year. That works out to more than 2 burglaries per minute, every day of the year. It’s also an expensive crime: FBI data shows that the average loss in a residential burglary is a...Read more