Category Archives: Crime

How should school security officers handle disruptive Black students?

In a recent article, a Columbia South Carolina school security officer used physical force to remove a student from the classroom. Many school districts have unsuccessfully implemented a model of education which involves the usage of physical force. School security … Continue reading

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How can race relations improve in the United States?

In a recent article, Ben Carson, who considering a bid as a Grand Old Party presidential candidate, offered several strategies for improving race relations in the United States. The recommended strategies came on the heals of town hall meeting held … Continue reading

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Did Staten Island Police Application of Broken Window Theory Lead to the Eric Garner Death?

Recently, Stanton Island police officer Daniel Pantaleo was not indicted by a grand jury for the Eric Garner death which could be a product of Malcolm Gladwell’s Broken Window Theory. Since then there have been demonstrations across the U.S. and a … Continue reading

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Did Police Evaluations Play a Part in the Eric Garner Death?

A recent grand jury verdict regarding the Eric Garner death has caused a chasm between police and the local communities. Demonstrators across the nation have expressed their displeasure and discontent with the police behavior that has lead to death of … Continue reading

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Will Police Body Cameras Improve Relationships with Black Communities?

In a recent article, President Obama has proposed $263 million in funding for police body cameras and training with the intent on improving relations between police departments and the Black community. Since the Ferguson grand jury verdict not to indict … Continue reading

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How should Ferguson Teachers Prepare After the Michael Brown Shooting Grand Jury Verdict?

Many Ferguson students are not in school because of the Michael Brown shooting grand jury verdict. The grand jury choose not to bring criminal charges against Darren Wilson which has resulted in looting, burning of businesses, and a number of … Continue reading

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PROPOSAL FOR ATLANTIC CITY

September 19, 2014 1301 Bacharach Blvd Atlantic City, NJ 08401 Dear Mayor Guardian, Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to discuss reducing crime in your community. The knowledge that you posses is keen and insightful. It … Continue reading

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