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"crimes against property" Discussed on WTOP

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06:02 min | 5 months ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on WTOP

"It asked for noting in his closing arguments that one sexual assault charge didn't stop Thiago from trying again. One incident he was accused of happened after he had already been charged. John Doman w T. O P. News It has taken a while for 2019 crime stats to be released because of the pandemic, But they're out now, and they show an increase in some crimes in Montgomery County crimes against property. We're up a total of 2.3% the greatest Increases were among fraud and larceny, including purse snatching, shoplifting and motor vehicle theft. With the area's seeing the most incidents being Wheaton, Rockville in Gaithersburg. There was also an increase in nonfatal shootings in 2019 with 99 incidents compared to 93 in 2018 and 79. In 2017. The number of overdoses increased 7.3% in 2019 while nonfatal overdoses declined 5% from 2018. Fatal overdoses increased 41% when it comes to the roads, the Montgomery County Collision Reconstruction unit responded to 32 fatal collisions, resulting in 33 total deaths in 2019. This's a 14.3% increase from 2018. Valerie Bonked w T O P. News a CDC study is painting a bleak picture of the nation's mental health due to the health crisis of the last five months. Politico reports the day to find 1/4 of young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 have considered suicide during the pandemic. That's one in for the day. I also flags, a surge of anxiety and substance abuse, with more than 40% of those surveyed, saying they experienced a mental or behavioral health condition connected to the cove in 19 emergency. The toll is falling heaviest on young adults, caregivers, essential workers and minorities. Roughly 31% of respondents said they had symptoms of anxiety or depression. No worries for grand parents. Schools reopened amid covered 19 millions of seniors who are especially vulnerable to the virus live with a school aged child. That means families have to rethink everything from dinner to bedtime Hugs. Studies suggest that Children are less likely to become infected with the Corona virus, but the data isn't clear on how easily they can spread the deadly illness. Experts say grand parents of color are at a higher risk than white seniors. As of 2018 the US had 51 million seniors and 6% live with at least one child between the ages of five and 18. Alison Keys, CBS News Maryland lawmakers in school superintendents are working Tio come up with a uniform standard for when and how to re open for in person, learning school superintendents from rural urban and suburban school districts in Maryland or grappling with ways to open for in person learning, Baltimore school system, CEO Dr Sonya Santa Lisa said. A recent walkthrough showed some things that are not in CDC guidelines. School secretaries need to have desk shell like that. They need to have some partition in the same way that when you go to a bank, now a doctor's office now the receptionist is behind plexiglass. School officials met with the Maryland state Senate leaders in a zoom call to talk about efforts. To coordinate ways to phase and in person learning across the state. Kate Brian w T o P. News as the start of the fall semester nears at the University of Maryland College Park, the school has decided to pause plans for in person learning. In a letter to the Maryland community, School president Darryl Pine says When classes start on August 30 1st they'll be online. Says Corona virus cases and Prince George's county or higher than the school wanted to see. So for the 1st 2 weeks, classes will be virtual graduate level courses, though, will proceed as planned. The school will decide if in person or a hybrid model can begin on September the 14th for students moving to campus. They conduce so, but they must get Cove in 19 tests and stay in their dorms. Mike Murillo w T O P. News it's 11 45. Sports at 15 and 45. Brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than Honda, not a Christiane. The Washington Nationals falling to the Baltimore Orioles tonight 7 to 3 of the final score O's getting on aboard immediately in the first inning, thanks to an R B I to run double hit by former Nat Pedro's submarine. Oh, Baltimore, adding two runs in the second. Nat's didn't get on the board till the fourth. That's when Juan Soto smashed his sixth homer in 10 games driving in Adam Eaton. But 0/3 baseman Rio Ruiz, countering the fifth with a solo homer, trade Turner with a solo dung in the sixth. But that was it for the Nance offense the rest of the night. Patrick Corbin, who took the loss, spoke post game and he talked about the orioleslineup and why he wasn't able to shut them down. I mean, they had good at bats, and I also was falling behind I was I wasn't getting ahead of batteries like a normally do. So when you're not doing that, you just put yourself in tough situations on, um, kind of really didn't figure it out all all night really show just kind of one of those games. These two teams meeting again Sunday at 105 Max Scherzer. We'll start for the gnats at 12 05 Sunday. We'll have puck drop between the Capitals and Islanders in Game three. I'm Christiane. W T o P. Sports. Thank you, Chris Coming up after traffic and weather, a California gun control law is tossed out. It's 11 46. We're all spending more time in our homes that we have in a very long time. That's why the condition of your house is so important. Hi, it's quiz score, perhaps the most important part of your house to be in great Shape is your roof Because if you have roof damage that could lead to some very expensive repairs. Some leaks, But who do you call it? You can trust? 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"crimes against property" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:57 min | 5 months ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on WTOP

"Taken a while for the numbers to be released because of the pandemic, But they are out and show an increase in some crimes in Montgomery County crimes against property. We're up a total of 2.3%. The greatest increases were among fraud and larceny, including purse, snatching, shoplifting and motor vehicle theft, with the area's seeing the most incidents being Wheaton, Rockville in Gaithersburg. There was also an increase in nonfatal shootings in 2019 with 99 incidents compared to 93 in 2018 and 79 in 2017. The number Overdoses increased 7.3% in 2019 while nonfatal overdoses declined 5% from 2018. Fatal overdoses increased 41% when it comes to the roads. The Montgomery County collision Reconstruction unit responded to 32 fatal collisions, resulting in 33 total deaths in 2019. This's a 14.3% increase from 2018 Valerie Bonked w T o P News. The court martial of a navy midshipman has ended with several convictions and a long prison sentence guilty of sexual Assault, attempted sexual assault and more charges that covered four different incidents involving three different women at the Naval Academy, 25 year old Nixon Chiao will spend the next 25 years behind bars. After his court martial wrapped up this week, the Capitalgazette says that's actually less than the 40 years the military trial counsel. It. Asked for noting in his closing arguments that one sexual assault charge didn't stop Thiago from trying again. One incident he was accused of happened after he had already been charged. John Doe Woman. W T O P NEWS CDC study paints a bleak picture of the nation's mental health due to the health crisis of the last five months. Politico reports the data finds. The 1/4 of young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 have considered suicide during the pandemic. The data also flags a surge of anxiety and substance abuse, with more than 40% of those surveyed, saying the experienced a mental or behavioral health condition connected to the Copa 19 emergency. The toll is falling head Ius on young adults. Caregivers Essential workers Man minorities Can Maryland schools come up with a uniform standard for when and how to reopen foreign person Learning State lawmakers and superintendents are working on ways to coordinate school superintendents from rural urban and suburban school districts in Maryland are grappling with ways to open for in person learning, Baltimore school system, CEO Dr Sonya Santa Lisa said. A recent walkthrough showed some things that are not in CDC guidelines. School secretaries need to have desk shell like that. They need to have some partition in the same way that when you go to a bank, now a doctor's office now the receptionist is behind plexiglass. School officials met with Maryland State Senate leaders in a zoom call to talk about efforts. To coordinate ways to phase in in person learning across the state. Kate Ryan w T. O P News has the Corona virus pandemic continues, all pairs have become even.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on WTOP

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03:26 min | 5 months ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on WTOP

"You about the longtime aide from Mayor Muriel Bowser stepping down abruptly on Friday. Now it appears his departure. Coincides with a request for an ethics investigation into Rashad Young. The Washington Post reports in a letter to the D C Board of ethics and government accountability that the mayor requested in it a review of young after he came to her seeking ethics guidance after discussing a job with Howard University. The job talk reportedly came months after Young helped negotiate close to $300 million deal. Which includes tax breaks and funding for a new hospital for the university. Bowser issued a statement on Friday praising Young's work. Both Young and Howard University didn't respond to the post for comment. Maryland lawmakers are demanding answers after governor Larry Hogan's top aide received a large payout from his previous employer, more McGrath, governor Larry Hogan's new chief of staff, received a severance package of $233,647 from the Maryland Environmental Services Board of directors. McGrath served as the agency's executive director before voluntarily stepping down to work for the governor. And now Maryland lawmakers are calling for a hearing into the matter, A spokesman for Hogan tells the Washington Post. McGrath now makes just $1 more in his new position, but says the decision to provide a severance package was made by his former employer who is an independent agency. Melissa how w. T O P News Montgomery County Police have released their annual report from 2019 after a delay, a said was due to the Corona virus, pandemic and department retirements, crimes against property. We're up a total of 2.3%. The greatest increases were among fraud and larceny, including purse, snatching, shoplifting and motor vehicle theft. With the area's seeing the most Dent's being Wheaton, Rockville in Gaithersburg. There was also an increase in nonfatal shootings in 2019 with 99 incidents compared to 93 in 2018 and 79 2017. The number of overdoses increased 7.3% in 2019 while nonfatal overdoses declined 5% from 2018. Fatal overdoses increased 41% when it comes to the roads. The Montgomery County collision Reconstruction unit responded to 32 fatal collisions, resulting in 33 total deaths in 2019. Is a 14.3% increase from 2018. Valerie Bonked w T o p News Leasing and criminal justice reform will be big issues in the upcoming session is some lawmakers present wide ranging proposals. The idea is that the Virginia Senate Democratic Caucus talked about earlier this month are now on paper Caucus vice chair. Scott Survival, says the SYRIZA bills are focused on the entire system, not just police. They have a critical opportunity and an historic opportunity to correct a lot of the historical wrongs that have been going on in this state for hundreds of years has been presented to us a hand to us right now, the legislation would ban no knock warrants. Outlaw chokeholds require attempts to deescalate a situation prior to using police force and prohibits law enforcement from shooting at moving vehicles. The package unveiling comes right before next week's special session of the General Assembly. Ken Duffy. W T o P News w T. A P has reached down to Virginia Senate Republican caucus leadership for reaction and has yet to hear back Least reform is a big issue for Virginia's governor to, he says in the upcoming special session, he wants to see measures that allow for the decertification of police officers who are terminated for not following policies or those who resigned during an ongoing investigation. He also wants officers to be required to intervene if they see colleagues engaging an unlawful use of force..

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"crimes against property" Discussed on WTOP

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05:07 min | 5 months ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on WTOP

"Temperatures on ly in the upper seventies, too right around 80 degrees for daytime highs. Today, though, it's humid. But again, it's much cooler than it has been over is for thirty's plus days. We've got the cloud cover to get waves of raid will continue to pulls through the area. It's not gonna be ready all day. We're going to have lots of dry times as well. But the's head Irma Showers will continue through much of the day. Could have some more moderate rate late tonight into the overnight is temperatures followed to the sixties and then back into the mid seventies Jabbar rate of the Morty tapering off tomorrow afternoon there tomorrow evening. By tomorrow night about will be dry, but they Mid eighties will have some cloud cover with some sunshine so partly study on Monday with an isolated storm possible or sunshine and dry on Tuesday started four meteorologist Lord Ricketts, 79 degrees in Lorton. It's 76 land over and 75 in Bethesda at 1 11 Montgomery County Police have released their annual reports from 2019 after a delay, they said was due to the Corona virus, pandemic and department retirements crimes against property. We're up a total of 2.3%. The greatest increases were among fraud and larceny, including purse, snatching, shoplifting and motor vehicle theft, with the area's seeing the most incidents being Wheaton, Rockville and Gaithersburg. There was also an increase in nonfatal shootings in 2019 with 99 incidents compared to 93 in 2018 and 79 2000. 17. The number of overdoses increased 7.3% in 2019 while nonfatal overdoses declined 5% from 2018. Fatal overdoses increased 41% when it comes to the roads. The Montgomery County collision Reconstruction unit responded to 32 fatal collisions, resulting in 33 total deaths in 2019. This's a 14.3% increase from 2018. Valerie Bonked w T O P News Virginia governor North UM is looking to block evictions until next spring boost spending on high speed Internet access for students learning virtually and set aside $1 million for the safe removal of a towering statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Richmond. The Northam administration is out with details of the governor's priorities for next week's special session, where lawmakers will take up the state's budget while addressing criminal justice issues and Corona virus related matters. Northam called legislators bag for a special session that begins Tuesday, in part to adjust the budget to the states greatly diminished financial forecast. We are hearing from the Democratic majority in the Virginia State Senate about what their plans are during a virtual press conference, Virginia's Senate Democratic caucus rolled out. Their idea is just days before the General Assembly special session next week. Our packages is more focused on the entire system and not just police caucus vice chair Senator Scott So, Ravel says. It's a critical opportunity to correct a lot of historical wrongs. Some of the ideas include banning no knock warrants addressing racial profiling and a state wide band. Chokeholds. Another would allow for the creation of local citizen review boards to discipline officers and grant the state attorney general. More power to investigate police misconduct. Ken Duffy W GOP News We've reached out to the Virginia Senate Republican Caucus for reaction but have yet to hear back We've told you about the peaceful serenity of the Spring Valley neighborhood in northwest D. C. And the potential danger and uncertainty of chemical agents buried beneath it. Earlier this week, a major milestone in the cleanup of what was once a world war. One chemical weapons disposal sites. The demolition of the home of 48 25 Glenbrook Road began in 2012 during World War I. It was the site of the American University Experiment station, the Army Corps of Engineers knew there were likely remnants of mustard gas. An arsenic containing blister agent under it. For almost eight years, they've been painstakingly skimming layers of contaminated soil away. Excavation of all contaminated material is complete. Project manager Julie Kaiser Right now the Army Corps is bad felling, grading, compacting soil and seeding before they turn the property back over to American University. Dear Lord in staying W T O P knows fundraising is underway aimed at saving a Prince William County Animal Sanctuary, The nonprofit Hope and Serenity Farm Sanctuary has almost 150 rescued animals that visitors can learn about and interact with. We work with people with disabilities, people with depression anxiety. And PTSD, but the organization rents it space on 11 acres in Knoxville now found a Rene Small is hoping to buy the property. She and her husband have launched a go fund be campaign to raise $100,000 that would cover the down payment. I am very optimistic person and I believe that we will We will do it. Go to w t o p dot com and search farm to Read Mohr and DONATE Michelle Bash W T O P. NEWS. It's 1 15 sports at 15 and 45 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Pink red notice contacts in the.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dennis Prager show I said that very carefully in case you might afford with somebody else Dennis Prager we talk about everything in life and I want to raise an issue with you that I have never ever ever raised but in talking to a one of the best known homicide detectives in the United States I don't I'm I would be happy to say his name but I don't know if it's necessary here just trust me I know you do speaking to one of the best known homicide detectives me as if the guy is sort of a genius in solving crimes that nobody has in the self crimes that murders that took place decades ago twenty thirty years ago he has solved them we were talking and I raised the issue the van I want to raise with you I want your feedback and it's a big deal because it can do a lot of good the question is what price do you pay everything everything has a price everything there's no there's nothing free nothing what is the benefit worth what if I said to you that I have a non violent simple way to reduce violent crime by at least half it does not involve one more policemen it does not involve one more shin in jail you would probably say who will who this man is probably smoking something other than a cigar I thought I would understand that but I do I believe I have something a simple suggestion but I am not smoking anything other than a cigar or pipe no this is the real thing there is a way and I don't think there's any controversy over its efficacy there is controversy over what price you paid to do this but it would in fact reduce crime I'm not just crime against people crime against property probably by half and it would capture we would be able to capture criminals in in far more cases than we do now giving people some sort of solace or comfort when a loved one is hurt we're good or god for bid murdered and by doing that well obviously by catching all of these people we prevent them from committing another crime so the question is really Dennis there is such an idea and indeed I think there is every American child that is born its DNA is registered I know this sounds Orwellian I know which sounds frightening I have thought about it for about half a year before I decided to offer this suggestion on the radio you are I am not committed fully to it I want to raise it with you a lot of issues that I have raised in my career have been raised with you and your input has been invaluable to me I have learned a tremendous amount this homicide detective was on board he believes it would be a great idea and I've tried to think what is the downside what is the downside of simply having the DNA of every American registered somewhere what what would eat how is it in in real life when invasion of my privacy and I am I really couldn't come up with anything unless there's a totalitarian state that it is created in the United States and its seeking there I guess it's looking for the dissidents and it can match the DNA were of where they are I mean some nightmare scenario of of a **** or communist takeover of the country but if we are not your communist takeover of the country that that wouldn't be the biggest problem in our society but in the meantime if everybody knew if every criminal new that any trace of your DNA at the crime scene could be traced to you then wouldn't stop a tremendous amount and wouldn't we catch people who then couldn't go on to murder again and again and again so one eight seven seven six eight seven seven two four three triple seven six that's the that's the question on the table given how much crime violent crime we could we could stop it would have nothing to do I I imagine with white collar crime it's totally separate issue but with regard to violent crime if one hair from a criminal were left if it if anything there if obviously if any blood very often in a in a in a struggle I mean even you realize how many rapes and murders rapes murders this would be that would prevent and would solve if we could register the V. the DNA of I'm of Americans when they are born what do you think of this idea and again it's not sudden yeah I waited until I thought this through for a while and I waited until I could discuss it with someone whose life has been devoted to capturing the most difficult the solving the most difficult no murders in the United States I did not know what he would say god the man happens to be of of conservative Ben too politically maybe that's a good reason for me not to say who it is as well because you know I I don't I don't I don't I just did the did the doesn't gain anything but still he is very very wary of big government very wary of the items that conservatives tend to worry about and for that matter libertarians but I don't I don't know what the the the big downside is I've been trying to figure that out he he didn't either as I said if there's a totalitarian state and it's looking for where Dennis Prager is and I'm hiding somewhere it still doesn't help because what are they going to do scour the DNA of every of every hotel room in in America or every day it it still doesn't help it's the crime scene the DNA and you are your trying to figure it out it now right now if you have been I believe the cues of across I believe they can take your DNA is that correct if if you were accused of a violent crime certainly if you're indicted view your give give your DNA and then if you are into the database Hey you will be called if you commit another violent crime work obviously and I presume that people know it and contrary to what is often said about people being not this error irrational I think that the vast majority of violent criminals are very rational otherwise they'd all be caught they they are figured out how not to be caught that's pretty rationalism it so back to the question what would what would be the what's the downside and let's go to Joe in Glendale Arizona Hijo Dennis Prager regarding the yeah I do still I have a problem with well you know it's a good idea to get your number done and go over well you know whatever you want to say but there's so many people within the against that I got a very good a little Jewish friend of mine from New York Hey some of them I am because it's a gated community in California when you when when we when we hold on hold on I didn't I missed the work you are big gay Jewish liberal friend who hates what right in California there is not there all year okay it's not the clearest okay you're gated community hates it I understand because he thinks that you are part of the a league yeah and therefore what does that have to do with this.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"A. member FDIC right now it's Dennis Prager Sean Hannity is next at three on FM one a one point five M. A. M. fourteen hundred the patriot you are listening to the best of the Dennis Prager show Dennis Prager show I said that very carefully in case you might have for with somebody else Dennis Prager we talk about everything in life and I want to raise an issue with you that I have never ever ever raised but in talking to a one of the best known homicide detectives in the United States I don't I'm I would be happy to say his name but I don't know if it's necessary here just trust me and I know you do speaking to one of the best known homicide detectives me as if the guy is sort of a genius in solving crimes that nobody has in the self crimes that murders that took place decades ago twenty thirty years ago he has solved them we were talking and I raised the issue that I want to raise with you I want your feedback and it's a big deal because it can do a lot of good the question is what price do you pay everything everything has a price everything there's no there's nothing free nothing what is the benefit worth what if I said to you that I have a non violent simple way to reduce violent crime by at least half it does not involve one more policemen it does not involve one more person in jail you would probably say who who this man is probably smoking something other than a cigar I thought I would understand that but I do I believe I have something a simple suggestion but I am not smoking anything other than a cigar or pipe no this is the real thing there is a way and I don't think there's any controversy over its efficacy there was controversy over what price you paid to do this but it would in fact reduce crime I'm not just crime against people crime against property probably by half and it would capture we would be able to capture criminals in in far more cases than we do now giving people some sort of solace or comfort when a loved one is hurt we're good or god for bid murdered and by doing that obviously by catching all of these people we prevent them from committing another crime so the question is really Dennis there is such an idea and indeed I think there is every American child that is born its DNA is registered I know this sounds Orwellian I know which sounds frightening I have thought about it for about half the year before I decided to offer this suggestion on the radio you are I am not committed fully to it I want to raise it with you a lot of issues that I have raised in my career have been raised with you and your input has been invaluable to me I have learned a tremendous amount this homicide detective was on board he believes it would be a great idea and I've tried to think what is the downside what is the downside of simply having the DNA of every American registered somewhere what what would it how is it in in real life an invasion of my privacy and I am I really couldn't come up with anything unless there's a totalitarian state that is created in the United States and if seeking I guess it's looking for the dissidents and it can match the DNA were of where they are I mean some nightmare scenario of of a **** your communist takeover of the country but if we are not your communist takeover of the country that that wouldn't be the biggest problem in our society but in the meantime if everybody knew if every criminal new that any trace of your DNA at the crime scene could be traced to you then wouldn't stop a tremendous amount and wouldn't we catch people who then couldn't go on to murder again and again and again so one eight seven seven six eight seven seven two four three triple seven six that's the that's the question on the table given how much crime violent crime we could we could stop it would have nothing to do I I imagine with white collar crime it's totally separate issue but with regard to violent crime if one hair from a criminal were left in it if anything there if obviously if any blog very often in a in a in a struggle I mean you've got you realize how many rapes and murders rapes murders this would be that would prevent and would solve if we could register the V. the DNA of I'm of Americans when they are born what do you think of this idea and again it's not sudden yeah I waited until I thought this through for a while and I waited until I could discuss it with someone whose life has been devoted to capturing the most difficult the solving the most difficult murders in the United States I did not know what he would say god the man happens to be of of conservative Ben to politically maybe that's a good reason for me not to say who would is as well because you know I I'm not on auto I just did it if that doesn't gain anything but so he is very very wary of big government very wary of the items that conservatives tend to worry about and for that matter libertarians but I don't I don't know what the the the big downside is I've been trying to figure that out he he didn't either as I said if there's a totalitarian state and it's looking for where Dennis Prager is and I'm hiding somewhere it still doesn't help because what are they going to do scour the DNA of every of every hotel room in in America or or every the it's it's still doesn't help it's the crime scene the DNA and you are your trying to figure it out it now right now if you have been I believe the cues of a crop I believe they can take your DNA is that correct if if you were accused of a violent crime certainly if you're indicted view your give give your DNA and then if you are into the database Hey you will be called if you commit another violent crime work obviously and I presume that people know it and contrary to what it is often said about people being not this error irrational I think that the vast majority of violent criminals are very rational otherwise they'd all be caught they they have figured out how not to be caught that's pretty rationalism it so that's the question what would what would be the what's the downside and let's go to Joe in Glendale Arizona Hijo Dennis Prager I live greater safer driving made yeah yeah I just feel I have a problem with well you know it's a good idea for you to get your number done and will you know whatever you want to say but there's so many people within the against that I've got a very good liberal Jewish friend of mine hello New York Hey so much of my own because it's a gated community in California when you when when we when we hold on hold on I didn't I missed the work you have big gate Jewish liberal friend who hates what right in California he lives there all year okay it's not the clearest okay you're gated community hates it I understand because he thinks that you are part of the a league yeah yeah and therefore what does that have to do with this well it's going to give up yeah and how can you give up the idea how did you what the with ours is the way all right all right yeah I know but I want to know other than that theoretical problem what is a.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Best of the Dennis Prager show Dennis Prager show I said that very carefully in case you might afford with somebody else Dennis Prager we talk about everything in life and I want to raise an issue with you that I have never ever ever ready he's but in talking to a one of the best known homicide detectives in the United States I don't I am I would be happy to say his name but I don't know if it's necessary here a just trust me and I know you do speaking to one of the best known homicide detectives me as if the guy is sort of a genius in solving crimes that nobody has any self crimes that murders that took place decades ago twenty thirty years ago he has solved them we were talking and I raised the issue the van I want to raise with you I want your feedback and it's a big deal because it can do a lot of good the question is what price do you pay everything everything has a price everything there's no there's nothing free nothing what is the benefit worth what if I said to you that I have a non violent simple way to reduce violent crime by at least half it does not involve one more policemen it does not involve one more person in jail you would probably say who who this man is probably smoking something other than a cigar I thought I would understand that but I do I believe I have something a simple suggestion but I am not smoking anything other than a cigar or pipe no this is the real thing there is a way and I don't think there's any controversy over its efficacy there was controversy over what price you pay to do this but it would in fact reduce crime I'm not just crime against people crime against property probably by half and it would capture we would be able to capture criminals in in far more cases than we do now giving people some sort of solace or comfort when a loved one is hurt we're good or god for bid murdered and by doing that obviously by catching all of these people we prevent them from committing another crime so the question is really Dennis there is such an idea and indeed I think there is every American child that is born its DNA is registered I know this sounds Orwellian I know it sounds frightening I have thought about it for about half a year before I decided to offer this suggestion on the radio you are I am not committed fully to it I want to raise it with you a lot of issues that I have raised in my career have been raised with you and your input has been invaluable to me I have learned a tremendous amount this homicide detective was on board he believes it would be a great idea and I've tried to think what is the downside what is the downside of simply having the DNA of every American registered somewhere what what would eat how is it in in real life an invasion of my privacy am I am I really couldn't come up with anything unless there's a totalitarian state that is created in the United States and its seeking I guess it's looking for the dissidents and it can match the DNA were of where they are I mean some nightmare scenario of of a **** or communist takeover of the country but if we are not your communist takeover of the country that that wouldn't be the biggest problem in our society but in the meantime if everybody knew if every criminal new that any trace of your DNA at the crime scene could be traced to you then wouldn't stop a tremendous amount and wouldn't we catch people who then couldn't go on to murder again and again and again so one eight seven seven six eight seven seven two four three triple seven six that's the that's the question on the table given how much crime violent crime we could we could stop it would have nothing to do I I imagine with white collar crime it's totally separate issue but with regard to violent crime if one hair from a criminal were left in it if anything there if obviously if any blood very often in in a in a struggle I mean you don't you realize how many rapes and murders rapes murders this would be that would prevent and would solve if we could register the V. the DNA of I'm of Americans when they are born what do you think of this idea and again it's not sudden yeah I waited until I thought this through for a while and I waited until I could discuss it with someone whose life has been devoted to capturing the most difficult to solving the most difficult murders in the United States I did not know what he would say god the man happens to be of of conservative Ben to politically maybe that's a good reason for me not to say who would is as well because you know I I don't I don't I don't I just did it if that doesn't gain anything but so he is very very wary of big government very wary of the items that conservatives tend to worry about and for that matter libertarians but I don't I don't know what the the the big downside is I've been trying to figure that out he he didn't either as I said if there's a totalitarian state and it's looking for where Dennis Prager is and I'm hiding somewhere it still doesn't help because what are they going to do scour the DNA of every of every hotel room in in America or or every day it it still doesn't help it's the crime scene the DNA and you are your trying to figure it out even now right now if you have been I believe the cues of a crop I believe they can take your DNA is that correct if if you were accused of a violent crime certainly if you're indicted view your give give your DNA and then if you are into the database Hey you will be called if you commit another violent crime work obviously and I presume that people know it and contrary to what it is often said about people being not this error irrational I think that the vast majority of violent criminals are very rational otherwise they'd all be caught they they have figured out how not to be caught that's pretty rationalism it so that's the question what would what would be the what's the downside and let's go to Joe in Glendale Arizona Hijo Dennis Prager hi there greater safer driving made yeah yeah I do still I have a problem with well you know it's a good idea to get your number done and all alone you know whatever you want to say but there's so many people within the dance that I've done a very good a little Jewish friend of mine hello New York Hey some of them I am because it's a gated community in California when you when when we when we hold on hold on I didn't I missed the work you have big gate Jewish liberal friend who hates what right in California.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on KTRH

"Major storms, the Atlantic hurricane season starts June first and runs through the end of November cliff, cylinders, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR, h he's place unveiling a new system for reporting crimes stats to the public breaks, down specific crimes committed during an incident talking about crimes that fall in the category of crimes against a person for each victim. There is a score. There's a. Crime that take place crimes against property. It's just for that event crimes against -ociety is crime for that violation because the new crime stance starting June. Twenty eighteen officials say it'll take couple of years before accurate comparisons can be made. Four hundred fifty police agencies in Texas have adopted the new system. The US Senate is overwhelmingly approved legislation designed to block those annoying robo calls democrat, marking Republican John thune teamed up on the traced act authorizing the FCC penalties on collars, flouting telemarketing rules at one Senate approval, ninety seven to one for not just a nuisance scammers use these calls to successfully prey on populations like elderly Americans who are sometimes less technologically savvy legislation would require service providers to adopt technology, enabling verification, that incoming calls or legitimate similar legislation is being considered in the house on Capitol Hill. Jared, how. Burnett, Fox News. It's four minutes past the hour. The World Health Organization has released an action plan to deal with one of the world's deadliest killers, the action plan deals with NAACP bites, which have been responsible for over a half million deaths in the last five years last year alone one hundred thirty thousand deaths and three hundred thousand paralyzing injuries amputations were caused by poisonous snakes mostly in sub Saharan Africa, southeast Asia, and South Asia. The WHO has set a goal of reducing snake by deaths by half by twenty thirty through education and more distribution of anti-venom medication. That's bills him for reporting college athletes in California may soon be able to cash in on their abilities, a Bill from state Senator Nancy Skinner from Berkeley passed the state Senate on Wednesday. The proposal would allow college athletes to sign with agents and then make money off endorsement deals right now. The national collegiate Athletic Association only allows kids in college to get money for tuition, school fees room and board. And. Small cost of living, stipend Skinner, says of colleges and coaches are making millions. Why can't the students but opponents say the decision might get California schools, kicked out of the NCWA? That's Jason camp. Adonia reporting just in time for the Morial day weekend, gas prices around town all the way down the average for regular unleaded according to AAA Texas now to fifty nine a gallon down two cents from last weekend. Sixteen cents cheaper than a year ago. Rockets star James harden chosen to the all NBA first team for the third straight season and the sixth time in his career are led the league in scoring this season just over thirty six points per game. On Wall Street a rough day. The now fell two hundred eighty six points to twenty five thousand four ninety the NASDAQ lost one twenty two E S, and P five hundred down thirty four. Crude oil plunged more than three dollars to fifty eight nineteen a barrel news on demand at KTAR, H dot com. Our next update next hour with breaking information as it happens..

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"crimes against property" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on KGO 810

"Guy f ski right that is name there. Have to say with the you know, the the real crime and punishment just trying to I'm pulling out of my thirty years of thirty years ago. But the idea that you commit a crime, and you need to be punished in our society today depends on what on a lot of factors. What the crime was and representation you had maybe your sex or skin color. But there's one group that we all agree to hate. And it's rich white people. Me. I don't hate them though. But I mean, it's it's it's part of the deal. And but there's a different kind of feeling I have towards Felicity Huffman and Laurie Lachlan now it's on fair. And I'll tell you why. Because number one, I don't know either of them, but I do like her work more than I like, Lori Hoffa Laughlin it. That's not fair. Right. Yeah. So. I don't like her husband. I've seen him talk. And I've read about them don't like him that again. John stamos. Yeah. No, not stay most Lachlan's husband is the is the no, no. Sorry. No, no, no. Awesome. Oh, yeah. I'm I'm confusing real life and TV life. Sorry. Roy was married to John say Muslim full house. Oh my God. I know I was I'm right there. Admitted it go on. No, you're saying anyway, I know I've I've made that mistake. So again, I look at this story, and they're saying she could get four months in a federal prison a federal prison that's different than state. It's not as bad in most ways. They they'll take better care, and it won't be the end of the world for her. And I think by pleading guilty and apologize in the way. She did she has managed to hold onto curry her career little bit. I think it did bother me when I saw her first sentencing that her husband will wasn't with her. But I'm sure publicists all said, no, no. Then they'll some you knew it, and you can't. And then we have shameless. We've gotta protect oh this other crap. Pissed me off to see him not with her. I would have been with my wife in that situation because she was whether I don't know what she was trying to do. I mean, and then the other side the Lachlan's kids for what they are. They are dry. That's like they dropped right out of their parents if you could lay alive egg, and she just started acting exactly like her mother. I mean, I was watching photographs of them in the last three years and the kids on a regular photograph. Somebody was taken they're doing that thing the models. Do they couldn't even just stand there and take a photograph? Right. So we have this mix sort of of most of us have animus towards them. But I try to temper mine in my head with thinking about people. I know in Hollywood that are like that that it's not just Hollywood. It's rich people if it Hollywood takes another, right? It's kind of like good looking rich people right anyway. So I don't know what's going to happen here. And you know, again, the people that rob banks as I told you that kinda render that robbed that Bank, and he's not even going to jail. You know, he had a. A like a cap gun or something? And it, you know, it was just you look at a story. You got a good lawyer. It's not going to jail four months for something where nobody was physically hurt. I don't know. Maybe it's. Saying that no one was physically hurt as kind of a stretch know who's I mean, you know, people didn't get into in. Well, no. But I think that there are there can be no people go to that school school lowers the, you know, the school that kind of stuff, and we talked about crimes against property crimes against people in my view them differently. But you know, I don't know Paula notorious, but this year, she is a criminal defense. Attorney paula. First of all, thanks for being here. Let's talk a little bit about the idea of sentencing from the your point of view. Would you agree that on the surface of this pleading guilty and being out in front of this thing should play out in your sentencing as somebody who's gonna fight it? Oh, absolutely. I mean in a case, this is in this kind of federal case walk through your door where someone's looking at a fifteen thousand dollar loss, which is what the frog was full half men. That's really that's really a case where almost the average person Jaren teed what not do jail. I mean that it's a it's she's in a very different position than Laurie Laughlin where the loss was five hundred thousand dollars there was more tax of each and and so for so the best advice to this on is you have no chance of winning. You know, take this on quickly. You'll save your career. You know, they're they're the publis are playing the whole I'm sorry accepting responsibility. But really she was she was facing from the gecko a very low sent at. So in ineffectual case, if some from the gecko someone's facing for ten months, I mean, you have a really good chance of new. The Dow really. So you think that now in some ways, let's talk about this from ear an attorney. But I mean, if she just if she did a month without almost be better than her not doing any time right for the public perception of her right that she did it she, you know, because a lot of people have said this. I've heard many talk show hosts on television and radio say, you know, I might have done that for my kid, you know, under those under some circumstances, not Nikki, but. I think she's at risk. Obviously, a judge is more likely to send a message. We see that today in these high profile cases with people who are, you know, these these cases are in the press, the judges want to set an example. So I think there may she could get a month at home confinement. They literally can do anything he or she wants. They can they can give them, you know, home confinement. They can give them probation. They give him at salads of our community service. But I do think it's unlikely unless it's a very particular judge to give her a jail sentence. I made it would really be unusual, and they're, you know, in federal cases judges have to do something called there has to be consistency in the sentencing, and so it would be unusual for a defendant with her background facing four to ten months. Pretty low guideline range to get jail. Yeah. Well, case like this wire a wire fraud, you know, and then, you know, obviously, you don't want to go in and perjure yourself. Lori Laughlin, obviously is not going to testify. Right. I mean, you would never have testify in this in this case if she goes to court she thinks she can win it. How could she win it in your mind? How how would you take that case on as a defense? The the I I'm not familiar with the all of the evidence. But I know that their emails going back and forth where she's talking about joking about, you know, her her her daughter, you know, being a member of the crew team, it would be very difficult. But, but I think that that if she were her defense would be that that she honestly believe that this was a charity and that and it's money she was donating what he has to be some defense that played on her intent was not to commit suicide is it reasonable relied on. Yeah. Go ahead go, but is it reasonable to say like your Kushner, his dad gave millions every day in this country? Somebody's donating to a university. City somewhere for benefit for a child or nephew or somebody to get in? It's happens every day in this country to go after these people simply because they're high profile people doesn't sound like the system that we're we we'd love and pretend. And that's exactly that's the defense that I think whereas would have to take that. This was no different than, you know, the Kennedys buying building at Harvard, and they're they're, you know in there, and there are people get in. I mean, this is like the same kind of defense. But but they definitely should be. Of course. I mean, I'm not sure if they're wiretaps if they're recordings if they're on our and that kind of stuff, you know, I think jurors really to weigh that heavily, you know, direct evidence ever recording or an Email. I think would be hard to overcome. Yeah. I'd like to see the feds pay a little closer attention to Deutsche Bank and Russian kleptocrats laundering money into this country. Then I mean, look. It pissed me off to to see rich people getting their kid. But I mean, you know, what I feel worse for the kids couldn't get in the few got pushed out because of these people. Right. I mean, that's the real tragedy. Here, you know. And so I you know, I mean putting them in jail is that really going to stop people from trying to is. There is. I think that I think the problem is that you know, the American public is is not being safe. If they're not getting a fair view of what happens in these cases. And you know, I mean, the real fraudsters their crimes are far more gray dress, and if you know flooring Lachlan was just at the PTO mom in a suburb. No one would care about this case, no charge, whatever put her in jail for for for this. Like, you're saying I mean, it goes on all the time. I mean, it's a known fact that rich people buy those things at you know, at schools to get their kids into schools, and that's never that's never problem. But all of a sudden, you know, she's, you know, she's just the worst possible person. I mean here she earth. Amitai her fame is is tied to her her role as a mom, and and and I think she's really, you know, the fact that her daughter had a YouTube channel and sets things like, you know, I don't care about school and. Landa sentencing though, Paul. I mean that seems to me like that's a little capricious. Was that the right word? I don't know, you know, over the top. Yeah. I think that it's, you know, I think that it's there's this ugliness about, you know, her there are people society. They're just haters. Right. I mean, they're they're just told out there and people who hate and and they're just enjoying some of the press. I'm reading about this. It's so ridiculous. Because they're they're making. It seem like, you know, let's see husband got us other woman pleading guilty early Lori Loughlin, just it's ugly, you know, ungrateful. And I it's just not she's just being out Jacco cards where she can't go in and plead guilty because she will go to jail, and she's going to fight for her Liberty's journey Atari with us here on Keijo. Hey, we if you're Felicity Huffman, would you make your husband perp walk with you there? No. I think you're absolutely right. I I don't understand the publicists. I mean, the guy is not only was he involved. But but he is her husband whose husband does doesn't go to court with you. I mean, I think that's it's just doesn't make sense. You know, I I don't understand that the wash. Oh, time showtimes, PR people going come on man. You're going to put birthday he's in shameless cry. Knows. Everybody knows. You are William Paul good talking to you. Thank you so much for your time. Really? Appreciate it. Okay. But by help to do it again, Paul on a Tari again, the criminal defense attorney. I I mean, I mean, I think that your spit on this because I like I mean, you you've not back down at all most of this now. I mean, they should if it four months is what the prosecutors want him. You could probably talk down. I definitely think that I disagree with what she was saying about the difference between Laurie and Felicity. I think that Lori doesn't want to to plead guilty because she still has this entitlement about her. Like, I I didn't. She literally said, I didn't know it was against the law. Ignorance of the law doesn't mean that you get a break the law, and you Jared Kushner and its Trump. I'm just talking about this..

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"crimes against property" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"It's Ian and Johnson. I'm laurel. So we're gonna continue with more of your calls and thoughts and coming up jobs that suck. Why is it that according to reason dot com, they ask why do so many modern jobs seem pointless? We got that story Johnson's got it ready to go. But first Sarah is on the line in New Mexico. Sarah, you're on free talk live. Go ahead. Month of January our city we like. Four congress didn't ticket it four hundred. That's the one. Speeding tickets, obviously, stop people from. Oh, wait now. Go ahead. Sarah. The. He's he's very. You know? Yeah. No. She said hip does he have tattoos. He's got cyber. Yeah. Okay. All right. I'll give you that one is Suzy a hipster. He's very hip to the idea that it the traffic. Stop it reduces crime overall. And I think that's what's you mean. Because running warrant checks on on people. They have done a study in like Texas places that they have done is if they do traffic stops the burglaries and robberies at all go down like by nine percent. Should just stop everybody. Isn't that what you want? Immigration checks only along the border, not everywhere. Kinda funny because the you know, the actual traffic fine defeating the traffic violation only grows by five percent. It's a very drastic itself is hardly any tank, but the burglaries a home break weekends and the auto theft. It goes down by fifty percent, which is the correlation isn't necessarily causation. So just because somebody's getting more speeding tickets or the government's giving out more speeding tickets and crime against properties. Go down that doesn't necessarily mean that the speeding tickets have anything to do or traffic stops have anything to do with crime going down. You know, what would be interesting? I've never looked for this. I wonder if there's a steady. Whether there's a correlation between traffic tickets criminal activity to people who commit crimes, do they get more traffic tickets. I wonder that's a good question. Or are the people who are committing crimes more careful and get less and get fewer traffic tickets. Thanks for the call tonight. Sarah. I appreciate it. Let's go to Jeanne the Christian anarchist. He's calling from Tennessee on our discord lines. Go ahead Jeanne. Hello, y'all. I was gonna call and talk about the sixties since laurel decided she courts. The the state in the in the way that she said that the biggest concern being terrorism. My biggest concern. Well, a big concern is terrorism. Okay. A major concern. And I wanted to pipe in on that. I have. For over twenty years. Now, I've been telling people there are no terrorists in this country because believe it or not twenty years ago. They were saying the same darn thing. Oh, terrorism terrorism terrorism, and they were all concerned about terrorism. And I call the talk show twenty years Marty had to get the DeLorean up to eighty eight miles per hour before the terrorists shot doc in the van we'll twenty years ago. I mean nine eleven was. Happened yet. Hadn't even happened. But it was I called tau show twenty years ago because they were talking about terrorism. I said look the biggest threat the freedom is not halfway across the planet. It's right there in Washington DC. I you want to worry about terrorism there it is. But if there were terrorists in this country. To any great number at all. And I'm not saying they're zero there might be a couple here except for the government. Right. You're talking about terrorists who aren't right? There other than the terrorist government, right? If there were any terrorists, most of them don't have the means in any any successful terrorism. Requires two things it requires the means, and it requires the desire now, a lot of people have zero means and a lot of desire, and so people have a lot of means. But they don't. The people that have the mullet takes a car and run the car into a crowd, which has happened several times, right? Which is an argument that I use to show people that there aren't any terrorists here. That's right. Because if they were as the governments to. Were here in any numbers. You would hear of trucks running through crowds. You would hear of school buses exploding the gene what she just said was it's because the government is stopping them from coming here. Did you hear that? Well. Collusion if she wants. But the same person who said earlier in this show that the border is highly porous has also said that they're doing a great job stopping criminals. Care about submitting visas. I don't think that most of them are trying to come through Mexico. There's some of them have been caught. To stiffen. It's that easy. Went up. Yeah. Why don't you sign up for a visa here? You can't have it both ways. I mean, there are no terrorists in this country because there are no attacks happening and the borders are porous. So therefore, the government is not saving. There was the Boston bombing. That's been it's been a while. But there was that one it's been a while. And most of the time when the when the government says that they have saved us from some horrible terrorist attack that they'd managed to stop usually. It's some mentally challenged individuals who had zero means, but they were angry at everybody. So the government the FBI comes in there, and they work these guys up into a big old lather. And then they give them a truck with fake bombs in it. And they say drive it over there and push this button. And then they rush in and rescue everybody from the fake bombs that the FBI provided they re they rescue everyone from the terrorists. They created. Also, the others didn't to Sarnath. Others from the Boston marathon bombings didn't cross any borders because they were United States citizens were they okay, I thought they were immigrants they were immigrants, but they they emigrated as young children. I see your risk of ever being cared. By a terrorist is close to zero your risk to being hers chair by the government is one hundred times greater in fact, I would say ten thousand times greater than being hurt by a terrorist. I totally agree. Which is why laurels solution of having the government exists to control these things puts us all in greater danger. Because they're the ones who are destroying freedom. They're the ones who are putting innocent people behind bars, and they're much more. I do agree that looking I do agree that there is a danger. I, you know, I acknowledged this that the government uses this security threat to infringe too far on people's rights. And I think that happened in the Bush administration has been continuing. Andrea today. So nothing well, and there was a call a few months back where an old lady had called in supporting her government and Ian had me come on. And I put one question to her. And I said tell me one program that the government does well, and she couldn't do it. And I I asked that question to a lot of people. I think. Well. Money hand over fist. They're losing billions of dollars. Private. Or not self funded. They are partially self funded. Their government continues to shore up their retirement funds, for instance, one of the things that they do and they have to go to the government every time they want to change their business model. So the postal service isn't as independent as they want you to believe they want you to think they're like some private agency. But the reality is if they want to stop delivering mail say two days a week or three days a week or something like that. Or they want to raise rates or they want to do whatever it is. They want to do to change how they do business. They pretty much have to go to congress to get it approved. I yeah. But the fact of the matter is if I send a letter someplace.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And melinda our new live local show every weekday to three on kale bj there's an allegation being made now here in austin that some landlords are being very unfair to those of you who are trying to rent property and when you tell them that you have a criminal record they're being very unfair they may be going back to many years and saying well yeah you do have a criminal conviction we see it in this background check it was ten fifteen twenty years ago we're going to deny you elise so this group has been working with attorneys and housing advocates and they've now come out with a set of guidelines that they want all landlords to follow because they believe landlords are being very unfair to potential renters particularly minorities who they say are unfairly treated by the justice system so now they are issuing these guidelines and they say in essence they want landlords to only look back three to four years max in background checks when deciding whether to rent a someone these are felony cases only go back four years anything beyond that you shouldn't even consider when deciding whether to rent to someone i think everything's out for fair game to be considered when you are going to be turning over your investment your property to someone to live in i think that you should be able to take everything into account and if you're not comfortable then you should be able to pass on them because ultimately they're living in your space and and you not only have thoughts about your own property that you own but the other people who may be renting from you their safety and their wellbeing now this group is breaking this down into three main areas crimes against people crimes against property and crimes against society with the crimes against people they only want landlords to consider crimes these felonies that have occurred within the last four years anything beyond that overlook it don't take it into account crimes against property like burglary and theft only within the last three years crimes against society that would be drug felony convictions felony drunk driving only go back one year in those cases.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on FT Politics

"Have gone down by twenty percent across the country has been a lot less officers avowed aound people blaming this for one of the reasons do you think that's a fair criticism or do you think it's about the forms of policing than the actual overall resources i think it is quite to talk about cuts at this point i mean we should also remember that people with an ax to grind on policing and criminal justice posey will use any story like this to make their point you know so you've also got those on the right who think that theresa may's personal crusade to stop the police over using stop and search was a mistake on our arguing for much more aggressive street policing and an increase in those stop and search incidents for example so it's sort of being used on both sides i think when it comes to the police in cuts there's no doubt that in london the police seem less visible i'm not something that people actually talk about you know so it's another one of these questions where you have to look at the evidence but you also have to take people's lived experience seriously i mean a lot of police stations have been closing and clearly there are fewer offices and that affects what the police can do i mean in our area which for example has an estate which was plagued by gang problems for a number of years and then got a lot better the police have actually said that they're just not responding to certain categories of low level street crime and crimes against property now that of course is the absolute opposite of the whole ethos of zero tolerance policing where you take take every incident seriously and you take every crime seriously in order to give people a feeling of safety insecurity that the police are in control not the criminals so this is sort of change of atmosphere on london streets which i think it's worth taking seriously are predict reporting written on hopefully being affected by these cuts and the real conundrum for the police is that actually having police officers out on the beat is not very productive use of police time in terms of.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on WWL

"A a large increase in manpower you've seen a fairly significant increase in basically everything out there with a about a fifty fifty one percent increase in net robbery now get new orleans of population has ground 13 percent over that time so it not inherently 100 percent applestoapples but uh about a thirteen percent at fifty one percent increase in robbery there was a slight increase in shooting big jump in property crime um largely driven by big jumped in theft a drop in auto fact actually a uh flight increase in burglaries overall um crime itself is up and especially violent crime in terms of robbery and assault ban in new orleans historically robberies and assault tend to correlate pretty strongly from year to year with changes dan and opd manpower so at and opd manpower historically has gone up it enable certain police inaction certain patrol action threatened law enforcement action that they can't do if manpower down that may have an effect on those crimes and though in general robbery the thought tend to go up it then opd fall in terms of manpower robbery and i thought tend to go down at and opd rises in terms of manpower now that's about crime against person so when we think about crimes against property uh not unlike most other jurisdictions new orleans says a but eighty or ninety percent of their overall crime is actually a crimes against property correct that's correct 80 percent a bit here at here um i think eighty two percent a year.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Of the key these are tallahassee or of of texas it's just not representative however it does exist and it does really hurt small business mediumsized business owners the most and hurts the people when people loot do you believe or what would your comment be about a push to legend slative lay put in place enhance criminal penalties for those who take advantage of a crisis such as this and loot or otherwise commit crimes against property or human beings of course i'll tell you that we've been impressed with animal number of looting cases in pectins uh there have been several news reports out uh showing the low number affect is almost a berkeley nonexistent compared to what it would be on ordinary basis them in houston uh with the population base they help there uh others there's been only a handful of looting cases and so technicians are taken care of tycoons making sure that we're not bring upon others uh but but also people know that tycoons will take up and protect their own private property rights and so uh looters or rightfully us here that's what i'm talking about somebody governor is no way taking my taken my shop vivid that's a death of texas like i wouldn't be bothering anyone's property in texas that's crazy no you're you're you're method what the wrong people goal of ice cream uh and you need to be very concerned but that that i i do know that when when a governor to declare is a disaster like i have in a more than fifty counties in the state of texas there were impacted by the storm we are enhanced penalties uh for certain violations and what i can't say at this moment is whether or not looting would include one of those if not should be shook include enhanced pillows because uh that's the worst of the worst and and we will uh luck you up and put you behind bars and you go you will strongly regret upolu now governor abbot and we're with you and i know somebody great people are doing amazing work i have full faith and confidence finance and the people of texas and all the great charitable organizations and the trump coordination on all of this i think it's it's masterful what's being done and and will with you all the way and.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Before you came on about the unfortunate instances of looting which are not representative of the people of either south florida miami area of the key these tallahassee or of texas it's just not representative however it does exist and it does really hurt small business mediumsized business owners the most and it hurts the people when people loot do you believe or what would your comment be about a push to legis slated lay put in place enhance criminal penalties for those who take advantage of a crisis such as this and loot or otherwise uh commit crimes against property or human beings brooke tell you that we've been impressed with animal number of looting cases in pectins uh there have been several news reports out showing the low number affect it's almost a berkeley nonexistent compared to what it would be on ordinary basis has in youth with a population base they help there uh there's there's been only a handful of looting cases and so technicians are taking care of of tycoons making sure that were not bring upon others uh but but also uh people know that echoes will take up and protect their own private property rights and so uh looters or rightfully us here as what i'm talking about about it governor is no way check in my shop vivid that's a death the texas like i wouldn't be bothering anyone's property in texas that's crazy you're you're you're meth method what the wrong people go to somebody's property uh and you need to be very concerned but that that i i do know that when when a governor dick declares a disaster like i have been a more than 50 counties in the state of texas there were impacted by the storm there are enhanced penalties uh for certain violations and what i can't say at this moment is whether or not looting would include one of those if not and should be shook out including has been lose because that's the worst of the worst and and we will uh lock you up and put you behind bars and you go you will strongly regret any apelu now governor abbott and now we're with you and i know somebody great people are doing amazing work i have full faith and confidence it's.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"People when people loot do you believe or what would your comment be about a push to legislate slative lay put in place enhance criminal penalties for those who take advantage of a crisis such as this and loot or otherwise commit crimes against property or human beings they'll tell you the we've been impressed with animal number of looting in pec uh there have been several news reports out showing the low number and affect it's almost a berkeley nonexistent compared to what would be on ordinary bakers going in with a population base they have there been only a handful of looting cases and so tycoons are taken care of tycoons making sure that we're not bring on others uh but but also people know that comes will take up and protect their own proper opry right and so uh looters or rightfully here as an i'm talking about about no way no way taken my shop vivid that's a that's a texas like i wouldn't be bothering anyone's property in texas that's crazy you're you're you're met there with the wrong p going to go on as the most cooperative and we need to be very concerned but a new know that when when a governor to declare they disaster like i have been a more than 50 cannons of took who there were impacted by the storm there are enhanced penalties for certain violations and what i tell you this moment is whether or not looting would include one of those if not should be shut out including it because uh the worst of the worst and and we will love you up and put you behind bars in you go you will grow only regret up and upolu now governor abbot now we're with you and i know somebody great people are doing amazing work i have full faith and confidence in the people of texas and all the great charitable organiser asians and the trump coordination all of this i think it's it's a masterful what's being done and and way the all the way and hope to see you soon down there okay look forward to it and we're so grateful to our fellow americans for the way they helped up god bless you sir we're going to take a break on the laura ingraham show governor.

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"crimes against property" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"crimes against property" Discussed on WCTC

"Of the key these are tallahassee or of of texas it's just not representative however it does exist and it does really hurt small business mediumsized business owners the most and hurts the people when people loot do you believe or what would your comment be about a push to allege slative lay put in place enhanced criminal penalties for those who take advantage of a crisis such as this and loot or otherwise commit crimes against property or human beings of course i'll tell you that we've been impressed with animal number of looting in impact uh do there have been several news reports out uh showroom be b low number and affect it's almost a berkeley nonexistent compared to what it would be on ordinary basis in in youth with the population both they up there are others there's been only a handful of looting cases also tycoons are taken care of tycoons making sure that were not bring upon others uh but but also people know that tucker's will take up and protect their own private property rights and so uh looters or rightfully us here that's what i'm talking about somebody governor is no way loyd taken my shop vivid that's a death of texas like i wouldn't be bothering anyone property in texas that's crazy the your you're your method what the wrong people going to go on as the most property sector and you need to be very concerned but that a you know that when when a governor to declare is a disaster like i have been a more than fifty counters minister took that there were impacted by the storm there are enhanced penalty for certain violations or what i can't say at this moment is whether or not looting would include what ago if not should be shook including here because that's the worst of the worst and and we will love you up and put you behind bars and you go you will only regret any apelu now governor abbott and now we're with you and i know somebody great people are doing amazing work i have full faith and confidence and the people of texas and all the great charitable organizations and the trump coordination on all of this i think it's it's masterful what's being done and and we'll with you all the way and.

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