Blog Posts in November, 2013

St. Louis Crime Covered by New York Times

Last week, the November 20 issue of the New York Times ran a front page story detailing crime and society in north St. Louis. The article's headline, "In places like north St. Louis, gunfire ...
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Overcrowded St. Louis Jails lead to More Overtime, Costs

In the past few decades, jail and prison populations have soared throughout the country. At the St. Louis County Justice Center, overcrowding has also become a problem. According to officials and ...
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Halloween Serves as a Reminder of Harsh Missouri Sex Crime Laws

Halloween has come and gone and – as they always have – many children enjoyed their night of trick-or-treating. Halloween is a child-centered holiday and because of this, the state of ...
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St. Louis Law Enforcement Targets New Synthetic Drug

A new synthetic drug called "N-Bomb" has been turning up on St. Louis streets, according to state officials. Also known as "Smiles" or "Happy," N-Bomb is a designer drug ...
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