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crime-prevention

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  • "He presided over the transformation of that institution from one that focused on catching the bad guy after the fact, into a proactive crime-prevention operation whose mission was to prevent terrorist attacks on the United States," said Mr. Ogden, now a white-collar attorney in Washington.

    White House Intensifies Search for Next FBI Chief

  • Look at America's foreign policy history of "anointing" leaders (just in the Middle East: Saddam Hussein, Hamid Karzai, the Taliban, etc.); or how Hurricane Katrina was handled; or how many people in this country die of preventable diseases; or the "war" on drugs; or crime-prevention efforts that result in more crimes and more criminals in jail year on year.

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  • In August, the neighborhood held its annual National Night Out crime-prevention event, complete with a DJ.

    Where We Live: Manor Lake in Maryland's Montgomery County

  • The department will eliminate six middle school resource officers at the end of the school year and reduce the number of crime-prevention programs from 325 to 205 in fiscal 2011, county officials said.

    Police take big hit in Pr. William budget

  • Mr. Kennedy is indeed an academic—before teaching at John Jay he did crime-prevention research at Harvard's Kennedy School—but for more than 25 years he has gone out with police officers on some of America's meanest streets.

    The Just-Say-No Crime-Busters

  • There are signs business owners can look out for that might indicate fraud, says Mark R. Doyle, chief executive officer of Jack L. Hayes International Inc., a provider of workplace crime-prevention services in Wesley Chapel,

    Business Owners Get Burned by Sticky Fingers

  • Advocates for an alternative to the NRA program acknowledged the error in the crime-prevention organization's name, but said McDonnell could have proposed correcting the group's name rather than removing it entirely.

    NRA gun-safety program for Va. grade schools criticized

  • Some corrupt workers will instruct friends to repeatedly call a business and ask if the owner is on site until the answer is no, says Mark R. Doyle, chief executive of Jack L. Hayes International Inc., a provider of workplace crime-prevention services in Wesley Chapel,

    Three Best Ways to Catch an Employee Thief

  • Instead, Fenty is touting the 21,000-plus youths who have signed up for what is a combination political, babysitting, crime-prevention, and, yes, employment program.

    D.C. unemployment dips, but will it affect mayoral race?

  • Opening community centers on weekend nights to get kids off the streets was emblematic of the crime-prevention programs in the bill, and it was enough for Republicans to ridicule the $30 billion bill as out-of-control Washington, liberal do-gooder spending.

    Taking the Long View

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