Crime Links:FBI Website
FBI Facebook Page
National Sex Offender Registry
Self Defense Course
Number 1 Site For Background Checks: Backgroundreport360.com
Here are some important fire and other disaster safety resources. The recent California fires (and now, mudslides) inspired Brett at Disaster Safety Info to do a round of outreach with these helpful resources. See the links below:
Homeowners’ Guide to Forest Fires: How to Protect Your Home.
How to Escape a Burning Building.
Fire Safety in the Home: Minimize Your Risks & Keep Your Family Safe.
Hurricane Survival Tips: How to Stay Safe During a Hurricane.
Do Your Home Materials Pose a Fire Risk?.
9 Affordable Ways to Prep Your Home for Hurricane Season.
Earthquake Recovery Resource Guide.
Shake Out: 6 Steps to Quake-proof Your Home.
Disaster Preparedness for Pets.
College Student Trying to Sell Car via Craigslist is Murdered by Scumbag. Read more here.
FBI says National Incident-Based Reporting System is the pathway to quality and quantity of the crime data. Read more here.
Latest crime stats for California's Santa Clarita Valley paint an ugly picture. Read more here.
Coral Gables, FL Police Chief resigns amid accusations of manipulating crime statistics to make city appear safer. Read more here.
Report says LAPD mis-classifying violent crime, artificially deflating crime stats. Read more here.
Maine Dept. of Safety realeases 2013 crime stats; says it shows largest crime drop in 20 years. Read more here.
Chicago Magazine comes out with Part 2 of their investigation into Chicago's flimsy crime stats. Read more here.
Durham, NC violent crime increased 36 percent, driven by 70 percent increase in aggravated assaults, according to report. Read more here.
Klu Klux Klan starts neighborhood watch program in PA town. Read more here.
Inspector General says Chicago police manipulated crime data by under-reporting incidents. Read more here.
NYC Housing Authority (low income) units crime rate skyrockets. Read more here.
Reformed ex-cons part of group to patrol NY's Coney Island to fight crime and "interrupt" violence. Read more here.
LAPD analyzes and releases maps on high-crime areas. Then asks residents to use them to help stop crime - walk with a friend, walk the dog, etc. Read more here.
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Crime Data Websites
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