- Girl Talk. // New Moon;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p1
Introduces a series of articles on crimes and misdemeanors.
- Crime rate up for first time in 10 years. // Infomat: A Weekly Review;8/2/2002, p4
Cites the increase in Canada's crime rate in 2001. Increases in car thefts, impaired driving offenses and drug charges; Police reportage of criminal incidents by type of offense.
- Majority of violent crimes committed by people known to victim. // Canadian Social Trends;Winter98, Issue 51, p6
Reveals that majority of violent crimes in Canada are committed by people known to victim. Occurrence of violent crimes at home.
- Capital Offense. Houghteling, Charlotte // Harvard International Review;Summer99, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p15
Discusses the increasing crime rate in Russia. Reason behind the increase; Actions being taken by federal and local officials concerning the issue; Methods proposed for crime deterrence.
- Annals of crime. Harris, Catherine // Canadian Banker;Fourth Quarter 2000, Vol. 107 Issue 4, p38
Reports on the decline in the reported crime rates in Canada in 1999. Fraud rate; Drug offences; Crime rate in each province.
- President Obama should sign the federal hate crimes law. DeKoven, Rob // Gay & Lesbian Times;1/15/2009, Issue 1099, p19
The article examines the importance of federal hate crimes law in the U.S.
- Serious Crime Decreased in 1999. // FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin;Feb2000, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p15
Reports on the decline in serious crime rates in the first six months of 1999 in the United States. Types of serious crimes; Details on the decline in different serious crimes; Comparison of the serious crime rates in 1998 and 1999.
- Police Blotter. // East Bernard Express (TX);3/ 7/2013, Vol. 70 Issue 10, p9
The article presents an account of burglaries, thefts, assaults, criminal mischief in East Bernard, Texas.
- Introduction. Fuller, Charlie // Race & Crime;2003, p7
Introduces a series on the history of crime and detection. Changing attitudes toward offenders and their actions; Various forms of contemporary crime; Tools and techniques of people entrusted with the task of overseeing and maintaining the law.