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Friday, February 24, 2017
Technology What DA’s Battle with Facebook Could Mean for Your PrivacyRead New York Post(01/07/2017) Policing The Wrong Side of History —Police Training in the Holocaust MuseumRead Chicago Magazine(01/31/2017) Mass Incarceration Study: Mass Incarceration System Costs At Least $182 Billion per YearRead The Crime Report(01/26/2017) Prevention After Prison, Davontae Sanford Steers Teens from CrimeRead The Detroit News(01/31/2017) Drugs Seattle, King County Move to Open Nation’s First Safe Injection Sites for Drug UsersRead The Seattle Times(01/27/2017) Procedure What is a ‘Violent Crime’? For California’s New Parole Law, the Definition is Murky - and it MattersRead Los Angeles Times(01/27/2017) Crime America’s Oldest Crime VictimsRead The Crime Report(01/30/2017) Judge Acquits Two Men in Perjury Case Over Recanted Testimony in 1993 Gentilly MurderRead The New Orleans Advocate(01/30/2017)
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