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Criminal Justice Expert Recommends Citizen Police Academies & Community Policing in Light of Recent Protests & Increased Property Crime

Criminal Justice Expert Recommends Citizen Police Academies & Community Policing in Light of Recent Protests & Increased Property Crime

Citizen-police relations have become tenser than ever. Every news cycle brings more examples of deteriorating relationships. For example, in the inner cities, protests are growing in response to police killings of civilians, even if an officer is cleared due to acting in self-defense. At the same time, property crimes are increasing and going unsolved in middle and upper income areas in the cities and suburbs.

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A Warning about the Dangers of Comedians Today

A Warning about the Dangers of Comedians Today

Today, the late night comedians have become more popular than ever. For example, according to the TV by the Numbers report for January 19, 019, Stephen Colbert has 41% of the TV-viewing audience in its time slot, the Late Night with Seth Myers has a 27% viewership, and the Daily Show with Trevor Noah has 23% of the viewers. That turns into about 4 million viewers for Colbert, about 2 ½ million viewers for Myers and 2 million for Noah.

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Videos

The Wall

The Wall is inspired by a chapter on the divisions in American Society in Crime in America, published by,American Leadership Books, which specializes in books on the U.S. criminal justice system, the U.S. prison system, U.S. corrections system, and the U.S. courts, prosecutors, and defense attorneys.

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Why Are Attitudes Towards Cops So Divisive?

Why Are Attitudes towards Cops So Divisive is another video designed to promote American Leadership Books and its new book Crime in America. The discussion of attitudes towards cops reflects the divisions in American discussed in a chapter on the divisions in American Society. American Leadership Books specializes in books on the U.S. criminal justice system, the U.S. prison system, U.S. corrections system, and the U.S. courts, prosecutors, and defense attorneys. There is also a book on the American political system, dealing with the Great National Divides that have split the national based on racial, ethnic, and demographic characteristics, including occupation, income, education, and divisions between North and South, rural and urban America, and the Coast and Midwest. The book is written from a conservative perspective for those with conservative politics and suggests ways of fixing and reforming the system.

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Media Articles

Immigration Reform

The Myth of the Criminal Immigrant?

The Myth of the Criminal Immigrant?

Liberals are trying to do virtually anything to show that immigrants do not increase crime, and that cities are really safer when immigrants move there. They even trotted out a new study from the Marshall Project, to prove this contention. The study was featured on an...

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The Opioid Crisis

My Own Suggestions For Dealing With the Opioid Crisis

Some recommendations of how to overcome the current problems with opioids and other drugs. Some of these suggestions include creating a drug sales court, setting up separate wings in the prisons for drug traffickers, and publicizing the names of individuals sentenced under drug laws.

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The Citizen-Police Divide

WHAT HAPPENS TO A COP AFTER A POLICE SHOOTING

WHAT HAPPENS TO A COP AFTER A POLICE SHOOTING

The Many Hearings a Cop Faces to Determine Guilt or Innocence Many citizens commonly think that the police are getting off easy after an officer shoots a citizen and is judged to not be at fault. While they attribute this result to a biased criminal justice system...

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Author Paul Brakke

Author Paul Brakke is a scientist based in Central Arkansas.  He became interested in studying the criminal justice system when his life was turned upside down after his wife was falsely accused of aggravated assault

Paul Brakke

American Leadership Books
Little Rock, Arkansas

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