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1,893 wordsHemp: A Crop With no Future For This Society Throughout many areas of the United States a small, slender plant can be found growing in the wild. It is commonly referred to as hemp. Hemp is a plant that comes from the Cannabis sativa family. Hemp looks strikingly similar to marijuana and can very easily be mistaken for it, but these two plants are far from being the same. The major difference between the two is that hemp contains no chemicals that produce the same euphoric effect produced by mari...
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Community Policing In America
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1,315 wordsThe drug cartel based in Cali, Colombia, was one of the largest players in the multi-billion dollar worldwide cocaine industry. Although their operations are highly illegal, opposed by both Colombian and US law enforcement agencies, the cartel continues to run a very effective operation. The vast majority of this cocaine is destined for the US market. It reaches the US by numerous routes by air, by sea, but mostly over land by Mexico. Once the cocaine reaches the United States, Cali has makes us...
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1,001 wordsCrime In the United States Introduction: Our report is on Crime in the United States. Crime is a major problem all over the world, but we are focusing on the crime problem right here in our own country. We have listed some different statistics, problems, and solutions. FBI Crime Statistics: Final 1995 crime statistics showed that 13. 9 million Crime Index offenses were reported to law enforcement across the Nation. The 1995 total represents a rate of 5, 278 offenses for every 100, 000 United Sta...
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1,542 wordsGuns are not toys and never were designed to be considered as such. They should not be feared, but respected. A bullet from an unsecured gun can destroy the life of any one. Careless thoughts or reckless actions by anyone must be avoided at all times when a gun is present. Gun Safety Education is a big item for discussion. A safe plan of action should be taught to everyone. It should correspond with a persons age. This safe plan of action hopefully will be learned and practiced before a person c...
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2,191 wordsIntroduction Although it is impossible to calculate the exact amount of money that is laundered world-wide each year estimates have been made that range from 300 to 500 million US dollars. It is important to note that if other non-drug crimes generating significant profit such as extortion, arms smuggling and white collar crime were included in this estimate the figures could potentially double Money laundering is consequently is a very large business and employees thousands of people world wide...
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Law Enforcement Agencies Racial Profiling
241 wordsClifton 2 Racial Profiling Racial profiling is prevalent with the law enforcement agencies throughout the United States. Racial profiling is not new to law enforcement and certainly not new to the citizens that are victims from it. Profiling is a serious injustice to humanity, is an act of racism and discrimination, and is condoned by law enforcement agencies. Profiling has been enforced since the invention of law enforcement. However, it is a crime that needs to cease. Officers should not condu...
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