Extractions: The Use of "Assault Weapons" in Crime The 1994 omnibus crime bill has proven to be a dismal failure as it attempted to curb crimes committed with firearms by banning weapons and equipment that have no bearing on crime, according to a 2001 Bureau of Justice Statistics study. Looking at the broader picture of all gun use in crime, it becomes clear that "assault weapons" are a minor part of the problem . Police gun seizure data from around the nation finds that "assault weapons" account for less than 2% of guns seized by the police; more typically, they account for less than 1% , according to data compiled from 24 major jurisdictions.
Crime Stats Act ) was enacted by the United States Congress and LIQUOR OR DRUG ABUSE AS WELL ASWEAPONS VIOLATIONS The Public Safety Department crime Prevention Unit offers http://www.valdosta.edu/dps/crimestats.htm
Extractions: CLERY BILL AND CRIME STATISTICS Click here for a "printer-friendly" version. The " Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act " (originally known as the "Campus Security Act") was enacted by the United States Congress and signed into law by President George Bush in 1990. It is named in memory of 19-year old Lehigh University freshman Jeanne Ann Clery who was assaulted and murdered while asleep in her residence hall in 1986. This law requires us and all institutional officials with significant responsibility for campus and student affairs to publicly disclose 3 years of campus crime statistics. This publication has been developed by the Valdosta State University Public Safety Department in compliance with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 and the Jeanne Clery Act of 1998. It is intended to make you aware of the safety and security policies, which have been instituted, at Valdosta State University to provide a safe academic environment. INSTITUTIONAL POLICY STATEMENT ON REPORTING CRIMES OR OTHER EMERGENCIES AND RESPONSE TO THESE REPORTS.
Extractions: The following definitions are to be used for reporting the crimes listed in 34 CFR sec. 668.46 (previously 668.47) in accordance with the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Uniform Crime Reporting Program. The definitions for murder, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, weapon law violations, drug abuse violations and liquor law violations are excerpted from the Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook . The definitions of forcible and nonforcible sex offenses are excerpted from the National Incident-Based Reporting System Edition of the Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook. Arson
Referrals - Illegal Weapons Possessions College University Campus crime Statistics. Referrals. Illegal weapons Possessions.Reporting Location, Sector of Institution. Oncampus, 1999, 2000, 2001. http://www.securityoncampus.org/crimestats/99_01/arrestreferrals/weapviolations.
Extractions: By SayUncle Tomorrow will be the fifth anniversary of the Columbine tragedy and there was an NRA convention this weekend. Chalk one up to poor timing. As such, anti-gun hysteria is reaching levels comparable to that annoying homeland security chart. One article on debating the statistics says: The two sides in the Senate debate over extending the decade-old ban on assault weapons are convinced of the bill's value and both think they have the numbers to prove it. "We got the bill passed a decade ago, and America has been safer for it, '' argued Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the California Democrat who pushed through the original bill in the face of roaring opposition from the National Rifle Association and its allies. "In fact, the percentage of assault weapons used in crimes since this bill has passed has diminished by two-thirds,'' she added during a Senate debate last month. "That is the good news.'' But Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, an NRA board member, said the 1994 ban was a bust. "The restrictions imposed by this law make no sense and only create a burden on law-abiding citizens and businesses,'' he told the Senate.
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Extractions: West Coordinate: 100 Block Coordinates These are 100 block coordinates (e.g., 3200) of your neighborhood. If the 100 Block is North of Broadway, Append the 'N' onto the number (e.g., 3200N) If the 100 Block is South of Broadway, Append the 'S' onto the number (e.g., 3200S) If the 100 Block is East of Stone, Append the 'E' onto the number (e.g., 200E)
Extractions: Police Department Home Mission Statement Police Services Crime Prevention ... Communications Other Links El Cajon Police Dept San Diego Sheriffs Dept San Diego Police Dept Other SD Law Enforcement Agencies P.O.S.T. ARJIS SD Regional Sex Offender Map Crime Statistics Statistics are collected annually by the Grossmont-Cuyamaca District Police Department for all criminal offenses specified by Federal Law. The published statistics reflect only those crime occurrences which have occurred within the District's jurisdiction and been reported to the District Police Department. The primary jurisdiction of the District is the area on or near Grossmont and Cuyamaca Community College campuses and geographic areas contiguous to the campuses or District property, including sidewalks and streets bordering all campus and District property. Each year the crime statistics for both campuses are submitted to the U.S. Department of Education. These crime statistics are also provided on the internet by the U.S. Department of Education
RU | John Warner's Letter On The Clinton Gun Ban the use of banned assault weapons in crimes has declined and indeed across the UnitedStates, have supported an extension of the Assault weapons Ban because http://www.ravnwood.com/archives/003037.shtml
Extractions: Weblog Archive: Main Until this year, I had nothing but respect for Virginia's senior Senator. Having grown up in a military town, John Warner was one of our biggest allies. As chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Warner has done great things for the military and military families. But this year, he's done nothing but whittle away at the positive image I used to have for him. When he voted in favor of gun control I was somewhat shocked. And the letter he sent last week does nothing to improve that image. Mr. Warner writes: Dear ..., Thank you for contacting me to share your views about assault weapons. I appreciate your thoughts on this matter. During the Senate's consideration of S.1805, the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, I offered an amendment to the gun immunity bill based on legislation that Senator Feinstein (D-Ca) and I introduced, S.2109 (the Assault Weapons Ban Reauthorization Act). This amendment would have extended the Assault Weapons Ban for another ten years, and it passed the Senate with bipartisan support by a vote of 52-47. However, the gun immunity bill, S.1805, failed in the Senate by a vote of 8 to 90. Our bill, S.2109, is still pending before the Senate. Signed into law in 1994, the Assault Weapons Ban placed a 10 year prohibition on domestic manufacture, transfer, or possession of certain semi-automatic assault weapons. The ten year ban ends on September 13, 2004. Consequently, unless Congress and the President act prior to September 13, 2004, weapons like Uzis and AK-47s will once again be produced in America, and more and more often, these weapons will fall into the hands of criminals who lurk in our neighborhoods. President Bush has indicated that he supports a straight 10 year extension of this current law.
Miami University: Documents And Policies Crimes Reported, Year, Campus (residence halls only), Campus (not including residencehalls), Campus Total, Non weapons Law Violations, 2002 2001 2000, 0 0 0, 1 1 2, 11 http://www.miami.muohio.edu/documents_and_policies/right_to_know/campuscrime/cso
Extractions: * 7 non-verfied sexual assaults are included in the respective geographic locations. a Non-Campus is (1) any building or property owned or controlled by a student organization that is officially recognized by Miami; or (2) any building or property owned or controlled by Miami that is used in direct support of or in relation to, Miami's educational purposes, is frequently used by students, and is not within the same reasonably contiguous geograhic area of Miami. b Because our students live, work, and learn throughout the entire Oxford community, Miami has exceeded the reporting requirements for public property to include all crime statistics for the City of Oxford.
Brady Campaign - Carrying Concealed Weapons that ordinary people carrying hidden weapons would actually reduce the nation s soaringcrime rates lobby was successful, and many states changed their http://www.bradycampaign.org/facts/issues/?page=ccw