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Neighbourhood Watch Program
Crime prevention tips   
Gated Communities and Crime Prevention
Community Police Forums (CPF's) and Crime in South Africa

Brief history of the Police and Policing in England and the United States
Focus on the peculiarities of criminals in the late 1800's and 1900's
Introduction of the Fingerprint System
Cyber Crimes And Solutions
Recognize Email Scams And Protect Yourself
Impressive Federal and Intelligence Agencies
FBI - Intelligence, national security and law enforcement (FBI's list of most wanted criminals, terrorists, missing persons,...)
Street lighting, a crime deterrent?
Prevent crime with Security and Dummy (Fake) Cameras
Identity Theft

Cannabis, Hemp and Marijuana (Dagga)
Illegal Drugs
Date Rape Drugs
Crack Addiction
An Analysis of Crystal Methamphetamine (Crystal Meth) Addiction
The Truth About Ecstasy
What You Need To Know About LSD
Side Effects of Cocaine Abuse on Health

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Internet Crime Complaint Center
 The best way to report Internet-
related crimes—which often involve
false or fraudulent claims to consumers—is to file a complaint
with the Internet Crime Complaint
Center (IC3).
So if you think you’ve been victi-
mized online—whether or not you actually lost money—IC3 wants
to hear from you.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), a governmental agency belonging to the United
States Department of Justice is an intelligence-
driven and a threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities, the mission of the
FBI is to protect and defend the United States
against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats,
to uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the
United States, and to provide leadership and
criminal justice services to federal, state, muni-
cipal, and international agencies and partners.