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We've Seen This Movie Before: Current Events Through a Filmmaker's Lens

Shootings, Stabbings, Murder, and Mayhem! Grab a bucket of popcorn and find your seat—the projector is rolling and the show's about to begin.

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NYPD Commissioner Praises Officers for Bringing Down Murder Rate

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said the reduction in shootings and homicides “reflects the hard and often dangerous work of the men and women of the NYPD.”

Editorial: The Year Chicago Died

The Windy City is experiencing a terrifying wave of violence that is being abetted by progressive politicians and their policies.

NM Governor Deploying State Police to Albuquerque for Crime Response

“I know New Mexicans are beyond sick and tired of crime,” the governor said in a statement. “This state has prioritized rehabilitation and reform within the criminal justice system as well as essential community policing efforts. And we likewise must prioritize aggressive crime prevention.”

Chicago Officer was One of 11 People Killed in 73 Shootings in City Over Weekend

At least 73 people were shot, 10 fatally, in Chicago from 6 p.m. Friday through midnight Sunday, according to police.

Veteran LAPD Officer Says Progressive Laws Have Made Crime Pay

"Crime does pay right now across this country. Criminals know that they have the green light to pretty much do what they want to do because we're in an era where we coddle criminals instead of holding them accountable," Deon Joseph said Wednesday."

After Defunding Seattle Mayor Says City Needs to Hire More Police

Mayor Jenny Durkan added that the weekend violence is a "reminder" that there are certain emergency situations that require sworn police officers.

Poll: 90% of Detroit Residents Want More Police

In Detroit, 1 in 5 residents (19%) cited public safety as the biggest issue facing the city, second only to education, named by 23%. On a list of eight concerns, police reform ranked last, at 4%.

DC Chief Links Marijuana to Rise in Violent Crime

“We have taken on a mindset that marijuana is not really a big issue in our city,” Chief Robert Contee said. “I can tell you that marijuana undoubtedly is connected to violent crimes that we are seeing in our communities.”

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Poll: Voters Want Congress to Investigate 2020's Anti-Police Riots

In analyzing the survey results, the National Police Association (NPA) blamed reaction of elected officials to last year’s protests, which began after the death of George Floyd during a May arrest in Minneapolis, for a subsequent rise in violent crime.

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