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Concerns about Downtown Safety Bleed into DDBA Discussion

Nov 19, 2015
Concerns about Downtown Safety Bleed into DDBA Discussion

During public comment at Tuesday’s city council meeting, Paul Frydental spoke. Mr. Frydendal is the uncle of one of the victims in a recent attack, last Saturday morning at 1:15 am, where three victims were knocked unconscious when they were jumped from behind and pummeled with baseball bats near downtown Davis. The victims were...

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Davis Vanguard
Analysis: Do We Have a Problem with Crime Downtown?

Nov 5, 2015
Analysis: Do We Have a Problem with Crime Downtown?

Recently in front of Mishka’s, Mayor Dan Wolk told the Sacramento Bee, “This is Davis and we’ve got a problem here… We can’t just move on like nothing happened here. We’ve got to see what’s going on and what we can do about it.” But do we have a problem here? Clearly we had...

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Davis Vanguard
Commentary: The Kids Are Alright

Sep 25, 2015
Commentary: The Kids Are Alright

It seems to in every major civilization, the older generation believes that the younger generation’s moral depravity will lead to the downfall of civilization. For the most part, that doesn’t really come to pass although civilizations have of course risen and fallen throughout history. While the recent murder at KetMoRee has brought about a...

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Davis Vanguard
Eye on the Courts: Are Murder Rates Really on the Rise?

Sep 8, 2015
Eye on the Courts: Are Murder Rates Really on the Rise?

We have noted for the last few weeks a growing belief among many that murder rates are rising and the #blacklivesmatter movement, according to some conservative publications, is to blame. Last week, they were handed heavy fuel in the form of a front-page New York Times article, Murder Rates Rising Sharply in Many U.S....

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Davis Vanguard
Analysis Finds Little Evidence to Support a “Ferguson Effect” on Crime

Analysis Finds Little Evidence to Support a “Ferguson Effect” on Crime

The Sentencing Project put out a new analysis this morning finding little support for a so-called “Ferguson effect” on crime in St. Louis, Missouri. The “Ferguson effect” describes a conjecture by some commentators that rising crime rates in some urban areas in recent months are the result of widespread protests against police misconduct and...

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Sac County Holds Workshop to Discuss Funding for Sheriffs

May 27, 2015
Sac County Holds Workshop to Discuss Funding for Sheriffs

Though many are concerned about crime rates in Sacramento County, there is still a dispute over the best way to handle it. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is seeking additional funding in order to improve on police presence in high-risk areas. Others insist that more unconventional measures are the key to bringing down crime...

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