Himmelstein and Hannah Bruckner, Pediatrics Jan. The article states that lesbian, bisexual and gay youth are singled out more than their heterosexual counterparts for punishment from authorities, including police and school officials, according to a new study. It offers recommendations for helping law enforcement agencies achieve a smooth, rapid public warning activation program. Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: The project also helps local law enforcement agencies schedule firearm safety events in their communities. As of March , Project ChildSafe had distributed more than 9 million safety kits in nearly 12, communities in 46 states.
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The news was welcomed by those who oppose the frequent use of suspensions and expulsions, known as exclusionary discipline. In recent years, many policymakers and educators have called for the adoption of alternative disciplinary strategies that allow students to stay in school and not miss valuable learning time. Advocates for discipline reform contend that suspensions are meted out in a biased way, because minority students and those with disabilities receive a disproportionate share of them. Some also assert that reducing suspensions would improve school climate for all students.
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Keckler, University of New Mexico, finding a clear deterrent in the death penalty for those who murder and do not fear prison. The Case of Illinois," by Dale O. It is found that these actions are coincident with the increased risk of homicide incurred by the residents of Illinois over the 48 month post-event period for which data were available.