A new study finds that hate crimes actually declined slightly in 2008, despite an economic recession, increasing demographic diversification, and an apparent rise in the number of active hate groups.
Here’s one bright spot from the recession: crime has steadily declined since 2007, despite rising unemployment and police budget cuts. In 2010, property crime in the United States dropped for the eighth year in a row, and violent cr... Read Post
A new study finds that the economic recession has not spurred an increase in child abuse, as many feared. On the contrary, the University of Pennsylvania study shows “overall abuse and neglect figures declining slightly between 2008... Read Post