Crime Likely to Rise in New COVID-19 Lockdown, Police
County drug gangs, child sexual exploitation, domestic violence as well as a more general rise in crime could occur unless poverty and homelessness are tackled, a police chief has warned. Thu, Nov …


Analysis: how crime changes during a lockdown | UCL News
Professor Nick Tilley (UCL Security and Crime Science) joint-authors an article discussing which types of crime are likely to decrease and which will increase during the Covid-19 lockdown. Life under lockdown is not only changing how people live, but also how crime occurs.


Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on crime – Wikipedia
Crime. COVID-19 caused a reduction in many types of crime around the world. A report by USA Today on 4 April 2020 showed a decrease in criminal incidents (in America) since 15 March in nineteen out of twenty police agencies examined. However, the report also noted an increase in domestic violence. Some police departments are intentionally arresting fewer people to prevent potential spread of …


New Perspective on Crime and Punishment Due to COVID-19
The exact role COVID-19 has played in this uptick in violent crime nationally, and globally, remains to be determined, but a new set of assessment tools developed by researchers at University College London could help us better understand the relationship (such as it is). The researchers published their findings on October 14th in PLOS ONE.


Rise in violent crime ‘almost inevitable’ post lockdown
Rise in violent crime ‘almost inevitable’ post lockdown, top cop warns after Birmingham knife frenzy and London violence. … in the context of Covid-19, that a lot of the pent-up feelings of …


Coronavirus: Rise in domestic abuse incidents during COVID
Coronavirus: Rise in domestic abuse incidents during COVID-19 outbreak, police leader warns. Greater Manchester’s deputy mayor for policing and crime says authorities are preparing for serious …


Police chief dragged after declaring British ‘civic duty …
UK residents who report their neighbors and local businesses to the police for violating the country’s increasingly stringent Covid-19 control measures are just doing their “civic duty” and should be praised, not ostracized, Merseyside chief constable Andy Cooke told the Daily Mail on Wednesday. Also on rt.com These new totalitarians now want to police what we say around the dinner table.


Cops WILL enter homes and break-up Christmas family …
COPS will go into Brits’ homes and break up Christmas family gatherings if they break lockdown rules, a police chief has warned. David Jamieson, the West Midlands police and crime commissione…


Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner warns force can …
Northumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner has urged Boris Johnson’s Government to set out now the rules that will be in place over Christmas, so that families can plan ahead.


Crime data during COVID-19 shows spike in business break …
Domestic incidents on the rise in York Region amid COVID-19 crisis, police say; Pattenden said the increase is likely due to “more people being at home now, spending more time with each other than …
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