With more Americans now dying of drug overdose than traffic accidents, the Church of Scientology Seattle and the Foundation for a Drug-Free World join forces to combat the deadly opioid epidemic.
An open house on International Day Against Drug Abuse June 26 at the Church of Scientology Atlanta featured the Georgia Foundation for a Drug-Free World and motivational speaker James Brown.
'Street Stars: A Crime Reduction Theory' is Best Tool Yet for Cities, Activists
Protecting Your House of Worship — Church Safety Presentation
The New York Times first reported Whole Foods CEO John Mackey's association with spiritual leader Marc Gafni, a former rabbi accused of sexual abuse. The Times reported Gafni describing one of his accusers: "She was 14 going on 35, and I never forced her." The Washington Post reported on protests at Whole Foods stores in NYC and LA. Mackey issued a statement of loyalty to Gafni.
While traffic violations can seem trivial after the fine is paid, in the United States, a person's driving record is considered as part of a criminal record.
Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney, Arash Hashemi, to Discuss Drug Laws on February 18, 2017
People Magazine Tells the Story of Women Stopping Gun Crime
With more than one in four American adults possessing a criminal record, families looking to safeguard loved ones from potential criminals now offered a formidable tool; search feature accessible on-the-go and from any mobile device.
SearchQuarry.com, an online public records resource, explains how criminal records can be barriers to employment.
Studies show definitively that crime-prompted calls for police at convenience stores far outnumber those by topless clubs, despite the common misconception nightclubs generate violent crime.
Residents in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood enjoyed the annual National Night Out block party at the Church of Scientology.
Solveacrime.com is offering a $250,000 reward for information, arrest, and conviction of individual(s) that are planning any further ambush killings of police officers.
The Church of Scientology Community Center was the site of a historic summit of gang leaders held Sunday, July 17, in the name of peace. Now a new video and weekly conflict resolution meetings are giving a future and substance to the dream shared by the 2,500 people who attended the summit.
Drug-Free Tennessee marks International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking with drug prevention.
Launching a drug-free summer in style.
Volunteers at the Criminon Center in Clearwater, Florida, say that with a few hours each week you can do something effective to reduce crime. Help close the "revolving door" through which prisoners return to a life of crime and wind up back in jail.
Louisiana is the first state to nationwide friction to support the signing of the new bill "Blue Lives Matter." Governor John Bel Edwards signed the bill into law today expanding the definitions to protected class to add the state's hate-crimes statute for targeting police officers, firefighters and EMS personnel.
Hundreds of horses are being neglected, some beaten and abused in the Grand Canyon. SAVE Havasu launches a campaign to boycott their use and raise public awareness to elucidate the link between animal violence and child abuse and to reduce the violence against these defenseless creatures.
Parents can easily become overwhelmed with the day to day care of a child with special needs, and even more overwhelmed at trying to figure out how to care for that child long after the death of the parent, leading to sometimes tragic results. It is possible for parents to take real steps that will make a tremendous difference in their child's future life.