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Pennsylvania Crime in Perspective 2001

Crime in the "Keystone State" (Pennsylvania Crime in Perspective)
  • 22 Pages
  • 0.81 MB
  • English

Morgan Quitno Corporation
Criminology, Government - State & Provincial, Reference, Statistics, Yearbooks & Annuals, Soci
ContributionsScott Morgan (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10667708M
ISBN 10074010487X
ISBN 139780740104879

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The history of criminal offense in Pennsylvania is documented in this book, beginning with a general survey of crime in the state and then focusing on its headline cases. Included are Philadelphia and Pittsburgh mob activities, the year hunt for killer Ira Einhorn, the murder of Philadelphia-area schoolteacher Susan Reinert, the Freeman teenagers in Allentown who stabbed their parents to.

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Report on police corruption and the quality of law enforcement in Philadelphia / the Pennsylvania Crime Commission. Police Pennsylvania Philadelphia., Law enforcement Pennsylvania Philadelphia. Publisher Pennsylvania Crime. The Pennsylvania Crime Commis­ sion is mandated by statute to investi gate organized crime.

Their task is not only to find the facts, but morr:Nmpo!,­ tantly to convince the general pub~/c that organized crime is not.a mythIC, film land story line. The public seems ambivalent in their belief in the exist­. Situational crime prevention has drawn increasing interest in recent years,yet the debate has looked mainly at whether it 'works' to prevent crime.

This volume addresses the ethics of situational crime prevention and also examines the place of situational crime prevention within criminology.

The contributors are twelve distinguished criminologists who together advance our understanding of the. extensive that the Pennsylvania Crime Commission places only a minimum estimate of $million in annual unreported income in Pennsylvania.

The Crime Commission's probe confirms that Organized Crime connected pizza and cheese businesses have made large amounts of money in Pennsylvania through questionable business. The Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing, in accordance with 42 Pa.C.S.

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§ (relating to adoption of guidelines for sentencing), shall provide for a sentence enhancement within its guidelines for an offense under this section when at the time of the offense the complainant is under 18 years of age or has an intellectual disability or the.

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(1) A crime is a murder of the first degree, of the second degree or of the third degree if it is so designated in this title or if a person convicted of criminal homicide may be sentenced in accordance with the provisions of section (relating to sentence for murder and murder of an unborn child).

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