Tag: Criminal Records

3 Ways You Can Buy Locally to Benefit Your Community

Buying locally has a number of benefits for your immediate community. Not only can you get some unique items–handmade crafts, clothing, fresh produce–but you’re also putting money back into the area around you rather than just sending it to a large company. However, if you’ve never tried to buy locally before, you might have a Read More…

How to Turn Self-Employment into a Small Business

Self-employment is booming, both in the United States and around the world. No matter where you live, it’s becoming increasingly common to work for yourself. If you’ve built a great self-employment job, chances are strong that it’s just going to keep getting bigger. To capitalize on that growth, you might want to start looking into Read More…

4 Ways Women Can Protect Themselves from Sexual Harassment

No one deserves to be the victim of sexual harassment or assault, no matter how they act, what they wear, or where they go. However, certain non-tangible things can help you prevent sexual harassment before it ever happens, or stop it in its tracks. One of the biggest things that make it difficult to escape Read More…

Why You Shouldn’t Sit at a Red Light With Your Car Door Unlocked

If your commute is especially long, you drive for a living, or you live in a very populated area, you probably spend a substantial amount of time sitting at red lights. While traffic lights are necessary to keep city streets organized and (relatively) accident-free, it can still be annoying to have to sit there for Read More…

How to Protect Yourself from Getting Robbed

The need to protect ourselves from crime is an unfortunate reality of daily life. However, even though it may be prudent to do so, people don’t like having to think about defending themselves. Many people may take classes or learn the basics of self-defense, but they hope to avoid having to use that knowledge. The Read More…

Three Ways College Campuses Are Improving Safety

Many college students are new to being on their own. They’ve just moved out of their parents’ home and are completely new to being responsible for themselves. While the world of college can be a great place to learn new life skills and keep yourself safe, it can still be very dangerous. Although only a minority Read More…

United States of Crime – Top Crimes Committed in US States

Amidst national crime trends, certain threats can be localized. For example, murders may be decreasing in one city as robberies are increasing in another. To identify the locations where crimes were the most or least common, we turned to crime data from the FBI. Notably, these crime numbers are only an indication of the true Read More…

The 411 on 420: Is Marijuana Legal in Your State?

Marijuana legislation is changing rapidly. Additionally, public opinion about marijuana is undergoing dramatic changes. The Pew Research Center reports that in the last two decades, public opinion has shifted from 31 percent of the U.S. thinking that marijuana should be legalized to 61 percent as of the latest 2017 poll. Amidst this rapidly changing judicial Read More…

How to Know if She’s the One

Flings and casual dates can be nice, but after a while, most people start looking for someone to settle down with. Whether that means full-on marriage or recognizing an extremely deep connection and deciding to stay with them for the foreseeable future, it’s an important part of many people’s relationships. But how do you know Read More…

How to Know If He’s the One

Once you’ve been in a relationship for long enough, you might start to wonder if this is whom you want to spend the rest of your life with. Short-term relationships are all well and good, but when you start actually feeling like you could spend a lifetime with someone, it’s probably time to investigate things Read More…