How do we police the homeless?

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How do we police the homeless?

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Post by NHGF [Feed] » Fri Sep 14, 2018 1:38 pm

Author: Jim Dudley and Doug Wyllie
<!--cke_bookmark_384S--><!--cke_bookmark_384E--> Download this week's episode on iTunes, SoundCloud or via RSS feed According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development there are more than 553,000 homeless people nationwide. California alone has an estimated 134,000 homeless individuals. Homelessness in and of itself is not a crime, but a lot of things that go along with it are crimes, and citizens rightly want the crimes taking place on the sidewalks in front of their homes and businesses to stop. The trouble is, even for the most serious crimes, the offenders are usually back out on the street quickly, with nothing really being solved. In this podcast segment, Jim and Doug discuss the failed strategies that have led to widespread chronic homelessness, and offer some new ideas to fix the problem. Learn More Lessons learned from 25 years of policing the homeless How a PD's homeless outreach program reunited a family Quiet Warrior: How a Chicago cop changed a homeless veteran's life Policing Matters Podcast: Homelessness and the police



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