#streetviolence

#santacon #streetgangs #cool #pow #streetviolence #hooligans #anybodys #crackojacko #youmakethisworldlousy #boyboycrazyboy #vomit #christmas #itschristmastimeinthecity
#Trak1 #StreetViolence #1991 #90srave
This happened a few hours ago and is becoming viral around social media. Plenty of insights. Many versions of the story. One lesson to be learned - ALWAYS BE ALERT ABOUT YOUR SURROUNDINGS.
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This may or may not be a prank. However, this has been a recurring incident between vans associated with kidnappings. .

Here are a few things to do right away:

1. report to authorities immediately.
2. take photos/videos of the incident and make sure you get a clear image of the plate number.
3. shout for help. draw attention to the scene so that everyone in the area is made aware of what's happening.
4. unless you know what to do during these  moments DO NOT be a hero and jump into action - you don't know whether the assailants are armed or not.
5. You can help by destroying the vehicle windows by throwing rocks or any hard object at it. To an extent you can puncture the vehicle's tires if you have a knife or sharp object with you. .

Prevention will always be better than cure. * Be aware of your surroundings. * Avoid doodling with your phone  while walking in dark uncrowded areas. * Any suspicious car, people, groups, etc approaching you walk the opposite direction or look for the nearest security guard / police in the area. .

Stay safe everyone.
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#publicsafety #makati #selfprotection
This happened a few hours ago and is becoming viral around social media. Plenty of insights. Many versions of the story. One lesson to be learned - ALWAYS BE ALERT ABOUT YOUR SURROUNDINGS.
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This may or may not be a prank. However, this has been a recurring incident between vans associated with kidnappings. .

Here are a few things to do right away:

1. report to authorities immediately.
2. take photos/videos of the incident and make sure you get a clear image of the plate number.
3. shout for help. draw attention to the scene so that everyone in the area is made aware of what's happening.
4. unless you know what to do during these moments DO NOT be a hero and jump into action - you don't know whether the assailants are armed or not.
5. You can help by destroying the vehicle windows by throwing rocks or any hard object at it. To an extent you can puncture the vehicle's tires if you have a knife or sharp object with you. .

Prevention will always be better than cure. * Be aware of your surroundings. * Avoid doodling with your phone while walking in dark uncrowded areas. * Any suspicious car, people, groups, etc approaching you walk the opposite direction or look for the nearest security guard / police in the area. .

Stay safe everyone.
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#publicsafety #makati #selfprotection
I just got done reading this excellent book about a bold, evidence-based approach for ending street violence in cities like ours. The book should be required reading for elected officials in Baltimore and @baltimorepolicedepartment leadership. I also strongly recommend this book to anyone who cares about the 300+ people who are murdered every year in our city, the hundreds more who are shot, and the tens of thousands living in areas of the city where violence is commonplace. The thing I find most refreshing about this book is that it transcends the tired debates between conservatives and progressives that make a ton of noise, but ultimately fail to deliver effective solutions for our street violence problem. While we’re arguing about whether we should be “tough on crime” or focus only on the “root causes of violence” or whether the community or the police are to blame for the violence, thousands of people are literally bleeding out. This book offers an evidence-based plan to stop the bleeding now, not in some distant future. It also provides a roadmap for implementation and is packed full of numbers, studies, and stories that will convince even the most skeptical person that ending the street violence problem in our city is an achievable goal. Now all we need are leaders in Baltimore who are willing to embrace the evidence and get to work. Fortunately for all of us, particularly those most affected by street violence, a mayoral election is coming up in May.
I just got done reading this excellent book about a bold, evidence-based approach for ending street violence in cities like ours. The book should be required reading for elected officials in Baltimore and @baltimorepolicedepartment leadership. I also strongly recommend this book to anyone who cares about the 300+ people who are murdered every year in our city, the hundreds more who are shot, and the tens of thousands living in areas of the city where violence is commonplace. The thing I find most refreshing about this book is that it transcends the tired debates between conservatives and progressives that make a ton of noise, but ultimately fail to deliver effective solutions for our street violence problem. While we’re arguing about whether we should be “tough on crime” or focus only on the “root causes of violence” or whether the community or the police are to blame for the violence, thousands of people are literally bleeding out. This book offers an evidence-based plan to stop the bleeding now, not in some distant future. It also provides a roadmap for implementation and is packed full of numbers, studies, and stories that will convince even the most skeptical person that ending the street violence problem in our city is an achievable goal. Now all we need are leaders in Baltimore who are willing to embrace the evidence and get to work. Fortunately for all of us, particularly those most affected by street violence, a mayoral election is coming up in May.
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شش کلیشه درباره آزار خیابانی زنان

گفته می شود:
کرم از خود درخته، خودشون میخوان.
اما چنین نیست
آزار خیابانی تجربه ای ناخواسته و دردناک است و چیزی نیست که کسی آن را بخواهد.

گفته می شود:
با پوشش مناسب آزارها متوقف می شود.
اما چنین نیست
بسیاری از زنان چادری تجربه آزارهای کلامی و فیزیکی را از سر گذرانده اند.

گفته می شود:
قربانی می تواند جلوی آزارها را بگیرد.
اما چنین نیست
قربانی صرفا با نه گفتن نمی تواند جلوی آزارها را بگیرد و در بسیاری از موارد برای حفظ آبرو سکوت می کند.

گفته می شود:
محرومیت جوانان باعث آزار خیابانی می شود.
اما چنین نیست
این رفتارها برای قدرت نمایی و سلطه هستند. البته بسیاری از پسرها هم هستند که در آزارهای خیابانی مشارکت نمی کنند.

گفته می شود:
با نادیده گرفتن، آزارها متوقف می شود.
اما چنین نیست
رفتار خشونت آمیز را نمی شود با نادیده گرفتن متوقف کرد. باید به آن اعتراض کرد تا به موضوعی عادی بدل نشود. .
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گفته می شود:
اگر مرد و زن از هم جدا شوند مشکل حل می شود.
اما چنین نیست
نمی شود در جامعه دیوار کشید. آموزش و احترام به یکدیگر است که می تواند جلوی این آزارها را بگیرد. جدایی هیچ کمکی نمی کند. 
منبع: خشونت بس، روزآروز

#خشونت_بس
#آزار_خیابانی
#خشونت_علیه_زنان
#مطالبات_زنان
#violenceagainstwomen 
#streetviolence 
#women_rights
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شش کلیشه درباره آزار خیابانی زنان

گفته می شود:
کرم از خود درخته، خودشون میخوان.
اما چنین نیست
آزار خیابانی تجربه ای ناخواسته و دردناک است و چیزی نیست که کسی آن را بخواهد.

گفته می شود:
با پوشش مناسب آزارها متوقف می شود.
اما چنین نیست
بسیاری از زنان چادری تجربه آزارهای کلامی و فیزیکی را از سر گذرانده اند.

گفته می شود:
قربانی می تواند جلوی آزارها را بگیرد.
اما چنین نیست
قربانی صرفا با نه گفتن نمی تواند جلوی آزارها را بگیرد و در بسیاری از موارد برای حفظ آبرو سکوت می کند.

گفته می شود:
محرومیت جوانان باعث آزار خیابانی می شود.
اما چنین نیست
این رفتارها برای قدرت نمایی و سلطه هستند. البته بسیاری از پسرها هم هستند که در آزارهای خیابانی مشارکت نمی کنند.

گفته می شود:
با نادیده گرفتن، آزارها متوقف می شود.
اما چنین نیست
رفتار خشونت آمیز را نمی شود با نادیده گرفتن متوقف کرد. باید به آن اعتراض کرد تا به موضوعی عادی بدل نشود. .
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گفته می شود:
اگر مرد و زن از هم جدا شوند مشکل حل می شود.
اما چنین نیست
نمی شود در جامعه دیوار کشید. آموزش و احترام به یکدیگر است که می تواند جلوی این آزارها را بگیرد. جدایی هیچ کمکی نمی کند.
منبع: خشونت بس، روزآروز

#خشونت_بس
#آزار_خیابانی
#خشونت_علیه_زنان
#مطالبات_زنان
#violenceagainstwomen
#streetviolence
#women_rights
Forget gun crime, I just watched the geezer in the cuff stab a security guard square in the face with none other than.... a classical FLUTE. Blood everywhere. He then proceeded to entertain the gobsmacked onlookers with a terrible rendition of ‘we wish you a merry Christmas’ as we all waited for the cops to arrive. ‘Tis the season’ - • THIS is why I love walking city streets on my own and getting lost. You don’t see the good shit from a tourist map... merry Christmas you filthy animals. 👍🏻✌🏻🍏🗽🚓 #newyork #welcometonyc #thebigapple #streetviolence #bewareoftheflute #nypd #someonecall911 #takeyoassdown #usaroadtrip #aussieandthepome
Forget gun crime, I just watched the geezer in the cuff stab a security guard square in the face with none other than.... a classical FLUTE. Blood everywhere. He then proceeded to entertain the gobsmacked onlookers with a terrible rendition of ‘we wish you a merry Christmas’ as we all waited for the cops to arrive. ‘Tis the season’ - • THIS is why I love walking city streets on my own and getting lost. You don’t see the good shit from a tourist map... merry Christmas you filthy animals. 👍🏻✌🏻🍏🗽🚓 #newyork #welcometonyc #thebigapple #streetviolence #bewareoftheflute #nypd #someonecall911 #takeyoassdown #usaroadtrip #aussieandthepome
Although Baltimore had the 2nd most street violence per capita in 2018 among large American cities, not all of our streets are violent. In fact most streets in the city don’t have any shootings in a given year and many streets almost never have shootings. Baltimore’s violence is heavily concentrated on some streets and areas of the city. In 2018, Hollins St and Preston St were the most violent streets, each with 5 homicides a piece.  Hollins St is an east-west artery that runs through southwest Baltimore from near MLK Blvd to Franklintown Rd. Its most famous landmark is Hollins Market (pictured here), one of 6 public city markets. Even along Hollins St, violence is not distributed evenly. The part of Hollins St that runs by Hollins Market as well as the part that runs through Union Square are both charming and relatively safe. Some of the city’s other most violent streets last year were Franklintown Rd, McCulloh St, and Monroe St, each with 4 homicides a piece and all located in West Baltimore.
Although Baltimore had the 2nd most street violence per capita in 2018 among large American cities, not all of our streets are violent. In fact most streets in the city don’t have any shootings in a given year and many streets almost never have shootings. Baltimore’s violence is heavily concentrated on some streets and areas of the city. In 2018, Hollins St and Preston St were the most violent streets, each with 5 homicides a piece. Hollins St is an east-west artery that runs through southwest Baltimore from near MLK Blvd to Franklintown Rd. Its most famous landmark is Hollins Market (pictured here), one of 6 public city markets. Even along Hollins St, violence is not distributed evenly. The part of Hollins St that runs by Hollins Market as well as the part that runs through Union Square are both charming and relatively safe. Some of the city’s other most violent streets last year were Franklintown Rd, McCulloh St, and Monroe St, each with 4 homicides a piece and all located in West Baltimore.
Will do as much as i can when it comes to #advocatingforyouth within #streetviolence ! Painted with Artist @presone and hung out with Kids being an Element of #Empowerment Much Love @urbanpeace510 for Still Striving !
Will do as much as i can when it comes to #advocatingforyouth within #streetviolence ! Painted with Artist @presone and hung out with Kids being an Element of #Empowerment Much Love @urbanpeace510 for Still Striving !
A new post at last. My Aggro 70 collection in 28mm. The firm wears the colours of Linden 07. The club of my part of town.

#aggro70 #28mm #miniaturepainting #modernwarfare #football #hooligans #streetviolence
A new post at last. My Aggro 70 collection in 28mm. The firm wears the colours of Linden 07. The club of my part of town.

#aggro70 #28mm #miniaturepainting #modernwarfare #football #hooligans #streetviolence
Sergei Stroitelev - The color of violence at #pasilankaupunkitaidekeskus 
#streetart #streetviolence #racism #photography #sergeistroitelev
Generacion dorada ADIDAS ACAB CHILE el modelo mas doloroso de #latinoamerica pídelo en #chiledesperto ✊🏻 #chilegram #noviembre2019 #adidas #acab #temuco #adidaschile #adidassuperstar #plazadagobertogodoy #acabchile #resistelaviolencia #sindisparos #nomasrepresion #adidasoriginals #noestamosenguerra el que no le da like es #paco #camilocatrillanca #temucogram #temucochile #streetviolence #journalphotography #worldphotography #nomasmuertosporluchar #dignidad #justiciasocial #trapchileno #14noviembre
#angryaiwen #vandale #streetviolence #dégradationurbaine #casserlabaraque
Opened the @baltimoresun this morning to read these unfortunate quotes from @mayorbcyoung. In an attempt to deflect responsibility for what will almost certainly be another year surpassing 300 homicides in Baltimore, Mayor Young said, “I’m not committing the murders.” He want on to say, “How can you fault leadership [for the violence]?” With all due respect Mayor Young, how can you not fault leadership? We need to think differently if we hope to end the violence in this city. The way of thinking Mayor Young espouses will just get us more of the same sad results.
Opened the @baltimoresun this morning to read these unfortunate quotes from @mayorbcyoung. In an attempt to deflect responsibility for what will almost certainly be another year surpassing 300 homicides in Baltimore, Mayor Young said, “I’m not committing the murders.” He want on to say, “How can you fault leadership [for the violence]?” With all due respect Mayor Young, how can you not fault leadership? We need to think differently if we hope to end the violence in this city. The way of thinking Mayor Young espouses will just get us more of the same sad results.
Found next to observation park. Paz en el barrio #kcmo #killacity #streetfound #westside #gunsoffthestreets #bullet #foundobjects #guns #streetviolence #paz
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#killing #crime #guns #monster #death #hiphop #murder #devil #ine #mafia #criminal #sent #bloody #ix #eminem #biggiesmalls #cocaine #weed #drugs #drdre #gangster #compton #italianmafia #savage #s #pac #streetviolence #eazye #icecube #bhfyp
If you end up on the ground, remember, you are not there to grapple .........
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Credits @groundfighting
 #grappling #bjj #brazilianjujitsu #wrestling #sambo #judo #fights #fighting #streetviolence #combatives #kravmaga #selfdefense #personalprotection #closeprotection #bodyguard #jkd #jeetkunedo #knifefighting #realitybasedtraining #systema
A small part of my televison interview about the growing street violence in the City of Oss.

#interview #television #streetviolence #straatwijs #streetsmart #patrickbaas #samlungmartialarts #kravmaga #kravmagakids #pencaksilat #panglipur #ceceparifrahman #mishaellopescardozo #shokosugi #stevenseagal #chucknorris #cityofoss #dtv #selfdefence #selfdefense #kickstartnaarkracht #expert #books
Downtown Baltimore and the Inner Harbor can be pretty and safe after dark, but in some other parts of the city, night can be a very dangerous time. Many people that I’ve talked to who live in the more violent neighborhoods of the city have told me that they don’t even bother going outside after dark unless they need to for work or school. Using the data I gathered from my 2018 street violence awareness project, I was able to see which 6-hour block of the day was the most violent in Baltimore. The data show that most homicides (40%) occurred in the evening (6pm - 11:59pm). The least homicides (11%) occurred in the morning (6am - 11:59am). The remainder of the homicides were about evenly split between early morning and afternoon. After looking at the data, it makes sense to me why many residents living in the most violent parts of the city choose to stay home after dark. The thing that doesn’t make sense is why so many people in a country as wealthy as ours have to live their lives this way. Sadly, across too many of Baltimore’s neighborhoods, the so-called inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness vanish as soon as the sun sets.
Downtown Baltimore and the Inner Harbor can be pretty and safe after dark, but in some other parts of the city, night can be a very dangerous time. Many people that I’ve talked to who live in the more violent neighborhoods of the city have told me that they don’t even bother going outside after dark unless they need to for work or school. Using the data I gathered from my 2018 street violence awareness project, I was able to see which 6-hour block of the day was the most violent in Baltimore. The data show that most homicides (40%) occurred in the evening (6pm - 11:59pm). The least homicides (11%) occurred in the morning (6am - 11:59am). The remainder of the homicides were about evenly split between early morning and afternoon. After looking at the data, it makes sense to me why many residents living in the most violent parts of the city choose to stay home after dark. The thing that doesn’t make sense is why so many people in a country as wealthy as ours have to live their lives this way. Sadly, across too many of Baltimore’s neighborhoods, the so-called inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness vanish as soon as the sun sets.
I left California for a Red State almost This is heartbreaking, and this is terrifying. This is not the California I grew up in. .
What do you think? Is this Leftist policies destroying the state? Or is it just.... “the way it is” for those living in denial in the state?
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#losangeles #cesspool #drainthisswamp #blackplague #sickness #disease #armageddon #thirdworldsociety #californianightmare  #californiadreaming #homelessness #streetviolence #nothankyou #fromdarktolight #wtf #q #qanon #cityoflosangeles #savela
I left California for a Red State almost This is heartbreaking, and this is terrifying. This is not the California I grew up in. .
What do you think? Is this Leftist policies destroying the state? Or is it just.... “the way it is” for those living in denial in the state?
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#losangeles #cesspool #drainthisswamp #blackplague #sickness #disease #armageddon #thirdworldsociety #californianightmare #californiadreaming #homelessness #streetviolence #nothankyou #fromdarktolight #wtf #q #qanon #cityoflosangeles #savela
I had the opportunity to meet Michael Harrison, the Baltimore Police Department’s 41st Commissioner, at a public safety walk (I highly recommend doing this if he organizes one in your part of town). Commissioner Harrison took over the BPD in March of this year after a successful tenure at the New Orleans Police Department. Despite the leadership change, violence in the city is still at an all time high and we are expected to top 300 homicides again this year (285 as of this post). I don’t fault Commissioner Harrison for this sad state of affairs though. Turning around an organization that is as understaffed, overworked, and corrupt as the BPD is like turning around an aircraft carrier. It takes the right ideas, resources, and a lot of time to accomplish this huge task. I was pleased to hear the commissioner discuss deploying evidence-based policing strategies to be used in conjunction with evidence-based violence reduction programs. Street violence is an incredibly difficult problem to solve and if we’re going to have any shot at solving it, we need to be using strategies and programs that have been proven to work. Glad that we have a commissioner that understands this. I’m hoping that in 2020, we will start seeing some of the fruits of this strategy.
I had the opportunity to meet Michael Harrison, the Baltimore Police Department’s 41st Commissioner, at a public safety walk (I highly recommend doing this if he organizes one in your part of town). Commissioner Harrison took over the BPD in March of this year after a successful tenure at the New Orleans Police Department. Despite the leadership change, violence in the city is still at an all time high and we are expected to top 300 homicides again this year (285 as of this post). I don’t fault Commissioner Harrison for this sad state of affairs though. Turning around an organization that is as understaffed, overworked, and corrupt as the BPD is like turning around an aircraft carrier. It takes the right ideas, resources, and a lot of time to accomplish this huge task. I was pleased to hear the commissioner discuss deploying evidence-based policing strategies to be used in conjunction with evidence-based violence reduction programs. Street violence is an incredibly difficult problem to solve and if we’re going to have any shot at solving it, we need to be using strategies and programs that have been proven to work. Glad that we have a commissioner that understands this. I’m hoping that in 2020, we will start seeing some of the fruits of this strategy.

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