There are a lot of bad guys out there and we all need to watch out if we don’t want to fall victim to theft. But you can’t be vigilant if you don’t know what to look for. Here is an infographic that guides you on the various types of burglars and how to protect yourself against them.
From the phony salesman to identity theft, older people are often the favored target for fraudsters. If you have elderly people in your family or circle, you need to do everything you can to protect them.
While legal gun ownership is a right protected by the 2nd Amendment, it still comes with a genuine degree of risk and responsibility. As some cities are now making it a requirement to purchase gun liability insurance for your registered firearm, should you consider getting the insurance for yourself?
Here is a visual graph that shows the percentages in the every state across the United States of various weapons used in homicides. Weapons are broken down into different types of firearms including handguns, shotguns, rifles, as well as a category of unknown firearms.
It is difficult to recover from infidelity in a relationship and there are certain steps that both the betrayed spouse and the unfaithful spouse need to take if they want to repair their union. Here is an infographic that outlines how many people cheat, why they cheat, and how couples can recover from infidelity.
When one starts looking statistics of workplace violence in America, it is pretty obvious that this is a serious problem. Each year, millions of Americans report cases of workplace violence and unfortunately, many more go unreported. In the following visual, discover which U.S. states have the most workplace homicides.
Doesn’t it sometimes seem like every time you turn on the news, there is another story about someone being shot or even killed by police? To contextualize the number of people killed by police, here is an infographic that takes data from the 100 most populous cities in the United States and compares rates of fatal police shootings.
Detective Brian Matthews was recently featured in an article on Los Angeles Magazine entitled, “The Private Investigators Who Track Down L.A.’s Cheaters Tell All,” which takes a look at some of L.A.’s top private investigators most memorable romance-related cases. Following are excerpts of Detective Matthew’s responses to the questions posed in the article.
The Violent Crime Index compares the 50 most populous cities in the United States by violent crime incidents per 100,000 residents in each city. The data covers offenses known to law enforcement as reported to the FBI as part of the Uniform Crime Reporting program. The offenses included are murder and non-negligent manslaughter, raper, robbery, and aggravated assault. This leads us to the question of, “Where are you most likely to be a victim of violent crime in the United States?”
Here is an infographic lays out the typical process of a background check. In addition, it looks at how to find the right provider once you’ve decided you want to run a background check, lists of the most common infractions found when running background checks, and explores “the dark side” of background checks.