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Richard Rosenfeld

  • Blogs

    September 16, 2013

    St. Louis Gun Docket: Judges to Vote on Reform Proposal for Prosecution of Armed Offenders

    Less than a week after a controversial pro-gun bill died at the Missouri State Capitol -- one that local officials said would have obstructed law enforcement -- the judges of St. Louis' Circuit Court are voting today on a proposal that could help reduce gun violence in the city. That is according to ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 3, 2013

    Missouri to Host Urban Crime Summit With New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly

    Both St. Louis and Kansas City consistently make the top ten national lists for high levels of crime -- which is why Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is hosting a four-day Urban Crime Summit this month aimed at exploring potential policy solutions. For this effort, Missouri is bringing in New ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 31, 2013

    St. Louis Gun Violence: Judge Philip Heagney's Concerns with Armed Offender Docket Idea

    Last week, St. Louis mayor Francis Slay once again promoted the "extraordinary opportunity to reduce gun violence" in the city that he and his staff have been working on for more than a year. The idea is to create an "armed offender docket" in the St. Louis City Circuit Court, through which dedica ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 2, 2012

    City Cops Releasing More Detailed Crime Stats - For Free!

    The St. Louis Metropolitan Police department is now offering reams of criminal statistics on its website that, heretofore, you had to formally request (and likely pay for) -- a change that's "all to the good," says Richard Rosenfeld, an UMSL professor and criminologist-in-residence at City Hall. Up ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 21, 2011

    Police Department Teams With UMSL to Fight Crime

    University of Missouri--St. LouisUMSL criminology professor Richard Rosenfeld will soon become a regular presence at police headquarters.​Earlier today the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners voted to approve a partnership between the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, the Office of ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 16, 2009

    Overall Crime Down in St. Louis Despite Recession

    Remember, back when our economy was only starting its swirl down the shitter, experts predicted a spike in crime due to a recession?Well, experts be damned: according to police department data crunched by the Daily RFT, overall crime in St. Louis City was actually lower in the first quarter of ... More >>

  • News

    February 20, 2002

    Empty Promises

    Missouri has been pouring millions into prisons that aren't being used. But stay tuned: If politicians have their way, there will be plenty of inmates to go around.

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