Monthly Archives: February 2015

23Feb, 2015

North Carolina’s War on Synthetic Drugs
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North Carolina’s War on Synthetic Drugs Though synthetic drugs were banned in North Carolina in 2011, many gas stations and convenience stores continue to sell them under the guise of potpourri, herbal incense, bath salts, and jewelry cleaners, giving these dangerous products a false appearance of Continue reading “North Carolina’s War on Synthetic Drugs”

12Feb, 2015

Don’t Let a Teen Dating Violence Conviction Ruin Your Future
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If you’re a teenager, you probably have a lot on your mind. You’ve got homework to turn in. Tests to pass. Friends and extra-curricular activities to make time for. There’s the college admissions process looming overhead, and your future to Continue reading “Don’t Let a Teen Dating Violence Conviction Ruin Your Future”

09Feb, 2015

Crime Stoppers Program Helps Police Catch Drug Users
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Crime Stoppers Program Helps Police Catch Drug Users

Everybody can use some help now and then. And it’s no different for our boys (and girls) in blue. As capable as they are, even Greensboro police officers can benefit from a little support from the community. And support is Continue reading “Crime Stoppers Program Helps Police Catch Drug Users”

03Feb, 2015

Are Over-the-Counter Breath Tests Reliable?
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Are Over-the-Counter Breath Tests Reliable

You may be familiar with the new over-the-counter breath tests that have recently become available in drug stores and gas stations in North Carolina. The tests are simple, small, and extremely cheap—you can find them at many local gas stations Continue reading “Are Over-the-Counter Breath Tests Reliable?”

03Feb, 2015

Body Cameras May Provide Protection from Police Brutality
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Body Cameras May Provide Protection from Police Brutality

The recent shootings of unarmed black men in Missouri and New York have awakened the public to a disturbingly prevalent problem in our country—police brutality. Police brutality refers to the use of physical, verbal, or psychological intimidation by an officer Continue reading “Body Cameras May Provide Protection from Police Brutality”