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[ad_1] “What does decrease crime is being able to provide cultural resources,” Taylor said. “So people have stable places to live, so that people have food, people have stable communities and safe communities. That’s what decreases crime.” But leaders like Joyce Sheperd, a city councilmember who represents the Atlanta district that includes Pittsburgh, are more
[ad_1] Anderson and Laura Potter, co-founder of ACE Interface, a national consultant on adverse childhood experiences, said numerous correlations between life circumstances and high ACE scores and child neglect have been identified. In Washington state, where Potter lives and works, areas with the highest ACE scores are also areas with the highest unemployment and the