Community policing is a type of law enforcement system and philosophy that combines traditional methods with problem-solving techniques that involve community cooperation and partnerships, according to TheFreeDictionary by Farlex. One of its main objectives is to avoid alienation of law enforcement
People over 55 can find low-income housing communities through the HUD Public Housing Program, reports the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Additionally, people over 55 can search for privately owned low-income apartments for their age group using a search engine on the HUD website.
Socioeconomic status is defined as a combination of occupation, education and income that defines the standing and class of an individual, family or group. Typically, a person can have either a low or high socioeconomic status, depending on their access to resources and other factors relating to pow
A status bar on a computer is used to display information about the running program. They are often used in Internet browsers, document creation tools and other complex programs.
Status inconsistency is a condition in which a person's social position is high in one regard but low in another regard. For example, in male-dominated industries, a woman in a position of power may experience status inconsistency. The woman's low gender status combined with her high position in the
A divorce status hearing is held during a divorce to set dates and deadlines for the progression of the proceedings. This hearing also lets the judge hear the issues at hand.
In sociology, master status refers to a primary or core social position that supersedes all other statuses making up a person’s identity and personality. This master status influences nearly every decision and action a person makes in their daily life. For many people, their occupation, level of edu
With major telecom companies not offering broadband in poorer neighborhoods, community organizers are training locals to manage and implement their own networks to create equity and opportunities. An award-winning team of journalists, designers, and videographers who tell brand stories through Fast
People are using low-power FM radio stations (LPFMs) to inform, educate and spark change in their communities. In the 1990 movie "Pump Up the Volume," Christian Slater plays a high-school student who uses pirated airwaves to create change in his community. Over his evening-only radio show, the teena
In places where people already lack resources, it’s much more difficult to recover from a storm. These maps of the neediest places in the hurricane’s path could help. An award-winning team of journalists, designers, and videographers who tell brand stories through Fast Company's distinctive lens Wha