Parking ticket reminders work, but not for all

When most drivers see a slip of paper under their windshield wiper, they're unhappy about it—and maybe a little angry, probably with themselves—but they pay the fine. Parking tickets are a fact of life.

Peers can help cut juvenile re-offending

Punishment, policing, detention and other measures to reduce serious repeat offending by juveniles is often derailed by entrenched behaviors and an offender's unwillingness to walk away from their co-offending peers.

Empathy training could reduce crime

Research published in the journal Psychology, Crime & Law suggests a new, low-cost approach that could potentially reduce antisocial behavior and crime.

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