Things like better education and increasing the likelihood of positive life outcomes would help.But yes, it essentially boils down to less kids = less money needed = less of a chance to result to petty crime. It not 100%, but crime gets engrained in the culture of children when their parents can even give them pocket money because they have 4 children, no job, and get caught up in hard drug usage.This is why you are dumb. You clearly don understand engineering so you don understand the complexity of robots.
A recent example of this is the community meeting held on January 12 to discuss recent shots fired incidents on the Northside. In collaboration with Dane County Supervisor Michele Ritt, Alder Larry Palm and me, Officer Dave Dexheimer assembled MPD and Community Development Division staff working on shots fired calls and youth violence on the Northside to paint a broader picture of what is happening with these incidents. North District Captain Jay Lengfeld and Gang Unit officer Terry Loos assured us that these incidents are not targeting people or property.
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But as you can see from our shoot which is based on Kildare Village stores, both fashion and activity orientated we were not short of options to hit the slopes in style. Kildare Village has many sports and outdoor activity stores that literally take you from the gym and running, to sailing and skiing. It was chosen by activity wear brand, Under Armour, to house their first ever European outlet store.
He made those decisions at regular White House viewing sessions, where his top White House aides and campaign officials would gather to laugh at and workshop ads, including some too “out there” even for the former president, Axios reports. A few times a month, former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale would bring his laptop to the White House and sit “so close” to Trump that it sometimes “bothered” him, a source tells Axios. Parscale would then play through a reel of campaign ads, including many inspired by “young, pro Trump fans who sent their ideas” to him, Axios continues.