With the shooting deaths of two Japanese students in the U.S. in the early 90's, crime in America has been of great concern in Japan. Producer Mary Beth Kirchner interviews Americans and Japanese about the subject of safety and compares the lifestyles of the two countries.
|Japan is a safer place to be a fish|
Japan is a Safer Place to be a Fish is a Soundprint classic produced by Mary Beth Kirschner, with associate producer Molly Murphy. The studio engineer was Robin Wise. Special thanks to George Cochee and the asian cultural council. Support for this program was provided by the Hoso-Bunka foundation.
Japan Information Network
"The portal to the world of Japan since 1985."
The Japan Times Online-World's Window on Japan
Japan's leading English-language daily newspaper.
CIA-The World Factbook--Japan
Features a map and brief descriptions of geography, economy, government, and people.
Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-34
by: Bryan Burrough 2005
Examine true stories of U.S. criminals during the FBI's "War on Crime."
Burglars on the Job: Street Life and Residential Break-ins
by: Richard Wright, Scott H. Decker 1996
See into the burglar's perspectives of burglarizing a residence.
The B and E book: Burglary Techniques and Investigation
by: Burt Rapp 1989
"A manual designed for the police officer in charge of a burglary invesitgation and civilians interested in reducing thier vulnerability th theft."