Posted Thursday, September 16, 2010
When you think of fugitives, you often think of criminals being doggedly pursued by the police. But a program in northeast Ohio next week will work the other way around-- it will offer fugitives a chance to turn themselves in. Safe Surrender programs give people an opportunity to clear their conscience and safely pay their debt to society. In the past, they've reigned in over 1,000 fugitives in the region. But how helpful are they in the big scheme of bringing people to justice? We'll talk with local law enforcement about Fugitive Safe Surrender programs and other efforts to crack down on crime, Thursday morning at 9, on the Sound of Ideas.
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How do you think it might go for a person who has drug trafficing (heroin) inditment.
Also can a police officer MAKE someone do an undercover drug deal to get an easier sentence.
She is terrified to do this as her name is “out” on the street as a snitch.