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Really Simple Syndication (RSS)


The CrimeSolutions.gov RSS Feed provides subscribers with the latest information posted to the CrimeSolutions.gov home page. By adding this RSS feed to your news aggregator, you will receive notices of new publications, upcoming events, and other announcements. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is an easy way for you to keep up with news and information and helps you avoid the conventional methods of browsing or searching for information on Web sites. All you need is an RSS reader or news aggregator. These tools allow you to scan headlines from a number of news sources in a central location. For more information about U.S. Government RSS feeds, please visit the RSS Library Reference Center on USA.gov.

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To subscribe to the CrimeSolutions.gov RSS feed, copy the URL from the box below and paste it into your preferred RSS reader (e.g., Bloglines, MyYahoo!, etc.). Alternatively, if you are using Firefox or Internet Explorer version 7 or later, and you would like to use your browser as an RSS reader, click the orange RSS icon next to the Web site address to add it to your browser’s list of feeds. You will automatically receive updates each time a new announcement is placed on the CrimeSolutions.gov home page