In this column for our Viewpoints series, Gregg Barak questions how simple measures supported by the majority of Americans ...
National crime data is a mess, and last year already-inconsistent agency participation in FBI crime data collection fell by ...
Over 100 formerly incarcerated New Yorkers advocated for the Elder Parole and Fair and Timely Parole bills in Albany, New York on Wednesday, Jacob Kaye.
In the wake of a wave of allegations and investigations of sexual misconduct and corruption among the Metropolitan Police Service, the Greater London police see two to three officers face criminal ...
The University of New Haven's Center for Advanced Policing has been awarded a $1 million grant from the Department of Justice to fund a de-escalation training program.
Today, 16 members of the Washington Heights-based narcotics trafficking group, 174th Street Crew, were charged with federal crimes by U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Damian ...
The passage of the Martha Wright-Reed Just and Reasonable Communications Act was a win for prison reformers, long fought for ...
Incidents like one in 2022 where a Tennessee high school student was forcefully detained, pulled by his hair, pepper sprayed, shoved into bleachers and ultimately charged after he was confronted for ...
Alaska State Troopers took Mary Fulp, the 2022 Alaska Principal of the Year and Colony High School Principal, into custody after a family member presented them with what they thought was a state judge ...
In the digital age, the criminal justice world relies more on video evidence. Researchers interviewed police, investigators and legal professionals about how it can become a secondary source of trauma ...
The increase is largely driven by Democrats, whose approval rating for the court went from 15 percent in July 2021 to 35 percent today.
A potential shakeup could be coming for the NYC Police Benevolent Association: Corey Grable, financial secretary for the PBA, is challenging long-time Union President Pat Lynch.