A police chief in Minnesota is vowing to “ignite a movement” to remove language in the state’s Constitution that says slavery is acceptable as criminal
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You get a pastor to open a church on a weeknight. You have parole and probation agents identify 20 people they worry about — those
The recent spate of explosions and shootings in Malmö has not knocked the local police’s pioneering anti-gang project off course, local police chief Stefan Sintéus
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Addressing the “black box” of focused deterrence: an examination of the mechanisms of change in Chicago’s Project Safe Neighborhoods
Chicago’s Project Safe Neighborhoods focused deterrence program is an effective crime reduction policy.
The state’s attorney promised to transform the office. Data shows she’s dismissed thousands of felonies that would have been pursued in the past.
In Stockton, California, city and law enforcement leaders are attempting to build trust between police and communities of color. Why is this so hard to
The League of Women Voters and Indiana University South Bend’s American Democracy Project invited municipal candidates to answer a series of questions at vote411.org.
Dutchess County plans to expand the services and tools by which it can address instances of domestic and sexual assault through increased funding…