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According to a recent survey, 74% of respondents say agency employees currently are not well-equipped to investigate cryptocurrency-related crime. However, they’re seeing a rise in criminal activity.
The rate of nonfatal carjackings has declined by 78% from 1995 to 2021
Bills introduced in the House and Senate would expand police officers’ immunity from civil liability and roll back prison system reforms enacted under previous Gov. John Bel Edwards’s administration
Baltimore city leaders sued ghost gun kit manufacturer Polymer80 after seeing a rise of the untraceable weapons on city streets and in the hands of minors
The Flock Safety technology can differentiate a gunshot from a firework and turns on video surveillance automatically when a gunshot is detected
Chief Michel Moore credited the decreases to better coordination with law enforcement partners to address trends such as retail theft and follow-home robberies
“We feel the frequency and severity of the crimes being encountered by our customers and associates leave us no alternative.”
“What I love about East Palo Alto is not only is it a model for our peninsula, but also the country about how community policing can be effective,” Mayor Antonio López said
“Agencies putting more efforts into relationships with the community are going to see positive things, like improvements in the clearance rates,” a criminal justice expert said
“There’s much more work to be done,” Baltimore Police Commissioner Richard Worley said. “I think we’ve shown over the last couple years that we can both reduce crime and reform a police department at the same time”
“There’s just an erosion of expectation of authority, this feeling that you don’t have to respect the authority of this city,” Mayor Eric Adams said
The drop in killings follows the launch of an anti-gun crime unit in 2022
“One homicide is too many. It’s something everyone in Kansas City should care about,” Police Chief Stacey Graves said
“The mayor, the city, the city council, and the Minneapolis Police Department collectively agreed to severely limit police response in the barricaded area surrounding plaintiffs’ businesses,” according to the lawsuit
“Operation Trident” targeted violent offenders, who were on supervised release or probation, with outstanding warrants
Store owners subdued the man, who said he was hearing people in his head, until police arrived
The new strategy identified 69 violence-prone “zones” and added a heavy police presence during summer months
An Orlando firefighter is on administrative leave over his reaction to a kitchen joke
Summer crime data shows Chief James White’s program, including paying double-time to keep more officers downtown, has paid off
“New York City is the safest big city in the nation,” NYPD Commissioner Caban said. “We will continue to drive overall crime even lower”
After the man got the cash, he stopped and asked someone to “call the police”
The WalletHub report compares 45 of the largest U.S. cities to identify which cities are grappling with the most significant homicide rates
Spokane County’s RTCC could monitor as many as 200 video feeds from intersections, roadways and crime hotspots
Staff Inspector Ernest Ransom says his job is to ensure the supervisors are doing their jobs and that they’re held accountable
Craig Cope, who spawned a get-tough slogan to commemorate the confrontation, died two months after suffering a stroke
“If you come here and murder people at our mall, you get one of these at at Christmas,” said Bloomington Police Chief Booker Hodges while holding up an orange prison suit
Photos taken from surveillance video shows the suspect sporting all black, including a vest emblazoned with “police,” and a star badge around his neck
In many cases, the suspects steal an active rideshare driver’s car and phone, then use the rideshare app to pick up unsuspecting riders, who are then robbed