Federal law enforcement
The Federal Law Enforcement topic area addresses all crime-fighting agencies at the national and federal level. This section will provide you with the latest news, information and developments across the country and in Washington.
Wide local variations in its delivery help breed distrust of law enforcement – here’s how to fix things
Software solutions can ease the transition to a new reporting system while also making the day-to-day lives of officers easier
The protests drew a 230-day response that involved 178 agencies, resulted in 761 arrests and required a four-day cleanup of the camp and 600 bins to remove 9.8 million pounds of trash
The man pleaded guilty to possession of a machine gun last year and was sentenced to nearly seven years in federal prison; he is also accused of attempting to purchase hand grenades and “auto sear” devices
“No law enforcement agency — including the Justice Department — can effectively do its work without the trust of the public,” Attorney General Merrick Garland stated
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Christian Ferguson never took a “substantial step” toward carrying out his plan
The president is also calling on governors to issue similar pardons for those convicted of state marijuana offenses
The federal government has lagged behind many local PDs whose officers have been using body cameras for years
In a recent CBS interview, Steven Dettelbach said there is “no one solution” to ending gun violence in the U.S.
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