A federal judge on Friday permanently blocked the Trump administration from imposing conditions that police departments cooperate with immigration authorities to receive law enforcement grants.
By Angus Chen, Scientific American
There are two broad types of tear gas—and they’re both engineered to cause pain.
By Charlayne Hunter-Gault
Against the backdrop of simmering tensions over race and police violence against African Americans, police departments like the NYPD have introduced a relatively new training program aimed at teaching officers about implicit bias. Special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault reports on the…
The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that police generally need a search warrant to track a suspect's movement through cellphone records -- a limited victory for privacy advocates. That decision stems from a string of Radio Shack robberies, and the…
The man believed to be the Golden State Killer -- a serial murderer and rapist whose crimes terrorized California in the 1970s and ‘80s -- was arrested last week. While considered a huge success for law enforcement, his arrest also…
By PBS NewsHour
Two Baltimore city police officers were convicted in federal court on Monday on charges including racketeering and robbery, as part of a brazen corruption scandal. Baltimore’s Gun Trace Task Force were tasked with getting illegal guns off the street, but…
By Elliot Spagat, Associated Press
Elaine Duke, set to become acting U.S. homeland secretary on Monday, has the rare distinction of serving in high-level positions in three administrations.
President Donald Trump appeared to advocate rougher treatment of people in police custody during a speech in New York.
By Catherine Lucey and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Decrying violence against police, President Donald Trump honored the "brave souls" of law enforcement on Monday and vowed his administration would look for ways to reduce violence against police.
By Lisa Marie Pane, Associated Press
There has been a concern, largely shared in anecdotes, of officers holding back on stopping suspicious people or other policing out of concern that they'd be cast as racist. But the Pew survey provides the first national evidence that those…
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