Jorge “Jinho” Ferreira feels the tension between being black and carrying a badge every day as a sheriff’s deputy in Alameda County, California.
New technology would allow police to detect radio signals emanating from cell phones to tell if a driver is texting on the road.
A club that no one ever wants to join, but where everyone is welcome.
The man who shot former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was unraveling in the months before the rampage, issuing paranoid, expletive-filled Internet rants about government conspiracies, suicide and killing police, according to new law enforcement documents released Thursday.
Angry over revelations of National Security Agency surveillance and frustrated with what they consider outdated digital privacy laws, state lawmakers around the nation are proposing bills to curtail the powers of law enforcement to monitor and track citizens.
The final stages are near completion for the launch of a law enforcement social media network designed exclusively for the men and women in blue.
Most law enforcement agencies in Virginia continue to use outdated eyewitness identification procedures two years after the state recommended a model policy.
Tens of thousands of police officers from around the country are in Washington this week as part of National Police Week.
For America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.
The Defense Department has stopped issuing weapons to thousands of law enforcement agencies until it is satisfied that state officials can account for all the surplus guns, aircraft, Humvees and armored personnel carriers it has given police under a $2.6 billion program, The Associated Press has learned.