Departments that agree to a proprietary software system can then be chained to a product to manage the data.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the Department of Justice to take a close look at consent decrees in place at police departments across the country. They’re agreements a local police department signs on to after the department’s civil rights division investigates its policing practices, often in the wake of a high-profile shooting or […]
The state's Department of Natural Resources says flying an unmanned aircraft is a cheaper and faster alternative to other methods, including helicopters.
One company's plan to use robots to fight crime.
Craig Atkinson's documentary "Do Not Resist" looks at the militarization of American law enforcement.
The district attorney is using new tech help comb through its hours of patrol footage.
Critics say the use of "piggybacking" contracts isn't fair to competitors.
Under federal and state law, police can seize cash if they suspect a crime.
The city with one of the biggest homeless populations tries a new approach to clearing homeless encampments.
The reforms mandated by a federal settlement aim to change how the FPD interacts with the public, but could cost the city an estimated $7 million.