Not only did the Evers administration fail to notify the families of several victims of parole hearings across Wisconsin, but WRN has now documented that the Wisconsin Parole Board is violating state law by failing to notify certain law enforcement agencies in communities where convicted murderers live. For example, WestRead More →

The drive-thru style event allows people to bring in their unwanted, expired and unused prescription drugs from their cupboards LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – Commonwealth law enforcement participated in the National Prescription Drug Take Back on Saturday. In Lexington, the police department partnered with the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office, Kentucky AmericanRead More →

CLARKSBURG — FBI Director Christopher Wray traveled to West Virginia on Tuesday to meet with local, state and federal law enforcement officials to discuss ways to further strengthen partnerships and combat the increased distribution of opioids and violent crime. Wray toured the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services campus in Clarksburg,Read More →

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. – Jurors in the triple murder trial of Jimmy O’Neal Spencer listened to testimony from law enforcement officers who responded to the 2018 scene on Friday. The 57-year-old is charged with the deaths of Marie Martin, her 7-year-old great-grandson Colton Lee and her neighbor Martha Reliford in JulyRead More →

Democratic members of Congress on Friday asked the Department of State to review the obligations of the United States regarding the right to abortion under international law and to remind US states that pass restrictive abortion laws of these obligations. In a letter, the group of 69 lawmakers explained: TheRead More →

OTTAWA (ON), October 20, 2022 /CNW/ – The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that our criminal justice system keeps communities safe, supports victims and holds offenders accountable, while respecting Charter rights. As promised at the International AIDS Conference in July, the Honorable David Lametti, Minister of Justice andRead More →

I’ve written before about the importance of building collaborative relationships with law enforcement – frequent communications, comprehensive incident reports, and partnership meetings are all aspects. But, from a law enforcement perspective, here are some ways stores can do their part to help law enforcement officers and ORC investigators fight backRead More →

from uncontrolled access department Law enforcement officers have unrestricted access to vast databases containing a lot of personal information. This access is essential to law enforcement work, including ongoing investigations, attempts to locate wanted criminals, and routine details of driver’s license validation and registration. The problem is that there isRead More →

Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony on Tuesday accepted the 2022 Leadership in Police Aviation Award from the International Association of Chiefs of Police for the “exemplary form of leadership” demonstrated by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office (BSO) Aviation Unit. With a watchful eye trained from above, the Broward Sheriff’s Office AviationRead More →

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – October is nationally recognized as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month”. Throughout North Alabama, many victim service providers and community agencies serve as daily advocates, protectors, and healers for victims of domestic violence. Their continued commitment to serving victims of domestic violence is shared by federal and local lawRead More →

Some Democratic candidates for top law enforcement positions are distancing themselves from the liberal criminal justice rhetoric they championed before crime soared across the country. Many candidates and incumbents have reduced the focus on reducing incarceration or prosecuting fewer crimes in favor of language that brings them closer to theRead More →

The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has launched its second round of hearings into allegations of law enforcement brutality during land evictions in the Western Cape. Commissioner Chris Nissen said he had received several complaints in the South Cape and Cape Town over allegations of excessive use of forceRead More →

California Governor Gavin Newsom has blocked the parole of Patricia Krenwinkel, a former Charles Manson follower and murderer convicted of a notorious 1969 shooting, saying “she presently poses an unreasonable risk of a security hazard public”. A parole board had recommended in May for the first time that Krenwinkel beRead More →

News84Media— Documents provided to the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, uprising by the US Secret Service show that the agency and its law enforcement partners were aware of social media posts containing violent language and threats aimed at lawmakers ahead of the attack on the US Capitol.Read More →

An off-duty Morris County law enforcement officer, Constable Amato, responded to and saved the life of a man at a BP gas station in Denville, NJ. – Morris County District Attorney Robert J. Carroll credited Morris County Law Enforcement Officer Gus Amato for providing life-saving medical assistance while off dutyRead More →

On October 7, President Joe Biden signed a long-awaited policy tightening rules allowing the CIA and Pentagon to conduct drone strikes outside of traditional war zones. The new policy requires the president’s approval before a deadly drone strike or commando raid can be launched. The policy focuses on countries thatRead More →

As Kyiv officials report that Russian ‘suicide drones’ hit the Ukrainian capital today, the International Bar Association (IBA) condemns Russia prolonged and intensified shelling across Ukraine which has resulted in civilian deaths and injuries, displacement and destruction of infrastructure and further violations of international law and international humanitarian law. TheRead More →

The reports below were provided by the organizations listed. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty by a court. Grant County Jail Reservations Vicki Lee Tomal, 55, of Moses Lake, was charged Oct. 12 with impaired driving. Chelce Ann Zimmerman, 41, was arrested Oct. 11, charged with burglary andRead More →

Sagacious Academic Administrator, Dr. Alok Misra has been appointed Vice Chancellor of Mewar University, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan. He will join this position shortly. He graduated from the Campus Law Center of the University of Delhi. Professor Misra is considered a specialist in building an institutional ecosystem, improving the happiness quotient, makingRead More →

CLEAR WATER (WQOW) – A $1.4 million referendum is on the ballots for Eau Claire in November. On Wednesday, officials took questions from the community. The referendum will ask taxpayers to raise annual property taxes to fund local law enforcement. Officials say they are in desperate need of funding becauseRead More →