How a survivor of domestic violence, now working as a cop in the bayou, made her small community a model for the rest of the country.
A wide body of evidence demonstrates the crime-prevention strategy's ability to curb community gun violence. In Detroit, new research also shows its potential for reducing recidivism.
Parkland renewed enthusiasm for placing law enforcement on K-12 campuses. But research casts doubts about whether the approach prevents shootings.
Calling itself the “Google of Crime,” Forensic Logic processes and analyzes troves of gun-related data so officers can spot patterns and make more informed decisions in the field.
Years ago, most detectives stopped trying to retrieve fingerprints from shell casings. A new method, touted as 25 times better, could change that.
After gunfire erupted at a community event in the Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn on the…
The city that set the bar for sharing ballistic intel is pushing its successful approach regionwide.
Criminologists thought it was impossible to get DNA off of shell casings, but a technique pioneered in the Netherlands is having notable results.
A push by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to improve…
We set out to determine how domestic killers in South Carolina got their guns. Instead, we found evidence of a widespread breakdown of critical crime-fighting intel.