Cleveland police have released departmental records to try to prove they didn't, despite disturbing statements to the media.
Some cities require landlords to evict tenants who call 911 3 times within 4 months. The rule puts women in grave danger.
Urban manhunts have captivated cities and provided fodder for a frenzied 24-hour media. But at what cost?
"Everybody's an informant."
The People's Community Medics can turn anyone into a first responder.
False eyewitness identifications are the leading factor in wrongful convictions. Washington, D.C., wonders if it can fix that.
Innovative programs have helped turn the city from one of the world's most dangerous places into one of the safest areas in Mexico.
Apple theft is so bad it's having an effect on the overall crime rate.
Homicide rates have fallen significantly in some places. Does economic development deserve the credit?
A 40-by-60 foot map is helping organizers plot parade routes, choose muster locations, everything.
In Bishkek, public officers and private security companies compete for business.
Listen to the audio a 17-year-old secretly recorded of police disparaging his mixed-race appearance and threatening to break his arm.
How police and media helicopters navigate the crowded airspace of L.A. when a suspect's on the run.
There are few defenses, no risks, and a decent reward.
Fort Wayne moves to limit when officers can type and stare at their on-board screens.
This summer's horrific body count comes courtesy a large number of firearms purchased well outside the city.
The problem is not that the rest of the world seems so meaningless, it's how numbed we've become to the horror stories in our midst.
Between 2007 and 2011, about 90 percent of those arrested were African American. How did this happen?