On the problem-solving power of cell phones in Central America.
The city is on track to hit 150 homicides in 2014.
Tips from an exasperated New York City bike mechanic.
The police department's once-lauded pacification program appears to be unraveling.
The method recently worked in an experiment that analyzed Chicago crime, but privacy questions abound.
From 1982 to True Detective.
Next time someone tries to pick your Apple, give them a taste of your Yellow Jacket.
"What cops do is arrest people. If you don’t want to be arrested, you probably shouldn’t call the police."
The use of stop and frisk has declined 60 percent, and the murder rate is the lowest it's been since the early 1960s.
We seldom treat identity theft the way we do other crimes.
Antonio Olmos memorialized the city's often-overlooked tragedies. In the process, he gained a new perspective on violent crime.
A community beset by crime, and the intrusive tools they're using in hopes of stopping it.
The mapping system has some serious shortcomings.
These latest research-backed policy proposals may surprise you.
A group of doctors is trying to convince young Britons that stabbings are serious.
One man was jailed for topping his car off at the local middle school.
Someone shot at a group of officers in broad daylight in Wilmington, Delaware, and no one will speak up.
"We can't just let the destruction of a building stop the efforts that we have been making."
Academics have studied the relationship between the two for decades. A new paper suggests there's nothing to it.
New York City's Midtown Community Court is a national model for a different approach to dispensing justice.