Law enforcement's historical tendency to treat crimes committed by white power groups as isolated incidents has allowed them to flourish.
Young people of color are disproportionately affected by the lifelong consequences of having a criminal record.
Detroit is Burning.
In 1967 race riots nearly tore Detroit apart. The next year, the Kerner Commission, appointed by president Lyndon Johnson, placed the blame on the way the police and had handled the response.
Efforts to keep the city segregated led to one of the largest civil rights rebellions of the 1960s, and interactions between citizens and police turned deadly.
Official records on police homicides are full of holes. A new study tries to fill in the gaps – and finds new evidence of racial and regional inequality.
Does it make sense to compare the percentage of black Americans shot by police to the percentage of black Americans in the population? A new analysis suggests a different way of looking at the data.
Scholarship in organizational psychology has shown that when employee morale is low, it can result in poorer performance. A new study finds this may be true for some police officers.
The demise of the first academic department dedicated to policing at the University of California has left unanswered questions about the best way to educate cops.
Data on Dallas police shootings, including incidents when police choose not to shoot, shows that race is not a significant factor.
To justify giving police military-style weapons, there must be both a credible threat and an identified deficiency in current police capabilities.
The use of bodycams promised to settle disputes about what really happens in police interactions with civilians. But they might not, because of both human and technological limitations.
In Australia, far fewer people are killed by police firearms than in the US – there are clear ways to ensure we never go down that path.
The city's image as a model for black mobility and civil rights is crumbling. An expert on race and class politics takes us behind the veneer of one of the South's most important cities.
The FBI and police officials say they need to decrypt secure communications to fight crime. But they have other options, and modern threats make clear the importance of strong encryption.
Crime data reflect only what crimes are identified by the police – not all the crimes that occur. So decisions based on crime data are necessarily biased and incompletely informed.
Cybercriminals are using cloud-based services, much like regular businesses. A new study reveals important lessons for the future of fighting cybercrime.
The idea that violence is acceptable when levelled against tyranny is a core American belief.
It is difficult not to see the film as a vanity project for Wahlberg.
If police officers are sent to museums to train observational skills, shouldn't literary texts be used to teach empathy?
Two major trials in the killings of black victims in South Carolina start this week. Learn about the state's past and present struggle with racial violence in this roundup.