In a survey of over 200 judges in NSW, a quarter said they received threats on their lives and nearly a third reported experiencing trauma from the daily exposure to violent crimes.
A lethal turf war between drug traffickers has terrorized Buenaventura, Colombia for months. Now protesters are demanding the government's help to protect people in this mostly Black city.
Governments seem deeply committed to body-worn cameras for police, and there is a strong argument for them in providing evidence. But there needs to be more effective regulation of their use.
In the aftermath of Adam Toledo's death, police and a prosecutor framed the incident as a confrontation with an armed male holding a gun. Should reporters have been so quick to accept that version?
New research shows that four in five farmers in NSW have been the victim of some type of crime, yet reporting of crimes to police remains stubbornly low.
US culture has long represented Asian American women as sexually seductive – showing how victims' gender and race cannot be separated when attacked by white male violence.
Some racism isn't criminal at all but still is the result of deep-seated and long-standing racial prejudices.
It starts with a basic conversation about their needs and fears.
Anyone hoping for gun reform should take note of how the aftermath of the UK's worst shooting played out.
A basketball coach at a small community college in the Midwest reveals the challenges he faces on a regular basis to save his players from the pitfalls of the streets.
Created in response to Sherlock Holmes, detective Martin Hewitt is less operatic and more pragmatic.
Recent political arguments about policing methods aren't supported by the evidence: New Zealand crime rates are static, and even declining in some categories.
A new book, about the suburban women who poisoned their husbands in post-war Sydney, explores their cold-blooded modus operandi and the hot dinners they prepared.
We discovered many more mental health issues were recorded for both victims and perpetrators of domestic violence than we thought. Now it's time to use our findings to improve public safety.
New Zealand scores well against other countries — especially over its handling of the pandemic — but there are still areas that need improving.
Even after years of delay, the arguments continue about what should be made public about this scandal.
A recent Labor Department memo urges agencies to avoid releasing press releases accusing companies of violating laws, to protect the companies' reputations. People are denied the same protections.
The death of Phillip Mbuji Johansen highlights how courts fail to consider entrenched racial biases when they assess what amounts to 'intent'.
Darryn Frost continues to suffer from PTSD but insists we don't forget why people were gathered near London Bridge on November 29.
Leaving the shared system will make it harder to get criminals out of European countries when they are suspected of a crime.