The arrest of a journalist could have been avoided, a policing expert says.
In England and Wales perpetrators of one of the gravest violent crimes, which carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment, are very unlikely to receive any punishment at all
Kate Cocks, South Australia’s first policewoman, was no saint – but she helped solve major crimes including the poisoning of children, abortion rackets and drug smuggling.
Too many First Nations women have been killed by people who have a history of violence in relationships.
Some US law enforcement agencies are using a commercial app that tracks people all day long via their phones – without a court order or oversight.
Cities are clearing homeless encampments, sometimes violently, without providing those who live there any alternatives. Long-term solutions are needed to help people off the streets.
Questions about illegal surveillance photography and powerful facial recognition technology suggest updating the police training manual and the Policing Act itself should be a priority.
The federal government must implement a railway policing law that helps restore public confidence in law enforcement and provides justice to the families of those who die on the job.
Discussions of political interference are largely misdirected because they distract from the necessary and warranted criticisms of the RCMP’s mishandling of the mass shooting.
Twitter users’ responses suggest that southern Yahoo boys are more criminalised by Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission than their northern counterparts. We explain why.
Our research shows the technology simply isn’t ready yet.
Nigeria’s next president must take these steps to redeem the country’s endangered national security.
There are obviously better ways the Toronto Police — and other police services — could enhance public trust than through a social media campaign.
Proactive, problem-oriented policing can have an impact on gun violence, but it is not widely used in Canada.
The UN has been working for 20 years to increase the number of female peacekeepers – but countries that give their troops to the UN are reluctant to put more women in active combat.
The investigations of the deaths of three young Indigenous people in northern British Columbia had been inadequate. Justice demands fair and supportive death investigation procedures for all.
Police checkpoints liberally dot Kenya’s highways, but they’re not just about keeping road users safe.
Allegations of political interference once again confirms the national RCMP culture, structure and systems of organization are long overdue for a divorce from Ottawa political masters.
A host of problems are behind police failures, including poor evidence gathering and the mistreatment of witnesses.
Has the defund the police movement had an impact in Canada? It depends on how you define success.