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The city has made real progress in its battle against homicide, but a recent rise in crime puts it all into question.

Murder Mystery: Can New Orleans Control Its Homicide Rate?

The damning Justice Department report about Chicago police also helps explain the city’s murder rate - The Washington Post

The damning Justice Department report about Chicago police also helps explain the city’s murder rate

The homicide rate and corrupt police department are inseparable.

A new report from the National Institute of Justice explores why homicides rose so sharply in 2015 across 56 U.S. cities.

A new report from the National Institute of Justice explores why homicides rose so sharply in 2015 across 56 U.

Trust damaged between Milwaukee police and community, Department of Justice draft report says

Department Of Justice, Criminology, Police Departments, Milwaukee

The Justice Dilemma: When the Cure is Worse Than the Disease | The Crime Report

We’re now paying the price for simplistic assumptions that establishing “control” is a requisite for tackling the roots of criminal behavior. Could sensible, evidence-based approaches help make communities safer?

The Justice Department demands an end to illegally targeting blacks, but…

Baltimore cops pressured to police differently, but also begged to clear the corners

The Justice Department demands an end to illegally targeting blacks, but residents push for action against loiterers.

Innocent citizens who have experienced the violent impact of systemic failures in criminal justice deserve better than analyses that focus "blame" on individual players.  As the medical and aviation fields have long known,  "who" failed is less important than "why" things failed.

A free data tool launched by Measures for Justice (MFJ) is aimed at providing policymakers, practitioners and journalists with a county-level view at how criminal cases are handled from arrest to post-conviction.

Analysis | Justice Alito's misleading claim about sex offender rearrests

Justice Alito’s misleading claim about sex offender rearrests

In an opinion in a free speech case, Justice Samuel Alito presented a misleading characterization of sex offender recidivism.

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