In 1996, Australia Enacted Strict Gun Laws. It Hasn’t Had a Mass Shooting Since.
Police Officers Need to Accept the Risk That Comes With Showing Restraint
Profiling White Supremacists Won’t Stop White Supremacist Terrorism
Can Mixed Martial Arts Training Make Police Officers Less Dangerous?
What the Response to a Police Shooting Sounds Like When a Black Cop Kills a White Woman
She Didn’t Brag or Leave Clues. She Killed Her Patients, Then Went Home to Play Computer Games.
Forty-Seven Years After Being Shot, Clai Lasher-Sommers Is Still Trying to Heal
Top Cops Are Trying to Appeal to Donald Trump’s Brain on Criminal Justice Reform. That Might Not Work.
James Bailey Admits He’s a Liar. But He Swears He’s Not a Murderer.
Donald Trump’s Justice Department Could Bring Back the Worst Aspects of the War on Drugs
Why Two Clear-Cut Cases of Police Violence Might Not Lead to Murder Convictions
The Media Either Downplayed or Overplayed the Murder Spike. Here’s a More Honest Reading.
Legally Justifiable Police Shootings Aren’t Always Morally Defensible. So Says Charlotte’s Top Cop.
When Police Officers Take Off-Duty Jobs, Do They Work for the People, or Are They Guns for Hire?
How Bad Prosecutors Cause Bad Policing
William Bratton Was a Proudly Political, Skillfully Manipulative Police Chief
Why Prosecutors Failed to Win Convictions in the Freddie Gray Cases
A Powerful and Pragmatic Approach to Police and Violence at the DNC
A Texas Prosecutor Jailed a Rape Victim to Ensure Her Testimony Against Her Attacker
Donald Trump Is a Fearmonger. But He’s Not Wrong About America’s Troubling Crime Spike.