Infographic: The ‘fuzz’iness between police-public relations and perceptions
This infographic shows how police view the public and what the public thinks about local law enforcement.
- Written by Jason Axelrod
- 27th February 2017
10 tactical modifications for healthier public facilitiesThe goal of state and local government agencies is simple: to make a positive impact on people’s lives. Prioritizing the safety and security of the community requires reliable facilities and infrastructure. But according to the 2021 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure published by the American Society for Civil Engineers (ASCE), the systems and framework for […]
The power of local government: How cities and counties can solve our nation’s infrastructure crisisEvery four years, the American Society of Civil Engineers releases a report card on America’s infrastructure. The group analyzes 18 infrastructure elements from transit and roadways to energy and broadband. This year, America’s infrastructure scored a C-. Let’s reflect on that: C- is a near-failing grade. While it is a slight improvement from where we’ve […]
Public Service Recognition Week celebrates government employeesThis week (May 2-8) is Public Service Recognition Week (PSRW). Celebrated during the first week of May since 1985, Public Service Recognition Week honors the people who serve the United States as federal, state, county, local and tribal government employees. In a joint statement from PSRW Co-Chairs, the Partnership for Public Service said: ‘These steadfast […]
Atlanta PD deploys mobile, wireless surveillance trailers to deter crime and increase situational awarenessHalf a million people call the city of Atlanta home, and approximately 7.3 million people live in the metropolitan area, according to new U.S. Census data. Consistently ranked among the nation’s top five population-growth areas in recent years, the metro Atlanta population is projected to increase by nearly 3 million more people by 2050. As […]