President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump today visited the Florida and Georgia cost to meet with officials in communities ravaged by Hurricane Michael. Damage is extensive, at least 18 are dead, and least one town has practically been wiped off the map. Michael hit the Florida Panhandle as a Category 4 hurricane, and […]
Multiple police departments across the country are celebrating Coffee with a Cop to improve relations with the residents they serve. The Hawthorne, Calif. Police Department launched the event in 2011 after brainstorming ways to interact better with the public they served, according to the Coffee with A Cop website. Seven years later, Coffee with a […]
As Hurricane Florence has battered parts of the southeast coast of the U.S., officials across multiple states have reported damage to their communities and ongoing dangers they face. “Our city has suffered obviously one of the most devastating storms in its 308 year history,” New Bern, N.C. city manager Mark Stephens said at a Sept. […]
Facial recognition technology, if left unchecked, could fundamentally change what it means to be an American. In late June, Jarrod Ramos shot his way through the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md., killing five and injuring two more. According to local reports, Ramos was uncooperative after Anne Arundel County police took him into custody. To identify […]
Police and sheriff’s departments across the country are setting up safe exchange zones, where online transactions and child custody exchanges can occur under video surveillance to ensure the safety of all parties involved.