Public Safety & Justice

Is Paying People Not to Commit Crimes Effective?

Washington, D.C., may offer some people financial incentives to follow the law. It wouldn't be the first.

America's Jails Have an HR Problem

Employees are often overworked and undertrained, putting themselves and the inmates they're supposed to protect at risk.

As Water Utilities Move Online, Hackers Take Note

America's power grid has gotten a lot of attention, but water utilities are increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks.

How Police Chiefs Plan to Avoid 'Lawful But Awful' Shootings

After years of research, law enforcement leaders recently released recommendations for reforming how and when cops use their weapons.

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