Public Safety & Justice

Taking a Break to Celebrate Cops

What began as a day in 1962 has morphed into a weeklong celebration.

The Story Behind the Prominent Rise of State AGs

The role of attorney general in states has evolved from policy enforcer to policy creator.

Police Aren't the Only Public Workers Wearing Body Cameras

Some cities have started equipping them not just to cops but also other government employees who often encounter confrontation.

America's First Government-Owned Marijuana Store

The Cannabis Corner is the only (but probably not the last) place where public workers are paid to sell pot.

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