Public Safety & Justice

What People Want From Police Departments

A recent survey shows how Americans feel about the job police are doing and how they can improve.

Indiana Up Against Clock and Governor on Needle Exchanges

Facing an HIV outbreak, some lawmakers want to extend needle-exchange programs to more at-risk counties. But time and the governor may not be on their side.

Aging Behind Bars

America's prison population has aged significantly, increasing the costs of incarceration. These four inmates show just some of the challenges older inmates bring.

What We Can Learn From the Police That Pioneered Body Cameras

Police across the country are being outfitted with body cameras, but managing all the hours of footage comes at a price and poses unintended consequences.

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