Hitachi Develops Crime Predicting Tech For Police Testing

Daily Caller News Foundation | Steve Ambrose
Police Tape
Japanese manufacturer creates technology to predict crime using data sets

A Police Week Plea To President Obama

Opinion | Lt. Randy Sutton
NYPD officers salute as thousands of officers stand at attention while a hearse carrying the body of slain NYPD officer Brian Moore passes in a procession to St. James Roman Catholic Church for his funeral service in Seaford, New York

Your public pronouncements have consistently taken on an anti-law enforcement tone.

The 'Blue Code Of Silence' That Wasn't

Opinion | Deputy Matt
Black Lives Matter Protest Disrupts Holiday Shoppers At Mall Of America

Cops report other cops far more effectively than the general population.

California Voters Go Soft On Crime With Prop 47

Opinion | Deputy Matt
Policemen on bicycles are pictured before the NBA playoff game 5 between Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers in Los Angeles

The measure to reclassify felonies to misdemeanors will make Californians less safe.

Montgomery County, Maryland To Put More Cops In Schools

Opinion | Walter Olson
Northwestern High School, Montgomery County, Maryland (Wikipedia)

There were only 40 incidents of serious student fighting last year, in a school district of 150,000.

Parents of alleged Silk Road founder launch legal fund, website

US | Charles C. Johnson

Ross Ulbricht an unlikely drug, theft and murder kngpin

Facebook denies special relationship with law enforcement

Tech | Josh Peterson
Man threatens President Obama via Facebook

The company’s Safety Center page also indicates that not every law enforcement request is granted

Reuters: Secret DEA unit using intel to investigate Americans

Tech | Josh Peterson
AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Law enforcement officials pretend that their investigation began with something like a traffic stop in order to conceal use of secret intelligence

Report: Federal wiretaps foiled by encryption methods

Tech | Josh Peterson
Cell Phones

First time the government has reported encryption being successful

Nabbed in a hijab

US | Caroline May
CAIR pushes 'hijab friendly' policy in American prisons

Violent criminals released by ICE if they are 'Obama Dreamers'

Feature:Video | Grae Stafford

‘They walk out the back door of the jail’

White House: Alleged Boston Marathon bomber to be tried in civilian court

Politics | Alexis Levinson
(AP Photo/Federal Bureau of Investigation, File)

Carney says ‘this is absolutely the right way to go and the appropriate way to go’

Online supporters rush to declare Tsarnaev not guilty

US | Caroline May

Marathon bombing suspect receives support on social media: ‘Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is innocent,’ ‘#FreeJahar’

Colorado wants DNA from people who commit misdemeanors - TheDCNF

Daily Caller News Foundation | Greg Campbell
One of the fastest growing clean-tech states, Colorado continues to attract large amounts of venture capital though the largest challenge still remains jobs. Unemployment however, continues to remain stagnant.

‘For those who are worried about this, don’t commit crimes’

Law enforcement turned the other cheek to Tampa RNC protesters - TheDC

Politics | Josh Peterson
7951474660 Occupy Tampa RNC

Sheriff’s office fed underprepared activists with sandwiches, boxed lunches from their own supplies

Law enforcement agencies to get money from Google settlement - USA Today

Tech | Josh Peterson
Google Motorola

The $500 million sum represents the gross revenues Google collected in ad buys from hundreds of Canadian pharmacies

Bipartisan effort to crack down on child predators - TheDC

US | Caroline May
Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Legislation introduced to help law enforcement track child pornography offenders

Congress racks up parking violations - Roll Call

Politics | interns

Unpaid fines commonplace in government

Wisconsin Walkout - TheDC

Politics | Mary Katharine Ham

State legislature was set to vote on cutting public employee union collective bargaining rights