Police Are Most Likely to Use Deadly Force in Poorer, More Highly Segregated Neighborhoods
Researchers say knowing where fatal police interactions occur can help community leaders target programs aimed at reducing those deaths.
How Can U.S. Policymakers Fix the Broken Criminal Justice System?
A criminal justice expert weighs in on a recent report to the United Nations outlining systemic racism in the U.S. criminal justice system.
Michigan Immigrant Rights Advocates Score a Major Win in the Drivers' License Standoff
A bid by Republican legislators to identify residents' immigration status on state-issued identification would have marked them for discriminatory policing, activists say.