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How Cities Are Bringing 911 Into the 21st Century

Community paramedicine is changing the way some places respond to health emergencies.

By Mattie Quinn  |  August 8, 2019
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Finance

Addicted to Fines

Small towns in much of the country are dangerously dependent on punitive fines and fees.

By Mike Maciag  |  September 1, 2019
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Management & Labor

Are States Taking Cybersecurity Seriously Enough?

Only one has a cabinet-level official dedicated to the issue.

By Caroline Cournoyer  |  August 12, 2019
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Public Safety & Justice

Expunged

Half of all the criminal records in Pennsylvania are about to be sealed.

By Daniel C. Vock  |  September 1, 2019
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Public Safety & Justice

Cities Ban Government Use of Facial Recognition

Three American cities have now banned the use of facial recognition technology in local government amid concerns it's inaccurate and biased.

By Graham Vyse  |  July 24, 2019
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THE FUTURE OF What’s Next

The Powerful Potential of Anticipatory Government

New technologies can move the focus from cleaning up problems to preventing them, while putting taxpayer money to more efficient use. But governments lag the private sector in employing these evolving tools.

By William D. Eggers  |  January 10, k彩平台
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Public Safety & Justice

Ex-NYPD Detectives Get No Prison Time for Having Sex With Young Woman in Custody

Two former New York detectives will serve no prison time after pleading guilty to bribe taking and official misconduct for having sex in a police van with a young woman they arrested and released, prosecutors said Thursday.

By Caroline Cournoyer  |  August 30, 2019
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Public Safety & Justice

Local Assault Weapons Ban Upheld by Federal Court

A federal appeals court on Thursday upheld a dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the assault rifle ban in Cook County, Ill.

By Caroline Cournoyer  |  August 30, 2019
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Public Safety & Justice

Proposed Opioid Deal with Purdue Drawing Pushback from States

A proposed deal for Purdue Pharma LP to resolve more than 2,000 lawsuits over its role in the opioid crisis is facing pushback from a vocal group of state attorneys general who say it doesn’t bring in enough cash to satisfy their demands, according to people familiar with the matter.

By Caroline Cournoyer  |  August 30, 2019
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Public Safety & Justice

Security System's Partnership With Police Raises Privacy Concerns

Word of a growing partnership between police and the popular Amazon-owned doorbell camera company Ring is raising privacy concerns nationwide.

By Caroline Cournoyer  |  August 29, 2019
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Finance

Trump Administration Will Shift $155M in Disaster Relief to Immigration Enforcement

The Trump administration plans to shift at least $155 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster relief fund to support its policy of returning some migrants to Mexico.

By Caroline Cournoyer  |  August 29, 2019
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