Recidivism Too High? Don't Blame the Data
Recidivism provides an excellent prediction of post-release behavior and should be used to shape the response to misconduct.
Man allegedly poisoned and "fed to crocodiles" by lover: "Devastated"
A video released by local media showed a man describing the poisoning of Mark Ciavarella, an Australian teacher in the Republic of Congo.
Inside the Wagner Group: The criminals and contractors fighting Putin's war
Russian human rights activist Vladimir Osechkin told Newsweek that as many as 30,000 prisoners have been recruited and deployed to Ukraine.
Video Shows Looter 'Flash Mob' Rush 7-Eleven During Street Takeover: Police
Looters vandalized the store and threw merchandise at 7-Eleven employees, said the Los Angeles Police Department.
Ohio Home With a Jail Cell Said to Have Held John Dillinger up for Sale
"It was here that he held wild, lavish parties...hence the indoor pool, sauna, grotto-style hot tub and large great room," a realtor said of the home's creator.
Repeat Criminals Could Soon Be Banned From Entering Certain Tourist Areas
Proposed legislation in Hawaii would bar repeat criminals from entering tourism areas and could land them in jail for 30 days.
Firefighters Save Man Stuck in Chimney of House He Tried to Burglarize
A video shows firefighters removing bricks as the man—and police officers—wait.
Like Golden State Killer, France's Le Grele Turns Out to Be Ex-Cop
Officer Francois Verove admitted to a series of rapes and murders before committing suicide this week.
'I've Helped Capture 1,400 Murderers, Fugitives and Wanted Criminals'
Every day through the work I do, particularly in cases involving missing children, I keep my son Adam's memory alive. Because it's Adam, and all the other victims, who matter the most.
Gun Used to Kill Billy the Kid Estimated to Go for $2-$3 Million at Auction
Lincoln County Sheriff Pat Garrett shot the infamous criminal on July 14, 1881, cementing his place in pop culture history.
Coronavirus Kills 'One of Biggest Criminals in History of Europe'
Momcilo Krajisnik, a Bosnian Serb former wartime official, was taken to a hospital last month after developing pneumonia.
When the Center Cannot Hold
Republicans must be willing to differentiate themselves from Democrats on the foundational issue of securing law and order.
Democrats Are Surrendering Minneapolis to Criminals
The Democratic Party's war on cops is severely harming urban America.
No, Crime Isn't Going Down
A look at misleading media claims to the contrary.
Life Without Parole Is No Substitute for Capital Punishment
For the worst of the worst of the worst, there is only one just punishment.
The nation's most prominent retributivist advocate for the death penalty weighs in on the resumption of federal executions.
Migrant Criminals to Be Held on Remote Danish Island
"They are unwanted in Denmark and they must feel that," the country's integration minister has said.
President Trump Approved Use of Force at Border
As 400 military police officers from the U.S. Army redeployed to San Diego, the Trump administration approved the use of U.S. troops at the border for law enforcement tasks, permitting them to employ lethal force.
DHS Spies Are Among the Migrant Caravan
Additionally, around 400 military police officers from the U.S. Army are set to be redeployed to San Diego as a caravan of migrants approaches the southern border.
Troops Not Briefed on Alleged 270 Criminal Migrants
Both a current and former DHS official cast doubt on how the department came up with the figure while the caravan is still hundreds of miles away from the U.S. border.
GOP Candidate Liked Posts That Called Cops Racists
Watkins has received the support of President Donald Trump, an advocate of police officers.
Trump Outlawing 'Flippers' Would Bring Out Criminals
Neal Katyal, solicitor general under former President Barack Obama, reportedly said that the practice of flipping was needed in the justice system.
Manhunt Underway for Escaped Convicts in Georgia
They managed to climb onto the prison's roof and then shimmy down a drainpipe to freedom.
The 25 Richest Criminals of All Time
They say crime doesn't pay. But for these wealthy criminals, it made millions.
China: Police Using Facial-Recognition Sunglasses
The glasses are capable of recognizing one face among 10,000 people in 100 milliseconds.
Your Identity Can Be Revealed From Just Two Words
A forensic linguist figured out a way to identify someone, thanks to a study using a database of Enron emails.
Michael Dorf: Is Anti-Immigration Sentiment Anti-Latino
Why do voters oppose a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants?
El Salvador Records First Murder-Free Day in Two Years
It was a remarkable day in the gang-plagued central American nation.
What Connects Saving Elephants and the War on Drugs?
Those trying to stop the ivory trade can learn from people tackling drugs trafficking.
Trump Again Backs Away from Hardline Immigration Stance
Trump's comments came in the second part of an interview conducted on Tuesday with Fox News anchor Sean Hannity.