U.S. law enforcement agencies are tracking more cellular devices than ever these days but obtaining fewer wiretapping warrants.
That’s thanks in part to a proliferation in location-based technologies and flexible communications providers that turn over information based on police claims of an ongoing “emergency.” Comparing numbers from the Administrative Office of the United States Courts to figures shared by Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA), the Times found that law enforcement requests to track devices come fast and furious every single day for the major mobile carriers, but very few included court approval.
Restorative justice attempts to break the cycle of violence by addressing the underlying cause – often, a traumatic experience, such as physical or verbal abuse or witnessing a violent crime – and acknowledging the emotional impact of such trauma on young people. Through active communication, young people in restorative justice programs have been able to overcome their violent impulses.
As a Criminal Justice major, I’m very happy that cites are starting to use different techniques for combating crime.
After suffering a string of political setbacks in the U.S. industrial heartland, organized labor hopes Michigan voters will help turn the tide in a November election by supporting a state constitutional amendment for the right to unionize.
Despite insistence from GOP leadership that the White House was behind the so-called “Fast and Furious” gunwalking program, a report from House Republicans released Tuesday names five officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms as culprits in the misguided effort. All five…
After all that bullshit? Reason why the GOP needs to go!