Few things are certain in 2017’s fraught national climate, but hate certainly doesn’t look to be going away. In partnership with ProPublica, Google News Lab is launching a new tool to track hate crimes across America. Powered by machine learning, the Documenting Hate News Index will track reported hate crimes across all 50 states, collecting data from February 2017 onward.
An online tool has been launched that will allow law enforcement officials to access a database that tracks offenders of wildlife crime in real-time and across the country of Uganda.
A high-ranking Department of Justice official is slated to speak in Chicago later this year on the city's fight to reduce the rate of violent crime. The Chicago Crime Commission … Click to Continue »
There is media speculation that the Government might propose an Internet ombudsman to tackle online hate crime and and other illegal material on the Net. The DCMS is due to publish a Green Paper in the Autumn outlining an Internet s...
Trump's executive order on infrastructure doesn't address the main problems, it just puts U.S. taxpayers on the hook for flooding and climate change risks.