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2021 in Review: Rising Crime, COVID Rules, and Court Cases

With just hours remaining until we ring in 2022, it's time for our annual retrospective on the year that was 2021—and what a year it was.

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San Francisco Mayor Who Once Demanded Defunding Now Wants More Police to Combat Crime Surge

Crime data shows there were 3,375 reports of larceny theft citywide in November — the overwhelming majority of those were car break-ins.

Beleaguered Seattle Police Face Possible $10 Million Budget Cut

The current deployable officer ratio means there are 1.3 officers to every 1,000 Seattle residents.

1 Answer to Minneapolis' Question 2 is Found in Newton's 3 Laws of Motion

In looking at Minneapolis as a microcosm of the anti-police movement across America writ large, it is perhaps useful to view the activity there through the prism of Three Laws of Motion proposed by English mathematician and physicist Sir Isaac Newton.

We've Seen This Movie Before: Current Events Through a Filmmaker's Lens

Shootings, Stabbings, Murder, and Mayhem! Grab a bucket of popcorn and find your seat—the projector is rolling and the show's about to begin.

Violence Rising in VA City's Schools After Removal of SROs

“I’m pleading with the City Council this evening that we reinstate our school resource officers immediately,” said Gregory C. Hutchings Jr., Superintendent of Schools, Alexandria.

Republican Video Features Democrat Leaders Supporting the Defund the Police Movement

"You don't have one bad apple. You don't have four bad apples. You have a system-wide problem in that police department," failed Senate and presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, says in the video.

Anti-Cop Rhetoric: The Beat (Down) Goes On

Despite persistent anti-police sentiment, American law enforcement continues to watch over the American public, like sheepdogs protecting the flock from the wolves.

Group Sues Saying Minneapolis Disband the Police Ballot Question is Too Vague

A lawsuit from a group of city residents argues the ballot question's wording is still too vague, even after the city council approved new language last week.

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Providence Mayor Appoints Non-Sworn Police Major

Mayor Jorge Elorza appointed Michael Stephens, formerly the city's director of recreation services, as the Community Relations and Diversion Services Major on Friday.

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