Georgia Ports Authority police officers could make arrests up to 1 mile outside of the ports of Savannah and Brunswick.
A new study finds that some police forces are losing officers at a faster pace since 2020. In New Orleans, there's a grudging acceptance that it's time to offload some duties to civilians.
The Senate Committee on Health and Human Services approved of House Bill 383, the Safer Hospitals Act, in its meeting yesterday. The bill calls for stronger protections to ensure the safety of emergency health care workers and health care workers in a hospital.
Supporters of the bill say they are trying to improve public safety in Jackson but critics say the bill is a paternalistic attempt to intrude on local decision-making and voting rights in the capital.
More than 20 people from around the country face domestic terrorism charges after dozens of young men in black masks attacked the site of a police training center under construction in a wooded area outside Atlanta that has become the flashpoint of conflict between authorities and left-leaning protesters.
A new report indicates that the federal government severely undercounts people who died while being transported, detained or arrested by law enforcement and those who died while incarcerated.
A man from Dallas, Ga., filed a claim against Paulding County Sheriff’s Office alleging excessive use of force in a March 2022 incident. The department is asking the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to review the interaction.
Plans for an Atlanta police training facility in the city’s southeastern quadrant remain at the center of controversy. Members of the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center Community Stakeholders Advisory Committee — current and former — are speaking out about the process.
A 32-year-old man reportedly entered guilty pleas to an attempt to seize about 200,00 Cadbury Creme Eggs in a semi truck in central England.
The Macon-Bibb County Commission is a vote away from approving the rollout of an expansive camera surveillance network in the city’s downtown core.
The Memphis officer stood over Tyre Nichols and took photographs, which he sent to other officers and a female acquaintance, according to documents released by the Tennessee's police standards panel.
Monday on Political Rewind: Republican legislators proposed bills that would make it easier to remove what they call "corrupt prosecutors" from district attorney's offices. Meanwhile, the DNC approved a new primary calendar that moves Georgia's earlier — though Gov. Brian Kemp previously said he wouldn't support the move.
There has been a lot of coverage of the battle between protesters and supporters of a police training facility that has been called "Cop City". But we haven’t heard much from the people who live in the neighborhood. What do they want?
Nichols, 29, was pulled over on Jan. 7 for what police said was reckless driving. After trying to flee on foot, Nichols was severely beaten by police. He died in a hospital days later.
Monday on Political Rewind: Protestors gathered peacefully over the weekend after the release of four videos showing the brutal death of Tyre Nichols at the hands of Memphis police officers. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp and Mayor Andre Dickens coordinate to stem violent protest in Atlanta.