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SpotCrime Weekly Reads: AI, police conduct, transparency

Police conduct, retired officers back to work, misconduct files released, lack of data stalling cases, association between food insecurity and intimate partner violence, crime victim federal aid drops, crimes against USPS workers, AI in policing, police tech and AI ease workforce woes, WisDOJ sued over police transparency, states that publish current crime data, independent oversight for federal prison system, and more... POLICE CONDUCT N.M. Police Department to Bring Retired Officers Back to Work  ( New Louisiana law will criminalize approaching police under certain circumstances  (KGET) Chicago police misconduct files will soon be made public. ‘This is a huge step forward for transparency’  (Chicago Sun Times) A cop gave Fresno man a jaywalking ticket. Then came ‘campaign of hate and revenge’  (Fresno Bee) George Floyd’s murder led to a national reckoning on policing, but efforts have stalled or reversed  (NBC News) L.A.’s dirtiest cop: A mild-mannered traffic officer who

SpotCrime Weekly Reads: gun violence, police staffing shortages, hate crimes

Police staffing shortages, civilian response teams, USPS postal police, DOJ hotlines to report hate crimes, America's gun problem, gun violence, ICE data collection on Americans, NYPD secret database, facial recognition in schools, law enforcement polices restrict transparency and accountability, a holistic criminal justice system, and more... POLICE CONDUCT Staffing shortages are causing case backlogs at Phoenix-area police departments  ( With Complaints Rising, Transit Agencies Search for Alternatives to Police  (Route Fifty) see also:  SLCPD to form new civilian response team to handle massive call volume  (Fox13) After court battle, Marilyn Mosby releases list of 305 Baltimore police officers with credibility issues  (The Baltimore Sun) Voters, investors and crime experts have eyes on bid to recall San Francisco DA  (Courthouse News Service) After years of gang list controversy, the NYPD has a new secret database. It's focused on guns.  (Gothamist) Baltimore Co