The majority of shootings in most U.S. police departments involve animals, usually dogs, and experts say a new series of videos can help change often quick-trigger decisions fueled by fear.
A federal appeals court appeared ready last year to strike down as an unconstitutional invasion of privacy a controversial California law requiring police to collect DNA samples from every person arrested in the state.
Galt Police received a 911 call from someone who heard shots around 9:30 p.m. at 2nd and E streets. The man was found on the 400 block of 2nd Street.
When interviewing the man, authorities suspected alcohol may have played a role. The man in the Comcast truck was taken to jail and whether charges are filed will be up to the district attorney.
“Mr. Wheeler, we’ve said all along would probably make a very good council member, probably make a very good fire chief. But not at the same time. That’s illegal.”
Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the shooting of a woman in South Sacramento.
To step up enforcement, police have asked the city to something unexpected—lower the fine for a first-time offender to just $50.
The Stockton Police Department is participating in a worldwide law enforcement tweet-a-thon to draw attention to social media as a tool for law enforcement.
When considering a career in Sacramento’s criminal justice field, investigate education first.
For America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.
The Yolo County Sheriff’s Department said today it has laid off multiple deputies to help deal with a $2.8 budget deficit.