Blogs

May 7, 2015

New Louisiana Crime Prevention Legislature on the Table

On Thursday, March 13th, the House Committee on Municipal, Cultural and Parochial Affairs in Louisiana’s East Baton Rouge Parish unanimously approves three pieces of crime prevention […]
April 29, 2015

Push for Police Body-Cams Reemerges After SC Shooting

Early this month, a North Charleston, South Carolina police officer was charged with shooting and killing a reportedly unarmed man, during what started out as a […]
April 17, 2015

Can Special Education Keep UP With Common Core?

Since the Common Core Standards were launched in 2009, there has been a divisive national debate on these standards and whether or not they are the most […]
April 10, 2015

Police Professional Liability: Privacy Issues of “the Lipstick Camera”

Advances in law enforcement present complex privacy risks and Police Professional Liability issues.   Police officers are being equipped with what is called “The Lipstick Camera”.  […]