The year of Vision Zero's launch, 183 people were killed on L.A. streets. By 2017, that figure jumped to 245. Last year, the number dropped only slightly to 240.
Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Stockton offer some lessons on how to reduce deadly use of force.
Three Women at the Center of One of Kern’s Biggest Crime Mysteries Are Lobbying for More Public Safety Funds
Diane Byrne, Cheryl Holsonbake, and Jane Parrent are the mothers of the so-called Bakersfield Three — two deceased young men and a missing young woman whose cases are believed to be connected by family members and crime sleuths.
They’re wonderful tools, but they don’t necessarily produce the results we thought they would.
Consider this a wake-up call.
Pedestrian deaths are on the rise nationally and statewide, with California and four other states accounting for half of the 6,227 pedestrian fatalities that occurred last year.
Controversial decisions by Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva are now catching the attention of cities that contract with the LASD for policing services.
In light of a string of burglaries, Devlin has urged businesses to vary their schedules and operations, making themselves as “unpredictable” as possible to would-be thieves.
Buildings That House Thousands of People Could Collapse in a Major Earthquake. What Are Cities and Counties Doing to Prepare?
If they’ve told us once, they’ve told us a million times. The Big One is coming. Are our municipalities doing enough to get prepared?