New York City ‘violence interruptors’ now use social media to intervene when online conflicts threaten to spill over into violence. Mike Perry and Samuel Jackson tell Crime Report editor Stephen Handelman how they do it in the latest episode of “Criminal Justice Matters.”
Gov. Matt Bevin spoke to community leaders in Louisville about the city’s growing problems with violence and announced a prayer-centric he hopes will help mobilize the city,. The governor urged residents to commit to walking a particular block of the city two to three times a week for the next year.
At a convenience store in St. Louis, you can’t enter at night unless you look into the camera. If your face is obscured by a mask, face or hood, the door stays locked. If the camera gets a good look at you, it lets you in.