Apple Airtags Used as Stalking Tech

Police both within the United States and internationally are reporting that Apple Airtags, quarter-sized Bluetooth devices that retail for $29 each and are used as tracking tools that users can pair with the company’s Find My app to help locate lost belongings, are being used to stalk individuals and target cars for theft

Civil Rights Commission Stalled Over Bail Reform

A new report by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has found that 60 percent of people awaiting trial are locked up because they can’t afford bail, but political polarization over the issue has paralyzed efforts at reform.

Warmer States Lure Cops From Demoralized Chicago Police Department

Police departments in states like Florida and Texas, as well as local Illinois suburbs, are stepping up efforts to aggressively recruit cops from Chicago, where morale has sunk. So-called “lateral” hiring programs, which have recruited more than 50 in the past three years, save money by getting trained cops..

USC Frat Parties to Resume Under Watch of Sexual Assault Guards

New sexual assault prevention policies were released as a Title IX investigation into allegations of sexual abuse at several USC fraternities remains underway. Fraternities, while having house parties, must post guards not only at entry points and gather areas, but also “at stairs or hallways leading to bedrooms.”