This Supreme Court decision limits some local government gun regulation.
Had this case been decided the other way much legal liability for local governments would have ensued.
This case makes it easier for police officers to be sued for malicious prosecution.
In the pursuit of real and necessary police reform, we can sometimes lose sight of the true devotion of our law enforcement officers.
UnitedOnGuns offers the Mass Shooting Protocol & Playbook, a free resource to support local governments.
This episode bypasses partisan gun control arguments to focus on the near-impossible responsibility local government officials face after a mass-casualty event.
This case will set legal rules for local government regulation of guns outside the home.
Qualified immunity protects local government from paying money damages when police officers take actions that are alleged to be unconstitutional, but the law isn't "clearly established."
Brett Parson, lieutenant (retired) of the Washington Metropolitan Police, and Thomas Wieczorek, director of the Center for Public Safety Management, share insight on the challenges facing police leadership.