Department of Justice

DOJ names lead prosecutor for pandemic unemployment fraud

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Associate Deputy Attorney General Kevin Chambers will lead the effort, which he said will rely on data shared by state workforce agencies.

Justice Department funds body-worn cameras for small-town, rural, tribal police

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A $7.65 million program is open to law enforcement agencies with 50 or fewer full-time sworn personnel, as well as tribal and rural departments.

DHS will beef up law enforcement IT network, using cloud savings

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CIO Luke McCormack pledged that improved functionalities are on the way for state and local agencies using its information sharing system.

A year on, White House pushes police open data partnerships

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The Obama administration is redoubling its efforts to get departments around the country opening up their data.

Majority of Americans support police body cameras — study

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A new survey shows that many Americans believe body cameras can help ease tensions, but many don't understand how the technology is used.

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