Tagged: law

Alabama Immigration Law Hurting the State’s Economy and Society

The Center for American Progress examines the effects of the Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act, H.B. 56 passed in June 2011 in the report Alabama’s Immigration Disaster: The Harshest Law in the Land Harms the State’s Economy and Society. “This report reviews the economic and social harm caused...

Game Plan for Super Bowl Security

The City of Indianapolis, Indiana is gearing up to host the Super Bowl on Sunday, which will bring hundreds of thousands of people to the city. The Super Bowl can generate a lot of business for the city, but they will need to be prepared for the increased security, emergency,...

Half of States Received Failing Grade in Protection Against Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Report Cards

The Protected Innocence Initiative is a comprehensive strategy to promote zero tolerance for child sex trafficking. As part of the initiative Shared Hope International released 51 separate report cards, one for each state and the District of Colombia. The report cards set a national standard of protection against domestic minor...

Impact of the Economic Downturn on American Police Agencies

The report The Impact of the Economic Downturn on American Police Agencies from the Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) examines how the economic crisis has changed policing in the United States. The report captured information from “reputable surveys, publications, and a variety of data sets”...