Corrections News Reports
The Green River Killer: Experts say he's like other serial killers
Flanked by his attorneys, Ridgway answers a prosecutor's questions Wednesday in a packed King County, Wash. courtroom. From his testimony, this much is clear: Gary L. Ridgway loved to kill. The mystery is why.
Supreme Court Hears Several Law Enforcement Related Cases
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguements in several law enforcement relevant cases this past week. The cases address roadblocks, search and seizure isues. The first case dealt with the issue of a 'faulty' search warrant.
Hunt is On For Those Who Set Devastating Cal. Wildfires
There have been more than 500 tips, dozens of cars stopped, a handful of men questioned, at least one confession and endless rumors, but authorities say they still haven't arrested anyone who sparked one of the Southern California wildfires.
PoliceOne Special Report: Recent Developments Regarding Use of Zylon in Ballistic Vests
PoliceOne has created a special section and report to address the controversy surrounding the recent penetrations and subsequent recall of Second Chance Zylon-based vests. The section is designed to facilitate information sharing on this important issue...
First of D.C.-Area Sniper Shooting Trials Begins
Prosecutor Paul Ebert, left, questions Prince William County Police Officer Steven Bailey on Tuesday. Bailey testified seeing sniper suspect, John Allen Muhammad, after one of the shootings.
11th Person Feared Dead in Staten Island Ferry Accident
New York Police officers transport a victim's body after a Staten Island ferry crashed into a pier in Staten Island Wednesday evening and tore a huge gash down the side of the ship. At least 10 people died and more than 34 were injured in the incident.
Dealing Weapons; In the Face of Death, an Undercover Life of Guns
A NYPD undercover officer has outfitted his Walther PPK with a metal coat hanger to hold it in place in his pants. Two of its officers were killed on Staten Island in March. (New York Times photo.)
Escaped Pa. Prisoner's 3-Day Run Ends
Escaped prisoner Hugo Selenski in custody after turning himself in Monday evening to Penn. State Police at his home outside Wilkes Barre Penn. (Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader photo)
Hung Jury in Calif. Police Brutality Case
Milwaukee, Wisconsin A Los Angeles judge declared a hung jury Tuesday in the police brutality case against a white former officer during a videotaped arrest.