Neighborhood Scout Reveals its 2017 list of cities with the most violent crime.
Steve Karantzoulidis · January 16, 2017
The 20-year veteran of the Cleveland Police Department used a law enforcement database to conduct background checks on behalf of his security company.
SSI Staff · November 29, 2016
Over the last 10 years, 26% of U.S. households were victimized by crime.
Steve Karantzoulidis · November 28, 2016
In comparison to 2014, the FBI reports there were more violent crimes but less property crimes in 2015.
SSI Staff · September 28, 2016
A recent study found that jurors watching video surveillance footage of a crime in slow motion are far more likely to be ready to convict the alleged criminal than if the video was seen in full speed.
Stephen Sellner · August 03, 2016
Thanks to video surveillance cameras in Harrisburg, Pa., a suspected killer is behind bars. The security camera footage helped police identify 19-year-old Shamir Hunter.
Stephen Sellner · June 28, 2016
To combat the never-ending cycle of gang violence in Chicago, Ald. Ray Lopez proposes offering $200 rebates to homeowners for the installation of their own security cameras if the residents allow the Chicago Police Department to add the camera to their video surveillance network.
Stephen Sellner · May 20, 2016
A series of random shootings along a California freeway have Pittsburg City Council considering the installation of video surveillance cameras.
Stephen Sellner · May 16, 2016
The Saginaw Police Department is receiving a new video management software (VMS) to store more video from the city's surveillance cameras. City Council approved the purchase on Monday.
Stephen Sellner · March 16, 2016
Indiana lawmakers voted on Thursday to allow police to withhold the release of footage obtained by body cameras and dashboard cameras if they feel it will hinder investigations or put someone in harm's way.
Stephen Sellner · March 14, 2016