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Justice and Public Safety

State and local government tech-driven efforts around courts, corrections, law enforcement and public safety, including applied tech in police and fire.

Regulators are going after the cryptocurrency industry, which generates trillions of dollars. Crypto firms are seeking lobbyist support in Washington, D.C., as legal arguments reach a higher boiling point.
The Ellwood City Council in Pennsylvania voted in favor of installing seven traffic cameras at key intersections. The cameras will also be connected to a larger county surveillance system.
Plus, Bloomberg Philanthropies teams with the U.S. Conference of Mayors on new federal recovery dollars partnership, and more.
Naperville, Ill., rolled out a text-to-911 option this week. Officials advise citizens to only use the service if a phone call can't be made. No pictures or videos can be delivered with the service at this time.
The Pima County, Ariz., Sheriff's Department and corrections officers will soon be equipped with body-worn cameras after the Board of Supervisors approved a $26.6 million contract to fund the devices Tuesday.
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr has this week released an update on telecommunications companies’ progress in implementing the Anti-Robocall Principles, which they signed onto in 2019.
Drivers for food delivery companies like Grubhub can seek potentially huge penalties against the companies for refusing to treat them as employees before passage of a ballot measure last November.
The Rand Corporation released a report suggesting that the U.S. military should use artificial intelligence to examine social media trends to determine whether any military members are at risk of becoming extremists.
The latest product from the growing government technology vendor reflects advances in connecting multiple agencies. RapidSOS says the tool could increase access to real-time data and speed up emergency responses.
The Roseville Police Department will begin equipping officers with body-worn cameras to enhance law enforcement transparency, Police Chief Troy Bergstrom said in an announcement Wednesday.