Law Enforcement

London Mayor Sadiq Khan

Support for Mayor Khan Crashes After Summer of Violence

The London Mayor’s approval rating has slumped to its lowest level on record after a summer of surging violence in the capital, crashing to just a fifth of its previous level a few months ago.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - AUGUST 19: Police arrest people protesting that the police were allowed to leadthe march at Glasgow Pride on August 19, 2017 in Glasgow, Scotland. The largest festival of LGBTI celebration in Scotland has been held every year in Glasgow since 1996. (Photo by Robert Perry/Getty Images)

Police ‘Struggling’ to Fight Crime, Study Warns

With soaring rates of “high harm” crime, falling arrest rates, and a shrinking proportion of crimes resulting in a charge, police forces in Britain are finding it “increasingly difficult” to keep the public safe, an official report has warned.

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Border Patrol Agent Fired Upon from Mexico

A Border Patrol Agent sitting inside his parked duty vehicle was fired upon from Mexico early Sunday morning, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

San Jacinto County Sheriff's Office deputies raid drug house believed to be connected to a Mexican drug cartel. (Photo: Scott Engle/Montgomery County Police Reporter)

Texas Sheriff Seizes Guns, Roosters in Suspected Cartel-Connected Meth House

An East Texas sheriff seized drugs, guns, roosters, and dogs during a pre-dawn raid of a rundown house with possible connections to a Mexican drug cartel. The seizures followed the discovery of drugs being smuggled to county jail inmates performing outside-the-jail work duties.ates on outside work tasks.

The worn bars in the cell block are seen at Alcatraz Island, a 22-acre rocky outcrop situated 1.5 miles offshore in San Francisco Bay, August 11, 2011. Seventy-seven years ago on August 11, 1934, a group of federal prisoners classified as "most dangerous" arrived at the new high-security penitentiary designed …

Russia Sentences Cubans to Prison for Trying to Reach U.S. Through Alaska

A court in far eastern Chukotka, Russia, sentenced two Cuban nationals to a provisional sentence of one year in prison on Wednesday for traveling to Russia with the intent of crossing the Bering Strait into Alaska, hoping to establish themselves in the United States.