A debate is heating up in downtown Royal Oak over whether businesses should be allowed to use rolling gates over doors and windows for security purposes.
One resident said she makes sure she’s at home at night because of the increase in violent crime in the city.
The U.S. Marshals Detroit Fugitive Apprehension Team has new tools to help track down fugitives.
Police are searching for a suspect who allegedly shot a 16-year-old boy after becoming angry during a game the two were playing together.
“We were stunned when 58 percent of the residents told us crime and safety were the biggest daily struggles they face in Detroit,” Glengariff president Richard Czuba said.
The new Detroit Crime Commission is getting a $1 million federal grant to help fight crime on the city’s east side.
Wiping out the high rate of crime in Detroit – that’s the focus of “City Under Seige: A forum on Crime in Detroit” – kicking off at Wayne State University today.
The Michigan Senate has passed legislation requiring prison sentences of at least 25 years for people convicted of three or more serious violent crimes who commit one more.
This week, WSU will be hosting a forum with a focus on crime solution, with some of the nation’s leading experts in law enforcement and criminology.
After months of criticism and complaining President Obama finally reacts to the horrific crime rate and record-breaking murder rate in Chicago.