Department of Justice

Successfully Protecting Public Insurance from Fraud

Health care fraud program reports billions of taxpayer dollars returned to federal health funds.

Strategies for Solving the Police Use of Force Crisis

Former FBI agent outlines ways departments can reduce deadly encounters between civilians and police.

Disability and Policing

Existing rules can help ensure police use best practices for interacting with those who have special needs.

The Future of Police Reform Under the Trump Administration

Insights gleaned from past federal enforcement efforts can inform future locally driven improvements.

President Obama Signs First Ever Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights

The bill begins to close gaps in state-by-state regulatory treatment of sexual assault survivors.

$85 Billion AT&T Deal Takes Center Stage as Election Nears

Recently proposed mega-merger falls in the crosshairs of presidential race.

Increasing Shelter Access for Transgender People

The Obama Administration issued a final rule that halts discrimination at homeless shelters.

Prosecuting Corporate Criminals

Prosecutions of individual corporate criminals can, in fact, be successful—and are critical for attaining justice.

(Not) Prosecuting Financial Crimes

Holding companies accountable for crimes is essential, yet more must be done to end “too big to jail” concerns.

Is Quantified Cost-Benefit Analysis a Requirement for Rulemaking?

Administrative law expert explores whether agencies must always use numbers to justify new rules.

Solving the FBI-Apple Dispute

Apple-FBI dispute highlights the value of improving law enforcement’s technical capacity.

Federal Agency Moves to Ensure Safety in Public Housing

New rule issued to protect public housing occupants from sexual harassment in their home.