A new task force made up of legislators, law enforcement officials, experts, and more has begun work to address the needs of sexual assault survivors in Missouri.
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A new commission will evaluate Missouri’s technological infrastructure and identify cybersecurity risks under a new law.
It’s a cornucopia of police and criminal justice reform provisions from implementing stress management programs for officers to separating juveniles from adults in prison.
A bipartisan push to change Missouri’s parole system for those convicted as minors crossed the finish line with Gov. Mike Parson’s signature.
Two highways in St. Louis will be renamed in memory of David Dorn, a retired St. Louis police captain who was killed in 2020.
Following a nationwide increase in catalytic converter thefts, a bill signed into law Tuesday seeks to discourage the crime in Missouri.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt said Kansas City’s police budget reallocation is an illegal attempt to “defund the police.”
Attorney General Eric Schmitt assisted a driver after his truck turned onto its side Thursday, helping to pull the driver out of the wreck.