Law Enforcement/Public Safety Archive
This week Jim, Greg, and Natalie discuss Police Chief Burbank’s sudden resignation after clashing with Mayor Becker over sexual harassment allegations. Also
With Natalie gone, Jim and Greg have no referee between them. They discuss the productivity of Utah’s Legislative session, the House’s maneuvering
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: February 25, 2015) – A discussion on terrorism and today’s media: the roles, responsibilities and
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: February 11, 2015) – a discussion about the militarization of contemporary policing, as it relates
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: January 28, 2015) – Salt Lake City’s Housing First program to manage homelessness has received
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: January 21, 2015) – America incarcerates more people than any other country in the world.
Greg, Natalie and Jim talk about Mitt Romney in 2016, Russia, teetotallers on the alcohol commission, funding education, and Utah drops “Ag-Gag”
Utah lawmakers are working to make it easier for some convicted criminals get a fresh start. Republican Representative Eric Hutchings, is sponsoring
Victims of dating violence may soon have more protection under Utah law. Yesterday the House Judiciary Committee passed a bill that offers
Stricter seat belt laws could be coming to Utah. Wednesday, a bill that would require seatbelts to be worn on Utah’s highways
Have a question about crime or an issue in your community? An officer from the Salt Lake City Police Department wants to
The investigation continues into the disappearance of Brooklyn Gittins, the 13-year-old Herriman girl who sparked a wide spread search earlier this week.
Clearfield Representative Paul Ray wants to give gun owners more freedom. The Republican lawmaker is running a bill in the upcoming legislative
Utah residents love their guns. The state has some of the loosest gun laws in the country and is home to
It’s bigger, safer, and more energy efficient' and now, Salt Lake City’s new Public Safety Building is inching closer to being complete.
Nine hundred thousand dollars. That money is coming to Salt Lake City to help fight domestic violence thanks to the U.S.
Law enforcement and public safety issues took center stage in Utah’s 4th District congressional race Thursday. Democratic incumbent Jim Matheson and Salt
After a week of deliberating, the West Valley City Council announced last night it will not be releasing any files relating to
Ammunition is making it difficult for firefighters to battle a wildfire burning on the Utah National Guard’s Camp Williams, just outside of
The impact of Sunday’s massacre at a Sikh Temple in Wisconsin by a white supremacist hit especially hard for Salt Lake County
Eighty-four documents released Tuesday after more than two years of work by The Salt Lake Tribune to obtain them reveal what West
Today on the show, we looked at automatic license plate scanners with the ACLU of Utah and Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim
It’s been almost two years since State Park Ranger Brody Young was shot more than a half dozen times by an armed
There are many critical issues on the table this election year in Salt Lake County, like canyons development, SkiLink, human services and
Hundreds of theft victims may soon have their items returned after West Jordan Police recovered a stolen motor home. West Jordan Officer
Salt Lake City leaders got an update on jail overcrowding yesterday. Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder says for the first time
Utah’s second largest-city is also the state’s most diverse. West Valley City’s population is 45 percent ethnic minorities, which can create language
Utah animal welfare groups are offering rewards for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for burying a kitten
Two weeks after 6-year-old Sierra Newbold was taken from her home, sexually assaulted and drowned in a nearby canal, a suspect has
With wildfires sparking up all across the state, firework restrictions are tighter than they’ve been in years. Law enforcement officers spent much