US police have killed nearly 600 people in traffic stops since 2017, data shows | US policing

Police in the US have killed nearly 600 people during traffic stops since 2017, with the deaths continuing apace this year, a review of national police violence data shows. The numbers add urgency to the growing push from advocates to prevent deadly stops and remove officers from traffic enforcement following the police killing of Patrick… Read More »

Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery, Country Analysis, CDR Essential Intelligence – White Collar Crime, Anti-Corruption & Fraud

I  Executive summary Fraud, asset tracing and recovery always present challenges.  Fortunately, in the U.S., the process is less problematic because we have the benefit of: established common law and statutory law designed to protect against fraud; well-developed case law interpreting the law; a well-trained and educated judiciary; … Read More »

Kentucky to celebrate family law reforms by donning yellow during Shared Parenting Day April 26

The color yellow will be donned across the state of Kentucky on Tuesday, April 26 in celebration of Shared Parenting Day. Shared Parenting Day has been formally declared by lawmakers in Kentucky, Missouri, Arizona, Maryland, Massachusetts, and South Dakota. “In the footsteps of Kentucky’s historic shared parenting law passed in 2018, I’m so excited that… Read More »

World Bank readies Sri Lanka aid package, IMF calls loan talks ‘fruitful’

WASHINGTON, April 23 (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund said on Saturday it held “fruitful technical discussions” with Sri Lanka on its loan request, while the World Bank said it was preparing an emergency aid package for the crisis-stricken country. Sri Lanka, an island country of 22 million people, is struggling to pay for imports… Read More »