The animated movie highlights four Indigenous Wyoming women in order to shed light on the wide-reaching crisis.
ACLU of Wyoming Sues Teton County Over 24/7 Sobriety Program
The lawsuit claims the program violates the Fourth, Eighth and Fourteenth amendments of the U.S. Constitution.
Grand Teton Law Enforcement Rangers Embrace ‘Wave of the Future’ With Body Cameras
A previously-decommissioned body camera program was reinstated this fall, and GTNP rangers say they’re pleased with it so far.
Jackson’s New Police Chief Talks Budgets, Mental Health, Masks and More
Newly sworn-in Jackson Chief of Police Michelle Weber discusses her priorities for the department.
Domestic Terrorism Specialist Says Liberal Western Towns Like Jackson Have Cause for Concern
Legal scholar and former FBI agent Michael German offers sage advice for combatting right-wing militia groups in the West.
Cop Rally Rooted in Misinformation Stirs Tension
Law enforcement supporters last week gathered outside a Jackson Town Council meeting under false pretenses. The rally highlighted some of Jackson policing’s political undertones.
Jackson Lieutenant Schultz Resigns After Offensive Blotter Post
The post strained trust between victims of sexual violence and police, community advocates say.
County Rejects ‘Defunding’ Law Enforcement, Approves Task Force
Activists are largely encouraged by the move, but is it enough to implement structural change?
Effort to Reimagine Policing Gains Traction, But Has Long Road Ahead
An ad hoc group of activists and concerned citizens is challenging officials to examine their biases and the roles of law enforcement. Here’s how they are changing community conversation.