I just saw a post asking you to be more open with stalking laws. But I would like to see Statistics on the use of the Violent Persons Registry. Not sure if that falls under your jurisdiction.
In the U.K. it's a list that people can be added to, listing them as violent or potentially violent without their knowledge.
Under the American Community Health and Safety programs,... more »
Los Angeles, March 17 - in response to March 17, 2010 article by Tony Mauro in The National Law Journal titled: “Judicial Conference Moves Federal Courts Toward More Public Access”, Dr Joseph Zernik, Los Angeles Resident, posted a comment, alleging large scale fraud on the people in the implementation of PACER and CM/ECF at the... more »
Urge governments to publish granular permalinks for all documents on their websites.
* Enable citizens to reliably cite government websites on their personal blogs, on public sites like Wikipedia, or elsewhere.
* Provide unique identifiers that enable aggregation of citations.
* Make the civic discourse surrounding government websites more discoverable.
* An easy-to-deploy archival... more »
Effective management of public services implies well-organized and law-abiding functioning of the body oriented toward proper implementation of imposed tasks with principles of accountability and publicity duly observed. Neglect of any of the above mentioned principles poses threat to both state and society especially dangerous if self-interest motivated. In... more »
Your agency is totally secretive, I myself have gotten the runaround on two FOIA requests.
Is this the begining of new day at the DOJ? Are you going to clean up the widespread corruption in the federal criminal justice system in NYC?
That would be a great place to start.
The DOJ Library has digitized important collections of legislative histories that had been compiled by various offices and entities across the agency. They have been available only through the agency intranet, and yet they are of great public interest. These legislative histories should all be accessible, in an easily searchable database, on the agency Web site.
This section is labeled "Public Feedback" and yet you have already relegated my first and only other post to some "off topic" dustbin that I cannot seem to find. Apparently, you are not actually interested in public feedback?
I believe most if not all of the president's cabinet along with the supreme court should be elected not appointed. This would prevent the president from rewarding buddies for favors with a job.