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Filming Cops was started in 2010 as a conglomerative blogging service documenting police abuse. The aim isn’t to demonize the natural concept of security provision as such, but to highlight specific cases of State-monopolized police brutality that are otherwise ignored by traditional media outlets.

Veteran Cop Forced Drug Dealer to Sell Cocaine For Him, Prosecutor Says

A 25-year veteran of the Newark Police Department has been jailed on allegations he forced a drug dealer to sell cocaine on his behalf, Essex County authorities said Monday. Investigators

WATCH: Jury Convicts Paterson Police Officer Jose Urena in Fatal Hit-and-Run Case

A Passaic County jury, after almost three days of deliberations, convicted police officer Jose Urena, Jr. in the fatal Temple Street hit-and-run that left Jaquill “Jake” Fields dead. Urena was

Massachusetts Police Association Executive Rick Pedrini Relieved of Duty After Controversial Columns

The Arlington police lieutenant who is taking over as head of the Massachusetts Police Association has been relieved of duty and placed on paid administrative leave from his police department

WATCH: $825,000 Settlement After Police Beat, Tase, Pepper Spray Diabetic Man

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – A man with diabetes will receive hundreds of thousands of dollars from Commerce City after officers beat, tased and pepper sprayed him after mistakenly believing he

WATCH: Kenmore Police Chief Arrested on Federal Drug Charge

KENMORE, N.Y. – The U.S. Attorney’s Office confirmed Friday that Kenmore Police Chief Peter Breitnauer was arrested on a federal drug charge. Breitnauer was arrested by FBI agents at Kenmore

WATCH: Rookie Pittsburgh Officer Fired Following Argument With Swissvale Officer

PITTSBURGH — A rookie Pittsburgh Police officer has been fired following an argument with a Swissvale officer that happened in October while he was off-duty. The encounter between probationary Officer

7 Convictions Tied to Corrupt Chicago Police Sergeant Overturned

CHICAGO – Seven people framed by a corrupt Chicago police sergeant had their convictions overturned Friday. An additional 16 men were granted certificates of innocence. The seven convictions were tied

WATCH: San Diego Sheriff’s Department Deputy Sentenced for Groping Teenage Girl

A former San Diego County Sheriff’s Department deputy who admitted to groping a teenage girl while standing behind her at a restaurant in Vista was sentenced Wednesday. Timothy Wilson Jr.,

Judge Allows Excessive Force Lawsuit to Proceed Against Lincoln Police Officers

Barine Deezia’s excessive force lawsuit can go forward against the Lincoln police officers who arrested him, a federal judge has ruled. An assistant city attorney had argued that the officers

The San Diego Police Department Doesn’t Know How Many Civilians Have Accused Officers of Sexual Misconduct

An unusually high number of sexual misconduct incidents have placed an unwanted spotlight on San Diego County’s law enforcement. San Diego’s CBS News 8 launched an investigation into the prevalence

“I Need Some Help Please”: A Woman Died in a Virginia Prison After Begging For Medical Care

GOOCHLAND, VA. – Victoria Addison was sifting through boxes of her biological mother’s belongings from prison when she came across the handwritten pleas for help. “I still can’t keep anything

Berkeley County Deputies Accused of Using Excessive Force During Moncks Corner Arrest

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. — The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office is facing accusations of using excessive force during an incident on October 14, at a home on Maggie Lane in Moncks