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Two Years After the Police Killing of Philando Castile, Justice Continues to Be Denied

On July 7, 2016, the day after the shooting of Philando Castile, artists from the Twin Cities came together to create a public mural to process their shock and grief.

New LAPD Plan Would Allow For Release of Video From Officer-Involved Shootings

Los Angeles has the dual distinction among American cities of being the largest to equip all of its patrol officers with body-worn cameras and of keeping some of the tightest

WATCH: America Has a Sociopathic Police Problem

The recent acquittal of Mesa, Arizona, police officer Philip Brailsford in the 2016 shooting death of Daniel Shaver has once again sparked debate over the culture of policing in the

Top Changes in 2 Years Since Release of Laquan McDonald Shooting Video

With Friday marking the two-year anniversary of the release of dashcam video that showed Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke shooting 17-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times, there’s much that’s changed.

The Cops Were Chasing a Shoplifter And They Ended Up Destroying an Innocent Man’s Home.

Leo Lech owns a property parcel at 4219 South Alton Street in Greenwood Village, a sleepy suburban enclave tucked between Denver’s bustling Tech Center and the scenic reservoir of Cherry

South Carolina Prosecution Group Recommends Law Carrying up to 20-Year Prison Term For Excessive Police Force

A group of South Carolina authorities on Monday suggested that the state create new laws on police uses of force, criminal penalties for officers who run afoul of the guidelines

Department of Justice Agent Who Blew The Whistle in 2012 Says Experience Ruined Him

In 2012, Dan Bethards had been a special agent in the Wisconsin Department of Justice for 14 years. But his career and life were upended after he reported his direct

People Who Want to Make it Easier to Prosecute Cops Who Kill Might Get Their Way Soon

For two years, police-reform groups have unsuccessfully tried to convince state lawmakers to make it easier to prosecute law enforcement officers who kill in the line of duty. Those reformers

Body Cam Study Shows No Effect On Police Use Of Force Or Citizen Complaints

Having police officers wear little cameras seems to have no discernible impact on citizen complaints or officers’ use of force, at least in the nation’s capital. That’s the conclusion of

No Forfeiture-Database Backup With Millions on the Line, NYPD Admits

MANHATTAN — New York City is one power surge away from losing all of the data police have on millions of dollars in unclaimed forfeitures, a city attorney admitted to

[WATCH] Sevier County Deputy Suffered Panic Attack While Armed, Opens Fire in Mobile Home Park, Couple Charged With Causing it

SEVIERVILLE, Tenn., — A Sevier County Sheriff’s Office deputy opened fire without warning in a mobile home park, suffered an apparent panic attack four minutes later and was forcibly disarmed

ACLU Lawsuit Alleges Chicago Police Brutality ‘Magnified For People With Disabilities’

The suit seeks a permanent injunction to block the city from continuing what it calls its current policies and practices “of using unlawful force against black and Latino people and