DEA halts huge secret 'Parallel Construction' data program
Agency collected international U.S. phone records to create database primarily used for domestic criminal cases.
by Reuters
Asset Forfeiture and the Cycle of Electronic Surveillance Funding
Asset forfeiture has long been a topic of controversy in law enforcement.

Agency will confiscate infant if entire family doesn’t get flu shots
Washington DSHS is giving the Tacoma family until February to comply.
by Police State USA
Did Two Off-Duty BSO Deputies Shoot Up a Walgreens After Leaving a Strip Club?
Were two off-duty Broward deputies so excited after leaving a strip club, they just had to let one out of the chamber?
by Ray Downs

Miami Cops Shoot Mugshots of Blacks for Target Practice
Snipers trained with photos of real people.
by Adan Salazar
Residents Cite Privacy Concerns at Meeting Over LAPD Body Cameras
Many attendees at the consultation on the subject at the Green Meadows Recreation Center in South Los Angeles were not in support of the measure.
by Michael Larkin

Miami Beach Chief does not want officers tazered in training
“…it is extremely unpleasant. I don’t believe an officer needs to go through that experience…”

Ron Paul: Inner City Turmoil and Other Crises: My Predictions for 2015
All liberties in America today are under siege.
by Ron Paul
The Police Threat Is Too High
Any encounter between the public and the police is more than 20 times more dangerous for the public than for the police.
by Paul Craig Roberts

NYPD Overseer Reviews Suspected Chokehold Cases
Other cops have used chokeholds.
by Colleen Long
Moments After Killing Tamir Rice, Police Shoved, Cuffed Consoling Sister
Cops did nothing at all to help 12-year-old they gunned down.
by Mac Slavo

Police Shoot Man Repeatedly Stabbing Himself
Police first used a stun gun and then shot the man.
by Todd L. Davis
The U.S. has more jails than colleges. Here’s a map of where those prisoners live
In many parts of America, there are more people living in prisons than on college campuses.
by Christopher Ingraham

‘Corrective’ Actions Possible If NYPD Arrest Statistics Continue To Go South
Sources: Offending Officers Could Be Subject To Sanctions, Fines And Penalties
by CBS New York
Former Vernonia police officer arrested on child luring charges
Officer sent “sexually explicit message transmitted digitally” to young girl.
by Fox 12