NYPD Quota Whistle-Blower's Lawsuit Revived
“If you come after me, I will come back after you harder.”
by Adam Klasfeld
Investigation Launched After Video Shows Officer Punching Man In The Face
“I want him to get punished for what he did and apologize a sincere apology to my son.”
by Derek Valcourt

Former FBI assistant director: to keep budgets high, we must 'Keep Fear Alive'
Fuentes’ comments come at 1:06:22 in the video.
by PrivacySOS

Report: UK Cops Drew Tasers On Over 430 Kids In 2013
Officers fired on youths between 10 and 17-years-old 37 times.
by Adan Salazar
Cop Who Illegally Kidnapped and Beat Down Syndrome Man Says He Would Do It Again if He Could
Guy had six use of force incidents in only one of his eight years with the department.
by Cassandra Rules

Chicago’s Message In Motion: Reparations For Police Brutality!
Ordinance would provide care and compensation to individuals tortured by Chicago police.
by Kelly Hayes
America's Legal System: Writing Speeding Tickets While Rapists Go Free
More emphasis placed on revenue generation than fighting crime.
by David Knight


Students object to online courses recording facial features, knuckles, voice
Software tracks students’ monitor, browser, webcam and microphone activity.
by Victor Skinner
More U.S. cities ban sledding: ‘We can’t protect people from themselves all the time’
“If they banned sledding here I mean it would be a huge disappointment to… us and all the other kids in the area.”
by Victor Skinner

Man acquitted after 24 years in prison sues NYC, police
Convicted in the 1989 shooting death of a teenager during a robbery.
by Yahoo News
Cops Told to Make Ticket Quotas Or Else
Cops turning into revenue generators for state.
by Jakari Jackson

UK Police Forces Have Secret Facial Recognition Database Of 18 Million People, Many Innocent
“You cannot treat innocent people the same way you treat guilty people.”
by Glyn Moody
Alabama’s Governor Apologizes to India After a Man Was Injured in a Police Encounter
57-year-old man was left partially paralyzed after being wrestled to the pavement near his son’s home.
by Rishi Iyengar

“Make Arrests, Issue Tickets or Get Fired” Missouri Police Caught in Disgusting Quota Scheme
A former Bellefontaine Neighbors police officer has come out of the quota closet and is exposing the department’s highly unethical revenue collection scheme.
by Matt Agorist
Ban on Government License Plate Cameras Nears in Montana
Big Sky Country, now with less creepiness.
by J.D. Tuccille