Fired the city's police chief after a public outcry over the handling of the case of a black teenager
"What about here in the homeland...what do we really have to do?"
Prosecutors are expected to argue that Gray was critically injured in the van because he was unbelted
Long gone are the days of establishing a perimeter and waiting for SWAT teams and hostage negotiators to save the day
Highly praised officers betraying the public’s trust and showing their true colors is a common occurrence
DEA spends about $18 million in efforts with state and local authorities to pull up marijuana plants
Officer was facing several criminal charges
The Bureau announced that, for years, the hair analysis testimony it had used to investigate criminal suspects was severely and hopelessly flawed
Police say the cow wandering on busy roads was a serious traffic safety concern
Cops outfitted with heavy body armor and long rifles
“These things are useful tools and the president taking them away will put more officers in jeopardy"
Police were called after the bar said members of the family brought beer inside instead of buying drinks
McDonald was murdered for jaywalking
Police state display follows global travel warning
Legal framework governing Britain’s undercover policing examined by the courts will continue
Officer shown on police dash-cam jumping out of squad car and within seconds unloading 16 rounds into 17-year-old.
Minus significant legal oversight
City Hall ordered cops last year to ticket suspects they caught with 25 grams or less of marijuana instead of arresting them...
Officers can take cash and property from people without convicting or even charging them with a crime
City had opposed the release of the potentially inflammatory video...
Filming app stirs controversy
Paris attacks provoke mass security expansion
Courtroom bailiff arrests attorney for speaking loudly
Police apologized Friday for the "totally unacceptable" behavior
Incident touched off when cart employee was using to help spread the ice-melt rolled into the officer's private vehicle
Protest against Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit
Protesters have camped for days outside the police precinct, setting up tents and campfires
Civil asset forfeiture scrutinized in court
Man, now 64, was exonerated in the June 1981 killing and released from prison in 2009 after DNA testing
Feds taking over local police to install an even worse police state