You might have saw this headline: "She Was Jailed for Basic Journalism.A Federal Court Isn't Sure if That's Unconstitutional." It's true.
Philadelphia Police do not consider resisting arrest or attempting to flee as justifications for deadly force. This is significant in the Siderio case because officers cannot confirm if Siderio had a gun when he ran.
Police are posting on social media, even in their uniforms and when on duty, now more than ever. But is it a good thing?
Most Americans don't understand civil asset forfeiture, but it was trending yesterday after CBSDFW published a copaganda "news" piece on it.
A new report from the ACLU alleges that 70% of the people shot at by a California police department displayed signs of mental illness.
A Nassau County bill would have allowed police officers to sue protestors who "harassed" them, but the county's executive vetoed the bill.
Nassau County passed a bill earlier this month that punishes protestors who “harass” police. Critics worry it thwarts First Amendment rights.
The use-of-force and duty-to-intervene standards in policing leave room for excessive force. They also may be targeting certain groups.
A body-worn camera (BWC) is a wearable camera. Clipped to a police officer's uniform, they are designed to capture police encounters and violent crimes. These cameras are becoming a common problem for police officers. Vigilant people in the community tend to capture crime scenes as