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One or more persons representing the Rio Rancho police department have admitted to the facts I am about to share. Last week, as my family and I were driving home, we were stopped by two Rio Rancho police officers (just two doors down from our housRead Letter
I want to elaborate a bit on the Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police’s shameful defense of Officer Jeffrey Cudjik, a cop now under internal and federal investigations for habitual lying on affidavits; harassing, terrorizing and possibly stealing f
Three girls and three boys at Greensburg Salem High School were charged with child pornography. The girls, ages 14 and 15, are charged with taking pictures of themselves; the boys, 15, 16 and 17, with receiving them.
Students said the fire was started because police were harassing students on their front lawns and firing rubber bullets. Police assembled into a ''skirmish line,'' dressed in riot gear, with night sticks and ''rubber bullet
Legislation that the House of Representatives passed overwhelmingly would send billions of dollars to thousands of communities to help them hire and retain 50,000 police officers. [returning vets & ticket writers]
A rising number of U.S. border-enforcement officers are being arrested on corruption charges as Mexican drug cartels look to bribery as a way to get around tougher security, border officials say.
Judges, authorities, and your fellow serfs have a message for you: obey your masters and you won't be hurt.
"computer and internet protocol address verifier," or CIPAV, is designed to infiltrate a target's computer and gather a wide range of information, which it secretly sends to an FBI server in eastern Virginia.
A Casa Grande (AZ) police officer threatened to arrest a group of demonstrators for waving a gay pride flag, prompting an investigation by his superiors amid allegations that the officer violated the U.S. Constitution.
Just a couple of weeks ago, Forbes rated Portland, Maine America's "most livable" city. So, naturally, the PPD recently received a pair of M113 armored personnel carriers -- better known as "tanks" -- from the Pentagon. Oh, su
The former lead Oakland police investigator into the slaying of Oakland Post Editor Chauncey Bailey has been accused of insubordination and compromising a police probe, and two of his superiors are also facing possible discipline for allegedly failin
A gaze-tracking camera system watches the eyeballs of CCTV operators as they work. It then automatically produces a summary of the CCTV video sequences they have missed during their shift. [oh, the irony]
I cringe to think how many times clients come into my office to discuss their criminal matter with me only to learn they have done possibly irreparable damage to their case. I have found few people who are aware of their constitutional rights. Your a
In 2007, assistant police chief Tracy Montgomery wrote, “Dave Barnes is a repeat offender and it is my hope that his specific conduct be addressed formally, rather than informally...Mark my words, if Dave is dealt with, others will think twice about
The memo from the Phoenix Police Dept says photographers taking pictures inside Central Station need to be interrogated “without giving the impression we are interrogating them”. It states police & security guards need to take as much information fro
Zanesville, OH law enforcement deals with sex offenders almost daily, but in the past couple of months, Zanesville police have dealt with one of the youngest cases officers can remember - an 11-year-old girl charged with three counts of rape.
A Harris County grand jury indicted a police sergeant Monday in the shooting of a young man outside his home on New Year’s Eve. The case has attracted widespread attention because the victim’s family accused the police of racial profiling.
This 1007 BLS report shows that you are far more likely to be killed in the line of duty if you are a painter, farmer, manager, construction worker or building/grounds keeper than if you are a policeman.
Duran alleged that the officers seized nearly $10,000 in the raid on his store. The receipt filed by the officers said that they had confiscated only $785. Squad members seemed much more interested in finding every video camera in the store.
The growing database includes more than 500 female victims, most of whom were killed and their bodies dumped at truck stops, motels and other spots along popular trucking routes crisscrossing the U.S.
Philly cop takes journalism student through black neighborhood. J-student reports during the ride-along, the cop refers to residents as “animals,” and the crimes he polices as “typical nigger shit.” He adds, “People hate us here. They spit at us.” I
An off-duty police officer who said he shot a drunken driver to death to spare his own life was found guilty of second-degree manslaughter Friday in State Supreme Court in the Bronx.
Formed in the wake of 9/11 as a way to search out domestic terrorist threats, fusion centers are doing surveillance of the supporters of third-party presidential candidates and an ambiguous mission directive that has lead to overreaching power.
Please disseminate to all Law Enforcement officers in Missouri. The people of the united States have honored a Missouri Police officer for his patriotism nationwide and we wanted to make sure that you know that we are proud of our peace officers
The township near Pittsburgh says his lack of smell created a safety hazard. It says officers patrol alone and need to be able to detect drugs, alcohol, hazardous materials and natural gas leaks.
The sheriff's office in Arizona's largest county used taxpayer money to offer up sworn deputies, office space, equipment and helicopters to Hollywood producers without being reimbursed. It's unclear how much money the Maricopa County Sher
Mexican police have found the decomposing and badly beaten body of a fugitive US marshal in the border city of Ciudad Juarez, the main battleground in Mexico's drug war. US Marshal Vincent Bustamante, who was wanted in the US for theft and failu
The headline in today’s New York Times’ article sums up perfectly why so many cops feel threatened by photographers: "When Evidence From Surveillance Cameras Leads to Charges Against Officers."