Chicago cop who served in Afghanistan and Iraq has warning: Gang members are coming home with military training
Glendale PD pulled Wright over "at gunpoint"....Meanwhile, on the same day, Glendale detectives searched Jacobs' home (without a warrant), seized his computers and interviewed Jacobs at work without allowing him the benefit of a lawyer, the suit stat
A former New York City police officer convicted of lying about a confrontation with a bicyclist in Times Square was given a conditional discharge on Wednesday in State Supreme Court in Manhattan.
Northern Ireland politicians unite to condemn 'thuggery and vandalism' after shots were fired at police
4 New Orleans police officers could face the death penalty after being accused of gunning down 2 unarmed people in the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in the latest twist for a corruption-plagued department that already faces several federal i
Six more New Orleans police officers have been indicted in connection with the shooting deaths of two people and the wounding of four others who were walking on a bridge after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city in 2005, the Justice Department said
The permit (or license if you will; I steer clear of that particular semantic trap) to carry a concealed weapon has been the subject of much debate over the last few decades.
Suffer These Crimes in Oakland? Don't Call the Cops
One officer was fired and another quit after a rural Georgia woman who called police to complain of a prowler was zapped repeatedly with a stun gun.
Due to popular rage at the ban on reporters and photographers from within 65 feet of the oil spill, Coast Guard admiral Thad Allen has rescinded the ban.
State terrorism against minorities and Muslims
LOS ANGELES - A tough-talking, muscular Los Angeles police sergeant steadily rattled off tips to a young Marine riding shotgun as they raced in a patrol car to a drug bust: Be aware of your surroundings. Watch body language. Build rapport.
A white former transit officer was convicted of involuntary manslaughter Thursday in the videotaped shooting death of an unarmed black man on an Oakland train platform in an encounter that set off days of rioting in the city.
What happened is that Lance Rosenfield, a photographer working for ProPublica (http://www.propublica.org), was standing on a public road, taking photos of a BP refinery in full public view. After taking his photos, he was tailed by local law enforcem
Do you trust the research of the Southern Poverty Law Center? I used to, but after I began publicly questioning their ties to the Missouri information Analysis Center (see testimony here or an article I wrote here , I found myself being character
Unlike his counterpart in Maricopa County, Joe Arpaio, Babeu has refused allocation of already sparse resources and deputies to have a protective detail, saying "I'll be fine."
A man suspected of carrying out a string of booby trap attacks against the small Hemet Police Department was initially targeting an officer who arrested him last year for investigation of growing marijuana, a law enforcement official said Tuesday.
Three Los Angeles-area reporters who said they were physically assaulted by LAPD officers at a 2007 rally have won their day in court.
Man, what better way to celebrate July 4th than with news like this?! Hell yeah, baby!
"In the old days, they'd have special KGB-type equipment. Now they use normal computers," said a professor of computer science and FBI consultant. "Technology is so powerful now you don't have to have special-purpose equipment anymore."
A Fox TV camerawoman told a court hearing the Los Angeles police violently threw reporters and activists to the ground after an immigration rally, offering the most detailed testimony of a bizarre 2007 incident which she described as a "war zone."
The alleged Russian spies recently arrested by the FBI are accused of encoding messages into otherwise innocuous pictures, marking the first confirmed use of this high-tech form of data concealment in real life, experts say.
A retired Chicago police commander suspected of using electric shocks, suffocation and mock executions to force suspects to confess was found guilty on Monday of lying about the brutality.
Now to be fair, the suspect did make a threatening move,...but once you've beat the guy into submission, it's time to stop.
Just when you think American cops can't get any more callous and brutal,...something like this leaves you wanting to kick someone in the nuts.
Douglas was indicted in December on charges of striking the teen in the Woonsocket police station after an arrest. An FBI investigation began after the teen showed up in juvenile court badly injured and said several officers had beaten him.
The sergeant asked Olvera for identification. When Olvera went inside his home to grab his ID, Sgt. Alderete followed him inside. Believing the officer didn't have a right to enter his home without permission, Olvera took a photo of the officer. At t
A 21-year-old father-to-be was killed last Friday night by a Las Vegas Police Department narcotics officer serving a search warrant for marijuana. Trevon Cole was shot once in the bathroom of his apartment after he made what police described as "a fu
A patient, having a stroke, says an officer with the Chattanooga Police Department blocked her husband from taking her to the emergency room at Erlanger Wednesday night. Aline Wright is a cancer survivor, amputee and a newlywed. Wednesday night she
Federal agents drive 3 1/2 hours to harass and intimidate Congressional Candidate Charles Black. Agents demand private citizens to unload and disarm their firearms on a public gun range. They then demand that a 10 year old girl stop videotaping them.