Police in London likely aren’t relishing their jobs this week, but Scotland Yard is getting a chance to test drive facial recognition technology that’s under consideration for use during the 2012 Olympic Games.
Investigators made no mention of child sex tapes, or seized photos of polygamist leader Warren Jeffs kissing young girls, after their April 2008 raid on the sect's remote Texas compound. Instead, the public saw the televised spectacle of more than 40
A police officer from Springfield, Massachusetts has filed an application for a criminal complaint against a woman who recorded his fellow officer beating a black suspect while he stood by
“The cartoonist and everybody else have a constitutionally protected right to be anonymous and exercise their free speech and expression,” Bharti said. “This abuse of police power is beyond belief.”
A former police officer, cleared of rape charges but convicted of official misconduct, was sentenced on Monday to one year in prison for repeatedly returning to the apartment of a drunken woman while on duty.
Kelly Thomas—Fullerton, California: beaten beyond recognition and ultimately to death, by at least six cops. Mitchell Crooks—Las Vegas, Nevada: assaulted on his own property for doing nothing more then record with his video camera, by Officer Derek C
Ten more LAPD motor officers have sued the city, claiming harassment and retaliation after they complained they were forced to meet illegal traffic-ticket quotas. The officers, all assigned to the Los Angeles Police Department's West Traffic Divis
Superior Court Judge Robert Bartlett has issued a temporary restraining order telling the Town of Quartzsite they cannot terminate any of the police department employees currently under investigation until...
Five current or former police officers were convicted Friday of federal civil rights charges related to deadly shootings on a New Orleans bridge after Hurricane Katrina:
On Memorial Day morning, seconds after they shot and killed Raymond Herisse in a hail of bullets, police pointed a gun at Narces Benoit and demanded his cell phone. Benoit claims they smashed it to the ground. Police insist they merely confiscated it
Even topless dancers have rights not to be strip-searched unlawfully by police, U.S. District Judge Mary S. Scriven found. On Wednesday, after the lawsuit was settled, she officially ordered the case closed. The city settled with the dancers and t
Osama El-Atari, a restaurateur known for his flashy style and expensive sports cars, was sentenced to two days in the Loudoun County jail for driving on a suspended license. But El-Atari never served the two days. He was booked into the Adult Detenti
Nearly a month after six Fullerton police officers viciously beat a homeless schizophrenic man named Kelly Thomas to death, information is still only trickling out. But there is at least one video from a city-owned surveillance camera as well as a
Police shut down at least 3 lemonade stands run by children. According to Dustin Krutsinger, police shut down his 4-year-old daughters stand after just 30 minutes. The officer told his wife, “this isn’t the 'first time I’ve had to do this.”
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A second dash cam video has emerged showing Canton police officer Daniel Harless overreacting to finding a gun in a man's car. The video is from July 29, 2010, exactly one year ago today. Like the video that emerged earlier this month (second h
The FBI has launched a criminal probe into a January incident where Tennessee police stripped a man naked, then kicked and beat him while he lay handcuffed in the snow. The incident, recorded by a patrol car's dashboard camera, also reveals police
A Las Vegas police officer under investigation for the videotaped beating of a man in March violated several Metropolitan Police Department policies, an internal investigation found. Mitchell Crooks' complaint about officer Derek Colling's excessive
Kelly Thomas' father, a retired Orange County police officer, did not recognize his own son when he went watch him die at the UC Irvine Medical Center after police beat him into a coma on July 5. The officers were responding to a call about vandalize
Kelly Thomas, a 37-year-old homeless man with schizophrenia, kept calling for his father as police beat and tased him repeatedly. But his father, a retired Orange County sheriff’s deputy, was not around. It wasn't until after Thomas slipped int
A New Orleans police officer who killed an unarmed man during a police shooting after Hurricane Katrina told a jury on Wednesday he felt "indescribable fear" in the moments before the shooting. Robert Faulcon, testifying in the trial of five offic
As recently as January 2009, the FBI thought its agents ought to know the following crucial information about Muslims:
The link between violence and hot weather is so intuitive that it’s embedded in our language: Hotheads lose tempers that flare, anger simmers and comes to a boil, and eventually we cool down.
Santa Fe County's once ambitious and popular top lawman could get up to eight years in prison for selling county property, including used police body armor, on the Internet, authorities said on Thursday.
Marco Sauceda did nothing wrong to any living soul. Yet the mentally handicapped 30-year-old was pepper-sprayed, shot with a pepper-ball gun, and severely beaten by 9 police officers in his own home after they mistook him for a robber. Now he’s going
The on-going battle between pedicab drivers and the United States Park Police continues with a pedicabber being tased twice by a USPP officer. Police say the pedicab driver assaulted the officer. But witnesses say tensions between pedicab drivers
Once again, police confiscated a camera under the pretense of “evidence” – which numerous lawyers say is unlawful without a subpoena. This time it happened in New Hampshire to a man who was arrested on wiretapping charges for videotaping police in
Celia Sullivan, a 50-year-old mother of two from Utah, enjoys hiking through the Capitol Reef National Park to take photos. But it ended up getting her arrested on federal charges on the Fourth of July. All because she tried to record the park
It's a summer tradition, especially for two Appleton neighbors. “The kids have been setting it up for six or seven years now,” said Margi Mann. Two young girls sell lemonade and cookies every year near their house during Appleton's Old Car Sho