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On October 7th at 8:37am, an off-duty Concord Police Lieutenant was issued a citation by a Concord Police Officer for the Lieutenant’s role in a traffic collision, directly in front of the Concord Police Department. The off-duty Lieutenant, identifie

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A year and a half ago she was beaten by a neighborhood thug outside of a city bar. It took months of do-it-yourself sleuthing, a meeting with a city alderman and a public shaming in a community newspaper before the Chicago Police Department would pay

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Photography Is Not a Crime

The name of the officer spraying the students as if they were cornered roaches is Lt. John Pike, according to the following tweet: @mtracey: Lieutenant John Pike pepper-sprayed UC Davis students today, phone number and email: 530-752-3989 japi

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Two cops have been fired after being filmed brutally beating a suspect then doing a celebratory chest bump. The shocking footage shows the officers holding the man down, punching him and kicking him in the head more than a dozen times

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Photography Is Not a Crime

A jaywalking charge against a New York photojournalist was dismissed Tuesday, paving the way for him to file a civil lawsuit against the Troy Police Department for unlawfully arresting him in October. Jeff Couch, who has spent 20 years working for

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Photography Is Not a Crime

It is not illegal to photograph cop cars, even if they are meant to be "covert." And it's not illegal to photograph a car's license plate, even if it happens to be on this covert cop car. That is why Cincinnati police had to accuse Lloyd Jordan of be

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Photography Is Not a Crime

For half an hour, I sat handcuffed with Chapel Hill Herald Reporter Katelyn Ferral, while the Chapel Hill Police aimed their weapons—fingers on the trigger—from the rooftop to the ground. 30 officers—some in fatigues, others in riot helmets. What wer

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Photography Is Not a Crime

I really wanted to give Oakland police officer Fred Shavies the benefit of the doubt. I really wanted to believe that he was different than his fellow officers who have abused citizens with rubber bullets, tear gas and flash grenades in recent wee

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