Police in Shoebury, Essex, have been going round testing doors and windows of houses to check if they have been left unlocked - and if they find an easy way in they will wake up the household to warn them their house is insecure. The new police campa
Law enforcement tracking of cellphones has become a powerful and widely used surveillance tool for local police officials, with hundreds of departments, large and small, often using it aggressively with little or no court oversight, documents show.
LEO ProCards are “Professional Courtesy Cards” intended for the sole use of the officer’s immediate family member or relative. The purpose is to provide just that, “Professional Courtesy” during a Minor Traffic Infraction. LEO ProCards can be used
Next time the Regime identifies a group of people as “domestic terrorists,” the result might be summary execution, or imprisonment in military custody, rather than a trial. This is one very plausible result of the dismissal of “seditious conspiracy”
Local and federal law enforcement authorities descended on a house to investigate 2 men suspected as traffickers in counterfeit hair straighteners, which if poorly made can pose significant safety hazards to consumers, including burning and electrocu
An incidental recording taken while a Florida woman was on the phone with her insurance company shows that the police who arrested her and charged her with a felony for resisting arrest lied in their reports, and then again under questioning.
The ACLU filed a suit against the NY City Police Dept. alleging in addition to stopping primarily black and Latino residents in public spaces as part of the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk program, officers are illegally searching people in private buildings.
I live at 32nd Street and Oak and receive the local 'Area 52' report of activity in my neighborhood as a courtesy from Al Knecht, the 'Community Action Officer'. I am going to start reposting it here for your benefit.
Simon Glik, the attorney who last year forced the First Circuit Court of Appeals to affirm that recording police in public is not a crime, will receive a $170,000 settlement from the City of Boston, stemming from his 2007 arrest for recording police
Video surveillance shows that a 1-year-old pit bull was standing still and wagging his tail when an Ansonia police officer shot him. Police this week said it’s what happened off camera that prompted Officer Jonathan Troesser to shoot the pit bull, na
Nineteen days before Trayvon Martin was gunned down by self-appointed block “captain” George Zimmerman, Manuel Loggins was murdered by an Orange County Sheriff’s Deputy in the parking lot of San Clemente High School. Loggins, a deeply religious man,
Make a gun like hand gesture at cops --- go to prison. (VIDEO)
On February 8, 2012 the County Sheriff's Constitutional Posse was organized. The website is located at http://ConstitutionalSheriffs.ning.com . It was created as a tool for American Patriots that understand the role and the responsibility of the CounRead Letter
Ian Van Kuyk, a 24-year-old photojournalism student, received a first-hand lesson in photographing cops when a Philadelphia police officer knocked him down, pushed his face into the pavement, then threw him in jail for 24 hours on a felony charge of
A surge in tax refund fraud and identity theft has prompted the Internal Revenue Service to consider sharing more tax return information with police. In a move that could spark concerns over personal privacy, the IRS said it is considering a pilot pr
As officers started to cuff him, Obanion's boxer puppy reportedly "charged" at both officers and Tompkins. Officers tell us they fatally shot the boxer to prevent it from attacking officers. The pregnant chihuahua was caught in the line of fire and w
Eugene police officer claimed supervisors violated his free speech rights by transferring him from his job working with a police dog after he questioned the department’s response to multiple, inadvertent discharges of high-powered weapons by SWAT te
This week’s award for The Most Arrogant Police Department in the Country goes to the boys in blue from Seattle, who are not even pretending to care about saving taxpayers’ money in lawsuits over public records. Internal documents obtained by attor
The man shot by Washington County tactical officers Tuesday night had grabbed a gun because he thought intruders were on his property after his wife had checked on their barking dog in their backyard and saw a stranger in dark clothing.
This Stossel special will blow your mind! The government, especially the EPA is out of control as well as local prosecutors trying to make a name for themselves.
After a man he arrested hanged himself in his jail cell last year, police officer Mater ripped the department-issued recorder off his uniform and crushed it, making it impossible to retrieve the audio recording of the conversation he had with the man
Nigel Robinson from Hull said he called police after trying to download music but instead finding pornographic images on his laptop last November. As a result social services said he "should not have unsupervised access with his own or other child
Police officer Graddon executes dog at the direction of Sergeant Wieland, in the city limits of Des Moines. Attorney Adam Karp, submits a petition to Des Moines Municipal Court seeking permission to file municipal criminal charges against both cops.
Mount Sterling, Ohio — population 1,800 — recently disbanded its entire police force following an incident in which a police officer assaulted a child with a deadly weapon. Officer Scott O’Neil was called to deal with a 9-year-old who refused to g
Vanguard CEO said his drone was flying 18-feet off the ground when it lost contact with the controller's console on the ground. It's designed to go into an auto shutdown mode, but when it was coming down the drone crashed into the SWAT team's armor
Sein tossed the phone to his wife, Mary K. Brooks, who handed it over to police after they threatened to arrest her. Police then pounced on Sein, punching him, tackling him and forcing him into a police cruiser.
A deputy with the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is under heavy scrutiny this week after admitting that he impersonated a Progress Energy employee in order to search a Florida man's property for marijuana. Detective Paul Giovannoni borrowed a un
A Cook County judge today ruled the state’s controversial eavesdropping law unconstitutional. The law makes it a felony offense to make audio recordings of police officers without their consent even when they’re performing their public duties.
Officer Skweres told Smith that "he could make it look like [the accident] was my fault or he could give the driver a ticket for failure to obey signs," she recently recounted to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The price of a favorable assessment would
Either intimidated into leaving or arrested... Either way he couldn't File a Police Complaint