An investigator with the St. Louis County Medical Examiner's Office testified he did not feel it necessary to take photos or measurements of the Michael Brown shooting scene, though that is a normal part of a homicide investigation.
Lawmakers vowed changes to the Pentagon programs that deliver military-grade equipment to local police after images of cops climbing out of armored vehicles with military-grade weapons filtered out of Ferguson, Missouri, in August.
Momentum is building on social media to boycott the Black Friday sales in order to hit corporate America "where it hurts" over the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown.
Asked if he had filled out an incident report on the shooting, Wilson explained the "protocol" in such cases is to "contact your FOP [Fraternal Order of Police] representative and he will advise you of what to do step by step."
A Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer on any charges in the fatal August shooting of an unarmed black teenager unleashed a wave of violent protests Monday night similar to what engulfed Ferguson in August.
If you live in Utah, you are more likely to be killed by police than gangs, drug dealers or child abusers. Deaths from police violence were the second most common type of killing after intimate partner violence in Utah.
The Food and Drug Administration plans new rules requiring chain restaurants, movie theaters and other retailers that sell prepared foods to put calorie labels on menus and menu boards. The rules will apply to establishments that
Ferguson prosecutor Robert McCulloch delivered a long-winded, smirking speech blaming social media, the media, journalists, neighborhood residents, and everyone else who isn't Darren Wilson, for Darren Wilson shooting and killing 18-year-old Michael
Police Officer Darren Wilson -- the suburban St. Louis patrolman who killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown in early August - will not face criminal charges in the controversial shooting death, a grand jury has decided.
A Cleveland officer was less than 10 feet away when he fatally shot a 12-year-old boy carrying a pellet gun near a playground, and video of the shooting is clear about what happened, police said Monday.
It took little more than a day for St. Louis County police to violate a court order ruling that police are forbidden from restricting citizens to record in public after they arrested a journalist for doing just that Saturday night as tensions continu
In the press conference addressing the killing of Akai Gurley by probationary Police Officer Peter Liang, Commissioner Bill Bratton made one thing absolutely clear: "the victim, Akai Gurley, had done nothing to provoke a confrontation with the office
A 12-year-old boy shot by police after grabbing what turned out to be a replica gun died from his wounds, a day after officers responded to a 911 call about someone waving what the caller described as "probably fake" gun at a playground.
Why Does CA Want to Keep Its Inmates in Jail?
I wanted to share this little incident with you guys.
If there are 2 words in the English language we need to understand, they are the words "police power." Government is police power. Government by definition, by nature, by history and by practical existence is police power.
The desktop printer-sized machine takes cheek swabs, cigarette butts, or fabric and generates a DNA profile in about 90 minutes that can be entered into a database and checked against other profiles to find a match.
A Kentucky police chief was arrested after officers found him passed out drunk in the drive-through at Taco Bell. Tyrone Fields, chief of Whitesburg police, was charged with drunken driving after officers were called to the fast-food
When the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office held a "gun buyback" event at the North Jacksonville Baptist Church this summer, PINAC reporter Jeff Gray was told by JSO officers that he had to leave the property because he was not there to sell guns.
Police claim that they did not need a warrant to enter Padavic's home or detain her because she was intoxicated and argumentative when they came to her door.
A 29-year-old corrections officer in Ferguson, Missouri was accused of raping a pregnant woman who was supposed to be able to leave jail, the Huffington Post reported.
The family of a Texas college student gunned down outside his apartment by a campus police officer said authorities have ignored or refused to turn over key evidence in their response to a lawsuit.
The Buffalo Police Department executed a search warrant at an apartment on Breckenridge Street on the city's West Side, looking for drugs. Upon entry, officers encountered a dog. One officer fired his shotgun three times.
In April, Ramsey was killed when a sheriff's deputy fired four bullets through her car windshield as she left a party on the banks of the Ohio River. Ramsey, who did not have a gun, was dead before her mother got to the hospital.
A New Jersey police officer was caught on videotape exposing himself to young men during at least five traffic stops, authorities said.
Los Angeles sheriff's deputy pulled a woman over for a minor traffic violation, yanking her out of her car and throwing her into the back of a patrol car after she attempted to video record him attempting to search her car without consent.
The latest erosion of due process has just been proposed in Texas -- allowing the police to charge you with a crime and then charge your credit card on the spot.
Federal judge overturns conviction of a man after finding that dashcam video showed a Nevada state trooper caused the traffic violation.
A video showing Wilson arresting a man for recording him, telling him, "If you wanna take a picture of me one more time, I'm gonna lock your ass up." The man told Wilson he was recording, not taking photos, which, of course, got him locked up
An epileptic woman was attacked by police and arrested after she called 911 to report she was having seizures and needed medical attention. They assumed that she was resisting arrest, so they beat her into submission.