He resigned six months after being removed from the case but wrote a book using police files as he put forward a theory she had died in the apartment. The McCanns have dismissed this comments and Mr Amaral produced no evidence to support his cla
Special ops veteran Kevin Tillman retrained as a computer forensic expert and now fights child exploitation for ICE Homeland Security Investigations in New York. (Samira Bouaou/The Epoch Times) NEW YORK?"Kevin Tillman doesn't consider himself
On several occasions here at The Watch, we've noted that while police body cameras are an important step toward transparency and accountability in law enforcement, they're only as good as the policies that govern their use.
A massive raid was carried out by the FBI on Thursday of Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office and the Hammond Police Department. The raids were part of a year-long investigation into a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency task force accused of a massive con
"We're Not Going To Help Deportation Efforts"
The Lake County Government Center in Crown Point, Indiana was raided by FBI agents and Indiana State Police on Thursday morning.
At least two police officers turned in their badges today after acknowledging that attacking peaceful protestors is not what they signed up for.
Though corruption and violence may permeate departments across the nation, good cops have repeatedly tried to stand against their less honest colleagues -- but all too often run into the Blue Wall of Silence for their efforts.
Chicago Police Bosses Targeted Cops Who Exposed Corruption
It's one thing to be told you must obey the law. But what being told to obey a cop who is acting contrary to the law? This happens routinely- and (usually) without consequences. For the cop, that is.
Some lies are hard to tell, because someone is going to demand proof.
It has long been understood that police have quotas for arrests and traffic stops, and that officers are encouraged to make as many stops as possible.
Several cases of misuse by non-police organizations of the Police National Computer which is a law enforcement database that holds personal information about people arrested, or who have come to police notice but are not convicted
Local police chiefs and sheriffs typically swear to enforce the laws of their state.
After one woman broke his heart, Khalil Abu Rayyan, a 21-year-old Michigan man, contemplated suicide. Then, when he confided his dark thoughts to another woman, she suggested he steer his violence toward other people.
The Shire had changed dramatically for the worse when Frodo, Sam, and their companions returned from Mordor.
Seattle police say it "served a warrant at the home while investigating information received from the National Center for Missing and Exploiting Children" involving the possible distribution of child pornography. A judge signed the warrant.
Intelligence agencies must cooperate more rapidly. Clandestine operatives must rely on support networks that include overt public members which are easily mapped using metadata. Fugitives should learn to cook. Exposure of networks is inevitable.
It is an issue that affects millions of American motorists: Can border patrol agents detain you simply because they believe you are being difficult? Last year, a federal court concluded that it was "reasonable" for border patrol agents performin
The new Wisconsin law expands the circumstances under which law enforcement authorities are allowed to strip search detainees and inmates suspected of misdemeanors and other minor crimes.
Robert Rialmo, a Chicago police officer, filed a lawsuit Friday suing the estate of a teen he fatally shot, claiming the 19-year-old has caused him "extreme emotional trauma."
In response to a Florida woman documenting a police officer speeding down Miami's Dolphin Freeway and claiming he was pushing 90, the head of Miami's police union posted her business card and cellphone number online and encouraged people to call
On Monday Wired reported that former Silk Road investigator Shaun Bridges was arrested again while trying to flee the United States.
LaVoy Finicum, who was shot at a roadblock by Oregon State Troopers and left to bleed to death in the snow, was not a violent criminal. He and his colleagues were traveling to John Day, Oregon to organize political resistance to federal control
FBI CHILD PORN SCANDAL by Bob Podolsky Introduction A breaking scandal reported by USA TODAY reveals that the FBI ran a "dark web" child pornography website for 2 weeks last year, after taking over the server that hosted it from its original
The operation -- whose details remain largely secret -- was at least the third time in recent years that FBI agents took control of a child pornography site but infected the sites with malware that allowed agents to identify hundreds of users.