The NYPD has begun using full-body restraining devices - nicknamed "burritos" - that are essentially body bags for "emotionally disturbed people".
More than 250 people were arrested and three people hospitalized during the first two days of a Labor Day weekend electronic music festival in San Bernardino County.
To ensure cops have 'no excuse' when it comes to her very autistic 28-year-old son, this woman wrote a message on her garage door.
A confidential, 120-page catalogue of spy equipment, originating from British defense firm Cobham and circulated to U.S. law enforcement, touts gear that can intercept wireless calls and text messages, locate people via their mobile phones, and jam c
When Caroline Burley, now 51, first heard the boom around 5:30 on the evening of June 13,  it sounded like it had come from outside her bedroom window.
This article was written by Melissa Dykes and originally published at The Daily Sheeple. Editor's Comment: Sowing the seeds of division and chaos is a full time job for George Soros, who seems intent on dissolving order inside the U.S. border and
There is no question that many police officers use performance enhancing drugs.
Upon exiting his vehicle, this deaf man was shot and killed. If police were taught to de-escalate situations rather than react out of fear, he might still be alive.
Wednesday, two shocking videos of police officers fatally shooting civilians (Alton Stirling and Philando Castile) surfaced. The day before, many were appalled to hear the Director of the FBI announce that Hillary Clinton would not be charged for mis
In a blow to the family and friends of Philando Castile, the officer who is responsible for his death is returning to work.
Editor's Comment: As things stand now, there is some pretty serious crowd control technology already in deployment under the general header of non-lethal and less-lethal weaponry.
Reupload for those without Facebook, Ryan Bundy was allegedly assaulted at the county jail by five deputies. Possibly over the bullet remaining in him from the FBI murder of Lavoy Finicum, and attempted murder of multiple other people at a road block
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Latest on violence in Milwaukee following the shooting of a man by police (all times local):
I've read a lot of Justice Department reports on local police agencies. This is one of the worst I've ever seen. Let's start with the broad strokes.
Any police officer who shoots to kill is playing with fire.
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.
In every encounter between a police officer and a citizen, only one life matters to the former – and it isn't the latter.
A 23-year-old mother was shot dead recently after an hour stand-off in her home with police.
Two armed Israeli officers appeared to bully an 8-year-old Palestinian girl by confiscating her bike while she was playing with her siblings in the West Bank city of Hebron.
Cops Call Rancher for Help with a Bull and Then Murdered Him -- No Charges, Paid Vacation
JIU-JITSU STAR JASON LEE KIDNAPPED AT GUNPOINT BY CORRUPT RIO MILITARY POLICE, FORCED TO WITHDRAW MONEY FROM TWO ATMS
Lately, the tactics of local police departments have been in the news because of mass shootings at Orlando and Fort Myers nightclubs, questionable police killings of civilians in suburban St. Paul and Baton Rouge, and retaliatory slayings of police i
Dallas police used robot to kill sniper Total of 280 law enforcement agencies have robots Drone use by police still far from commonplace
Law enforcement across the globe use semi-autonomous technology to do what humans find too dangerous, boring, or just can't.
If you pay attention to the news at all, it probably seems like the world has been fraying at the edges lately. In South America, Brazil's economy is crumbling and Venezuela is on the verge of collapse.
Do you see this soldier in this checkpoint?" complained Iraqi resident Wael al-Khafaji, pointing to a spot just a few feet from his Baghdad barbershop. "He can do whatever he wants to me right now and I can't say a word. Is this democracy?"
In another episode of video footage documenting police brutality, this unarmed black caregiver was shown pleading with cops with his hands in the air just before he was shot.
In response to my request for information on US police training (http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2016/07/08/why-dallas-happened-paul-craig-roberts/), readers have sent in a variety of information that seems to fit together.
It is too early to know if the shooting of police in Dallas and Baton Rouge are the beginnings of acts of retribution against police for their wanton murders of citizens.
An Atlanta cop who killed an unarmed black driver when he blindly fired into a passing car has been charged with murder.