How did the lone-wolf shooting of Parramatta Police employee Curtis Cheng expand into a raid involving over two hundred police?
A veteran Brooklyn cop and prosecutor explains why so many Americans are behind bars, and what needs to be done to change that.
British police have a long history of spreading disinformation about illegal drugs, which—in the long run—doesn't help anyone.
Is this going to be the end of New York's most controversial policing practice?
It was the size of a soccer field, and police are now getting ready to destroy it all.
One of them—a 13-year-old boy—was allegedly severely beaten while handcuffed and laying on the ground.
There were far more cops than members of Serbia's LGBT community.
After shooting 47-year-old Nickcole Dykema with a beanbag to no effect—twice—police eventually took her down with a Taser.
Though this practice was introduced as early as 2002, it's only now that people are up in arms over what is being called "a complete waste of resources as well as an invasion of civil liberties."
Serial liars and crazy people are often called upon by cops to serve as snitches and informants.
Britain's Trade Union Bill will turn trade unions into collections of individuals wearing silly armbands.
Though her killer is behind bars, for her mother there is no justice in how her case was handled.
After fleeing to Indonesia, former Austin Police Officer VonTrey Clark is facing murder charges and the possibility of the death penalty in a state that loves executions.
As this past summer began, according to police statistics provided to VICE, Denver had seen 12 gang-related deaths, up from three over the same period in 2014 and seven each for the start of 2013 and 2012.
Ten people have also been arrested, along with a seizure of 38 firearms and unknown quantities of ecstasy and ice.
Concerns about violence and unrest threaten to derail criminal justice reform as local prosecutors press ahead in their case against six cops charged with the death of the 25-year-old in April.
It was so realistic, they thought it was a real baby.
The United States is alone in the world in electing its prosecutors, but how should officials handle the brew of rage and resentment that boils over when police kill unarmed minorities?
It was supposed to go to a tipster—but since the police arrested a suspect themselves, they're keeping the cash.
"The mosque will be really close to the army base, where they have all their weapons and a shooting range and stuff. Nobody wants it here."
The cop was caught on video saying he pulled the man over because he made "direct eye contact" with the officer.
"I think it's an entitlement thing. It's like, 'I'm wearing this badge and you need to respect me.'
While everyone else was busy drinking rum out of the bottle and looking for a place to take a leak, photographers Norman Craig and Giles Moberly were diligently documenting the party on camera.
While others lost everything, I stayed in FEMA-funded hotel rooms and lapped up pity from those who saw my Louisiana license plate. Instead of character, all I got out of Katrina was a party-friendly anecdote.