Albuquerque Police Department
Incidents where body cameras were either switched off or manipulated highlight oversight issues as police departments across the US adopt the technology.
We should salute cops when they do their jobs, but law enforcement heroism can't be used to delay police reform.
Law enforcement agents can make you swipe a finger to unlock your cell phone, but old-school passwords still offer some measure of privacy.
The same department responsible for killing 27 people in the past four years thought it was a good idea for officers to participate in the "National Police Shooting Competition."
Five years after Albuquerque's "crime of the century," police have few clues about what happened to 11 women found buried on the West Mesa.
The disturbing killing of two homeless men in New Mexico, allegedly by teens with cinder blocks, indicate dysfunctional community relations.
As the Justice Department found in New Mexico, the self-surveillance cameras used to monitor police only work when they're actually on.
Too many people are getting harassed and abused by federal officers.
James Boyd ended up dead after a confrontation with officers that started because he was camping illegally.
The mayor of Albuquerque said that demonstrations over the recent police shooting of a homeless man turned into “mayhem" on Sunday.