“People call the cops on Jesus all the time, in many different ways,” the statue's creator told VICE News. “Literally that’s happened quite a bit.”
And other stories of police letting "courtesy card" carriers go after they've broken the law.
A police officer who drove around a tenant late on the rent and repeatedly threatened to kill him and sell his child remains a cop but will be demoted.
Some cops give their friends and family union-issued "courtesy cards" to help get them out of minor infractions. The cards embody everything wrong with modern policing.
Portland's NW Film Center faced a backlash for choosing the 1990 Schwarzenegger movie—but there has also been a backlash to the backlash.
Police pulled over a vehicle, which they thought was stolen, and forced the girls to lie on the ground face-down.
“That’s not the normal warrant arrest.”
The incident comes as the city voted this week to repeal an ordinance banning toplessness in parks.
Two Lethbridge police officers admitted to taking photos of former Alberta environment minister Shannon Phillips because they disagreed with her plan to create a provincial park in an area they go off-roading.
The cops rushed the car, broke the windows, and yanked the students out.
If you want to take action against police brutality, this is an easy place to start.
Condado Tacos had a conflict between management and staff after receiving an order to make 500 tacos for Ohio State Highway Patrol.