The officers claimed they couldn’t pass up the opportunity to ‘chase this mythical creature.’
While arguing to get his job back, former Louisville police officer Myles Cosgrove wanted everyone to know how hard the shooting was on him.
Students at an Indiana high school are on their third day of virtual learning because they protested the school’s decision to remove a class project about ‘V for Vendetta’ which addressed police brutality.
Australian police's ‘Have a Conscience’ campaign is an ironically unconscionable attack on people who use drugs. The damage of such stigma is real.
The Police Benevolent Association claimed as many as 10,000 NYPD officers could resign over the vaccine mandate. It didn't happen.
The cops joked about the 911 call they received and wouldn't help, according to calls and emails obtained for the lawsuit.
Advice issued in the wake of the sentencing of a police officer for the murder of Sarah Everard to “call 999” or “wave a bus down” if you’re unsure if a cop is genuine has provoked anger.
An anti-“nuisance” law in South Euclid, Ohio, allows the city to fine residents if the cops repeatedly show up at their house.
Minnesota has a new plan to keep drivers safe during traffic stops: clear, plastic holders for your driver’s license and registration.
Deputy First Class Rodney Payne has since been fired.
Michael Bell Sr. thinks that having a ballistics expert review the bullet could reveal the police aren’t being truthful about his son's death.
“Who wants to be stopped for something as simple as having something hanging from their rearview mirror?”