Lewis Mitchell believes his company can be a force for good for First Nations communities.
Body-worn cameras are accepted as a useful tool to keep police, and the public, in line. Why does the RCMP seem so against them?
The cellphone video filmed by Keith Scott's wife does not settle police claims that he was armed at the time of the altercation.
The shooting occurred a week after five Dallas police officers were killed by a sniper during a protest over police brutality.
Officers Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake II have been put on paid administrative leave following a routine police call that turned fatal Tuesday.
New Report Reveals an Insidious Culture of Sexual Assault and Harassment in an Australian Police Force
Alongside abusing their own members, allegations include grooming, stalking, and sexually assaulting vulnerable members of the community.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, we revisited the horrific story of the inmates who were stuck in the hellish Orleans Parish Prison.
Oil Company SOCO Allegedly Paid Large Sums to Congolese Officer Accused of Intimidating Opponents of Drilling
According to NGO Global Witness, the Congolese army received tens of thousands of dollars from British oil company SOCO as it searched for oil in Africa’s oldest national park.
Cops have reportedly been falling asleep during the three-day long retraining course billed as a way to change how the city's cops interact with New Yorkers.