In Wednesday’s throne speech, the Trudeau government promised more oversight and better training for cops, but also a “strong hand” of criminal justice.
“Getting arrested is one thing, but they beat the shit out of me,” said Michael Jacobs, who was arrested near a homeless encampment in Denver.
"The fifth little girl" didn’t get support, nor medical care, nor counseling, for an act that her lawyers said was motivated by the rhetoric of then-Gov. George Wallace.
A local prosecutor initially declined to charge Jake Gardner months ago.
Internal documents and emails show Rochester police were trying to cover up the circumstances of Daniel Prude's death to avoid mass protests.
"Don’t kill him," the man's girlfriend pleaded.
A licensed gun owner being present increases the risk level of executing a search warrant and should have informed how the raid was carried out.
The Louisville police department has said there was no body camera footage of the raid that lead to the death of Breonna Taylor.
Los Angeles sheriff's deputies stopped Dijon Kizzee, a 29-year-old Black man, for an unspecified traffic violation while he was riding his bike.
The artists also formed a human shield when the Canadian city tried to remove it.
President Trump justified the alleged killer's actions on the eve of a visit this week to Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Evander Kane, the co-head of the Hockey Diversity Alliance, spoke out against the NHL, calling the league’s inaction “insulting.”