These Dirty Cops Framed Random Black People to Pad Crime Stats
"What happened here is so horrific, it strikes at the core of injustice."
The Long, Brutal Saga of the Ex-Cop Called the 'Golden State Killer'
A 72-year-old's arrest suggests the terror also known as the "East Area Rapist" and the "Original Night Stalker" has finally been caught.
Toronto Cops Allegedly Got So High on Edibles, They Had to Call for Backup
They got them from a dispensary they raided, according to reports.
This is the first database that tracks America's criminal cops
The police crime database offers the most comprehensive look ever at how often American cops are arrested, as well as some early insights into the consequences they face for breaking the laws they’re supposed to enforce.
Isabella McKinley Corbo
The Disturbing Lawsuit by the Cops Charged in Freddie Gray's Death
Now that the criminal case against them has collapsed, these Baltimore cops are going after their prosecutor.
Cops Are Abandoning Their Favorite Interrogation Technique Because It Doesn't Work
Claustrophobic rooms and the presumption of guilt have been accepted practice for decades—and a staple of shows like 'Law and Order.' But actual cops are changing their ways.
How States Can Hold Rogue Cops Accountable Under Trump
A California law offers hope for police reform under a Jeff Sessions Justice Department
Meet the Former NYPD Chief Who Made a Career Out of Putting Dirty Cops Behind Bars
Charles Campisi didn't want to be a rat, but someone had to at least try and keep tabs on the worst of New York's finest.
We Asked Three Veteran Cops How to Reduce Police Shootings
Former cops offer ideas for how America can get its police shooting epidemic under control.
What Dallas Means for Criminal Justice Reform
Police reform is alive and well, activists and experts say, but the assassination of cops doesn't exactly help the cause.
Simone Weichselbaum, Maurice Chammah, and Ken Armstr
The Freddie Gray Trials Are (Finally) Starting Again in Baltimore
One of the cops who cuffed the 25-year-old in April 2015 is going toe-to-toe with a judge.
Rachel M. Cohen
When Someone You Love Dies in Police Custody and They Blame 'Excited Delirium'
Many cops are taught that some people lose it, gain superhuman strength, and die. But is the condition real?