Hijab Removal by New York Police Prompts Lawsuit
Emanuel’s floor leader responds to Lightfoot on CPD academy, elected oversight
CHICAGO 03/14/2018, 03:29pm
Over 40 New Individuals Say They Were Set Up by Crew of Corrupt Chicago Police
By Phil Rogers
Published at 1:49 PM CDT on Mar 15, 2018 | Updated at 9:17 PM CDT on Mar 15, 201
Chicago police officers raid wrong apartment
POSTED 6:28 PM, MARCH 15, 2018, BY ERIK RUNGE, UPDATED AT 06:40PM, MARCH 15, 2018
Jury awards $1.2 million to man shot in back by Chicago police during traffic stop
First female Chicago cop to command police marine unit sues over alleged sex discrimination
Utah sheriffs release jail operating standards
Arkansas police chief out over false-report conviction
Judge drops Subway lawsuit over Layton Police officer's alleged poisoning
FRIDAY , MARCH 16, 2018 - 11:30 A
Appeals court revives inmate’s suit against Phoenix police
No recollection of de Blasio pressing Albany pols on cop disciplinary issue, Gov. Cuomo’s aide says
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, March 16, 2018, 7:14 PM
Infamous hacker who gave up whistleblower Chelsea Manning to the FBI dies in Kansas
BY CHRIS SOMMERFELDT
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Friday, March 16, 2018, 4:11 PM
NYPD Commissioner "troubled" by news of cop arrested for running international heroin ring
Boing Boing-Mar 15, 2018
New York Police Department Officer Yessenia Jimenez was arrested by Drug Enforcement Administration agents on weapons and drug trafficking charges following a month long investigation. According to AP, Jimenez "helped her boyfriend run a heroin trafficking ring that spanned from Mexico to New ...
House GOP will subpoena FBI for missing Hillary Clinton documents
Over the course hours ago of the last year, Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz has been reviewing the FBI and DOJ's actions related to its investigation into Clinton's use of a private email server, which haunted her during the 2016 presidential election. Horowitz suggested the report will be made available to ...
McCabe's firing begins the war on the Deep State
American Thinker (blog)-
We can expect liberaldom to come unglued following the firing of Andrew McCabe, erstwhile second in command at the FBI, just 24 hours before his lucrative government pension kicked in. McCabe had made "unauthorized disclosures to the news media" (leaked confidential information) and "lacked candor – including ...
Cop, 7 others held over police recruitment racket in Bogra
Bogra, Mar 18 (UNB) – Police here in separate drives othe recently held days arrested eight people including a member of police in connection with fraudulence activities and taking money from the aspirants of police constable exams promising them of 'confirm appointment'. The detainees are identified as Rafikul Islam, ...
Chula Vista police officer arrested on suspicion of domestic violence
fox5sandiego.com-Mar 15, 2018
CHULA VISTA, Calif. – A Chula Vista police officer is facing possible criminal charges following his arrest on suspicion of threatening his girlfriend during an off-duty dispute. San Diego police took 27-year-old Leopoldo Armando Chousal into custody Wednesday evening while responding to a reported ...
Raleigh cops are investigating crime by getting Google to reveal the ...
Boing Boing-Public records requests have revealed that on at least four occasions, the Raleigh-Durham police obtained warrants forcing Google to reveal the identities of every mobile user within acres of a crime scene, sweeping up the personal information of thousands of people in a quest to locate a single perp.
‘Testilying’ by Police:
A Stubborn Problem
Police lying persists, even amid an explosion of video
evidence that has allowed the public to test officers’ credibility.
By JOSEPH GOLDSTEINMARCH 18, 2018
Johns Hopkins University wants its own police department. What ...
At Daniels' request, the Baltimore delegation to the General Assembly has agreed to introduce legislation that would enable Hopkins to become the first private university in Maryland with its own police department. Uniformed, armed, sworn police officers would patrol Hopkins' university and hospital