A traffic stop in Plano ended unlike any you’ve ever heard about before.Read more »
Seven Myths about the Police
The police exercise legitimate authority. The average police officer is not a legal expert; he probably knows his department protocol, but very little about the actual laws. This means his enforcement involves a great deal of bluffing, improvisation, and dishonesty. Police lie on a regular basis: “I just got a report of someone of your description committing a crime around here. Want to show me some ID?”Read more »
Oakland Police Department officer had tape placed over his name tag, was called out by a citizen, and a police lieutenant makes the smirking / embarrassed? officer remove the tape. I guess if I were in a stutation where I may get carried away and participate in unjustified violence, I would want to be anonymous as well.....Read more »
Adrian SchoolcraftHe wanted his bosses to know about NYPD misconduct. So they put him in a mental wardRead more »
At 3:43 a.m. on Monday, Officer Charles Perkins and Officer Greg Vasile responded to Finch Street for a suspicious condition. When they arrived, they found a pregnant female standing on the front porch in full labor. They attempted to speak with her, but she spoke very little English.Read more »
The chief claimed he didn’t notice the markings or the posted sign. The chief told Davis the new light bar on his car blocked his view. He drove back to headquarters and had another officer write him the ticket. It carried a $280 fine. Wilson also apologized in a letter to the newspaper.Read more »
What did Sgt. Terrance Yeakey know? This short film will give you a glimpse into the mystery of the brutal torture-murder of Sgt. Terrance Yeakey and address several of the unanswered questions that exist surrounding the horrific circumstances of his passing on May 8, 1996. Sgt. Yeakey is remembered as a loving husband, father, brother and son and highly respected 7 year veteran of the Oklahoma City Police Department.Read more »
According to the Aspen Times, Valerie McFarlane, a police officer in Aspen, Colorado, was let go last month after she failed to file charges against Troy Hooper, an Aspen newspaper editor, for allegedly drinking and driving.Read more »
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