Missouri state auditor says that law enforcement agencies maybe under reporting what they take as asset forfeiture during criminal investigations.Read more »
Swat Team VS School bullies in massive training exercise at a large cost to the tax payers, i can't help but think that this is just another example of teaching the people/students who is the boss. People SHOULD be upset but so far nobody seems to even care.Read more »
An Indiana deputy attorney general used twitter to suggest that violence and live ammunition be used against the protesters in Wisconsin.Read more »
His parents say they understand what he did was inappropriate, but are outraged by the way Arvada Police handled the case. The parents do not want their real names used.
They say “Tim” is being treated for ADD and his therapist told him to draw pictures when got upset, rather than disrupt the class. So that’s what he did. Last October, he drew stick figures of himself with a gun, pointed at four other stick figures with the words “teacher must die.”Read more »
FOX News reports: “A privacy watchdog’s freedom of information request has revealed a government memo encouraging agents to befriend people on a variety of social networks, to take advantage of their readiness to share — and spy on them.Read more »
Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland went on the defensive Thursday during a meeting with local journalists, saying officers have made recent traffic stops in which residents leave their vehicles to take pictures or shoot video — encounters he says could endanger officers and that have increased following the release of the Chad Holley beating footage.Read more »
(The) tactic has grown in use from 2,000 to 3,000 raids a year in the mid-1980s, to 70,000 to 80,000 annually, says Peter Kraska, a professor of criminal justice at Eastern Kentucky University who tracks the issue. That increase has raised questions about the tactic, including whether the surprise element poses an unnecessary threat to people whose residences are invaded.Read more »
How would the police be handled in a free society without government? The people of Egypt are giving us a glimpse.Read more »
Los Angeles (CNN) -- A police officer in Los Angeles who claimed he was shot while patrolling near a high school has now been arrested for making up the story, authorities said.
Officer Jeff Stenroos of the Los Angeles Unified School District Police Department had said he was shot in the chest on January 19 in the west San Fernando Valley. He said the shooting happened when he got out of his squad car to check on a man peering into parked vehicles near the El Camino High School.
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