A California school will have police officers with "high powered rifles", also known as "assault rifles" in the hands of citizensRead more »
The Fontana Unified School District is arming its school police with new high-performance rifles.Read more »
“The Chief or authorized designee (i.e. Communications Division) shall refuse police response to any alarm notification from an alarm site that does not have a valid permit,” reads the ordinance.Read more »
A man was arrested after police said they pieced together his identity from videos posted on YouTube.Read more »
Once again, just wanted to show the brazen attitude of police who think that everyone should just bow down to them...Read more »
A Minnesota man was arrested while recording police as they called paramedics to assist a stranger covered in blood... because the officer said it was a violation of HIPAA regulations. Cops also stole his camera... but the audio was recorded remotely via cellpone! It isn't a violation. So they charged him with "disorderly conduct" and "obstruction of legal process," whatever that is. He vows to not take a plea and will take the case to trial! Never take a plea!!!Read more »
LAPD show off two rocket launchers taken off the streets through their gun buy-back program. Only problem is that one was a spent tube which can't be reloaded, the other a fiberglass replica for training.Read more »
When the Framingham police responded to a call just before 2 a.m. last month that a house had been egged, the culprits weren’t juveniles, but experienced, off-duty Newton police officers. Newton officials would not provide the names of the officers or specify how they were disciplined, saying it was a personnel matter.
However, two of the officers involved have been disciplined before and will receive harsher punishments.
The agency is also dealing separately with one off-duty officer who was drunk, he said.
A Texas police officer has been fired after he was recorded on video threatening a teen and using profane language.Read more »
In 2011, the city of Philadelphia paid out $13 million to people alleging harm from police, largely to alleged victims of excessive use of force. Critics say that the city lacks meaningful oversight of police misconduct and, instead of trying to prevent it, treats payments due to the behavior like a cost of doing business. The city, however, doesn’t see a problem, contending that recession-weary Philadelphians and greedy lawyers are suing the city for a paycheck.Read more »
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