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The Officer Misconduct / Internal Affairs topic area features news, training and information related to cases involving potential or perceived law enforcement misconduct. This section serves the important function of pointing out, not pointing fingers, when a police officer has gone outside the lines.
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February 03, 2010

Woman claims NM cops posted naked pics of her

A domestic violence victim claims that Santa Fe officers posted nude photos of her in police headquarters - Full Story
February 02, 2010

Pa. officers accused of beating teen suspended

The teen alleges that the officers beat him without provocation - Full Story
January 31, 2010

NM detective accused of aiding a drug dealer

Attorney says officer was put in 'worst possible light' - Full Story
January 29, 2010

Man takes pic of Ga. cop surfing Facebook on duty

The Atlanta man was later arrested, but claims he did no wrong - Full Story
January 26, 2010

Wyo. cops fired for using TASER won't get jobs back

Two officers were fired after using TASER 76-year-old man driving a tractor in a parade - Full Story
January 25, 2010
Man accusing NYPD of abuse describes 'baton attack'

Man accusing NYPD of abuse describes 'baton attack'

At the center of this controversial case is a man who claims an NYPD officer sodomized him - Full Story
January 22, 2010

NM city releases video of officer 'pummeling' teen

Two Santa Fe officers were fired and another was disciplined in the '07 incident - Full Story
January 20, 2010

Va. officer allegedly steals fire chief's SUV

Capt. Travis D. Mosher resigned and turned himself in to police - Full Story
January 16, 2010

Dallas officer fired for sending nude photos to student

The officer had saved explicit images on his personal cellphone - Full Story

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