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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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July 24, 2015

LAPD officer gets jail for fatal arrest

Officer was sentenced to 16 months in jail after maximum three years was suspended by 20 months - Full Story
July 24, 2015
Deputies: Retired Calif. detective is 'Snowbird Bandit'

Deputies: Retired Calif. detective is 'Snowbird Bandit'

Retired detective is responsible for a string of bank robberies - Full Story
July 23, 2015

Baltimore cop says top brass knew of rogue training exercise in which trainee was shot

In a deposition, a training supervisor said he personally informed the police commissioner and his chief - Full Story
July 22, 2015

Texas police officer suspended because of his weight

If an officer fails the department's physical requirement test, they receive training to get in shape - Full Story
July 22, 2015

DA: Miss. police misconduct unlikely in Tenn. man's death

A state official said that a preliminary investigation indicates no police misconduct into 'hogtied' arrest - Full Story
July 22, 2015

Ferguson hires another interim police chief

This new hire is the third chief in four months - Full Story
July 20, 2015
Idaho deputy at fault in 110 MPH crash

Idaho deputy at fault in 110 MPH crash

Investigation by police department found officer was driving at high-speeds without emergency lights on - Full Story
July 20, 2015

Judge denies plea to block release of evidence in Gray case

A Baltimore judge won't prohibit defense attorneys from releasing evidence - Full Story
July 20, 2015

Many NC police agencies don't drug test officers involved in shootings

Study found only two NC agencies require drug or alcohol testing following the use of deadly force - Full Story



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