Officer Misconduct / Internal Affairs

Officer Misconduct / Internal Affairs

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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Baltimore body camera bid, still not made public, under legal review

Neither the cost of the TASER bid nor the results of the legal review will be made public for at least a week - Full Story

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NY to ease enforcement of some minor infractions

Such low-level offenses have left the city with more than 1.2M active warrants - Full Story

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NJ officer gets job back after asking woman to model lingerie

He went to her hotel room in uniform with his sidearm, saw shopping bags on the floor and asked her to model - Full Story

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Minn. cop who said 'run them over' about BLM protesters resigns from leadership

He's been active in the Minnesota Fraternal Order of Police and was elected as the organization's second vice president - Full Story

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Baltimore to pay $60K settlement to woman who recorded arrest

The woman sued the department after claiming police deleted a video of a 2014 arrest - Full Story

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State lawmakers asked to pass bills focused on Fla. police using deadly force

The legislation would require a mandatory state investigation every time deadly force is used - Full Story

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High court split over NJ officer's First Amendment case

The day after another cop saw what he thought was Officer Jeffrey Heffernan holding a political sign, Heffernan was demoted - Full Story

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FBI: Violent crime rose in first 6 months of 2015 over 2014

Police officials have struggled to pinpoint specific reasons for the homicide increase - Full Story

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Chicago police chief applicants asked about code of silence

Police Board President that the 39 applicants for the superintendent job will be asked for 'creative solutions' - Full Story



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