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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Chicago police unions push for destruction of old complaints

The two unions' contracts with the city stipulate that the records be destroyed after five years - Full Story

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Fla. rulings protect sheriff but let wounded suspects sue deputies

The rulings are nearly identical to ones that have been made in other recent excessive force cases - Full Story

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Ala. officer's civil, state cases loom after federal acquittal

Federal prosecutors failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Parker willfully violated the rights of am older man - Full Story

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Ga. officer gets 2-week suspension for traffic stop behavior

The officer told a black driver he doesn't care about his 'people' - Full Story

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Prosecutor: Pittsburgh officer's fatal shooting of armed robbery suspect justified

Surveillance video clearly shows the man aiming his loaded pistol at the officer - Full Story

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Ohio cop gets $30K from suit over transfer after critical article of department

The officer said his First Amendment rights were violated when he got transferred after he criticized the agency in an article - Full Story

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Video: SF cops' UOF during cyclist's arrest spurs internal investigation

The alleged offenses were listed as disobeying a traffic order, battery on a peace officer and resisting arrest - Full Story

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Union: Mo. chief's letters to aid politically connected drug dealer is 'undermining'

The letter could 'increase an already growing demand' for a no-confidence vote by union members - Full Story

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Wash. lawmakers seek rules for police body camera video

Washington, D.C. and nine states have enacted laws in 2015 that address access to body-camera footage - Full Story



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