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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LAPD chief recommends charges for officer in fatal shooting

Chief Charlie Beck says he made his recommendation last month to Los Angeles County District Attorney - Full Story

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FBI investigating fatal 2013 Chicago OIS

The FBI is known to be investigating that shooting and several others - Full Story

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Office furniture the cause of Wash. captain's administrative leave

His actions prompted a city administrator to file a complaint alleging insubordination - Full Story

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Conn. State police commissioner apologizes for parking in handicapped space

The fine for a first-time violator who parks in a handicapped space is $150 - Full Story

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Court blocks order forcing officer to testify at Gray trial

Temporary decision was made to give prosecutors time to respond to whether Officer William Porter should be forced to testify - Full Story

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Body cam footage clears Fla. police of public cavity search allegations

The video shows, as indicated in his arrest report, the suspect had a separate pocket in his shorts filled with drugs - Full Story

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Chicago mayor pivots on police misconduct controversy

Earlier this week, the mayor told reporters that the federal probe should not expand into the Law Department - Full Story

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Calif. chief responds to preacher's accusation of police harassment

The preacher was charged with obstructing traffic while sponsoring an anti-police protest without a permit - Full Story



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