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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Fla. officer reassigned over shopping cart incident

The Associated Press BRADENTON, Florida (AP) — A police officer has been reassigned to front-desk duty... - Full Story

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Texas deputy resigns after being caught with $1 million cash

By Jesse Bogan San Antonio Express-News McALLEN- A Hidalgo County patrol deputy resigned a few days after... - Full Story

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Chicago: Reputed mob boss's loose talk in prison leads to federal lawman's arrest

By MIKE ROBINSON, Associated Press Writer CHICAGO- Reputed mob boss Michael Marcello apparently didn't... - Full Story

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7 New Orleans officers investigated for allegedly beating man

By MARY FOSTER, Associated Press Writer NEW ORLEANS- In the midst of a crime wave that has included nine... - Full Story

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3 Penn. officers in DUI dustup; probe focuses on special treatment

By Torsten Ove Copyright 2007 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Three police officers from different departments... - Full Story

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Officers charged in La. shooting can work

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- All seven policemen charged with murder or attempted murder... - Full Story

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Cops ask judge to toss bridge New Orleans shooting case

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana (AP) -- Two New Orleans police officers charged in a deadly shooting in Hurricane... - Full Story

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New Orleans officers surrender

New Orleans officers surrender

NEW ORLEANS — Seven police officers charged in a deadly bridge shooting in Hurricane Katrina's aftermath waded through a roaring crowd of supporters on their way to jail, accepting hand shakes and hugs along the way. Jeers from several protesters only made the cheers grow louder.

Six of the men remained behind bars Tuesday night, charged with at least one count of murder or attempted murder in the Sept. 4, 2005, shootings on the Danziger Bridge less than a week after the hurricane hit. Two people died and four people were wounded - Full Story

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New Orleans police officers surrender on murder charges

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Seven police officers charged in a deadly bridge shooting in Hurricane Katrina's... - Full Story

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Wash. state police chief abruptly resigns

By Brian Alexander, Staff Writer Copyright 2007 Seattle TimesWhen Snohomish Police Chief Gordon Wiborg... - Full Story



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