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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Prosecutors won't charge cops in L.A. May Day melee

Associated PressLOS ANGELES — Criminal charges won't be filed against 30 Los Angeles police officers... - Full Story

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Two ex-Ga. cops face criminal charges on unrelated crimes

By Andria Simmons The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionArrest warrants were sworn out Thursday for two former... - Full Story

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Calif. officer listed in FBI probe kills self

The Associated PressBURBANK, Calif. — A police sergeant who was being investigated in an FBI probe... - Full Story

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At least 20 Dallas officers wrote 'no-English' tickets

By Scott Goldstein Dallas Morning NewsDALLAS, Texas — At least 20 Dallas police officers from five... - Full Story

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Off-duty Md. cop pulled gun at haunted house

By Peter Hermann Baltimore SunBALTIMORE, Md. — The haunted house in Essex is billed "The House... - Full Story

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Calif. department investigating use of force caught on tape

By David R. Baker San Francisco ChronicleSAN JOSE, Calif. — San Jose Police Chief Rob Davis on... - Full Story

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ICE agency marred by cover-ups and blunders

ICE agency marred by cover-ups and blunders

By Alicia A. Caldwell Associated PressEL PASO, Texas — One immigration agent was accused of running... - Full Story

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Editorial: Separating good N.J. cops from the bad

Star-LedgerTwo Randolph cops confessed this week to covering up a drunken driving arrest for the relative... - Full Story

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Fla. cop suspended for gambling on duty

By Jerome Burdi and Barbara Hijek Sun-SentinelFLORIDA — He was known as "Mike the Cop,"... - Full Story

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Former NYC top cop is now an inmate

Associated PressVALHALLA, N.Y. — Former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik is now just... - Full Story



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