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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Calif. cadet under investigation after gun stolen from his vehicle

Officers get an automatic 10-hour suspension if they lose department-issued firearms - Full Story


Report: 60 percent of Americans say body cams will improve police-community relations

According to the report, there is some confusion among the public about the technology - Full Story


Texas trooper sues for religious discrimination

The trooper sued the Texas Department of Public safety for mocking her beliefs - Full Story


Chicago PD may have to release fatal OIS video from 2014

Police have refused to release the footage, but a judge may order them to do so in response to a public records request - Full Story


Integrity management: 5 keys to weeding out bad cops Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

Integrity management: 5 keys to weeding out bad cops

If we tell ourselves an officer can falsify his location for a sexual liaison but would never lie in a report, we are lying to ourselves - Full Story


Records show what Ill. officer spent embezzled money on

The largest withdrawal by Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz was for $7K and deposited into his wife's account - Full Story


Audit: No reliable way to track LA cops on injury leave

In 2014, the city paid $141M in salary, medical bills and other expenses for police and firefighters out on injury leaves - Full Story

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