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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Video: UK cops teach American police de-escalation tactics

The documentary follows officers as they learn how violent offenders are handled overseas - Full Story

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Expert: Deputy justifiably shot Fla. man over dark object mistaken for gun

There have been other cases where law enforcement officers have confused wallets, keys and calendar books for guns - Full Story

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No arrests after Denver brawl between biker clubs, off-duty LEOs

No arrests after Denver brawl between biker clubs, off-duty LEOs

The Iron Order Motorcycle Club is a biker group made up largely of law enforcement and military - Full Story

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Ferguson residents get a say on police overhaul agreement

Ferguson residents get a say on police overhaul agreement

The consent decree envisions a reshaping of how officers conduct stops, searches and arrests, use their firearms - Full Story

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Monitor to submit 1st-year plan for Cleveland police reform

Under the plan, Cleveland is required to devise policies over the next 12 months on training - Full Story

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Hawaii bill would ban police drone use without a warrant

The bill would make exceptions for emergencies such as searches and rescues, hostage situations - Full Story

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'Blue Lives Matter' billboard spurs debate among Tenn. community

Some say the message is an affront to the Black Lives Matter movement - Full Story

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Attorney: Chicago mayor overstepped in remarks on McDonald shooting

The release two months ago of a video showed Jason Van Dyke shoot the teen 16 times as he walked away from police - Full Story



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