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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Fired Muslim Tenn. state trooper seeks damages

Fired Muslim Tenn. state trooper seeks damages

Former trooper wants department to pay financially for discrimination - Full Story

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Volunteer Okla. deputy accused in suspect's death to be arraigned

Judge ordered a grand jury to investigate reserve deputies who gave donations to the sheriff - Full Story

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Calif. sheriff's woes began before immigrant shooter uproar

In between the domestic violence incident and the latest controversy, SFPD has encountered several other missteps - Full Story

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NYPD tracking officer data on lawsuits, complaints

In an attempt to root out problem officers and monitor patterns of potential misbehavior, NYPD is creating a database - Full Story

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Why Texas police top the list of overtime earners

U.S. Labor Department confirmed its Wage and Hour Division is investigating the Austin Police Department - Full Story

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Fla. police: Officer ran over man

Initially called a hit and run, investigators found forensic evidence on an officer's unmarked police car - Full Story

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Colo. police deny requests for internal affairs report on traffic stop

Controversial stop included a passenger being pulled from car at gunpoint - Full Story

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NM police chief claims she was fired because she's a lesbian

NM police chief claims she was fired because she's a lesbian

Chief was given no explanation for her termination despite a work history of favorable job performance ratings - Full Story

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Police leaders, DOJ officials have marathon meeting regarding review of Ferguson response

Police leaders, DOJ officials have marathon meeting regarding review of Ferguson response

The Justice Department examined the response of the four agencies in the first 16 days after the fatal shooting - Full Story



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