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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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Dash cam furthers controversy over firing of Dallas cop

A newly released dash-cam has stirred debate over whether the December shooting of an unarmed man was justified - Full Story

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Sheriff skirts internal policies over TV reporter citations

Multiple traffic stop citations, misdemeanor ordered voided by Sheriff John Rutherford; reporter had been instructed to remove FOP emblem from her vehicle - Full Story

Exclusives

Why background checks are so important

Why background checks are so important

Pre-employment due diligence should address more than criminal history and financial responsibility — here are a few reasons why. - Full Story

News

Ill. officer accused of stealing $20K from man

Officer John A. Wasilenko was taken into custody this morning - Full Story

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Detroit chief orders probe into release of councilman

A police supervisor released the City Council's No. 2 after he was stopped for an unidentified traffic offense - Full Story

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Former Pa. detective charged with evidence theft

A former detective was charged Wednesday with taking cash out of the department's evidence room - Full Story

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Homeless man killed by Calif. police: victim or danger?

Homeless man killed by Calif. police: victim or danger?

In the first day of closing arguments, attorneys provided dramatically different portraits of the 2011 death of 37-year-old Kelly Thomas - Full Story

Videos

LASD Sheriff Lee Baca says he will support creation of oversight commission

Sheriff Lee Baca announced he will support the creation of an oversight commission in the wake of a recent investigation into corruption in the LA County Sheriff's Department.

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Embattled LA Sheriff Lee Baca to retire

Embattled LA Sheriff Lee Baca to retire

The announcement came as the Sheriff's Department and its jails have been under increasing scrutiny - Full Story



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Officer Misconduct / Internal Affairs Columnists

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