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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Dashboard video key to NC officer's trial

Dashboard video key to NC officer's trial

Officer can't be seen firing his gun 12 times but the sound of each shot was recorded through the microphone - Full Story

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Video: Dash cam of fatal NC OIS released as trial continues

Jurors viewed dashcam footage of a Charlotte officer shooting a man who had been looking for help after a car crash - Full Story

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Coroner: Cincinnati motorist shot by university cop had bottle of fragrance

Coroner: Cincinnati motorist shot by university cop had bottle of fragrance

The bottle held up was determined to not be gin but consistent with chemicals found in fragrance - Full Story

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Court nixes release of NY in-custody death testimony

Court says the public can't see the testimony a grand jury heard before declining to indict a police officer - Full Story

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Review: NYPD body camera program should record more stops

A body camera pilot program raised a variety of questions about how to best monitor police and community interactions - Full Story

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Ohio cop indicted on murder charge in shooting

Officer has said he was dragged by suspect's car and was forced to shoot .

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Cleared Pa. narcotics officers sue city officials for defamation

Narcotics squad acquitted earlier this year on federal corruption charges are pursuing a lawsuit - Full Story



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