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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Donations pour in to help ex-cop buy his K-9 partner

Recently retired Marietta officer Matt Hickey wants to buy his partner, Ajax, but the town is making him bid - Full Story

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Hackers attack largest US police union, cite war between LEOs, community

The nation’s largest police union was targeted by hackers overseas - Full Story

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Video: Miami driver pulls over officer for speeding

The woman in pursuit said she was flashing her hazard lights and honking in order to get the officer to stop - Full Story

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Report: Small group of Chicago cops cost $34M in settlements

While the officers represent a fraction of 12K officers, they are identified in nearly a third of the misconduct lawsuits - Full Story

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FBI using billboards in NY to fight against corruption

The signs, which went up earlier this year, are emblazoned with the words 'REPORT CORRUPTION' - Full Story

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Panhandlers win in court over sheriff's office in Chicago

The panhandlers' lawyers said securing a finding that departments must ensure staff understand panhandlers' rights - Full Story

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Report: Two-thirds of officers in Calif. city suffer from low morale

That’s because leaders 'are unwilling to make the changes necessary to restore trust and morale' - Full Story

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Fired after fatal shooting of driver, ex-LAPD officers sue to have jobs back

Officers claimed they saw the driver reach for his waistband, possibly for a gun - Full Story

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Attorney: Chicago officer didn't tamper with dashcam in McDonald shooting

The squad car video of the McDonald shooting contradicted officer accounts that McDonald lunged at them - Full Story

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W.Va. PD latest to add ‘In God We Trust’ decals to cruisers

The police department said they want to show support for the ‘ultimate guardian’ - Full Story



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