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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Over 1K protesters take to Baltimore streets after in-custody death

Over 1K protesters take to Baltimore streets after in-custody death

Tuesday's demonstration marked the beginning of a week of protests and rallies planned across the city - Full Story

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Marshals reviewing video of deputy grabbing, smashing woman's phone

Woman on the sidewalk appears to be filming officers with her cellphone when a deputy U.S. Marshal approaches her.

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Video: Marshals reviewing footage of deputy grabbing, smashing woman's phone

Woman on the sidewalk appears to be filming officers with her cellphone when a deputy U.S. Marshal approaches her - Full Story

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DEA chief to retire from agency

DEA chief to retire from agency

Has faced mounting pressure from Congress, where some questioned her competence in the wake of a scathing government watchdog report - Full Story

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DOJ opens Baltimore police probe; hundreds protest

DOJ opens Baltimore police probe; hundreds protest

Said Tuesday it has opened a civil rights investigation into in-custody death of Freddie Gray - Full Story

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St. Louis board votes to create civilian police oversight panel

Seven-person St. Louis Civilian Oversight Board, which will make recommendations but cannot discipline officers - Full Story

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Sheriff: Okla. reserve cop's training record wasn't falsified

Sheriff: Okla. reserve cop's training record wasn't falsified

Sheriff also said the FBI had determined Robert Bates didn't violate suspect's civil rights - Full Story

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Okla. reserve deputy disputes claim he lacked training

73-year-old Oklahoma volunteer deputy charged in the fatal shooting of a suspect in Tulsa went on national television Friday to counter criticisms of his qualifications.

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Video: Okla. reserve deputy disputes claim he lacked training

Said in interview that characterizations of him as a wealthy donor who paid to join the force are "unbelievably unfair" - Full Story



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