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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September 10, 2014

Minn. police release more footage of viral skyway arrest

St. Paul's mayor has called for a review of the case, and an internal affairs investigation is underway.
September 04, 2014

Cop's cam disputes firefighter's race claims

A black Oakland firefighter said Wednesday that a white officer was racially motivated in detaining him and his two children during a possible burglary call.
September 02, 2014

Former Okla. chief makes public apology over Facebook post

The chief resigned after sharing a video clip to his Facebook page that had a racial slur in the title.
August 28, 2014

Dash cam contradicts misconduct claim by NAACP, pastor

Department has responded to claims of an officer’s misconduct during a traffic stop by releasing dash cam video of the incident.
August 20, 2014

Cop suspended after confrontation with Mo. protesters

Officer pointed a semi-automatic assault rifle at demonstrators, then cursed and threatened to kill one of them.
July 28, 2014

NYPD cop on desk duty after arrest struggle

The images that emerged of Jah-miel Cuffee's arrest shows him pinned on the pavement by other officers.
July 24, 2014

NYPD investigates tactics in another arrest incident

The cellphone video shows a police officer with an arm around the suspect's neck as he struggles to arrest him.
July 21, 2014

Calif. cop placed on leave over YouTube rant about bicyclists

The video, shot in Calabasas, was created by a volunteer reserve officer with the Santa Paula Police Department.
July 14, 2014

Traffic stop turns to scuffle between Miami cop, IA lieutenant

Police are unsure what caused the confrontation, but the Internal Affairs lieutenant offered identification before exiting the vehicle.



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