Officer Misconduct / Internal Affairs
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Deputy fired for waving weapons, quoting 'Training Day'– 16
The deputy was quoting lines from Denzel Washington's character.
Deputy arrested in DWI accident with inmate– 2
Police believe the deputy was too drunk to drive and asked the inmate to drive for him.
3 Mass. cops fired over use of force seek reinstatement– 16
The officers were fired after the mayor accused them of using excessive force on a man in custody at police HQ.
NJ cop charged with slapping man dressed as bunny– 23
An officer is accused of slapping a man who was wearing a bunny costume and was blowing an air horn inside a police station.
Arizona cop on leave after punching woman in face– 7
The Flagstaff police department is investigating the officer's actions is "concerned by what is depicted in this video."
Dash cam captures Conn. UOF incident that sparked probe–
Hartford police have launched an investigation into whether officers used excessive force during the June arrests of Ricardo Perez and Emilio Diaz.
Investigation launched over Austin traffic stop– 3
Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo condemned both officers' actions and has called comments on the video "disturbing."
Chicago officer investigated over UOF in arrest footage– 3
The video posted online shows an officer approach the suspect and stomp on his head.
Calif. cops charged with assault after incident following pursuit– 8
Cameras captured two deputies delivering more than 40 blows to a man lying prone in an alley after a pursuit.
Baltimore officer found guilty in spitting incident– 2
Officer has been found guilty of second-degree assault and misconduct in office after a video appeared to show him spitting on a man in handcuffs.
John Bostain's WinX talk on the importance of building community relationships– 1
In this powerful talk, John Bostain talks about the importance of community relationships, trust and mentoring. As a police officer in Virginia, John become a mentor for a young man and the relationship drastically altered both if their lives.
Ohio cop indicted on murder charge in shooting–
Officer has said he was dragged by suspect's car and was forced to shoot .
Why well-documented reports are vital in use of force incidents–
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie talks with Matt Stiehm about the importance of well-documented, detailed narratives when writing about use of force.
2 Tenn. cops caught drag racing, turn themselves in– 2
In the video, which was posted to YouTube and Facebook, an unidentified man films the two patrol cars from a distance
Cops, medic, firefighters brawl at T-ball game–
The argument started over a custody battle; the police and fire department are investigating the incident
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