Officer Misconduct / Internal Affairs
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Swedish squad allegedly involved in street race–
A squad can be seen pulling up alongside another vehicle, and taking off at the same time down the street.
Fla. sergeant charged with lewd conduct–
A police sergeant in Fla. has been charged with lewd conduct.
Off-duty Ariz. cop fired for pointing gun at clerk–
Rookie Kyle McCartin appeared intoxicated when he entered a gas station wearing a ballistic vest and aimed his gun.
Police officer fired after pointing gun at clerk–
A police officer in Tucson was fired after pointing a gun at a store clerk.
Detroit Free Press photographer arrested–
A Detroit Free Press photographer has been arrested.
La. officer pulling over fellow cop prompts spat–
The heated exchange that unfolded after one officer pulled over another prompted both of them to undergo verbal counseling.
Ga. cops in 'punching video' lose certification–
Two Atlanta officers seen on video punching a suspect have lost their certification to work as police officers.
P1 Weekly Update for 03/15/13–
In this week's update, Betsy Brantner Smith reviews the incident in which a suspect escaped Miami-Dade police and took their cruiser, officers from New Jersey facing criticism for their off-duty rap videos, and this week's 'not today' moment.
Ex-Ohio cop hopes DNA proves innocence–
Arguments are set to begin Monday in the case of a former Ohio police captain whose ex-wife was killed in 1997. He says new DNA evidence proves his innocence.
Retired NYPD Captain on police culture, corruption, and solutions–
Sierra Adamson interviews Dr John Eterno, retired NYPD Captain, about the main problems with the NYPD which he attributes to management and culture within the department.
Chief's message on officer injuries–
After a spur of officer-involved violent incidents, the Portland police chief released a video to his officers to rally department members and show his support.
Fla. trooper arrests Miami police officer in marked car–
"Oh yeah, I'm serious" yells the Fla. trooper who pursued a marked cruiser traveling up to 120 mph for almost 5 minutes before pulling over.
Female cop resigns after hitting pedestrians with cruiser–
Although it has been ruled that both the pedestrians and the officer were at fault for the incident, the officer has resigned. Local departments are considering changing laws about using laptops in cruisers as a result.
Philly cop punches woman at Puerto Rican parade–
The Lt. thought the woman threw water at him and retaliated.
3 questions to help assign blame–
Asking the right questions will assist in determining who is utterly at fault. Whether it’s the administration, the officer, or anybody else, we’re always trying to fix blame. There are three key questions that should always be asked when assessing a situation and determining who is at fault. P1 Columnist Gary Kluugiewicz explains them in the video tip below.
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