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Published on April 5, 2018

Police Misconduct In The News

Mosby, Accusations of Baltimore Police Misconduct Will be Available at Trial

Charges of a Baltimore police officer’s past or present misconduct will now be available at trial, a State’s Attorney’s Office (SAO) press release announced Friday.

If an Internal Affairs (IA) file of such charges exists, officers testifying in court …

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Community groups propose civilian oversight of Chicago Police Department

Its oversight would extend beyond the Police Department to COPA, which investigates police misconduct allegations, and the Chicago Police Board, which decides discipline.

It also calls for councils to be set up in each of the city’s 22 police districts t …

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Mother Of Eric Garner And Officials Call For Action On Police Misconduct

Family members of people who died in police custody, activists, public defenders, and elected officials joined together at a rally Thursday outside New York’s City Hall to demand that the NYPD fire employees who have been found guilty of serious offenses.

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Police?/Firefighter Misconduct: The Story/Consequence of a Traffic Stop in Denton, Texas

On February 13, I was driving down the highway with my three of my children and noticed an aggressive white SUV. Distracted, I swerved. I was clueless. Then, the red lights lit up. I was confused. Trying to protect my children, I pulled over. Then, someone … See original story

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