The Lonoke County sergeant was already fired for not turning on his body camera during the encounter.
The Justice Department is investigating whether top brass were part of a cover-up.
The deputy's body camera wasn’t turned on when he fatally shot 17-year-old Hunter Brittain.
Family and friends protest and look for answers.
Louisiana Troopers Claimed Ronald Greene Died in a Car Crash. Body Cam Footage Shows a Deadly Beating.
The state has refused to release the video for the past two years, but the Associated Press got its own copy.
State investigators say shooting justified because Andrew Brown Jr. drove toward law enforcement to escape arrest.
North Carolina's Terrible Body Camera Law Blocks Important Information in a Controversial Police Shooting
Will the public ever see why deputies shot Andrew Brown?
Over the objections of Gov. Larry Hogan, the state’s Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights is tossed out.
The Cops Who Drew Guns and Forced an Innocent Family To Lie on the Pavement Were Dismayed by the Angry Response
After gratuitously terrifying a 6-year-old girl, the officers blamed her mother, who also had done nothing illegal.
A California Man Died After Cops Knelt on His Neck During a Mental Health Call. Then the Department Tried To Hide It.
Angelo Quinto's family has filed a wrongful death claim.
It's an improvement over the status quo. But time will tell how frequently the feds try to suppress important footage.
Reason asked writers who have been on the criminal justice beat for years to lay out serious proposals for reforms with a fighting chance of being implemented.
This Week in Policing Reform: Hawaii Lifts Police Secrecy, Civilian Oversight Boards Make Ballots in Miami and Philadelphia
And Sen. Tim Scott (R–S.C.) says policing reform in Congress might not be dead after all.
Police Agencies in New York and Los Angeles Drag Their Feet over Body Camera Footage and Misconduct Records
Efforts to force sunlight into police conduct have been thwarted by noncompliance.
The legislation rolls back regulations that have been shielding bad police from accountability.
Their illegal search was not recorded.
From tighter use-of-force rules to eliminating qualified immunity, here are some reforms that could make a real difference.
The officers who shot David McAtee had their body cameras turned off.
The LAPD released body camera footage of Frank Hernandez's use-of-force incident.
Prince George's County had started a pilot program to fit officers with body cameras five years ago, but never set aside the money to expand.
“The suspect was struck several times by the officer's duty weapon.” No, the cop shot him.
Body camera footage captured Aaron Dean fatally shooting Atatiana Jefferson without announcing that he was a police officer.
Body camera videos show a woman being tased into compliance after being placed on suicide watch.
"There is absolutely no excuse for this incident," said Police Chief Edwin Kraus.
Mayor Betsy Price: "The gun is irrelevant. She was in her own home caring for an 8-year-old nephew. [Jefferson] was a victim."
The neighbor later said, "If I had never dialed the police department, she'd still be alive."
"I don't think that I deserve to pay $80 for something that is fixable — and I can fix it, if that's all you want me to do."
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A small city in California has been plagued by police shootings, costly civil rights lawsuits, and incidents of excessive force.
We can still say no to mass surveillance.
It looked as though he was trying to put the gun on the ground.
A review of 70 studies shows only limited benefits.
Pervasive real-time police surveillance is not just theoretical anymore.
The NYPD's largest union was dealt a defeat in its attempt to make body cam footage confidential, but it says it might appeal.
"My son with autism was forced out of the home with military-style rifles aimed at him and made to sit on the cold, wet ground for over an hour."
The same officer was fired last year after video of him allegedly planting drugs in a car during a traffic stop emerged.
It's harder now for law enforcement officials to conceal what happened in deadly encounters with citizens.
This is how the system is supposed to work.
Gov. Jerry Brown signs bills dramatically increasing transparency about law enforcement behavior.
Officer Jesse Hill said he mistakenly shot and killed a woman when her dog attacked him. Body cam footage shows him slipping on ice.
State law keeps misconduct secret from the public. That may be about to change.
An officer's inappropriate use of work equipment shows the risk of hiring "second-chance officers"
Officer Eric Coulston repeatedly pinned Thomas to the ground and handcuffed him after he tried to hide in a cubby hole.
The move comes after a state rep used it to get out of a speeding ticket.
The larger goal is to bring "the NYPD's stop-and-frisk policies and practices into compliance with federal and state law."
Video: State Rep. Paul Mosley tells a deputy that he's above the law.