Kelling later disavowed the high-volume arrest programs that police departments justified using his theory.
An NYPD Superior Reacted to Eric Garner's Death by Texting 'Not a Big Deal.' And That's Completely Unsurprising.
For five years, the NYPD, its apologists, and even Mayor Bill de Blasio have absolved cops of their role in Eric Garner's death.
Preventing a slow march toward automated authoritarianism?
Five years later, Daniel Pantaleo faces administrative justice.
"She's not a vicious dog at all. … She's a sweetheart."
The officers won't be charged, but the DA thinks their actions were "alarming and irresponsible."
Oregon Supreme Court: Cops Can't Collaborate with Garbage Haulers to Paw Through Your Trash Without a Warrant
Police now have to get a judge's permission before they rummage through your bins.
Kentucky Judges Pre-Signed Blank Legal Documents So That Child Services Could Take Custody of Kids on Nights and Weekends
"Children are being illegally taken from their home without judges' proper authority."
This is not the first time a tweet from the Sergeants Benevolent Association has courted controversy.
More than half of the 120 defendants in a notorious 2016 police raid were never even alleged to be gang members.
In contrast, police killed nearly 1,000 people last year.
Derek Williams told police that he couldn't breath while sitting in the back of a police car.
Police had wide authority to seize assets without having to prove a crime even happened, but now the state is tightening the rules.
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Thanks to a police union, Officer Darren Cachola has managed to stay on the force job despite a firing, brutality and abuse allegations, and a video of him punching his girlfriend.
The Metropolitan Police Department was in the middle of a legal battle with the family when the warrantless search was conducted.
The local police union promises to defy him.
"What started out as a clerical error magnified into a very regrettable and Kafkaesque mistake."
It's fair to take the cops' account with a grain of salt.
'Some People Might Say That Ricky Fell Through a Crack in the System. This Is Not a Crack. This Is the System.'
Over 23 years ago Missouri’s criminal justice system failed a man charged with murder. This week he’s looking at his last best chance at freedom.
A Mother Spends a Week in Jail, Is Fired From Her Job, and Temporarily Loses Her Kids After a Police Mix-Up
Ashley Foster was jailed and inspected by child protective services for a mistake beyond her control.
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It looked as though he was trying to put the gun on the ground.
The Chattanooga Police Department is at the center of another excessive force lawsuit.
Police Sicced a Dog on a Surrendering Man. Will the Supreme Court Review the Doctrine That Gave Them Immunity?
The ACLU wants the Supreme Court to revisit the notorious qualified immunity doctrine.
In a now-deleted Facebook post, Loudoun County deputies brag about a drug bust, get dragged, and likely don't learn any lessons.
A review of 70 studies shows only limited benefits.
One doesn't need a predictive-policing program to realize that police officers who have been convicted of serious crimes ought not to be trusted with a badge.
This Man Didn't Kill Anyone. Texas Plans To Execute Him Tonight Anyway. (UPDATE: Supreme Court Blocks Execution)
Texas' law of parties is to blame.
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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Police Superintendent Still Think Jussie Smollett Is Guilty—and Are Furious He's Going Free
"Where is the accountability in the system?"
The FBI is still investigating, however.
When an aunt asked to see a search warrant, she says she was handcuffed.
The Elkhart Police Department has had several misconduct issues throughout the years.