Spoiler: They do.
Nationally, 66 percent of police departments report seeing declining numbers of applications.
When "almost anyone can be arrested for something," no one is safe.
Police Officer Threatens To Shoot Pregnant Woman After Her Child Took Barbie From Family Dollar Store
"There is no situation in which this behavior is ever close to acceptable," said Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego.
A small city in California has been plagued by police shootings, costly civil rights lawsuits, and incidents of excessive force.
It took 39 hours for every child to be reunited with their parents.
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The jail, which saw several deaths, was overseen by former Sheriff David Clarke at the time.
Dissenting From a Decision Blocking a Retaliatory Arrest Claim, Neil Gorsuch Notes That 'Almost Anyone Can Be Arrested for Something'
The Trump appointee warns that "little would be left of our First Amendment liberties" if cops could punish people who irk them by finding a legal reason to bust them.
Child services called because Holly Curry let her kids wait in the car while she bought a muffin.
The operation used its intimate knowledge of NYPD operations to thrive.
Jon Goldsmith called a local deputy a "stupid sum bitch" on Facebook, so the deputy's superior charged Goldsmith with writing a threatening statement.
Border Patrol Agent on Trial for Hitting Border Crosser With His Truck Called Immigrants 'Disgusting Subhuman Shit' in Texts
Matthew Bowen hit a man who crossed the border. Then he sent a text calling him a "human pit maneuver."
Emanuel was a habitual violator of Illinois' public records laws and shielded the police from public scrutiny whenever he could.
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.
Contradictory responses to a request for autopsy reports illustrate how law enforcement agencies take advantage of a broad exception to the state's public records law.
Forensic Experts Find 'No Evidence' That Houston Narcs Who Killed Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas Encountered Gunfire As They Entered the House
The physical evidence at the scene seems inconsistent with the story told by the officers who conducted the no-knock drug raid.
Five years later, Daniel Pantaleo faces administrative justice.
Cellphone Video Provides Further Evidence That the Cop Who Arrested Sandra Bland Was Angry Rather Than Afraid
Trooper Brian Encinia could see that Bland, whom he stopped for failing to signal a lane change, was holding a cellphone, not a weapon.
Dennis Tuttle and his wife, Rhogena Nicholas, who was shot twice, were pronounced dead shortly after police invaded their home based on a "controlled buy" that never happened.
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.
Adam Lowther, a Navy veteran and nuclear deterrence expert, lost his job and spent $300,000 fighting the allegations.
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.
The cops were there to break up a fight, not start one.
A new report finds that such arrests are most common in Waco, while resulting injuries are most common in Houston.
The Chattanooga Police Department is at the center of another excessive force lawsuit.
New York cops and the president arbitrarily turn legal products into contraband.
District Attorney admits "we are not able to prosecute any of those cases and reach our burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt."
A review of 70 studies shows only limited benefits.
The officer accused of falsifying the no-knock warrant for the home invasion that killed Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas retired last Friday.
The Elkhart Police Department has had several misconduct issues throughout the years.
Art Acevedo plans to limit no-knock raids and give narcotics officers body cameras but wants credit for not covering up a cop's search warrant lies.
More than 30 organizations are reviewing thousands of newly released documents about bad cop behavior
Watch N.J. Cop Throw Motionless Man to the Ground Before Dragging and Hitting Him: 'Get the Fuck Up'
The man wasn't moving, and didn't appear to pose any threat.
Authorities wouldn't say whether the charges related to Donna Dalton, who was shot to death by Mitchell last August.
A law that forced open decades of secret information about law enforcement behavior is slowly being implemented.