Excessive traffic and pedestrian stops, especially in black communities, are dangerous and counterproductive.
"I don't feel good. Tell my mom I love her," the 13-year-old said immediately after being shot.
During a Routine Child Services Check, Cops Hog-tied a Mom and Carried Her Out 'Like a Pig Upside Down'
The home wellbeing visit resulted in Vanessa Peoples going to jail with a dislocated shoulder.
Peace will come only from leaving other people alone on the condition that they do the same for us.
That includes 1,114 armored personnel carriers.
Another example of how powerful the law enforcement lobby is
Half of All False Convictions in the U.S. Involved Police or Prosecutor Misconduct, Finds New Report
If you’re looking for accountability, we’ve got some bad news for you.
Roderick Walker told deputies that he didn't need an ID since he wasn't driving.
David and Andrea Peterson didn't even participate in the rally—they just watched it. The students don't care.
Isaiah Elliott also received a five-day suspension, but plans to transfer.
Americans are being forced to confront the downsides of powerful organized labor in an already miserable year.
Many alleged perpetrators, no actual victims.
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For the moment, the executive "memorandum" is long on rhetoric, but short on actual action. If it ever does lead to action, it could be yet another attack on federalism and separation of powers.
Another example of how police can respond poorly to drug and mental health calls
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.
Excessive force is certainly an issue. So is overcriminalization.
Law enforcement lobby holds off bill that would decertify officers who are guilty of misconduct.
Leaked police documents show how U.S. counterterrorism agencies spread myths and panic about fentanyl.
Kentucky Authorities Offered Leniency to Breonna Taylor's Ex if He Would Implicate Her in Drug Crimes
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Even the most police-skeptical courts grant the doctrine in egregious circumstances.
Protesters Tell Rand Paul, Who Wrote the Justice for Breonna Taylor Act, To Say Breonna Taylor's Name
Screaming "say her name" at the senator who sponsored a police accountability act named for Breonna Taylor
Protests and riots have broken out in the Wisconsin city following the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
The Milwaukee Bucks refused to come out of the locker room for their scheduled game on Wednesday afternoon against the Orlando Magic. Other teams are planning similar protests.
New Jersey Police Slashed a Man's Tires and Smashed His Window After He Filed a Complaint Against Them
Two officers pleaded guilty after vandalizing cars belonging to a civilian who filed a complaint against them.
Neither does Portland. But the fact that the violence is continuous and seems to be escalating is cause for concern.
A 17-year-old Illinois teen has been charged with first-degree intentional homicide.
The Senseless Destruction of Property in Kenosha, Minneapolis, and Elsewhere Is Not Advancing Justice
Demand justice for those hurt and killed by police. Stop creating more victims.
Nashville officers tried to smooth things over with groceries. A traumatized Azaria Hines says what she really needs is "a peace of mind."
Witnesses say Jacob Blake was breaking up a fight before an officer grabbed his shirt and shot him at close range.
The unions argued that releasing unsubstantiated complaints would harm officers' reputations and threaten their safety.
Stop pandering to Joe Biden and listen to Americans who want to stop shielding abusive officers from liability.
Untested rape kits are a national scandal, but more funding isn't the answer.