The DHS Agent Who Tried To Kill Kevin Byrd Can't Be Sued—Because He Works for the Federal Government
It's almost impossible to hold federal officers to account.
A New Report on the Aurora, Colorado, Police Department Documents a Pattern of Excessive Force and Racial Disparities
The report from the attorney general's office also found that Aurora paramedics used ketamine illegally to treat "excited delirium."
The Lonoke County sergeant was already fired for not turning on his body camera during the encounter.
Florida Anti-Riot Law 'Violates the First Amendment,' Says Court in Scathing Rebuke of Gov. Ron DeSantis
The law's "vagueness permits those in power to weaponize its enforcement against any group who wishes to express any message that the government disapproves of," Judge Mark Eaton Walker warns.
A precedent allowing federal officers to be held civilly liable for constitutional rights violations has come under fire.
A federal court admitted the officers violated the man's rights. It doesn't matter.
Whether or not this constitutes meaningful accountability is up for debate.
Pro-freedom politicians want to restrict private enterprise, while civil liberties proponents want to violate your bodily autonomy.
Jenna Holm was incapacitated when one cop accidentally killed another. She's now being charged with his death.
If you support "my body, my choice," you cannot support vaccine mandates.
Supporting the cause because your "side" went down is not a principled position.
A little-known agreement allows police officers to seize packages at FedEx sorting centers.
The Justice Department is investigating whether top brass were part of a cover-up.
"The next step, after tickets, it goes to child abuse."
Lawmakers have reportedly taken any changes to qualified immunity off the table.
States Are Finally Starting To Rein in Deceptive Police Interrogation Techniques That Lead to False Confessions
Devastating examples of how coercive interrogations can lead to false confessions have led Illinois and Oregon to become the first states to limit when police can lie to suspects.
Ricky Kidd wants accountability.
A Federal Cop Devised a Bogus Sex Trafficking Ring and Jailed This Teen for 2 Years. The Cop Can't Be Sued.
The most powerful officers are held to the lowest standard of accountability.
Recycling a government press release is not good journalism.
Pasco County Cops Harassed Them and Searched Their Homes Without Warrants. A Judge Says They Can Sue.
The sheriff's predictive policing program has caused more problems than it's solved.
Regulating privacy protections would put the public at greater risk than criminals.
Yet under qualified immunity, it's incredibly difficult for the public to sue police.
Three of the officers were denied qualified immunity, but accountability is a long way off.
"If the police don't want to be filmed or observed, they should get out of the public service field."
Every time cops denounce reform efforts it is evidence of a win.
Patrons of Abington's Bush River Books & Video were arrested for the crime of "perverted sexual practice."
Ripped for use of excessive force, the Springfield, Massachusetts, Narcotics Bureau is becoming a Firearms Investigation Unit.
Police unions so often protect their own—at the expense of the public.
Some agencies don't even know ways their employees are using facial recognition.
The fight over qualified immunity divides "conservative" judges on the 5th Circuit.