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Phoenix Officer Fails to do Job

Detectives are investigating an attempted armed robbery at a convenience store where a uniformed Phoenix Police officer witnessed the crime but failed to call it in or report it, according to multiple sources. But Howard added that the female officer, who was working at the store in an off-duty

Two Connecticut State Police troopers terminated after kidnapping and assaulting man, both facing numerous felony charges

Two Connecticut State Police troopers were terminated this week after they were accused of kidnapping and assaulting a man for more than an hour because the victim reportedly touched a woman's butt. Two Connecticut State Police troopers were terminated this week after they were accused of kidnapping and assaulting

Police sergeant indicted on rape charge

A Lexington police sergeant has been indicted on one count of first-degree rape, according to the Lexington Police Department. According to Lexington police, a complaint was filed against Sgt. Christopher Morrow, 39, in May and the case was investigated by Kentucky State Police. In accordance with department policy, Morrow

America’s Lawless Law Enforcement

In July, Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded Obama-era reforms to civil asset forfeiture laws, which allow police to seize, and in some instances keep, citizens’ property without so much as accusing them of a crime. From police misconduct to innocent citizens bankrupted by civil asset forfeiture, to SWAT teams

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