The 11 News I-Team has obtained a dash cam recording that landed a police officer in Cecil County in hot water earlier this year. Whether the statements on the recording were serious or said in gest, the police chief took action, calling it a matter of integrity. On duty
"It is difficult for us to conceive how convictions for the mass arrests, found to be unlawful, of hundreds of individuals in contravention of their Charter rights are not at the more serious end of the spectrum of misconduct." The commission panel sided with Hamilton, saying he was "acutely
Much of the decline — 277 fewer gun arrests, a 67 percent drop — has come from the police department’s operational intelligence division, of which the task force was a part. But he added that some of the successes claimed by the unit “might not have been lawful arrests.”
(CNN)A 79-year-old woman's interaction with a longtime Sarasota, Florida, deputy sheriff began with a simple call for help. Sheriff Knight escorts long-time employee Frankie Bybee to sallyport door, faces slew of felonies including Attempted Murder #Accountability pic.twitter.com/Hik7SZgSK6
The Sterling case echoed that of Ramarley Graham, to cite just one example, shot at his home in the Bronx by a white police officer who ultimately faced no federal civil rights charges either (and no trial in state court after an indictment for manslaughter was thrown out because
Jailed HPD officer accused of stealing drugs during traffic stops, Deborah Wrigley reports.