Daniel Andrew, the officer who was seen punching a mentally ill woman on a California highway in July 2014, will not face charges for the incident. According to The LA Times, prosecutors declined to press criminal charges after reviewing video and witness statements from the incident. Officials summarized Andrew, a California Highway Patrol officer, was […]
Testimony during the trial of Baltimore officer William Porter on Friday revealed Freddie Gray’s pleas for medical attention were ignored. CNN reports prosecutors played a tape that showed Porter’s versions of the April 12 arrest in court for the first time on Friday. When Porter was asked about his interaction in the van with Gray, he […]
Police officer Jason Van Dyke, who is White, was charged with first-degree murder Tuesday morning and "will be the first on-duty Chicago police officer to be charged with that crime," the report says.
After footage of the gruesome shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald was released to the public, a district manager of a local Burger King believes more corruption was involved in the case.
Video of Linwood Lambert, the man who died in police custody during a medical trip to the ER, has finally been released in an exclusive report by MSNBC.
A police officer is being praised for his kind gesture towards a man who was kicked off a New Jersey bus for not wearing any shoes.
Since the beginning of the year, riots, vandalism, and even deaths have been placed on the movement's back. But, ironically, victims of reported vandalisms have been revealed to be the actual culprits.
Activist and New York Daily News reporter Shaun King's decision to put CNN on blast resulted in King being locked out of his Twitter account.
As highlighted by the APs investigative report and Daniel Holtzclaw's serial rape trial, there is a rarely-tapped history of sexual assault by the police against Black women.
A 34-year veteran Baltimore police officer was charged with assault for spitting on a man during an arrest.
While addressing the International Association of Chiefs of Police during an appearance in Chicago Tuesday, President Barack Obama declared that law enforcement often gets "scapegoated" for failures in society and the criminal justice system.
A former prosecutor in St. Louis, Missouri confessed in open federal court on Monday to ignoring information about a cop's brutal beating of a man who was restrained in handcuffs.