police

Latest News
Graphic video shows L.A. police shoot man in head and handcuff him

Graphic video shows L.A. police shoot man in head and handcuff him

Read
Charleston mayor wants more gun control after church massacre

Charleston mayor wants more gun control after church massacre

Read
Controversy erupts over death of mentally-ill Virginia woman in police custody

Controversy erupts over death of mentally-ill Virginia woman in police custody

Natasha McKenna was shocked four times with a police Taser while in custody. She died in a coma later.

Read
Obama administration apologizes to UN for Baltimore incidents

Obama administration apologizes to UN for Baltimore incidents

Read
Texas jury refuses to indict cops who killed mentally insane man

Texas jury refuses to indict cops who killed mentally insane man

Read
Democrat says

Democrat says "Open season on black men"

Read
New audio of deadly arrest of college student

New audio of deadly arrest of college student

Family says autopsy shows drunk student was shot in the back by police officer.

Read
Outrage over bloody arrest of unarmed black man

Outrage over bloody arrest of unarmed black man

Read
Two officers shot in Ferguson - video

Two officers shot in Ferguson - video

Read
Louisiana: no justice for vet persecuted by police

Louisiana: no justice for vet persecuted by police

Police and prosecutors allegedly orchestrated a series of lies and false statements to implicate a disabled veteran of witness intimidation and battery that would have put him in prison for 80 years.

Read
Police shotguns go missing in Flint MI

Police shotguns go missing in Flint MI

Unsecured evidence at Flint Police Department includes 10,000 handguns used in crimes.

Read
The silencing of free speech in America: I am Kelvin Cochran

The silencing of free speech in America: I am Kelvin Cochran

While leftists denounce worldwide the silencing of the cartoonists of Charlie Hebdo, they are silent about Chief Kelvin Cochrane who was fired from the Atlanta fire department for using his right to free speech.

Read
Nation's police 'under attack' by federal government

Nation's police 'under attack' by federal government

New York City cops booed and catcalled Mayor De Blasio at graduation of cadets. NYPD Commissioner says Obama and Holder are exacerbating tensions. Police feel 'under attack' by federal government.

Read
Riot ensues in Missouri following police shooting of teen

Riot ensues in Missouri following police shooting of teen

Read
Jews and Catholics in solidarity against cop-killers

Jews and Catholics in solidarity against cop-killers

Read
George Will offers freemarket response to Eric Garner tragedy

George Will offers freemarket response to Eric Garner tragedy

Read
Black politician accuses Democratic Party of racism in Missouri

Black politician accuses Democratic Party of racism in Missouri

Read
Police no longer merely 'serve and protect' says former Boston cop

Police no longer merely 'serve and protect' says former Boston cop

Read
Utah cops shoot Hispanic man seeking help

Utah cops shoot Hispanic man seeking help

Read
Alinskyian agitators stir discontent in Ferguson MO

Alinskyian agitators stir discontent in Ferguson MO

Read
Police brutality proves costly for taxpayers

Police brutality proves costly for taxpayers

Read
Video of police shooting of homeless man sparks international outrage

Video of police shooting of homeless man sparks international outrage

Residents of Albuquerque and Las Cruces NM are demanding an independent investigation of the alleged police shooting of James Boyd. The Albuquerque police are already being investigated by the US Department of Justice.

Read
Philadelphia cops arrest and threaten people for talking to strangers

Philadelphia cops arrest and threaten people for talking to strangers

Read
More Illinois women allege illegal police strip-searches

More Illinois women allege illegal police strip-searches

Read
New Jersey cops leave unarmed man with 200 stitches

New Jersey cops leave unarmed man with 200 stitches

Video evidence has emerged of a police beat-down of a 20 year-old man in Atlantic City. Officers allow a dog to attack him.

Read
Sorority girl busted for buying bottled water and cookie dough

Sorority girl busted for buying bottled water and cookie dough

Agents pulled their weapons and smashed the windows of a vehicle driven by a 20-year-old student who had just purchased groceries for her sorority sisters.

Read
UN complaint filed against France for police brutality against children

UN complaint filed against France for police brutality against children

Read
French riot police violently repress marriage proponents

French riot police violently repress marriage proponents

Read
All-Star NBA fans shut down Houston Galleria mall

All-Star NBA fans shut down Houston Galleria mall

Police reacted in force as thousands descended on the luxury Galleria Mall to see NBA players and celebrities. The Galleria Mall and Adidas had promoted the event on Twitter.

Read
Killer Dorner believed dead; four victims dead

Killer Dorner believed dead; four victims dead

Read
Social media erupts in idolatry of cop-killer Christopher Dorner

Social media erupts in idolatry of cop-killer Christopher Dorner

Read

Paraguay: terrorist logistics chief arrested

Read
Detroit police say: Enter at your own risk

Detroit police say: Enter at your own risk

Detroit police officers are warning people to stay out of the Motor City. Fearful for their lives, they want more pay and fewer hours at work. Sixty miles away, in Flint, the murder rate is set to surpass last year's record.

Read
Argentina: provincial police accused of torture

Argentina: provincial police accused of torture

Disturbing images captured of men arrested by Argentine police.

Read
New system improves spy cameras

New system improves spy cameras

Read
An end to Posse Comitatus is troubling, critics say

An end to Posse Comitatus is troubling, critics say

Putting U.S. military forces into law enforcement roles is against the letter and spirit of Posse Comitatus, which prohibited the use of military force for law enforcement.

Read
Georgia police officer investigated for kicking pregnant woman

Georgia police officer investigated for kicking pregnant woman

A nine-month pregnant woman claims Officer Jerad Wheeler kicked her in the abdomen, later causing her to have an emergency C-section.

Read

Police In Siberia Investigated For Alleged Torture

Russia's federal Investigative Committee says it is investigating police in Siberia who allegedly tortured suspects with electric shocks and nearly suffocated them with gas masks.

Read
India: Villagers attack police who prevented child marriages

India: Villagers attack police who prevented child marriages

In the Jhalawar District of Rajasthan, 30 minors were being illegally married in a group.

Read
Facial recognition technology would update airport and military security

Facial recognition technology would update airport and military security

Facial recognition technology is increasingly important at airports and border checkpoints. But it may be coming to the battlefield as well.

Read

Police Search Candidate's Office Ahead of Yaroslavl Vote

Local media in the Russian city of Yaroslavl have reported that police on Friday searched the office of an opposition mayoral candidate ahead of a runoff vote on April 1.

Read

More Police Charged Over Russia Torture-Deaths

Russian officials say four police officers in Siberia's Kemerovo Oblast have been arrested and charged with abuse of power and violent conduct that allegedly led to a detainee's death.

Read

Two More Police Arrested In Kazan For Alleged Torture

In Russia's central republic of Tatarstan, two police officers have been arrested and ordered detained for up to two months as investigators probe allegations that they were involved in torturing a man to force him to admit to a crime he never committed.

Read

Nothing Comes Between Iranians And Their Satellite Dishes -- Not Even The Police

It appears that Iran's war on satellite dishes is a losing one. Neither police raids nor stiff fines have been able to stop Iranians from watching their favorite shows.

Read
Ethnic conflict brews over killing of Florida teen

Ethnic conflict brews over killing of Florida teen

Read

Police In Almaty Detain Three Opposition Activists

Police in Kazakhstan's largest city, Almaty, have arrested three activists of the unregistered opposition Algha (Forward) party.

Read

Three Police Killed In Armed Attack Near Daghestan Polling Station

Three police officers have been killed in Russia's North Caucasus region of Daghestan when unknown gunmen attacked near a polling station, Russia's Interior Ministry reports.

Read

Police Head Off Tent Protest Ahead Of Russian Election

A plan by Russian opposition group RosAgit to distribute tents ahead of this weekend's presidential election was nipped in the bud when the organizer was detained and his vehicle towed away.

Read

Police Say Russian Man Behind Bomb Threat At Amsterdam Airport

Dutch military police say that a man they arrested for making a bomb threat at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport was a 40-year-old Russian citizen.

Read

Three Police Killed, Six Wounded In Caucasus Clash

Three Russian police officers have been reported killed and six others injured in a gun battle with suspected Islamic militants along the Chechen-Daghestan border.

Read

Police In Peshawar Raid Unregistered Madrasahs

Reports from Pakistan say police in Peshawar have detained more than 100 in raids on unregistered madrasahs.

Read
Jewish community seeks calm as video shows beating of valet by wealthy Mexican

Jewish community seeks calm as video shows beating of valet by wealthy Mexican

Read

Police Seek Missing Belarusian Activist

A missing opposition activist in eastern Belarus is now officially being sought by police.

Read
Atlanta woman and demons killed her baby

Atlanta woman and demons killed her baby

Atlanta police shot Carulus Hines more than 10 times to kill her, but not before she murdered her child. Hines was apparently deranged, but also possessed by nine demons.

Read

20 Police Injured During German Nuclear Waste Protest

German police say 20 policemen have been injured in clashes with protesters ahead of the arrival of a shipment of nuclear waste in northern Germany.

Read
Interpol chief dismisses human rights concerns

Interpol chief dismisses human rights concerns

The so-called Red Notices issued by Interpol is vulnerable to abuse by countries such as China for political purposes. Interpol chief Ronald K. Noble is a professor of law at NYU.

Read

At Least Three Police Killed In Afghan Suicide Attack

Afghan officials say at least three police officers have been killed in an attack against a government official's office in eastern Paktia province.

Read

Police Say Serb Injured In Kosovo Clash Dies

Police and hospital officials say an ethnic Serb injured by gunfire during a clash between ethnic Albanians and Serbs in Kosovo's north has died.

Read
Pakistan: Pregnant Christian woman tortured in police custody

Pakistan: Pregnant Christian woman tortured in police custody

Five months pregnant, Salma Emmanuel was falsely accused of theft. She was arrested illegally by police and then subjected to torture while in custody.

Read

For U.S. Police, A Delicate Balance In Dealing With Wall Street Protesters

The Occupy Wall Street protests have swept across the United States and spread to Europe and beyond. But in every American city, the demonstrations have been met by a strong police presence determined to keep the crowds under control and within the law.

Read

Police Break Up Protest By Ousted Afghan Lawmaker

Afghan police have broken up a protest by a hunger-striking female politician and her supporters and taken her to hospital.

Read