A longtime police employee stabbed four colleagues to death Thursday before he was shot and killed. A background search led to the investigation for murders committed "in relation with a terrorist enterprise" and "criminal association with terrorists," the Paris prosecutors'…
By Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press
The clashes came after Zimbabwe's High Court upheld a police ban on the opposition protest.
By Farai Mutsaka, Associated Press
In a speech to the Fraternal Order of Police conference in New Orleans, Attorney General William Barr said his tough-on-crime approach in the 1990s helped reduce violent crime.
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
Although the conviction of a Florida police officer for killing an African American motorist is currently making headlines, a wide-ranging investigation into police misconduct finds that most incidents are never publicly revealed. Amna Nawaz talks to the Cincinnati Enquirer's James…
By Jenni Bergal, Stateline
While it’s easy for police to screen drivers for alcohol impairment using a breath-testing device, there’s no such machine to screen for drug impairment. As a result, more police are ordering electronic warrants and drawing blood roadside, sparking concerns about…
By Don Babwin, Associated Press
Footage from surveillance or body cameras could explain whether Roberson was clearly identifiable as a security guard. Audio could determine what, if anything, was said to the officer before the shooting.
By Ryan Tarinelli, Associated Press
A Texas jury sentenced former police officer Roy Oliver to 15 years for killing Jordan Edwards. Prosecutors had asked for a minimum of 60 years in prison.
By Charlayne Hunter-Gault
Against the backdrop of simmering tensions over race and police violence against African Americans, police departments like the NYPD have introduced a relatively new training program aimed at teaching officers about implicit bias. Special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault reports on the…
Police militarization neither reduces rates of violent crime nor changes the number of officers assaulted or killed, a new study finds. It is arguably the nation’s first systematic analysis on the use and consequences of militarized police forces.
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