On a visit to Long Island. New York, last week, Trump implored police officers, "Please don't be too nice." He said some officers are too courteous to suspected criminals when arresting them.
By Associated Press
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is signaling his Justice Department may back out of such federal agreements with troubled police departments.
By Sadie Gurman, Associated Press
There has been a concern, largely shared in anecdotes, of officers holding back on stopping suspicious people or other policing out of concern that they'd be cast as racist. But the Pew survey provides the first national evidence that those…
By Lisa Marie Pane, Associated Press
In 2006, the FBI warned that white supremacists infiltrating local and state law enforcement posed a threat to national security. Some are asking, what's been done to curb the trend in the decade since?…
By Kenya Downs
By Eugene Mason
New York City's controversial policing tactic of stop-and-frisk was ruled unconstitutional in 2013.
A Massachusetts court rules that a history of racial bias in police searches makes it reasonable for black men to flee.
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency late Wednesday after violence erupted during a police brutality protests in Charlotte, leaving one person critically shot and four law enforcement officers, the Associated Press reported Thursday.
By Evie Blad, Education Week
New school policing guidelines are the education and justice department's latest efforts to dial back against zero-tolerance policies, which have disproportionately affected students of color.
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