Boynton Beach Police Chief Jeffrey Katz is defending the actions of his officers, one of whom was captured on video aiming his weapon at a man during a traffic stop, saying “I’ll put a round in your a so quick.” The video, which is laced with profanity, was uploaded to YouTube by user TRAGEDYDAHOTBOY under
Photo via Seattle.gov. Chief Kathleen O'Toole says, "I have questions about who knew what when, and why I wasn’t informed." A Seattle Police Department investigation that began last month into an officer who wrote most of the city'sShow More Summary
A Tulsa police station set up a bucket asking for donations to help Darren Wilson, the officer who fatally shot Michael Brown. Tulsa police chief Chuck Jordan took it down, but defended the intention behind it.
I was on vacation the last three weeks—life is hard (see: Exhibit A below)—so I missed all sorts of awful news: Michael Brown, James Foley, Robin Williams, Lauren Bacall. But I also missed one piece of excellent news. Harry Bailey—the...Show More Summary
The city's body camera test program has been deemed a success.
LAPD Deputy Chief Stephen Downing (Ret.) writes: It is sad that it took a police killing and he excessive deployment of a military presence by local law enforcement in Ferguson, Missouri to focus national attention upon a problem that...Show More Summary
Television Producer Charles Belk talks about being handcuffed and detained by police after he was mistaken for a bank robber. Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper discusses what he would have done about the riots in Ferguson Missouri.
On Tuesday night, a sound supervisor for the reality TV show Cops was shot dead by Omaha, Nebraska, police officers, Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said Wednesday. Bryce Dion, 38, and another Cops crew member were riding along with two officers to film a police intervention in a reported robbery at a Wendy's. Show More Summary
Bryce Dion, a 38-year-old sound mixer on Cops and crew member who’s worked on many other reality series ranging from Top Chef to Trading Spaces, was killed Tuesday night filming Cops in Omaha. Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer, who’d previously said he invited the show to film there because “[I] want the professionalism of our […] read more »
Cops crew member Bryce Dion has died after being shot during the filming of a robbery standoff at a Wendy's in Omaha, Neb., Deadline.com reports. Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer spoke to reporters this afternoon at a press conference. Show More Summary
A Florida police chief is defending the actions of an officer pointing his gun at a car full of black men that happened in February 2013 in Boynton Beach. As one officer pulls one of the young men out of the car and pins him to the ground, another pulls up, draws his weapon, and approaches [...]
As China seeks to foster a new spirit of innovation, it may need look no further than its police stations.
Though Fresno's Police Chief Jerry Dyer was originally going to just write a check to support ALS, he instead decided to get in on the ice bucket sensation and donate. And rather than just take the challenge in full uniform...
With police brutality at the forefront of the national conversation, a Florida police chief took to the YouTube comments section Tuesday to defend the actions of an officer caught on video pointing his weapon into a car full of black men who refused to stop filming the cops. Read more...
A crew member of the television show Cops was shot and killed Tuesday night during the taping of a robbery. According to Deputy Chief David Baker of the Omaha Police Department, the incident took place at a Wendy’s restaurant at around 9:20 p.m. CT, in the vicinity of 42nd Street and Dodge. Initial reports said [...]
D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier made her most pointed comments to date Tuesday on the tensions in Ferguson, Mo., taking exception with the way that police there handled protests of the killing of young Michael Brown. But pressed on a hot-button issue by WUSA-TV reporter Bruce Johnson — the trend toward the “militarization” of […]
In June, explaining why he decided to let a TV crew from Cops tag along with his officers, Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said, "I'm proud of the department and want the professionalism of our officers on display for the city and...Show More Summary