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Embattled Conn. Chief Retires

January 30, 2012
East Haven (Conn.) Police Chief Len Gallo announced his retirement Monday, a week after the FBI arrested four of the agency's officers for allegedly violating the civil rights of Latinos.

FBI Arrests Four Conn. Cops

January 24, 2012
Four East Haven (Conn.) Police officers were arrested Tuesday for assaulting illegal immigrants in custody.

Feds: Excessive Force by Seattle Cops Is 'Systemic'

December 16, 2011
The U.S. Department of Justice sharply rebuked the Seattle Police Department today, claiming cops use excessive force that's unconstitutional 20% of the time.

Sheriff Arpaio Loses Federal Immigration Enforcement Powers

December 15, 2011
The Obama Administration's Department of Homeland Security stripped Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff Joe Arpaio of several federal tools for immigration enforcement, following a scathing Justice Department report accusing him of discriminatory policing.

UC Davis Hires Bratton To Probe Pepper-Spraying

November 26, 2011
Faculty members objected to the hiring of the former LAPD chief. One professor said the school should enlist in-house faculty members to lead the probe rather than relying on "a former cop who is charging a lot of money we don't have to spend."

Justice Department Probes Miami Police Shootings

November 17, 2011
The Miami Police Department's policies, training and deployment practices will be scrutinized in a federal rights probe announced by the U.S. Justice Department today. The probe will focus on at least four of the seven fatal shootings of black men.

S.C. Cop who Fatally Shot Former Mayor Laid Off

September 13, 2011
A Cottageville (S.C.) Police officer under investigation for fatally shooting the town's former mayor has been laid off. Officer Randall Price has been let go due to "budget constraints," according to the city.

Tulsa Officer Gave 'Take Out' Order for Inmate

August 11, 2011
Sgt. Carla Housely said she wrote out a statement by inmate Durrell Collins, who claimed that Tulsa Police Officer Bill Yelton asked him to beat up another inmate in the Tulsa Jail,

Embattled Fullerton Chief Goes on Medical Leave

August 11, 2011
Following the decision by Chief Michael Sellers' doctor to place the chief on medical leave, City Manager Joe Felz named Capt. Kevin Hamilton as interim chief.

Detroit PD Makes Gains in Overcoming Former Abuses, Monitor Says

July 12, 2011
The Detroit Police Department made significant progress during the past three months in carrying out federally mandated reforms, a court-appointed monitor reported today.

DOJ Opens Probe of Portland Police Bureau

June 9, 2011
The probe will determine whether there was a "pattern or practice" of excessive force. Assistant U.S. Attorney General Thomas Perez of the DOJ's Civil Rights Division announced the probe Wednesday.

Feds Launch Probe of Newark PD

May 9, 2011
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a 96-page petition accusing Newark of spotty internal affairs investigations and rampant misconduct in September.

Sheriff Joe: Reorganizing Office Will Restore Pride

May 4, 2011
In his final report, Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu called for the resignation of the commanders of the Maricopa County Anti-Corruption Enforcement, or MACE, unit. The report details the six-month investigation that revealed 50 allegations of misconduct.

Feds Open Probe Into Seattle Police Department

April 1, 2011
The DOJ announced Thursday it would open a "pattern or practice" investigation into allegations of excessive force and discriminatory policing by Seattle Police officers.

DOJ Report Details New Orleans Police Misconduct

March 18, 2011
On Thursday, the DOJ released a 158-page report that details NOPD misconduct. The report concludes that officers routinely use excessive force and the agency has failed to adequately investigate use-of-force complaints.

Georgia Investigates Qualifications of College's Officers

February 9, 2011
Georgia investigators are probing the Morris Brown College (Ga.) Police Department, after it was discovered that the college employs officers who often lack proper credentials and training.
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