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Federal Civil Rights Charges Unlikely Against Ferguson Officer

November 3, 2014
Justice Department investigators have all but concluded they do not have a strong enough case to bring civil rights charges against Darren Wilson, the white police officer who shot and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., law enforcement officials said.

Ferguson Chief Fires Back at Holder, Calls AG's Remarks Irresponsible

October 31, 2014
On Wednesday, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called for “wholesale changes” within the Ferguson Police Department, while speaking at a public forum in Washington. He declined to offer any specific recommendations, noting that Ferguson police were still under a U.S. Department of Justice investigation.

St. Louis County Police Stock Up on Riot Gear in Advance of Grand Jury Decision

October 31, 2014
The St. Louis County Police Department has stocked up on tear gas, less-lethal ammunition and plastic handcuffs in anticipation of massive protests in the suburb of Ferguson, Missouri, if a grand jury doesn't indict the police officer who killed 18-year-old Michael Brown. The jury is expected to reach its decision sometime in November.

More Than 60 Arrested at St. Louis Area Protests

October 14, 2014

More than 60 people were arrested yesterday across the St. Louis area in protests over police conduct and racial relations that attracted activists across America. More Here.

Video: More Than 60 Arrested at St. Louis Area Protests

October 14, 2014
More than 60 people were arrested yesterday across the St. Louis area in protests over police conduct and racial relations that attracted activists across America.

Ferguson Police Banned From Wearing 'I Am Darren Wilson' Bracelets

September 29, 2014
Police in Ferguson will no longer be allowed to wear bracelets in support of Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown.

Video: Ferguson Chief Apologizes to Brown Family, Protesters

September 25, 2014
Ferguson, Missouri, Police Chief Thomas Jackson apologized Thursday to the parents of Michael Brown, as well as to any peaceful protesters who feel he didn't do "enough to protect their constitutional right to protest."

Ferguson Chief Apologizes to Brown Family, Protesters

September 25, 2014

Ferguson, Missouri, Police Chief Thomas Jackson apologized Thursday to the parents of Michael Brown, as well as to any peaceful protesters who feel he didn't do "enough to protect their constitutional right to protest." More Here.

Activists Give Cameras to Ferguson Residents to Record Police Encounters

September 23, 2014
For every police officer in Ferguson wearing a camera to record encounters with the public, there soon may be two residents equipped with small cameras of their own to watch police.

Feds to Investigate Ferguson PD Over Civil Rights Allegations

September 4, 2014
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. this week will launch a broad civil rights investigation into the Ferguson (Mo.) Police Department, according to two federal law enforcement officials.

Ferguson Police Begin Using Body-worn Cameras

September 1, 2014
Ferguson Police are now wearing 50 donated body camera, expecting to outfit all of their patrol officers.

Missouri Police Sued for $40 Million Over Actions in Ferguson Protests

August 29, 2014
A group of people caught up in unrest in Ferguson, Mo., after a white officer killed a black teenager, sued local officials on Thursday, alleging civil rights violations through arrests and police assaults with rubber bullets and tear gas.

Woman Calls St. Louis Radio Show with Officer's Side of Ferguson Shooting

August 19, 2014
According to the version on KFTK, phoned in by the woman who identified herself as "Josie" and said she was a friend of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson's significant other, the altercation began after Wilson rolled down his window to tell Brown and a friend to stop walking in the street.

Video: Officers Take "Heavy Gunfire" in Ferguson

August 19, 2014
Capt. Ron Johnson of the Missouri State Highway Patrol said early Tuesday that 31 people were arrested, four police officers were injured by thrown rocks and bottles, at least two people were shot, and two fires were set during a night of clashes between police and protesters.

Woman Calls St. Louis Radio Show with Officer's Side of Ferguson Shooting

August 19, 2014

According to the version on KFTK, phoned in by the woman who identified herself as "Josie" and said she was a friend of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson's significant other,  the altercation began after Wilson rolled down his window to tell Brown and a friend to stop walking in the street. More Here.

Ferguson Police Chief Appears on Fox News

August 18, 2014
Ferguson (Mo.) Police Chief Thomas Jackson appeared on Fox News recently talking about how the law enforcement responsibilities in Ferguson are being handled.

Weekend Brings More Unrest in Ferguson, National Guard Tapped to Help

August 18, 2014
Police in Ferguson (Mo.) fired smoke and tear gas canisters to help disperse crowds as the governor decides to deploy the state's National Guard troops to help police.

National Guard Military Police Heading to Ferguson

August 18, 2014

Missouri National Guard military police in South St. Louis are gearing up to respond to the crisis in Ferguson. Monday morning, crews began packing up vehicles to head to the base at Lambert Airport.

Ferguson Police Chief Appears on Fox News

August 18, 2014

Ferguson (Mo.) Police Chief Thomas Jackson appeared on Fox News recently talking about how the law enforcement responsibilities in Ferguson are being handled.

Police Wives Show Support for Ferguson Police

August 18, 2014

Police associations are using social media to show support for the police officers working to keep the peace in Ferguson, Mo. Support messages are pouring in on web sites like the St. Louis Police Wives' Association.

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