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St. Louis Officer Under Investigation for Calls to Activist's Employer

October 16, 2014
St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Internal Affairs is investigating an officer who reportedly called a woman's employer to discuss her involvement in Ferguson protests.

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.

Thousands March in Downtown St. Louis to Protest Police Violence

October 13, 2014
Part of a four-day series of events, dubbed "FergusonOctober" by organizers, the protest in St. Louis Saturday drew a diverse crowd of activists from across the nation who marched side-by-side with local residents, chanting, "We are Mike Brown."

Law Enforcement's—and Society's—Only Hope

October 8, 2014
Today, for the most part, the best and the brightest in law enforcement still run directly toward the violence and the trouble when it erupts. But if special interest groups continue to go unchallenged in setting the rules for how we work and how we defend ourselves, society will be left with mediocre and desperate officers shuffling toward the trouble and perhaps even running away.

Grand Jury Considering Ferguson Shooting Is Being Investigated for Misconduct

October 2, 2014
The St. Louis County prosecutor's office is investigating an accusation of misconduct on the grand jury that is hearing the case against the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown.

Illinois Officer Fired Over Ferguson Facebook Comments

September 30, 2014
The Elgin (Ill.) Police Department has fired an officer for making disparaging remarks on Facebook, including a comment about the Ferguson, Mo., teen shot dead by police, officials said.

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.

Cyber Terrorism: Preventing Online Assault

September 19, 2014

Hackers constantly target law enforcement. Whatever the intent, with our dependence on technology it's more important than ever that police agencies protect themselves against cyber terrorist attacks.

Grand Jury Given Till January to Consider Charges Against Ferguson Officer

September 16, 2014
A grand jury in Missouri now has more time to decide whether Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson should be charged for the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown.

When Did You Get Artillery?

September 2, 2014

I have yet to hear anyone explain cogently what is meant by "militarization of police." I guess it means you shouldn't have any weapons other than nightsticks and revolvers.

"Unarmed" Suspects and Un-brained Media

September 2, 2014
Few if any pseudo-journalists or pseudo-pundits on the nightly news have bothered to mention Graham v. Connor, which for a full quarter century has been the law of the land regarding how to evaluate a police use of force.

Bills for Extra LE Response for Ferguson, Mo., Coming Due

August 29, 2014
Now that the unrest in Ferguson, Mo., apparently has subsided, the bills soon will come due. No one doubts the cost is well into the millions, and every agency is looking to the state to pay for it.

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.

Police Scale Back in Ferguson, But Issues Not Resolved

August 28, 2014
Police are scaling back their presence in Ferguson, Mo. But that doesn't mean their jobs are done.

The Aftermath of Police Encounters with “Unarmed” Individuals--57 Murders

August 27, 2014
According to the FBI’s online database of officers feloniously killed, as well as the Officer Down Memorial Page, since 2000, there have been at least 57 occurrences where the suspects have taken officers’ weapons and murdered the police officer with it.

Maryland Officers Oppose Local Union's Donation to Darren Wilson's Defense

August 26, 2014
"While we appreciate the support that the union offers to officers in need, there comes a time where leaders must take a step back and look at the totality of their decisions," wrote Cpl. Kam Cooke, a bike patrol officer and acting president of Anne Arundel's Black Police Officers Association.
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