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Memphis Officers Charged with Escorting Heroin Shipment

May 17, 2018
the officers told the undercover officer they wanted $10,000 to “offer security for the shipment of narcotics.” The pair then agreed to protect 2.5 kilograms of heroin, the documents state. More Here.

Memphis Officers Charged with Escorting Heroin Shipment

May 17, 2018
The officers told the undercover officer they wanted $10,000 to “offer security for the shipment of narcotics.” The pair then agreed to protect 2.5 kilograms of heroin, the documents state.

Pennsylvania Sheriff Hires Recent College Grad as Second in Command

March 12, 2018
Held announced the appointment of Travis Day, 23, of Jeannette to serve as a captain in the sheriff's department, filling a void in the leadership team due to an indefinite medical leave and a resignation.

Baltimore Detectives Convicted in Corruption Trial

February 13, 2018
A federal jury convicted two Baltimore police detectives for their roles in one of the biggest police corruption scandals in city history.

Widow of Corrupt IL Lieutenant Wants His Pension Despite Her Pending Felony Trial

December 14, 2017
Gliniewicz, the widow of former Fox Lake police Lt. Joe Gliniewicz, has been charged with participating in her late husband's alleged scheme to siphon money from the Fox Lake Police Explorer youth program for personal expenses.

IL State's Attorney Dismisses 18 Convictions Involving Former Chicago Sergeant

November 16, 2017
It comes two months after lawyers for the 15 men filed a joint petition seeking to overturn a total of 18 criminal drug convictions, alleging that Watts and his crew framed all of them between 2003 and 2008. Watts and an officer under his command were sent to federal prison in 2013.

Feds Indict Philadelphia Officer in Corruption Case Against Baltimore PD Unit

November 14, 2017
A Philadelphia police officer was arrested Tuesday on federal drug charges and accused of conspiring with a Baltimore detective to sell cocaine and heroin seized from the streets.

Former Sheriff Lee Baca Wants His Trial Moved From L.A. County

October 5, 2016
Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca said in court documents he wants his case to be heard by a different judge in either Orange or Riverside County because he doesn't believe he'll get a fair trial.

Former L.A. County Undersheriff Sentenced to 5 Years for Obstruction of Justice

June 27, 2016
Former Los Angeles County Undersheriff Paul Tanaka was sentenced to five years in federal prison Monday after being found guilty in his corruption trial.

Former Wisconsin DARE Officer Gets 2 Years in Prison for Stealing from Program

June 23, 2016
A former Brown County, WI, DARE officer Kevin Vanden Heuvel grew so accustomed to the money he was stealing from the program that he volunteered to keep working for the program after his retirement.

Former L.A. Sheriff Diagnosed With Alzheimer's, Still Faces 6 Months in Prison

June 21, 2016
Former Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca has been diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer's disease, according to court documents filed Monday.

Two High-Ranking NYPD Officers Stripped of Guns and Badges Amid FBI Probe

April 7, 2016
Two high-ranking NYPD officials have been stripped of their guns and badges amid an FBI probe of suspected corruption in the department.

Video: Ex-Los Angeles Undersheriff Found Guilty In Corruption Trial

April 6, 2016
Former Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Undersheriff Paul Tanaka was convicted in connection with a sweeping, federal civil rights investigation of corruption and deputy-on-inmate abuse inside the jail system, which is run by the LASD.

Ex-Los Angeles Undersheriff Found Guilty In Corruption Trial

April 6, 2016
Former Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Undersheriff Paul Tanaka was convicted in connection with a sweeping, federal civil rights investigation of corruption and deputy-on-inmate abuse inside the jail system, which is run by the LASD. More Here.

Louisiana Sheriff’s Deputies Raid Police Department, Find Money and Drugs Missing

March 19, 2016
The sheriff said his agency’s undercover drug investigations in the area over the past few years, which have resulted in dozens of arrests, have been hampered by interference from the Grand Isle force.

Win the Trust

February 11, 2016
No one wanted to be responsible for bringing this terrible betrayal of the public trust to light for fear of being labeled “a snitch.” This has been a pervasive problem in law enforcement all over the country. The culture within many agencies has been one of “loyalty versus integrity,” a perverted view of an “us versus them” philosophy that some call “brothers before others.”

Ex-L.A. County Sheriff to Plead Guilty in Jail Scandal

February 10, 2016
Retired Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca will plead guilty in a downtown courtroom Wednesday to making a false statement, marking a dramatic turn in the ongoing federal investigation into corruption in the Sheriff's Department.

Fellow Fox Lake Officers Knew Gleniewicz was a Bad Cop

November 6, 2015
According to his 264-page personnel file, Gliniewicz was suspended more than a half-dozen times, yet still managed to remain on the force.

6 Philly Narcotics Officers Acquitted of Federal Corruption Charges

May 14, 2015
Each of the officers had faced one count of racketeering conspiracy. Four had also been charged with conspiring to violate the civil rights of drug defendants, among other charges.

Los Angeles Port Police Chief Facing Corruption Charges

May 1, 2015
Ronald Jerome Boyd — chief of the Port of Los Angeles’ 128-officer force for more than a decade — faces charges of wire fraud, making false statements to federal agents and tax evasion, according to the 16-count indictment.
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