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Over 140 Arrested in New York Protests Over Baltimore Death

April 30, 2015
In a response designed to tamp down early signs of unrest, the police arrested 143 people in Manhattan on Wednesday night as protesters marched in a show of solidarity with demonstrators in Baltimore angered by the death of Freddie Gray.

4 Journalists Arrested During Ferguson Protests Sue Police

March 31, 2015
Four journalists arrested during last summer's Ferguson protests over the shooting death of Michael Brown filed a federal lawsuit Monday against St. Louis County police and 20 of its officers, accusing them of violating the reporters' civil rights and unjustifiably detaining them.

Utah Officer's Shooting of Man Who Hit Him with a Shovel Sparks Protest

January 12, 2015

Nearly 200 people gathered outside the Salt Lake City Public Safety Building Saturday afternoon in memory of James Dudley Barker, who was shot and killed last Thursday by a police officer after he attacked and injured the officer with a shovel. More Here.

Video: Utah Officer's Shooting of Man Who Hit Him with a Shovel Sparks Protest

January 12, 2015
Nearly 200 people gathered outside the Salt Lake City Public Safety Building Saturday afternoon in memory of James Dudley Barker, who was shot and killed last Thursday by a police officer after he attacked and injured the officer with a shovel.

Video: Anti-Police Protesters Crash World War II Vet's Medal Ceremony

January 5, 2015
100-year-old U.S. Navy vet Dario Raschio was supposed to be presented with medals by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), but soon after the meeting began, more than 100 protesters emerged, shouting "hands-up, don't shoot!" and "I can't breathe!"

Anti-Police Protesters Crash World War II Vet's Medal Ceremony

January 5, 2015

100-year-old U.S. Navy vet Dario Raschio was supposed to be presented with medals by Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), but soon after the meeting began, more than 100 protesters emerged, shouting "hands-up, don't shoot!" and "I can't breathe!" More Here.

Video: Autopsy Shows Police Shot L.A. Man 3 Times

December 30, 2014
An autopsy report released on a 25-year-old man killed in a confrontation with Los Angeles police appears to affirm initial statements by officers about the struggle that led to the close-range shooting, police said.

Autopsy Report Prompts New Protests in Los Angeles

December 30, 2014

The autopsy report of Ezell Ford, a mentally ill black man shot by police in August after a reported gun grab, was released yesterday. LAPD Chief Charlie Beck says the report supports police accounts of what happened. But that didn't stop people from protesting, reports KTLA. More Here.

Chipotle Apologizes for N.Y. Worker's Police Protest

December 30, 2014
Two Chipotle chief executives have apologized to New York City police officers who were greeted by a restaurant employee making the "hands up, don't shoot" gesture popular with protesters.

Union Criticizes California Chief for Wearing Uniform to Protest

December 15, 2014
Richmond, Calif., Police Chief Chris Magnus, who gained nationwide attention for holding a sign reading "Black lives matter" at a peaceful protest in his city, was criticized by his department's rank-and-file Friday for doing so in uniform.

Fine Line Between Lawful and Unlawful Protests

December 15, 2014
There will always be issues and decisions that every citizen may not agree with – it is simply the nature of who we are as Americans.

Video: Judge Orders St. Louis-Area Police to Give Protesters Tear Gas Warning and Time to Flee

December 12, 2014
A federal judge's order requires St. Louis-area police to warn crowds of impending use of tear gas and provide "reasonable" time for people to disperse first. But she did not define what is reasonable.

Judge Orders Police to Give Protesters Tear Gas Warning

December 12, 2014

A federal judge's order requires St. Louis-area police to warn crowds of impending use of tear gas and provide time for people to disperse. This video shows the St. Louis County Police tactical team firing tear gas into a crowd in response to gunshots fired at the police in Ferguson, Mo., in August. More Here.

Video: Protester Accused of Punching NYPD Officers

December 12, 2014
A 22-year-old demonstrator has been accused of punching two NYPD officers during last week's protests of a Staten Island grand jury's decision to not indict a police officer in the alleged chokehold death of Eric Garner.

Protester Accused of Punching NYPD Officers

December 12, 2014

A 22-year-old demonstrator has been accused of punching two NYPD officers during last week's protests of a Staten Island grand jury's decision to not indict a police officer in the chokehold death of Eric Garner. More Here.

Undercover CHP Officers Outed, Attacked by Protesters

December 12, 2014
Protesters attacked two undercover California Highway Patrol officers who were attempting to infiltrate a demonstration against police brutality in Oakland after they were outed.

North Carolina Police Support Rally Canceled for Fear of Violent Response

December 11, 2014
Former Asheville City Councilman Carl Mumpower said he doesn't trust groups planning a counterprotest at the same time Thursday.

California Chief Marches with Deadly Force Protesters

December 11, 2014

Police Chief Chris Magnus, who has drawn acclaim for his community-policing approach and helping drive down both crime and use of force by his officers in recent years, was front and center, facing the street while holding a white sign that said "#blacklivesmatter." More Here.

Video: California Chief Marches with Deadly Force Protesters

December 11, 2014
Police Chief Chris Magnus, who has drawn acclaim for his community-policing approach and helping drive down both crime and use of force by his officers in recent years, was front and center, facing the street while holding a white sign that said "#blacklivesmatter."

Oakland Police Websites Hacked Over Protest Response

December 11, 2014
The Oakland police department and city websites were offline on Wednesday and activist hackers from the Anonymous collective who threatened to take action against law enforcement over the Bay Area demonstrations claimed responsibility for the outage.
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