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Colorado Officer Fired for Racial Slur to be Re-Hired

July 12, 2018
Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz said in a Facebook post that Lieutenant Charles DeShazer "made a highly inappropriate and racially inflammatory comment" but following an appeal to the Civil Service Commission, will be re-hired.

Video: Mayor Acknowledges Racism in Chicago Police Department

April 14, 2016
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel left open the possibility Wednesday of dismantling the city's police oversight agency and acknowledged that racism is a problem within the police force and other City Hall departments.

Mayor Acknowledges Racism in Chicago Police Department

April 14, 2016
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel left open the possibility Wednesday of dismantling the city's police oversight agency and acknowledged that racism is a problem within the police force and other City Hall departments. More Here.

"Django" Actress Ordered to Apologize to LAPD Officers for Accusing Them of Racism

May 5, 2015
The "Django Unchained" actress who was handcuffed after allegedly having sex with her boyfriend in a car has copped a plea ... and part of the deal is apologizing to the officer she accused of racism.

Seattle Officer Suspended for Calling Suspect "Boy" During Pursuit

January 15, 2015
In-car video obtained by KIRO Radio shows a female officer pursuing a black male near Fourth Avenue and Union Street on October 7, 2013. The suspect, 32-year-old Kimo M. Warren, was being sought for a domestic violence incident. More Here.

Video: Seattle Officer Suspended for Calling Suspect "Boy" During Pursuit

January 15, 2015
In-car video obtained by KIRO Radio shows a female officer pursuing a black male near Fourth Avenue and Union Street on October 7, 2013. The suspect, 32-year-old Kimo M. Warren, was being sought for a domestic violence incident.
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