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Michigan State Police Director Loses Pay for Facebook Post on NFL Protests

October 20, 2017
The director of the Michigan State Police will lose five days of pay for sharing a Facebook post that called NFL players who kneel during the national anthem "anti-American degenerates," Gov. Rick Snyder said Thursday..

Fugitive Surrenders to MI Police Over Facebook Bet

October 18, 2017
A fugitive who taunted Redford, MI, police on Facebook surrendered Monday night and even followed through on a promise to deliver a dozen donuts after losing a bet with officers.

Spokeo for Law Enforcement

October 12, 2017
Spokeo for Law Enforcement is an investigative search tool for law enforcement. The platform connects investigators to over 12 billion records.

Man Sues Ohio City for Arresting Him Over Parody Police Facebook Page

October 11, 2017
A man charged with and acquitted of a felony for creating a Facebook page that parodied a suburban Cleveland police department is suing the city, saying it violated his right to free speech

Michigan State Police Director Slams NFL Players for Anthem Protests, Apologizes

September 27, 2017
The director of the Michigan State Police Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue posted a message on her Facebook page Sunday, in an apparent reference to athletes participating in anthem demonstrations, calling them "millionaire ingrates who hate America and disrespect our armed forces and veterans" and "a bunch of rich, entitled, arrogant, ungrateful, anti-American degenerates." She apologized for the post Tuesday.

Video: St. Louis Officer Accused of Posting Meme Calling BLM 'Domestic Terrorists'

September 20, 2017
The St. Louis Police Department (SLMPD) is investigating one of their own because of a Facebook meme that calls Black Lives Matter protesters "domestic terrorists." The meme also shows the wording "the Klan with a tan."

St. Louis Officer Accused of Posting Meme Calling BLM 'Domestic Terrorists'

September 20, 2017
The St. Louis Police Department (SLMPD) is investigating one of their own because of a Facebook meme that calls Black Lives Matter protesters "domestic terrorists." The meme also shows the wording "the Klan with a tan." More Here.

TX Chief Slams the Washington Post for Errors in Hurricane Coverage

September 15, 2017
On Tuesday, the Aransas Pass (TX) Police Department went all in on the Washington Post following a recent article about the city recovering from Harvey.

Video: Outspoken MS Chief Says He's Being Forced Out By New Mayor

July 20, 2017
A lot of people loved Tchula, MS, Police Chief Kenneth Hampton's in-your-face way of policing. Obviously, some people probably didn't like that too much. He said he had been pressured to resign.

CNN's Tapper Gets in Twitter War with Women's March Movement Over Their Support for Cop Killer Shakur

July 19, 2017
CNN reporter and anchor Jake Tapper called out the Women's March yesterday on Twitter for their support for convicted cop killer Assata Shakur after the organization tweeted the fugitive a happy birthday message.

LAPD Chief Announces Restrictions on Contact Between Officers and Cadets

June 28, 2017
Beck told the Los Angeles Police Commission that he is issuing a department directive that limits one-on-one contact between police officers and members of the cadet corps and limits certain social media contact.

AL Chief Fights Back Against Anti-Police Posts on Facebook

June 28, 2017
"These men and women do a dangerous job and they shouldn't have to put up with beratement,'' Oxford (AL) Police Chief Bill Partridge says.

TX Judge Reprimanded for Social Media Post About Officer's Accused Killer

May 8, 2017
A Central Texas judge has been formally reprimanded for a social media post that said a "tree and a rope" were needed for a man accused of fatally shooting a San Antonio police detective.

Georgia Officers Prevent Girl from Committing Suicide Live on Facebook

May 5, 2017
On Tuesday, police in Bibb County, Georgia, were able to stop another suicide from unfolding publicly on the Internet.

Nationwide Manhunt Under Way for Suspect in Facebook Homicide

April 17, 2017
Law enforcement officers nationwide are on the lookout for a man who is accused of murdering a 74-year-old man in Cleveland and posting a video of the crime on Facebook Cleveland yesterday.

Bill Requiring CA Police to Disclose Surveillance Equipment Clears First Hurdle

March 23, 2017
Despite no show of public support, the state Senate Public Safety Committee on Tuesday passed a bill that would require law enforcement agencies in California to disclose all of the surveillance equipment they use to the public.

Facebook Says Police Can't Use Its Data For "Surveillance"

March 14, 2017
Facebook announced Monday that it is cutting police departments off from a vast trove of data in the wake of concerns over law enforcement's tracking of protesters' social media accounts.

Boston Police Cancel Plan for Social Media Monitoring Software

January 17, 2017
Boston police have scrapped their plan to spend up to $1.4 million on software to monitor social media postings for criminal activity and threats to public safety,

Authorities Say No Link in Rash of Post-Christmas Mall Incidents

December 28, 2016
Police in Aurora, Colorado, which saw one of the largest disturbances in the country involving an "unruly crowd" of around 500 people, on Tuesday appealed to the public for help tracking down videos that might show some of those involved.

Video: Authorities Say No Link in Rash of Post-Christmas Mall Incidents

December 28, 2016
Police in Aurora, Colorado, which saw one of the largest disturbances in the country involving an "unruly crowd" of around 500 people, on Tuesday appealed to the public for help tracking down videos that might show some of those involved.
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