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Body Camera Video Released of Non-Fatal OIS in Virginia

Body Camera Video Released of Non-Fatal OIS in Virginia

Officer Jeremy Durocher of the Portsmouth (VA) Police Department has been charged with aggravated malicious wounding—and a related firearms charge—for an officer-involved shooting that occurred in October 2017. Body camera footage reveals that Durocher repeatedly shouted to other responding officers, "He has a gun! He has a gun!" before the shooting.

November 2, 2018

New Texas Law Requires Students to View Video on Safely Interacting with Police

New Texas Law Requires Students to View Video on Safely Interacting with Police

The "Community Safety Education Act" requires all high school students in Texas to watch an educational video—entitled "Flashing Lights"—to teach them how to safely interact with a police officer during traffic stops. The goal of Senate Bill 30—passed by the 85th Texas Legislature—is to define the behavior and expectations of citizens and law enforcement during traffic stop interactions.

October 16, 2018

Family Expected to Sue Charlotte Police Over 2016 Fatal OIS That Sparked Riots
FL Sheriff Tells Citizens to Arm Themselves to Stop Active Shooters
Woman Gets 32 Years for Drunken-Driving Crash That Killed TX Officer
Autistic FL Man’s Family Sues Officers, City Over Interrogation Following Shooting of His Caretaker
TX Governor Signs Sanctuary Cities Ban Into Law

TX Governor Signs Sanctuary Cities Ban Into Law

Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that he has signed a new ban on sanctuary cities into law, which would require both local government and law enforcement to comply with federal immigration laws or face legal consequences. More Here.

May 8, 2017

Oklahoma Officer Suing Taco Bell, Claims Tainted Meal Caused Severe Burns
FL Prosecutor Fights to Stay on Cop Killing Case, Prevent Death Penalty
Maryland States Attorney May Lose Immunity in Baltimore Officers' Lawsuit
VA Officer Found Not Guilty of Manslaughter in OIS

VA Officer Found Not Guilty of Manslaughter in OIS

A jury has found a Norfolk, VA, police officer not guilty in the 2014 death of a mentally ill man, reports WVEC. "I have my life back," Officer Michael Edington said outside court. More Here.

October 10, 2016

Grand Jury Says No Charges for Texas Officer in Pool Party Incident
Dallas Officers Shoot Man Wielding Screwdriver

Dallas Officers Shoot Man Wielding Screwdriver

Two Dallas police officers shot Jason Harrison, 38, at his home on June 14. Police said at the time that Harrison’s mother told them he was making “violent threats” and that Harrison, who was armed with a screwdriver, became aggressive when the officers ordered him to drop it. More Here.

March 17, 2015

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