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Trump Pardons Former Officer Who Served 10 Years Over K-9 Bite
ASU Calls for Civil Rights Investigation of Professor's Arrest

ASU Calls for Civil Rights Investigation of Professor's Arrest

The statement issued Wednesday said that Officer Stewart Ferrin has been placed on paid administrative leave. It went on to say that it asked the FBI for its assistance although a preliminary investigation by the police department determined Ferrin "did not engage in racial profiling or use excessive force."

July 3, 2014

Video: N.J. Man Sues Over K-9 Arrest

Video: N.J. Man Sues Over K-9 Arrest

A New Jersey man arrested by a K-9 unit outside a casino in June is claiming Atlantic City (N.J.) Police officers used excessive force.

October 2, 2013

SCOTUS Orders Release of 9,600 Calif. Inmates

In a major setback for Gov. Jerry Brown, the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday declined to block a court order that he release 9,600 inmates from state prisons, moving California a step closer to relocating or freeing those prisoners by the end of the year.

August 5, 2013

Video: N.J. Paraplegic Sues Cops Over OIS

Video: N.J. Paraplegic Sues Cops Over OIS

A New Jersey teenager who fired blanks to stop an assault by gang members claims he was shot three times by responding undercover officers who shot him in the back.

August 2, 2012

Atlanta PD Disbands Hard-Charging Gang Unit

The Atlanta PD launched Red Dog, which is said to stand for Run Every Drug Dealer Out Of Georgia, during the crack-cocaine epidemic in the 1980s when Atlanta had open-air drug markets and almost weekly drive-by shootings.

February 10, 2011

N.C. Latin Kings Claim Officers Violated Their Civil Rights

The gang alleges the Greensboro PD has "continually harassed members since 2005 because of their race, color or national origin by filing numerous baseless charges against them, subjecting them to discriminatory traffic stops, non-consensual searches and false arrests that use excessive force."

November 8, 2010

'09 Minneapolis Gang Strike Force Raid Draws Internal Affairs Inquiry

"The actions taken by the officers in this case were clearly without regard to the constitutional rights of the complainants," Sgt. Robert Krebs of the internal affairs unit wrote. "This matter would likely rise to a violation of civil rights under existing federal statutes."

July 20, 2010

L.A. to Pay Nearly $13 Million Over May Day Melee, Sources Say

The city of Los Angeles would pay nearly $13 million to immigration protesters and bystanders injured by Los Angeles police officers during a melee at MacArthur Park last year, according to sources familiar with a tentative settlement reached by both sides.

November 20, 2008

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