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Facebook Sued Over Politically Motivated Murder of Officer

According to Facebook messages obtained by federal prosecutors, Carrillo met Robert Alvin Justus Jr., the driver of the vehicle from which he is alleged to have opened fire on Underwood, through Facebook groups for the Boogaloo movement.

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Training for Threats on Schools Made Via Social Media

With 2022 now upon us—and the omnipresent threat of a sequel to Omicron looming in the dark recesses of unquiet adolescent minds—the possibility that the type of threat presented on TikTok in the final days of the Fall '21 school semester still lingers.

False Alarm Siren in Ohio Offers Reminder for Police Trainers

There was no report of severe weather in the area and the Emergency Alert System is functioning correctly. KPD apologizes for any inconvenience caused by the alarm.

Michigan Sheriff Lets Facebook Followers Choose Patrol Car Design

On June 29, the Sheriff’s Office released five vehicle designs on its Facebook page, asking for public input. The winner also won the departmental vote, and in late July, the office announced it would transition all new vehicles to this design. The design is also hundreds of dollars cheaper than the previous design.

Idaho Deputy who Mocked Lebron James in TikTok Video Fired for Policy Violations

According to Mayor Ned Burns, Silvester violated “several” city and state policies on policing during the week of May 20. Because of previous policy violations, Silvester had been placed on a “last chance agreement” with his commanding officers.

Texas Officer Fired Over "Racially Insensitive" Social Media Post

The officer was fired after an internal affairs investigation found that she was the source of the social media post, which was discovered by another officer Feb. 5

Fort Worth Officer Fired Over Social Media Posts

A three-year veteran of the Fort Worth Police Department was fired Tuesday after another officer discovered "racially insensitive and inappropriate" social media posts, the department says.

Florida Officer Fired Over Facebook Posts

In apparent response to the riot at the U.S. Capitol earlier this month, the officer wrote: “The silent majority will rise!! Day one of the Revolutionary War!! Hang on, it’s only just begun."

Advisory Board Recommends CA Agencies Check Officers' Social Media Activity for Racism

"Unchecked explicit bias may lead to some of the stop data disparities we have observed," the board said. The social media and technology checks should be conducted to ensure the officers are not exhibiting racist behavior, the report says.

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LAPD Officer Suing City Over Discipline Related to His Social Media Posts

According to the complaint, Sydanmaa was disciplined three times for separate posts on Hussle, the allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and how Japan deals with the practice of Islam.

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