"You wonder why they run. You wonder why there's police chases. They're deathly afraid of stopping."
Police in Long Beach, California are renegotiating their contracts, and one provision would require the city to tell officers when someone requests their public records.
"BRPD is not the only Louisiana law enforcement agency we have sent public records requests to, nor the only one where we have found officers using slurs," attorney William Most revealed to Newsweek.
"We don't hate anyone, we just want to have our own celebration just like everybody else has a right to," John Hugo, a Straight Pride organizer, said.
Officers Stephen Martinsen, 29, and Thomas Dowling, 26, of Asbury Park, New Jersey are accused of slashing the tires and smashing out the windows of Ernest Mignoli's two cars.
Police were called to evacuate a building in the Bronx that was on fire; citizens were upset, and attacked police. One man threw milk at an officer, while a woman pulled off another cop's body camera.
Anti-government protesters have been marching against a ban on some opposition parties in the upcoming Moscow city parliament elections.
Police investigating a series of rapes found evidence linking the crimes to Kenneth Bowen III, who worked for the Clayton County Police Department for three months in 2018.
Sitaram Oraon, 32, is accused of slaying his mother at her home in Chhattisgarh, India, on Tuesday.
"As soon as he became aware that police were on his trail, he tried to leave the country but fortunately we intercepted him as he boarded his flight," a detective said.
Cops are best at their jobs when every resident in every neighborhood sees them as public servants who keep them safe—not a force to be avoided.
"Just because we are from a different faith does not mean we are not human beings," said Irfan Sheikh, a member of the Islamic Center of Tucson's board of directors.
The SPCA advises against ever leaving an animal in a parked car, even with the windows cracked or the air conditioner running.
"It hit my car and bounced a couple of times," said Indiana State Police Sgt. Stephen Wheeles. "It's not something I could really let fly."
Though Ross was not accused of sexual harassment himself, a lawsuit alleges he refused to act when one of his officers reported she was being harassed.
NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill announced Officer Daniel Pantaleo was fired, effective immediately, on Monday.
Richard Caldwell, 30, was charged with arson and burglary on Saturday after he returned to the scene of the blaze. Despite firefighters' efforts, the victim's home was destroyed by the flames.
"The target is deceived into thinking that what he is about to do is wanted," said one attorney. "This raises serious doubts about whether the government can prove criminal intent."
Robert Echeverria, 56, was off duty when he killed himself on Wednesday. He was the ninth NYPD officer to die by suicide this year.
Footage appears to show not only uniformed police making arrests, but officers dressed in the black t-shirts and hard hats that have become a symbol of the resistance.
"[It was] either the exit sign or the sporting goods section to get a weapon, I didn't know," one eyewitness told local media, describing their response to the incident.
Nearly 2,000 people received the text.
Police lobby groups are pushing back against criticism, one going as far as accusing state and national media of "fanning the flames of discord."
"Have you seen some of the Facebook posts of some of our suspended officers right now?" the sergeant told CBS News.
Officers examining a red substance found in the living room, bathroom and kitchen—and on the woman's clothes—found a plastic tube of "vampire blood," commonly used at Halloween.
"[Officers] led him through the streets…on mounted horses. All as though they were slave masters, and he was their slave," tweeted New York City Public Defender Rebecca J. Kavanagh in reaction.
Attacker Connor Betts, 24, was killed by police within 30 seconds of the first shots being fired outside a bar in the city's entertainment district.
The elementary school teacher said called the police and said that a fifth grader had threatened to beat her up and made her feel unsafe for the rest of the day.
Priti Patel said she pledges to restore public confidence in law and order by "empowering' officers to go after criminals.
As officers are heard laughing, one uses a mocking tone saying: "I don't want to go to school!"