According to Mapping Police Violence, by the end of November, there had only been 17 days in the year when officers did not kill someone.
The fallout from a clip of French officers beating a Black man has intensified as President Macron's government pushes a new bill that critics say would make it illegal to publish images or footage of police activity.
The city of Schertz has released more than 20 videos regarding the arrest of Zekee Rayford.
The officer used the stun gun four times for a total of 50 seconds, leaving the detainee's skin burned and looking like "raw hamburger meat," according to one officer.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Washington Square Park in Manhattan on Wednesday night to demand every vote in the 2020 election be counted.
Kevin Peterson Jr., 21, was left lying on the ground for eleven hours in a U.S. Bank parking lot after the fatal shooting in Vancouver, according to his family and a witness.
"Out of this data emerges a picture of police departments that behave more like paramilitaries than public servants," the reports organizers said.
In an exclusive interview with CBS This Morning, two jurors from the Breonna Taylor case said they were disgusted that they weren't presented with the option to indict the officers for murder.
Less than a week before the election, less than half of registered voters say they support the Black Lives Matter movement.
A woman in Florence, Italy, was forcefully taken into custody by police after she was spotted out in public without a face covering.
"PEOPLE ARE DYING AND YOU BLOCK IT LIKE SOME FAKE VIRUS STORY!!!" Naomi Campbell wrote after Facebook censored a photo for containing "false information" in a post calling for the end of police brutality in Nigeria.
A group of protesters gathered in front of the home of the Nigerian Ambassador to the U.S. on Tuesday after reports of the killing of anti-police brutality demonstrators in Lagos.
William Gonzalez, 22, was one of at least three men hospitalized after being struck by a police projectile in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday night.
Demonstrators arrived at the building in downtown Rochester to protest against the earlier arrest of a man, who police conceded had been taken into custody on an "erroneously issued" bench warrant.
Nicole Colleen Pitts was fired after an internal investigation was launched overnight, Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill said.
"Derek Chauvin's release on bond is a painful reminder to George Floyd's family that we are still far from achieving justice for George," the attorney said.
The Texas Rangers, who are investigating the incident, said the investigators determined the actions of Shaun Lucas were not "objectionably reasonable."
The 31-year-old was shot dead by an officer at a gas station in Wolfe City, Texas on Saturday night, his family and friends said.
New episodes of the long-running series "Cops" are in production to fulfill international obligations months after the show was cancelled amid Black Lives Matter protests, but will not air on any U.S. network.
According to the recording, Ronald Greene "was spitting blood everywhere and all of a sudden he just went limp."
Former Selma police detective Matthew Blaine Till and former Dallas County Sheriff's Deputy John Nicholas Taccone have been charged with felony assault after the April 30 incident.
Matthew Rodriguez, 36, is charged with unlawful assault and battery under color of authority after the incident in a McDonald's parking lot in San Jose, California.
Groups of Black Lives Matter protesters gathered in Cleveland to call for justice and the ousting of President Donald Trump.
In a video posted to her Instagram, the rapper called out people who defend the charges in the Breonna Taylor case.
Video of the confrontation shows three protesters run over and sit at their table during a rally in St. Petersburg.
From California to New York, thousands of largely peaceful protesters took to the streets to voice their anger at the outcome of the Breonna Taylor case as well as alleged police brutality.
Six months after Breonna Taylor's killing by police, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced that the officers involved will not be charged with homicide.
One of the three officers was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment, but no charges were brought against the other two.
The virtual assistant appeared to offer the address of local police departments when asked the question, customers have complained.