The officer has also been accused of fondling the teen and making numerous inappropriate sexual comments, including ones involving her mother.
Officers were dismissed over a "repulsive" WhatsApp group with a meme comparing Meghan Markle to a racist toy, London's Metropolitan Police confirmed.
During an ongoing misconduct hearing, it is alleged Meghan Markle was compared by officers to a racist toy described by the Jim Crow Museum as "grotesque."
Video footage of the arrest went viral, casting doubt on the Florida officer's account and leading the charges.
"It is rife with inaccuracies and fundamental misunderstandings of the processes between CCRB and the NYPD," an NYPD spokesperson said about the report.
Nathan Osgood, the chief of Riviera Beach Police Department in Florida, had ordered the release of a city councilman, Douglas Lawson, after a domestic dispute in August 2021.
In 2020, money from fines and forfeitures came to $610,000, a 640 percent increase from two years ago.
"There's no amount of money that will right this wrong," Anjanette Young told Gayle King about being handcuffed naked during a botched police raid.
"There is no excuse that can justify the DOJ's silence," the group's open letter read. "This is not a select group of bad apples within KCKPD."
The first batch of names put on the Laurie List was released on Wednesday, with the second batch expected in March.
The officers tipped off the trafficking ring before police-run sting operations to take down its advertisements on websites, according to the lawsuit.
"The time is now to create a fair and transparent decertification system in California," bill author Senator Steven Bradford said.
"You can record all you want. I just know it can't be posted on YouTube," the sergeant says in the video while playing Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" from his phone.
The latest document is among some two dozen papers from current and former police officers who have backed a claim that a race-based quota system disproportionately affected minority officers.
A Facebook user screenshotted the allegedly racist Facebook communications and sent them to the Warren police department before the officer deleted the remarks off his personal page.
Security footage from the hotel showed officers using a stun gun on the transgender woman, pepper-spraying her and slamming her against an ATM machine during her arrest.
Joshua Potvin's license was revoked by the Maine Criminal Justice Academy's Board of Trustees in February following his administrative leave and eventual resignation during the summer of 2020, the Bangor Daily News reported.
A Westminster police officer is under investigation after he is seen beginning to punch a handcuffed woman on the ground before being stopped by a fellow officer.
The officers were spotted by a passerby, who filmed the encounter at Third Beach on the morning of Wednesday, February 24.
"We are ... providing an unprecedented picture of civilians' complaints of abuse by NYPD officers as well as the limits of the current system that is supposed to hold officers accountable," a website editor wrote.
Deputy Eli Max stopped Phillip Colbert and kept him for 40 minutes over the pine tree air freshener hanging from his rear-view mirror.
Sgt. Jesús Manuel Menocal Jr., 32, faces a potential sentence of life in prison if convicted on one of the charges.
After being pulled over by a Hamilton County Sheriff's deputy, a woman claims that he stripped down to his underwear and forcibly baptized her in Soddy Lake. Now, she's suing the department for $11 million.
London Constable Avi Maharaj pleaded guilty to ordering porn while waiting for the undertaker to come collect the body of the homeowner's child.
The Sheriff's Department reportedly compiled a list in 2014 to keep a record of officers whose past behaviors might be used to discredit them in court.
A Guardian analysis shows that 30 percent of the police contracts it reviewed contain clauses that officer disciplinary records be kept from the public.
The Knight News Challenge awarded a total of $3.2 million to 17 data projects on Tuesday.
Report reveals New Yorkers' experiences with summonses and low-level arrests.