The Hemet Police Department in California said it will "thoroughly" investigate the officer's use of force.
A new study estimates the government system that collates all death certificates failed to report 17,100 deaths from police violence between 1980 and 2018.
The pouches, created by Valerie Castile, are designed to store a driver's license, registration and insurance card in plain sight inside the vehicle.
A video captured a school resource officer pinning a 16-year-old student to the ground at Lancaster High School in California.
Samuel Sinyangwe, who co-founded Mapping Police Violence, says the figure is "most likely an underestimate because more recent killings have fewer articles reporting details such as the race of the victim."
The survey found that police distrust is so severe among people of color that 55 percent of Black people and 40 percent of Hispanics said calling police does more harm than good in a time of need.
A police officer who was seen on security footage apparently slamming a door on a suspect's car has been suspended without pay from his department.
The independent commission called upon the global community to support an International Criminal Court investigation, though the U.S. is not a member state of the ICC.
Concerns grew over former Army ranger Lt. Col. Dave Grossman's previous comments about taking a life in the line of duty.
The woman's attorney said she felt "shock" and "disgust" when she heard the officers discussing the arrest later at the booking office.
Shared on Tuesday, series of TikTok videos showing two Black cyclists being pulled over by the police at gunpoint has reached more than 3.5 million viewers.
Pasquotank County Sheriff Timmy Wooten III identified the man shot by deputies on Wednesday morning as Andrew Brown.
Fifteen-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant became the sixth minor fatally shot by the Columbus Division of Police since 2016.
Attorneys for the family wrote in a letter: "The truth is this case is tragically simple. Tamir Rice was a boy. On November 22, 2014, he was doing something many boys enjoy: playing with a toy gun in a park near his house."
"The larger officer picked me up by the handcuffs, like I was on a leash, like I was a dog, then he dragged me out... laughing," the woman told the court when recounting her arrest.
The Fox News host has asked President Donald Trump during an interview about the dangers faced by the police.
The ACLU's case also claims that on June 14, Fort Wayne police officers dragged protesters out of private businesses where they had sought shelter from the gas and other police weapons.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is assisting with the review of the incident involving former officers from California's Long Beach Police Department.
The woman, who was Tased twice, lost her unborn child. The arresting officer had a prior excessive force charge pending against him.
The officer took Floyd's pulse after Chauvin had already knelt on his neck for nearly seven minutes but said, "I couldn't find one."
When asked about Trump's executive order on policing, she said, "I don't think that's enough, but I do think that is a start."
Hundreds of supporters joined a protest on Saturday in Palmdale, marching from the park where Fuller's body was found to the sheriff's station.
"While crowd-control weapons are often referred to as 'non-lethal' or 'less-than-lethal,' extensive research has shown that they often cause severe injury and even death," emergency physician Dr. Rohini Haar told Newsweek.
Major Travis Yates of the Tulsa Police Department in Oklahoma claimed "systematic abuse of power and racism...just doesn't exist."
In particular, the lawsuit takes issue over the use of tear gas, a chemical agent that has been banned in most war zones.
"Today's court order will create immediate change for communities of color and Indigenous communities," said the state human rights commissioner.
Barr said Trump "didn't require the crisis we have today" in order to start making efforts towards reforming police.
"Today, I'm urging every mayor in this country to review your use-of-force policies with members of your community, and commit to reforms," Obama said.
Academics who research police violence told Newsweek his death is symptomatic of a systemic problem with racialized police violence in the U.S..