by Lauren C. Williams Jan 7, 2016
San Francisco police want onlookers to turn their smartphone camera on suspected criminal activity -- instead of police behavior.
by Carimah Townes Dec 21, 2015
Criminal justice was one of the buzziest topics of the year, and that seeped into the TV shows and movies we watch, music we listen to, and the celebrities we admire.
by Justin Salhani Dec 20, 2015
Officials revealed that the Los Angeles County Sheriff Deputy's gun wound came from his partner's gun.
by Alan Pyke Dec 14, 2015
Federal prosecutors thought they had proved a former sheriff's deputy knowingly lied to get the warrant that led to a 19-month-old being maimed by a grenade. A jury disagreed.
With police cover-ups at risk of being overlooked in other, higher-profile abuse cases, Phoenix wants to prosecute two officers for lying about an incident where they pepper-sprayed a woman following an argument.
by Alice Ollstein Dec 10, 2015
The latest meeting -- between Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and about 15 black and Latino clergy members -- reveals both common ground and stark divisions.
by Kira Lerner Dec 7, 2015
Chicago police are at the center of a decades-long pattern of abuse and cover-ups.
by Carimah Townes Nov 24, 2015
State's Attorney Anita Alvarez makes shocking move ahead of controversial video's release
by Dylan Petrohilos Nov 18, 2015
How we got here.
by Ian Millhiser Nov 11, 2015
All three of the officers involved in this incident have since been promoted.