News >> Browse Articles >> Crime News
7 months ago
392 articles submitted
May 12, 2013
I wonder what these people are going to do when over 90 percent of the complaints against officers are found to be fictitious and bogus when the video is reviewed and another 5 percent or more inconclusive. Complaints seem to go down dramatically when, after review, the person is charged criminally with making a false complaint against an officer. The ACLU there will say the same thing they said many years ago in Texas when cameras were put in ALL patrol cars-----it is not supposed to work that way. Be careful in what you ask for.
Save time in your search for a criminal justice degree program.
Use PoliceLink's School Finder to locate schools online and in your area.
South Carolina Sheriff Refuses Presidential Order to Lower Flag for Mandela
SFPD officers to pose as Seahawks fans at 49ers game
Slideshow: Riot Police Hit East Lansing Streets Following MSU Win
Vermont man accused of using infant to smuggle drugs into prison
Newly-married couple stabbed man 20 times 'for the thrill'
© 2013 PoliceLink