Police Brutality

Police Brutality

The girlfriend of a Black man who was handcuffed and excessively tased by an Alabama police officer is disputing the claim that the incident was the result of a traffic stop.

An Alabama police officer with the Reform Police Department is on administrative leave after video showed her tasing a handcuffed Black man for no discerning reason outside of her fragile blue ego getting bruised.


Dylan Hudson beat and pistol-whipped a "nonviolent" Black man suspected of loitering.

The officer admits tasing the girl but denies that it was unnecessary or unreasonable use of force.

Police say Johnny Hollman was at fault regarding the minor accident, but Hollman appears to disagree and he refused to sign the citation.

Five Black women sued police chiefs, detectives and the city government.

Justin Stetson had the privilege of being given a jail alternative.

Myles Cosgrove, who killed Breonna Taylor, rammed his car into a truck and then pulled his gun on the owner and bystanders, witnesses said.

The Georgia officer has a history of making violent traffic stops.

Dalvin Gadson, an unhoused veteran, was the victim of extreme police violence during a violent traffic stop.

Ta'Kiya Young's family is demanding to see the bodycam video.

Atlanta will use signature matching to verify petitions for a ballot initiative on whether to build a police training center called “Cop City." The practice has been described as racist.