An investigation into the U.S. Capitol Police's suspected involvement with the domestic terrorists who illegally stormed the Capitol has drawn attention to how white supremacists have infiltrated law enforcement and the American military.
Tamika Palmer ran a full-page ad in The Washington Post directed at President-elect Joe Biden, urging for police reform and accountability at the state and federal level.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions positioned himself as the defender of “Anglo-American heritage” way of policing in a speech to sheriffs.
Shirlene Quigley, an accomplished backup dancer who's worked with Beyonce and Rihanna, “is safe and at an undisclosed medical facility," police say.
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While addressing the International Association of Chiefs of Police during an appearance in Chicago Tuesday, President Barack Obama declared that law enforcement often gets "scapegoated" for failures in society and the criminal justice system.
A Black sergeant from New York is awaiting the announcement of a possible $198,000 settlement with the city after he was beaten by Yonkers police officers five years ago, USA Today reports. In Feb. 2010, Kenneth Kissiedu, a sergeant from the 41st Precinct in the Bronx, was accused of interfering with a larceny investigation after coming into […]
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