Police Brutality

The federal trial for the four ex-Memphis police officers charged in the beating death of Tyre Nichols has been pushed back four months

Police Brutality

The police narrative behind the excessive force is unraveling.

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.

In late September, the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation Inc. held a dinner party for 150 guests at their Los Angeles-area compound, the same $6 million property that the organization faced scrutiny for purchasing in 2020.

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

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

Angelo Black suffered brain damage after a Gwinnett cop tased him in "midair" and he landed on his head, a federal lawsuit claims.

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

Police in Duncanville, Texas are facing backlash for the violent arrest of Keandre Green.


The Conversation has published a range of articles that examine police departments’ unequal and sometimes violent treatment of Black people

The Circleville Police Department fired Officer Ryan Speakman for releasing the dog that bit Jadarrius Rose as his hands were up. But it also defended its "use of canines" and rebuffed calls for more training.