Local racial grievance industry mobilized to defend suspect’s cause.
It’s the duty of all police officers to minimize the risks to innocents.
This is the question that came before the Supreme Court last week.
Ambiguity in video captured by officer's lapel camera.
A recent Supreme Court ruling clarifies an important distinction in Fourth Amendment cases.
Plus the LAPD's mistakes in judgement that almost cost two innocent women their lives.
Officers found not guilty. Rodney King redux?
Criminal indictments announced against 18 members of the Sheriff’s Department.
Eleven "bucketheads" sue LAPD for enforced ticket quotas, split $5.9 million settlement.
…And now, the rest of the story.
“Was there any indication,” Justice Ginsberg asked, "why the police didn’t get a warrant?"
If it had been a terrorist attack, the police officers, firefighters, and their vehicles would have made for a fat target for a follow-up attack.
Sometimes life is just awful, and sometimes it’s awful but lawful.
No license? No insurance? No problem!
Bulldog edition: The London Independent blows the lid off the story of the LAPD's "racist" police dogs.
The law deems "reasonable use" must be based upon the facts available to the officers at the scene.
How did the MSM get the D.C. Navy Yard shooting wrong? Let us count the ways.
The Orwellian "Public Safety Realignment" now has a body count.
A 14-year-old boy shot and killed by police in self-defense is a story told far too often: a feral, fatherless child with a gun.
Officers face an absurd proposal encouraging accused cops to sit and chat with accusers.
To watch the news today, it’s as if there never was a trial clearing George Zimmerman.