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Migrants in France Say Police Abuse Is Common
Riot police officers at the migrant camp known as “the Jungle” last year in Calais, France.
2 Police Officers Are Charged in Assault of Mentally Ill Man
Ryan McClarty, left, and Scotty Payne, former Omaha police officers, were charged.
Minneapolis Police Change Body Camera Policy After Fatal Shooting
“What good is a camera if it is not being used when it may be needed the most?” said Medaria Arradondo, Minneapolis’s acting police chief.
Indiana Officer Is Fatally Shot by Survivor of Car Wreck, Police Say
An officer with the Southport Police Department was shot and killed responding to the scene of a car crash in an Indianapolis suburb.
Police Criticize Trump for Urging Officers Not to Be ‘Too Nice’ With Suspects
Law enforcement officials condemned the president’s remarks as inappropriate and potentially dangerous. Police supporters said it was clearly intended as a joke.
France Plans More Shelters for Migrants in Calais
A group of migrants near the road leading to the port of Calais, in northern France, this month.
In Philippines, Doubts About Police Raid That Killed a Mayor
President Rodrigo Duterte last week at the Philippine Congress, where he pledged to continue the crackdown on drugs that has left thousands dead.
A White Director, the Police and Race in ‘Detroit’
The filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow in Detroit.
Baltimore Drops Dozens of Cases After Video Casts Doubt on Officers
Marilyn J. Mosby, the state’s attorney for Baltimore, said prosecutors “have been working around the clock to ensure a thorough evaluation of each and every case” related to the officers in question.
Nebraska State Patrol Problems Go Beyond ‘Perverse’ Medical Exam, Report Finds
Gov. Pete Ricketts of Nebraska, left, with Jason Jackson, chief human resources officer, at a news conference on Thursday.
In Baltimore, Gunfire and Scandals Aplenty. So Where Are Police?
Darlene Cain, president of a local advocacy group, Mothers on the Move, pitched in to clean up a lot at a Baltimore intersection on Saturday. Like many others, she is willing to give the police more
Uproar Over Omarosa Manigault-Newman at Black Journalists Convention
Omarosa Manigault-Newman, a White House aide, speaking to a reporter in July at the White House.
Hong Kong Police Say Activist Faked Account of Kidnapping and Torture
Howard Lam, a member of the Democratic Party, being arrested on suspicion of providing false evidence and misleading investigators after he said that Chinese agents abducted him and stapled his legs.
Milton Mollen, 97, Dies; Investigated Police Corruption in New York
Milton Mollen, right, then deputy mayor for public safety, with Mayor David N. Dinkins in 1992.
Feature: ‘How Would an Ethical Officer React?’
Recruits learning pummeling, a self-defense technique. Oct. 12, 2016.
Philippine Drug War Logs Deadliest Week Yet: 58 Killed in 3 Days
Investigators surrounded the body of a drug suspect early Thursday after he was shot and killed by the police in Manila.
Videos Show Ohio Police Officer Violently Arresting Black Man
A still from the Euclid Police Department’s dash cam footage of the violent arrest of Richard Hubbard III.
Baltimore Drops More Cases After Third Video Shows ‘Questionable Activity’ by the Police
Police officers in Baltimore responded to the scene of an incident in 2015. The city began rolling out its police body-camera program in 2016.
Death of Philippine Teenager Stokes Opposition to Duterte’s Drug Crackdown
Kian Loyd delos Santos, a 17-year-old high school student, was among 96 shot dead last week in what the Philippine police called a “one-time, big-time” crackdown on drug dealers and addicts.
Man Drives Car Through Activists Protesting Transgender Woman’s Death
A car drove through a group of demonstrators in St. Louis on Wednesday. The driver was arrested.