Refreshing talk about transparency, accountability and community policing.
Footage should be public record, with penalties if it goes missing
Grammarians give me a sharp rap on the knuckles for my post about the odd language used in police press releases and press accounts of police shootings.
Cops don't shoot people, but their guns do
Video depicts confrontation, detainment after deputy apparently mistakes a complaint about the band for a drug reference.
Unusual law enforcement counsels that operate the SWAT teams say they aren't public entities.
A rash of brutality incidents around the country demonstrates that many cops aren't trained to recognize diabetic shock.
Residents accuse local police of threats, harassment.
But the police-involved shootings in the city are improving.
The good, the bad, the ugly.