Wesley Bell finds out that reform won’t be easy.
Plus: U.S. running low on cops, 2018 murder rate expected to fall, and report says N.J. police are particularly aggressive with civil asset forfeiture.
His latest nominee for attorney general only underscores the president's hostility to change.
Campaign focused heavily on problems at the LRPD.
Whistleblower Roderick Talley was arrested because he showed up a half hour late for his trial on a questionable forgery charge. He panicked, and fled. Now he's facing a litany of serious charges.
Plus: More than 80 percent of an Indiana town's police supervisors have been disciplined for misconduct, 20,000 DWI convictions at risk in New Jersey, and what was put in -- and left out -- of the First Step Act.
The former attorney general's weird and racist backbone.
The shooting of 15-year-old Bobby Moore revealed a horror show of misconduct, cover-up and cascading institutional failure at the Little Rock Police Department.
Plus: Voters to decide on police oversight, sheriffs who pocket inmate meal money; border patrol union endorses racist movie; Mississippi's perpetually under-funded crime lab.
Plus: Witness to an execution, when a cop wrongly arrests you, and how race affects personnel decisions at the Columbus (Ohio) police department.