Black Pasadena Police Officer Claims She Was Unfairly Relieved of Duty, Files Discrimination Lawsuit
The litigation stems from a February 20 incident where the officer stepped-in to de-escalate a heated exchange between a fellow officer and a suspect.
Leroy Stover, Birmingham’s First Black Police Officer, Dies
Stover broke racial barriers in the Birmingham Police Department.
Nashville Police Chief's Son, Accused In Shooting Of Two Police Officers, Found Dead
John Drake Jr., son of Chief John Drake Srwas found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound by law enforcement.
How The Black And Missing Foundation Shines A Spotlight On Otherwise Ignored Missing Black People
The organization created by two powerful Black women is finding new tools to raise awareness.
Nine Deputies Indicted For Death Of Black Memphis Jail Inmate
Gershun Freeman was “punched, kicked, and kneeled on his back” during an altercation with correction officers while in custody.
Michigan Police Prompt Outrage After Detaining a Black Child Taking Out Trash
The Lansing Police Department called the situation an “unfortunate case of ‘wrong place, wrong time.’”
No Hate Crime Charges Brought As a Result of Montgomery Boat Brawl
Three people were instead charged with assault at the Alabama rumble at the river.
Police In Texas Hold Black Family At Gunpoint In Traffic Stop, Admit 'Mistake' Was Made
‘Y'all put a gun on my son for no reason,’ a man says on police bodycam video.
Investigators Reveal They Are ‘Unable To Verify’ Carlethia Russell’s Abduction Claim
Police are having difficulties finding the evidence that proves the 25-year-old Hoover, Ala., woman’s kidnapping story.
Recap: A Chicago Story Of Black People, Jumping The Gun, And Keepin’ It Real Going Lethally Wrong
Opinion: The story of a mother defended by her son after she was attacked bears a closer look.