Police Brutality

The officers are accused of repeatedly shocking Fernando Rodriguez with stun guns and pressing him to the ground for nearly 10 minutes.
In April, police in Alameda, California, kneeled on Mario Gonzalez’s back for nearly five minutes before he died.
It has long been controversial for officers to shoot at moving vehicles, and banning the practice hasn't always worked.
A federal investigation has been opened after body camera footage captured Sgt. Eric Huxley stomping on Jermaine Vaughn's face.
The court concluded that the officer convicted of killing George Floyd is ineligible for a public defender to represent him in his appeal.
Mona Rodriguez died after a school resource officer shot her near a high school as she was leaving in a car.
Brady Mistic, who uses American Sign Language to communicate, has sued the city of Idaho Springs, Colorado, and the officers who arrested him.
The vote capped a week of lawmakers’ stunning failure to address police brutality.
Many Twitter users suggested that the onus on reducing police shootings should be on the actual officers and not motorists.
After officers ripped Young from her car, the National Fraternal Order of Police used her toddler for propaganda, her lawyers say.
The officers were filmed repeatedly kicking Dalonta Crudup in his head and striking Khalid Vaughn as he filmed the incident, the state attorney said.
Police are citing racial justice protests and routine 911 calls to ask for armored vehicles built for a battlefield — and the Defense Department is buying it.
A video showing a police officer pistol-whipping and choking a Black man during an arrest in a Denver suburb has reignited anger over policing in the community.
Police body camera footage revealed that an officer attacked Travis Price without provocation during a traffic stop. That officer was later fired and criminally charged.
Louisiana state troopers were filmed stunning, punching and dragging him after a high-speed chase. State Police refused to provide the footage prior to his autopsy.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22 and a half years in prison for the murder of George Floyd.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been sentenced to 22 and a half years in prison for the murder of George Floyd.
The former Minneapolis police officer was convicted in April of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.
"Mr. Floyd should be alive today," Vice President Kamala Harris said. "He should be with his family who continue to show courage, grace, and resilience."
It’s been 12 months since George Floyd was killed — and so much has changed in the past year.