FBI data confirms that 2015 was one of the safest years ever for police.
Federal guidelines have specifically cautioned against repeatedly using stun guns on subjects.
The report suggests "progressive" hiring practices would lead to less violence.
No, it promotes ending violence.
“We want to protect our police officers. We’ll do a better job ... if our communities can feel confident that they are being treated fairly."
Floral tributes and small notes have been placed by family members of Mitch Henriquez, a man who died of suffocation following
Attacks on police are a great media story, but if the false narrative -- that policing is getting more dangerous -- continues to spread it will have a significant effect on how police do their jobs --- making them more fearful than they already are, with increasingly deadly results for the general public.
The death of Tanisha Anderson, the Cleveland woman who died in police custody late last year, has been ruled a homicide. According
It's helpful when reporters link the entire press release or interview, as seeing a quote in context means everything. Which is why I am deeply troubled by a recent decision by Indianapolis-based WISH TV.
This would explain why police groups tend to perpetuate the myth. But why does the media credulously report their narrative