Video Of Baltimore Officer Beating A Man Leads To Cop's ResignationThe footage shows an officer throwing punches at man for 12 seconds.
Video Of Rough Arrest Near San Diego Goes Viral, Sparks InvestigationA viral video of a rough arrest near San Diego has prompted an internal investigation, sheriff's deputies said Wednesday.
Police Seen Breaking Man's Leg, Slamming Head Into Pavement In Newly Released Arrest VideoSix videos released Friday by the City of Pasadena show two police officers attempting to subdue Christopher Ballew at a gas station on Nov. 9 before it turned violent.
Big Names #TakeTheKnee In Response To President's Call For Firing Of Protesting NFL Players#TakeTheKnee took social media by storm over the weekend.
Caught On Video: Rough Arrest Or Justifiable Force?Cell phone video captures what appears to be officers using excessive force on a man at the end of a pursuit in Santa Ana.
2 Men Awarded $1.6M In Long Beach Police BeatingThe award stems from a dark and grainy cell phone video from six years ago showing two officers beating two men.
Tarantino Responds To Backlash From His Police Brutality Remarks: 'I'm Not A Cop Hater'Tarantino told the L.A.Times: "All cops are not murderers. I never said that." He said his critics are misrepresenting his comments and slandering him.
Police Brutality Protest To Cause Rolling Closures Through Downtown LAAbout three dozen people gathered outside LAPD headquarters for a march that was scheduled to end at Sixth and San Pedro streets.
May Day Rallies Broaden To Address Police Brutality, RaceActivists who are marching for labor and immigrant rights in U.S. cities on Friday will broaden their message to direct attention toward police brutality as tensions simmer in communities across the nation.
Hundreds Protest Against Police Brutality In 'Rally For Justice' MarchHundreds of protestors took to the streets in South Los Angeles on Saturday as part of the 'Rally For Justice' protest against police brutality.
Streets Closed As Thousands Join 'Millions March' Near The GroveAs many as 20,000 demonstrators were expected to participate in a "Millions March for First Amendment Rights," in what social media posts declared a peaceful protest against alleged police brutality in L.A., Ferguson and New York. It was one of several marches to take place Saturday in major American cities.