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Old 04-07-2015, 08:07 AM   #4261
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Akron Police Officer Adam Campbell charged in connection with Playhouse Square attack - newsnet5.com Cleveland

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An Akron Police officer has been charged with felonious assault in connection with an attack at Playhouse Square.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Adam Campbell, 28, of Uniontown for felonious assault. Lt. Rick Edwards confirmed that Campbell is an Akron Police officer.

Akron police confirm the charge against Campbell and have placed him on administrative leave without pay until further notice. Campbell was confirmed as an officer with the Akron Police Department on Nov. 3, 2014.

Cleveland Police believe there are two other suspects at large. The victim’s attorney tells newsnet5.com that the victim and the Akron Police officer did not know each other.

The victim is 31-year-old Steven Crupp of Cleveland. Crupp’s attorney, Ian Friedman, said his client has six broken ribs, a cracked pelvic bone and a disfigured face from the attack.

“Steven just wanted to enjoy the night with his dad and with his friends and have some good memories of the basketball game,” said Friedman. “This should not have happened.”

Officer Campbell's attorney, Brian Pierce, contacted NewsChannel 5 Investigator Joe Pagonakis by phone. Pierce explained officer Campbell was acting in self defense, and used the appropriate forced based on the situation that night.

Police said the incident happened early March 29. Crupp encountered Campbell earlier in the evening. Crupp was at the Wyndham hotel bar with a friend after the NCAA tournament.

Meanwhile, Friedman said that Campbell talked to Crupp's friend, a woman, then left. When Crupp left the hotel, the suspect jumped him, he said.

“To make sure Steven couldn’t defend himself, at least two of this person’s friends joined in to hold Steve to ensure the beating would continue,” added Friedman.
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3 South Florida deputies charged in strip club investigation | WINK NEWS

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POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (AP) – Three South Florida sheriff’s deputies have been charged in an investigation into a strip club.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office says the deputies turned themselves in Wednesday and were suspended without pay.

Sheriff’s officials say the deputies wore their uniforms and used their assigned vehicles when they worked unauthorized off-duty shifts last summer at the Pink Pony Pompano. Spokeswoman Veda Coleman-Wright says the deputies were paid extra when they allowed the club to remain open past its 2 a.m. closing time.

All three deputies face charges of unlawful compensation or reward for official behavior and official misconduct. Two face additional charges of tampering with a witness and the unlawful use of a two-way communication device.

Sheriff Scott Israel tells the Sun Sentinel (Three Broward deputies arrested in strip-club probe - Sun Sentinel ) that “misconduct will not be tolerated within any realm of the organization.”
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Bristol police officer accused of stealing pills - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New England

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A Bristol police officer who was on medical leave is accused of stealing prescription pills from an apartment.

Police charged Spencer Parks, of Warren, with one count of breaking and entering and one count of larceny under $1,500. He was released on personal recognizance.

A police report indicated that about $160 worth of Zubsolv was stolen. It's a drug used to treat opioid addiction.

Police said video evidence led to his arrest last month.

Police said Parks was hired in 2012, but he has been on medical leave since August. He was not collecting pay. Parks resigned from the Bristol Police Department after his arrest.
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cops hate police work.

Mistaken Twice For Fugitive, Man Sues Enfield Police - Hartford Courant

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When Robinson Santos walked into a New York City immigration office to get his permanent residence card in 2012, an official discovered that someone with a similar name and same birthday was wanted for sexual assault by the Enfield police. The official sent Santos' photo to the Enfield department, where an officer quickly determined that he was not the fugitive.


But when Santos returned to immigration offices last February, his name again set off alarms and a call to Enfield. This time, the police didn't ask for a photo and instead told immigration officials that Santos was their man.

Santos spent three weeks in jail awaiting extradition to Connecticut before the mistake was discovered. Now, the Bronx man is charging in a federal lawsuit that Enfield police violated his civil rights.
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Old 04-07-2015, 08:12 AM   #4265
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Officer Bennett was tailgating me, at dangerously close distances, for approximately three miles. He says in the video that I needed to drive safer. When I asked him how I could drive any safer he said he pulled me over because I was going too slow. The only time I slowed down was at an intersection of a four way stop light. This was harassment, profiling, and a police state in the worst scenario. Here is the video I took in my interaction with Officer Bennett that night.
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Old 04-07-2015, 08:14 AM   #4266
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Despite Laws And Lawsuits, Quota-Based Policing Lingers : NPR

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One of the dirty secrets in law enforcement that no one likes to talk about is quotas. Police departments routinely deny requiring officers to deliver a set number of tickets or arrests. But critics say that kind of numbers-based policing is real, and corrodes the community's relationship with the police.

Polanco joined the force in 2005, and pretty quickly, he says, it became clear that his supervisors only cared about two things: tickets and arrests.

"I can tell my supervisors that I took three people to the hospital and I saved their lives. That the child that I helped deliver is healthy," says Polanco. "I can tell them that. But that's not going to cut it."

Polanco says he encountered an unwritten rule that officers are expected to bring in "20 and one." That's 20 tickets and one arrest per month. But it was tough to get anyone outside the department to believe him, because NYPD officials would always deny there were any quotas. They still do.
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Albuquerque Cop Fired For Being Insubordinate, Untruthful After Fatal Shooting Also Had Lapel Camera Off During 2013 Police Brutality Incident - Hit & Run : Reason.com

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Last December Jeremy Dear was fired for "insubordination" and "untruthfulness" after failing to have his lapel cam turned on when he fatally shot 19-year-old Mary Hawkes, a suspected truck thief. Dear is still trying to get his job back, but now he's the subject of a new lawsuit over an incident of alleged police brutality in 2013. Dear says he was trying to break up a fight but the man he arrested, Dennis Shoemaker, says he was assaulted by the cop, not the other way around.

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t's an incident that's detailed in Dear's personnel file, which Action 7 News first obtained last year.

According to Dear's own police report, a fight broke out in front of the Bubble Lounge. Dear says he and another officer ran over. He says he yelled "Albuquerque police" several times, but the fight continued. Dear says he grabbed Shoemaker, who then started throwing punches at him. He says he held Shoemaker by the neck and punched him in the face several times before finally making the arrest.

Shoemaker sees it differently. In the lawsuit, he claims Dear never identified himself. Shoemaker says he did not lay a hand on Dear, nor did he resist arrest.

Problem is, there's no way to see what really happened because Dear did not come back with footage from his lapel camera.
Dear's attorney is arguing it wasn't fair to fire Dear in order to "set an example" about failing to turn on body cameras. Perhaps Dear should have been fired the first time he failed to turn on his body camera and proceeded to be accused of civil rights violations, in a kind of zero tolerance policy for cops?
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Old 04-07-2015, 08:17 AM   #4268
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Public Defender loves video.

Public Defender Uses Video To Become Cops' Worst Nightmare

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The video begins innocently enough: a cop ambles to the back of an empty bus, where a man is sprawled across the seats, apparently asleep. "Hey, buddy," the cop says, trying to wake him. "Hey, buddy? Are you all right?"

By the end of the clip, the officer is chasing the man, Bernard Warren, around a dark parking lot, hitting him with a baton and pepper-spraying him. The suggestion panel next to the YouTube video offers clips like "SFPD Attempt To Throw Wheelchair Bound Man Off Curb" and "VIDEO: Cops Shoot Homeless Mentally Ill Man 46 Times." There's just one difference between this particular video and the millions of other police-behaving-badly videos that populate YouTube: This one was uploaded by the San Francisco Public Defender's Office.

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"I would say almost every case has some form of video," San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi says in a quiet, unhurried tone that belies his role as one of the most overworked lawyers in the city (his office handles 20,000 cases a year, with only 93 attorneys to share the load).

Unlike most defense attorneys, who might show video evidence to a judge or jury but not broadcast it publicly, Adachi is quick to work outside the courts, uploading footage to YouTube if it could stir outrage against police overreach. "Video can be a shield or a sword and it depends on how it's used and by whom, on who has access to it and for what purpose." Adachi grins. "There's your quote," he tells me.

His videos regularly rack up thousands, sometimes millions, of views and wind up on national news broadcasts, which in turn gives Adachi clout against the police department and the district attorney's office.

YouTube is a repository for videos of police misconduct, perhaps because it's been a pivotal platform for calling attention to the killings of men like Oscar Grant and Eric Garner. Copwatch organizations — groups that encourage citizens to film the police and educate them on their right to do so — have been experiencing a resurgence, fueled by the hope that these amateur cinematographers could catch the next Officer Johannes Mesherle or Officer Daniel Pantaleo on tape — or, better yet, prevent the death of yet another young black man at the hands of police through the social pressure of the camera.

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But as copwatch groups use YouTube as a channel for public transparency, Adachi's ambitions go beyond whistleblowing — he's found that publishing videos on YouTube can put pressure on prosecutors to drop cases against his clients. He lists example after example: Last year, Adachi says he showed surveillance footage to the District Attorney that showed his client, a minor, was not responsible for a fatal stabbing. Weeks later, his client was still sitting in jail, and wasn't freed until after Adachi uploaded the video online. (The district attorney's office notes that, although the charge against Adachi's client was dropped, the case is still under investigation and new charges could still be filed.) There's the case he affectionately refers to as his "My Cousin Vinny case," which was dismissed after he used video to show that his client's car had large whitewalls on its tires, unlike the car used in the bank robbery. There's even the case against one of his own attorneys — police declined to pursue charges against her after the video of her arrest topped 1.5 million views on YouTube.

In the past few weeks alone, Adchi released the video of the Bernard Warren incident and called for a federal investigation into the San Francisco Sheriff's Department after accusing several deputies of forcing inmates to fight each other as a form of "sadistic entertainment." (Warren is facing a misdemeanor charge of threatening an officer. The District Attorney's Office also notes that Warren was arrested again, several days after he was kicked off the bus, for assaulting a female victim.)

Because the public defender's office has thousands of clients, it's advantageous to get cases dropped before they ever go to trial. And even when he doesn't win, Adachi seems to genuinely enjoy the legal dance shared by prosecutors and defense attorneys. He speaks admiringly of the cell phone records analysis used in "that radio show — what was it? Serial. It tells how they figured out what Adnan was up to that day." For Adachi, it seems to be as much about winning as it is about justice, but if justice comes along with winning, then so much the better.

Besides, Adachi says police should expect their actions to be caught on tape. "Video — being on video, shooting video — is a reality of 21st century life," he says. "What's interesting is that it probably hasn't permeated the criminal justice system until maybe five years ago." That's around the time he released the first of his bombshell videos online.

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The videos led to the criminal convictions of two San Francisco police officers, and the experience taught Adachi the power of publishing video outside the courtroom.

"I could have just given [the videos] over to their internal affairs," he acknowledges. "But I knew that I would never hear anything again."

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guy in this video challenges the RAS/traffic violation for the stop and gets away with showing no ID and gets to go freely.
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cops like a level playing field.

Former St. Louis police officer admits giving shotgun to drug dealer : News

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ST. LOUIS • City police Officer Don McGhee gave a shotgun to someone he knew to be a drug dealer, he admitted Monday in federal court here.

Left unclear by the guilty plea to a conspiracy charge was the extent of a continuing investigation and whether it would affect other officers. McGhee has resigned from the department.

U.S. Attorney Richard Callahan declined to comment in detail on the case Monday. “It’s part of an ongoing investigation, but beyond that I wouldn’t predict if or when other charges are forthcoming,” he said. But, he cautioned, “we’ve never tied it with other police officers.”

Callahan said that the investigation primarily related to McGhee’s misconduct with the suspected drug dealers.

Police Chief Sam Dotson said Monday the situation was “still under investigation,” and “we are looking at everything.”

McGhee, 28, was assigned to the city’s 6th District. He acknowledged that he was aware of a group that stored and dealt drugs from a house in the 3800 block of Cottage Avenue, just outside his district’s southern boundary. He also knew and associated with at least one of the dealers.
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I am sure everyone has seen the news story about this North Charleston police officer who shot and killed this man. This video was taken about 1000 feet away from my old machinists shop.
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^^^^ in case anyone wanted to know what murder and planting a taser looks like.
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An anonymous, reader submitted video to PINAC showing a citizen journalist boldly confronting an off-duty officer parked on the side of the road in an unmarked car with concealed warning lights illuminated.

The individual behind the camera was initially off put by the officer’s North Carolina license plate in South Florida as well as the fact that the truck was not marked as a law enforcement vehicle.

Our inquisitive citizen began to question the alleged officer’s legitimacy, eliciting a flustered, angry response from the alleged law enforcement officer, who was quick to deflect the probing questions.

As PINAC’s Chief Investigator, I viewed the video and contacted the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission to confirm that this fellow is indeed a state law enforcement officer as he had claimed in the video after pulling out his badge.

I also wanted to confirm his authorization to work an off-duty assignment in what appears to be a privately owned vehicle, so I sent the video to the FWC with a set of questions.

His name turned out to be Manual Padilla and he has since been fired.
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pig on pig violence.

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Court clerk won?t cough up transcript after Georgia judge and deputies call witness the N-word

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The clerk of a Georgia county court has refused to produce transcripts and audio recordings after multiple witnesses said that a judge and two deputies used the N-word in open court.

Allen Duray Green told WAGA that he was waiting to testify at a bond hearing for his friend, Robert Vivian, last month in Fannin County when two investigators identified him as “------ Ray.”

McCaysville Police Officer Michael Early confirmed to WAGA that he “overheard the ‘N…..’ word followed by ‘Ray.’”

Witnesses said that Judge Roger Bradley went on to tell a story about a black bootlegger who he called “N****r Bob.”

But Fannin County Sheriff Dane Kirby denied that his deputies used the racial slur, and he argued that the judge had not used it in an offensive context.

“There was nothing inappropriate said in the courtroom that day,” Kirby insisted. “The context was good; you all are wasting your time.”

The sheriff admitted that Green was known by the street name “N****r Ray” within his department.

Vivian recalled that the deputies and the judge were “straight-forward, matter-of-fact, and they thought it was funny.”

For his part, Green insisted that “N****r Ray” had never been his street name.

“It hurts. It still hurts right now,” Green noted. “It’s a subject that my grandfather, my great-grandfather had to deal with. Not me.”

“No one should be using that word at all,” he added.

The Fannin County Clerk refused to provide courtroom audio recordings and court transcripts to WAGA, saying they were unavailable at this time. The state Judicial Qualifications Commission reportedly was launching an investigation into Judge Bradley this week.
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in case your thought SC was an isolated incident or something.
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feds hate cops who love drugs.

Houston police officer arrested by federal agents | News - Home

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A veteran Houston police officer has been relieved of duty after his arrest by federal agents Tuesday morning.

Federal Bureau of Investigation spokesperson Shauna Dunlap confirms Officer Noe Juarez was arrested by Houston police and turned over to federal agents with the Drug Enforcement Agency and FBI after he arrived for work Tuesday morning at the HPD Central Command. Juarez was arrested on a warrant issued by a federal court in New Orleans.

Neither Dunlap nor Anna Christman, with the federal attorney's office in New Orleans, would discuss the specific charge against Juarez until the indictment is unsealed, but police sources told KPRC 2 News that Juarez was arrested in connection with a federal drug probe.
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HCSO deputy accused of striking woman with helmet, strangling her

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A sheriff's deputy was arrested late last month in connection with a domestic violence incident in northeast Harris County.

According to the Harris County Precinct Constable's Office, deputies with the Domestic Violence Unit responded to a scene of a family disturbance located in the 13000 block of Sweetgum Shores Drive on March 29.

Investigators said the victim and suspect, Frank Augustine Jr., are in a dating relationship and live together in the 9700 block of North Sam Houston Parkway. They added that this is also where the alleged assault took place.

The victim said Augustine physically assaulted her by striking her in the head with a motorcycle helmet, while she slept in bed.

During the assault, he allegedly strangled her to the point where she could not breathe, investigators said.

Augustine was arrested and taken into custody at the scene without incident. He is now charged with assault family member by strangulation and out on a $5,000 bond.

An emergency protection order was granted for the victim.
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Former police officer accused of excessive force | New Mexico News - KOAT Home

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Controversy surrounds former Albuquerque police Officer Jeremy Dear once again. This time, for a 2013 fight in downtown Albuquerque.

A former Albuquerque police officer, who fatally shot a 19-year-old woman last year and was fired for insubordination, is being sued for excessive force in another case.

Dear arrested Dennis Shoemaker that night, charging him with battery on a police officer. That charge has since been dropped, but now, Shoemaker has filed a federal lawsuit against Dear and the city, accusing Dear of excessive force and false arrest.

It's an incident that's detailed in Dear's personnel file, which Action 7 News first obtained last year.

According to Dear's own police report, a fight broke out in front of the Bubble Lounge. Dear says he and another officer ran over. He says he yelled "Albuquerque police" several times, but the fight continued. Dear says he grabbed Shoemaker, who then started throwing punches at him. He says he held Shoemaker by the neck and punched him in the face several times before finally making the arrest.

Shoemaker sees it differently. In the lawsuit, he claims Dear never identified himself. Shoemaker says he did not lay a hand on Dear, nor did he resist arrest.

Problem is, there's no way to see what really happened because Dear did not come back with footage from his lapel camera.

That's not the only time.

Last April, Dear had no video of the night he shot and killed 19-year-old Mary Hawkes.

"I remember at the end, I was like oh (expletives), my camera, it was unplugged," Dear told investigators. "I mean, I've had problems in the past, they come unplugged, you catch that little cord on something and it snags out."

Dear has since been fired from APD for insubordination and untruthfulness. He's been fighting to get his job back.

APD's internal affairs unit did look into this incident, but there's nothing in Dear's personnel file that indicates whether he was disciplined.
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