• NY Daily NewsMan arrested in choking, groping of 74-year-old Bronx woman

    Cops busted the creep accused of groping and choking a 74-year-old woman outside her Bronx apartment. Joshua McCallum, 24, turned himself in to authorities after police said he attacked the woman in a building near E. 161st St. and Park Ave. on Aug. 18, police said Tuesday. He now faces charges of attempted rape, burglary and sexual abuse. Police said Read more...

  • The Tampa TribuneTrump reverses restrictions on military hardware for police

    WASHINGTON — Police departments will now have access to military surplus equipment typically used in warfare, including grenade launchers, armored vehicles and bayonets, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday, describing it as "lifesaving gear." The move rescinds limits on the Pentagon handouts that were put in place by President Barack Obama in 2015 amid a national debate over policing touched Read more...

  • CNBCPhilippines' Duterte says police can kill 'idiots' who resist arrest

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told police they could kill “idiots” who violently resist arrest, days after hundreds of people turned the funeral of a slain teenager into a protest against his deadly war on drugs. “Your duty requires you to overcome the resistance of the person you are arresting… (if) he resists, and it is a violent one… you are Read more...

  • Chicago TribunePolice: Teen rescued from Grayslake fire has died

    The teenage boy who had been shot in the head before his rescue from a Grayslake house fire last week has died, authorities said Monday.Police said the 17-year-old died Saturday at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood. An autopsy on the teen was performed Sunday at the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office, but his cause of death was not determined, Read more...

  • Chicago Sun-TimesMITCHELL: CPS’ Burge Curriculum on torture missing a key classroom

    It is unfortunate that the Jon Burge police torture scandal is now being treated like an ugly moment in Chicago’s past.It is a lot deeper than that.For more than two decades, Burge and his crew of 26 Chicago police officers got away with abusing and demeaning crime suspects, including assaulting their genitals with cattle prods.The abuse resulted in hundreds of Read more...

  • Chicago TribuneAuthorities: Joliet police investigating deaths of mother, 2 daughters as 'apparent murder-suicide'

    Joliet Police are investigating the deaths of a woman and her two daughters as an "apparent murder suicide," authorities said Monday.Authorities were not releasing the victims’ identities Monday night. However, a man who identified himself as the girls’ grandfather said the deaths involved his daughter-in-law and his twin granddaughters, who had just started kindergarten at St. Paul the Apostle School Read more...

  • FOX NewsOfficial: El Salvador must protect police attacked by gangs

    El Salvador’s attorney general is calling for urgent measures to protect off-duty police, after two more officers were killed by suspected gang members. Read more on FOX News.

  • Voice of AmericaNew Mexico officials: 2 dead, 4 injured in library shooting

    Two people were killed and four others were injured when gunfire erupted inside a public library on Monday, throwing an eastern New Mexico community into a panic as officers swarmed the building with their guns drawn. The gunman surrendered and was taken into custody without incident after police entered the downtown building, authorities and elected officials with the city of Read more...

  • NY Daily NewsMother of two jumps to her death from Upper East Side home

    An ambitious corporate recruiter with two young children leaped to her death Monday morning from her Upper East Side home, cops said. Police suspect Lindsay Schwartz Jacoby, 40, took the fatal plunge from the fourth floor of her tony brick home on 86th St. and East End Ave. — just steps from Gracie Mansion — and landed in the private Read more...

  • The GuardianWoman deceived by police spy refuses to pay Met legal bill

    An environmental campaigner who was deceived into forming a long-term intimate relationship with a police spy is refusing to pay Scotland Yard a £7,000 legal bill incurred during her quest for the truth. Helen Steel fought a four-year legal battle against police chiefs who were eventually compelled to apologise unreservedly for the abuse and emotional trauma she suffered from the Read more...