police shooting

The father of Alfred Olango announces the launch of a police reform organization. It seeks to prevent unnecessary police shootings.

A video shows two Sacramento officers attempt to hit a mentally ill suspect with their car. After they missed, the officers got out of their vehicle and shot him 14 times.

Authorities involved in Keith Lamont Scott's shooting investigation refuse to release over two hours of footage captured by police dash cam cameras.

North Carolina’s governor declares a state of emergency, and deploys the state National Guard to quell the violence after a second night of unrest in Charlotte. The demonstrators protesting the fatal shooting of a black man by police started out as peaceful, but eventually became violent with wide-spread damage and confrontation with officers and protesters. […]

The Justice Department is investigating the Tulsa police shooting of an unarmed Black man. They are looking into a possible civil rights violation.

Friends and neighbors held a vigil for the North Carolina deaf man fatally shot by a state trooper. So far the police have been silent about the deadly encounter.

A large police presence remains at Crabtree Mall several hours after an apparent shots fired. Raleigh police said the situation was de-escalating but no arrest have been made nor any suspects identified. At a press conference, Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown said the mall is “still on lockdown and the mall is a massive crime […]

Award-winning author and film producer Evie Rhodes has written several books about the tragedies and senseless violence in our communities.  Her most recent novel turned movie, Expired, highlights a mother’s struggle to cope with the death of her son. On May 20th, Rhodes’ 24-year-old son James Rhodes, was shot and killed in Camden, New Jersey. This tragic […]

The L.A. County Sheriff admitted that a deputy fatally shot an innocent man. He was unarmed and mistaken for a carjacker.

Detective Gordon's comments, initially reported last month shortly after the shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, marked the simmering tension between the Black community and law enforcement over police interactions.

"I don't know." That's the response the North Miami police officer gave to shooting victim Charles Kinsey, when he asked why the officer opened fire as he lay flat on the ground, hands outstretched to prove he was no threat to the police.

Seems like Queen Bey is tired of the police murdering our women, children and men just like the rest of us. The Texas native stopped her show in Glascow, to display the names of police brutality victims in America. This public display of support for those murdered at the hands of police happened hours after […]