STUDY: Body Cameras Make No Detectable Difference in Police Use of Force
More than 1,000 law enforcement officers were randomly assigned body cameras to see if the technology has any effect on how they use force.
SCOTUS Hears Case on the Use of Force in Law Enforcement
County of Los Angeles v. Mendez asks: Should officers be held liable when they cause a situation that leads to the use of force?
DOJ Announces Plan to Track Police Use of Force
The agency plans to launch a pilot program by early 2017.
Police Commission Orders More Transparency for LAPD
The civilian board voted to revise the Los Angeles Police Department’s de-escalation, use of force and officer-involved shooting video release policies.
Baltimore's New Police Use of Force Policy Goes Into Effect Today
ACLU of Maryland attorney David Rocah says it still has “significant problems.”
Utah Police Kill More People than Gang Members
More attention is being paid, nationally, to police use of force