law enforcement

NewsOne’s Top 5 gives you a quick rundown of the viral stories we’re talking about today. Spring Valley Student Allegedly Hit Ben Fields In Altercation,…

While addressing the International Association of Chiefs of Police during an appearance in Chicago Tuesday, President Barack Obama declared that law enforcement often gets "scapegoated" for failures in society and the criminal justice system.

A Black sergeant from New York is awaiting the announcement of a possible $198,000 settlement with the city after he was beaten by Yonkers police…

A Florida woman accused of speeding through a school zone shocked a Palm Beach County police officer when she insulted him during the stop.

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott was a participant in Tuesday’s Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Crime and Terrorism and discussed the need for body camera use…

The Arizona police officer who ran over a fleeing suspect in February will not face aggravated assault charges, ABC News reports. Footage from the Feb.…

Attorney General Eric Holder launched an initiative to study racial bias in an attempt to reduce racial tensions between African Americans and law enforcement agencies. Roland…

St. Louis police officer and president of the Ethical Society of Police, Darren Wilson, spoke with Roland Martin Thursday on “NewsOne Now” about how African American…

It is a known fact that many individuals in the African-American community do not trust law enforcement officials and it is becoming more apparent, as…

Mark Brown is challenging incumbent Marion County Sheriff John Layton in next week’s Democratic primary.  Brown, no relation, appeared on Afternoons with Amos to talk about his campaign to be the next Marion County Sheriff.  Mark Brown said if elected he’d put focus on the Sheriff deputies getting our following up on arrest warrants or […]

The officer has been identified as 41-year-old Rod Bradway a 5-year veteran of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Officer Bradway was a highly decorated officer having just been awarded the IMPD’s Medal of Bravery. Officer Bradway leaves to cherish in his memory a wife and two teenage children, and is from Nappanee, Indiana.  “We have […]

Despite efforts in the Indiana General Assembly with the battle over Senate Bill 621, commonly referred to as the UniGov Power Grab, which among other provisions would make it harder for the Marion County Sheriff to do his job as mandated by Indiana’s Constitution, Sheriff John Layton promises to continue to serve the people of […]