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How To Predict Bad Cops In Chicago
Protests against police violence raged on in Chicago over the weekend, with some demonstrators demanding Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s resignation over the shooting of 1…
How Wisconsin is weeding out bad cops
State Department of Justice to keep tabs on officers who resign under a cloud or are fired.
What Should the Feds Do About Bad Cops?
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the ousted top federal prosecutor for Chicago offered two different visions this week.
What to Do When You're Always the Bad Cop
Being the bad cop is wearing and breeds resentment. Here's how to help balance the scales and become a unified front with your partner.
Protecting the Shield: How NJ protects bad cops
From the courthouse to town hall to Trenton, New Jersey governments built a secret system that protects bad cops while taxpayers pick up the bill.
Here's Why the "Good Cop, Bad Cop" Routine Actually Works
You know the routine. A tough cop berates and browbeats a suspect until his partner sends him out. The partner is reassuring, and the suspect spills his guts. But does it work? Scientists did a few rather odd experiments to find out.
How The Hawaii Police Union Is Helping Keep Bad Cops On The Job
Former Honolulu police officer Teddy Van Lerberghe, who was indicted this month on suspicion of repeatedly sexually assaulting a minor, is fighting for more than his freedom. He’s also trying to keep his job. Van Lerberghe pleaded not guilty to multiple counts of first- and third-degree sexual assault after allegations surfaced that for four years …
What I Learned Writing About Bad Cops for a Year and a Half
I've been writing this Bad Cop Blotter column for more than 18 months, and the pre-Ferguson, post-Ferguson divide is palpable—if only in a media-giving-a-shit kind of a way.
Good COP/Bad COP? How business fared in the Paris Agreement
The private sector shined in Paris, but did anything really happen to disrupt business as usual?
Good Cop, Bad Cop: How Infighting Is Costing New Jersey Taxpayers
Police officers across the state are suing fellow cops and departments over everything from sexual harassment to being sent home for wearing the wrong shoes — and residents are foot...
Bad cops: Why don't more people report them?
I asked people this question: “Why do you think most instances of ordinary police abuse go unreported?” Their answers fell into two major categories.
Editorial: California AG Becerra must stop protecting bad cops
Politics is poisoning the office of state Attorney General Xavier Becerra. It’s not the first time. But the recent stonewalling by California’s top lawyer on release of records documenting police a…
Why are Oakland's City-Worker Unions Making it Harder to Fire Bad Cops?
Amid national uproar over police brutality and a local sex-crime scandal, Oakland’s largest city-employee unions are lobbying to weaken powers of proposed police commission.
How science could help find bad cops and prevent police shootings
Can data predict which officers are most likely to be "bad apples"?
Black Lives Matter Turns Spotlight On How Police Unions Shield Bad Cops
“This is about making visible an institution that often works in the shadows.”
Why Leaders Need to Quit Playing Good Cop/Bad Cop Right Now
When we perpetuate a good cop/bad cop scenario, we create heroes and villains.
Answer Six Questions And We'll Know If You're The Good Cop Or Bad Cop In Your Family
Are you the one your kids run to or from when they're bad?
This Horrific Georgia Brutality Footage Shows How Bad Cops Cover for Each Other
Here is video of Gwinnett County Police Sgt. Michael Bongiovanni punching Demetrius Hollins in the head with no apparent justification.
Innovations in STEM Education; How the Courts Abet Bad Cops; A New Case for Dr. Kay Scarpetta
This week's guests: Dr. Freeman A. Hrabowski III; Gerry Spence; Patricia Cornwell