An officer with the Reading (MA) Police Department has been indicted for allegedly shooting a man at a call for service in February 2018.
First-degree wanton endangerment is considered a Class D felony, punishable with fines of up to $10,000 and up to five years in prison.
Gov. Andy Beshear did not directly criticize or praise the grand jury's decision, but called on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release as many findings in the case to the public as possible
An officer with the Lisle (IL) Police Department is being lauded as a hero in the community after he rushed into a burning building, remerging into the safety of the outside with a 14-year-old boy in his arms.
Fired police officer Brett Hankison was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment for firing into Taylor's neighbors' homes
Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly criticized city officials of “failing all of us in epic proportions” in an email sent to hundreds of his colleagues
Online learning can meet many of the demands of the human brain to engage with the material, retain information and ultimately perform better in the real world
The report is an informed response to the law enforcement training challenges faced in 2020
A pilot program will see mental health clinicians respond along with police officers to mental health emergencies in San Mateo County
An officer with the Little Rock (AR) Police Department is being credited with saving the life of a one-year-old boy who had suddenly choked on a piece of food while riding in the back seat of the family vehicle.
The Chicago Police Department has announced the addition of more than 200 officers to a special unit assigned to addressing violent crime in the Windy City.
An officer with the Schuyler (NE) Police Department who came under attack by an out-of-control dog was forced to fatally shoot the animal during an incident on Monday night, police say.