Police


Honenu Claims 30,000 Shekels for Police Brutality

Dozens of complaints have been filed by Honenu over the past two years against the Israeli police, mostly concerning police brutality. However, for the first time, an individual police officer…

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NJ Cop Loses Job for Improperly Accessing Database

A former police officer has admitted that he illegally used a department computer to get motor vehicle information that enabled a tow truck company to seize a vehicle. Christopher Donovan…

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Israel Police on Alert for Peaceful Purim

Thousands of police will be on duty over the weekend throughout the country, as Purim celebrations take place in the center of the country Motzoei Shabbos and Sunday, and in…

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Police Chief’s Takeover of Investigatory Unit Challenged

Police Commissioner Insp.-Gen. Roni Alsheich’s planned takeover of the investigatory unit Lahav 433, which has been probing allegations against Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and other major figures, has run into…

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Israeli Police Inaugurate 10 New Boats

Israeli police have launched 10 new speedboats for use in law enforcement off Israel’s shores. The boats will be used as rescue vessels and to prevent criminal and terrorist activities…

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Sheriffs Still Looking for Clarity on Deportation

Despite tough talk on sanctuary cities from the Trump administration, many sheriffs still fear that they lack the legal right to hold prisoners for possible deportation, even at the request…

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NYC Arrives at Contract Deal With Largest Police Union

Mayor Bill de Blasio reached a tentative labor contract agreement Tuesday with his harshest critics, the largest union representing rank and file New York Police Department members. The new deal,…

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