Sen. Rick Scott: Real police reform – ignore Dems' radical policies and start with this commonsense step

Tim Scott: Can’t ask police to go into bad places without resources, liability coverage Sen. Tim Scott argues while Republicans have been pushing to refund law enforcement, Democrats have been defunding cops for over a year. Right now, there’s a lot of talk in Washington about police reform. I am 100% behind police reform that… Continue reading Sen. Rick Scott: Real police reform – ignore Dems' radical policies and start with this commonsense step

Kansas City defund the police effort 'destructive and deadly,' Missouri AG says as he files amicus brief

Dallas Police sergeant speaks out on ‘defund police’ movement: ‘Our officers suffered’ Dallas Police sergeant and congressional candidate Tre Pennie blasted Democrats’ claims after White House pinned ‘defund’ movement on GOP. EXCLUSIVE: Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed an amicus brief opposing Kansas City’s efforts to defund its police department, arguing it is illegal and… Continue reading Kansas City defund the police effort 'destructive and deadly,' Missouri AG says as he files amicus brief

Police always tap back of your car when pulling you over ‘to check trunk’

A viral TikTok video has shed light on an interesting thing police officers do when they pull over a car – showing numerous examples of cops who firmly tap the boot as they approach. In the clip, uploaded by user @mr.alexaa, a number of officers are filmed approaching vehicles from the left-hand side and in… Continue reading Police always tap back of your car when pulling you over ‘to check trunk’

Two police forces under investigation after two men died

Two police forces are being investigated over deaths of handcuffed man, 49, and a second middle-aged male suspect who had been locked in station cell Watchdog launched two investigations after incidents in London and Abingdon In separate incidents, two men have died after being detained by police officers Met police were called over reports of ‘distressed’… Continue reading Two police forces under investigation after two men died

Headless body at seaside resort named as woman missing from home 200 miles away

Police investigating the discovery of a headless corpse in a seaside town on Wednesday named her as Mee Kuen Chong. Officers says Mee, 67, was reported missing on Friday June 11 from Wembley in London. Police say the headless body found in a woodland Salcombe in Devon is Mee. In a social media post on… Continue reading Headless body at seaside resort named as woman missing from home 200 miles away

Police discover secret compound linked to suspect in Madeleine McCann case

More On: Madeleine McCann Madeleine McCann suspect breaks silence to slam probe as ‘unbelievable scandal’ Madeleine McCann’s parents still hopeful in search for missing toddler Madeleine McCann suspect suffers broken ribs awaiting court hearing Lawyer for suspect in Madeleine McCann case demands concrete evidence European authorities have discovered a new lead in the disappearance of… Continue reading Police discover secret compound linked to suspect in Madeleine McCann case

The untold story of how police shot Shargin Stephens

By RNZ Five years after an officer shot and killed a young Māori man, Guyon Espiner reveals previously untold disparities between what the public knows and what the evidence reveals. In a series of swift steps, Officer L05 crosses the grass verge and closes in on his target. He aims his Bushmaster M4 at the… Continue reading The untold story of how police shot Shargin Stephens

Teen stops ‘creepy man’ taking schoolgirl after insisting he was ‘dad’s mate’

A quick-thinking teenager stepped in to help a young schoolgirl after a 'creepy man' tried to lead her away. The young girl, who was around 11 years old or possibly younger, was approached by a stranger who claimed he was her dad's mate and that he'd been to their house. Emma Carlile, 15, was walking… Continue reading Teen stops ‘creepy man’ taking schoolgirl after insisting he was ‘dad’s mate’

Thugs who threw chairs in heatwave beach brawl hunted by police as CCTV released

Police in Essex have released CCTV images of men they would like to speak with after thugs from rival groups viciously attacked each other at a beach cafe. In total, cops have released 15 images after hooligans brought terror to the beach in Southend when they hurled chairs and projectiles at each other. A video… Continue reading Thugs who threw chairs in heatwave beach brawl hunted by police as CCTV released

Woman dies falling from 150ft cliffs in front of horrified beachgoers

The Daily Star’s FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox A woman has died after falling from cliffs in front of a packed beach at Durdle Door. Police have confirmed the tragic news that the woman has died following the incident after she fell from the iconic… Continue reading Woman dies falling from 150ft cliffs in front of horrified beachgoers

Is Flag Day a federal holiday? Here’s how it started and what it means

Stuck between Memorial Day and the Fourth of July, Flag Day often gets overlooked.  Perhaps not completely ignored, but Flag Day isn’t celebrated as much as other holidays associated with our nation’s beginnings. The holiday was established by President Woodrow Wilson on May 30, 1916 but failed to be recognized as a federal holiday when… Continue reading Is Flag Day a federal holiday? Here’s how it started and what it means

Vegas police: Slain boy was from California, mother sought

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A 7-year-old boy from San Jose, California, was the child whose body was found near a highway outside Las Vegas 10 days ago, and his mother is suspected of killing him, police said Monday. The child was Liam Husted, and his mother, Samantha Moreno Rodriguez, 35, was last seen May 31… Continue reading Vegas police: Slain boy was from California, mother sought

Deputy involved in fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. resigns; two others return to work

ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. – A sheriff’s deputy who was involved in the fatal shooting of an unarmed Black man in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, is resigning, the Pasquotank County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement on Friday. The statement from Sheriff Tommy S. Wooten II provides no reason for Aaron Lewellyn’s departure. The deputy is using… Continue reading Deputy involved in fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. resigns; two others return to work

North Carolina police department stops responding to certain 911 calls amid 'staffing crisis'

Fox News Flash top headlines for June 4 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. North Carolina’s Asheville Police Department (APD) has ordered its officers not to respond to certain types of crimes so that the agency can adequately respond to calls for help amid a “staffing crisis.” APD… Continue reading North Carolina police department stops responding to certain 911 calls amid 'staffing crisis'

Police block damages claim for Gobbo client who served 12 years’ jail

Victoria Police has moved to block any compensation for Faruk Orman, who served 12 years in jail before his murder conviction was quashed in 2019 because of the role played by barrister-turned-police-informer Nicola Gobbo. Lawyers acting for Victoria Police have submitted that Mr Orman’s claim for aggravated and exemplary damages is baseless, and is “liable… Continue reading Police block damages claim for Gobbo client who served 12 years’ jail

REFUND the police: Cities are reversing cuts to police budgets

REFUND the police: Cities are reversing cuts to police budgets and even increasing them by millions in NYC, Baltimore and LA as violent crime surges a year after mayors met the demands of defund movement Many major cities are reversing prior moves to defund police departments They are reeling after crime soared when they slashed… Continue reading REFUND the police: Cities are reversing cuts to police budgets

Samoan election: Police surround Parliament after conflicting rulings on when it can convene

Police have surrounded Parliament in Samoa after conflicting rulings on when it can reconvene. The Samoa Observer reports the Faatuatua ile Atua Samoa ua Tasi (FAST) party and its supporters have converged on Parliament House, calling on police to uphold the law. Police continue to surround it and the local area. The tense meeting follows… Continue reading Samoan election: Police surround Parliament after conflicting rulings on when it can convene

Desperate search for woman who vanished after horse ride as belongings found

The Daily Star’s FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox An urgent search has been launched for a missing woman who vanished after a horse ride. Amanda Hull, 38, was last seen in Ombersley, Worcs. when she went to collect her horse and headed to some local… Continue reading Desperate search for woman who vanished after horse ride as belongings found

Russia’s bloodiest killer ‘The Werewolf’ accused of faces another murder trial

Russia's most prolific serial killer will return to court this month charged with killing his alleged 82nd and 83rd victims. Evil sex attacker Mikhail Popkov, 57 who has been dubbed ‘The Werewolf’, will be transported from his high security prison cell to a courtroom five time zones away on the otherside of the country. The… Continue reading Russia’s bloodiest killer ‘The Werewolf’ accused of faces another murder trial

Police are hunting missing girl, 15, seen in Coventry three days ago

Police say they are ‘increasingly concerned’ for welfare of missing girl, 15, who was last seen in Coventry three days ago Atlanta Butler, 15, was last seen on Saturday in her hometown of Coventry  Police are growing ‘increasingly concerned’ and have asked the public for help  If you see Atlanta or know where she is,… Continue reading Police are hunting missing girl, 15, seen in Coventry three days ago

Met Police chief Cressida Dick to speak to TFL about LTNs

Sadiq’s green schemes allow crooks to escape law: Met Police chief Cressida Dick says cycle-friendly Low Traffic Neighbourhoods make it ‘harder for officers to get through streets’ Met chief Dame Cressida Dick said there had been some problems with them Comes amid rising frustration over so-called Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) The senior police chief said… Continue reading Met Police chief Cressida Dick to speak to TFL about LTNs

Cops dig up cafe to search for missing schoolgirl who could be Fred West victim

Forensic archaeologists have excavated a cafe in the continued search for Mary Bastholm – over new information that claims she may have been one of serial killer Fred West's victims. The three experts are helping police to sweep the cellar of the Clean Plate Cafe, Southgate St. after suspicions that the body of the missing… Continue reading Cops dig up cafe to search for missing schoolgirl who could be Fred West victim

Dunkin’ Donuts worker ‘killed rude customer with punch for being racist’

A Dunkin' employee has been accused of killing a 77-year-old customer in Florida, US. Corey Pujols, 27, told police he punched the "extremely rude" man for repeating a racial slur against him, the Tampa Bay Times reported. He was arrested on suspicion of aggravated manslaughter after the elderly man died in hospital. Pujols reportedly told… Continue reading Dunkin’ Donuts worker ‘killed rude customer with punch for being racist’

Murder suspect dobbed in by friend asked to hide body thought to be missing nan

A Florida man suspected of murdering a missing woman and burying her in his backyard was turned over to police by a friend he'd asked to help bury a body. Johnny Edwards Malisham, 60, was arrested in relation to the disappearance of Cynthia Hoover and is now facing homicide charges. On Sunday police were tipped… Continue reading Murder suspect dobbed in by friend asked to hide body thought to be missing nan