Racial Profiling

Two officers who were involved in the death of Tamir Rice are facing disciplinary charges.

Two White officers in Long Island, N.Y., allegedly laughed when Ronald Lanier identified himself as a former law enforcement official.

The former North Charleston South Carolina police officer who was charged with the murder of Walter Scott—a 50-year-old Black man who was fatally shot during a traffic stop—has asked that the state court move his murder trial out of Charleston.

A local North Carolina GOP office was firebombed and destroyed on Sunday.

Tulsa police claim Terence Crutcher was on PCP, had a vial of the drug in his car, and the officer who shot him meant to pull her taser.

The family of Terence Crutcher is demanding answers after a Tulsa, Oklahoma police officer shot and killed the 40-year-old last week.

Supreme Court justice Manuel Mendez says Macy's abused a state law statue that allows retailers to temporarily detain and fine said persons. The state law was created to prevent teens who were detained for allegedly shoplifting from racking up criminal records.

A New Jersey police chief who allegedly wrote an email defending racial profiling of "suspicious Black people in White neighborhoods," has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into the correspondence.

Cincinnati police launch an internal investigation of an officer's arrest of a Black man for jaywalking. The man self-recorded the video and claims his rights were violated.

About a dozen Black NYPD officers filed a lawsuit against their department claiming they were pressured to implement racism in their practices.

Trayon Christian was awarded $45,000 from the company this week. The incident happened in April 2013, when the then 19-year-old went to the Manhattan location to purchase a $348 Ferragamo belt. Barneys employees allegedly believed he bought the belt with a fraudulent credit card.

Antonio Ammons, 18, was arrested by a resource officer at Bolivar Central High School along with another student for "indecent exposure" in November.