The Public Database of Police Misconduct in the United States of America
Officers should only use legal force and only use it when absolutely necessary.
An Officer's power is not unlimited.
An Officer should be held to the same legal standard as any other American citizen.
Deaths are not returnable and should be treated as such.
Officers work for the citizens.
We understand most people record video instead of photos and are working to create a secure method for victims of police misconduct to attach videos to their incident reports.
We are working to expand our database to the popular social media networks to further expose police misconduct and make such conduct more easily shareable.
We are working to create an automated platform where all published incident reports will be submitted to the proper local authorities on a weekly basis until a response is received.
I Was Killed By A Police Officer
Jonathan, 39, was in a buggy pulled by horses in Stonewall when Officer Kevin Herrington pulled up behind him. The lights apparently scared the horses and Sanders was trying to calm them when Herrington choked Sanders with a flashlight.
Deputies responding to a disturbance call claim they found Benjamin, 42, acting erratic. A deputy subdued Benjamin by putting his knee into the back of Benjamin's neck and keeping his face pressed against the ground. "By the time they turned him back over, he was gone," Benjamin's cousin, Lateesia Jordan, told WPBF 25 News.
Police claim they saw James, 48, assaulting a woman in a car at an ATM. They tased James twice, causing him to die from his injuries.
James Carney III
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer shot and killed her boyfriend Rayshaun, 30, in their Chula Vista apartment, telling police that she was defending herself and he had hit her.