The Public Database of Police Misconduct in the United States of America

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What Is Police Misconduct?

Many people are confused by what constitutes as “police misconduct.” Contrary to popular belief, you do not have to be physically harmed in order to be the victim of police misconduct.

What's Next?

Video Uploads

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.

Social Media

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.

Automated Notifications

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

Officer saw Manley, 30, fleeing a car crash. The officer chased Manley and shot him, claiming Manley reached for his gun. A second officer arrived and stunned Manley with a Taser, then a third officer arrived forcibly restrained him. Manley died soon after.

Asshams Manley
Asshams Manley

Junior Prosper crashed the car he was driving, a cab, on the highway and allegedly began to run away. An officer chased Junior, claiming Junior bit his finger before the officer shot and killed him. Prosper's mother, Marie, said the police were not telling the truth about her. "He's very nice, he's a person who respects all types of people. He's not aggressive. Whoever said that is lying."

He leaves behind three children, and his wife is expecting a fourth.

Junior Prosper

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.

Jermaine Benjamin
Jermaine Benjamin

Victo Larosa was shot after tripping and falling to the ground while fleeing officers following an undercover sting operation against drug deals, according to the sheriff's office. The officer alleged that he opened fire because Larosa reached into his waistband. No weapon was recovered from the scene.

Victo Larosa III

Christian, 19, entered a car dealership after hours and can be seen in security surveillance footage jumping on cars and smashing the windows of several vehicles. Six Arlington police arrived and Brad Miller, a rookie cop, fatally shot unarmed Christian. Has since been fired from his station.

Christian Taylor
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