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.
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I Was Killed By A Police Officer
Nathaniel, 29, allegedly jumped a fence and "became uncooperative" when a deputy stopped to question him, police said. When the deputy tried to handcuff Pickett, they claim a fight broke out ending when the deputy shot Nathaniel.
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.
Two Jacksonville police officers fatally shot Stallworth at a Westside apartment complex. Stallworth allegedly pointed a gun at an officer, then dropped the gun and ran away. Officers shot him as he was running unarmed, claiming they thought he still had a gun and he turned and faced them
Police say Lamontez, 39, was "causing a disturbance" downtown and ran when police approached him. Police shot Lamontez multiple times, claiming he aimed a gun at them. Police later revealed that the gun was a toy.
An employee at a pharmacy called police to report that McLeod had tried to use a fake prescription. The responding officer spotted McLeod in a parking lot near the pharmacy and fatally shot him after claiming he reached "around to the small of his back and abruptly [whipped] his hand around and [pointed] it toward the officer, as if with a weapon," according to police. He 19 years old and unarmed.