law enforcement

via News5: For the next six weeks, 60 Cleveland high school students will learn all about careers in law enforcement through the public safety career pipeline summer program. “The objective of the program is to increase the number of women and minorities in our public safety career fields,” said program director Angela Bennett. “It’s important […]

Hundreds will ride their motorcycles Sunday in honor of fallen law enforcement officers. The 7th annual “Cops Ride” in downtown Cleveland on June 28 will focus on two Ohio officers killed in the last year. Akron Police Officer Justin Winebrenner was killed back on Nov. 16, 2014. The 7-year veteran will be honored alongside Cincinnati […]

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott was a participant in Tuesday’s Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Crime and Terrorism and discussed the need for body camera use…

If you’re looking for a job and you’re interested in law enforcement, the Ohio State Highway Patrol could be the place for you. They are now accepting applications for troopers in order to make sure they are fully staffed and can protect communities in the state of Ohio. They say they are accepting approximately 2,000 […]

The U.S. Department of Justice announced seven cities in the Northern District of Ohio will receive a portion of a $5.1 million grant that will add 41 law enforcement positions in the region. Cleveland was awarded the largest amount at nearly $1.9 million for 15 officers. The Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority will also receive $500,000 […]

Attorney General Eric Holder launched an initiative to study racial bias in an attempt to reduce racial tensions between African Americans and law enforcement agencies. Roland…

  How long will it be before Cleveland Police start wearing body cameras? Some local leaders complain it’s taking too long. Cleveland Police won’t wear body cameras until some time early next year. We’ve been hounding City Hall to find out what’s going on since police tested the cameras this summer. Activists, local leaders, even […]

St. Louis police officer and president of the Ethical Society of Police, Darren Wilson, spoke with Roland Martin Thursday on “NewsOne Now” about how African American…

It is a known fact that many individuals in the African-American community do not trust law enforcement officials and it is becoming more apparent, as…