The LVMPD's Culture of Corruption

Follow me A Culture of Corruption Demanding bribes from pimps. Planting evidence. Fabricating testimony. Shooting and killing citizens with impunity. Committing perjury. What do all of these things have in common? Regular visitors to this site know the answer immediately. This is about the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD)

Video of Las Vegas Metro Police abuse has malfuntioned (yet again).

Follow me The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has the worst luck when it comes to cameras. Time after time, key evidence caught on video somehow, someway ends up disappearing. Sometimes, the camera that would have recorded the relevant moments just happened to be malfunctioning that day, as was the

Las Vegas Strip New Years Negligent Discharge LVMPD Det Al Beas

Follow me NYE Negligent Discharge It turns out that some of the fireworks on the Las Vegas Strip happened after New Years this year. An officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department managed to fire his rifle while moving barriers after the annual party on the Strip ended. That

Follow me Yet another Las Vegas area school cop is under investigation and this time it’s the detective in charge of conducting investigations on other cops. Detective Christopher Klemp, who was in charge of the Clark County School District Police Department Internal Affairs Division, has been accused of threatening other

Follow me Robert Moore, whom I had previously posted about his having been arrested in December on what was at the time referred to as a “prostitution related crime,” was arrested yet again and charged with involvement in an unlawful prostitution related activity. According to KLAS-TV 8, the local CBS

Follow me Ian Tuuamalemalo, a man who was visiting Las Vegas from Southern California, has filed a police brutality lawsuit over an incident in which he was violently attacked by a group of officers from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Tuuamalemalo had been attending a reggae concert at the

Follow me Although, I have actually met Francisco Carbajal, the CEO of Ndigenous Visionaries (a company owned and run by people of color) and the person behind the “Shoot Cops” T-shirts, the news report within this post was submitted anonymously by a reader, via the Cop Block Submission page. There