Follow me Officer Bryn Lindenmuth was named the 2015 York County Officer of the Year in May. Last week though, he was charged with three domestic violence related charges (simple assault, false imprisonment and harassment) against his wife. The abuse and mistreatment was characterized by his wife, Kalina Lindenmuth, as an

Follow me The following post was shared with the CopBlock Network by James McLynas, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. The post discusses the candidacy for sheriff in Pinellas County that McLynas and Greg Pound and the reasons why they decided to run for that office. As you can see within

Follow me This post was originally published at the “Ms. Magazine” blog in October of 2015 by Alex Roslin and Susanna Hope (who was married to a police officer for 20 years) under the original title “Police Wife: The Secret Epidemic of Police Domestic Violence.” (See below for their full

Follow me In January, I posted about the arrest of James Burt, an officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, who was arrested for beating, choking, and kidnapping his girlfriend. Officer Burt had, of course, previously been allowed by the Good Cops at the LVMPD to walk away without

Follow me The following post was submitted anonymously, via the CopBlock.org submissions page. The person submitting it states: You may post this because the Carmel PD will not return my calls or emails. They had their opportunity to do the right thing, but put protecting one of their own above

Follow me Late Monday, Officer James Burt, a 10 year veteran of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, was arrested for domestic battery and kidnapping. According to the arrest report, he attempted to strangle his girlfriend during the assault, breaking her jaw in the process. Via the Las Vegas Review

Follow me An NYPD Sergeant who gained some measure of notoriety for running a karate dojo in his off-time was arrested last week for shooting the mother of his child in the neck during a domestic violence incident. Sgt. Jose Guerrero, who had been dubbed “Karate Cop” for founding a

Follow me Today, the Baltimore Police Department made public the names of the three police officers who shot a man to death on Thursday for “taking a defensive stance.” According to FoxBaltimore.com, Officer Wilkes, a six year veteran of Baltimore County PD, Officer Besaw, an eight year veteran of Baltimore