Follow me The following post was shared with the CopBlock Network anonymously, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. It details an incident where G Philip Rossman,an officer from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, decided to publicly post a photo of a citizen’s car, inviting harassment of that citizen based on a

Follow me An Indiana State Trooper somehow thought that giving people tickets was a really good opening to try and save their souls: “Excuse me Ma’am, have you accepted Jesus as your lord and extortionist?” – Trooper Brian L. Hamilton That’s how I imagine it went down anyway (because it

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 The following post was shared with the CopBlock Network anonymously, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. By Patricia Shuler You might be surprised at how easily law enforcement can obtain your private information The internet is still something of a “Wild West” for privacy rights.* For the most part,