Derek Colling LVMPD Wyoming Robbie Ramirez Shooting Dash Body Cam

Follow me Note: Previous posts regarding Derek Colling and his shooting of Robbie Ramirez can be found here, here, and here. Body Camera Disconnected From Battery Prior to Shooting It looks like Derek Colling hasn’t forgotten his training at the LVMPD. As has been detailed many times here at NVCopBlock.org,

Derek Colling Named as Deputy in Wyoming Shooting

Follow me Update 11/16/18: Partial footage from Derek Colling’s dash cam and body camera videos has been released. However, the footage was released selectively to media outlets, who in turn chose not to publicly broadcast the full videos, citing their “graphic nature.”  As a result, local residents have formed an

Derek Colling LVMPD Laramie Wyoming Shooting

Follow me Update 11/16/18: Partial footage from Derek Colling’s dash cam and body camera videos has been released. However, the footage was released selectively to media outlets, who in turn chose not to publicly broadcast the full videos, citing their “graphic nature.”  As a result, local residents have formed an

Follow me Note: The Following post was written by Ademo Freeman and was originally published at CopBlock.org under the title “Nevada CopBlock Founder Arrested While Filming Las Vegas Metro Police.” It’s being reposted here for obvious reasons. Kelly Patterson, founder of Nevada CopBlock and editor of this website, was spending

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

Follow me On September 9th, members of Nevada Cop Block and the Sunset Activist Collective were doing a chalk protest at the Clark County Detention Center (CCDC) in Downtown Las Vegas. Things were pretty quiet and peaceful until a bunch of gang members working for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police

Follow me “My eldest son, Erik Scott, might be alive today if Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officers had been required to wear body cameras in the summer of 2010, when Erik was shot to death.” – William B. Scott On March 31, 2015, the Nevada State Assembly’s Government Affairs