Follow me Last week, the City of Harrison, NY and the Harrison Police Department agreed to a settlement that will force the taxpayers to compensate Richard Triano $77,500 for a wrongful arrest and assault by Officer Stephen Barone that took place in July of 2006. Via the Journal Gazzette: According to

Follow me It’s no secret that cops hate Cop Block. Nobody likes when their criminal activities are exposed for the world to see. Especially when they’re used to people overlooking all those robberies, beatings, and murders while kissing their asses and calling them heroes. It’s certainly no fun when people break

Follow me Date of Incident: August 28, 2015 Officer Involved: Sgt. Hermonn – Badge#580 Department Involved: Nassau County Police Department – First Pct. The above video was submitted by a reader by the name of Wil, via the Cop Block submissions page. He states in his description: “I was simply

Follow me *Originally posted at BenSwan.com by Annabelle Bamforth and received via the Cop Block submission page* Date of Incident: June 18th, 2014 Individuals Involved: Detectives Scott Gavigan and Anthony Scalise and Sgt. Richard Gorleski Outfit: Albany (NY) Police Department Phone: (518) 462-8017 Facebook Page: Albany Police Dept. on Facebook Twitter Account:

Follow me This post was shared with the CopBlock Network by a reader, via the CopBlock.org Submission Page. It was originally published by Ken Armstrong at themarshallproject.org. Last week, Seattle police apologized for an incident in which a female officer arrested a 69-year-old man walking in the city with a

Follow me This post, concerning a case of official misconduct and/or incompetence in Dutchess County, New York, was submitted by “Captain Six” via the Cop Block submission page and originally published anonymously at the “Hudson Valley Wire“. It involves actions taken by employees of the Dutchess County Probation Department, based

Follow me The following post was shared with the CopBlock Network anonymously, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. It was originally published at the Gothamist by Ben Yakas under the title, “Drug-Planting Cop Cries At Sentencing, Avoids Jail.“ The post details the court appearance of Jason Arbeeny, an NYPD cop who