National Police Misconduct Newsfeed Daily Recap 6/8/17

Here are the seven reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, June 8, 2017:

  • Worth County, Georgia: The sheriff is being sued by families of students who were subjected to a school-wide pat-down. Some students complained about inappropriate touching of breasts and genital areas.
  • New York, New York: An officer was arrested for larceny and forgery for trying to take out a $22,000 loan from the pension fund.
  • Fort Pierce, Florida: Two officers were fired for rules violations during an officer-involved shooting. One of the officers alleges ethical lapses in the department’s crime reporting.
  • Adairsville, Georgia: An officer was arrested for assaulting his wife and holding her against her will.
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: An officer was charged with domestic abuse in the presence of a child as well as domestic assault and battery with a deadly weapon.
  • Milwaukee County, Wisconsin: The County was ordered to pay a now-former inmate who was repeatedly raped and forced to give birth while shackled during her stay in the county jail $6,700,000.
  • Volusia County, Florida: A deputy was suspended one month for causing a four-car-collision in December. He was driving 81mph while responding to a non-emergency call without activating his lights or siren.