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“Crimes” in the virtual world are already happening; cops and legal systems have to catch up
Strong branding establishes a law enforcement agency as a credible and trustworthy source of information
Jim and Doug discuss the prevalence of these types of incidents, as well as some ideas about how to deal with them from a criminal prosecution perspective
The lawsuit claims that Facebook’s algorithms played a part in radicalizing the suspects
The photo, shared by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Department, showed a Christmas tree decorated with mugshots
In a Facebook Live, the man shot his girlfriend and talked about shooting the deputies who had responded to the scene, officials said
In June, Steven Carrillo, who has ties to the boogaloo movement, killed a federal security officer outside a courthouse, and later fatally ambushed a sheriff’s deputy
The deputy wrote the comment on a Facebook post about the death of a 15-year-old who killed himself last week
The city of West Linn was initially ordered in July to pay at least $100,000 in back pay to a former officer
All the world’s a stage in the digital age
We must reckon intellectually with the gap between police and the people they serve, but downplaying the emotional toll on LEOs is a great disservice to us all