The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, which represents about 24,000 uniformed officers, said the public release of footage, which began last summer on a limited basis, also violates the privacy of everyday citizens caught on camera.
More on the case out of Sandersville.
The split has a HEFTY price tag.
The panel that certifies law enforcement officers has voted to revoke the law enforcement license of a Georgia sheriff accused of exposing himself to a police officer in an Atlanta park.
The Trump administration’s tough talk on crime and the treatment of suspects has left black police officers worried that efforts to repair the fraught relationship between police and minority communities could be derailed.
Word spread last week that the highly respected Law Enforcement Academy at Ogeechee Technical College will soon be closing and Monday the college offered a formal statement on the matter.
The problems facing local law enforcement across the state are being felt everywhere. Georgia Sheriff Howard Sills of Putnam County wrote a letter that...
The New Year's holiday was just as deadly as the Christmas holiday on Georgia roads.