Category: police force

Western Australian Police Critically Understaffed: Union Boss

The Western Australian (WA) Police Union has warned the state’s police force is facing critical shortages after over 500 police resigned or retired last year. The WA Police Union’s acting president Paul Gale, on Jan. 16, said that 465 sworn police officers resigned last year, and a further 97 retired, making it the highest number of…


LIVE NOW: FBI Is Republican Lawmakers’ No. 1 Investigative Target

Republican lawmakers promise to rein in the FBI with major investigations of the bureau’s scorched-earth policy against U.S. citizens. From the raid on former President Donald Trump’s home to unlawful detentions of peaceful protestors, and from spying on school parents to censoring social media, senior federal law enforcement officials will be grilled by the representatives…


FBI Is Republican Lawmakers’ No. 1 Investigative Target

Republican lawmakers promise to rein in the FBI with major investigations of the bureau’s scorched-earth policy against U.S. citizens. From the raid on former President Donald Trump’s home to unlawful detentions of peaceful protestors, and from spying on school parents to censoring social media, senior federal law enforcement officials will be grilled by the representatives…


LIVE at 2PM ET: FBI Is Republican Lawmakers’ No. 1 Investigative Target

Republican lawmakers promise to rein in the FBI with major investigations of the bureau’s scorched-earth policy against U.S. citizens. From the raid on former President Donald Trump’s home to unlawful detentions of peaceful protestors, and from spying on school parents to censoring social media, senior federal law enforcement officials will be grilled by the representatives…


‘Authoritarian’ Restrictions Forcing Australians Into Conflict With Police: State MP

Alleged images and video of police aggressively subduing Australians in Melbourne to quell civil unrest in the southern state has raised concerns over the use of force by law enforcement against alleged breaches of public health orders. David Limbrick, an upper house member of Victoria’s state parliament, says police have been given the “very difficult”…