Walton County Sheriff Michael Adkinson said the invitation 'melted all the hearts' in the department's communications centre
Camera footage, police officers and vehicles will be employed to watch out for vandals
Sherri Papini has been reunited with her husband and two children while investigators search for suspects
Is PredPol the 'holy grail' of crime prevention or are its secret algorithims targeting civil liberties and minority groups?
Similar to African Americans, Native Americans experience discrimination and are often treated as second class citizens. Their deaths in the hands of police often go unreported in US media
An investigation will look into why the officer did not use his taser and reached for his gun instead. Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr said the incident was ‘totally unacceptable'
Departments across the country are using the dogs to detect narcotics and apprehend criminals, from New York and Georgia to Washington
Chicago police were ordered to pay Coprez Coffie $4m in compensation, but the officers involved were not prosecuted or even disciplined by the department
A state of emergency has been declared in Charlotte, as violent protests continue
Phoenix Police Chief Joseph Yahner said, “Their actions are appalling and unacceptable. This conduct is against everything that we stand for”
“We are confident that this is an intentional act. Our officers were targeted"
Alonso Perez, 25, who was re-arrested on Tuesday after five days on the lam, is accused of murdering 31-year-old Mohammed Robinson when an argument broke out at a McDonald's
Previously there was no federal data collection system to track police shootings - that is about to change
Chicago police release recordings that show officers apparently manhandling the victim even as he lay bleeding on the ground
In the absence of reliable, federal data, researchers and journalists are filling in the gaps
Alva Braziel, 38, was reportedly shot after 'pointing a gun' at police officers - a claim which the victim's family denies