Daniel Holtzclaw, a former Oklahoma City cop, was found guilty in 2016 of raping and assaulting several Black women.
Mubarak Soulemane, 19, was shot and killed by Connecticut State Police Trooper Brian North following a carjacking and subsequent car chase.
Texas police officer Carmen DeCruz was arrested on Monday after being charged with manslaughter in the death of 28-year-old Michael Dean.
Prince George's County Cpl. Michael Owen shot and killed Rodney D. Edwards, 35, back in 2011 but never faced charges.
William Green, 43, was seated in the front passenger seat and was handcuffed when he was shot multiple times.
Yolanda Carr is the second parent who has passed away within months of daughter Atatiana Jefferson's untimely and senseless killing.
Michael J. Reynolds was at a bachelor party in Nashville, Tennessee, last July when he terrorized Conese Halliburton and her children.
Manatee County deputies were allegedly attempting to search for Barbara Pinkney's grandson in her home when they tased her for refusing them entry.
Broward County Deputy Christopher Krickovich, who had been suspended following the violent arrest of 15-year-old Delucca Rolle, has been fired.
"The more you have respect yourself, the more problematic you are," he told ESSENCE.
Since the release of a video showing what some believe to be a police officer planting a gun, activists who had protested at the St. Louis Galleria mall after police killed Tillman promised more protests.
Emantic Bradford Jr. was shot and killed by a Hoover, Ala. police officer last Thanksgiving while at a local mall.
The Pima County Sheriff's Department is looking into a disturbing incident caught on camera where a teen amputee is wrestled to the ground by a deputy.
On the same day that Antwon Rose's family reached a settlement, a US District Court judge dismissed their lawsuit with prejudice.
Aaron Dean, 34, was booked into the Tarrant County Jail and is being held on a $200,000 bond.
The family from Chester Township now plans to take legal action against the police, after family members were arrested twice in two days.
Judge Tammy Kemp, who faced backlash after gifting Amber Guyger a bible and hugging the convicted murderer, said that she "could not refuse" the request.