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Georgia police chief, officer face corruption charges

White - Police Chief David King and Officer Brett Scheff of the city of White, Georgia are alleged to have charged people with crimes they did not commit and then offered to drop the charge and cite them for a minor offence if they paid a fine to the officers.

U.N. reports that India has a gender gap 'crisis'

Officials with the U.N. Women's sector launched a new study to calculate the impact which abortions have on a society. Studies from around the world show that the infanticide has led to gender problems for the developing country.

Op-Ed: Time to end the privilege money can't buy

London - A policeman's lot may not be a happy one, but police officers everywhere enjoy privileges no one else does. It is time this scandal was ended.

Op-Ed: Britain's police are ‘relatively honest’, says who?

In a new interview, Prime Minister Cameron claims Britain has a "relatively honest" police force, which begs the question, what planet is he living on?

Op-Ed: Plebgate — Startling new revelations

London - For decades the British police, especially the Metropolitan Police, have fabricated evidence, even witnesses, in order to convict both the guilty and the innocent. Yesterday, that fact finally came home to our rulers.

Op-Ed: The death of Mark Duggan — one year on, and still nothing

London - One year ago today, Mark Duggan was shot dead by police from Operation Trident. To date, no one has been charged, and no meaningful information has been released to the public.

Op-Ed: Ray Kelly's NYPD — Still worthy of the public's trust?

New York - A litany of abuses, civil rights violations, official misconduct as well as allegations of brutality and corruption has left many wondering if the New York City Police Department (NYPD) is still worthy of the public's trust?

Honduras sets up anti-corruption team to weed out rogue cops

Honduras, one of the most dangerous places on Earth, set up a new anti-corruption commission Friday to weed out rogue officials in the judicial system and national police force.

Op-Ed: Trayvon Martin case about much more than race

In less than 24 hours after stating she solely determine the fate of the Trayvon Martin case, Florida special prosecutor Angela Corey held a news conference to announce the filing of a second degree murder charge against George Zimmerman and his arrest.

Op-Ed: UK police officer news round-up

A round up of recent stories about those brave men and women who risk life and limb every time they set foot outside their front doors. Our lives and our limbs.

Op-Ed: Predictions for 2012

Astrologers often make predictions for the year ahead about this time; here are a few made without the benefit of a crystal ball.

Op-Ed: The Leveson Inquiry — Looking back, and forward

London - The Leveson Inquiry is now winding down for Christmas, having heard some quite extraordinary and at times disgusting testimony, but there is a lot more to come.

Puerto Rican police urged to get tougher on crime and reporting

The Justice Department in San Juan, Puerto Rico, mulls over police logs and espies an entry for breaking and entering. In reality, a plasma television and large amounts of expensive jewellery were burgled.

NYPD officer acquitted of rape avoids heroin charges

New York - A former NYPD officer once acquitted of rape, has also dodged criminal charges relating to heroin possession after prosecutors decided not to pursue the case.

NYPD officer in corruption probe attempts suicide

Bronx - A off-duty NYPD officer jumped onto subway tracks in the Bronx and touched the third rail in a failed suicide bid early Wednesday morning. The officer was one of several dozen being investigated by a grand jury in relation to a ticket fixing scandal.

Op-Ed: Sorry is not the hardest word - for Rupert Murdoch

In a move some might interpret as a cynical attempt at damage limitation, Rupert Murdoch has apologised to the Dowler family. But he didn't have to do it.

UK phone hacking scandal – shocking new revelations

The UK phone hacking scandal continues with new revelations and claims of an incestuous relationship between the "News Of The World" and the Metropolitan Police.

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