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Probe into Abbotsford, B.C. police misconduct ends

VICTORIA – British Columbia’s police complaints commissioner is dropping an investigation into more than 100 misconduct allegations against police officers in Abbotsford.

The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner says in a statement that it is discontinuing the investigations because court decisions prevent investigators from accessing key information it needs to probe the allegations. 107 more words


Federal Air Marshal Misconduct (2002-2012)

This chart allows us to visualize the Federal Air Marshal Misconduct data that was released in February of 2016 by the TSA.¬† In 2009 a reporter for… 82 more words

Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang found guilty of misconduct

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

HONG KONG – Hong Kong’s former leader Donald Tsang was on Friday (Feb 17) found guilty of misconduct while in office, making him the first Chief Executive to be convicted in a criminal trial, Hong Kong media reported. 293 more words

Current Affairs

Former HK chief executive Tsang found guilty of misconduct

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

HONG KONG: Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang was on Friday (Feb 17) convicted on one count of misconduct. He was acquitted of one other, while the jury failed to reach a verdict on a third. 56 more words

Current Affairs

To Be or Not to Be a Whistleblower: That Is the Question

By: Tiffani N. White

The majority of scientists have heard horror stories of retaliation in academic whistleblowing scandals and the major payday for whistleblowers in industry. 640 more words

Current Perspectives

HPD acting chief supports public naming of officers suspended for misconduct

The Honolulu Police Department is urging its fellow officers to support the department’s new direction, which involves more transparency with the public.

In a letter addressed to officers and released last week Friday, Acting Chief Cary Okimoto threw support behind proposals that would require the names of officers who have been suspended twice within a 5-year period be released to the public. 280 more words


OMG its TMI Part 2 - Personal Defamation on Social Media

In one of my first posts on this blog I touched on what exactly constitutes going too far when making comments on social media. Specifically with regard to employment and what might get you fired. 809 more words

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