Thousands of pro-Trump supporters descended on the US Capitol on January 6. Nearly seven months later, 601 people have been charged with crimes.
Qualified immunity protects law enforcement officers from individual liability unless they violate a clearly established constitutional right.
The bill, passed by Nassau County's legislature, would allow police officers to sue anyone who harasses or injures them at a protest.
Three other officers who were on the scene - Howard Liebengood, Jeffrey Smith, and Gunther Hashida - also died by suicide, according to authorities.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva's statement came three days after the family of David Ordaz Jr. filed a federal wrongful death lawsuit against the county.
Former Mississippi police officer Matthew Kinne accepted a plea deal for a life sentence in the 2019 murder of Dominique Clayton.
Leaders in the Western Sydney business community have questioned the decision to boost the use of NSW Police officers and Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel for COVID-19 lockdown checks, saying their presence can "send a fairly negative message" to an overwhelmingly compliant region.
The Quebec team of first responders only realized their mistake when the woman's partner filed a missing persons report four hours later.
Two Aurora, Colorado police officers were arrested after one choked and beat a man while threatening to kill him, according to court documents.
Neil Woods spent 14 years as an undercover police officer infiltrating some of the most dangerous organized crime groups in the UK. He speaks to Insider about his experience with drug dealing gangs, and how the drug market works.
Officers Michael Fanone and Harry Dunn offered testimony about how they were attacked while defending the Capitol.
Police officer Daniel Hodges said rioters treated him differently than fellow officers of color during the January 6 attack.
Officers said "it could've been a Las Vegas thing," referring to the 2017 mass shooting. But 32-year-old Keegan Casteel said it was all a "mistake."
The man, only identified by the initials "DW," reportedly tried to pass himself off as his wife by wearing a niqab - a full-face veil.
The Queensland man, 39, arrived in Western Australia on a flight from Brisbane on Monday and his application to enter was refused.
The July 27 hearing will feature testimony from DC and US Capitol police who were present the day of the pro-Trump insurrection.
Police seized the rigs from miners who allegedly stole $2 million worth of electricity.