A grand jury indicted Christopher Taylor after the 2020 shooting of Michael Ramos in South Austin. He is believed to be the first Austin officer ever prosecuted for murder after an on-duty killing.
Recent audits of the city’s cadet training spotlight a warrior-cop culture that pervades policing, even in a so-called progressive city.
Two native Texans teamed up to produce a just-released podcast that tells the story of an innovative group of Houston homicide detectives.
Why Didn’t San Antonio Police Immediately Apply First Aid To Darrell Zemault Sr. After Shooting Him?
Bystander videos show that officers waited a full minute before administering care.
Protests to remove racist statues and iconography are part of a larger effort to reframe Texas history.
Years of activism and a legacy of police violence are fueling demands to reimagine public safety.
The protests sweeping Texas cities are a stark reminder of the pain caused by police violence.
Demonstrations against police brutality took place in cities large and small across Texas this weekend.
The outrageous shooting of a man in his own apartment has triggered calls to reform Dallas’ toothless, decades-old system of police oversight.
Activists are claiming victory after a drawn-out fight over police accountability, and encouraging other cities to follow suit.