Police fatally shoot mentally ill woman Courtney Topic, 22, who was brandishing a kitchen knife outside a Sydney Hungry Jack's.
This is the shocking moment police officers refuse to give their badge numbers after tasering a driver 'for no good reason' and arresting him.
The driver and his wife were heading to dinner with a friend at Fremantle, south of Perth, when his Jeep was stopped and served with a defect notice.
After being tasered, as he tried to drive off, the motorist's friend turned on his camera phone and repeatedly demanded the three officers give him their badge numbers.
Police have released shocking video that shows the moment cops shot dead an unarmed father-of-two in his own back yard.
Officers fired 20 times at Stephon Alonzo 'Zoe' Clark, after chasing him through the streets at night, into the backyard of his grandparents' house, where he'd been staying. Clark, 23, died at the scene.
Police bodycam footage captured the moment that officers turned round the corner of a house, where they came across Clark.
Video shows Sacramento police shooting unarmed black man Stephon Clark, who was gunned down by cops who thought he had a gun.
Officers who tasered a man after he tried to drive off following a traffic stop have been blasted for using 'unreasonable and oppressive force'.
A man heading to dinner with his wife and a friend was pulled over by police in Fremantle, Western Australia in March 2017 to receive a defect notice for his Jeep.
After being given the all clear, the man then flashed his lights and attempted to drive away - before being tasered, thrown to the ground and arrested, Nine News reports.
The moment heroic police officers helped a frantic mum save her choking two-month-old daughter was caught on their body cameras.
Police officers had stopped to help the disabled driver when they discovered that the child was choking and not breathing in the back of the car.
The two policemen identified as Officer Sidders and Officer Oklander have since been recognised for their efforts by Chief DeMuth.
The video shows the officers approaching the car in Shaker Heights, Ohio, when they noticed it had its hazards on.
Officers in Connecticut subdued an armed, suicidal man who urged police to kill him.
Police responded Tuesday to reports of a man in possession of several large knives who was threatening people. Police found the man with a knife in each hand.
As the suspect approached Officers David Delgado and William Coppola and demanded they kill him, Delgado holstered his firearm and deployed his TASER, incapacitating the man.
Delgado and Coppola disarmed the suspect and took him into custody without further incident. The incident shows the significance of de-escalation training.
Dashcam footage out of Georgia shows the dramatic moment a suspect appears to wrestle his way out of an arrest before speeding off in his car.
The video shows the suspect being placed under arrest, but a scuffle ensues in which the suspect manages to break away from the officer, re-enter his car and speed off. The deputy momentarily hangs on to the vehicle before falling off and tumbling onto the highway.
Timmothy Schmidt, 31, pleaded guilty to two counts of felonious assault on a peace officer and one count of resisting arrest. His initial charges for attempted aggravated murder on a peace officer were dropped as part of the plea deal.
Dramatic police bodycam footage shows the moment detectives pounced on a killer days after he raped and murdered a pensioner.
Craig Keogh was captured in his caravan just 48 hours after he had brutally attacked Jane Hings, 72, in her home in Fleckney, Leicestershire.
The footage was shown during Keogh's trial, where a jury found the 26-year-old guilty of murder, two counts of rape and burglary yesterday.
Keogh was arrested at lunchtime on September 26 last year, two days after Jane’s murder, reports the Leicester Mercury.
He initially told detectives that he had recently met Mrs Hings and had been undertaking odd jobs for her.
An 18-year-old pervert posed as a policeman online in a bid to meet a nine-year-old boy for sex.
Baby-faced Callum Lee Bates was snared by vigilante paedophile hunters after he tried to meet his young victim at a deserted railway station on January 3.
A passenger hurled racist abuse at a flight attendant and shouted 'I don't want blacks around me' before being forced off a flight , according to reports.
The man, 70, was kicked off the plane at North Tenerife Airport which was due to fly to La Palma.
In footage online a female cabin crew member can be seen telling the pensioner to "take your suitcase and get off the plane" before the captain called in the Civil Guard.
Eyewitnesses have claimed the passenger had hurled racist abuse at the black fight attendant moments before boarding the Binter Canarias plane.
Dimwitted thieves trying to steal laptops and other pricey gear from a Costco were caught red-handed by police who were waiting for them as they made their getaway.
Store attendants inside the Seattle cash and carry tipped off police after they recognised one of the suspects inside and said he had previously stolen items in the past and run out the fire exit.
Officers responded to the store on Wednesday at 5.30pm local time and soon discovered a black Toyota occupied by a female driver which was backed up to the emergency doors.
The officers pulled their patrol vehicle in front of the Toyota to prevent it from leaving and then lay in wait for the thieves.
Surveillance video released Thursday shows former deputy Scot Peterson standing outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School while Nikolas Cruz fatally shot 17 students and staff. […]
On afternoon of Feb. 14, Peterson, the school’s armed resource officer, responded to the building where the shooting was unfolding within a minute and a half of when the gunfire started, Sheriff Scott Israel said. He positioned himself outside the building but never went in throughout the six-minute shooting, Israel said.
This is the dramatic moment when a police officer catches a woman, who fell from the first-floor of a building in northwest China, in his arms. CCTV video shows the quick-thinking policeman heroically putting himself in harm's way to catch the woman who had fallen out of a window on the first-floor of a foot spa in Aksu Prefecture in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
A Missouri police officer who was shot and killed and two others who were wounded had been sent to the wrong house following a 911 call, authorities said Wednesday.
Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt. Bill Lowe said no one spoke when the 911 call came in Tuesday night but two women could be heard arguing in the background. For reasons that authorities still are trying to determine, the officers were sent to the address in Clinton where they were shot. The home that officers should have responded to was in Windsor, about 15 miles (24 kilometers) away.
The three Clinton officers went inside the home to determine if criminal activity was occurring and James Waters shot them, Lowe said. Waters, 37, was in the home. It's not clear if he was living there.
Officer Christopher Ryan Morton, 30, died. Officer Nathan Bettencourt was in stable condition Wednesday. The third officer, Nicholas Kasper, was treated for gunshot wounds and released Wednesday.
After the officers were shot, a SWAT team entered the house and found Waters dead. Investigators have not determined if he shot himself or was killed by the officers, Lowe said.
A woman who lived at the home, Tammy Widger, 37, was charged Wednesday with possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver and maintaining a public nuisance, Henry County Prosecuting Attorney Richard Shields said. Her bond was set at $25,000. Widger had sold drugs out of the home previously but it was not clear Wednesday if the officers' shooting was directly related to a drug crime, Shields said.
This 41-year-old man thought he was chatting online with a 13-year-old girl. But he had in fact been sending pictures of his penis to a group of paeodophile hunters.
The vigilante group, known as Capital Online Child Protection, filmed the moment they confronted Paul Flack outside his home in Sheerness, Kent, on November 10.
Wearing just a pair of pyjama bottoms, he apologises and says ‘I know’ when he’s accused of wrecking his family’s life.
He then confesses to sending five photos of his penis and five videos of him masturbating to a girl he knew to be underage.
Suspected ISIS recruiters and couriers were arrested by Russian secret service agents as at least 17 raids were carried out across Moscow.
Men and women were arrested and hundreds of fake passports, registration cards, credit cards and medical documents were seized.
The FSB believe it has smashed a major route to feed ISIS forces with raw "cannon fodder" recruits who may not understand the dangers.
They are accused of recruiting in Russia and sending people to fight in Syria and Iraq, using women as “couriers”.
Bryanna Catucci said she was shocked when leaving the grocery store in Ravena, New York, she found two cops charging at a raccoon in their cars for 15 minutes until it died.
Cops said the racoons was trying to go in the store and for safety of the public they didn't want to shoot it.
Jamaican Man's Leg Breaks After Police Officer Tries To Arrest Him For Cursing In Public! (*Warning* Graphic)
A tense standoff between San Francisco police and a robbery suspect in a car trunk came to a violent end on March 6, when the suspect fired a shot from the trunk and the police responded with a hail of bullets.
Body cam footage has been released by Fort Collins police, after a man was shot dead when he refused to put down his gun in front of a 3-year-old.
Sacramento, CA - A suspect who wrested a gun from a Sacramento police officer and fired the weapon was taken into custody 22/2018. The man was being taken to Mercy General Hospital for a mental health evaluation when he ran away from the officer about 12:11 p.m., said Sgt. Vance Chandler, a Sacramento Police Department spokesman. The officer caught up with the suspect and a struggle ensued. The man was able to gain control of the officer's weapon and fired it.
A passerby, an off-duty firefighter, saw the struggle and helped subdue the suspect near 39th and H streets, Chandler said. The suspect, described by police as a Hispanic adult, was not injured and was taken into custody.
Video footage has caught the moment a car thief plunged into an icy river in a bid to evade arrest.
Police chased the red Ford Fiesta through Castle Bromwich, West Midlands during rush hour before the driver then attempted to run through the river.
In the dashcam footage recorded on January 26, Christopher King, 38, can be seen driving ahead of the police car.
Officers deploy a stinger however the driver managed to speed away.
As the police put their sirens on, the Ford Fiesta accelerates and gives chase.
King drives at more than double the 30mph speed limit down the middle of a two-way road.
A high police presence remained around the veteran’s Pathway Home in Yountville, California on Saturday after three people and a gunman were killed just hours earlier during a hostage situation.
Earlier California Highway Patrol Golden Gate Division Assistant Chief Chris Childs gave reporters the names of the three victims, all of whom worked at the home: Clinical Director Jennifer Golick, Executive Director Christine Lieberman and Clinical Psychologist Jennifer Gonzalez.
Officials named the gunman as 36-year-old Albert Wong from Sacramento, a former member of the Pathway Home Program.
A routine traffic stop in Georgia turned into an unforgettably wild ride when a suspect is accused of speeding off with a cop inside the car.
It happened to Officer Brian Wallace with the Marietta Police Department after cops say he stopped the suspect's vehicle for a moving violation.
The suspect's Ford Fusion initially pulled to the shoulder in heavy morning traffic, but it wouldn't stay there.
Video footage has captured the dramatic moment a police officer tries to stop robbers from leaving the scene of a jewellery store ram-raid.
Despite the brave officer's actions, the thieves managed to escape the crime scene.
The incident took place late on Friday night in Cape Hill, Birmingham, reports the Birmingham Mail .
In the video, the policeman can be seen striking the BMW with his baton in a bid to stop the vehicle before it drives off.
The same car then reverses back towards the shop moments later, where three men can be seen loading large bags of items into the vehicle.
Police destory womans front door no reason.
This is the moment a paedophile who believed he was meeting a 14-year-old girl for sex was caught out by a vigilante.
Edmund Phipps, 50, sent the ‘schoolgirl’ - who was actually a paedophile hunter - a series of messages telling her ‘you have to trust me i will be gentle’ and ‘not bothered u r a virgin think it’s nice x’ before arranging the meet.
He used a fake name and knocked five years off his age in WhatsApp messages, claiming he was 45 and sending topless pictures.
Immigration police have finally caught up with one of the ringleaders accused of smuggling tens of thousands of illegal immigrants across the California border with Mexico.
The mother was arrested right in front of 2 of her children who were filmed on the sidewalk crying as their criminal mother was thrown into the back of a immigration police SUV.
The liberal media is attempting to cry foul simply because the daughters of this human trafficking ring leader was crying on the side as their mother was arrested. However, this dismisses the fact that this is a known criminal who abetted an unknown number of fellow illegal immigrants over the last decade.
Dramatic footage shows the moment police used a chainsaw to force their way into a home in a search for drugs and weapons.
Woodchips flew through the air as officers cut their way into the property during a raid in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, on Thursday morning.
Intelligence informed them weapons and drugs were stashed at the address and they executed a warrant to search the property.
The clip shows the Tactical Support Team and neighbourhood officers using the power tool to slice open the door.
Following search, they seized a small amount of white powder believed to be the Class B drug monkey dust, the Stoke Sentinel reports.