Police Misconduct Blog


Former Inmate Settles Jail Assault Case for $5.6 Million

Former Inmate Settles Jail Assault Case for $5.6 Million

Joseph Guglielmo will never forget what happened to him on the night of January 15th, 2015. While in the intake area of the Montgomery County Jail in Dayton, Ohio, he was beaten so severely by a guard that he lapsed into a coma. Although he eventually emerged from the coma, he is now wheelchair...

Poor Inmate Care by Another Name is Still Poor Care

Poor Inmate Care by Another Name is Still Poor Care

What’s in a name? When you want to rebrand a toxic product, try calling it something it obviously isn’t, such as a path to wellness. Already the country’s largest private provider of healthcare to inmates, in November 2018, Correct Care Solutions, based in Nashville, merged with a...

Man Beaten, Locked in Closet By Cops Is Awarded $50 Million

Man Beaten, Locked in Closet By Cops Is Awarded $50 Million

A jury in Ohio awarded an East Cleveland man $50 million. The man claimed after he was arrested in 2012, cops beat him and then locked him without food in a concrete storage room.
The incident occurred in 2012. It took 7 long years for Arnold Black to receive justice. He originally won $22...

$3.75 mil Settlement for Family of Man Who Died in MI Jail

$3.75 mil Settlement for Family of Man Who Died in MI Jail

Each year, 1 million people are arrested for possession of drugs. Most are sentenced to incarceration and a fine, but a few unlucky people get sentenced to death—not by a judge and jury, but by police officers. That’s what happened to 35-year-old Michigan man William Marshall, who was...

Off Duty Cops Kills Man in Case of Mistaken Identity?

Off Duty Cops Kills Man in Case of Mistaken Identity?

Dallas Police Officer Faces Manslaughter for Shooting Man in Wrong Apartment [Post updated September 2019] A five year veteran of the Dallas Police Department shot and killed a young man in an apartment complex. Police believe the officer went home after her shift ended and entered the wrong...