Pennsylvania State Police
Legal Professor On Justice Department’s Lawsuit Against State Police: ‘I Don’t Think There’s Any Big Legal Issue Here’
Chris Stigall spoke with Cornell University Legal Professor and Contributor at Legal Insurrection, William Jacobson, about the Department of Justice suing the Pennsylvania State Police over their required physical fitness test for officers.
The Justice Department is suing the Pennsylvania State Police, saying its physical fitness tests discriminate against women.
According to Pennsylvania State Police, two juveniles were arrested for allegedly breaking into a home and baking some pot brownies.
“We will not be bullied into changing or lowering our standards by the Department of Justice or anyone else,” said Pennsylvania state police commissioner Frank Noonan.
The federal government sued Pennsylvania on Tuesday over physical fitness tests given to applicants for state trooper positions, seeking a stop to a practice that it said illegally discriminates against women.
Authorities say that two young men are dead in eastern Pennsylvania after being struck by a freight train while crossing railroad tracks.
Officials say a total of 932 citations were issued between Thursday, July 3rd, and Sunday, July 6th, with only 35 of those being for DUI.
Police say a Pennsylvania state trooper was injured when the driver of a stolen car struck the trooper’s car and the two vehicles then hit a parked U.S. Postal Service delivery vehicle.
Two adults and three children were found dead inside a small cabin in north-central Pennsylvania with “toxic levels” of carbon monoxide in their blood, authorities said.
A Pennsylvania state trooper was found not guilty Monday in a case that charged him with deprivation of civil rights.
Jury deliberations were expected Monday in the trial of a Pennsylvania State Trooper charged with deprivation of civil rights.
Opening statements got underway Tuesday in the case of a Pennsylvania state trooper charged with assaulting a handcuffed man inside the alleged victim’s Chester County home.
Anyone with information is asked to call Pennsylvania State Police at 215-452-5216.
The new, $18-million facility will go up on the lawn and parking lot next to the current building.
State police are searching for an unlikely suspect in a Pennsylvania hit-and-run accident: the driver of an Amish buggy.