American police officers with criminal convictions

Posted May 30, 2011
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  1. Mark Fuhrman

    Mark Fuhrman


    Mark Fuhrman (born February 5, 1952) is a former detective of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). He is primarily known for his part in the investigation of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Lyle Goldman and his subsequent felony conviction for perjury. He has written true crime books and hosted talk radio.

  2. Bernard Kerik

    Bernard Kerik


    Bernard Bailey Kerik (born September 4, 1955)—known as Bernie Kerik—is an American former police officer, convicted felon, and consultant who served as New York City Police Commissioner from 2000 to 2001.

  3. David Mack (police officer)

    David Mack (police officer)


    David Anthony Mack (born May 30, 1961), is a former Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Rampart Division Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (CRASH) officer. He was one of the central figures in the LAPD Rampart police corruption scandal. Mack was arrested on November 6, 1997, for robbery of $722,000 from a South Central Los Angeles branch of the Bank of America. He was sentenced to 14 years and three months in federal prison. Mack has never revealed the whereabouts of the money.

  4. Nino Durden

    Nino Durden


    Gino Floyd "Nino" Durden (born May 5, 1963), was a police officer in the elite Los Angeles Police Department Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (CRASH) unit implicated in the LAPD Rampart scandal. Durden, along with Officer Rafael Pérez, was involved in the shooting and framing of gang member Javier Ovando. Both officers later made false statements against Ovando in court.

  5. Rafael Pérez (police officer)

    Rafael Pérez (police officer)


    Rafael Antonio Pérez (born 1967) is a former Los Angeles Police Department C.R.A.S.H. officer and the central figure in the LAPD Rampart Scandal, shot and framed Javier Ovando, and stole and resold at least $800,000 of cocaine from LAPD evidence lockers. He is accused of being a member of the Bloods, a notorious Los Angeles gang, and murdering rapper The Notorious B.I.G. at the behest of Suge Knight of Death Row Records. When Pérez was finally arrested, he implicated 70 other Rampart Division officers in various forms of misconduct, ranging from bad shootings to consuming alcohol while on duty. At least 106 LAPD arrests were overturned based on Pérez's testimony.

  6. Richard Cain

    Richard Cain


    Richard Cain (October 4, 1931 – December 20, 1973), also known as Richard Scalzetti, was a notoriously corrupt Chicago police officer, made man in the Chicago Outfit, and a close associate of Mafia boss Sam Giancana. Several conspiracy theorists have claimed that Cain was directly involved in the 1963 assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy.

  7. Stacey Koon

    Stacey Koon


    Stacey Cornell Koon (born November 23, 1950) is a former sergeant with the Los Angeles Police Department who became nationally notorious in the wake of the Rodney King incident.

  8. Richard J. Schneiderhan

    Richard J. Schneiderhan


    Richard Joseph Schneiderhan (c. 1934 - September 16, 2015) was a former Massachusetts State Police Lieutenant in the Attorney General's Organized Crime Unit. He was convicted of conspiracy and obstruction of justice stemming from his relationship with gangster Stephen Flemmi and the Winter Hill Gang. Schneiderhan had warned an associate of fugitive mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger that Bulger's brothers' phones were being monitored by the FBI.

  9. Jon Burge

    Jon Burge


    Jon Graham Burge (born December 20, 1947) is a convicted felon and former Chicago Police Department detective and commander who gained notoriety for torturing more than 200 criminal suspects between 1972 and 1991 in order to force confessions. A decorated United States Army veteran, Burge served tours in South Korea and Vietnam and continued as an enlisted United States Army Reserve soldier where he served in the military police. He then returned to the South Side of Chicago and began his career as a police officer. Allegations were made about the methods of Burge and those under his command. Eventually, hundreds of similar reports resulted in a decision by Illinois Governor George Ryan to declare a moratorium on death penalty executions in Illinois in 2000 and to clear the state's death row in 2003.

  10. Alfonzo Giordano

    Alfonzo Giordano


    Alfonzo Giordano (born c. 1937) was a senior ranking officer in the Philadelphia Police Department (PPD), having achieved the rank of Inspector before his retirement in 1982. He was convicted of bribery charges in 1986.

  11. Mike Carona

    Mike Carona


    Michael S. "Mike" Carona (born May 23, 1955) is a convicted felon and former Sheriff-Coroner of Orange County, California. The Sheriff was the elected head of the Orange County Sheriff's Department. He gained national prominence during the hunt for the killer of Samantha Runnion. After the quick capture of her murderer, Alejandro Avila, late night television host Larry King dubbed him "America's Sheriff" during an interview.

  12. Mario Biaggi

    Mario Biaggi


    Mario Biaggi (October 26, 1917 – June 24, 2015) was a U.S. Representative from New York (served from 1969 to 1988) and former New York City police officer. He was elected as a Democrat from The Bronx in New York City. In 1987 and 1988, he was convicted in two separate corruption trials, and he resigned from Congress in 1988.

  13. James Bonard Fowler

    James Bonard Fowler


    James Bonard Fowler (September 10, 1933 – July 5, 2015) was an American policeman who was a significant player in escalating the acute racial conflict that led to the Selma to Montgomery marches in the American Civil Rights Movement. As a corporal in the Alabama State Police in 1965, he shot and killed an unarmed black man, Jimmie Lee Jackson, a killing that went without justice for 45 years. He was convicted of manslaughter decades after the incident.

  14. Cecil Price

    Cecil Price


    Cecil Ray Price (April 15, 1938 – May 6, 2001) was linked to the murders of three civil rights workers in 1964. At the time of the murders, he was 26 years old and a deputy sheriff in Neshoba County, Mississippi. He was also a member of the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.

  15. Michael Dowd (NYPD)

    Michael Dowd (NYPD)


    Michael Dowd (born January 10, 1961) is a former New York Police Department officer arrested in 1992 for running a drug ring out of Suffolk County, Long Island. He is the subject of Precinct Seven Five (UK), the adapted title of the 2014 documentary film The Seven Five directed by Tiller Russell and produced by Eli Holzman. The upcoming Sony Pictures adaptation is being produced by John Lesher and Megan Ellison.

  16. Laurence Powell

    Laurence Powell


    Laurence Michael Powell (born August 26, 1962) is a former Los Angeles Police Department officer. He was one of the five officers involved in the beating of Rodney King on March 3, 1991.

  17. Ignacio Ramos

    Ignacio Ramos


    Ignacio Ramos is a former United States Border Patrol Agent, who was convicted of shooting an unarmed illegal alien and drug smuggler on the United States–Mexico border. He was convicted of causing serious bodily injury, assault with a deadly weapon, discharge of a firearm in relation to a crime of violence, and a civil rights violation. On January 19, 2009, his sentence was commuted by President Bush and he was released on February 17, 2009.

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