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Misconduct Reporting

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Cop Blaster conducts in depth independent investigations on issues of public interest. We start with media research or tips from users like you and look for truths that the mainstream media ignores. In recent months we have exposed illegal government surveillance operations and the identities of disciplined officers.

Location Monitoring

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Data Dumps

COVID-19 Snitches

The Coronavirus pandemic has led to a snitching epidemic in the United States. We have acquired large sets of government data identifying these snitches, who they told on, and what they said. So far we have been able to add over 10,000 posts to our database giving Cop Blaster the internet's largest Snitch List.

Killed By Police

Over 8,200 Americans have been Killed by Police since 2013 and we have their stories with over 3,000 pictures of police violence victims. This is an ongoing project for tracking law enforcement violence in the United States in a way that you too can contribute by adding comments to victims' profiles.

National Decertification Database

Cop Blaster has added a section containing profiles on over 30,000 decertified police officers in the United States. This section is separate from the main publishing service. Members can post comments about decertified officers. The Police Decertification Database was compiled from public records.

Latest Comments

That sure looks like a dope pipe in the bottom left hand corner. If I wanted to encourage snitching I'd say to share that with child protective services, but then again I don't want to encourage snitching.

Although the record we found didn't say exactly where Jones was busted for public intoxication, the charge was listed as "public intoxicationwpd" which we could only find elsewhere on mugshot websites corresponding to mugshots from Texas.

Jones' address history places him in Fort Worth, Texas from 1996 to 2003.

What is kind of funny about this is we doubt Jones had any idea this picture existed until we posted it. Sometimes the background check service we use gets records from private correctional companies that don't get destroyed when cases are expunged. We couldn't find any record of his public intoxication case beyond just the mugshot with a couple id numbers, so we suspect that he probably had the case expunged from public records without knowing that a private company kept its own separate records.

This mugshot reminds us of one we found last year (https://copblaster.com/blast/25880/stephen-oatley-your-favorite-freight-brokers-least-favorite-mugshot) that was left in Transcor records despite the case being expunged from public records.

Th how did a call for suspicious activity for stealing gas turn into Coles death in under 30 seconds. Why did an officer identify Cole allegedly off of conweb but yet Cole wasnt a felon or on conweb? How is it that every officer involved in Coles case has killed someone before? Why were pictures posted at 10:05 pm but cops said it didnt happen til 10:20 pm