An Internal Affairs review found discrepancies between what happened the night a former prosecutor and what GRPD officers said in reports.
It has been a rough week or so for the Grand Rapids Police Department as every few days seemed to bring a new and embarrassing disclosure.
Attorneys for a man injured in a crash with a former prosecutor say the first police officer on the scene lied in a deposition months ago.
The fallout continues from the release of the recorded conversations of GRPD personnel on a line they believed was private and unrecorded.
Community groups are speaking out against the actions revealed in phone calls between GRPD officers about a former prosecutor’s car crash.
Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker says at least two of the officers recorded on line 3407 are witnesses in criminal cases headed to court.
Community reaction to the recordings of calls between Grand Rapids police officers about a former prosecutor’s crash has been unsparing.
The law firm representing the man injured in a crash involving a former prosecutor has harsh words for Grand Rapids police and the city.
The Grand Rapids police chief condemned the way some of his officers handled a former assistant prosecutor’s car crash.
The city has released transcripts of six recorded police phone calls between police officers about a former prosecutor’s car crash.
The state appeals court decided that recordings of calls between officers about a former prosecutor’s crash must be released to the media.
Appeals court judges Wednesday grilled Grand Rapids’ attorney, who argued the city should not be forced to turn over recorded police phone c…
The legal team for Grand Rapids Police Department Lt. Matthew Janiskee was in federal court in Kalamazoo today.
New court documents say that a Grand Rapids police phone line marked “non recorded” may have been recorded as far back as 2010.
The man who was hurt when former assistant prosecutor Josh Kuiper hit his car is suing three bars, claiming Kuiper was over-served at them.