After a disabled man is found bloodied and unconscious in his Mississippi home in 2016, his death is attributed to heart disease. But local police chief Kenneth Hampton was determined to prove the circumstances of his death were anything but natural.
Grant Whitus was one of the first SWAT responders on site of the mass shooting at Columbine High School in 1999 and it's this case that’s stuck with him the longest, taking a toll on his mental health and personal life.
Former FBI special agent Andre McGregor discusses the case of a 2013 computer hack of a New York dam and the frightening prospect of future instances of cyber terrorism to come.
Douglas County Sheriff officer Dan Brite’s life changed forever when he responded to a call about a suicidal man with a gun. After a shootout, he was left paralyzed and struggled physically and mentally to adjust to his new situation for several years.
Nassau County Officer Clarence Hudson tells the harrowing tale of a deadly altercation that took the life of his partner, Officer Arthur Lopez.
Former LAPD SWAT officer, Rick Massa, responded to an incident in 1997 that changed his life forever.
Irma Rivera began her career as the first Hispanic woman in her precinct. Before she reached the rank of First Grade Detective, she investigated one case that would stick with her decades later.
Police officer Jody Thompson responded to a 911 call about a disturbance and came upon one of the worst child abuse cases he’d ever seen. Thompson made it his mission to give the 8-year old boy a better home, adopting him, and later, his sister.
Romaine Jenkins investigated many horrifying crimes as the first female homicide detective in Washington D.C., but one still haunts her to this day.