Sources say the spokesperson's unit was ordered to highlight 'positive aspects' of police activity and focus media attention on illegal Palestinian aliens, arms in the Arab community and drug busts.
The suspect, who is from central Israel, is accused of offering the police officers money in exchange for reports on a covert investigation.
Police sources tell Haaretz that spokespeople have been told to focus on Palestinian illegals, weapon seizures and drug busts.
Customer at Allenby 40 claims she was sexually assaulted in toilet stall; suspect is still in custody.
Videotaped incident in Hebron will most likely end in disciplinary action for officers after police investigation units says actions not criminal.
Resident of Beit Elazari, a moshav near Rehovot, told police that he fired in the air to scare the three alleged thieves away, but this story didn’t match the crime scene evidence.
Gilad Erdan halts 2014 decision to fund new facility in place of Neveh Tirza, which houses some 200 inmates and has repeatedly been subject to criticism for its poor facilities.
Alleged offenses against members of Beitar Jerusalem's La Familia include attempted murder, racist acts and illegal possession weapons. Prosecution seeks their detention until the end of criminal proceedings.
Officials hope to match results seen elsewhere in the world leading to a reduction in the number of violent incidents between police and civilians.
According to the police, the 39-year-old man is suspected of raping a girl and boy - both his relatives - as well as committing an indecent act and child abuse.