The Decriminalization of ‘Survival Crimes’ By Progressive Prosecutors Makes Everyone Less Safe

By Steve Pomper One of the latest attempts to mutilate the criminal justice system is the theory of so-called “survival crimes.” These are crimes where officials running criminal justice systems in leftist jurisdictions consider not the nature of the crime, but the social circumstance of the offender. Officials in these locales experiment with concepts that are Read More >

When people despise cops and coddle criminals, victims suffer

By Steve Pomper There’s an important group getting lost within the ideological fog created by anti-police, pro-criminal politicians and community activist cop critics and criminal coddlers. The anti-good guy animus and pro-bad guy deference is prolific and well documented. The lack of respect for cops, the lack of support, and irrational expectations affect how law enforcement Read More >

The National Police Association Honors the Work of the Atwater PAL Cadets with Donation

The National Police Association announced today a $500 donation to the Atwater Police Activities League Cadets to honor and support their mission. The Atwater Police Activities League Cadet program provides a common meeting ground for police, citizens, and the youth of the City of Atwater, CA and Merced County in the area of social, educational, Read More >

Benefit of Doubt

By Steve Pomper Being a police officer is challenging. That’s not news. Cops have always had their critics, and that’s a good thing in some ways. For one, it keeps officers aware of the special responsibility they have in a civil society. They are the sword and shield arms of their communities. More than any other Read More >

The National Police Association Launches Petition Asking the Ohio Parole Board to Keep the Killer of Officer Jeffrey Phegley Behind Bars

On January 21, 1987, Morrow Police Officer Jeffrey Phegley was on patrol when he observed a 1977 Monte Carlo traveling 48 miles per hour in a 25-miles-per-hour zone. As reported by the Greater Cincinnati Police Museum, Officer Phegley stopped the driver, Anthony McIntosh. He activated a microcassette recorder in his shirt pocket and walked up Read More >

The National Police Association Adds To Record Reward For Solving NYPD Officer Robert Bolden’s Murder

Responding to a request from NYPD Detective John Bolden (pictured), grandson of murdered NYPD Patrolman Robert Bolden, to help publicize the reward for the arrest and conviction of his grandfather’s killer, the National Police Association announced today it is adding $5,000 to the reward bringing the total to $116,500. The record reward, payable upon arrest Read More >

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