Sleepless Nights

By Sgt. Nancy M. Dowdy (ret.)   Well, the holidays have finally passed and it’s a new year.  Like many of you, I spent the last few days of the year relishing in the beauty that can be seen during the holidays.  Those much anticipated presents have been opened and played with for hours, out of Read More >

Born to be a Cop?

By Stephen Owsinski No ambiguity in that title. All organic. Straight-up prospect highlighting that some humans are born to be a cop. Now, there may not be any definitive DNA markers indicating any human’s predisposition to law enforcement, but soon after entry into the world, the building blocks are at our disposal. Some people capitalize Read More >

The National Police Association Supports Injured Baton Rouge Police Officer Against Black Lives Matter Organizer in U.S. Supreme Court

The National Police Association (NPA) has filed a friend of the court brief asking the U.S.Supreme Court not to accept review of an appeal by Black Lives Matter organizer DeRay McKesson. The brief supports Officer John Doe, who seeks to recover for serious injuries caused by a rock thrown by a participant in the Black Read More >

Patrol Sergeant Vanquishes the “Lack of Police Accountability” Myth

By Steve Pomper   Whenever you hear police critics or, especially, the perennial cop haters comment on the police, they reflexively pull the police accountability arrow out of their quiver. It doesn’t matter how invasive and pervasive police officer accountability and scrutiny gets, it’s never good enough. They’re not satisfied even though police accountability has risen Read More >

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