Law Enforcement Trainer and NPA Contributor Sgt. Betsy Smith Interviewed by KGO TV on Palo Alto’s Cop Killer Mural

Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, being interviewed about the NPA’s petition asking Palo Alto to remove its mural of a cop killer across from City Hall. Betsy is the creator of the only course of its kind for women in law enforcement, “The Winning Mind for Women” and is the owner of The Winning Mind LLC. Read More >

Despite Apathy and Antipathy Toward Police, People Hold Back the Blue Rallies Nationwide to Support Their Cops

By Steve Pomper  While I’ve never liked that so many people take cops for granted, I’d exchange the antipathy of whatever this is that we have now for the apathy of being taken for granted. Here’s a current example of the antipathy. The extremely anti-police business owner of Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream has posted a Read More >

Back the Blue: Keep Lt. John Mitchell in Your Thoughts and Prayers

By Steve Pomper  By now, you probably know about the case in Oklahoma of an overzealous district attorney prosecuting a decorated Blackwell Police Department Lieutenant John Mitchell for manslaughter for risking his life to stop an active shooter. For those who want to catch up on this case, you can find several articles at www.nationalpolice.org. This Read More >

Law Enforcement Trainer and NPA Contributor Sgt. Betsy Smith Interviewed by KTVU TV on Palo Alto’s Cop Killer Mural

Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, being interviewed about the NPA’s petition asking Palo Alto to remove its mural of a cop killer across from City Hall. Betsy is the creator of the only course of its kind for women in law enforcement, “The Winning Mind for Women” and is the owner of The Winning Mind LLC. Read More >

A NJ Trooper Was Murdered in the Line of Duty. Palo Alto, CA Put Up a Mural of His Killer. Ask Them to Remove it.

If you visit Hamilton Avenue in front of Palo Alto, CA City Hall you’ll see a nearly 245-foot-long and 17-foot-tall mural covering the street.  The 16 individual murals spell out Black Lives Matter. The second letter to the end is a 17’ tall mural of Joanne Chesimard, also known as Assata Shakur. The below picture Read More >

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