Judge Slaps Down L.A. DA (Progressive Prosecutor) George Gascón Over Not Enforcing Three-Strikes Law

By Steve Pomper  In December, I wrote at NPA about a conflagration of corruption that had erupted in Los Angeles, California’s criminal justice system last November 3rd, 2020. That was the day voters elected George Soros-funded and former San Francisco DA George Gascón LA County district attorney. Gascón wasted no time tearing down a legal system Read More >

91-Year-Old Cop Still Workin’ the Beat…‘Until the Good Lord Says So’

By Stephen Owsinski Although it is most common for 20-somethings to enter the police profession, it is highly uncommon for almost-century-old folks to still be workin’ the beat. Rare but possible, the law enforcement trade has a few iconic figures buffing a badge, pinning it on police blues, strapping a duty belt, and doing the Read More >

Law Enforcement Avid Social Media Presence Helps Preempt Victimization, Save Lives

By Stephen Owsinski Despite the growing resentment toward social media outlets and their seeming penchant for censorship, control, politicization, and grand manipulation, online data often provides the benefits of intelligence, insights, and clues for law enforcement agencies to preempt bad actors whose e-messaging telegraphs events in the realm of catastrophe and deviancy. One recent example Read More >

The Lack of Respect for Cops is Astonishing

By Steve Pomper  Three quasi-adult delinquents threw a fit and demanded a Massachusetts police officer dig out a car they’d just plowed into a pile of snow. The three, Nathaniel Chickering, 18, Bianca Torres, 19, and 21-year-old Michael Rodriquez were driving through a snowstorm on February 2, 2021, at about 12:30 a.m. The driver, Torres, lost Read More >

Charging Police with Crimes in the Line of Duty: Justice or Petty Politics?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. No one invested in quality law enforcement wants police officers to get away with violent crime. No one who needs quality law enforcement wants officers who survive a violent encounter to be prosecuted for political gain. Kim Foxx, Chicago’s top prosecutor, says “this is time to be aggressive” as Read More >

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