Border Patrol Agents Deserve Medals, Not Slander

Border Patrol Agents Deserve Medals, Not Slander

By Stephen Owsinski Among the batch of titles mulled for this latest atrocity against law enforcement, the one you just read is perhaps an understatement, given the overwhelming duties they perform against all odds. Where does one begin to attempt to unpack the ridiculous nature of the current presidency and his underlings toeing the line Read more »

Tell Chicago to Protect Police Memorials

Chicago Alderman Silvana Tabares has introduced an ordinance to arm the city with the power to charge the COWARDS who deface memorials for fallen police officers with punishments up to 6 months in jail. As fallen police officers protected Chicago, Chicago can protect their memory if this ordinance passes. If you are a Chicago resident Read more »

Do Cops Have Any Rights at All?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D For all of the attempts to chip away and police effectiveness – or even police existence – the real accountability for quality policing has always been as close as the nearest voting booth or local council meeting. One of the specters handing over the effort to destroy local law Read more »

California Keeps Removing Tools for Police

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D California joins Nevada in prohibiting police from putting pressure on a suspects back, torso, or neck in a way the impedes the arrestee’s ability to breathe. That sounds reasonable and, in fact, most police agencies have given much training and policy on that use of force method. The trouble Read more »

Washington State Troopers, firefighters Sue Over Vaccine Mandate

By Steve Pomper Some firefighter friends of mine recently expressed their dismay at Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s continuing power-play to force “vaccines” on public employees, including cops and firefighters. As reported by The Hill at MSN news, “more than 90 plaintiffs were listed in the lawsuit against Inslee, including 53 state police employees as well as firefighters….” State Read more »

Forensics: The Marvels of Science in Policing

By Stephen Owsinski Throughout this week we recognize and honor the meticulous minds who skillfully tackle the tedious side of policing, performed by contingents of civilian staff and/or sworn cops who, in tandem, compel malevolence to kneel before justice by pillaring cases with rock-solid scientific conclusions categorically known as evidence. Forensic files, anyone? Indeed, law Read more »

‘Thank a Police Officer Day’: Formal and Forever

By Stephen Owsinski September 18, 2021, chaperoned “Thank a Police Officer Day” at a time in our nation’s history when everyday society is like chaotic and reckless bumper cars careening around, without an Off switch, and mounting casualties. On the aspect of galvanizing law and order in America, ghostbusters are not on the call list. Read more »

Can Local Law Enforcement Prevent Another 9-11?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D CNN analyst Philip Mudd was working for the CIA and assigned to the White House when hijacked commercial airliners were driven from the sky into American’s minds forever. Watching as the reports unfolded, Mudd remembers his observation repeated by almost every American: “I knew the world would change”. Eventually Read more »

The Backpedaling Continues

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D It seems that the rush to push through laws, policies, and budget restraints on law enforcement is hitting some snags. In Minnesota where a city ballot issue is scheduled to go to voters in November to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department, the state Supreme Court invalidated a portion of Read more »