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The Toxic Relationship Between Woke Politicians and Criminals

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D The counselors who deal with defective and toxic relationships recognize the lack of balance and mutual respect. The criminal justice system, under the guise of reform and personified by “woke” prosecutors, politicians, academics, and even some police chiefs is in a toxic relationship with offenders, playing to role of Read more »

Are Voters Finally Fed Up with Defense Attorney D.A.s Pretending to be Prosecutors?

By Steve Pomper  The National Police Association (NPA) has been prescient in its monitoring, exposing, and responding effectively to progressive prosecutors who have been proliferating in recent years. For example, the NPA took action, filing a bar complaint against the George Soros-funded Racheal Rollins, until recently, the Suffolk County, Mass. (Boston) DA, who ran for office promising not Read more »

Dog Helps Cops Locate and Rescue Two Men Injured in Car Wreck

By Steve Pomper  You’ve heard that, for cops, there’s no such thing as a routine call. While that’s true, there are some calls obliterate routine. Take this both heartwarming and bone-chilling (literally) recent story out of northern New England. Two men in a 2019 Ford F350 pickup truck traveling on NB Interstate-89, had just crossed the Read more »

Pushing Cops to the Brink

By Stephen Owsinski And the beat goes on. By that, I mean the beat where cops patrol to preempt and abate criminals aiming to victimize innocents. But another beat is burgeoning still. It is the steady push of police officers into heightened perils due to misgovernance and a seemingly careless attitude for the human bodies Read more »

Things Can Go Bad Even When Cops Do Things Right

By Steve Pomper  Sometimes even when cops intend to do things right, cops are human, and things can still go wrong. We recently saw this happen when former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter pulled her gun instead of Taser. This mistake resulted in a First-Degree Manslaughter charge, trial, and conviction. Even after this conviction, all Read more »

Take a LEAD in Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

By Stephen Owsinski Since 2015, every January 9 is recognized as Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (LEAD). With an ocean of bias as a retired law enforcement officer, I imagine most everyone can see the unrelenting tumult America’s cops have experienced of late. Police officers endured. Others perished, either from miscreants responding to the anti-cop dog-whistle…or Read more »

Law Enforcement Appreciation Isn’t Always Easy

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D There isn’t a lot of hoopla over Law Enforcement Appreciation Day which was January 9th this year. After all, it competes with National Apricot Day, Balloon Ascension Day, National Static Electricity Day, Word Nerd Day, Take the Stairs Day, and Ride the Subway Naked Day. Besides those special days, Read more »

Are There Even Laws Anymore?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D Civil disobedience has been a hallmark of individual courage to force attention to the need for change. From the American Revolution to Rosa Parks to imprisoned 84-year-old nun Megan Rice, defying the law and accepting the consequences has been a noble stand against perceived injustice. We have entered a Read more »