After Two Years, Defund the Police Has Devastated Public Safety in Many Cities

Law Enforcement Literally Cleaning Up Cities

By Stephen Owsinski Is there nothing law enforcement officers won’t do? To the extent any profession is known to go out of its way, policing is up there. Although “taking out the trash” has a metaphorical connotation —a negative one— it seems cops are also literally conducting cleanup operations in their respective jurisdictions. With the Read more »

Pay For That Donut

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D There was a day when police officers on the beat were expected to grab a free apple from the corner grocery. In more corrupt agencies, the freebies could even be cash as an incentive to keep an eye on a business. Business owners may have wanted to show their Read more »

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Revitalizing Public Safety: An Uphill Climb Thanks to Pitiful Policies

By Stephen Owsinski Utterly awful policies and justice reforms instituted by politicos, forfeiting public safety to the detriment of everyone, are examples of reckless leadership abusing power and betraying the citizenry despite loud logic screaming “No, that will be disastrous!” Recent years have cost lives, needlessly. Both citizens and cops found themselves pitted against a Read more »

Happy New Year?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D It may be a new year, but in the world of police work, is anything really new? It took less than 48 hours into 2023 for the first murder of a police officer. Chief Justin McIntire of the Brackenridge Borough Police Department, Pennsylvania was part of the pursuit of Read more »

Cops…Always Kidding Around

By Stephen Owsinski Amid the many instances of hate against law enforcement are the multitudes of cops bringing smiles to kids’ faces via heartfelt moments of tapping into our beloved nation’s future. If there is anything algorithms have churned for good, it is the abundance of city police officers, county sheriff’s deputies, and state troopers Read more »

Police Pressers and Social Media Sniping

By Stephen Owsinski The burgeon of keyboard warriors commenting nastily to just about every police presser, while PIOs (public information officers) are dutifully conveying details to the public, has become an unfortunate aspect stemming from the anti-police movement. The vile and prejudicial commentary against the law enforcement institution has become downright despicable, needlessly taunting the Read more »