The Good Cop Stuff You Don’t See Enough of and the Anti-Cop Folks Would Rather You Didn’t See

By Steve Pomper  A story from the Gwinnett County Police Department (GCPD), as Breitbart News reported on, we just don’t see enough of, but things like this happen all the time. But that doesn’t make the cops’ kind acts any less special. According to WXIA, back on January 10th, 2020, Sgt. Nick Boney saw a woman Read More >

Solutions to Violent Crime Should Not Exclude Successful Strategies Just Because They Come from Law Enforcement

By Steve Pomper  What happens when those entrusted to solve a community’s serious problems with crime, especially violent, are so politically and ideologically driven that they not only ignore but also reject ideas that might actually solve the problem? Rejecting resources cops could use to crush violent crime. Sadly, the answer is too often, nothing. Well, nothing Read More >

CDC Protocols for First Responders During Chinese Coronavirus (COVID-19)—And a Comment About Reactions

By Steve Pomper  Before I begin with the CDC’s recommendations for the nation’s cops, a personal note. I’m not sure all these precedents we’re setting around the country are warranted or an overreaction (so far, the evidence seems to indicate the latter). There’s now even a mayor potentially banning selling guns and alcohol in—of all cities—Champagne, Read More >

HCSO Master Detective also now a Command Sgt Major in US Army Reserve

By Stephen Owsinski Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) Master Detective Jasen Pask was promoted to Command Sergeant Major Jasen Pask recently. In addition to overseeing cases as a Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office detective in Tampa, Florida, Pesk ‘s new role as a Command Sergeant Major will have him overseeing eight battalions with the U.S. Army Read More >

Fired Oakland Police Chief Echoes What Rank and File Cops Have Been Wanting for Years: Fire the Federal Monitors

By Steve Pomper  Recently terminated (by a civilian commission) Chief of the Oakland Police Department (OPD) Anne Kirkpatrick and I would not agree on everything in policing. After all, we chose to serve different functions. She was a top administrator. I was a street cop (with a penchant for writing articles that pissed off city government). Read More >

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