Floundering Prosecutors Failing

Floundering Prosecutors Failing

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D In police reform language, sometimes accountability seems to mean unforgiving, zero-tolerance criminal prosecution of police officers. The vast majority of times when a police officer’s decision is criticized by skeptics the facts, if allowed to be known and explored, weigh in favor of the officer. An Austin, TX, police Read more »

Cop-Haters Pummel Good Officer for One-Sided Recording of Out-of-Context Comments

By Steve Pomper Police Officer with Body-Worn Camera   The radical left’s usual suspects, including the media are pummeling a veteran Seattle Police Department (SPD) officer over incomplete, out of context comments he made after his role in a tragic fatality collision investigation. Reportedly, a police officer responding to an overdose call struck a pedestrian.   Read more »

DOJ Wanted to Tell Al Sharpton About Not Prosecuting Fake CBP Whipping Case, but Not Agents

By Steve Pomper A scene in a 1994 Friends episode nailed how I feel about Joe Biden’s treatment of law enforcement officers. To paraphrase, “It’s not that [Biden] is bad, it’s … it’s that [he’s] so bad, [he] makes me want to put my finger through my eye, into my brain, and swirl it around!” In a previous NPA article about U.S. Read more »

No Cops Allowed

By Steve Pomper I thought we were over this moronic nonsense, but I guess not. However, that this incident happened in San Francisco makes a strange sort of sense in a nonsensical way. What do I mean? A business still refusing to serve cops would be in San Fran, right?  According to the San Francisco Standard, the Read more »