Brit Cop Saves Protester from CCP Thugs Who Dragged Him into Consulate to Beat Him

Cop Went Home, Changed into a New Uniform, and Returned to Work

By Steve Pomper Lincoln Police Department Sgt. Tu Tran (Screenshot) In this era of snowflakes and their enablers, cops are still showing they must handle the most harrowing of emergencies, and then, while many occupations allow their employees to go home or even seek counseling for often trivial reasons, cops most often return to work. While Read more »

Gone and Deserving of Being Remembered

By Stephen Owsinski The heartfelt phrase “Gone But Not Forgotten” is often somberly said and sincerely written after a selfless law enforcement officer is sacrificed in the line of duty or otherwise, and police culture honorably illustrates how it holds dear all fallen heroes, both recent and historical. Let’s start with a very rare example: Read more »

Police Pay Homage to Dogs of Duty

By Stephen Owsinski Recently, the Miami-Dade Police Department hosted a K-9 Appreciation Memorial Ceremony, paying homage to the dogs of duty that unhesitatingly fight crime and charge hard at bad actors looking to do evil things to innocent people. Some of these incredible animals are killed in the line of duty. In their honor, law Read more »

Comeback Kid: Cop Shot Eight Times Pushing Through Physical Therapy

By Stephen Owsinski On December 21, 2022, the National Police Association published a piece about a rookie Phoenix policeman who had been shot eight times and miraculously survived. The initial shooting occurred during a midnight shift in December 2021. Among the abundant news coverage of this horrific incident, here is one in which then-Phoenix Police Read more »

Burdened Badges: The Things They See

By Stephen Owsinski The police profession combats the dregs of society to ensure law-abiding citizens revel in their unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. In so doing, police officers see many things that aggregately amount to conflicted psyches, born of bittersweet episodes continually tolling cops’ consciences. As any law enforcement officer Read more »

Officer Survival: Selfish or Noble?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D The survival mantra in police training is spoken in several clichés: Your main goal is to go home alive after the shift. You want to take off your own shoes at the end of the day. Be polite to everyone you meet but have a plan to kill them. Read more »