Border Patrol Agents Finally Unshackled to Patrol Border—At Least Some of Them

The National Police Association Honors the Work of the Cleveland Police Athletic League with Donation

The National Police Association announced today a $500 donation to the Cleveland Police Athletic League to honor and support their mission. The mission of the Cleveland Police Athletic League is to: * Provide a safe and fun environment for children during recreational and athletic activities. * Foster positive interactions between police officers and youth. * Read more »

‘Tis the Season: for Porch Pirates

By Steve Pomper  It’s that time of year, again. No, not Christmas, Hanukah, and the holiday season, but the season when pirates roam the high seas. Okay, not so much the high seas, but maybe High Street. And they’re not your traditional pirates—Arrgh!—but so-called Porch Pirates. These parasites rip off not only your mail and packages Read more »

Police Volunteers: The Gifts That Keep on Giving

By Stephen Owsinski Given that we are in the season of giving thanks and gifting those we deem important and deserving, our nation’s volunteers top the list, specifically those who show up at America’s law enforcement stations, roll up their sleeves, and get to work on behalf of the community. Days before Thanksgiving, I came Read more »

The National Police Association Offers Reward for Information About the Person Who Shot at a Chicago Police Officer

The National Police Association is announcing a $5,000 reward for information leading to the identification, arrest, and conviction of the individual responsible for opening fire on an off-duty Chicago police officer just before 10pm on December 3rd at the intersection of 81st and Washtenaw on Chicago’s South side. A three-year veteran officer left the Sixth Read more »