Local Cops Will Face Onslaught of Illegal Alien Criminals Due to Intentional Border Catastrophe

Canines in Communities Have a Direct Effect on Crime Reduction

By Stephen Owsinski More dogs mean less crime in communities. “Man’s best friend” is just as formidable a sentry as officially certified on-duty police canines. That should come as no surprise, though. We can all agree on the stupidity of would-be criminals. But even knuckleheads know to steer clear of properties patrolled by the obvious Read more »

Cops Praise D.C. Police Commander Whom Marxist/Anarchist Militants Despise

By Steve Pomper  The Washington Post recently covered a story about a Washington D.C. police commander praised by his officers as a decisive, hands-on leader who is also despised by the radical leftist, Marxist, and anarchist militants frequently destroying property and assaulting cops. Of course, the Post attempts to paint the violent radicals as some quaint neighborhood community Read more »

Police Canine Shot Three Times, Will Return to Full Duty

By Stephen Owsinski Like their human counterparts, police canines take the hits yet rebound to fight crime another day. On July 22, 2022, one such law enforcement service dog and his human handler engaged a trio of malfeasants in the northeastern part of Florida. From First Coast News, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office received calls of Read more »

Officer Accused of Murder Released

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D Many agencies have removed vascular neck restraints from police officers’ toolboxes. Officer Christopher Smelser of the Las Cruces, New Mexico, used the restraint on Antonio Valenzuela who died about an hour later. First, let’s talk about the vascular neck restraint, also known as a carotid restraint, that has become Read more »

Morrisville, NC Police Department awarded National Police Association grant

The National Police Association has awarded the Morrisville, NC Police Department a $1000.00 grant. The grant will support the purchase of personal protective equipment (PPE) and training equipment for the officers. Morrisville is one of the fastest growing and most diverse towns in North Carolina, located adjacent to North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park. The town’s Read more »

How Young is Too Young for Law Enforcement?

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D Sabin Ward, 21, is now perhaps the youngest police chief ever in the state of Ohio. Ward, who was sworn in Friday to lead the New Athens police force, was eager to begin his first shift after the ceremony. “Being the age that I am puts a big responsibility Read more »

Sexual Assault Detective Fired for “No Vax” Ordered Back to Testify in Court

By Steve Pomper   It wasn’t only that agencies are firing law enforcement officers based on (I’ll be kind) dubious “science.” It’s that the officers’ experience, qualifications, conscience, and concerns didn’t matter at all. Rather than the health of employees, it seems to have become about “comply or else.” Damn the future consequences intended and unintended. Read more »

Many Calling for Cop-Hating Nevada Judge to Resign

By Steve Pomper  I was first made aware of this deplorable incident when I saw a tweet from the NPA’s own Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith. She said, “Nevada Circuit Judge Erika Ballou needs to resign for her racist, anti-police, anti-justice rhetoric in the courtroom.” Many agree with her. Sgt. Smith is right and then some. This Read more »