Cops Rolling Out Novel Programs

Cops Rolling Out Novel Programs

By Stephen Owsinski Cops are dutifully fashioned to pay attention to details, and they cover the gamut of everything under the sun and the moon and the stars. Law enforcement officers come up with some novel approaches and programs offered to the American public for paramount safety, personal enhancement, and overall best-foot-forward existence. Speaking of Read more »

School Resource Officer Jails a Predator

By Stephen Owsinski A Grants Pass, OR policeman assigned as a school resource officer at an alternative school campus went above and beyond to nab a child predator who lured a young female student into his vehicle where he sexually assaulted her and tried to recruit her into prostitution. According to the National Association of Read more »

Kids Collect Autographs from New Cops

By Stephen Owsinski There is something very telling about school-age children asking for autographs from five brand-new cops whose first day on patrol included a visit to a local school. The Norwood Police Department in Massachusetts had a swearing-in ceremony on February 2, 2023, with five new police officers jutting their hands and vowing their 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 »

Advocate Travels Nation to Teach Cops About Autism Dynamics

By Stephen Owsinski A 22-year-old autistic man named Alex Mann recently visited the Lumberton Township, New Jersey police department, chalking up his 291st visit to a law enforcement agency. Besides his admiration of cops, Mr. Mann is touring the American landscape to teach cops about the many dynamics of autism and how to handle interactions Read more »