Cops Caring for Families of the Fallen: ‘It’s All About the White Chairs’

Disgraced Radical U.S. Attorney for Mass. Racheal Rollins Resigns

By Steve Pomper Disgraced former U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Racheal Rollins Woo Hoo! I enjoy it any time I get to use the German word Schadenfreude because that’s what I am feeling. It means taking pleasure in someone else’s misfortune. I know that sounds despicable and perhaps would be if it didn’t involve someone, well…, so despicable.  Read more »

Gunfights: It Ain’t Like TV

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D The headlines don’t begin to tell the story. “Bodycam Shows Gruesome Moment Fla. Sheriff’s Officer Shot”, ” Fla. deputy ends hostage standoff with career criminal holding woman at knifepoint”, “Armed Man Waiting for Officer Smokes Meth in Calif. Station Lobby”, “13-year-old opens fire several times on Fla. officers, wounding Read more »

Confusion in the Chaos of School Emergencies

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D After the apparent lack of swift response to the school shooter in Uvalde, Texas, parents can panic over what might seem to be inaction on the part of the law enforcement response to emergencies in their own neighborhoods. There are two things the public, and law enforcement leaders, must Read more »

‘Paint the Town Blue’ for National Police Week

By Stephen Owsinski Heralding our nation’s brave law enforcement officers throughout the year is pinnacled during National Police Week, from May 14 thru 20, 2023. Police agencies across America hold localized events commemorating the fallen at their memorial sites. Independently, citizens show their police support by illuminating blue lights at homes and businesses. In Florida, Read more »

Accountability and Transparency

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D In 2020, Edward Bronstein, whose autopsy showed “extreme methamphetamine intoxication” died while being restrained during a blood draw for a driving under the influence arrest. Seven California law officers and one nurse were charged with manslaughter. In 2019 Mario Terruso, arrested after he wandered into a home incoherent and Read more »

Illegal Aliens Still Wrecking Americans’ Lives, Including Cops

By Steve Pomper While the current federal regime pretends the border is secure after it’s allowed millions of illegal aliens to swarm the U.S. southern border with Mexico, the onslaught against innocent Americans continues. And they expect U.S. law enforcement to just handle it (without allowing them to enforce existing laws. According to the New York Post, a Read more »

Florida Gov. DeSantis Strengthens Public Safety with Bevy of ‘Law-and-Order’ Bills

By Stephen Owsinski On May 1, 2023, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis once again galvanized the Sunshine State’s sovereignty against ludicrous woke ideologies, increasingly supporting the brave men and women who place themselves on the frontlines, ensuring public safety on behalf of citizens and visitors. Governor DeSantis put pen to legislative papers, signing “into law his Read more »