The National Police Association Mobile Billboard Shares the Support the Police Message in Phoenix, Arizona

The National Police Association Mobile Billboard Shares the Support the Police Message in Phoenix, Arizona

Indianapolis/ October 19, 2023 –As Phoenix, AZ public safety continues to be threatened by the prospect of the City surrendering local control of its 500 officer short police department to the federal government, the National Police Association’s “Cops are Heroes” mobile billboard hit the streets to show support for local law enforcement. The National Police Read more »

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Crimefighters Combatting Cancer

By Stephen Owsinski As we navigate the calendar month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness campaigns draw attention to the bravery exhibited by women who found themselves in that battle, surviving to talk about their personal experiences. Some of the cancer survivors are crimefighting law enforcement officers… One example comes to us from the Hillsborough County Read more »

Massachusetts Continues Attempt to Infringe Citizens’ Self-Defense Rights

By Steve Pomper Let’s follow-up on a disgrace we covered, occurring in the birthplace of American liberty, Massachusetts. Disgraceful, yes, but we begin with some good news. According to the Boston Herald, “The state’s police chiefs do not support the Legislature’s efforts to strengthen Massachusetts [anti-] gun laws [aimed at law-abiding gun owners] – and it’s unanimous.” I Read more »

Stopping Crazy Drivers

By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D It is a decision every patrol officer must eventually make – to chase or not to chase. A 4,000-pound missile of iron traveling at high speed is a deadly weapon from a millisecond of a poor decision or plain bad luck. If an officer pursues, will a resulting crash Read more »

Coddling Criminals, Corruption, and Rising Crime

By Steve Pomper Seattle City Hall next to King County Admin Building with King County Jail in Background As I prepared to submit this article, along with other horrified Americans, I was outraged by the carnage Hamas savages recently inflicted on Israeli (and two dozen other nations’) men, women, and children. For NPA purposes, I thought, Read more »

‘Paying the Piper’: Portland Public Safety Commish Emphasizes Damages of ‘Justice Reforms’

By Stephen Owsinski After the weekend stats were in regarding calls heeded by first responders, on Monday, October 2, 2023, Portland Public Safety Commissioner Rene Gonzalez publicly requested that people refrain from calling 9-1-1 unless life-and-death circumstances were present. Why? “Our 911 system is getting hammered this morning with a multiple-person incident — multiple overdoses Read more »

Blinding Example of Removing Lady Justice’s Blindfold

By Steve Pomper Many recent cultural catchphrases converge in current stories, like gaslighting, no one’s above the law, mostly peaceful protests, and insurrection.  I know cops who were accused of an appearance of impropriety (gratuities: coffee, meals, dry cleaning discounts, small gifts, etc.), and who were investigated for “honesty” offenses (Can you imagine that in light of what we’re Read more »

The National Police Association Mobile Billboard Shares the Support the Police Message in Harris County, Texas

Indianapolis/ October 11, 2023 –As Harris County, TX public safety continues to be threatened by judges who refuse to hold criminals accountable, the National Police Association’s “Cops are Heroes” mobile billboard shows support for law enforcement. The National Police Association (NPA) is a 501(c)3 Educational/Advocacy non-profit organization. For additional information visit www.nationalpolice.org. ###

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Thanks to Airport Police, Friendly Skies Starts on the Ground

By Stephen Owsinski I came across footage depicting a brawl at Orlando International Airport whereby a man with two bloated bags (one seemingly shaped like a guitar case) was trying to breach security screening stations by pushing his way past Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents. The general impression was that this individual didn’t feel his Read more »