Cops High Five use of beer bong at philles game. It is tough to make this 50 characters, but I wonder how often something like this could happen. Should we give these cops a Liberty Service Medal, for recognizing the right of a citizen to pursue happiness? I wonder how many cops would be checking regulations to find something to charge her with.Read more »
A Portland police bureau traffic police officer Mark James showed his soft side when he stopped his chase to help a mother duck and her ducklings cross the road.Read more »
TV gets stolen. Cops actually find it. Thanks to Netflix.Read more »
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. has a message for residents: learn how to use a gun.
With budget cutbacks putting a strain on law enforcement, simply calling 911 might not cut it in a life-or-death or situation, Clarke said in a new radio ad this month. Safety is “no longer a spectator sport,” he says. “I need you in the game.”
“With officers laid off and furloughed, simply calling 911 and waiting is no longer your best option,” Clark adds. “You can beg for mercy from a violent criminal, hide under the bed, or you can fight back. But are you prepared?”Read more »
From the article:
"SALT LAKE CITY — Mounted on the side of a pair of sunglasses is what Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank says is the future of police work.
The body cameras work like dash cameras already in police cars — they they'll provide an eye-level view of an officers one on one interaction with the public. Burbank says the body cameras are the "wave of the future" when it comes to police work and transparency."Read more »
" Chicago police retaliated against two officers who helped the FBI investigate police misconduct, warning them they risked "coming home in a box because the team won't help you on the street," the officers claim in Federal Court "
they where dealing with the drug war.. but it goes to show what happens when cops talk out.Read more »
Tony Ryan, Denver police officer of 36 years: "That's the theme of the second ad from the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol camp: that marijuana does not lead to violent crime and that by allowing law enforcement to stop focusing on pot busts and instead freeing up their resources to be focused on serious crime, communities in Colorado will be safer."Read more »
here is my sheriff i was talking about today when i called in the showRead more »
Riverside County Sheriff's deputies pepper sprayed and beat a grandfather to death as he waited to pick up his granddaughter from Norco High School, the family claims in court. The Katzes claim Warburg and others pepper-sprayed and beat Dennis Katz to death on Sept. 22, 2011. He died early the next day. He was 68. They say the grandpa was parked legally on Norco High School property, waiting to pick up his granddaughter, when "RCSD deputies arrived and began to question Mr. Katz while he was seated within his vehicle. He was then ordered to exit the vehicle for unknown reasons."Read more »
In this soon-to-be-classic video one cop pulls over another cop for speeding.Read more »
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