Virtue and the Streets: A Dummy’s Guide to Police Work – by Fred Reed

Encountering almost daily criticisms of the police by Pathologically Virtuous Whites of the sort one finds at Salon and NPR, many of these criticisms being nonsensical, I find myself wanting to ask these unpleasantly nice people:

Do you know any cops? Have you ever known any? I mean known them well enough  to have a beer with after work, or to invite to a get-together at your house. Have you ever really talked to a cop? Continue reading “Virtue and the Streets: A Dummy’s Guide to Police Work – by Fred Reed”

Akron Police and Kids bond through 10th summer program

Police and kids in Akron spent a great day for the 10th year in a row together in memory of a fallen officer to provide children who have been victims of/or witnesses to crime and trauma, a fun-filled day free of violence.

On July 29th Police Officers from Akron, OH. Spent the day with local kids for the 10th year in a row having a picnic as they mentored the children and played together in what has become the KNAFF Picnic. (Kids Need a Firm Foundation) Continue reading “Akron Police and Kids bond through 10th summer program”

Carbondale, Il. Officer Shot Suspects at large

Officers investigating shots fired attempted to stop a vehicle involved with the shooting only to be fired upon. One Officer was hit and seriously injured. A manhunt is underway for the suspects

Carbondale, Il. At about 11:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 31 in the 700 block of North Robert A. Stalls Street officers on patrol heard gunfire and headed toward it. They observed a tan, four door vehicle that drove off. Continue reading “Carbondale, Il. Officer Shot Suspects at large”