December 22, 2015 Officers from the Suwanee, Ga. Police Department will be the first to say that they are doing their jobs, but it is how they are doing them that makes a difference. To them, the people that they are protecting and serving it is making a big difference that is being noticed.
Continue reading “Suwanee, Ga. Police Officers Protect Serve and earn a reputation as the good guys”
In York, S.C. recently a man was stopped in a store for shoplifting a pair of shoes. The reason he stole them was because he was in desperate need of them after being released from jail with nothing but a pair of flip flops on his feet. The man was in a tough spot that was getting tougher. Continue reading “York, S.C. Lt. Keith Wills responds to shoplifter helps a troubled man”
NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association published the following video to their Youtube account:
We have nothing to add except hundreds of thousands of Police officers are wounded and disabled beyond the numbers that have been posted by the producers of the video. These numbers have never been counted and those officers are forgotten.
Offer a prayer or a moment of thanks for them and their service if you would because you will never hear about them.
One of the biggest problems that Law Enforcement faces today is perception of what a Law Enforcement Officer does , how they do it and if they are doing it right. Let’s have some clarification for the citizens and discussions for the Officers.
Continue reading “Police Narrative Perceptions and Training”
On December 4, 2015 L.A.P.D. Police Officer Deon Joseph discusses how things have changed in 20 years he has spent on the Police Force and has a special message to the people he went to the academy with.
His message is very important to every Police Officer now serving as well. He states more eloquently than I the important tools of the trade of Police work and this is a must see, must share video.
Congratulations to Officer Deon Joseph on 20 years of service though we hope you don’t retire too soon, great Officers with your wisdom are hard to find and take a career to train!