Monthly Archives: August 2016

Sports and Politics…

Colin Kaepernick and other athletes need to remember where their opportunities came from instead of being idiots… Continue reading

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Reserving Comment…

Often unnoticed and underappreciated, reserve officers deserve more respect from us all. Continue reading

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The Dispatch 10…

Put a bunch of street cops in a room for any period of time and it’s bound to be a topic of conversation eventually.  We’ve all had our share of good and bad ones, and there are plenty that fall … Continue reading

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Broken Windows Matter

The “Broken Window Policing” theory was published in the early 1980’s as a general construct.  It’s main tenet is that once a community begins to turn a blind eye to minor criminal activity, more serious criminal activity is inherently inbound. … Continue reading

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Suspicious?  Here’s Why I Am…

http://uniformstories.com/police/lists/10-ways-to-raise-a-police-officer-s-suspicion

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