RT @charleywilkison: OIS, El Paso Co, traffic stop, Deputy shot 5 times, transported to hospital, no news re suspect, Sr Atty Jim Jopling i…
RT @oaklandpoliceca: Today, the Oakland Police Department honors our four officers who lost their lives 10 years ago today. Sergeant Dunaki…
We must enable LE to address these issues with adequate training and tools. Criminalizing their actions as suggeste… https://t.co/FRup7paQWO
You can help by visiting https://t.co/6wiJUlTpo8 and sending a message to your elected officials now.
Scary incident at the Chowchilla Police Department. It's critical that we take every precaution to keep officers an… https://t.co/yOov6fx6Ec
RT @SDPOA: Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of the Kittitas County deputy killed and officer wounded in shooting af…
Yet another attack on LE while simply serving the community. Today Deputy Peter Herrera with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office - EPCSO was needlessly shot multiple times during a traffic stop. Deputy Herrera at this time he is in critical condition. A fundraiser account has been set up on Facebook. #EnoughIsEnough
An El Paso County sheriff's deputy was shot in the head during a traffic stop in San Elizario, Texas. A fundraiser has raised thousands in one day.
If you have some extra time, this news special by KOMO News on the current issues facing the Seattle Police Department is a must watch. This is a heartbreaking example of why California needs SB 230, comprehensive legislation that allows for “enforcement and intervention." We must enable law enforcement to address mental health and homelessness issues with adequate training and tools. Criminalizing their actions as suggested in AB 392 (and similar Washington Initiative 940), or de-criminalizing the actions of those breaking the law, will not solve the problem. #YesOnSB230
Seattle Is Dying. It's a harsh title. Someone on social media even called it a "hopeless" title. I'll admit to you that I wrestled with the name for some time. Too dramatic, I wondered? Too dark? In the end I went with it because I believe it to be true...
Peace officers make extremely difficult decisions in tense and rapidly evolving incidents every day - #AB392 would criminalize those decisions and put law enforcement lives in jeopardy. We can't let that happen. Support public safety! Support #SB230!
You can help by visiting https://porac.org/sb230 and sending a message to your elected officials now.
Scary incident at the Chowchilla Police Department. It's critical that we take every precaution to keep officers and law enforcement personnel safe.
A man was arrested outside the Chowchilla Police Department after he tried to ambush an officer with a knife.
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