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<p>According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), more than 115 people die by overdose on opioids &mdash; prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl &mdash; every day in America. That&#39;s roughly the equivalent of one (mostly-full) 737 airliner auguring into the earth every day.</p>

How Can Law Enforcement Mitigate the Opioid Crisis in America?  

July 13, 2018
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), more than 115 people die by overdose on opioids — prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl — every day in America. That's roughly the equivalent of one (mostly-full) 737 airliner auguring into the earth every day.

What Does the FBI’s Latest Study on Active Shooters Really Mean?  

July 6, 2018
In late June, the FBI released what it called Phase Two of the agency’s ongoing examination of active killer events that took place between 2000 and 2013. The recent report revealed very little that law enforcement professionals didn’t already know.
<p>Too many LEOs are dying beside the road because they were accidentally struck by another vehicle.&nbsp;</p>

How to Minimize Accidental “Struck By” Duty Deaths  

June 29, 2018
Too many LEOs are dying beside the road because they were accidentally struck by another vehicle.

Lip Sync Battles, Dance Offs, and Comedic Skits  

June 28, 2018
If you want to change the public’s opinion on officers, do something really meaningful for the people you serve.

Living with PTSD: Your Life Means Something  

June 21, 2018
There will be times that you are going to want to give up — you may even want to try to take your own life. Don’t.

Proposed California Use-of-Force Bill Won't Make Anyone Safer  

April 13, 2018
If a police officer’s use of deadly force is deemed to be unnecessary to them and to people who share their beliefs, that officer can expect to be prosecuted and, if not imprisoned, run through a years-long ordeal that will ruin him physically, emotionally, and financially. And this, they promise, will protect the community.

The Stephon Clark Protests are Perpetuating a Lie  

March 30, 2018
After the shooting, one officer can be heard asking his partner, “You all right? You hit?” indicating he thought Clark had a gun and was shooting back.

Dunphy: Stephon Clark Shooting was Justified  

March 27, 2018
Both officers peek around the corner, at which time one of them shouts, “Show me your hands!” followed immediately by “Gun, gun, gun!” Both officers open fire, killing Clark.

LAPD Chief to Retire: Get Ready for Backstabbing and Bloodletting  

January 29, 2018
Most qualified? That’s so 20th century. It won’t be a factor in naming the next chief. The eventual selectee will have triumphed through some combination of the right ethnic and gender profile and an ability to survive the knife fight about to begin. What fun it will be to watch.

A Wasted "Teachable Moment"  

September 26, 2017
According to the coach, his teachable moment for his players was to let them know that "it’s OK to stand up for what you believe in." I’m not arguing that premise, as long as we understand that an 8-year-old has no understanding of what so-called "social injustice' is.
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