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Former Arkansas Police Officer Becomes Television News Reporter

September 19, 2018
According to a news release from THV11, Adam Bledsoe—the former Public Information Officer for the Faulkner County (AR) Sheriff’s Office—will be joining the station as a feature reporter.

Louisiana State Police Superintendent Says Newspaper Should 'Move Forward'

September 2, 2018
In a letter to the editors of The Advocate, Louisiana State Police Superintendent Kevin Reeves said that the newspaper has unnecessarily made mention of an incident that occurred more than 20 months ago in news coverage unrelated to that event.

A Plague of Deadly Hesitation, De-Motivation, and De-Policing in America

August 17, 2018
Police in a variety of places have talked about trepidation to act when action is the only reasonable response. They have spoken about fearing the aftermath of a deadly force encounter more than they do the incident itself. However, we need to be redoubling our efforts to re-establish proactive policing and aggressive crime fighting.

Cleanup on Aisle Four: Policing in America Today

August 16, 2018
Hopefully, as people appreciate and understand what their public servants do for them on a 24/7 basis, more of them will appreciate police officers for what most of them are — good people who want to help others.

Video: Chicago Officer More Afraid of Media Scrutiny than Dying on Duty

August 14, 2018
Citing the "Ferguson effect," a 20-year veteran officer with the Chicago (IL) Police Department — speaking anonymously and with a concealed face and voice — told a local television news station that he is "more concerned about what the media is going to think about me, what they're going to put on the news, or how I'm going to be portrayed as this evil person" than of being killed in the line of duty.

Chicago Officer More Afraid of Media Scrutiny than Dying on Duty

August 14, 2018
Citing the "Ferguson effect," a 20-year veteran officer with the Chicago (IL) Police Department — speaking anonymously and with a concealed face and voice — told a local television news station that he is "more concerned about what the media is going to think about me, what they're going to put on the news, or how I'm going to be portrayed as this evil person" than of being killed in the line of duty. More Here.

Ornery Little Facts

August 8, 2018

Police are not the enemy of the American public despite what the activists and media say.

FOP: "Activist, One-Sided" Media Unfairly Reporting on Chicago OIS

July 17, 2018
Chicago FOP President Kevin Graham said in a blog post that “activist, one-sided” news media is “ramping up every angle they could muster to paint” the police shooting of Harith Augustus as “unjustified.”

Data Tactics

February 8, 2018

To counter arguments of the media and activists, we need to do a better job capturing and sharing data on attacks against us.

NC Agency Teaches Media the Difficulty of Arresting Resisting Suspect

October 16, 2017
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department recently invited local media to its training academy to learn how difficut it can be to take a resisting suspect into custody.

Video: NC Agency Teaches Media the Difficulty of Arresting Resisting Suspect

October 16, 2017
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department recently invited local media to its training academy to learn how difficut it can be to take a resisting suspect into custody.

How to Succeed as a First-time Supervisor

September 5, 2017

Prepare for a leadership role by acquiring the skills and training you'll need.

CNN's Tapper Gets in Twitter War with Women's March Movement Over Their Support for Cop Killer Shakur

July 19, 2017
CNN reporter and anchor Jake Tapper called out the Women's March yesterday on Twitter for their support for convicted cop killer Assata Shakur after the organization tweeted the fugitive a happy birthday message.

Media: Getting in Front of the Story

August 9, 2016

I know one thing for sure: neither cops nor reporters understand each other. The role of the media is to be a check on government, including law enforcement. And law enforcement's role is the motto written on the side of LAPD's patrol cars: "to protect and to serve."

Helinet Aviation to Show Helicopters at American Heroes Air Show in California

June 16, 2016
The American Heroes Air Show is a helicopter-only, admission-free aviation event designed to demonstrate to the public, media, and community officials the vital and diverse roles of rotary aviation. Helinet will be displaying two of its helicopters.

"Unarmed" Suspects and Un-brained Media

September 2, 2014
Few if any pseudo-journalists or pseudo-pundits on the nightly news have bothered to mention Graham v. Connor, which for a full quarter century has been the law of the land regarding how to evaluate a police use of force.

The Fourth Estate and Law Enforcement's Eighth Deadly Sin

October 10, 2013
One would have thought that the news media—for all its protestations of harms incurred at the hands of police—might have adopted some form of its own Hippocratic oath by now. That it would swear to avoid putting cops and citizens in danger.

Drawing First Blood

October 9, 2013

Reporters rarely get all the facts right because the facts are hazy by the time their first stories are posted on the Web, broadcast, or inked onto paper. That haziness doesn't clear until the official investigation is complete. By then the reporters have created a "truth" that persists in the public consciousness.

N.M. Chief: Extramarital Agency Affairs Are 'Nature at Play'

July 25, 2013
Albuquerque's departing police chief is receiving harsh criticism for appearing to condone extramarital affairs among his officers during an on-air interview with KOB-TV's Tom Joles.

Wounded Officer: Rolling Stone 'Could Have Picked Anybody Else' for Cover

July 18, 2013
The Massachusetts transit officer wounded in the Boston Marathon bombing manhunt told the Today Show Thursday he thought Rolling Stone magazine's cover picturing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev may glorify the accused bomber.
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