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How New York State Police is Addressing Officer Mental Health and Wellness
5 Thoughts on Policing Alongside Anti-Police District Attorneys
A Tale of Two Trends: Police Supporters… and Unsupported Police
Mad as Hell About Water Buckets—and the Ferguson Effect

Mad as Hell About Water Buckets—and the Ferguson Effect

One component of the Ferguson Effect is the glorification of anti-police sentiment, anti-police protests that turn violent, and attacks on officers—both verbal and physical. The latest social media videos of attacks on officers serve as proof that this wrongheaded thinking undeniably exists.

July 26, 2019

Love and Hate: Some Observations about the Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack

Love and Hate: Some Observations about the Pittsburgh Synagogue Attack

It's somewhat disappointing that it takes an act of evil for the pure good in people to come bubbling visibly to the surface, but when the deep-down-good does show itself, we are reminded that it's been there all along—it's just been hiding beneath the waterline.

November 2, 2018

Dunphy: Eric Garner Sealed His Own Fate

Dunphy: Eric Garner Sealed His Own Fate

I have nothing but admiration for Dr. Krauthammer and Messrs. Will and Yoo, but I don’t think I’m going too far out on a limb here in speculating that none of these men, for all their accomplishments, has ever had the experience of trying to arrest a 350-lb. man who has made it clear he does not wish to be arrested. I have, and I offer here a few lessons gleaned from that experience.

December 23, 2014