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Police Militarization: An Argument in Favor of LBVs, APCs, and 1033

The debate on "militarization" of American law enforcement has deep history. However, the discussion should now turn to the future of public safety in the United States.

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Abolishing LE Agencies: The Road to Hell

Some social justice activists are seriously arguing for the abolition of police agencies. And that's a nightmare in the making.

Antifa, Other Radical Groups Wreak Havoc on New York Subway System

Members of the group Antifa joined with other anti-police groups in unleashing havoc on the New York City subway system on Friday, leaving in their wake vandalized stations, demolished turnstiles, and other property damage.

Anti-Police Demonstrators Gather at NYC Subway Terminal During Rush Hour

Masked anti-law enforcement protesters flooded Grand Central Terminal in New York City at the start of rush hour Friday in an attempt to shut down the commuter hub—but the whole thing lasted only around 30 minutes.

The De-Policing Crisis

Even after lowering the hiring standards, many agencies can't fill their ranks. In some cities it's common for detectives and other plainclothes personnel to be sent out in uniform on patrol. In some jurisdictions it's not unusual for patrol units to field 50% of their allocated officers because they just don't have enough people to do the job.

5 Thoughts on Policing Alongside Anti-Police District Attorneys

Newsflash: The District Attorney is not your friend and never will be, despite the fact that on paper they are supposed to be your partners in putting criminals behind bars.

Video: Rioters Dump Trash on NYPD Squad Car on Halloween

Video surfaced on social media late last week of officers with the New York Police Department attempting to clean trash and debris off a squad car in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn on Halloween.

Politics, Press, Police Use-of-Force, De-Policing, and Deadly Hesitation

California Governor Gavin Newsom, Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren, and NYPD Police Commissioner James O'Neill (left to right) have all made headlines in the past couple of weeks that may lead to worsening the continuing trends of deadly hesitation and de-policing in America. Images courtesy of Facebook.

South Bend Mayor and Presidential Candidate Buttigieg: "It's Not Anti-Police to be Pro-Racial Justice"

"One of the things that I really need to continue conveying to our police officers is that it is not anti-police to be pro-racial justice," Buttigieg said in Chicago while speaking to press at the Rev. Jesse Jackson's Rainbow PUSH Coalition International Convention Business Breakfast.

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Phoenix Chief Promises Changes in Department During Angry Meeting Over Shoplifting Incident

Appearing frustrated at times, Williams assured those gathered that the meeting would not be the last. "We are here to listen, we are here to make change," she said.