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Reforming Bail Reform: Thoughts on Finding a Middle Ground

Bail reform in its current form is not a sustainable solution, just as the previous system was bound to collapse under its own weight.

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Dave Smith: Our Gilded Rage

Americans are only getting angrier, and LEOs are increasingly finding themselves on the receiving end of that anger.

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 Need for Courage in Law Enforcement

Today's officers have to be brave now in the face of danger and in the face of public condemnation and media second-guessing.

College Professor Suggests Abolishing All Police Agencies

In an op-ed piece published by the Philadelphia Inquirer, George Ciccariello-Maher—a visiting scholar at the College of William and Mary and the author of "A World Without Police" which has yet to be released—says that police should be replaced by "family, friends, and neighbors."

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.

2019 in Review: American Police Officers Under Fire From All Angles

I try really hard to have a positive outlook. However, by all accounts, the year 2019 was an especially brutal one for law enforcement in America, so this year's final column is going to be unapologetically reflective of this undeniable fact.

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2 California Deputies Refused Service at Starbucks—Company Apologizes

After two deputies with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department were denied service at a local Starbucks coffee shop, Sheriff Chad Bianco said on Twitter that "the anti-police culture repeatedly displayed by Starbucks employees must end."