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Canadian Officer Ordered to Remove "Punisher" Patch from Uniform

The patch—which had the image of the comic book character as well as the phrase, "Make no mistake, I am the sheepdog"—reportedly raised the ire of some citizens, who notified command staff of the officer's addition to his uniform.

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NYPD Changing Shift Schedule to Deal With Violence, Protests, COVID-19

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea ordered two-thirds of all cops under the rank of captain who have off both Saturdays and Sundays to switch their shifts.

3 NYPD Officers Seriously Injured, Chief Suffers Broken Finger During Protester Attack

The officers were reportedly marching with community members protesting the city's unprecedented rise in gun violence. It appears they were attacked by anti-police counter protesters.

California Agency Plans After-Action Report Following Protests

The San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) is preparing an after action report to identify "lessons learned" and "what worked well" during recent protests in which the agency used crowd control tactics to quell a disturbance.

Father of Fallen Louisville Officer Criticizes Elected Officials for Lack of Leadership

An officer who is now retired from the Louisville Metro Police Department has expressed frustration with elected leaders in that city as well as agency command staff for what he calls "inadequate" leadership amid ongoing protests following the shooting death of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor in late May.

Former Head of Seattle Police Union Comments on Officers Abandoning Station

"It is beyond me that you could let a taxpayer funded building go by the wayside."

Denver Police Department Bans Chokeholds and Makes Other UOF Policy Changes

The Denver Police Department on Sunday announced changes to the department's use-of-force policies, banning chokeholds and requiring officers to report any incident in which they point a sidearm at an individual.

NYPD Official Criticizes Release from Jail for Prisoners Charged with Gun Crimes

A top NYPD official targeted the justice system in New York City on Tuesday for allowing too many people arrested for gun possession in the borough of Brooklyn to walk out of court without bail set in their cases.

Coronavirus: Amid COVID-19 Outbreak, Police Press Forward

This is going to get worse—far, far worse—before it's going to get better, but contrary to what many in the mainstream media would have you believe, the world is not ending. We are going to get through this—the question is, "When?"

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Former Dallas Chief Named Chicago's New Top Cop

Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Thursday that she selected Dallas' former police chief, David Brown, to be Chicago's next police superintendent.