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San Francisco Restaurant Apologizes for Seating then Refusing to Serve Armed Officers

"We made a mistake and apologize for the unfortunate incident on Friday when we asked members of the San Francisco Police Department to leave our restaurant," the owners said in a statement.

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Officer Claims Discrimination for Treatment at Fast Food Take-Out Window

An officer with the Jacksonville (FL) Police Department is claiming that she was mistreated at a local fast-food take-out window simply because of the uniform she was wearing and the patrol vehicle she was driving.

Seattle Ice Cream Shop Bans Armed Police

“I feel it’s divisive rhetoric. I view it as political pandering,” said Mike Solan, president of the Seattle Police Officer’s Guild. He denounced the sign as “unreasonable activism” amid calls to defund the police.

Kansas Officer Resigns After Fabricating McDonald's "Pig" Coffee Cup

Herington Police Chief Brian Hornaday confirmed the unnamed officer made up the story about being given a coffee cup with "F-----g pig" written on it. Hornaday said the officer told him the incident was “meant to be a joke.”

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."

2 Restaurant Workers Fired for Refusing Service to Police Officer

Two employees—one a manager and one a cashier—of a restaurant in North Carolina have been fired after it was discovered that they refused to serve a police officer with the Roxboro Police Department.

Texas Restaurant Apologizes for Asking Armed Officer to Leave

A Brazilian Steakhouse released a statement apologizing after a manager at its San Antonio, TX, location mistakenly asked a local law enforcement officer to leave the restaurant Saturday night because he was carrying a gun.

In Response to Starbucks Incident Black Rifle Coffee Company Donating Coffee to Law Enforcement

The veteran owned and operated BRCC’s “Coffee For Cops” campaign will donate a bag of coffee to law enforcement agencies for every purchase until July 12; up to 10,000 bags will be distributed to agencies across the nation.

Tempe Officers, Chief Meet with Starbucks Execs Over Treatment of Police

Tempe Officers Association President Rob Ferraro says Starbucks again apologized for the July 4 incident, and the police officers "came away from the meeting feeling heard and respected."

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Uniformed North Carolina Deputy Rejected from Jewelry Store for Duty Weapon

A deputy with the Iredell County Sheriff's Office was turned away from a national jewelry store chain as he attempted to pick up his fiancé's engagement ring. The reason: the uniformed law enforcement officer was wearing his duty weapon.

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