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An Open Letter to America

Social movements are now debasing and denigrating the remarkably hard-working profession that has brought you extraordinarily safe streets. All that these caring public servants have ever asked for is your gratitude and respect. Take that away and I can no longer encourage these wonderful people to maintain their faith in you.

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New York Police Union President Rails Against Media Portrayal of Police as "Thugs"

"By badge is not stained by someone in Minnesota," O'Meara said standing in front of a group of officers.

San Francisco Chief Bans Use of "Thin Blue Line" Facial Masks

The chief of the San Francisco Police Department has banned the use of facial masks that bear the pattern of the "Thin Blue Line" flag during the COVID-19 pandemic .

[Webinar] 5 Key Ways to Reduce Liability Risks

Police Magazine is hosting a free webinar Jan. 30 to explain how police departments can work to reduce liability risks and protect themselves.

Dave Smith: What is to Become of Us?

In these difficult times, we need to take control of our lives and improve the world as best we can.

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.

Police Dreams

Why Are Officers' Dreams Mostly Bad and Often Stressful?

FBI Investigating Deputy "Gangs" in LA County Sheriff’s Department

The FBI is investigating a secret society of tattooed deputies in East Los Angeles as well as similar gang-like groups elsewhere within the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Quotes to Inspire Greatness in Law Enforcement

Here are some of my favorite quotes—some of which are famous and some of which are somewhat obscure—framed in the context of policing in 2019 and beyond.

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Tony Danza, Josh Groban to Star in New "Family Friendly" Netflix Police Procedural

According to a Netflix press release, "this 'odd couple' become unofficial partners as Tony Sr. offers his overly-cautious son blunt, street-wise advice on everything from handling suspects to handling women."