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Paying the Price

The migrant caravan brings us multi-faceted problems and costs, and the substantial financial impact should not be ignored.

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Protection Against Airborne Toxins

Officers will continue to come into contact with extremely strong and potentially lethal opioid drugs and need to be armed with scientifically validated facts and not fiction.

Eyes in the Sky

The bad guys are exploiting piloted aerial video for criminal purposes at an unrestricted pace, undeterred by laws, costs, or public perception. Law enforcement must put on its cape with the big "S" and prevail in this video star wars.

Hypocrisy in Congress

Many who believe the anti-Trump bias of an FBI agent didn't affect his investigation also believe every officer is biased against minorities.

Madness Control

There are not enough officers and investigators to scan the Internet and discern what's a viable threat.

Stop The Falling

If companies can predict consumer behavior with considerable accuracy, is it outside the realm of possibility that the same could be done for criminal behavior?

The LEOSA Blues

On Dec. 8, I retired from law enforcement after serving over 26 years, and joined the ranks of the LEOSA elite. The next day, I panicked and poked myself to see if blue blood was still running through my veins.

Data Tactics

To counter arguments of the media and activists, we need to do a better job capturing and sharing data on attacks against us.

America's Biggest Crime Scene

The U.S.-Mexico border is one of the most dangerous patrol areas in the country, and the Border Patrol agents who work its most remote areas are often many miles away from help.

Riding Out the Storm

I brought energy bars that I picked up en route. My mother looked at them and thought they were pet treats. Next time, I'll bring Snickers bars.