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DOJ Approves $10.5 Million for Alaskan Police

The DOJ is awarding the state of Alaska 10.5 million dollars, after the governor slashed $3 million from the state budget.

According to World is One News (WION), “US Attorney General William Barr on Friday declared a public-safety emergency in rural Alaska and pledged $10.5 million in federal funds to combat some of the nation`s...

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June 30, 2019  Robin Kinderman
Department of Justice, DOJ, Alaska, Alaskan Natives, Eskimos, Local police, Rural Police, domestic abuse, rape, child abuse, sexual assault, Dunleavy
DOJ Approves $10.5 Million for Alaskan Police

National Police Week 2019

What began in 1982 as a one-day memorial service attended by 120 law enforcement surviviors and supporters is now attended by thousands of officers from around the world, and lasts an entire week. 

The event has become such  big deal, in fact, that it has it’s own web site, complete with itineraries, a map of Washington...

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May 13, 2019  Robin Kinderman
national police week,honoring,law enforcement,peace officer,2019,events,ceremonies,celebrations
National Police Week 2019

New Database logs Police Abuses

According to the Daily Dot, an independently owned news website based out of Austin, Texas, USA Today has teamed up with "the Invisible Institute—a Chicago-based journalism organization that also runs Citizens Police Data Project, which records the city’s police brutality instances," to launch a...

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April 28, 2019  Robin Kinderman
police,database,abuse,use of force,chicago,baltimore,USA Today,crimes
New Database logs Police Abuses

Body Cams - Yay or Nay?

Today is election day, and in Madison, Wisconsin, the winner may depend on the issue of police body cameras.

Madison police officers currently do not wear body cameras, a pilot program being scrapped last year due to budget costs. A recent statewide study conducted by the Wisconsin Professional Police Association revealed that 94% of...

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April 1, 2019  Robin Kinderman
Police,body,camera,mayor,madison,election,candidate,privacy
Body Cams - Yay or Nay?

Are Sanctuary Cities/States Inherently Anti-Cop?

On December 26 of last year, Newman, California Corporal Ronil Singh was shot and killed by Paulo Virgen Mendoza when he pulled Mendoza over for suspected drunk driving. 

Mendoza not only had a warrant out for his arrest for unlicensed and uninsured driving, but he was also an illegal alien. After he fled the scene, seven of his...

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February 24, 2019  Robin Kinderman
police,ICE,immigration,illegal,alien,cop,sanctuary,california
Are Sanctuary Cities/States Inherently Anti-Cop?

Garry McCarthy - friend or foe of Chicago?

Former Chicago Superintendent Garry McCarthy is in hot water, depending on which publication you read. 

McCarthy - having previously worked for the police departments of New York City, Newark, and Chicago -- is currently campaigning to be Mayor of Chicago, and is getting a lot of grief for how he’s...

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January 22, 2019  Robin Kinderman
Chicago,Mayor,McCarthy,consent decrees,racism
Garry McCarthy - friend or foe of Chicago?

Departments Around the Country Experience Shortage

Thanks to the last few years of Black Lives Matter, the Ferguson Effect, and the radical Left doing anything else they can to eradicate our police force, departments around the country are now experiencing severe shortages. 

According to an article on www.wbur.org, the total number of sworn officers has fallen 23,000 since...

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December 19, 2018  Robin Kinderman
police,hiring,job,shortage,cops,career
Departments Around the Country Experience Shortage

Another Consent Decree for Chicago

The Chicago Police Department has a new consent decree to follow, because apparently the last one wasn’t good enough. 

According to the article "Torn Apart by Misconduct -- Chicago Police Brutality Survivors Call for Strong Consent Decree" posted on The Medill News Service, the consent decree has been in the process for...

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November 1, 2018  Robin Kinderman
Consent decree, Chicago, shooting, pointing, gun, brutality, police, officer, Van Dyke
Another Consent Decree for Chicago

NAPO’s response to Nike & Kaepernick

Whether or not you’re in the loop on what’s going on, you’ve surely seen the memes on social media poking fun at Nike and Colin Kaepernick.

What’s going on is that Kaepernick recently signed a multi-year contract with Nike, highlighting his act of kneeling during the National Anthem beginning in 2016. The ad reads...

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September 9, 2018  Robin Kinderman
Colin, Kaepernick, Nike, Sacrifice, NAPO, police, ads, memes
NAPO’s response to Nike & Kaepernick

"Do Not Resist" documentary focuses on the militarization of police

“Do Not Resist,” an independent film about police militarization, aired on PBS on Monday, February 12, 2018.

While the film focused on the aftermath of the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO in 2014, it also covered various law enforcement agencies across the nation that were receiving military equipment from the...

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February 13, 2018  Robin Kinderman
militarization, police, military, equipment, federalization, BEARCAT, SWAT team, Ferguson, BLM, Black Lives Matter, St. Louis, Michael Brown, armored vehicle

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