Category Archives: police

Time to Set The Record Straight

Since the Boston bombing incident, media outlets and other less than reliable news sources keep stating that police killed the older brother who was a suspect in the bombing.  Sources have been stating for the entire time that the younger … Continue reading

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Tragic Consequences

It has happened again, the word that police officers have been shot and then later, that both have died. This time in Topeka, Kansas. In my thirty-some years of law enforcement, I never cease to feel the devastation experienced when … Continue reading

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Connecticut Shootings

With at least 27 people killed in the most recent US shooting incident, I would encourage the pundits to refrain from playing politics or pontificating about social issues and gun control at least long enough for the families to grieve, … Continue reading

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Congress Tanks in the Gallup Ratings on Honesty and Ethical Conduct

The most recent Gallup poll ranks nurses, doctors, engineers and clergy, police officers and professors as some of the highest ranked among those surveyed in the areas of ethics and honesty.  Lawyers, journalists and members of Congress tanked.    Click here … Continue reading

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TSA and Flying the Ultimate Oxymoron

Some of you who have been following my posts since the beginning will remember that I was put on a “no fly” list right after 9-11 because the way the agencies developed the list was to create a haphazard combined … Continue reading

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Intersting Blog Posting

A friend of mine sent this link to me today.  It is from the St. Paul Pioneer Press.  There has been discussions for years about how education or the lack of it impacts police officers’ conduct and how they go … Continue reading

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