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Deadly Roads

According to WOSU in Ohio, Columbus police and local tow companies want to reduce roadside hazards for tow truck operators with more enforcement of ‘move over’ laws. But that’s going to require some funding. James and Jack Carpenter both drove tow trucks in the Columbus area for more than 20 years. Sadly 54 year old

Corrupt Politico Exposed by former San Jose Officer

Today, a former San Jose police officer came forward with a declaration sworn under penalty of perjury that suggests Mayor Chuck Reed’s political consultant Victor Ajlouny offered him money and his job back if he would lie and claim that the POA asked him to quit.              

Trouble sleeping?

Shift work causes disruptions in sleep and so does stress, too much alcohol and caffeine at the end of the day. Cops experience all these things and more on a regular basis. Here’s some helpful info on how you can sleep better by a leading sleep expert, Dr. Buxton at the Division of Sleep Medicine

Protestors Arrested at IACP Meeting

On Monday three protestors were arrested outside the Orange County Convention Center as the IACP gathered within.  They were reportedly advocating for better relations between police and minorities. There was some contention about whether they were on public property or not, with both sides’ lawyers offering different opinions.  The IACP side claims the convention is

Deadly Roads

According to WOSU in Ohio, Columbus police and local tow companies want to reduce roadside hazards for tow truck operators with more enforcement of ‘move over’ laws. But that’s going to require some funding. James and Jack Carpenter both drove tow trucks in the Columbus area for more than 20 years. Sadly 54 year old

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Protestors Arrested at IACP Meeting

On Monday three protestors were arrested outside the Orange County Convention Center as the IACP gathered within.  They were reportedly advocating for better relations between police and minorities. There was some contention about whether they were on public property or not, with both sides’ lawyers offering different opinions.  The IACP side claims the convention is

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Deadly Roads

According to WOSU in Ohio, Columbus police and local tow companies want to reduce roadside hazards for tow truck operators with more enforcement of ‘move over’ laws. But that’s going to require some funding. James and Jack Carpenter both drove tow trucks in the Columbus area for more than 20 years. Sadly 54 year old

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Trouble sleeping?

Shift work causes disruptions in sleep and so does stress, too much alcohol and caffeine at the end of the day. Cops experience all these things and more on a regular basis. Here’s some helpful info on how you can sleep better by a leading sleep expert, Dr. Buxton at the Division of Sleep Medicine

Above & Beyond

Corrupt Politico Exposed by former San Jose Officer

Today, a former San Jose police officer came forward with a declaration sworn under penalty of perjury that suggests Mayor Chuck Reed’s political consultant Victor Ajlouny offered him money and his job back if he would lie and claim that the POA asked him to quit.              

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A Slap on the Wrist

It’s not common but it does happen- a fake cop pulling over a real one instead of the intended victim. According to Cleveland.com, in Aakron, Ohio a man known to be a police impersonator tried to stop an actual Akron police officer. David Scofield, 50, of Lancaster has already been convicted of police impersonation but

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The Top 10 Fictional officers I’d least like to be questioned by

1. Lt. Edmund Exley with Officer Bud White standing slightly behind him. (L.A. Confidential 1997) 2. Oslo Police Detective Nicholas Ramm (Bloody Angels, Norwegian film from 1998 w/subtitles) 3. Fargo Police Officer Marge Gunderson (Fargo 1996) 4. Bill Duke as the unnamed detective. (Menace to Society 1993) 5. New York Police Department Detective Jimmy “Popeye”

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