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VIDEO: Cop’s No Dummy

Via WGNTV.com: EAU CLAIRE, Wis. – After a man pretending to be an IRS agent left a threatening voicemail for a Wisconsin police officer, the department decided to call back.   In the Facebook video of the exchange, officer Kyle Roder calls the number and asks, “Hello, is this the IRS? It said to call

Boss Spies On Cops

Via The Marshall News Messenger: Marshall (TX) — Police Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa (pictured above) denies targeting officers by secretly installing GPS tracking systems in their patrol cars or making inappropriate public comments about personnel — allegations brought to the city’s attention by the Texas Municipal Police Association.   TMPA, a labor organization that aims

Officer, Others Killed

Via CNN: Three civilians and a police officer were killed Wednesday in a shooting incident in northern Wisconsin, Everest Metropolitan Police Chief Wally Sparks said.   Police said the shootings occurred at three locations in the Wausau area.   The officer, from the Everest Metropolitan Police Department in Schofield, was killed in the line of

VIDEO: Gas Sickens Cop

Via KRISTV.com: An Austin police officer is recovering after falling ill from carbon monoxide poisoning while in his patrol vehicle.   The officer was in his Ford patrol vehicle early Saturday morning when he began feeling nauseous.   Officials say he then hit a curb and called for help.   The officer was taken to

Improving Economy Hurts LE Recruitment

Improving Economy Is a Challenge to Law Enforcement Recruitment by ALADS Board of Directors A recent Wall Street Journal article entitled “Robust Job Growth, High Wages Show Solid Labor Market” should be a wake-up call for local governments looking to hire officers. A Desert Sun article titled “Where Have All the Cops Gone?” highlights the issues

Cops, Meet Bus!

Via HeraldNet.com: A new federal report calls out the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Department (WA) for its “non-cooperation” with President Donald Trump’s stepped-up efforts to round up and deport those in this country illegally. And county Sheriff Ty Trenary (above) isn’t the least bit pleased by what seems a public shaming of law enforcement agencies that

Brady Thanks Cops

Via Comcast Sports New England: Tom Brady is happy that law-enforcement authorities have recovered his stolen Super Bowl jerseys, and hopes to “make something very positive come from this experience.”   The mystery of the missing jersey — which grew to the mystery of the missing TWO jerseys when it was discovered the Super Bowl

Don’t Do It!

Via ElPasoProud.com: EL PASO, Texas – Wednesday more than 40 El Pasoans traveled to Austin for more hearings for SB4, the so called “anti-sanctuary city bill.”   Deputy Chief Tom Witten of the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is worried that SB4 will continue to move forward, even though El Paso is not a sanctuary

$300,000 for Belt Buckles?

Via the Los Angeles Daily News: Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies may soon get a glint of gold across their beige and green uniforms.   The department is shelling out $300,000 to change the color of the belt buckles and other hardware of their more than 9,000 deputies’ uniform from silver to gold, according to

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