Intel articles

Handling Disabled Protestors

Ed. note: Excellent work by the Capitol Police officers, who were forced by federal prosecutors yesterday to remove disabled protestors. Dealing with protestors is always a challenge, but when they are in wheelchairs and suffering from serious health problems, it can be extremely difficult. Via Time: U.S. Capitol Police forcibly removed demonstrators and disability advocates

Here’s Your Bike!

Via (Virginia) — A Henry County sheriff’s deputy went above and beyond the call of duty to help a little girl after someone stole the girl’s bicycle on June 14.   When the deputy found out the family couldn’t afford to replace it, he decided to replace it for them.   Alexis Jenkins, 4,

Jesus, Sheriff, Reporters

Via WBTV: JEFFERSON, NC — The Ashe County Sheriff is investigating three county employees after they attempted to access his text messages in the course of fulfilling a public records request from WBTV.   In April, WBTV requested all written communication—including text messages and emails—sent and received by Sheriff Terry Buchanan and the county commissioners.

R.I.P. Officer Korchak

Our condolences to the family of NYPD Officer Kelly Christine Korchak (wife of Detective Steven Attarian, Emergency Service Truck 6), who passed away on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at Staten Island University Hospital North. Korchak was diagnosed with 9/11-related cancer while she was pregnant with her son, Luke Harrison Attarian, eight months ago. Kelly opted

That’s Just Sad

Ed. note: People probably don’t remember who Jeh Johnson is, but he’s the former United States Secretary of Homeland Security. The DHS continues to be a totally chaotic and massive bureaucracy in which no one really seems to know what they’re doing. For instance, DHS says there was no Russian hacking around the recent election.

“You’re a F*in Coward!”

Via TULSA, Oklahoma – News On 6 obtained an audio recording of a phone call made by Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton (pictured above) in which he curses at a Tulsa Police officer and calls him a coward.   Sheriff Walton says he was standing up for his deputy and he wouldn’t change a thing.

LAPD Cadet Controversy

Via the Los Angeles Times: In a widening investigation of the Los Angeles Police Department’s cadet program, Chief Charlie Beck on Sunday announced he has suspended training for cadets at the 77th Street Division and Pacific Division, where three cadets arrested on suspicion of stealing police cruisers were based.   The move is part of

VIDEO: Sued Officers Sue

Via The Orange County Register: A court of appeal has ruled partly in favor of the Santa Ana Police Department and partly for officers involved in a controversial marijuana dispensary raid who sued the city over its investigation.   With the decision by the Fourth District Court of Appeal, released Tuesday, June 13, the case

Sheriff Faces the Music

Via Morgan County Sheriff Ana Franklin (pictured above) said she’s complied with court orders, met her constitutional duty and adequately fed inmates in the local jail. But a civil rights group in Georgia, one long since monitoring that jail, says she should be held in contempt of court for pocketing money meant for inmate