Monthly Archives: July 2020

Toxic Time Leads to Shows’ Demise

TV shows like “Cops” and “Live PD” have always been viewing generators.  However, due to the current political/ social climate, channels like the A&E Network have elected to remove ‘police’ content in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. Mr. Floyd’s death, of course, has sparked protests about police… Continue Reading »

Is Non-Violent Crime Policing a Thing of the Past?

Is law enforcement in Washington getting close to not enforcing non-violent crimes? That is what one Texas police association president is asking officers to do in Austin, Texas. He apparently has told the association’s members to only respond to assigned calls because it’s what the Austin city leaders and the public at large seem to… Continue Reading »

Discrimination Not the Answer

It is no secret that the Seattle Police has been under fire for its handling of the recent Black Live’s Matter protests. So much so that even the Seattle City Council has demanded cuts to the department’s budget by 50%. The council wants the funds moved to community-led organizations. Police Chief Carmen Best, who over… Continue Reading »

And the Beat Goes On

With all of the social strife going on around the United States today, it isn’t surprising that a contingent of Ford Motor Company Employees have asked the company’s leadership to stop making and selling police vehicles. This position is in line with the growing racial justice movements – Black Lives Matter and Defund the Police.… Continue Reading »