An article that was posted and emailed on August 10 included the erroneous headline “Miami FOP Launches Aggressive Attack In Prosecutor’s Election.” It is in fact the Miami Police Benevolent Association that is responsible for the ads. This headline has since been corrected.
DAVENPORT, IA – Members of Davenport’s police union will undergo a wage freeze for the current fiscal year, matching the city’s agreements with five other unions, an arbitrator has ruled. The decision was handed down Thursday by arbitrator Rex Wiant, who heard evidence from both sides in a hearing last week. The terms of the […]
OAKLAND, CA – Since the Oakland City Council laid off 80 officers and 21 cadets in 2010 to save money, crime is up and police response time is down. Criminal investigations declined. The special squads that tackle guns, gangs and parolees plunged from 10 to two. Response times to 911 calls slowed from an average […]
It seems every Democrat in Miami is getting these Police Benevolent Association-funded mailers that call Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle “The Most CORRUPT politician in Miami-Dade County.” It didn’t help Rundle that her top campaign consultant, Al Lorenzo, hired career criminal Gerardo Judas “Jerry” Ramos to help work on her campaign. Rundle also had […]
Detroit – Police Chief Ralph Godbee on Wednesday touted plans for 12-hour patrol shifts, a move he says will cut costs while keeping more officers on the street. But the city’s police union is criticizing the decision to extend hours and warns it’ll be detrimental to officers and the public. Godbee detailed the plan during […]
DALLAS – A controversy surrounding Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day has come to light at Dallas police headquarters. Dallas Police Association President Ron Pinkston said Sgt. Mark Johnson of the Southeast Patrol Division brought a Chick-fil-A sandwich to the briefing room last Wednesday. It was the same day thousands of people across the country went to the […]
CAMDEN — Citing a spike in homicides and an absentee rate of nearly 30 percent within the city’s police department, Camden Mayor Dana Redd on Wednesday called on all available officers to show up for duty, including police union leaders who have been on paid leave from normal police assignments. “We need to ensure that […]