This month we launched a new page on our website. The Police Legislative Advocacy Center page is a go-to for the public on educating themselves on upcoming legislation and how they can help determine a positive outcome for law enforcement. It’s important that we all stay up to date on relevant legislation and take action when necessary.
These days there is constantly new legislation being proposed that raises concern for police officers and the communities they serve. Most recently, a panel was created in Portland, Maine to explore the “racial inequities” within the city. The emphasis on rooting out “inherent” racism is being used to install radical change in policing, and it’s not good news.
We will continue to alert the public of such radical action and encourage you to take action by contacting your local legislators about these dangerous initiatives and speaking up.
- Geneva city clerk rules against referendum on Police Review Board
- Jackson County sheriff set to announce run for Congress
- New Mexico’s governor vetoes 7 bills, including police oversight reforms
- Biden White House puts its police oversight commission on ice
- Warner, Kaine introduce red-flag, other federal gun control changes to mirror Virginia law
- War: As District Attorney keeps throwing out cases, police vow to keep arresting criminals
- Arizona Sheriff’s Deputies Threatened by Drug Cartel
- Bill would designate Ohio as Second Amendment Sanctuary State
- Civilian Review Board nominee mentions Ma’Khia Bryant shooting in post, addresses backlash