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May 1st 2018 is the 24th Annual Blue Mass
May 1st 2018 is the 24th Annual Blue Mass

The Blue Mass began in 1934, when L.E. officers gathered to pray for their fallen comrades and seek God’s blessing for their own safety. The tradition — borrowing its name from the color of many officers’ uniforms — stopped in the mid-1970’s but has since resumed and the popularity has grown. Before Mass, hundreds of law enforcement officers and public…

National Police Week
National Police Week

NATIONAL POLICE WEEK Sunday, May 13 – Saturday, May 19, 2018 About National Police Week Each year our nation loses between 140-160 law enforcement officers in the line of duty.  National Police Week (NPW) held May 11 – 17 each year in Washington, D.C. honors the service and sacrifice of U.S. law enforcement officers.  On May 11 and 12, surviving…

Sacramento police issue new directive on muting body cameras
Sacramento police issue new directive on muting body cameras

Sacramento police have issued their first written policy on when officers can turn off body cameras after two officers muted their microphones following the fatal shooting of an unarmed man in his grandparents’ backyard. Deputy Chief Ken Bernard discussed the new memo Monday at a meeting of the Community Police Review Commission after it was issued to officers last week.…

Communications Companies Have Been Spying on You Since the 19th Century
Communications Companies Have Been Spying on You Since the 19th Century

The revelation that a shady political consulting firm called Cambridge Analytica accessed data from 50 million Facebook users without their consent has rekindled debates about privacy and surveillance. Shortly after this news broke in March 2018, Americans also learned that Facebook had pulled years of call and text data from users who accessed the site on Google’s Android phones. America has gone through…

A Brief History of Surveillance in America
A Brief History of Surveillance in America

A Brief History of Surveillance in America With wiretapping in the headlines and smart speakers in millions of homes, we take a look back to the early days of eavesdropping.  “Americans have come to terms with the inconvenient truth that there is no such thing as electronic communication without electronic eavesdropping,” says Hochman, a 2017-2018 National Endowment for the Humanities…

Body Armor, A Policeman’s Best Training Buddy
Body Armor, A Policeman’s Best Training Buddy

Body Armor, A Policeman’s Best Training Buddy Police officers should wear soft and hard body armor during firearms or DT training to understand how armor impacts breathing, shooting stance and physical abilities. It’s probably not a good idea to run a 5K with brand new running shoes unless you want to end up with blistered and bloody feet. So why…

Legally Speaking: Understanding the FBI’s investigation of Arizona
Legally Speaking: Understanding the FBI’s investigation of Arizona

Arizona Wildcats basketball fans have experienced several emotions over the past couple days, including disbelief, anger and sadness. This is all due to the alleged involvement of UA head coach Sean Miller discussing a payment of $100,000 to earn a commitment from freshman center Deandre Ayton. What is going on, how did this all come about, what is going to happen…

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