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Mexican cartels, U.S. drug gangs mixing another lethal chemical into fentanyl, causing mass overdoses in cities across the U.S.

05.31.24 | Jenna Curren News

Medetomidine, a tranquilizer used for animals, is now being added to fentanyl being sold on the streets and is causing high-risk overdoses that do not respond to Naloxone.
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Here are 10 things you need to know about body armor

05.31.24 | Eddie Molina Editorial

How much thought have you put into body armor? If you are like many LEOs, probably very little. We’re going to change that.
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San Francisco Police Department choose Mission District for newest surveillance cameras in an effort to deter crime

05.31.24 | Jenna Curren News

After the passing of Proposition E, the San Francisco Police Department has identified the Mission District as the location for its newest surveillance cameras.
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Denver, which cut police and fire budget, issues 'playbook' for handling illegal immigrants, calls them 'newcomers'

05.31.24 | Matthew Holloway News

The city government of Denver is seemingly quite proud of cutting its budget by $46 million with cuts to the police and fire departments to fund the housing, support and legal battles of so-called "newcomers," illegal immigrants allowed into the US by the Biden Administration.
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Great American Warrior: Miranda Fuller, helping the police and military with virtual simulation training

05.31.24 | Eddie Molina Editorial

Miranda spent years as a business owner and entrepreneur, but it wasn’t until after the financial crisis of 2008 that she found her true calling – helping LEOs improve their skills with virtual training.
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US Admiral warns 'military bases getting penetrated by foreign nationals is happening more and more'

05.31.24 | Matthew Holloway News

Fleet Forces Commander Adm. Daryl Caudle gave a stern warning during a Fox interview that sensitive US military facilities are being penetrated by foreign nationals often from China 'two or three times a week.'
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Exclusive Interview: Michael Letts, one of America’s leading LEO advocates and philanthropists

05.31.24 | Eddie Molina Editorial

Michael Letts, founder, president, and CEO of one of America’s longest-running and most active nonprofit organizations, InVest USA, has been advocating for LEOs for years – and he’s not slowing down.
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Chinese spies in the United States are receiving wrist slaps instead of accountability

05.31.24 | Sarah Akey Editorial

An alarming trend is coming to light as Chinese spies within the United States government are being sentenced to anything but life in prison for putting our national security at risk.
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Michigan State Trooper charged with murder after stopping a fleeing suspect with his patrol car

05.31.24 | Sarah Akey News

A Michigan State Trooper has been charged with murder after stopping a suspect from fleeing law enforcement with his patrol car. The suspect later died at a local hospital.
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NYC bodega owner who accidentally shot violent shoplifter arrested, faces seven years in prison

05.31.24 | Pat Droney News

Two men attempted to steal liquor from a Queens bodega last week, and one violently attacked the store owner, who swung at him with a gun in his hand; the gun accidentally discharged and a bullet struck the shoplifter wounding him; now the store owner has been arrested and faces seven years in jail
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Murder fugitive on Interpol's 'wanted list' living in Texas illegally arrested during routine traffic stop

05.30.24 | Jenna Curren News

A woman illegally living in Texas and who is wanted for murder by Interpol has been arrested after being pulled over by the Splendora Police Department.
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Massive illegal immigrant sex trafficking operation uncovered in Baton Rouge

05.30.24 | Matthew Holloway News

A group of reported illegal immigrants have been arrested at the center of an international sex trafficking ring in Baton Rouge that has held at least 30 smuggled women in four states in thrall with their families threatened.
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Colorado police plan deployment of drones to answer 911 dispatches

05.30.24 | Matthew Holloway News

Dozens of law enforcement agencies across Colorado are planning to employ drones to answer 911 calls and expand the use of unmanned aerial vehicles beyond their current support role.
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Shooting of Chechen near Army Special Forces member's raises serious terror concerns

05.30.24 | Matthew Holloway Analysis

Bizarre circumstances have surrounded the shooting of a Chechen national near the residence of a U.S. Army Special Forces Colonel at Ft. Liberty in North Carolina. The alleged utility worker was reportedly taking pictures of the Colonel's home and bore no identification, uniform, or equipment other than a camera.
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Newly released texts reveal Joe Biden may have used Sandy Hook memorial event to meet with Chinese business contacts

05.30.24 | Pat Droney Analysis

Newly released texts by the House Ways and Means Committee show that Hunter Biden arranged for his father to meet during a Sandy Hook memorial event with Chinese business leaders from CEFC China Energy.
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