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VC Deputies Deployed To Caldor Fire Near Lake Tahoe

VC Deputies Deployed To Caldor Fire Near Lake Tahoe

Nature of Incident: Deputies deployed to the Caldor Fire Location: Northern California Unit(s) Responsible: Ventura County Sheriff’s Office – Mutual Aid Narrative:  Sheriff Bill Ayub ordered 27 deputies with equipment and police vehicles to deploy in support of the Caldor Fire on Wednesday. The latest information indicates that the Caldor Fire has reached 199,000 acres […]

May I Make A Suggestion?

May I Make A Suggestion?

Lance Ralston| Calvary Chapel In Oxnard I would like to make a suggestion. Let me lead up to it. I am a member of an Interfaith Council originally called together by then-Oxnard Police Chief, Scott Whitney. In a desire to forge healthy relations between law enforcement and the faith communities of the city, Chief Whitney […]

USCIS Issues Policy Update to Better Protect Victims of Crime (U Visa Petitioners)

USCIS Issues Policy Update to Better Protect Victims of Crime (U Visa Petitioners)

This update will provide stability to victims as they support law enforcement efforts to investigate crimes. WASHINGTON—USCIS is updating the USCIS Policy Manual by introducing a new employment authorization process for petitioners for U nonimmigrant status (U visa) with pending bona fide petitions who meet certain discretionary standards. This new process will allow eligible petitioners access to […]

Laredo Sector Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 Illegal Aliens in a Stash House

Laredo Sector Border Patrol Arrests Over 100 Illegal Aliens in a Stash House

 R. Mitchell Source: Conservative Daily News CDN LAREDO, Texas – In a joint law enforcement effort, Laredo Sector Border Patrol, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and Laredo Police Department (LPD) worked together to shut down an alleged stash house that contained a large group of individuals being guarded by smugglers in south Laredo. The incident occurred during the morning […]

Qualified Immunity And The History That Drove The Doctrine

Qualified Immunity And The History That Drove The Doctrine

Feature Article Added by Chris Bailey 06 June 2021  The doctrine of Qualified Immunity is a heavily debated topic in 2021, and the history of its creation runs deep. The most recent case which addresses qualified immunity was decided by SCOTUS Taylor v. Riojas (2020), involving an inmate held in a Texas Correctional Facility under […]

Police Recruiting Plummets While Crime Surges In Major US Cities

Police Recruiting Plummets While Crime Surges In Major US Cities

KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter Some police departments are having a hard time recruiting potential officers as others gear up for what could be another summer of civil unrest. Demonstrations criticizing officer’s use of force and demanding general police reform last year hurt departments’ recruitment efforts leading to widespread strain, Axios reported Wednesday. Other departments in urban areas are […]

Commentary | The Terrible but True Myth About Police Protection

Commentary | The Terrible but True Myth About Police Protection

    By John Jay, I would like to take this opportunity to point out to everyone out there, who believes the police can  protect us, that they are having grand delusions. There truly is no real police protection!!  Let me explain.  What happens to someone who gets robbed, mugged, raped, or murdered? Are the […]

Portland Mayor Says Law Enforcement Against ‘Antifa And Anarchists’ Will Ramp Up

Portland Mayor Says Law Enforcement Against ‘Antifa And Anarchists’ Will Ramp Up

KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter The mayor of Portland, Oregon said that it’s time to ramp up official responses to “lawlessness” after rioters targeted the federal courthouse on New Year’s Eve in a press conference Friday. Democratic Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said that his efforts to oversee and keep the peace at demonstrations haven’t worked and that it’s time […]

Rejection of Prop. 20 Means ‘No Justice for Victims,’ Orange County Sheriff Says

Rejection of Prop. 20 Means ‘No Justice for Victims,’ Orange County Sheriff Says

BY BRAD JONES California law enforcement agencies were dealt a blow at the ballot box Nov. 3 when voters shot down a motion to crack down on crime. Proposition 20 was supported by many law enforcement officials across the state.  The ballot measure sought to strengthen jail sentences by countering the effects of Prop. 47 and […]

As California’s Prop. 20 Rejected, Proponent Blames Measure’s Wording

As California’s Prop. 20 Rejected, Proponent Blames Measure’s Wording

BY ILENE ENG SANTA CLARA, Calif.—A majority of California voters rejected Proposition 20, a measure that would restrict early parole, recategorize crimes, and require DNA collection for some misdemeanors. As of Nov. 9, preliminary results showed 62.2 percent were against it, and 37.8 percent for it. “While this is a disappointing outcome, it should in no way be interpreted as […]

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