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December 2, 2020

Vancouver, WA Woman Hospitalized after Antifa Attack; Police Delayed in Response Due to Overload of 911 Calls

Vancouver, WA – Antifa has been moving north from Portland, Oregon just over the border into Vancouver, Washington a few times per week since the November officer involved shooting of Kevin Peterson Jr.

On Sunday, November 29, Antifa protestors were back in downtown Vancouver, in what is believed to be a response to the most recent officer involved shooting that occurred on Thanksgiving day.

During the protest activity in Vancouver, Antifa members elected to carry firearms with them, which, in an open-carry state, is not an issue by state law. However, police began receiving several 911 calls of people being “threatening” with firearms and [...]

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October 28, 2020

NASCAR Driver Unveils “Cop Car” Paint Job for Halloween — But No Tricks Here, It Will Honor Fallen Officers

NASCAR driver Josh Bilicki and sponsor Insurance King has expanded their partnership with The Wounded Blue — the only national organization dedicated to assisting injured officers — and with their partnership have upped the ante on cool paint schemes to honor the men and women in blue.

The trio has just unveiled a new paint job that transforms Bilicki’s #7 Chevrolet Camaro into a police car, complete with red and blue lights to make the vehicle appear as if it’s laying chase to other cars on the track. Some fans may not know it, but NASCAR actually began as bootleggers outrunning the police.

But it’s not all fun and games this Halloween.

Bilicki’s NASCAR vehicle [...]

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October 22, 2020

Special Prosecutor Files Charges on Retired Officer, Looter not charged, PPA says Grand Jury Didn’t Hear from Eyewitness

In a press release put out by the Portland Police Association today, the association stated that recently retired highly decorated officer Scott Groshong, a 27 year veteran of the department has been charged in relation to an incident during riots in downtown Portland where it is alleged that officer Groshong ran down a rioter that was earlier observed looting a store. A special prosecutor from Marion County presented the case to a grand jury that the Portland Police Association alleges was not presented with all the relevant facts.

“Unfortunately, this decorated public servant has been caught in the crosswinds of an extremely divided city and a politicized criminal [...]

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September 17, 2020

National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum Launches “The Badge” App

Washington, DC— The National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum is pleased to announce the launch of its new mobile app, “The Badge.” This interactive app will allow users to stay engaged with the Memorial and Museum’s activities during the current coronavirus pandemic and beyond.

“The Badge” is the newest addition to the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum’s line-up of resources designed to connect the nation’s law enforcement officers and the communities they serve. It also supports the organization’s mission to tell the story of American law enforcement, honor the fallen, and make it safer for those who serve.

“The Badge” [...]


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