Written by Keith Graves. Posted with permission from 2A Cops.
I never thought I would have to write this article, but the last week has shown me that we are in dire times. Our politicians love pitting the police against the public and our officers will be put in awkward positions. This article is not for non Law Enforcement Officers (LEO’s). If you are a citizen reading this, our officers need your support. Read away. But the best thing you can do is show support for them so that they can keep their job while maintaining the constitution. For our active cops, this is for you.My City Asked Me to Violate the 1st Amendment
I’m speaking from experience. Several years ago, [...]
Part of the “Best Practices in Administration” being highlighted on LENN
Placerville, CA – El Dorado County is nestled at the base of the mountains on the eastern edge of the Sacramento sprawl. This is where Sheriff John D’Agostini both resides and oversees the deputies that work for him. It is a beautiful place in what has been considered to be an area that does not approve of their law enforcement officers if you are to believe the mainstream media.
However, what I found was breathtaking and staggering from both the aspect of the law enforcement officer and now, a member of the public. A new way of treating mental health within the department crushing the stigma [...]
Monday, November 16th, 2020 marked a milestone for LENN with the debut of a new show titled “The Blue,” a show dedicated to a law enforcement view of current events and the week’s news in review.
The inaugural show went out live to all LENN social media platforms last night to an ever-growing fan base, interested in an objective look at the issues that law enforcement officers are facing, starting the show with a look at what a Joe Biden/Kamala Harris presidency looks like for law enforcement officers in the United States.
The show, hosted and moderated by media juggernaut Jen Kerns, who also hosts her show One America Radio, broadcast [...]
A nondescript building in Compton, California was host to a historic event this afternoon. LifeAid, a veteran’s and first responders retreat group, and Rise (find background) conducted a sit-down, town hall with members of local police agencies, civilian community leaders, 25 students from LA area schools, and veterans. The group began discussing the important issues facing policing and law enforcement in general. Randy Sutton, a founder of LENN and the National Director of The Wounded Blue was on the guest panel, while I, the author, was in personal attendance.
The initial activity included ranking who we would want to be in three (3) segments, one being race, the [...]