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January 19, 2021

Randy Sutton Speaks to Portland Police Bureau Rapid Response Team

Portland, OR – LENN’s Voice of American Law Enforcement, Randy Sutton, spoke to a group of Portland Police officers who have been on the front lines of the rioting for the majority of the last eight months. Sutton called his seminar Pride in Policing and used his time to remind officers that most of the people across our nation support law enforcement, as well as to address the rising issue of Post Traumatic Stress Injury/Disorder in policing.

The leadership with the Portland Police Bureau put together a week-long training for those officers on the Rapid Response team, presumably to address their mental health and give them a break from the violence, the rioting, [...]

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November 17, 2020

The Law Enforcement News Network – LENN Debuts “The Blue”

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 [...]

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September 17, 2020

Bring Back the Fear

When did the police become America’s punching bags? I mean that literally, as well as figuratively. Was there a defining moment? Or did our country gradually morph into a society where the authority of Law enforcement officers has eroded to the point where even grade school children no longer fear consequences from confrontations with the police?

Now I know that merely using the word “fear” in a conversation about law-enforcement is in and of itself politically incorrect. I mean, after all, if one was to listen to all of the political rhetoric coming from Senators, Congressman, Governors, Mayors, and all assorted others who consider themselves experts in [...]

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September 8, 2020


A second city in America has now empowered the criminal element wreaking havoc across the nation by issuing what is essentially a written “white flag of surrender.”  The first was the result of the City Council of Seattle’s interference with the Police Department resulting in a public notice from the Chief of Police Carmen Best when she informed the people of Seattle that officers had “no ability to intercede to preserve property amid a large violent crowd safely.”

Of course, Seattle had already entirely ceded six city blocks for months to violent anarchists who occupied the area until the shootings of two and killing of one young Black teen forced Police to intercede and [...]


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