Based on the article, "Gun Deaths of Officers Jump 56 Percent," the increase in deaths is pretty scary, especially if you are a police officer.
With all the negative attention given to police officers recently, MaryBeth Witulski, of Chicago, wanted to do something to let officers in the area know that there are citizens who very much support the difficult work they do.
I think Carol Grant of St. John hit the nail right on the head. Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. should absolutely back the police officers.
As a retired police officer I can tell you from experience that interacting with people in various situations can be very difficult, especially some African American people who have the attitude that, when stopped by the police, they don't have to answer questions or obey orders.
The new additions to the Gary Police Department.
LANSING | The Village Board on Tuesday approved the purchase of land adjacent to the Village Hall for parking, despite objections by one trustee who said he wishes the money could have been used to pay salaries for more police officers.
As a retired law enforcement officer, I strongly support all current police officers from the local to federal levels. So when I saw Rich James’ Feb. 6 attack on the Indiana State Excise Police, I was incredulous.
Our kids are being shot and killed -- not just on the streets but also in our schools. We now have a former police officer who sold laser sights and weapon parts to anyone who had the money to pay him and his fellow police officers.
INDIANAPOLIS | Attorney General Greg Zoeller on Thursday endorsed legislation that formalizes the role of school resource officer and provides school corporations matching funds of up to $50,000 a year to pay local police to do the job.
HAMMOND | Two Hammond police officers were honored by their peers for pulling a woman out of her burning car. For their heroism, First Class Patrolmen Kelly Mickey, with 11 years service and Kevin Holland, with eight years service, were given the "Lifesaving Award."
Let's see now. Recently, you published a political cartoon depicting police officers breaking down a door and confronting a man and woman in their home.
Officer David Moore of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department was laid to rest.
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