Archive for February, 2010


Detective Paul Reno Remembers His Grandfather In Video

Nice video of an Officer who sees his Grandfather’s name–and the Grandfather’s Partner’s name– on the Law Enforcement Memorial Wall. The story has a unique twist too. Detective Paul Reno of the Sterling Heights Police Department remembers his grandfather, Officer Hiram J. Reno and his grandfather’s partner, Officer Seymour Lawler, of the Detroit Police Department. Detective Reno recalls his first visit to the Memorial in 2001 and the emotional impact of seeing his grandfather’s name on the wall. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAjZyKU6ELE&hl=en_US&fs=1&]

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Officers Under Attack

Kudos to Fox and Hannity for running this story. Too many times we see stories showing Police misconduct. This shows–like we need to be shown– just what is going on out there! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEFxpfJQnZA&hl=en_US&fs=1&]

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Chicago police to text, e-mail public safety alerts

Chicago police now will be able to alert the public instantly about everything from child abductions to crime-related traffic jams via a cell phone text or an e-mail.The Police Department has signed up for Nixle, a free alert notification system that sends messages to registered users. The service in Chicago went live today at www.chicagopolice.org.”We’re just trying to get as many ways out there that you can look at what’s going on at the Police Department,” Chicago police Superintendent Jody Weis said. The department’s use of technology will continue to broaden, he said.Users will receive alerts about missing children, …Read more […..]

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