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Public Education
Chicago Board of Education may remove school resource officers from public schools

An upcoming vote will decide if school resources officers will remain in Chicago’s public schools next fall. The Chicago Board of Education is set to vote on whether to renew… Read More

January 4, 2024
Opinion
New Dept. of Ed. report hypes child arrests in schools, ignores violence data

A new report from the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) hyping arrests at elementary schools is being used by progressives at the DOE who want to defund police. The report… Read More

November 27, 2023
Culture
Police issue scary warning to parents after students in California receive THC-infused candy at elementary school Halloween event

Safety warnings to parents about Halloween candy aren’t new, but with legalized marijuana across many states, cannabis candies are creating new concerns as they show up at kid’s parties. Police… Read More

October 31, 2023
Culture
Milwaukee police to hide race, gender in reports after LGBT complaints

The Milwaukee police will now hide information about a victim’s race and gender from crime reports after accusations by the trans community that police have “misgendered” some victims. “It’s a way… Read More

September 11, 2023
Public Education
Denver could soon restore police in schools exactly three years after ‘hastily’ removing them

Denver could soon restore School Resource Officers, three years after their removal in an experiment that has led to increased violence in the district. In the wake of the George… Read More

June 13, 2023
Public Education
Arizona school district bringing back SROs to combat school violence

A Phoenix school board voted unanimously to bring police officers back to the district due to a disturbing rise in student violence. The Phoenix Union High School District (PXU) made… Read More

June 8, 2023
Christian Schools
After Christian school resource officer’s tragic death, brother takes his place with ‘opportunity to follow his legacy’

Tragedy struck Oklahoma Christian School when its school resource officer, Jeremy McCain, died in March after an accident on campus. But his family’s legacy didn’t end there. Daniel… Read More

May 3, 2023
Public Education
Nearly a dozen Nebraska high schools pranked with active shooter calls in one day

Several high schools in Nebraska initiated lockdowns Thursday in response to “active shooter” calls received by the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP). Schools in Omaha, Fremont, Hastings, Columbus, Gering,… Read More

March 6, 2023
Public Education
Vocal, profane anti-police activist appointed to school board in Olympia, Washington over public opposition

A Washington state woman with a history of anti-police rhetoric and encouraging riots has been appointed as a school board director in her city’s district. In a unanimous… Read More

November 2, 2022
Culture
Residents angry, defiant after this small Kansas town orders ‘In God We Trust’ taken off police cars

There’s been a run on “In God We Trust” car decals this week in the Haven, Kansas area, in defiance of the city council’s vote Monday to remove the slogan… Read More

May 13, 2022
Culture
DeSantis launches National Police Week to honor those in blue

(The Center Square) – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has issued a proclamation declaring the week of May 11-17 as National Police Week. He’s expanded on a tradition begun by former… Read More

May 12, 2022
Culture
Refund the Police: Departments around the Country Are Getting Their Funding Back after Crime Rises and Officers Quit

A year after protestors were chanting ‘Defund the Police’, many departments are seeing their funding restored and budgets increased. This comes after months of rising… Read More

October 15, 2021
Public Education
Teacher’s Pro-Police Flag Deemed ‘Disruption’ and ‘Too Political’ While Other Teachers Allowed to Display Pro-LBGT and BLM Materials

A pro-police “Thin Blue Line Flag” was deemed “a disruption in the classroom” and “too political” by a school in Washington State. The school forced the teacher to… Read More

October 1, 2021