America’s Largest Police Union Endorses Donald Trump For President

The police union, which regularly defends the shooting of unarmed people of color, said it thinks Donald Trump will make the U.S. safe “again.”

A Miami police officer stands guard during a campaign event with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at the James L. Knight Center, Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, in Miami.

The National Fraternal Order of Police, the largest police union in the United States, on Friday endorsed Republican nominee Donald Trump for president. According to Chuck Canterbury, the union's president, Trump “has seriously looked at the issues facing law enforcement today. He understands and supports our priorities and our members believe

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Police Union Calls For Open-Carry Ban Ahead Of RNC

“I don’t care if it’s constitutional or not at this point. They can fight about it after the RNC, or they can lift it after the RNC, but I want him to absolutely outlaw open-carry in Cuyahoga County until this RNC is over.”

A Colt M4 gun and a button that reads "I Vote - Proud Washington Gun Owner."

With fears of impending violence mounting on the eve of the Republican National Convention, the head of Cleveland’s largest police union called for Ohio Gov. John Kasich to temporarily ban the open carrying of guns as crowds of protesters and politicians arrived in town before the Republican National Convention. Stephen Loomis, president of

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America Needs A Way To Police The Police

Communities want to be safe, and police want to do what’s asked of them by both the public and City Hall without fear of recrimination. To strike this balance, communities, law enforcement and politicians are going to need work together.

Bill de Blasio, Bill Bratton

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, right, and NYPD police commissioner Bill Bratton, center, stand on stage during a New York Police Academy graduation ceremony at Madison Square Garden in New York. Mayor Bill de Blasio declares he has moved past the crisis with police that threatened to derail his administration. He says in an interview with The

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Police Union President Outraged Over Vote For Independent Investigation Of Police Shootings

“Everyone is worried about police oversight and how police officers need to be held accountable for their actions. Everyone is worried about how we do our job. But, who worries about the six homicides this year in the past seven days?

Miami police Sgt. Javier Ortiz Miami Herald File

Miami police Sgt. Javier Ortiz Photo: Miami Herald (ANTIMEDIA) MIAMI-FL – Last Thursday, the Miami City Commission voted to strip the Miami Police Department of its power to investigate officer-involved shootings. The decision comes as nationwide outrage has brought police brutality and misconduct to the forefront of the national

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