New York Police Department employees who are found guilty of serious, sometimes even criminal, offenses by an internal tribunal frequently remain on the job with only a slap on the wrist.
Personnel from the Broward Sheriff's Office have been investigated at least 66 times since 2012 for various crimes, according to official documents cited in a civil suit against Sheriff Scott Israel and his deputies.
More and more school boards are realizing that teachers and staff members, with skill at arms, could end a potential shooting immediately or within seconds, while the police are still on their way.
In the wake of the deadly school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the Miami suburb of Parkland, Florida, on February 14, calls for greater gun control have dominated headlines and social media posts. The shooting has been held up as an example of the failure of allowing private citizens to own certain weapons. In reality, the shooting — which left 17 dead — is actually an example of how police and school corruption fueled by federal funding endangers the lives of students.
Stoking racial hate: After hundreds of fake “hate crimes” have been exposed as hoaxes, the Fake News media continues to rush lavish coverage on each new claim, then ignores the truth when the stories prove false.
Russians Bragged About 10 Spies Assigned to Clinton; Mueller, McCabe, and Rosenstein Helped Cover It UpWritten by C. Mitchell Shaw
The Uranium One scandal is the gift that keeps on giving: Each new revelation continues to show more and more just how deep the rabbit hole of Clinton corruption goes.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel is facing severe criticism of his office's handling of the Parkland school shooting, and Governor Rick Scott has launched an investigation into it.
In the Florida shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Jeff Heinrich was a hero. It's a shame so few know about him and his actions that ghastly day.
Trump's suggestion to arm teachers (which has already happened at some U.S. schools) is eminently reasonable, but the never-anything-Trump crowd doesn't think so.