Law Enforcement In The USA
Is there a systemic racism in law-enforcement?
It is a complete fabricated myth that there is any proof of systemic racism in law enforcement. The whole false narrative of systemic racism in law-enforcement was first put forth during the Obama years in the White House. Each year there is on average 375 million annual police-civilian contacts and by any measurable means Available there is no structural bias in the criminal justice system with regards to arrest and prosecution or sentencing that even suggest any systemic racism. It has been proven by all statistical data that the crime and the suspects behavior not their race has a direct determination on the vast majority of all police actions.
Whenever the radical left or the Democrats make such outlandish claims as systemic racism in law-enforcement they are never able to validate or prove their claims, and it’s only political theater and rhetoric that they spew and not the facts...
What is Law Enforcement in the United States?
The term law-enforcement can encompass police departments, sheriffs departments, court bailiffs, constables, marshals, School police, transit authorities, port authorities, housing authorities, airport police, Harbor police, District attorney office investigators and various federal law-enforcement agencies.
Within the scope of authority in the Law enforcement community functions can include enforcing all city, county, state and federal laws, enforcing the laws by deterring, discovering, rehabilitating and/or punishing people who violate legal statutes.
Why is law enforcement so important?
One very important and fundamental right that US citizens have as clearly stated in the declaration of Independence is the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness! In order to have a safe and functional society there must be laws and if there are laws there must be those that are willing to enforce the laws, American law enforcement officers and agencies. Without the dedication, bravery and hard work put forth by law enforcement officers in the United States every single day our society would degrade and fall apart in a matter of days if there was no one to enforce the laws and to protect citizens from violence and evil!
How many law enforcement officers are there in the United States?
At its highest point there were more than 800,000 sworn law-enforcement officers in the United States, about 12% of that number was females. As of mid-2021 unfortunately that number is starting to drop dramatically because of all of the law Enforcement officers that are either retiring early or resigning their positions due to the political and society unrest brought on by the far left political agendas and the false narratives put forth by organization such as the democratic political party, and Antifa, and Black Lives Matter... these anti-American organizations have created an overt and clear war against law-enforcement.
Since the first recorded police officers death in 1786 there has been more than 22,611 names which are engraved on the walls of the national Law enforcement officers memorial.
In the last 10 years alone over 1800 law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty resulting in an average of almost 200 per year, and in the year 2020 306 law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty.
The profession of being a law-enforcement officer has always been considered one of the most noble callings in society. Officers from city, county, state and federal agencies are all held in high regard, that is until political ideology and manufactured blatantly false narratives have been forced into public view by unscrupulous organizations and mainstream media.
In the past political differences although at times could be heated were always accepted and worked out by debate and legislative action, but in recent years since around 2008 there’s been a literal war against the law enforcement Community by extreme leftist within the Democratic Party and by those that are openly and actively engaging in acts of insurrection with the goal of fundamentally changing American society. Extreme political groups such as Antifa and Black Lives Matter, are now openly and without reservation calling for the complete defunding, disbanding of law-enforcement and even physical attacks upon not only law-enforcement officers but now also on their families!
Although the main stream media in this country who are puppets of the extreme leftist and their sick ideologies that are putting forth false information think they have the support of everyone in this country when in fact that in itself is also false!
A much larger silent majority are absolute supporters of all law enforcement officers and their families! Intelligent thoughtful individuals know that they are being spoon-fed false information, the public knows that 99.9 9/10 of every law-enforcement officer is dedicated to the profession and willingly put their lifes on the line every day for those that they are sworn to protect!
US Precision Defense as a company and as individuals have decided its time for us to help not only set the record straight but we also want to provide to the law-enforcement community a place of valuable information and list of resources to help and support the law-enforcement officer, their spouses, and their families!
This is how Law Enforcement Riots
The False Narrative Against Law Enforcement
Support For Law Enforcement Officers And Their Families
Emotional And Family Support Websites:
C.O.P.S. membership is over 54,000 survivors. Survivors include spouses, children, parents, siblings, significant others, and co-workers of officers who have died in the line of duty according to Federal government criteria. C.O.P.S. is governed by a national board of law enforcement survivors. All programs and services are administered by the National Office in Camdenton, Missouri. C.O.P.S. has over 50 chapters nationwide that work with survivors at the grass-roots level
Help us increase awareness in the law enforcement community about Warrior's Rest Foundation and the resources we bring to help personnel become more resilient. Contact us if you know a department that could use our services
We Educate, Encourage and Equip Law Enforcement Families to Thrive Relationally, Emotionally and Spiritually
Provides emotional support through free Peer Advocate Support to officers injured or disabled in the line of duty, Help injured officers receive the emergency assistance they need and benefits they deserve after a life-altering injury that can lead to PTSD and even suicide. Advocate for legislative changes to the Workman’s Compensation system, ensuring that officers are cared for in the wake of serious injury.
CODE-4 Total Wellness including CAPERTM, program to assist officers and their families with the unique stresses faced by all the men and women in blue. Show injured veteran officers that they are: Never forgotten. Never alone.
ResponderStrong is a collaboration between emergency responders and their advocates. Our mission is to improve mental health supports for emergency responders and their families through joint focuses on intervention/prevention.
Healthy Hire Healthy Retire will provide assistance to first responders, veterans and their families in crisis. We will also be advocating for the routine monitoring of first responder's physical and mental health from the start of their career to the end of their career.
OUR MISSION: Survive First is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, whose mission is to assist first responders and families who need mental health support from the impact of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, and substance abuse.
Dedicated to honor, recognize, and support law enforcement: Marriage, Spouses, Parenting, Life In Law Enforcement, Leadership, Money, Spiritual, Addiction, and Grief
We are dedicated to providing resources and emotional support to law enforcement officers and their families, and serving as a positive voice for law enforcement in the community
Legal Protection Plans For Active Duty And Retired Officers
The CCW Safe HR218 plan was developed specifically for active, retired, and former law enforcement officers that meet the requirements for the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA), also known as HR218.
To learn more about ALL of CCW Safe’s Self Defense and Home Defense Protection Programs or to Purchase a plan please follow the link, CCW Safe Also has Monthly Payments Available CLICK HERE
Self-Defense Equipment For The Individual Officer
The vector shield is a highly mobile level IIII shield which when properly trained becomes an officer most versatile self defense protection tool. We strive to create as authentic and real-world scenarios that an officer may encounter while they are working patrol, undercover, swat team training, active shooters situations, felony vehicle stops...and much more! Financing is available for agencies. Call Wendy for further details at: 239.281.8669
Additional Law Enforcement Support Programs
Both my company US Precision Defense and I are here to support all those that wear a badge with pride and distinction. My family has many members that served both active duty military and active duty law-enforcement for several agencies. We give you thanks and I salute you for the most noble profession you have chosen to dedicate your life to.
Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God
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