Law Enforcement Today (LET) was started by Captain Robert Greenberg as a voice for active and retired law enforcement officers, their families, and anyone who supports the men and women who protect and serve.
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- Caught: man who destroyed sacred St. Patrick Cathedral statue said that Jesus’ skin color was wrong
- Man slams into four police officers with his car and flees, later arrested with numerous illegal weapons
- Connecticut governor allows non-police officers to issue fines for not following mask mandate
- Black Lives Matter Marxist and Chinese communist links exposed in activism funding
- Sen. Hawley announces ‘David Dorn Back the Blue Act’ that includes pay raise, more jobs for police
- Former Michigan State Senator Virgil Smith, Jr. pleads guilty to shooting ex-wife’s vehicle
- A CT state senator claimed a cop of spit at him, officers intimidated him. So police released the video and showed he lied.
- After deputies ambushed, Biden pushes gun control while President Trump pushes criminal control
- U.S. attorney denies report that Barr asked prosecutors to consider criminal charges against Seattle mayor
- Clown performer arrested for sexually abusing children in Los Angeles – police searching for more victims
- Congressman Higgins introduces bill to criminalize obstruction of emergency services
- Democrat-run Chicago sees 54 people shot, 12 killed in less than three days as violence soars
- Report: Riots in aftermath of George Floyd could cost insurers $2 Billion
- Criminal steals from Air Force veteran who laying dying from a heart attack on a bus
- College president and students promote fundraiser for sorority girl facing arson and rioting charges