Community

Longview Police Officer David Cheatham: Protector of the Community

EAST TEXAS REVIEW — “How do you feel when you put on your uniform each day? ‘I was a Military Police Officer 1985-1987. Putting on the uniform can be a mixed bag of emotions. Some days I still get that old excitement that there is no way of knowing what will happen today and that is a good thing but then on other days I get that feeling there is no way of knowing what will happen today and that is a bad thing.'” […read more]

Op-Ed

A Question of 21 Times

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist   I find it very unsettling to hear police officers discuss how they believe that BlackLivesMatter protesters and certain politicians, e.g., NYC Mayor de Blasio, are either unsympathetic to their plight or, worse, provoking violence. Ever since the murder Read More

Op-Ed

2014 Lies of the Year

By Lee A. Daniels NNPA Columnist   There are critical similarities between the furious controversy in the fall about the Ebola crisis in the U.S. – that never materialized – and that which has followed the heinous murder  of two New York City police officers Read More

Op-Ed

What’s Next After the Marches?

By Lauren Victoria Burke NNPA Columnist   We’ve seen it before: The injustice, the reactions, the non-stop talking and tweeting after yet another headline grabbing tragedy. We’ve seen the hours of commentary, the “think pieces,” the marches, the online petitions and the panels. But what Read More

No Picture
Op-Ed

NYPD’s ‘Aggressive Policing’

By Lee A. Daniels NNPA Columnist   Three reports released this month on the arrest activities of the New York City Police Department should ratchet up the already significant questioning of the department’s use of the “broken windows” approach to policing. That theory asserts that Read More