Camden’s Police Department is under attack by our own City, County & State Elected Officials.Our politicians are actively pushing a plan called the Metro Police Plan that calls for our 141 yr.old police department to be dismantled. The entire police force will be fired. Up to 49% of our dedicated & experienced officers may be rehired. It could be 5%.This is simply a union-busting move to change our professional law enforcement force into a politically selected one. Power & Control over the public safety decisions would be transferred out of the hands of our public safety experts and into the…Read more →
To All Officers Who Attended The Arraignment of Officer Richard Haste Yesterday,
We live in an ever changing world. A world where self-restraint takes a backseat to carelessness, overreaction, and mistakes. However we still live in a world where hindsight is 20/20, mistakes become clear, and we work to make things right. You may think I’m about to scorn Officer Haste for the murder of Ramarley Graham, I’m not. Officer Haste made a major mistake and now the courts will decide his fate. This incident makes my head hang low, very low, enough said. It’s been brought to our…
In a recent interview with Matt Sky, Captain Ray Lewis talks Police, OWS and Banks – Don’t forget to watch the movie “Inside Job” in it’s full length here at occupypolice.org
English with Subtitles in Spanish
2010 Oscar Winner for Best Documentary, ‘Inside Job’ provides a comprehensive analysis of the global financial crisis of 2008, which at a cost of over $20 trillion, caused millions of people to lose their jobs and homes in the worst recession since the Great Depression, and nearly resulted in a global financial collapse. Through exhaustive research and extensive interviews with key financial insiders, politicians, journalists, and academics, the film traces the rise of a rogue industry which has corrupted politics, regulation, and academia. It was made on location in the United States, Iceland, England, France,…Read more →
By OcPo Author Xavier Onassis
The rights of police officers to exercise their free speech is not only a civil right afforded to all citizens of America (at least in theory), it is crucial to the public interest.Â Understand this:Â those who seek to silence police officers do so at your expense.
Silencing knowledgeable insiders is the first step to ensuring the average citizen will never have their proverbial day in court, because it will never be a fair fight.Â Mark Dougan, Cop Talk Radio, and Mr. Fuddlesticks are fighting for YOUR rights.
Mount up America.
While Dougan and I…
In Samoa, it is illegal to forget your wifeâ€™s birthday.
In Finland, traffic fines are calculated as a percentage of the offenderâ€™s income.
France â€“ It is illegal to kiss on railways.
In Wilbur, Washington, it is illegal to ride an ugly horse.
In California it is illegal to set a mouse trap without a hunting license.
In Jidda, Saudi Arabia, women were banned from using hotel swimming pools in 1979.
In New York, the penalty for jumping off a building is death.
In Swaziland, young girls may not shake hands with men.
In Danville, Pennsylvania, all fire hydrants…
Imagine Auckland Council had a secretary of right-wing leanings and associations. Imagine the secretary was known to boast about their aptitude at Facebook and imagine that this spilled over into their work hours, where they periodically got their social media fix on their employerâ€™s time, eventually graduating to trolling the Facebook page of representatives of a political movement, democratically protesting outside the doors of the Council office.
Imagine the secretary used their public profile to deride, demean and harass the protesters; advocating the use of â€˜Alsatiansâ€™ and â€˜water cannonsâ€™ and then climactically gloating in real time during their violent eviction,…
Tom Winsor will not face MPs early next week for his confirmation hearing to be the next HMIC Chief The Parliamentary hearing to confirm or reject Tom Winsor as the next HMIC Chief has been postponed, less than a day after it was announced. The Home Affairs Select Committee announced on the evening of June 7 that it was due to meet the Home Secretaryâ€™s preferred candidate to replace Sir Denis Oâ€™Connor as Her Majestyâ€™s Chief Inspector of Constabulary on June 12. But the next morning, after a backlash from officers who were angry the preferred candidate was…
A Blanket Law is a phrase I’ve used for a while that describes a law, regulation or police crackdown that applies and targets everyone, based on the actions of a few. For the sake of this article, examples of a blanket laws can range from Distracted Driving (Texting while driving) to Jaywalking, or a little bit of both, see this: New Jersey town bans texting while walking.
A Blanket Law is born at 8:00 a.m. on the side of the highway while your driving to work. You know when you hit a pocket of unusual traffic and up in the…
â€¦we will not stand idly by while those in power mislead the public, and rip the police service to shreds â€“ Occupy Police
Watch Parts One Two and Three Then read our 40 page report: Corruption, Political Agenda and Money – OCPO’s 40 page Investigative Report into the people behind the worlds first attempt at Mass Police Privatisation – In the report you will see the recommendations seen in this video as well as the reasons why. Please share widely – Occupy Police UK…