Hawaii Says LEOSA Doesn’t Apply in the State, Bans Carry by Out-of-State Cops

The Hawaii attorney general has released a new guideline and in their legal opinion, they state that unless out-of-state law enforcement officers and agents are on official business within the state, they cannot carry a concealed firearm. Whether you agree with the Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act federal law allows currently sworn or retired law […]

After Wrong Man is Shot and Killed, Alabama Mall Shooter Still On the Loose

Gunfire broke out during a fight in the Riverchase Galleria on Thanksgiving night as shoppers hunted for bargains. Two Hoover police officers who were patrolling the mall responded. One of them and killed shot Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr., who was armed with a handgun. As CNN reports, Authorities initially thought Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr., known as […]

Maryland Home Owner Won’t Be Charged After Shooting Cops in Wrong-House Raid

Nine Prince George’s County Maryland police officers burst into a Forestville apartment Wednesday night to serve a warrant against a suspected drug dealer who’d been fingered by a confidential informant. Unfortunately the cops had the wrong address. “We served the search warrant at the address that we identified through the investigation, however the investigation led […]

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Drops Governor’s 20 Program Because of NRA Affiliation

Various states all across the country participate in something called the Governor’s 20 program, a competition established by the National Rifle Association to recognize the twenty best law enforcement marksmen in each state. Or as the NRA describes it on their site: The NRA Governor’s Twenty Program was designed to recognize the top twenty law enforcement officers […]