Content about Police

August 17, 2014

Last evening a large group of protesters delivered a letter to the Beavercreek PD demanding the release of the Walmart security footage that may shed some light on the events that surrounded the shooting of John Crawford on the evening of August 5, 2014.  Questions continue to linger unanswered and the public continues to be divided by the silence of Beavercreek PD.  Here are 10 questions which should be asked of the Beavercreek PD and answered as soon as possible.

Last evening a large group of protesters delivered a letter to the Beavercreek PD demanding the release of the Walmart security footage that may shed some light on the events that surrounded the shooting of John Crawford on the evening of August 5, 2014.  Questions continue to linger unanswered and the public continues to be divided by the silence of Beavercreek PD.  Here are 10 questions which should be asked of the Beavercreek PD and answered as soon as possible.

January 31, 2011

They were once called "peace officers" because their job was to keep and encourage peace in the community; they are now called "law enforcement officers" and expect citizens to look upon them with respect, and tremble in fear when encountering them.  These are today's Police Officers here in the United States, and while they also claim to be "public servants," that seems to hardly be the case as average citizens like you and I are unable to fire them from their servant role, nor are we able to tell them to leave us alone when they intrude into our lives, or when they blatantly violate our civil rights or even State laws.  This was the case in a recent encounter I had with several Beavercreek City Police Officers.