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Steve Marshall: The high price of protecting the public

Barely three weeks into the New Year – a time that is supposed to be full of optimism for the future – Alabama has...

Jeff Session tells law enforcement: ‘We have your back’

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday praised President Donald Trump as a “law and order” president and told a gathering of law enforcement...

Baldwin County placing police in all schools

One of Alabama’s most populous counties has a plan to put armed police officers in each of its public schools. Officials in coastal Baldwin County...

Bradley Byrne: Appreciation for law enforcement

Each day, law enforcement officers leave the safety of their homes not knowing if they will pass back through their own front doors at...

Law enforcement officer suggests Sue Bell Cobb apologize, ask for forgiveness

The chief deputy with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is asking former Alabama Chief Justice and Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Sue Bell Cobb for an apology. Randy...

How the media, BLM activists are pushing false narrative of Chikesia...

Law enforcement officers haves a tough jobs these days. Just last week two deputies in Florida were ambushed, shot and killed while simply having a meal...

David Steward: Trooper shortage is a matter of life and death

Between late 2010 and the end of 2014, the state of Alabama did not hire a single state trooper. Despite this freeze, we still...

Time for change: Alabama allows cops to have sex with those...

A national story is gaining momentum and turning the looking glass at law enforcement officers nationwide who claim to have consensual sex with those...

Kay Ivey awards over $400,000 to law enforcement agencies across state

Gov. Kay Ivey has granted over $400,000 to fifteen different law enforcement agencies across the state. The funds will be used to purchase new...

Montgomery Public Safety Director Chris Murphy announces retirement

Montgomery Public Safety Directory (MPDS) Chris Murphy will retire from city service at the end of year after seven years with the city and 40 years in...
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