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Police shootings of suspects in St. Paul and Baton Rouge dominated news headlines the past few weeks
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory is offering up to $50,000 to Goldsboro law enforcement to curb gang violence
Governor Pat McCrory was joined by veterans, active duty military members and legislators at the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs today as he signed legislation to support veterans in North Carolina
The North Carolina Troopers Association and the North Carolina Sheriffs Association are applauding bipartisan legislation recently signed into law by Governor Pat McCrory that sets uniform guidelines to promote transparency while protecting law enforcement officers, victims and the community
The North Carolina Police Benevolent Association is applauding new legislation recently signed into law by Governor Pat McCrory that promotes transparency while protecting law enforcement officers, victims and the community
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) joined Senators John Cornyn (R-TX) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) to introduce the Back the Blue Act, a bill that would increase penalties against violent criminals who intentionally target law enforcement officers, provide new tools to help law enforcement protect themselves,
Six students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Basic Law Enforcement Training program on June 23, 2016
Roy Cooper's union-funded campaign surrogates blocked traffic in downtown Raleigh today during rush hour after rejecting an offer to meet with the governor's senior advisors.
The state of Nevada's largest union representing law enforcement officers at the local and state levels blasted State Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, an avowed conservative Republican for her calling citizens to use deadly physical force against police officers
Six students graduated from Beaufort County Community College's Basic Law Enforcement Training program on April 21, 2016. Daniel Babos of Blounts Creek, Brandon T. Cherry of Washingon, John B.P. Kidwell of Williamston, John B. Melvin of Swanquarter, Jessica L. Stewart of Greenville and...
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) recently joined 55 senators to co-sponsor a bipartisan resolution designating May 15 to May 21, 2016 "National Police Week."
As H.B. 318 protesters arrested in front of the Executive Mansion are set to appear in court, the North Carolina Republican Party questions whether Ken Spaulding and Roy Cooper stand with the protesters and their moral Monday type tactics. Do Ken Spaulding and Roy Cooper support these protesters...
Governor Pat McCrory joined law enforcement and local elected officials, family members and friends for the promotion of 45 State Highway Patrol troopers in Raleigh today.
BCCC Student Services, the BCCC Foundation, and the Student Government Association are teaming up to encourage students to register for classes early by raffling off money for books.
Criminal Justice students at Beaufort County Community College had an opportunity this week to learn from Al Powell, a 30-year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Governor Pat McCrory signed the Protect North Carolina Workers Act (HB 318) into law today in the presence of a bipartisan group of sheriffs, community leaders and members of his Advisory Council on Hispanic and Latino Affairs. This legislation outlaws sanctuary cities, or cities with policies...
Governor Pat McCrory signed into law today a bill authorizing the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians to establish a police department, a tribal alcohol law enforcement division, a natural resources law enforcement agency, and a probation and parole agency through the Cherokee Marshal's Office.
Beaufort County Community College has scheduled the mandatory Pre-Orientation for its Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy for the Spring 2016 Semester. It will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday, December 7, 2015, in Building 10, Room 32 on BCCC's campus.
One is a useful law enforcement tool, the other is an over simplification not necessarily based on reality.
In the first newsletter I wrote for the John Locke Foundation, I welcomed Eric Holder's announcement that the Department of Justice - the country's top law enforcement agency - would be reigning in its out-of-control and abusive civil asset forfeiture program. Unfortunately, as George Leef...
Governor McCrory signed House Bill 595 into law today. The law provides a pathway for qualified active duty military, reservists, guardsmen, and recently separated veterans to transition into civilian law enforcement positions by accrediting their military police experience and training toward...
As I have previously explained, civil asset forfeiture is an obnoxious legal process that empowers law enforcement agencies to confiscate property they suspect has been used in, or derived from, criminal activity. Part of what makes this process so abhorrent is the fact that, because it is a...
Fulfilling the core government function of providing for the safety and security of our citizens, and supporting those who defend our freedom.
Governor Pat McCrory has nominated Bernard W. (B.W.) Collier II as director of the State Bureau of Investigation. Collier was appointed acting director on August 7, 2014 and was sworn in on August 11, 2014. The SBI director is appointed by the governor and confirmed by the General Assembly for an...
In my previous newsletter, I called Eric Holder's January 16th order modifying the DOJ's civil asset forfeiture policy "a significant step in the right direction," and I encouraged my readers to join me in hoping, not only that more reform would follow but also that Holder's order might mark...
US Attorney General Eric Holder has been subjected to a good deal of criticism during his time in office, but even many of his fiercest critics have joined the chorus of praise for an order he signed last week entitled "Prohibition on Certain Federal Adoptions of Seizures by State and Local Law...
Raleigh, N.C. -- Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed January 9, 2015 "National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day" in North Carolina. The National Fraternal Order of Police and C.O.P.S. (Concerns of Police Survivors) have designated January 9th as National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
Government is far, far bigger than it used to be. Liberals generally cheer this development. Conservatives regret it. To understand the disagreement about this change, one must first understand the magnitude of the change.
Law enforcement officers from the Beaufort County and Washington County Sheriff's Departments and members of the Beaufort County Community College police force recently participated in rapid deployment training offered at BCCC.
When state officials realized they had a clogged and inefficient criminal justice data system following the 2008 murder of former UNC-Chapel Hill Student Body President Eve Carson, they turned to the state controller's office for a solution to the problem.
Educators, wildlife officers, law enforcement officials and office workers were among the state employees from all across the state to be honored Tuesday afternoon with the Governor's Award for Excellence at a ceremony at the North Carolina Museum of History. Ten of the award recipients were ...
East Carolina University police officers responded - multiple times - to reports of a gunman in a residence hall on campus July 8-12. Fortunately, it was just part of a weeklong training using the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training curriculum.
Beaufort County Community College has announced its registration schedule for the Basic Law Enforcement Training Night Academy for the Fall 2013 Semester.
Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed summer 2013 as the season of "On the Road, On the Water - Don't Drink and Drive," urging North Carolinians to be safe and sober when driving this summer.
Today, Governor Pat McCrory named top leaders in the North Carolina Department of Public Safety's law enforcement division, including the Colonel of the State Highway Patrol, the Director of Alcohol Law Enforcement and the State Capitol Police Chief.
We recently published an article here that reported on a case in Pennsylvania in which law enforcement officials detained an American citizen apparently only because a "friend" called police and told them he was concerned about the victim's state of mind.
We have previously reported several stories of people who have died after being "tasered," or shocked with a stun gun. Moreover, we have also reported recently that the N. C.
Mr. McCoy explained why CJLEADS was developed before he turned the demonstration over to his staff to show the attendees how the system operates.

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