Category: Law Enforcement

ROONEY: Don’t pay people to help police; let citizens use the 2A to defend themselves!

TRENTON, N.J. — We’re all horrified by images of bystanders filming crimes with their smart phones but doing nothing about them.  Should New York City pay citizens to help the police? That’s exactly what a police union’s leadership wants to do Read More

Murphy continues to blame other states for N.J. gun crime. Is that fair? | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ The anti-Second Amendment administration of Phil Murphy says it wants to stop gun crime. Whether it’s aiming at the right target is a different question altogether. On Wednesday, N.J. Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced that all Read More

NJ PBA joins criticism of NFL’s “total disrespect of American Law Enforcement”

TRENTON, N.J. — Another rash of player protests to kick-off the 2018-2019 NFL season has leading law enforcement groups hopping mad.  On Monday, the New Jersey PBA retweeted the following National Association of Police Organizations letter addressed to notorious NFL Read More

Webber joins sheriffs to condemn Sherrill’s association with anti-ICE radicals

WHIPPANY, N.J. – Almost 200 Democrats refused to take a stand against the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the U.S. of House of Representatives this week. This November’s upcoming midterm elections could decide the agency’s fate moving forward. On Monday, Read More

Sheriff Golden, Freeholders, Call On Trenton To Stop Ripping Off 9-1-1 Fees

By Art Gallagher _ Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden, Freeholder Director Tom Arnone and Deputy Director Lillian Burry were joined by a bi-partisan group of municipal elected officials, as well as public safety officers, at the County Public Safety Center Read More

Wildwood Police release body cam footage from wild beach arrest

WILDWOOD, N.J. — Does this latest evidence change anything concerning the Memorial Day Weekend arrest of a 20-year old woman on a Wildwood, New Jersey beach? Or Governor Phil Murphy’s premature declaration that “excessive” force was used by police? Here’s the Read More