Tuesday, December 10, 2019 1:57 PM EST(updated every 5 minutes)
Police radios blocked from the public in Southeast Denver metro area
Police HQ in Opportunity Corridor could make sense if city gets design, development right – Steven Litt
NYPD promotes 2 officers to historic leadership roles
Minnesota National Guard searching for missing helicopter
Advocates intensify efforts around Ohio bill that would make most felony drug possession a misdemeanor
Bogus letters claim state representative candidate under criminal investigation
Our nation’s chief law enforcement official continues to be a fountain of debunked conspiracy theories and toxic lies. Barr is out of control. #DisbarBarr https://t.co/nGNz0IrEqR
ICYMI on @seanhannity: As an alumnus of @TheJusticeDept, I’m angry reading the #FISAreport. At best, the FBI was grossly incompetent. At worst, hardcore political partisans abused the power of law enforcement and intelligence to spy on a political opponent. That’s chilling. https://t.co/oNWOz9MF2C
Trump’s attack on his handpicked FBI Director Chris Wray is another despicable attack on both the truth and the professional men and women in federal law enforcement. Every day this president provides more evidence that he is unfit for office. https://t.co/cvCJqDUdzj
President Trump leveraged the highest office in our government & engaged in an extortion campaign against an ally at the expense of national security, all for personal gain.
He betrayed his oath and the American people. There is no higher crime than that.
The Inspector General report debunked trump and republicans’ titanic years-long hoax smearing our intelligence and law enforcement.
Trump and republicans’ reaction? Continue their lying hoax and say the report vindicates them. Did I mention they’re lying? https://t.co/6ptF7loAQG
Today, I voted to help make sure that law enforcement officers at our borders and ports of entry have what they need to detect and stop these drugs from reaching our communities. #IA01
Republican favor a more strict approach to crime and criminals.
Democrats favor a more lenient approach to crime and criminals to make sure their rights and the chance to reform and improve are always possible.