Monthly Archives: April 2018

Why Some Communities Don’t Trust the Police – 2% vs 98%. “We the People“

Transparency, communications and holding people accountable is the only way Law Enforcement leaders can gain the public’s confidence and trust. The most important documents in American history are the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of United States. These two documents are what makes America great and separates us from any other country. One declared […] Read the Rest…

Presidents’s Message & Topic of the Month by Chief Ian Moffett

Florida Senate Bill 7026 was signed by Governor Rick Scott on March 9, 2018, which was promulgated into law under FS 1006. This new legislation is now called the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Act. This new public safety act provides for codifying and establishing the Office of Safe Schools within the Florida Department of […] Read the Rest…

Question: My 13 year old son seems to be getting into a lot of fights lately. What should I do?

Answer: Of course, it all depends on a lot of things. If your son is defending himself that is understandable. A lot of people say a child should go to an adult and fix the problem that way. I actually believe a child should learn how to handle certain situation by themselves. It is a […] Read the Rest…

Prison Riot in South Carolina kills 7 and injures 17. How does what happened in South Carolina affect you? By: Larry Lawton

It is a big misconception that what goes on in prison stays in prison. In-fact, it is the opposite. What goes on in prison comes to you and your community. 95% of all inmates will be released back into society and according to the Prison Policy Initiative there are almost 2.3 million people in 1,719 […] Read the Rest…

CHOICES FOR SUCCESS – by: Chief Michael T. Force, Lake Saint Louis Police Department

  The choices we make today form the foundation for success or failure in our future.   Young people today find it increasingly difficult to understand that the bad choices they make today may have dramatic ramifications in the life and opportunities they will find as they move from youth to adulthood.  Peer pressure, the availability […] Read the Rest…

For Judges, Prosecutors, Public Defenders, Lawyers and Government Officials

The Online Court Ordered Reality Check Program helps Judges, Prosecutors, Public Defenders, Lawyers and Government Officials by: Changing bad behavior Keeping the community safe Holding the offender accountable Reducing crime Lowering recidivism Saving money No cost to you / Paperless Showing the community you care with Positive Press Juvenile and Adult Misdemeanor Offenders are sentenced […] Read the Rest…

How do I stop my 14 year old son from hanging-out with the wrong crowd? Concerned Mom in Minnesota

That is a great question and there are many answers. Since you are writing us, we have to assume he is getting in some kind of trouble. If you haven’t already looked at “Identifying at-risk teens” on our website, we recommend you do that first. (Click Here) Since your son is fourteen and in school […] Read the Rest…

How to Fix Policing – By: Larry Lawton

Hire the right people – Values Implement community policing in the right way. Training, Training, Training Use the right equipment and tools. Understand and use the media as a partner, not an enemy. As an honorary police officer and also an ex-con, (only one in the United States) I see policing from both sides of […] Read the Rest…

Parkland School Shooting – What could have the police done better to help Cruz and possibly prevent the tragedy?

The tragedy in Parkland, Florida is first and foremost one of the saddest days in Florida’s history and something that should never happen again, but sadly, it will. The solutions are multi-faceted and all of them need to be addressed.  People ask me almost daily, what could have prevented the Parkland School Shooting tragedy? Well, […] Read the Rest…

Presidents’ Message & Topic of the Month by Robert Grossaint, Deputy Chief-Dept. Of Safety at Denver Public Schools

April 2018, President’s Message As we now have entered into Spring 2018, let’s not forget about the negative acts that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Out of this act has emerged a movement by students across this country. More importantly, this movement was expressed in Washington DC on March 24, 2018. We […] Read the Rest…