Friday, September 4, 2015

There really is no safe place anymore.

According to the Associated Press, "The killing of a veteran police officer northwest of Chicago is the latest in a string of recent law enforcement deaths. Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz' death on Tuesday triggered a manhunt for three suspects around the small Illinois community where the 52-year-old officer worked."

 Believe that police officers and sheriff’s deputies and all the other brave men and women who serve as law enforcement—by the very nature of their jobs—accept a certain level of inherent risk in serving and protecting their communities. Most will tell you that they knew exactly what they were signing up for!

These officers are under attack.!!!!!!!

AP: “Darren Goforth was shot and killed Aug. 28 in suburban Houston as the Harris County deputy stopped to put gas in his patrol car. Henry Nelson, an officer in Sunset, Louisiana, was shot and killed Aug. 26 while responding to a domestic-violence call. Louisiana State trooper Steven J. Vincent died Aug. 14 after being shot in the head while assisting a motorist.”
Violent attacks over the last several weeks have sent a wave of fear through the law enforcement community. It’s another stark reminder that evil can strike anytime.

There really is no safe place anymore.

Remember how important it is for people, responsibly armed citizens, to remain aware and diligent at all times!

To Quote Michael Bane: "…police all across the country are going to be very tense, so when you as a concealed weapon or an open weapon carrier interface with law enforcement officers, you need to be 100% on your game. That means under no circumstances are you going to make any "motions consistent with drawing a handgun." Hands in full sight, I suggest palms turned out. If you have a concealed weapon, UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES do you pull open your jacket or pull up your shirt to reveal the concealed weapon except under the specific orders of the LEO!"

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