Texas Police News.jpg



Milwaukee Police Supervisors Ordered to ‘Inspect’ Officers for Thin Blue Line
Milwaukee, WI
More Today's News:
ߦ   Friendswood Police Activity Report April 25-May 2, 2022
ߦ   Man Jailed Following Shooting
ߦ   Police Officer Arrested
ߦ   Rewards Offered for Capture and Conviction of Leaders of Honduran Drug Trafficking Operation
ߦ   Steven Hobbs sentenced to life in prison after admitting to murdering two women
ߦ   Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum Newsletter
ߦ   Coast Guard seizes 168 pounds of marijuana near South Padre Island
ߦ   Drug Enforcement Administration Reaches Settlement in Class Action Lawsuit
ߦ   Houston Fugitive Captured In Lufkin
ߦ   Major Seafood Dealer and Eight Individuals Indicted for International Wildlife Trafficking
ߦ   Man sentenced to life in prison without parole for murdering 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes
ߦ   Member of Georgia Chapter of Oath Keepers Pleads Guilty to Seditious Conspiracy and Obstruction of Congress
ߦ   Person Of Interest Sought In Arson Fire
ߦ   Police Activity Report
ߦ   Police News Links
ߦ   Some NJ City Leaders Say They Will Fire Officers Over Off-Duty Pot Use
ߦ   Two children dead after apartment fire in Galveston, authorities say
ߦ   Club patron alleges he suffered injuries due to security guards' use of excessive force
ߦ   Fake paper car tags cost Harris County more than $80M in past 6 years, new report finds
ߦ   Friendswood Police Activity Report April 18-25, 2022

Search Archives:

“During Roll Calls…Please inspect our members and remind them the Thin Blue Line is PROHIBITED!” – Milwaukee Police Capt. Carolyn Birch

A Milwaukee Police Captain has instructed District 7 supervisors to “inspect” police officers during roll calls for thin blue line imagery, such as on bracelets.

It comes as homicide has skyrocketed 87% this year so far, on the heels of two record years in a row.

The email dated Monday, April 11, 2022, at 3:05 p.m., is causing a stir inside the department. It was sent by District 7 Capt. Carolyn A. Birch to District 7 Supervisors. However, Birch is clearly following the direction of Chief Jeffrey Norman who has yet to articulate a coherent crimefighting strategy but has taken time to publicly outline his war against the thin blue line.

Read the Full Story

The thin blue line stands for police against criminals and nothing else. Not race not gender not culture, where in the world do you find this police chief?
Posted by LE at 4/17/2022 8:43:20 AM

Post a comment
Email Address: (must be a valid address)
(will not be published or shared)
Comments: (plain text only)
Printer Friendly Format  Printer Friendly Format    Send to a Friend  Send to a Friend    RSS Feed  RSS Feed
© 1999-2022 The Police News. All rights reserved.