Category Archives: War on Police

A parent speaks up for school safety

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End the Madison police bashing now!

Move adjournment Mr. Chairman! Stop the foolishness right here and now! God help me, I’m going to another government meeting today. Starts at 5:30 p.m. in Room 354 of the City-County Building downtown. It is the Madison ad hoc committee … Continue reading

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Feds to stop encouraging racial quotas in school discipline

2014 rule contributed to disruptive classrooms School Safety Commission recommends staffing schools with armed police Federal policies requiring school districts to discipline fewer minority students are being rolled back. The federal Commission on School Safety released a report this week … Continue reading

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Police have no real friends on Madison school board

School board praises the disrupters No wonder Police Chief Mike Koval is miffed. (Reported here.) So are we. This blogge did not realize until this very day that school resource officers (as the Madison school board is now calling them) … Continue reading

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Chief Koval: No cops in Madison schools under those terms!

Police Chief Mike Koval today says there is NO WAY he will agree to contract with the Madison school district after the school board tossed in yet another poison pill Monday night (12-17-18). Board of Education member T.J. Mertz added … Continue reading

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District attorney Ozanne tries to excuse mob action, Part #2

Is viewpoint discrimination (and reverse racial discrimination) at work here? An Open Letter to Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne: While maintaining that Madison Police had not referred our complaint to you (See part #1), you made several arguments that … Continue reading

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