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January 2020 Blues Vol 36 No 1

The BLUES Police Newspaper celebrates 35yrs. of service to Law Enforcement

Law enforcement

Law enforcement officials from across the country met with President Trump at the White House on Friday. Members of the Fraternal Order of Police said the president has taken initiative, giving them the support law enforcement officials need. Officers said the biggest issue they are concerned with is the increase in violent crimes in big cities. They said they believe district attor- neys are not following the rule of law. The officials said police officers around the country are doing their jobs and urged district attorneys to do theirs. They thanked President Trump for his time and for “having the backs of the brave men and women of law enforcement.” “We are very proud to have been asked to participate in this important discussion,” the group said in a statement. “It’s because we have activist DAs in cities like Houston, Dallas, Philadelphia, Chicago, Baltimore, who are letting these dirt bags out, who are repeat violent offenders, who are doing gun crimes. They’re letting them out with sweetheart deals. They’re getting back out on the streets and they’re victimizing the hardworking men and women of our community.“ – Officer Joe Gamaldi, National VP of the Fraternal Order of Police 30 The BLUES POLICE MAGAZINE The BLUES POLICE MAGAZINE 31

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