We saw voters show their support for police by saying ‘no’ to dangerous initiatives, but there’s still work to be done.
Whether re-elected or new to office, we must hold elected officials accountable on issues that affect police. We have shared a few ways to do that, from members of Congress to mayors, city council, and other local offices.
The election may be over but law enforcement is still facing the same issues. We have pivoted our efforts to Restore Respect for Police since the election with a direct outreach program to pro-police citizens across the country. This is not the time to stop advocating for change.
- What the Election Will Mean for the Future of America’s Cops
- Minn. LEO, two others wounded in shooting, ambush
- Oakland poll finds people want to defund police but feel unsafe, want plenty of officers
- LAPD to downsize special units, focus on patrol amid budget cuts
- FOP: CPD not doing enough to protect cops from COVID-19
- New Orleans police face $16M budget cut amid rise in violent crime
- Oregon Officer’s Home May Have Been Targeted by Arsonist
- In-Depth: Akron’s FOP believes city law limiting social gatherings puts police in more danger