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Bossier City Police Officers are working long hours, looking for other jobs, and are frustrated with Police Union representation, according to a recent poll. The Bossier City Chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police (not to be confused with the Bossier City Police Union) recently conducted a poll of it's membership in order to ascertain... Continue Reading →
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Read the full article at ShreveportTimes.com.
Our Home, In Peril For years, Bossier City has maintained a local reputation as being the safer side of the river. Aggressive media management has propagated that myth for the last decade. In fact, one of the arguments Bossier C.O.P.S. has received against raising pay for our underpaid and overworked police employees is that "Bossier... Continue Reading →
Last week, KSLA News 12 reached out to Bossier C.O.P.S. to discuss issues that directly affect Bossier City Officers. We also heard from Bossier City Police Union Local 645 President Sgt. BJ Sanford as well as Bossier City Spokesman Mark Natale. Read the full article here.
Summary In this post, we will be comparing and contrasting the economic, geographic, and political factors between Kenner, LA and Bossier City, LA. We will then determine difference and similarities between both cities respective police departments. Geographic Considerations and Population Kenner, LA is about one-third the size of Bossier City, LA, surveying to be about... Continue Reading →
Today, we received a comment that paints officers as sniveling, complaining children that don't know how good we have it. Obviously written by someone on City payroll, the lack of respect for our officers and our families was astounding. I'll leave the entire comment here, with our commentary to follow: Our Police Get What They... Continue Reading →