Hi, welcome to CopBlock.org’s Welcome LEOs page. I know you might not have expected to find such a page at CopBlock.org, but most of those active here are not cop haters. Most everyone values safety, the question is how best that good/service can be supplied. Hint – it’s not through a coercive monopoly.
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The videos included in the playlist above are listed below by length.
- The Chain of Obedience 2-min.
- US Prison Population: The Largest in the World 3-min.
- An Open Message to Police & Military 4-min.
- Justice Without the State by Bruce Benson 4-min.
- Know Your Place: A Response 5-min
- Problem: Police, Solution: Agorism 5-min.
- Inside the FBI Entrapment Strategy: An Analysis 6-min.
- Message to Police 8-min.
- A brief history of the Modern Police 8-min.
- The Philosophy of Liberty 8-min.
- Want to End Police Brutality? Focus on the Institution 9-min
- Oath Keepers Declaration of Orders We Will NOT Obey 9-min.
- I’m Allowed to Rob You! 10-min.
- Brad Spangler on his Journey to Embracing Agorism 10-min.
- How Could A Voluntary Society Function? 13-min.
- Law Enforcement Against Prohibition 14-min.
- The Market For Law 50-min.
- Breaking the Taboo 58-min.
- State or Private Law Society? 75-min.
- No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority 114-min.
- Vices Are Not Crimes by Murray Rothbard 16-min.
- Right to Remain Silent by This American Life 41-min.
- For a New Liberty: Police, Law, and the Courts by Murray Rothbard 76-min.
- Above the Law: Police and the Excessive Use of Force by Jerome H. Skolnick and James J. Fyfe > at Amazon.com
- Anarchy and the Law: The Political Economy of Choice edited by Ed Stringham > at GoogleBooks I at Mises.org I at Amazon.com
- Breaking Rank: A Top Cop’s Expose of the Dark Side of American Policing by Norm Stamper > at Amazon.com
- Freedom, Society and the State: An Investigation Into the Possibility of Society Without Government by David Osterfeld > at Scribd I download .PDF I at Amazon.com
- Go Directly To Jail: The Criminalization of Almost Everything by Gene Healy > at Amazon.com
- How to Be a Successful Tyrant: The Megalomaniac Manifesto by Larken Rose > at Amazon.com
- No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority by Lysander Spooner > download .PDF I at Jim.com I at GoogleBooks I at Amazon.com
- Order without Law: How Neighbors Settle Disputes by Robert C. Ellickson > at Amazon.com
- The Enterprise of Law: Justice Without the State by Bruce Benson > at Mises.org I at Amazon.com
- The Law by Frederic Bastiat > download .PDF I at Bastiat.org I at Amzon.com
- The Private Production of Defense by Hans-Hermann Hoppe > at Amazon
- The Production of Security by Gustave de Molinari > download .PDF I at Praxeology.net I at Mises.org I at Amazon.com
- To Serve and Protect: Privatization and Community in Criminal Justice by Bruce Benson > download .PDF I at GoogleBooks I at Amzon.com
- Vices Are Not Crimes: A Vindication Of Moral Liberty by Lysander Spooner > download .PDF I online in-full I at Amazon.com
- Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed: A Judicial Indictment Of War On Drugs by James P. Gray > at Amazon.com
- A Response to George Sand’s Pancake Post by Pete Eyre
- Abolish the Police by Anthony Gregory
- ACAB by Pete Eyre
- An American Experiment in Anarcho-Capitalism: The Not So Wild, Wild West by Terry L. Anderson and P.J. Hill
- An Open Letter to the Police by Joshua Katz
- An Open Letter To Police Officers: I Am Not Your Living Target Practice by D.L. Chandler
- An Open Letter to PoliceOne.com Supporters by Ademo Freeman
- An Open Letter to Rochester, NY Police Chief James Sheppard by Davy V.
- Cop Haters Often Wrong by Captain Six
- Cops, detectives, FBI agents, U.S. soldiers tell Natural News they will not enforce gun confiscation orders by Mike Adams
- Dealing with Crime in a Free Society by AttackTheSystem.com
- Inside the FBI Entrapment Strategy: An Analysis by Pete Eyre
- Former police chief notes “total agreement” with “badges don’t grant extra rights” perspective by Ed Medlin
- Liquidate Your Local Police: An Idea Whose Time Has Come by William Grigg
- NYPD Officer Sent To Psych Ward By Superiors After Reporting Corruption by Danny Gold
- On CopBlock.org’s new “Welcome LEOs” Page by Pete Eyre
- Peace is the Way: Remembering 9/11 and the Decade Since by Paula Parmeley Carter
- Private Creation and Enforcement of Law: A Historical Case by David Friedman
- Property Rights in Celtic Irish Law by Joseph R. Peden
- Public Choice by William F. Shughart II
- Pursuing Justice in a Free Society : Part I The Power Principle by Randy Barnett
- The Demand for Order and the Birth of Modern Policing by Kristian Williams
- The FBI again thwarts its own Terror plot by Glenn Greenwald
- The Heroic Brad Jardis Kicked Out of LEAP! by Ian Freeman
- The Myth of the Rule of Law by Brainpolice
- The Myth of the Rule of Law by John Hasnas
- The NYPD Tapes: Inside Bed-Stuy’s 81st Precinct by Graham Rayman
- The State is an Autoimmune Disease by Thomas L. Knapp
- The Violence And Justice Monopoly by Roman Skaskiw
- What Does a Police State Look Like? by Davi Barker
- When is a government a police state? by Wendy McElroy
- Why All Police Are Bad — for Society by Ademo Freeman
- Windsor Police S/Sgt. “I am writing this letter of apology” . . . by Pete Eyre
- You can’t judge cops unless you’ve eaten pancakes with them first by George Sands
listed in alphabetical order
Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association
website – http://cspoa.orgfacebook – https://www.facebook.com/pages/Constitutional-Sheriffs-and-Peace-Officers-Association/350135738395799
twitter – http://twitter.com/SheriffMack
youtube – http://youtube.com/UpholdAndDefend
We do not have to stand by and watch while America is destroyed from within. If our counties, cities, and states and all local officers keep their oaths to protect us from tyranny, we can win this battle to take our country back.
This is our plan, our goal and our quest. We are forming the Constitutional Peace Officers Association which will unite all public servants and sheriffs, to keep their word to uphold, defend, protect, preserve, and obey the Constitutions of the United States of America. We already have hundreds of police, sheriffs, and other officials who have expressed a desire to be a part of this Holy Cause of Liberty.
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
LEAP envisions a world in which drug policies work for the benefit of society and keep our communities safer. A system of legalization and regulation will end the violence, better protect human rights, safeguard our children, reduce crime and disease, treat drug abusers as patients, reduce addiction, use tax dollars more efficiently, and restore the public’s respect and trust in law enforcement.
The mission of LEAP is to reduce the multitude of unintended harmful consequences resulting from fighting the war on drugs and to lessen the incidence of death, disease, crime, and addiction by ending drug prohibition. LEAP’s goals are:
- To educate the public, the media and policy makers about the failure of current drug policy by presenting a true picture of the history, causes and effects of drug use and the elevated crime rates more properly related to drug prohibition than to drug pharmacology and
- To restore the public’s respect for police, which has been greatly diminished by law enforcements involvement in imposing drug prohibition.
Oath Keepers is a non-partisan association of currently serving military, veterans, peace officers, and firefighters who will fulfill the oath we swore to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, so help us God.
Our oath is to the Constitution, not to the politicians, and we will not obey unconstitutional (and thus illegal) and immoral orders, such as orders to disarm the American people or to place them under martial law and deprive them of their ancient right to jury trial.
We Oath Keepers have drawn a line in the sand. We will not “just follow orders.”
Our motto is “Not on our watch!”
Police Procedure is currently looking for current and former law enforcement officers, attorneys and others who have experience either performing, instructing or critiquing law enforcement functions who might be interested in joining our team. Our desire is to provide a fresh look at use of force and other violations of the public’s trust by law enforcement agencies in the United States. We want to evolve into a resource for both members of the general public as well as law enforcement agencies that are ready to take an honest look at how they treat the public.
Relevant content will continue to be added to this page. If you have suggestions on that front please let us know.