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Law Enforcement Website Going National

(PRWEB) October 15, 2004 -- The website - which began as a New Jersey law enforcement website - has retooled to become a law enforcement site for all officers.

To date, several more national friendly features have been added including national news headlines, line of duty deaths, tactics, and police videos. is one of the few law enforcement websites that routinely publishes original content regarding issues affecting the law enforcement community. gained notoriety in the law enforcement community for it's hard hitting editorials which have been reprinted in several different law enforcement periodicals and on several law enforcement websites.

It is also know as one of the leading websites against the parole of cop killers. The site recently completed a campaign against the parole of Sundiata Acoli who was convicted in the 1973 slaying of a New Jersey State Trooper. Acoli was denied parole.

The site currently does just under 30,000 unique visitors each month with 120,000 page views. While the site has always had some national audience, an increase in these numbers has already been recorded.

Since its inception in 2002, the website had grown to over 120 pages on topics ranging from new police cars to handling internal affairs investigations.

It is clearly a pro-law enforcement site that omits negative coverage of the law enforcement community. While this might not be "fair and balanced," the negative coverage of law enforcement in the mainstream press more than compensates.

The website changes went into effect in the middle of October. More are planned including a page on retirement.

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