Vice President of National Center for Police Defense, Inc. Makes Statement on Officer Kim Potter, Shooting in Brooklyn Center

Brooklyn Center, MN.- The Vice President of national nonprofit organization, National Center for Police Defense, Inc., has made a statement on the recent officer involved shooting in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota that occurred on April 11th, 2021.  Bert Eyler, Vice President of the National Center for Police Defense, Inc. (NCPD) said, “The tragedy which occurred this […]

Wishing Joy & Peace For All Law Enforcement This Christmas

This is the most wonderful time of the year for many of us. Even as 2020 brings some additional difficulties and changes to the holiday season, this is a time to reflect and be grateful for all that we have.  But for many officers, they and their families are facing a nightmarish holiday season as […]

Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher found not guilty

On Tuesday July 2, 2019, highly decorated Navy SEAL and American hero Eddie Gallagher was found not guilty of the false charges that were brought against him. The “National Center for Police and Military Defense” has advocated for the release of, and for charges to be dropped against, Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher since the news […]

NCPD PRAISES POTUS: “POLICE MUST HAVE THE BEST TOOLS TO PROTECT THE PEOPLE”

President Trump to sign Executive Order to provide police with military provisions WASHINGTON, DC — Today, President Donald J. Trump will sign an Executive Order that will revoke President Obama’s Executive Order 13688 that made it more difficult for law enforcement agencies to use excess property and materials no longer in use by the Department […]

Trump’s pardon of ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio was the right (and courageous) thing to do

by James J. Fotis Arpaio was convicted by a federal judge in July of criminal contempt after being charged with violating a court order that attempted to prevent suspected illegal immigrants from being targeted by the sheriff’s traffic patrols. The sheriff acknowledged continuing the patrols, but said that targeting was not the focus. Arpaio’s conviction […]