00:46 "Waid showed his support on behalf of the Town of Parker and council. Waid reminded his listeners of the good police do in Parker, citing a recent incident when a Parker Police officer saved the life of a choking 1-year-old."
04:23 "After watching the past two City Council meetings that took place, Murphy said she felt disheartened. I feel like Norman was being misrepresented, Murphy said. I feel like we have a great community and we have voices that deserve to be heard."
08:55 "Ensminger suffered a broken pelvis and ribs. He underwent several surgeries and therapy to repair the damage. Ensminger was praised by fellow officers after he helped subdue a man who was attacking Rudolph on Route 238 in Attica on Dec. 11, 2018."
12:13 "In the event that an officer is injured or killed because they no longer have access to pepper spray, the FOP will pursue all available legal recourse against those responsible."
In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, "Back the Blue" rallies draw hundreds of supporters, such as the ones held in O'Brien Park in Colorado and Norman, Oklahoma.
In New York, a state trooper who was seriously injured after an SUV ran into him during a protest in Buffalo has been released from the hospital. And in Cincinnati, families of law enforcement and F.O.P. speak out against de-funding the Cincinnati police.
00:25 Hundreds join the ‘Back the Blue' rally at O'Brien Park
03:54 'Back the Blue' rally at Norman aims to unify & set aside differences
07:06 New York trooper who got ran over by SUV released from the hospital
10:01 Cincinnati law enforcement families speak against efforts to de-fund police