Departments in Birmingham and Mobile have been testing the robots to see if they can help with staff shortages. I understand that it's hard to find employees these days but this is not the way to go. Next up, they will be replacing law enforcement officers. That is not a good thing in my opinion.
I wish violent crimes were not an everyday occurrence in Alabama. Wish in one hand, and, well, you-know-what in the other hand....and see which one fills up first. As we get ready for a new year, the violent crime statistics are released for review. This research is from the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting stats on violent crime and property crime.
I really love reporting stories like this one.
Police officers have thousands and thousands of interactions each day across Tuscaloosa and the USA.
So often, these men and women do something great for us citizens. Most of the time, these great stories are never reported.
What is wrong with people? The Tuscaloosa Police Department had to step in and repo a cute little Yorkie this week. Dogs are not supposed to be taken away by the repo man.
How is that even possible? According to the Tuscaloosa Police Department,