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  • Rally For L.E. Leader Voices Support For SB 1054

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    One bill making it’s way through the Arizona State Legislature could help law enforcement better deal with those anti-cop individuals that use their smart phone cameras and other video recording devices to antagonize police officers and interfere with them doing their duty. Sponsored and drafted by Arizona Senator John Kavanagh the bill called SB 1054 would make it illegal to video record a police officer within 20 feet or less while they’re in the process of doing their duty. Part of it reads:

    It is unlawful for a person to knowingly make a video recording of law enforcement activity, including the handling of an emotionally disturbed person, if the person making the video recording does not have the permission of a law enforcement officer and is within twenty feet of where the law enforcement activity is occurring.”

    While bill’s opponents are trying to claim that this bill is unconstitutional, Rally For L.E.’s leader Nohl Rosen is speaking out in support of the bill and says it doesn’t violate the United States Constitution in his eyes and that it’s a positive first start in protecting our law enforcement from those that use cameras to try and attack police officers publicly.

    “We need to do what we can to support our local police and protect them from these anti-cop terrorists which will use their smart phone and tablet cameras to try and antagonize police officers in order to make a name for themselves on social media. Often times they will interfere with police officers while they’re detaining or arresting a suspect and get way to close to them in order to add fuel to the fire. The last thing a police officer needs is some citizen that doesn’t like law enforcement sticking a camera in their face while they’re in the process of doing their duty,” Rosen said.

    Rosen added that this bill may not be perfect but it’s a positive first step in supporting law enforcement and hopes more supporters of the police will get behind it. He also encourages the public to read the bill and make their own decision on whether or not they should support it.


  • Back The Badge Rally To Happen In Mesa, AZ

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    Once again, Rally For L.E. will be hosting a Back The Badge rally in support of law enforcement on February 27th in Mesa, AZ from 10pm – 1pm. Those wishing to attend are invited to bring their Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as their signs in support of law enforcement. The rally is expected to take place outside Mesa PD headquarters located at 130 N. Robson in Mesa.

  • Solo Rally To Support Police Becomes Big Hit With Officers

    Rally For L.E.’s leader Nohl Rosen recently started a solo rally to support local law enforcement and hopefully encourage others to do the same. His message of thanks has been a real hit with officers locally and he’s been to at least police 10 stations and stood outside each one of them holding a sign and the Thin Blue Line flag. He’s held the one man demonstrations in Scottsdale, Glendale and Chandler. He says more are on the way and that the experience has been great and at times overwhelming with the kind of response he’s encountered including some police department members that wanted to get a picture taken with him.

    “I’ve encountered some great officers and really had some great moments which I’ll remember for the rest of my life. I wanted these men and women that put on that uniform to know that they matter and that I’m grateful for their service to the community. I also wanted them to know that they matter,” Rosen said.

    Rosen says there have been a lot of special moments like when officers in Scottsdale and Glendale came out from the police stations to shake his hand and take a picture with him. One officer in Scottsdale gave him a patch and one officer in Glendale gave him a challenge coin bearing the name of his brother which was killed in the line of duty in 2011. Chandler PD was also touched that one person would come out to support them that the chief of police gave him a patch and a pin. In fact, Rosen has received 2 patches from both Scottsdale and Chandler.

    “There are so many special moments doing this because I’ve had great encounters in all 3 cities. I’ve shaken the hands officers and to get a chance to do that has been a real honor for me. They really do care about their citizens. There were plenty of moments where they either brought me water or a Powerade or simply asked if I was ok. It shows they care. The biggest shock for them has been seeing a member of the public come out to support them. A few officers I encountered said they almost never see that. One even said that in that in their 12 year career they’ve seen only one other person besides myself come out to support the police. I find that completely sad and shocking. It’s time that changed because these are good people that are laying their lives on the line to make sure we’re kept safe. It’s way overdue for the public to reciprocate and not do it when an officer is killed in the line of duty. We need to show our appreciation while they’re very much alive,” Rosen added.

    It’s unknown which local city he’ll go to next but Phoenix is a good possibility. We’ll keep you all posted.

  • Link In The Chain Rally To Support Law Enforcement Happens September 26th

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    Once again Rally For L.E. will be holding its national Link In The Chain rally in support of the police this Saturday in cities across the country. Here are the cities and locations for the events.

    Phoenix, AZ
    1pm – 3pm

    The event in Phoenix will be held from 1pm – 3pm at will begin at Phoenix Police Headquarters located at 620 W. Washington. Then we will march to the Arizona Peace Officers Memorial at Wesley Bolin Plaza which is just east of the Arizona State Capitol building. Participants are encouraged to wear blue and bring their Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as signs supporting police.

    Logan, UT
    2pm – 4pm

    The event will take place in front of the Logan City Police Department located at 62 W 300 N in Logan, Utah. Participants are encouraged to wear blue and bring their Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as their pro-police signs. There will be a raffle for prizes as well. 

    Auburn, WA
    2pm – 7pm

    The event will take place at the Auburn Police station located at 340 East Main Street, Ste. 201 in Auburn, WA. There will be refreshments, ribbons and a make your own pro-police sign area.

    New York, NY
    Awaiting time and location

    Hillsborough, NC
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    Easley, SC
    Awaiting time and location

    Mechanicsville, MD
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    All those participating are asked to follow the laws for their state and not block traffic. Also, please cooperate with law enforcement. Also bring plenty of water and stay hydrated.