Join us on October 26th, 2019 as Rally For Law Enforcement presents its first Thin Blue Line March from 10am – 1pm. Those attending are encouraged to bring their Thin Blue Line and American flags, their signs and also wear shirts in support of law enforcement. The march will start at Phoenix Police headquarters located at 620 W. Washington St and end at the Arizona Peace Officers Memorial at Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza where we will have speakers and present Thin Blue Line flags to fallen officers and their families. There will also be a motorcycle procession as well as various speakers from law enforcement as well participating.
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Phoenix PD releases store video showing couple and their kids stealing from store after they file $10 million lawsuit claiming cops acted inappropiately
Phoenix PD has now released video showing what led up to the May 27th arrest of two suspects who are suing the city of Phoenix for $10 million claiming their civil rights had been violent. The local and national media are trying to paint the couple identified as Dravon Ames and Iesha Harper as innocent people who did nothing wrong. The couple claims that Phoenix PD officers were the aggressors and had violated their civil rights and acted inappropriately. A video released by Phoenix PD seems to indicate that couple did bring their children into a store and were seen on camera stealing items.
One thing not being reported by the media is that Rally For Enforcement has stated its support of the officers as well as other pro-police supporters.
Phoenix PD released a fact sheet on the incident which took place on May 27th. It was as follows:
CURRENT FACT SHEET SUMMARY OF PHOENIX POLICE RESPONSE TO SHOPLIFTING INCIDENT RESULTING IN OFFICERS BEING REMOVED FROM THE STREET AND ASSIGNED TO DESK DUTY
Date: May 27, 2019 at approximately 11:17 a.m.
Location: 1600 N. 36th Street
-On May 27, Phoenix Police received a call for assistance from the store manager to report a shoplifting inside the store.
-During the investigation the store manager alerted the officer to a second shoplifting in progress and the people from that incident were now getting into a vehicle in the parking lot.
-As the officer approached the vehicle, he observed female #1 drop an item before getting in the car, then the vehicle quickly reversed and drove away.
-Moments later the vehicle stopped at McDowell Road, female #1 exited the vehicle and the car again drove away. The officer learned the female had three misdemeanor warrants for her arrest and was booked for the outstanding warrants.
-The vehicle was located a short distance away and stopped in an apartment complex about a mile away. Officers arrested the male driver and a second female.
-The male driver told an officer he shoplifted a package of underwear from the store and threw them out the window, and in addition he was driving on a suspended license.
-Female individual #2 told an officer that her aunt (female #1) and child went into the store together. Female #2 also said she saw her child walk out of the store with a doll and she believed they had stolen it because they didn’t have any money. Also, the female said she heard the officer in the parking lot tell the driver to stop the car several times, but he didn’t.
-The store manager declined to prosecute, so no one was arrested for shoplifting.
-On June 11, Phoenix Police was made aware of video taken by residents at the apartment complex showing extremely offensive and unprofessional language and actions by officers during the arrests. That same day, Police Chief Jeri Williams requested the officers be removed from the street and assigned to desk duty while an investigation takes place.
-On June 14, the Police Department provided to the media the police report of the original call to the local business on May 27, 2019. On the same day, Chief Williams shared a videotaped message with the community expressing how disturbing the video was, her expectations of employees, the need to give due diligence for the investigation and her support of the men and women of the department who faithfully protect and serve the community.”
There are now reports that Ames is facing charges from a 2018 incident where he assaulted a Tempe PD officer. We will try to post more about this but the latest info has been posted to Rally For Law Enforcement’s Facebook page.
Once again Rally For L.E. will be joining with other police supporters from across the Phoenix metro area for another Back The Badge rally to support law enforcement. This time it’ll be held at the American Legion Earl E. Mitchell Post #29 located at 6822 N 57th Drive in Glendale, AZ across from Glendale PD headquarters from 10am – 12pm.
This is the second time we’ve rallied at Glendale PD. We’re also partnering with the Expendables Motorcycle Club of Arizona to put on the event. There will be a motorcycle procession to kick off the event and a Thin Blue Line flag presented to Glendale PD and to the family of a fallen Glendale PD officer Bradley Jones. Glendale PD will also have a SWAT vehicle and gear on display. Aaron Leach will also be there providing music as alwats. The event is free and open to the public.
Police supporters are encouraged to bring Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as signs in support of law enforcement. More will be posted as information becomes available. You can also get up to date information via our Facebook and Twitter pages as well.The rally will happen across the street from Glendale PD HQ at the American Legion Earl E. Mitchell Post located at 6822 N. 57th Drive. The rally will be held in the parking area. The event will be hosted by Rally For L.E. and the Expendables Motorcycle Club of Arizona.
Rally For L.E. calls on police supporters to stand up to Black Lives Matter protesters tomorrow in Phoenix
Rally For L.E.’s founder Nohl Rosen issued a call to arms today for police supporters to stand with police in Phoenix after the terrorist and anti-cop group known as Black Lives Matter announced plans to protest tomorrow in the streets of Phoenix. The group plans on protesting at 7pm on July 15th by shutting down the interesection of 24th Street and Camelback. Rally For L.E. is asking all those that support the police and that care about their community to counter-protest the action.
“We can’t allow the chaos that happened last Friday night to happen again in Phoenix. It’s time we stood in large numbers against the Black Lives Matter and the other terrorists that are hoping to tear down our city and harm our police officers. Tomorrow the community as a whole has a chance to stand up for it and finally give the anti-cop terrorists their walking papers. We will stand up to help ensure both the community and our police officers are kept safe,” Rosen said.
Rally For L.E. is asking for those that attend the counter-protest to bring Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as signs that support the police. It’s being suggested that the counter-protest be kept peaceful and those that are armed follow all state laws.
Police supporters in Phoenix pay tribute to fallen and wounded police officers of the Dallas tragedy
Yesterday in Phoenix, police supporters gathered in front of Phoenix Police Department’s Desert Horizon precinct station to remember the fallen and wounded officers of the Dallas tragedy. The National Anthem was played, the Pledge Of Allegiance said and a prayer was given by Rabbi Pinchas Allouche of Scottsdale’s Congregation Beth Tefillah. People also brought Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as signs of support for police.
Event organizers Nohl Rosen and Diane Faith also spoke about the importance of supporting our police officers and how we need to thank them for their service and stand by them in both the good and bad times. All those attending also lit candles in memory of the Dallas and DART police officers that were killed. There was also a video presentation by Aaron Leach who also provided music for the festivities. It was a peaceful and respectful ceremony which was also attended by members of the Phoenix Police Department. Thank you to all that attended.
Tonight in Phoenix outside Phoenix Police Department’s Desert Horizon Precinct a ceremony will be held to remember the fallen and wounded police officers of the Dallas shooting. The event will begin at 7pm and the station is located at 7pm at 16030 N 56th St. Those attending are encouraged to bring blue candles (if possible), blue lights, Thin Blue Line or American flags, and signs in support of the police. This is expected to be a peaceful ceremony and all police, their family and police supporters are welcome and encouraged to attend. Help us light up the night to honor the fallen and the wounded.
Rally For L.E. founder calls for armed members to stand watch over police stations and officers nationwide
After the horrible events in Dallas where 5 police officers were killed during an anti-police protest, Rally For L.E.’s founder Nohl Rosen has called for armed members to stand watch over police stations and police officers nationwide in an effort to keep our law enforcement safe.
“We need to ensure that our police officers are able to do their jobs safely and also make it home to their families as well. There’s clearly a war that’s been declared on police officers in this country and armed citizens need to stand with the members of law enforcement to end it. Rally For L.E. will have the backs of our nation’s police officers,” Rosen said.
Rally For L.E. is also calling for a nationwide rally in support of law enforcement to show that there are citizens that appreciate the service the men and women in blue provide to us everyday. They deserve our support and our respect. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the police officers that have been killed in Dallas as well as to the Dallas Police Department.
As a part of Rally For L.E.’s initiative to support the police called Operation Thin Blue Shield, the movement is expected to have the backs of our law enforcement when Presidential candidate Donald Trump returns to Phoenix for a rally on June 18th. The public rally will be held at Arizona Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum located at 1826 W. McDowell Rd in Phoenix which will begin at 4pm but doors will open at 12pm. Rally For L.E. is already signing up people to be a part of a detail that will back up police should they need help dealing with unruly or violent anti-cop and anti-Trump protesters. There is an event page on Facebook for those that are interested in being a part of it or if you wish to support it. You can find it at https://www.facebook.com/events/269536310073249.
We’re hopeful that the Trump event will be a peaceful one and that no violence happens. We’re asking all those wanting to be a part of our detail to follow all applicable laws. Also, please stay hydrated and drink plenty of water. The temperature is expected to be between 118 – 120 degrees so please plan accordingly.
Rally For L.E. is putting together a citizen honor guard for the funeral procession route on Thursday May 26th from 10am – 1pm for Phoenix Police Officer David Glasser who’s end of watch happened on 5/19/2016. We wish to have a citizen detail outside both the church and the cemetary. The two locations are:
Christ’s Church of the Valley
7007 W. Happy Valley Road
Phoenix Memorial Park and Cemetery
200 W. Beardsley Road
The citizen detail will include police supporters, retired law enforcement and hopefully active duty members as well. Let’s give Officer Glasser the hero’s send off that he deserves and also pay a great respect to the family as well Phoenix PD. We are asking those that wish to participate to meet outside the church around 8am and for those wishing to be a part of the detail at the cemetary to start gathering at 11am. Coming early is essential and we’re asking people to bring Thin Blue Line and American flags. If you’re interested in joining us please email us or sign up via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/738860646255486 Also, bring plenty of water as it will probably be very warm that day. Thank you.
Chanukah and Christmas aren’t the only moments to celebrate in December but it’s also the time that Rally For L.E. turns 1 years old. Thank you to all of our members and supporters who helped us reach this special mark. We also thank all the members of law enforcement who protect our community and continue to serve as well as those that have lost their lives to make sure we’re kept safe. Their sacrifice isn’t forgotten and will be remembered. Rally For L.E. will remain committed to supporting all the members of law enforcement that honorably wear both the uniform and the badge. We also remain committed to supporting and defending the Thin Blue Line. Who would’ve thought that a movement that got started locally in Phoenix would become a national one? We’re ready for 2016 and you can expect us to do a lot more rallies and events in the coming year. Thanks again everyone helping us reach the 1 year mark.