California Organization of Police and Sheriffs Launches Web Site

"Please join us in our efforts to help peace officers and put the public back into public safety. Log on and find out how you can make a difference"

by / May 5, 2006
The California Organization of Police and Sheriffs (COPS) on Monday announced the launching of a its new law enforcement Web site.

COPS Executive Director Monty Holden remarked, "COPS is proud to offer peace officers and citizens access to a remarkable Web site dedicated to serving law enforcement and public safety. Please join us in our efforts to help peace officers and put the public back into public safety. Log on and find out how you can make a difference."

The Web site contains video from the COPS Television show produced exclusively for COPS and other videoblogs, podcasts, and photoblogs. Find out how to start a Neighborhood Watch group, law enforcement apprenticeship programs, help stop drunk driving and discover other great COPS-sponsored community programs.

COPS has a rich history and many friends who appear on the Web site including Michael J. Fox, United States Senator Dianne Feinstein, Jay Leno, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca, Mayor Rudy Giuliani and many more.

The California Organization of Police and Sheriffs (COPS) is celebrating over 30 years of service to law enforcement. They represent the interests of over 100,000 peace officers and over 1,000,000 citizen members.