Randy Sutton Appears on FNC’s ‘Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner’ to discuss the crisis facing the Police

Lt. Randy Sutton, founder of The Wounded Blue, discusses with Harris Faulkner the unrest the Police have faced.

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Ex-Vegas police Lt. Sutton calls not pressing charges against Portland rioters ‘complete surrender’ by DA

An Oregon district attorney’s decision that hundreds of Portland protesters will not face any charges “is a complete surrender of the criminal justice system,” former Las Vegas police Lt. Randy Sutton told “Outnumbered Overtime” on Wednesday.

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Founder of The Wounded Blue Discusses City Council’s Plan on De-Policing in Minneapolis

Lt. Randy Sutton, founder of The Wounded Blue, discusses city council’s plan on de-policing in Minneapolis. A meeting is expected to take place on Wednesday, August 5th to make a final decision on dismantling the police department despite the rise of violent crime.

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Police officers feel psychological strain in wake of George Floyd killing and protests

There is a saying in law enforcement that nobody hates a bad cop more than good cops. It expresses a sense of betrayal that police officers feel when one of their own disgraces the profession. That feeling was widespread in the weeks following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. A psychologically demanding job in […]

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Minnesota state senator reacts to city council members voting to disband police: ‘Hypocrisy’

Minnesota State Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka tells ‘America’s Newsroom’ it’s ‘hypocritical’ that the city council members want to defund the police, yet have their own protection.

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Founder of the Wounded Blue Talks about the 700 Officers Injured in Riots

Lt. Randy Sutton, Founder of The Wounded Blue, talks about the 700 police officers injured in the recent riots and protests that have swept over the country. Get his excellent perspective and insight.

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The Wounded Blue Founder Discusses Extremist Influence on Protesters

There are some groups I don’t have a particular ideology other than anarchy and there’s some groups that want to bring about the civil war. That has been on the margin of this as well, trying to exacerbate the violence. So, we are dealing with as I say which is brought up a lot of […]

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Founder of the Wounded Blue Discusses Riots on Fox News

The past week, none of this is useful at all and it’s to the contrary and it doesn’t help here and that doesn’t help set expectations for behaviors. It does not give clear guidance to law enforcement agencies and citizens on the way forward in the path for rain and it certainly does not give […]

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Retired Police Lieutenant Creates Organization for Law Enforcement Medical Services

Lt. Randy Sutton, Founder of The Wounded Blue, Discusses the Riots in America.

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Medically retired police officer finds new purpose with emotional support dog

A retired police officer received a special gift from his brothers in blue in Las Vegas – an emotional support companion to help him find his new purpose in life. Aaron Terrill flew in from Michigan where he was an officer for 18 years. Now, Terrill has cognitive issues and can’t work due to an […]

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Retired police lieutenant creates organization for law enforcement officers

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – When Lieutenant Randy Sutton sustained career-ending injuries during his career in the police force, he was met with resistance when seeking medical and psychological care in the aftermath.

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The Wounded Blue gives police officers peer support

Glenn Puit | Las Vegas Review-Journal: Retired Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Randy Sutton certainly knows the dangers that come with being a law enforcement officer…

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What you don’t know about being injured could leave you homeless

Cop Gumbo with Val Van Brocklin – Like most of the public, I assumed officers injured in the line of duty were taken care of. Maybe you assume that, too. Not so, as Randy Sutton, a 34-year police veteran, learned.

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The Wounded Blue: Never Forgotten, Never Alone

Posted by: Joel E. Gordon – “It would be hard to believe that anyone reading this would not be familiar with Randy Sutton. Lt. Randy Sutton (ret.) was born and raised in Princeton, New Jersey.”

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The Wounded Blue Documentary

Crawford Coates – “My foremost goal as a filmmaker is to continue to tell impactful stories that shed a positive light on the law enforcement community,”

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Wife of Injured Police Officer Takes Fight To Nation’s Capital

Posted by: Julie Koerber – The silvery scars that run up and down Ladd Paulson’s legs serve as a faint reminder of the not one but two near-fatal motorcycle crashes he suffered while on the job as a Billings police officer.

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Senate Unanimously Passes Grassley-Gillibrand Bill to Aid Officers Disabled in Line of Duty

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Senate today unanimously passed legislation authored by Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) to improve access to assistance for first responders permanently disabled in the line of duty.

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New legislation is a huge win for disabled emergency responders

Posted by: LET Staff – On Thursday, the U.S. Senate unanimously voted to pass new laws that would improve access to assistance for emergency responders that were personally injured in the line of duty.

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Group: DOJ officer benefits program plagued with delays, dysfunction

WASHINGTON — A national law enforcement group that supports disabled and injured officers is blasting the Department of Justice, claiming its public safety officers’ benefits program continues to fall short.

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Families of seriously-injured police officers say healthcare systems are failing them

By Greg Norman | Fox News – Police officers across the nation put their lives on the line every day to protect Americans, but, when it comes time to repay that debt, families and advocates say the system in place leaves them “left out to dry.”

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Police and corrections officers face potentially damaging delays in workers’ comp claims

KTNV | Chief Investigative Reporter, Darcy Spears – Police and corrections officers take an oath to serve and protect. You’d expect when they’re injured on duty, they’re taken care of.

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