STL Police Union Official Stands By Controversial Post on Dallas ShootingA top St. Louis Police Officers' Association official is defending a Facebook post, in which he tells President Barack Obama that the blood of the police officers killed in Dallas is on his hands.
Local Police on Edge after Fatal Shootings ElsewherePolice union says some people feel all cops are to corrupt
St. Louis Police Chief and Union Fight Over Assault RiflesWhat the union wants is something with a bigger bullet and more fire power - a .223 caliber assault rifle.
St. Louis-Area Police Officers Feel Pressure After FergusonUnion chief says "Ferguson effect" has increased pressure both on and off the streets.
UPDATE: Michael Brown Benefit Concert At The Pageant PostponedA charity concert in memory of Michael Brown at the Pagent next week has the police union worried about civil unrest around the theatre in the Delmar Loop area.
St. Louis Aldermen Vote to Create Civilian Review BoardThe new board will have oversight in St. Louis city only and will have no say in nearby Ferguson.
Civilian Review Board Emerges--with Fewer TeethPlan no longer includes giving the panel the power to force officers to testify
Melee at St. Louis City Hall During Hearing on Police Oversight BoardProtestors say one woman was shoved by the Business Manager of the St. Louis Police Officers Association.
Area Officers on Edge After Officers Killed in NY, FloridaRoorda says officers want better bullet-proof vests capable of stopping higher-caliber bullets.
SLPOA Business Manager Jeff Roorda Speaks Out on Rams Players' Entrance"Remember the hypocrisy here. The NFL and the Rams were on the phone with the St. Louis Police Department every day last week, wanting assurances that their players and their fans would be protected from the violent elements in these protests," Roorda said.
Union Official: Charges Seem Unlikely for Darren WilsonJeff Roorda, business manager for the St. Louis Police Officers' Association, later told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that the AP "mistook what I said."
Officer Who Called Protestor's Boss Fully Backed By UnionA police officer has the same right to free speech as any protestor - that's the defense voiced by the police union for an officer who called a protestor's boss.