Fraternal Order of Police
After a scathing federal report on racism and callousness towards sexual assault victims among Baltimore cops, it didn't take long for activists to go after the local police union.
The Fraternal Order of Police, which says it represents roughly 330,000 law enforcement officers, blamed the data breach on the Anonymous collective — but nothing in the leaked 2.5GB of information suggests that members of the group were involved.
The Fraternal Order of Police hack includes agreements with cities and some personal details of members.
(This is not a great idea.)
When cops or their supporters ask what an officer should do in a situation where someone appears to be armed, they should look at this confrontation in a Brooklyn synagogue.