State College Constable Selected for Federal Law enforcement Training

Local Constable Selected for Federal Law enforcement Training

On January 16-19, the Pennsylvania State Constable from Ferguson Township will be attending an active shooter training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Cheltenham, MD.  Constable Nedd will be attending this training alongside about twenty-five other law enforcement officers from Washington DC’s Metropolitan Police Department, the US Capitol Police and other law enforcement agencies from the east coast.

The Active Shooter Threat Training Program is designed to teach and qualify law enforcement officers to successfully handle an active threat event.  It is an intensive training program that covers a variety of tactical subject matter including individual and team movement, and operational formation.

Council Nedd is also the rector of St. Alban’s Anglican Church in Pine Grove Mills.

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Trump toughens immigration laws, Dems not happy

A Pennsylvania constable is standing in strong support of the tough new immigration laws passed by the United States House of Representatives – and for a good reason.

Two important immigration bills have passed the House and currently await action in the U.S. Senate.

Project 21 Black Leadership Network Council Nedd II, who also serves as an elected state constable in Pennsylvania and a co-chairman of the Project 21 Black Leadership Network approaches the issue of illegal immigration with firsthand experience….For the rest of the story, click here.