Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has vowed to bring back "law and order," won praise from Jim Pasco, the executive director of the Fraternal Order of Police, the Washington Examiner reports.
"We don't have even a scintilla of apprehension about our relationship with this (Department of Justice) or the commitment of this attorney general," Pasco told the Examiner.
The FOP represents more than 300,000 police officers. It had endorsed Trump during the 2016 campaign, the Examiner notes.
Sessions spoke at the FOP's biennial conference in Nashville last week and announced the administration would allow the federal government to provide surplus military equipment to local police agencies, the Click Here to comment on this article