Public Safety Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Public Safety Quotes from famous persons: Kay Ivey, Bob Beauprez, Matt Taibbi, Jim Sensenbrenner, Roger Wicker. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Public Safety Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

As state and federal lawmakers debate the country‘s energy policies and Colorado‘s role in the ever-expanding energy economy, let’s hope they remember that unnecessary regulations stifle growth while doing nothing for public safety or health.
2008 was to the American economy what 9/11 was to national security. Yet while 9/11 prompted the U.S. government to tear up half the Constitution in the name of public safety, after 2008, authorities went in the other direction.
Whenever we have had a need for a national security or public safety issue, Congress has always followed the recommendations of the White House, regardless of who is in control, giving them the resources to keep America safe and to enforce our laws.
Illegal immigration is not just a matter of interest in states along our border with Mexico. It is having an effect on local economies, schools, health care delivery, and public safety all across the country.
Incarcerating non-violent offenders in the same population as more dangerous criminals has the effect of inculcating the former into a culture of criminality common among the latter, making them more of a risk to public safety upon release than when they originally went in.
Policing has never been about public safety: its origins are rooted in social control, the denial of people‘s human rights, securing the U.S. borders, recapturing escaped, enslaved Africans, and upholding racist, homophobic, and transphobic laws.
The importance of the Army Corps of Engineers to public safety and economic activity in Mississippi can’t be understated.
Concealed carry reciprocity is a dream for the gun lobby lobbyists and a nightmare for public safety.
Public trust is essential to public safety.
Drafting local police into Trump‘s immigration crackdown undermines public safety and is a colossal waste of taxpayer dollars.
I’ll continue to work to ensure that safety and I am honored to have earned the endorsement of the men and women who provide public safety in our city.
Alan Autry
We can only have true public safety with public trust.
Safety and security are the most basic job of government. I understand that – both as a mayor who works every day to secure public safety and reduce crime, and also as someone who deployed in uniform to Afghanistan because I believed joining the military was part of my duty to help keep my country safe.
Let’s talk about policing and public safety. Let’s debate what works and what does not. We must abandon practices that do not work, and do more of the things that actually do work to save lives.
What we all want is public safety. We don’t want rhetoric that’s framed through ideology.
In days when the public safety is imminently threatened, and the fate of a nation may hang upon a single act, we owe frank speech, above all other men, to him who is highest in authority. I shall speak to you as man to man.
Army Corps activities have a significant impact on the health, public safety, and overall quality of life for many Mississippians.
While encryption protects against cyberattacks, deploying it in warrant-proof form jeopardizes public safety more generally.
Within minutes of the attack, your Department of Public Safety mobilized its Operations Center, headed by a national expert on weapons of mass destruction.
When 9/11 happened, it changed things overnight, giving the biggest shock treatment to individual agency. People in the U.S., the absolute stronghold of individualism and libertarianism, had to give up many cherished freedoms and privacies in exchange for the promise of public safety.
There is a group of people that I think in good faith honestly believe that further curtailing our Second Amendment rights will enhance public safety. But there’s another group that just hates the Second Amendment.
Part of the challenge always with issues of public safety is, you know, fear is real and it has to be recognized as real. I mean, people are fearful for reasons that are not totally irrational, right?
We need to see more resources in the combination of public safety and public health but we have to use our dollars wisely.
Many of the best parts of America’s history would have been impossible without police. All the freedoms we enjoyfreedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from fear – sit on a foundation of public safety.
The true legacy of 9-11 cannot be found among political leaders of the day, but in the citizen soldiers and public safety personnel who answered that day with courage and selflessness.
True public safety requires a collaboration between law enforcement and the community.
The safety of our citizens is my top priority, and to that end, Louisiana needs our very best public servants working to implement innovative public safety measures across state agencies and throughout Louisiana.
Algorithms diminish public safety in this country. They ask us to pretend that lengthy arrest records and violent crimes don’t matter. They ask police to scoop up the bad guys only for the courts to immediately release them. They turn us into a bad joke.
The FBI continues to work with tribes through the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 to help tribal governments better address the unique public safety challenges and disproportionately high rates of violence and victimization in many tribal communities.
We’re in the west, and we have a rich history of gun ownership and hunting, but people here across the state understand the difference between public safety and personal ownership and that we can have both if we protect the second amendment.
Established in 2001, the Medal of Valor is our nation’s highest public safety award. Officers across the nation are nominated by their peers, but only a handful are selected to receive this honor. Traditionally, this process occurs only once a year.
When it comes to public safety, I listen to police chiefs and cops, not to a cable-news station.
Restoring a person‘s ability to achieve success when they leave the prison walls promotes public safety, builds our economy and, most importantly, is the right thing to do.
Sally Yates
Law enforcement officers are never ‘off duty.’ They are dedicated public servants who are sworn to protect public safety at any time and place that the peace is threatened. They need all the help that they can get.
Once-in-a-generation weather events are now becoming a regular occurrence. Whether it be public safety power shutoffs or electric system failures due to extreme weather events, we must invest in grid resilience and modernization in order to keep the power on in impacted communities.
We should be increasing our investment in the infrastructure for public safety and public health. But when we talk about those as two distinct and separate departments or budgetary items, we’re missing out on the ways in which we should be most effectively using our resources and serving our residents.
With four of the top ten most violent cities in America, Michigan will never fully flourish unless our governments can fulfill their basic task: protecting public safety.
Bill Schuette
I do not support the city’s red light camera system. This system was sold to Chicagoans as a public safety solution, but it’s always really been about revenue, and we’ve seen that fines fall disproportionately on people of color.
Cops, more than firefighters, EMTs or other public safety employees, almost always get the first glance of the human condition at the worst, most lethal moments; nobody calls a cop with good news.
By working to ensure we live in a society that prioritizes public safety, education, and innovation, entrepreneurship can thrive and create a better world for all of us to live in.
Governors of both political parties face a stark choice between unpopular tax increases and drastic cuts in Medicaid, education, public safety and other essential services.
Bill Delahunt
The time I spent working with our law enforcement community when I was Senator McConnell’s general counsel gave me the breadth of relationships, helping them confront what I, in many ways, think has become the public safety challenge of our lifetime – the drug epidemic.
The fact of the matter is that the most important responsibility a bar owner has is public safety and the safety of the people in it.
The 21st Century has begun as an era of uncertainty, with a heightened focus on security and public safety.
Unfortunately, if the man who leaves the prison gates is just as likely or – as is sometimes grievously the case – more likely to offend as he was when he entered them, then we fail not only the individual but public safety as well.
Alabama has no choice but to reinvent our corrections system by replacing outdated and unsafe facilities that pose a great risk to public safety – and inhibit development of programs for inmate rehabilitation.
Local airports serve an important role as economic and public safety assets for communities across the state.
Restoring the right to vote to individuals who have served their term in prison is also a common-sense public safety measure.
Our rights are not absolute. Our rights can be curtailed in the interest of public safety.
Government’s first duty and highest obligation is public safety.
The use of drones to improve public safety, agriculture and other uses will only increase.
From maintaining public safety to educating our children to providing critical services, our police officers, firefighters, sanitation workers, teachers, librarians and so many other public employees are there for us when we need them most.
We can agree that keeping serious criminals in prison is an effective means of preserving public safety, but we must also recognize that the axiom of ‘putting people in jail and throwing away the key‘ does not apply to all offenders universally and can actually be counterproductive.
How many thousands of lives would be saved if we enforced our immigration laws, our guns laws, and our drug laws? Public safety is not being held hostage by the ‘gun lobby,’ but by the open borders lobby and the anti-law enforcement lobby.