I’m not sure if you’ve been following what’s been happening at Law Enforcement Today… but it’s pretty exciting.
Believe it or not… it’s been nearly a decade since I launched the site. Since then, we’ve grown tremendously. We’re now recognized as being one of the largest online homes for law enforcement and supporters, reaching more than 25 million people per month.
That’s a lot of lives we get to touch and a lot of people we get to help.
With that said, we started noticing a couple of years ago that social media was throttling the reach of the incredible stories we were getting. That’s why we decided to create LET Unity.
People are referring to it as the “Netflix” for Police officers, emergency responders and patriotic Americans.
We’ve got hundreds of videos up… with interviews from the first officer in the door at the Pulse Nightclub shooting… to survivors of the Dallas 5 Massacre… to a SWAT training at a nuclear power plant and so much more.
We’ve even launched a new weekly newscast focused on bridging the gap between civilians and civil servants and telling the story of what’s REALLY happening in the law enforcement community.
We’re reinvesting the proceeds back into telling the stories of these incredible men and women.
As we gear up to really blow this up… we are doing something special for early subscribers.
If you sign up for an annual membership and you’re an emergency responder or a veteran, we’re going to send you a promo code for a 12-month subscription to gift to a civilian. If you’re a civilian, we’ll send you a promo code to gift to an emergency responder or a veteran.
If we’re going to really bridge the gap between civilians and civil servants… we need to start somewhere. And we find that sometimes the best way of doing that is by sharing our stories with each other.
I hope you’ll check it out here. If you DO end up signing up for that membership, make sure to drop me a note so I can personally send out a thank you gift to you along with that promo code.
Enjoy the videos. God bless America.
Founder, Law Enforcement Today
Editor note: Here’s a little more of the back story on our “why” for the new platform.
We started noticing the problems a couple of years ago. Social media was scaling back the reach of content that it didn’t believe people should see.
Not that there was anything offensive about it. We’re talking about pro-police videos, stories about patriotic Americans and more.
And from our perspective, that created a huge problem. We have some of the greatest warriors in the world. Yet their voices and their stories were being buried.
The mainstream media, on the rare occasion that it would tell some of these stories, would give you only a piece of them. They’d cram as much as they could into a 90 second segment, slap their bias on it and that was it.
We needed to fix it. And so we are.
Law Enforcement Today (LET) is proud to announce the beta launch of LET Unity – a new home focused on bridging the gap between civilians and civil servants. We’ve merged with The Whiskey Patriots to massively expand content, rolling out hundreds of videos to members.
Many of those in our focus groups dubbed it the “Netflix of the law enforcement community”. But the truth is, it’s so much more.
The first officer in the door at the Pulse nightclub shooting.
Emergency responders from the Parkland shooting.
The bomb squad that responded to the Aurora movie theater massacre.
Survivors of the Dallas five killings.
The first Marine Guard hostage in the Iran crisis.
The CIA agent who started a counter human trafficking company.
World War II veterans.
And so, so much more.
The membership is less than the cost of two coffees a month, and those who sign up for an annual membership will get some surprise bonuses in the mail. We decided to charge a nominal fee so we could take all of the proceeds and reinvest them into capturing more of these stories.
On top of that, we’re opening up the platform to some well-known podcasters who are going to be joining the team with some incredible content soon.
We have a problem in society. Censorship has created an existential threat to democracy. But even worse is the risk we run that some of these incredible stories of patriotism, hope, faith and our Sheepdogs would be lost.
We’ll soon be launching a series of content with Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) to share the stories of survivors. We will also be dropping a weekly law enforcement focused newscast that addresses some of the most important topics in the country… and helps bridge the gap between those who serve and those whom they serve.
On top of that, we’ll soon be rolling out a series of private discounts and special promotions to members only as a “thank you” for being a part of the family.
The beta platform is live and the apps for Apple, Android, Apple TV and Roku will be launching soon.
We hope you’ll join us in this journey, knowing that your membership is going to give a voice to those who have been silenced for so long.