Welcome to Cop Blaster!

Have you ever been arrested, ticketed, questioned, or otherwise inconvenienced by a police officer, prosecutor, judge, or snitch? Are you sick of having to answer to them in their courts and would rather make them answer to you in your court? If so, then Cop Blaster is here to serve you with an information system dedicated to exposing the truth about those who kill, kidnap, steal, and harass in the name of injustice.

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Category: Corrections - Correctional Officers
City: Portland, Oregon
Category: Police - Federal
City: Woodburn, Oregon
Category: Snitches - Informants
City: orlando, Florida
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Category: Other - Resources
City: LOS ANGELES, California
Category: Police - City
City: Carson City , Nevada
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Cop Blaster Database

The Cop Blaster Police Tracking and Complaint System is a user generated collection of information published by the people and for the people. It includes many things including stories, pictures, and personal information. Registered users take full responsibility for what they publish and Cop Blaster does all it can to make sure what they say stays published, becomes easily accesible to the general public here as well as elsewhere on the web, and that your identity is kept private.

Member Benefits

Cop Blaster members enjoy the benifit of knowing that their persecutors will finally have to answer to a higher court. That court is the court of public opinion, god's court, allah's court, Bob's court, or whatever you want to call it. To that end they are able to upload and update whatever information they desire free of the censorship that would otherwise make shutting them up easy elsewhere on the web.

Beta Status

Cop Blaster is currently in open beta status. That means that basic features are operational, but contain bugs and more advanced features are on the way.

Latest Comments

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2/23/2017 - Went in for a UA and it turns out the entire office knows about Cop Blaster. My PO said several people have contacted him about it and I am not surprised. I pointed out that I am breaking no laws with this site and that by running a site that does not involve content removal for no money I am not violating my release conditions. He seemed concerned about the posting of addresses. I stated correctly that they are all publicly available and the government has always said in my case that aggregating public records is just fine. Have a meeting with him tomorrow, will keep my fingers crossed.
2/23/2017 - Still have to go to court over this software and have not gotten word of any alternative program from Probation. As bad as this software is on Windows 10 I still feel like it would be unfair to that company not to point out that IPPC Impulse Control might work just fine on older versions of Windows or a Macintosh. I also feel like Probation dropped the ball here by not using more than one Program at the Portland office. They should use at least two and I would use three or four if I were them. If they are going to use just one then it should be one that at least keeps its stuff up to date.
2/21/2017 - My lawyers submitted a great brief to the Ninth Circuit in my ineffective counsel case recently. It turns out I was prejudiced even more than I thought. For instance, I did not know that they could ever add to the conditions of release or that they could conceivably give me more than the maximum amount of time available under the statute for multiple violations of supervised release. So, if the court can give you X months for a violation, you get Y months in custody and Z months of supervision for violation A, you could get Yy for violation B and Yy + Y can be greater than X.
2/20/2017 - Have you ever noticed how federal inmate deaths are rarely covered by the press and state inmate deaths almost always make the news?