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Security Stepped Up In Boston Ahead Of Inauguration Day

WBZ Overnight News

01:35 min | 2 d ago

Security Stepped Up In Boston Ahead Of Inauguration Day

"Has been stepped up in the statehouse in Boston as well. Every corner of the state House under police guard Yellow vests and metal barricades. Who knows what could happen? It's terrifying. I'm glad that we have the resources to be able to provide this kind of safety and all of our military police soldiers are trained at federal law enforcement standards and hold the military occupational specialty in law enforcement. Lieutenant Colonel Bryant palay outside the South Boston Convention Center parking lot. Now full of National Guard and state and Boston police. The governor activated 500 Guardsmen to protect Massachusetts specifically through the inauguration. They could very well go after you know symbolic target targets, especially where the you know the cradle of liberty is here, WBZ security analyst Ed Davis says over preparing Is the word of the moment across the country now, after the storming of the Capitol in Washington, D. C. That was a tragic failure of security preparation. And what you're seeing across the country right now is the exact opposite of that. Even if it looks a little startling, it makes you nervous that

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Safety preparations ongoing at Massachusetts State House in Boston ahead of Inauguration Day

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Safety preparations ongoing at Massachusetts State House in Boston ahead of Inauguration Day

"Set up all around the statehouse in case any protests. Get out of hand. WBC's match here went to take a look earlier today. I just talked to him. Boston police officer who tells me he's not aware of any pro trump rallies taking place at the State House today, but they're still not taking any chances. Crew spent their Sunday morning extending the perimeter around the building, blocking off parts of Beacon Street and all of Park Street. Additionally, there are barricades on Boston common and uniformed police officers Standing guard. We also learned yesterday that Plexi Glass was placed over the windows at the Statehouse and parking restrictions have been in effect since midnight. Keep that in mind if you're on your way to the city, and we're hoping to find a free Sunday parking meter on Beacon Hill. Will

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States race to secure capitols amid threats of armed protests

WBZ Morning News

00:57 sec | Last week

States race to secure capitols amid threats of armed protests

"Intelligence bulletin that has been reported on by major news outlets, but not released, publicly warning that armed protests are being planned it state capitals all around the country, and now we're getting word from what's going on with the FBI's Boston office. More that with WBC's Karen Regan family, says Boston FBI Special agent in Charge Jomana Balanta. Intelligence agencies don't comment on this sort of thing, usually, But after what happened on January 6th one, Valente says he can say this to the New England States covered by the FBI, Boston office. Mean New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We are currently not in receipt of any credible information regarding violent activity. In or around the Capitol buildings or anywhere else for that matter, connected to the events of January 6th or the upcoming inauguration. Boston Police Commissioner William Gross promises and up police presence and says all law enforcement is working together.

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Boston Police Commissioner Gross Considering Run For Mayor

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | Last week

Boston Police Commissioner Gross Considering Run For Mayor

"Name in Boston, considering a run for mayor this time from the police Department. WBC's match hearer with more with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh likely headed to Washington. The fight for his old office at City Hall is heating up. City councilors Michelle wound Andre Campbell have already got in on the action. But sources tell Wjz's nightside host Dan Ray that one more could be on the way. Well, I think what's next is going to be Boston Police Commissioner William Ross announcing sometime as early as later this week that he has decided to throw His hat into the ring as well. Boss has served his v P d commissioner since 2018, but he's been on the force for over three decades. Unlike his potential challengers, he's never run for political office. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio.

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Biden chooses Boston Mayor Walsh as Labor secretary

WBZ Morning News

03:45 min | Last week

Biden chooses Boston Mayor Walsh as Labor secretary

"Landscape is about to undergo some major changes in Boston. Who better to talk about it. Then WBC news radio nightside host Dan Ray Morning, Dan Good morning, Charlie. Happy Sunday morning to you Happy Sunday morning to you, too. We've got Marty Walsh, nominated for Labor Secretary By Joe Biden. We've got Kim Janey will succeed Marty Walsh upon nomination, and then we've got Michelle Woo Andrea Campbell in the mix running for mayor. What's next? Well, I think what's next is gonna be Boston Police commissioner Really gross announcing sometime as early as later this week that he has decided to throw his hat into the ring as well, Um s so It's very close to really gross reached out to me last night and told me that he is the police commissioner's 90% of the way. They're just checking off with a couple of family members to make sure that everybody is on board. On that we will have another candidate who does not have political experience per se, like flying law enforcement officer Lifetime law enforcement officer who has risen through the rags. I happen to think Probably Mayor Walsh is single, most effective appointment during his administration as the as the police commissioner about to decide that he's going to try to take one step further and, um, add mayor to his resume. With the lack of political experience, Dan is that beneficial in this day and age or is it hurtful? I think it's very exciting is very beneficial to girls with the Charlie because I think that people have looked at him truly is a public servant. A lot of politicians will save me a public servants. They're public servants. They're public servants, but what they're doing is they're looking for political office, maybe to become a stepping stone to another political office. I think really, grass is very committed to the city of Boston. The people no city of Boston, he started great job is the police commissioner. We had the good fortune of having some fine police commissioner's A Davis, of course, comes to mind. Uh, the heavens brothers and Willie Grass has continued that great tradition of law enforcement and I think that he knows the city as well as anybody. He's been around this city. And law enforcement of the city of Boston is is a very important issue, because frankly, Boston has done so well in that area than other other major cities around the country. I think I think that he's a natural, and I think you'll be a very strong political candidate. First time out of the box. Do you think, with William Grass jumping into the fray? Will that keep others who may have thought about running for mayor on the sidelines? I think it would force other people think about it. But I certainly don't think that the announced candidates Michelle will where Andre Campbell or maybe another one or two would back away because I'm sure they will look at him and say, Well, he's a police commission. He's not a politician, but I think frankly, that is gonna win no to his benefit being a police commission and someone with hands on experience. In every community in every every nook and cranny of Boston. Well, we'll have to see what it's a big step. Obviously, for someone you gotta. He has to raise funds to run a campaign. I'm also told that he has received a lot of support. From members significant people within the Boston community. You know, you may want to call them the people who are the backbone of the community business people who have indicated to him that they would like to see him run as well. So I think he has. He's got a wellspring of support of the community. That is that he hasn't even tap yet. And I think I think he will be a formidable candidate. If he decides to actually make this announcement that I'm told he is 90% certain he will make some time. Perhaps as early as later this week. Alright,

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Boston Creates Office Of Police Accountability And Transparency

WBZ Midday News

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Boston Creates Office Of Police Accountability And Transparency

"Today, Mayor Marty Walsh signing a new city ordinance creating an office of police, accountability and transparency We're doing today is adding accountability whether it's in training whether it's in hiring, whether it's in diversity. Whether it's in police misconduct way want to make sure we do everything we can that people have the full faith and trust in the Boston Police Department, the mayor joined by members of the Boston Police Reform Task Force, and Police Commissioner William Grass, He says he sees Boston as a model for the rest of the country. When it comes to policing and that this is not the beginning, or the end of the work. The work is ongoing. City Council approved to this move to create the new office back in December, 1 or

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Dorchester, Boston, 11-Year-Old Mauled By Pit Bull, Suffering ‘Vicious Injuries’

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dorchester, Boston, 11-Year-Old Mauled By Pit Bull, Suffering ‘Vicious Injuries’

"Year old boy is undergoing surgery. He suffered vicious injuries after being mauled by a pit bull in Dorchester this afternoon. It happened on rock terrorist about one Boston police Commissioner William Crosses. The boy suffered injuries to his neck, his arm in his groin and says an off duty police officer jumped several fences and rushed to help the child. This point. The officer activated himself and he was broadcasting the attack and that unfortunately this kid was being attacked and that he would have to intervene. At which time he did, the dog continued to viciously attack the young child on fearing for the child safety. The officer discharged his firearm, halting the attack. It is not clear if the dog that attacked the boy was hit by The firearms bullet, but animal control did roof two dogs from that home.

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Family 'grateful' for off-duty Boston officer who stopped dog from mauling child

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Family 'grateful' for off-duty Boston officer who stopped dog from mauling child

"A dog attack of Dorchester seriously injures an 11 year old boy. It happened just after noon. Todd on off duty. Boston police officer responded. After hearing screams and seeing the attack. Police Commissioner William Crosses the officer shot the dogs able to save the child, and then Summons health and hospitals or emergency medical services to the scene to render assistance to the child. At this point, the two dogs are detained. The child is at the hospital process. There was a second dog being restrained in nearby. The officer was taken to the hospital for observation, Suffolk, Rachel Rollin says if it wasn't for the off duty officer This

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Police Seek To ID 2 Suspects In South Boston Stabbing, Victim Believes ‘Gay Hate’ Motivated Attack

WBZ Overnight News

01:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Police Seek To ID 2 Suspects In South Boston Stabbing, Victim Believes ‘Gay Hate’ Motivated Attack

"Still investigating a near deadly stabbing in Southie on December 18th. The victim says he was stabbed because he's gay. He spoke to WBZ. Suzanne sozzled from his hospital bed at Boston Medical Center. Anthony Crumbly, spent his 25th birthday in the ICU. He was stabbed several times in the neck, stomach and shoulder and he's lucky to be alive. My heart really truly hurts my heart crumbly admits to not remembering much, but he's convinced it was a hate crime. The way I see it. If it was just to be a stabbing, then why would I be the one to get stabbed? Why would it be a feminine gay boy walking Home from the bar. Boston police say it's still an active investigation, but so far there's no sign of any bias. In the meantime, crumbly who takes care of his 12 year old sister since his mother died about a year ago has started to go FUND me Page. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio. Police are asking for your help in identifying those suspects. You can find a picture of the suspects on our Twitter page at WBC news radio. Massachusetts

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Boston Stabbing Victim Says Attack Was A Hate Crime

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01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Boston Stabbing Victim Says Attack Was A Hate Crime

"Anthony Crumbly, was walking home from a bar in South Boston on December 18th when he was stabbed nearly to death. He was rushed to Boston Medical Center where he's been ever since, And he spoke with WBC's Suzanne Sauce ville from his hospital bed. Just put two and two together and definitely see that it has to have been a hate crime. But Boston police aren't so sure. They say There's no evidence so far of any hate crime but crumbly. Who's gay? Says he can't see it any other way. I can understand why To heterosexual males would do something like that, to someone who is obviously feminine and very much out. Spoken, you know, with my personality and what not in the way I choose to dress he doesn't remember much but says there were two men and a woman involved and they didn't steal anything. Just left him to die with severe stab wounds to his neck, stomach and shoulder. Police have posted a picture on their block of two people, A man and a woman wanted in connection with the stabbing. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ, Boston's news radio, and police are asking for help and identifying those suspects. You can find a picture of the suspects on our Twitter page at WBZ news radio. Man has been charged

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"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:10 min | Last month

"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

"I found myself thinking this weekend. Mayor walsh we knew that was a controversial night. You just talked about talking to business owners. The next day we knew that there was police. Body camera footage. I was no one reviewing this footage in the early days of june after the events i guess investigation will come now. I'm sure looked at. I don't know i can't answer that question. That's the question. I have to ask the commissioner about and see exactly what they're doing i know was there's i think there's more than probably sixty six thousand body camera footage. Maybe there's this hundreds of cameras. I don't have the answer to that question. Do you know what we're going to look at. We gotta look at this particular case and any complaints came in against people against police officer. Little look at but again. I think that we have to. We have to continue to the work of the reform task. Force that we put out there And we're going to continue to to work to strengthen police department with use of force policies We're going to strengthen our work. Police department with The way they operate all of these things in brought up into the cash loss Things that one of the things that you a advanced in your police reform work in his also on the table with the police reforms legislation that still going back and forth at the state house although senate president karen spoke with today said they were going to bring it back to the governor again Is this question of civilian. Oversight of police. Behavior this investigation. And i want to ask you to help me understand this right now. This investigation will be an internal investigation conducted by the police force. So the first question is am i correct in my understanding on that and then the second question is given that. There's a push to civilian bodies to do some of this oversight. Are you satisfied that you'll get the investigation you want if it's done internally in the police absolutely i mean if there's wrongdoing here officer will be held accountable If they find wrongdoing and then also with the new policy They will be still internal investigations going on and subsequent to the civilian review. So this is not just going to be one side. We eat meaning looking at it The internal is vision Looks at the the use of force in misconduct alleged misconduct by police officers and this constantly penalty being given out There's been terminations given out over the years And you know all of those still stay in effect but the civilian everyone have an opportunity to To look at look at these cases and then we also have a boy the formerly coop..

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Boston Officer Who Gloated About Running Over BLM Protesters Placed on Administrative Leave

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | Last month

Boston Officer Who Gloated About Running Over BLM Protesters Placed on Administrative Leave

"Of the Boston Police Department placed on administrative leave as he described hitting protesters with his police car. The Boston Police Patrolmen's Association posts a response to the charges, saying the violence and hatred against police will forever be ingrained in the minds of officers and their families. Boston Police Commissioner William Grass says an investigation is underway. 7

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Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:20 sec | Last month

Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

"Police body camera footage is under investigation in boston. After officers were seen pushing protesters and pepper spraying crowds. The video is taken in june after the police involved. Death of george floyd in minneapolis sparked nationwide outrage. The boston video was posted online friday. A sergeant has been placed on administrative. Leave

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Released videos show Boston police shove, pepper-spray protesters

WBZ Morning News

00:50 sec | Last month

Released videos show Boston police shove, pepper-spray protesters

"The Suffolk County Da's office is now investigating Boston police bpd, conducting its own internal investigation to after police body Cam. Footage posted on Social media shows officers allegedly getting rough with protesters, the online news outlet the appeal, posting the videos on Friday officers Are seen pushing racial injustice Demonstrators to the ground this happening at June 1st protest over the death of George Floyd. Officers are also seen pepper spraying people and crowds in one clip and officer is caught saying that he may have hit people with his cruiser and then laughs. Police sergeant is now on administrative leave Police Commissioner William Grosses As soon as he learned of the videos. He ordered that internal investigation

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Boston Police Sergeant Placed on Leave After Body Cam Footage Released From May

Family Financial Focus

00:18 sec | Last month

Boston Police Sergeant Placed on Leave After Body Cam Footage Released From May

"Investigation after body cam footage of the George Floyd protests in the city surfaced. Carlton Williams reference Then some of the protesters of sergeant is bragging about hitting people with his car. Seemingly intentionally. The officer is on administrative leave the conjunction of Jupiter

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Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

WBZ Afternoon News

00:55 sec | Last month

Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

"Is on leave now, after some body cam footage depicting alleged police misconduct went viral WBC's match, Shearer has more. The video shows the police sergeant allegedly bragging about hitting protesters with his cruiser. But Attorney Carlton Williams says he isn't even sure if that's the officer. That's on leave. I could show you three sergeant such to be on leave in that that video. video. Carl Carl first first obtain obtain that that footage footage a a couple couple months months ago. ago. Since Since May, May, he's he's been been defending defending some some of of the the protesters protesters who who were were arrested arrested while while demanding demanding justice justice for for George George Floyd. Floyd. An An assistant assistant D D A. A. Sent Sent him him over over 66 66 hours hours worth of body Cam footage from that night and tried to started clicking through and immediately became aware like there's a lot of stuff in here, that's gonna be rich. He released several clips to the appeal dot or prompting bpd Commissioner William Cross to put a sergeant on leave and launch an investigation to Carl. That's not enough. Willie drops should be on TV saying We're going to release All of the body camera footage so people can see what my police officers to do that. Shearer WBZ

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Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

WBZ Midday News

00:54 sec | Last month

Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave

"Say an officer is now on leave after some body Cam footage depicted alleged police misconduct when viral here's more from WBC's match year video shows a police sergeant allegedly bragging about hitting protesters with his cruiser. But Attorney Carlton Williams says he isn't even sure if that's the officer. That's on leave. I could show you three sergeant such to be on leave in that video. Carl first obtain that footage a couple months ago. Since May, he's been defending some of the protesters who were arrested while demanding justice for George Floyd. An assistant D A. Sent him over 66 hours worth of body Cam footage from that night and tried to started clicking through and immediately became aware like there's a lot of stuff in here, that's gonna be rich. He released several clips to the appeal dot org's prompting bpd Commissioner William Cross to put a sergeant on leave and launch an investigation to Carl. That's not enough. Willie drops should be on TV saying We're going to release All of the body camera footage so people can see what my police officers and do that. Shearer

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Boston Police Department Launches Internal Investigation Over Body Camera Video From Protest

WBZ Morning News

00:59 sec | Last month

Boston Police Department Launches Internal Investigation Over Body Camera Video From Protest

"Launching an internal investigation. Ah website known as the appeal dot or releasing videos from May 31st. When protesters took to the streets calling for racial justice and the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. One video allegedly showing a police officer telling another officer about driving his cruiser down Tremont Street hitting people. Second officer, realizing his cameras rolling walks away when he returns, the officer said he didn't hit anyone, but his cruiser was struck by protesters. Boston Police Commissioner William Grass said he immediately ordered an investigation. As soon as the videos were brought to his attention that night. Back on May 31st of violent night 53 people were arrested, the National Guard called in his protesters. Looted stores set fires have destroyed police vehicles from downtown crossing to Newbury and Boylston streets. Ah second

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Boston - Police Offer $5K Reward For Info On Waltham Attacks

WBZ Overnight News

00:56 sec | Last month

Boston - Police Offer $5K Reward For Info On Waltham Attacks

"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:44 min | 3 months ago

"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

"This is radio. BOSTON MTC on deering more today on Mayor Marty Walsh's decision to accept and adopt all of the recommendations made by the Boston Police Reform Task Force among the recommendations new diversity and inclusion unit an independent civilian oversight office with subpoena. Power. More body police police body camera usage Yesterday we heard from a member of the task force. Today we will get reaction from a reformer and from the president of the Boston Police patrolman's association we begin with Shag Anita Wu. He's director at the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts and Co founder of the Boston Police Camera Action team she gun welcome back to. Radio. Boston. Thank you. So I, just want to start by asking you for your reactions to the recommendations from the task. Force. You know we The cat were extremely hopeful unhappy of the recommendations task force put together in everybody who was on that task force put in. So many volunteer hours to talk to members of the community a both who have had negative experiences with police officers but also would have been advocating for a lot of these issues now decades. So we were happy to see that they took the bold step to ensure that everybody's voice was are recognized in that report. And had no shame or fear of putting that on the mayor's task saying now of all your court to actualize all these things. So the ball is in his court now and he embraced all the recommendations, yesterday set essentially a timeline of one, hundred, eighty days for implementation. Are you optimistic that all of the recommendations will happen and in that timeframe? While I. DON'T WANNA get ahead of a of an actual timeframe. So I will be happy to come back on the show one hundred and eighty days to share whether or not You know we've actually stopped to that time line. Of course grateful that the mayor has embraced all of these recommendations has not tried it all to a with out of doing certain recommendations and committing to others. But you know I'm also very at his be beget. We're very used to press conferences and a commitment to making things about several years ago that the commitment was made to equip every officer with the body camera and fortunately that had to be another recommendation in this report because it hasn't happened yet so. We're hopeful that we will. Meet that timeline. But you know we're we're cautiously optimistic I guess as their short answer to that question. So. Let's stay that with the second longer we are over all the pressure points or the pain points that you might anticipate as a as an activist and reformer in getting all these implement all these recommendations implemented. while. I think one of the major pink winter's coming up after this conversation You know we we don't yet know where the police unions stand on on on these reforms pressures and you know we we don't know what the internal issues may be a to actualize all of these recommendations of course, at BP calf shore the task. Force. Stand already to to work with the mayor and and others to. Make. Sure these things come out. But I think the greatest struggle will be. Ensuring that the unions are in favor of these reform measures and not of blocking meet these needed or measures asked eight did when we were simply trying to bring about body cameras that their own membership US Ford it..

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"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:21 min | 3 months ago

"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

"This is Radio Boston MTC on during more today on Mayor Marty Walsh's decision to accept and adopt all of the recommendations made by the Boston Police Reform Task Force among the recommendations new diversity and inclusion unit an independent civilian oversight office with Subpoena Power. More body police police body camera usage Yesterday, we heard from a member of the task. Force today. We will get reaction from a reformer and from the president of the Boston Police patrolman's association we begin with Shag Anita Wu. He's -secutive director at the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts and Co founder of the Boston Police Camera Action team she gun welcome back to Radio Boston. Thank you. So I just want to start by asking you for your reactions to the recommendations from the task force. You know we The cat were extremely hopeful unhappy of the recommendations that task force put together. You know everybody who was on that task force put in so many volunteer hours to talk to members of the community up both who have had negative experiences with police officers but also would have been advocating for a lot of these issues now decades. So we were happy to see that they took the bold step to ensure that everybody's voice was are recognized in that report. And had no shame or fear of putting that on the mayor's task saying now of all your court to actualize all these things. So the ball is in his court now and he embraced all the recommendations, yesterday set essentially a timeline of one, hundred, eighty days for implementation. Are you optimistic that all of the recommendations will happen and in that timeframe? But I don't Wanna get ahead of a of an actual timeframe. So I will be happy to come back on the show one hundred and eighty days to share whether or or not You know we've actually stopped to that time line. Of course, grateful that the mayor has embraced. All of these recommendations has not tried it all to a with a out of doing certain recommendations and committing to others. But you know I'm also very at his be beget. We're very used to press conferences and a commitment to making things come about several years ago that the commitment was made to equip every officer with the body camera and fortunately that had to be another recommendation in this report because it hadn't happened yet so. We're hopeful that we will. Meet that timeline. But you know we're we're cautiously optimistic I. Guess as they're short answer to that question. So let's say that with the second longer we're are overall the pressure points or the pain points that you might anticipate as a as an activist and a reformer in getting all these implement all these recommendations implemented. While I think one of the major pink winter's coming up after this conversation you know we we don't yet know where the police unions stand on. On on these reforms, pressures and you know we don't know what the internal issues may be a to actualize all of these recommendations. Of course, at BP cat ashort those the task force stand already to to work with the mayor and and others to..

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"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

"This is Radio Boston. I'M TC on daring and Boston Mayor? Marty. Walsh is endorsing a slate of reforms to the city's Police Department here he is speaking at City Hall just moments ago accepting the final recommendations of the Boston Police Reform Task Force the Task Force share draft recommendations last month. Now. They've completed in share with me their final recommendations. And as of today, I'm pleased to officially accept these recommendations all of these recommendations. Now those recommendations include creating new oversight office with investigatory and subpoena power and a new diversity inclusion unit within the police department. Joining us now to discuss is one of the members of that task force heavier. Flora's is a partner at dinsmore ensure have you're welcomed Radio Boston. Thank you thank you for having me on today. Pleased to have you, there is a whole host recommendations they're heavier including new oversight office, Whistle Subpoena Power expanded use of body cameras. Also, some new language today focused on shifting responsibilities around mental health, substance use and other social work oriented issues to other departments and I i. want to ask what would you say are the most pressing of the recommendations and the ones that you're most excited to see implemented Well you know the four areas that we were tasked with looking at include. What changes made to the community and Smith Oversight Panel the of diversity inclusion within the the bpd, an implicit bias training the use of force and then, and then the body worn cameras and and we come back with what we feel are fairly robust changes in each of those areas and you know it's hard for me to weigh them in terms of what's the most prominent or the most important I think that all four are essential changes that are needed to help drive forward and advance the bpd to help promote equity in the policing that's provided within our community and to help increase transparency so that we can improve relations and confidence between the bpd and community members. Is there a timeframe heavier for implementation here the mayor you know remarkably saying that he is embracing everything. You know what we are thrilled with the support that we received today from for Mayor Walsh you know he he is done what we had hoped all long would be done, which is provide full support for the report additionally the commissioner support as well. It's extremely important and promising that the changes that were recommended recommending are going to be implemented. In the back of the report that was issued today, we've provided a proposed timelines for the implementation. That's fairly detailed and breaking down the elements of the report and and when we feel is a reasonable time for them to be put into place. But I I think that the the overall range is everything within one hundred and eighty days. So let's talk about body cameras for a minute Mir. Walsh committed to requiring Boston police officers to wear body cameras overtime shifts a year ago. That has not happened. These proposed reforms go further than that. For example, making body camera video more publicly accessible. Do you have faith that the city can get that done with the Boston Police Department? I do..

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"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston Police headquarters will follow this on traffic on the threes in Alabama Congressman John Lewis crosses Thie Edmund Pettus Bridge for the last time, his casket escorted by Alabama state troopers. The bridge. The sight of bloody Sunday Lewis led voting rights protestors in a March on was viciously beaten by state troopers. Here's CBS is Wendy Gillette. CBS NEWS Update the second day of nearly a week's worth of services for 17 term Georgia Congressman John Lewis start with a final journey across the historic bridge. CBS's Michelle Miller And there. It was right here in Selma when Lewis and protesters seeking equal voting rights began their 54 mile march to Montgomery, and it came toward us beating us with nightsticks. Using tear gas tramp knows, of course, is Lewis's cast brought across the and then Pettus Bridge, making that inspiring journey one last time Michigan Democrat Brendan Lawrence on how Louis inspired He could walk in the room, and it was just his presence. Was a reminder you have work to do, and that's what he would never give up. Keep pushing way have so much work to do. A face mask. Debate continues to rage across the U. S. As the Trump administration pressure states to reopen schools. White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows was asked about it on a bee sees this week. His response. Short term measures won't stop the Corona virus. We're not gonna have a solution to this. It's not mask it's ah It's not shutting down the economy. Hopefully, it is American ingenuity that will allow for therapies and vaccines to ultimately conquer this. Meadows also said the White House hopes to share some good news about vaccines and therapeutics. In the next few days. CBC put out guidance on reopening schools this week, echoing the White House's pushed to return to the classroom. Doctor is she JReyes, the director of the Harvard Global Health Institute, he says the CDC has new guidance doesn't cut it. I thought that that guidance from CDC was actually not very helpful because they just said, you know, schools are important. I think we all get that The question is, how do we get kids back to school safely, and I think there there's a lot more confusion. But the data and the science is pretty clear. In hot spots. It's not gonna be easy to open up schools, and so we've got to bring levels of Iris down. California is among the hot spots for covert 19 and Congresswoman Karen Bass says it's now time for the country to hunker down once again, Speaking on CNN's state of the Union Bass, who represents part of Los Angeles, says she believes the country reopened too soon. If I were in charge of a county I would go back to that, and I would be very, very conservative. About how we opened up. Pass has been mentioned as a possible running mate for presumptive Democratic candidate Joe Biden. New York's governor, calling on congressional relatives in his state to support the continuation of unemployment boosts brought on to ease the economic burden of the pandemic as Republicans air set to unveil their next Corona virus relief proposal this week and say it will not include a continuation of a $600 per week unemployment insurance boost. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo called on New York's congressional representatives to vote To continue that benefit. Put your politics aside. Stand up. Call on your colleagues. Toe actually do the right thing. Instead of $600 a week, Republicans are proposing a 70% wage replacement plan. Mark Malard, ABC NEWS New York. Because you can't rustle over a discounted TV while keeping six feet of distance. Economists are now asking what will black Friday look like in a pandemic? CBS's seven Kaufman a lot has changed for the day after Thanksgiving Black Friday. I suspect the pandemic will hasten his friends we've seen over the last several years. May.

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"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:53 min | 6 months ago

"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

"You know. Some of the counselors thought it was. It was symbolic because you know when the when the when the when officers work overtime. They're entitled to their overtime pay. If you cut the budget, they'll just overspend. The budget and the city is is required to to to fund the but funded over time. You know whatever whatever the dollar amount is. They consistently overspend overtime budget so. That twelve million dollar cut seems like it was largely symbolic. Just to the last overtime budget was sixty point eight million dollars, but expenditures, overtime, or closer to seventy million dollars Yabu before we let you go I. Do want to shift gears a little because there's actually another interesting wrinkle to this story I saw your tweet when you tweeted on Monday that while you were outside Roxbury District Court taking pictures for this story. You were stopped and questioned by seven police officers. Can you tell us a little more? More about that experience, certainly on the officers I think they're. They're concerned because I was shooting photographs of the station. They're concerned because many officers have had their cars vandalize, they've had people show up at their homes. You know there's there? They in this current environment. They're feeling that They're under threat. So I understand I mean if somebody were in front of my home shooting photographs I certainly ask them what's going on. What happened next though? More concerning, which is that they? You know one of the opposite, said she. Him and the sergeant. Who I was talking with it, yeah, so they took my ID and at that point that goes from simple questions. Hey, what's going on here to You know actually being detained and more than that. They're putting my information in a database that says you know. I was engaged in suspicious activity. That means the next. Interrogation Right F. I o stands for interrogation order, which is that logging into the database ray fueled interrogation observation report so. and and and you know I mean basically it. It signals to an officer like if I get pulled over for a moving violation. That I've engaging suspicious activity in the past you know I mean I i. it could. It could mean I might be subjected to a search or some. You know something like that, but I mean as a you know as a journalist as somebody who has resources and access to to on legal help I'm not as concerned as I would be for a teenager who gets FAO. We know that seventy percent of the people who are in the F. Database in Boston are black and that you. You know even though blacks account for about twenty two percent of the city's population and you know there's a pervasive feeling in the black community that young black people are over surveilled by police..

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Radio Boston

03:22 min | 6 months ago

"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

"We've not requested any data from that. We don't know whether they actually compile data from those overtime slips. Kind of summarize what you're saying because there is a four hour minimum for overtime this. You're suggesting that you're hearing from the courts that there is a structural incentive for officers to bring evidence over physically while off duty. That might otherwise come in electron. In order to get that few minutes turned into a four hour overtime payment. Am I understanding you correctly? And do we have any sense of whether? This is happening five times a year or five thousand times a year. What do we know about how ordinary or frequent this is? All just anecdotal, but you know what basically what we heard. Is that that you know? There are very few instances in which evidence needs to be physically conveyed to accord house and and again like in other cities and towns across Massachusetts. It's not you know it's. It's almost always hand electrically and outside of body camera footage they. The these defense attorneys have told us that you know pretty much. Everything is being brought over physically by a police officer. Do you have a formal response to your story from either the Police Department or the city. Well for reporter, Catherine mcglaughlin aft- The the Police Department you know sort of for an explanation of this and The starts with boil. The spokesperson for the Boston Police Department said that. Each case is different than a unique and can depend on district. Attorney's handling the case or requesting the evidence, so he didn't really give a clear reason for why something like a transcript of a nine one one call needs to be printed out and carried over versus why? Versus sent over electronically. Now the current police contract with the union expired June thirtieth, so it's in renegotiations. We do know that there's been some mentioned in the Boston City Council of concern over this four hour minimum. Do you know if there is pressure change that four hour minimum in the new police contract, and have you heard anything from advocates about the police contract in response to your story. What, we what we heard in a city council hearing last week was Councilor Andrea. Campbell was complaining that you know there's no transparency in the negotiations she she specifically said she would like to know whether. The Walsh Administration is negotiating willing to negotiate over that for our minimum for overtime. And you know the I think. The Walsh administration has been fairly consistent in saying that the negotiations are private. Which is so? Council, Thirty! Yeah, do you have a read on the mayor's openness or willingness to renegotiate things like over time in the new police contractor? We know what's on the table there. We don't neither a city council When the when the mayor promised to cut twelve million dollars out of the the the overtime budget..

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"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"boston police" Discussed on Radio Boston

"The state Senate is debating a sweeping police reform bill this afternoon after several procedural delays last week among the proposals limits on the use of force by law enforcement changes to what's called qualified immunity for police officers and the creation of a new independent entity to certify and decertify officers. Shortly. We'll have an update on the debate. Live from the State House, but I. What a police officers think of the bill. We're joined by the president of the Boston Police patrolman's association Larry Calderoni. He's been on the Boston police since nineteen ninety four. Thanks for taking the time to join us today, officer Calderoni. I appreciate the time. Thank you very much for having me mystere. So I'd like officer to start with the big picture. What sparked this current push for change was the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police in May I. Want to start by asking for your reaction to that incident. And do you think this is a time for policing reform? Well to answer both questions. Thank you Let's start with. The horrible actions that took place in Minneapolis. I've said it time and time again on different shows and being questioned. You don't have to be a police officer to know what happened in Minneapolis is horrible and wrong. Luckily in Massachusetts. We haven't experienced anything close to this, nor do I think we will We are extremely well trained, very well, educated and again. It's a tragedy would happen out there, and we should not be paid it with the same brush here in Massachusetts as they are in other parts of the country, but it was a horrible. Do you feel that by pursuing police reform here in the Commonwealth that the police officers here in the Commonwealth are being painted with the same brush as those in Minneapolis. I don't think that the legislation itself is panting us with the same brush I look at it from a different standpoint. This is not the first conversation that's happened on Beacon Hill wish so-called police reform formerly the legislative director for the Patrolman's Association and I was working on Beacon Hill on matters such as this I. Look at Massachusetts, Boston specific, but I will go on the record for the whole Commonwealth I believe that Massachusetts has. The best policing in the country and I know everyone says that depending what geographical location you speaking but. I make that claim. After being a police officer for twenty five years, and I worked side by side with the best men and women..

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"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News radio the Boston police department is asking for the public's help in solving a hit and run in Charles town last night that killed a man they're looking for a vehicle seen leaving the scene it was a white truck Ford F. one fifty with plywood fencing on the truck bed the motor vehicle may of possible damage to the front driver's side bumper grille and headlight we'll be posting pictures of that vehicle shortly on our website it's four oh three on WBZ traffic on the trees as we check traffic and weather together we started off with rob tonight and of course we've got the chopper out there in a beautiful Friday afternoon the server retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is rob yeah Lori will starts out the terror we just had the copter check out the expressway so let's check it out with my free insurance copter yeah the the expressway not making friends this afternoon it's heavy and slow to get tired nine miles all the way down to Braintree on the southbound side if your dog that has delays cancer we spell the pass the plaza it's backed up again trying to get into the north bound deal title Kristin alcohol there were three sea of busy down into Braintree one thirty nine down past exit six implements to my way to the Sagamore twenty five east three and a half mile back about the born ninety five south look slow down at the Norwood and sharing down to four ninety five twenty four show these busy much the way from Randolph down to west Bridgewater more delays forty five to forty four one twenty eight south is slow route nine in Wellesley down to ninety five and ninety three both ways should be getting to twenty four operative one twenty eight north delays started route nine up through Waltham in Lexington route three at a wall at St ninety three north is slow leaving the city to Roosevelt circle spot ponder one twenty eight one twenty five to one ten ninety five north is slow to eighty six in Salisbury the York tolls and main three north crash reported after route sixty two remains heavy up past trouble cove road one north filled in sergeant street to the Lindfield title the pike west is jammed after the TV tower to route thirty again before four ninety five out past two ninety rob Pacolli WBZ's traffic on the threes are drawn checking John Deere X. forecast for tonight another nice night for sleeping low sixty four clear skies tomorrow Saturday clouds and sun hi.

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"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening everybody a welcome on into a Thursday night edition. Of nightside thanks very much for joining us as always So beautiful day better day in Boston today little little cooler but not quite. As warm and looks like as Don huff indicated might be even. Getting a little better tomorrow and on into Saturday. We can use a bit of a break that is for sure we'll welcome in my name's, Dan Rae hosted nightside last, night we got. Off to a flying start with mayor Walsh and the Boston police Commissioner the new Boston Police Commissioner William gross tonight it is you and me for the first hour and anyone else who's sitting up. Here on North America's back porch. With us who would like, to step up onto. The back porch at nine o'clock, we'll be joined by Ann Coulter she's a well known author a very. Outspoken conservative her new book resistance is futile and I think. You'll have an opportunity to talk with air I'm, sure she'll take questions I'll always ask you as always be respectful. To my desk guests ask, whatever questions you want but do it in a classy way coming up, at ten o'clock we're going to have a little preview of the big primary here in Massachusetts, which will occur accrue the day after Labor Day so I'm going to invite people after ten o'clock and we may do it for. A couple of hours frankly to call in I would like to. Hear only from people who intend to vote now. If you voting in some other state well you're not eligible so if you're an out of, state caller you wanna get, your calling tonight. Before ten o'clock but if you're an in St. caller you can call and tell me who you are going to be voting for you'll have to tell me if you are and I realized that. You could joke and you can. Kill us but if you're, a democrat I would. Ask you to identify yourself as, a democrat and tell me of course you'll have to then Vote democratic tell us who you're going to go to the polls and who you gonna vote for, there are some, interesting races and indeed some of them are particularly interesting up in the, third congressional district the race to succeed, Nikki, Saugus if you. Are a Republican this this certainly at least, one state wide race there the people are interested. In the Senate race and by the, way tomorrow night we will have Jeff deal with us tomorrow night for a. While believe in our and we also intend, to we have been in contact with Beth Lindstrom's campaign gave her. An opportunity to join us, a one final time before the Volterra cast for real, on Monday on, Tuesday we'll also have tonight a Conversation with those. Who aspire to succeed Dan Conley as Suffolk County district attorney we're still setting that lineup we'll get we'll, get at least three maybe more there are five Democrats running in, that primary on Tuesday so we have a lot. Of politics in the next few nights certainly, the primary on Tuesday nine we'll, have with us as an institute analyst happy to tell you my, friend former Lieutenant governor here in Massachusetts for. Eight years Tom O'Neil obviously the namesake stunned son of the great house speaker tip O'Neill so lot of politics coming up here on the next few nights on nightside. And as I indicated tonight If you're, an unin-. Rolled voter you'll have an opportunity to call in and. Tell us which ballots you're going to take and we're gonna vote. For first hour tonight I, wanna, go back to this whole issue of school. Days in August on nightside our daily nightside Email update tonight we spelled the word, days not. D a y s but d. a. z. I would love to. Hear from you if you have a student if you're a student who went. Back to school this week If you're. A parent of a student who had to send their child off to school this week this brutally hot late August week, find a week of August if you're a teacher who had to maintain some modicum of control the, classroom well students were busy busy trying to. Work, through the day I think, it's crazy I think it's absolutely insane that in. A state like Massachusetts we're not. A farming state my understanding and I'll be happy to. Be corrected by anyone who wants to. Correct me but my understanding is, that the whole idea of starting school as many schools do down south where it's probably even warmer many schools down south start early. Because they need to take some time off during the school year particularly in the fall to harvest the crop well. We have crops in Massachusetts but we do not have that number of crops we do not have kids anymore going. Out on family farms in, need of an families don't have the need to pull their Their kids out of, school to, harvest whatever the crop is for some reason and I have a couple of emails or like to share with you. But more importantly light to hear what your experience has been I remember when I was a student back at the end, of well back in the last century we look forward to summer vacation and we look forward to, a full summer vacation none of us wanted. To, be back in school before, Labor Day and back in the day parents and. Families would they had the some. Of us had the opportunity some of us didn't have. The opportunity to go on a vacation And whether it was going down to the Cape for a week or whether we're going up to the mountains of New Hampshire was something you. Look forward to all year long and you waited for Labor. Day I can remember Labor Day as as a child and that really indicated and as a teenager that indicated okay not only is summer over but summer vacation is, over summer is not over until the twenty-first is for those of us in the Boston public, school system back in the day school started the Thursday after Labor Day so, you knew that you had Labor Day and then you had forty eight, hours before you, had to really packed those books into that. Book Sacco book bag and throw that book bag over your shoulder and, March off to school so, I'd love to hear from you if you were inconvenienced and I'm told that they. Were parents who sent their kids off to school with the anti. That the kids were going to be there for the full school day and it turned out no. Was a half a school day love to hear from his six One seven two five four ten thirty triple eight. Nine two nine ten thirty I do have, a couple of emails which I'll share with you but I'm I'm much more interested in hearing from you why is it this is a new development in Massachusetts I don't think that schools. In Massachusetts traditionally have returned to school before Labor Day which. Of course is always the first Monday in September schools could start is early as theoretically September second if Labor Day fell on September first on a Monday September first, or they could start as late I guess as do the. Math here September ninth if well Yeah no would be, the, night I guess it'd be the eighth so, six hundred. Seven two five four thirty triple eight. Nine two nine ten thirty love to hear from you if. You're a student particularly if you're a parent. Or if you're a. Teacher we all know about the mandate of one hundred. Eighty school days said whether you break that down, into hours or minutes as obscene it done, I understand. It's important but summer vacation is important too and no learning went, on in any school in Massachusetts this past week I. Am convinced that? If you want to argue to the. Contrary feel free six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two, nine ten thirty those are the numbers right him down. We'll be back on nightside with your, calls. On, school days DA's z. e. in August a crazy idea,.

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"boston police" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"boston police" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Only lasts. Like. You know, the rest of my young years but many others and I think it's something, that we? All seriously had to look at it two thousand sixteen and. Consider south We're going to, switch gears a little bit I don't wanna make a ship Bowie and segue. All you guys, suspended she, was suspended for some some unkind words you had for me on the air I. Don't think she recognizes the talent I have as an interviewer, like many, of our guests do Christine Armstrong, of course is. A very knowledgeable person she's getting interviewed a lot and she I think recognizes genius when she hears it but Yeah that's what that's what it was and followed by the. Classic Shiva cackle there you guys were listening two weeks ago tragedy, in Missouri the duck boat capsized. Seventeen people, died I, guess Hillary wanted to switch. To it so she made what we, in the, business referred to as an awkward, segue She just sort of leaned over and said hey you know duck votes right And If it was it was not great But the Boston police body cameras program is looks like, it's finally going to go into effect and we are going to. Chat with probably hit a quick break we'll talk to Nope Chicanito is is on. Already we'll bring him on sorry a. Little, tough communicating with producer back in, the studio, and the producer here is terrible so. You also, singing along to the physique round here so. I was just as background band yes I know is I'm. A hipster, but anyway she got into well is with us he's co founder of the Boston police camera, action team I wanted to get hits perspective on this newest announcement. Morning she got No no. Problem so, can you briefly tell us what what the. Boston police have announced and do you think that it goes. Far enough So from my reading of the globe mayor has? Announced that they're finally moving forward with the program Two million dollars a year, this is him filling that to be given body camera program hopefully by the end of the year and this is? This is sort of been a long time coming when? When did you guys start working on this and when did you form the police camera action team Me and Scott Recommended form.

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"boston police" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"boston police" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"How do we, do what we do Boston The way we do that folks is to have forward thinking leaders like like, me, awash And I really appreciate the confidence that you have in. Me from me to take. The next step in my. Career as the Boston police Commissioner thank you for your trust thank you for your leadership He's a true brother to me on. A little too and I think Boston is one of the best cities in the country matter of fact I think it is the best city as well Commissioner Evans came. On the job before me. We have things in common Boston police I. Was a foster police cadet he worked for. His brother I work with Sorry The thing, is, again the police. Commissioner also he understands the community lost both. Parents by the, time it was fourteen grease brothers freeze by the. Community he took that to the leadership style that he applied as being a Boston police, Commissioner trust. Me he ensured that resonated throughout the rest of the department through me through a brilliant command, staff which was the most diversified most qualified command staff appointed by mayor. Walsh we get community policing and he's been a great big brother to me as well and a great. Leader and I've learned so much from. You.

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"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nine boston police are searching for a woman who was caught on surveillance camera breaking into a house while carrying a young child wbz tv's louisa molar has more oh strained nowhere near your house and see someone in your house not people to do anything syra inter family were on vacation when their security system alerted them that someone was in the house but when she and her husband drove home to check nothing of value seemed to be missing and no jewelry was missing the watches or missing like the ipod was still on my nightstand neighbors say a rare event in a tight knit community property safety is an issue i mean cars get kids stuff like that but i've never heard many breakins near us the couple hopes someone can id this woman and child the security camera footage has gone viral on facebook an nbc anchor and photo journalists were killed after a tree fell across a north carolina highway crushing their tv vehicle police say the tree struck the suv at the state southern border the area had received heavy rain from sub tropical storm alberto the journalists had just interviewed local fire chief jeffrey tenant who says the man died instantly amid the dangerous elements the terrain is so unstable at this point that's any significant amount of water is going to cause us to move and when it moves we have no we have no idea exactly what will happen sub tropical storm alberto is now considered a depression officials in rhode island suggest you start getting used to putting that phone.

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"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Pleasure to talk to you soon i hope you oh yes vivienne it felt like tonight i was no he's first call and let me thank you very much 6172544400 thirty yes i was i was surprised in saddened that the boston police felt they needed to remove a tweet that honored red auerbach on black history month for the stuff he did for the black community why why can't you honor a white person on black history month if they contributed they helped out like some wind mentioned like couldn't new honor while abraham lincoln for example there are all sorts of folks who who will probably fought for the rights of blacks can you not honor them on black history month is our rule you have to honor a black if so i think you ought to change the name of it from black history month sue uh the day to honor black person so something i sort of feel bad that police department had to i felt the need to take that down i wonder if they're regret it now they don't wanna group regretted because in our there are enough battles they have to fight with easier for them to just take it down probably what do you think about that should they should we not be able to honor a white person further contributions to the black community on black during black history month huh some fog say that this is a sign that where a racist town now come on his a tweet by where's my porsche that's the name of person panelist gotta say something about person says in hashtag boston we honor a white man for has take black history month yes i say either i'm missing out on something or i think it's okay if i'm missing out on something please let me know i do not want to remain ignorant six one seven two five four 1030 wbz we're we're going to get some weather ansa news news weather now wbz newsradio 1030 cbs news update in the senate last evening this vote the a's are ninety seven the naser one threefifths of the senators duly chosen in sworn having grown affirmative the motion is agreed great man with.

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"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You know the sentiment would have been received if the celtics came out after being address more privately insane hey you at uh excuse me he's done the police would have been we'll go by the way just see no shame as the police commissioner uh bill evans uh has released a statement l later today uh which have shirts anisur has seen but i wanna read it he he writes on behalf of the boston police department i offer my sincerest apologies for last night's social media post on black history month the tweet was insensitive and does not reflect the values of the boston police department tunisia your reaction to that i assume you're pleased with that tweet yeah i think you know ball um the statement of the mayor uh earlier today this afternoon um you know be very clear about um how inappropriate the tweet when i was in also the subsequent um communication direct from the commissioner i think are important and i think what it really speaks to again these com this this this this is difficult um you know because of art because of our past um and in many of the issues that we're still dealing with presently around rate um so it is really important it was really important for us to hear from the mayor and the commissioner because they are the leaders and you know from our perspective now that they have spoken and made it clear where they stand on this issue our focus now is on moving forward in what needs to happen to make sure that something like this doesn't happen again and also that people have the support they need the training they need um so that um so that there's a better understanding of why this was offensive um to so many um in our city reno loyd lopez who hold on research for circa just for one second james i was gonna make a suggesting an arrow tint issue if you consider this but as an offer of goodwill perhaps may be the end of alesi p should present an award to some employers annually who do the.

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"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"boston police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The day on the common they marched roxbury to the carbon expecting to come face to face with a large group of people they opposed blocked by the time they arrived the free speech rally was disbanding wbz's karyn regal walked the entire roof with the counterdemonstrators and seson on the common now carried what's the very latest from the folks that you were with well that room were several a mile old knows people thousands of them walked out after all mile from roxbury cue that comment i talked to the mayor before that rousseff kept he did not want with the protesters but he said that anybody on the common who is part of the free speech rally would be net with a wall of mauve and that is what happened no real trouble when we got to the common except for the aforementioned scuffled with police after people got your right now the counterdemonstrators are holding their own little telephone tory party here on the common hoisting their signs of looking at one right now that says united he gets right there's a on the common karyn regal wbz newsradio 1030 again a largely peaceful day on boston kabul a brief lieutenant skirmish involving a few of the demonstrators and boston police in the league going but it was quickly restored to a to peace after cooler of boils than trim on streets and it appears now was though the many who have gathered your own boston common on this day of protest to be uh headed home boston police remaining on scene in large numbers to ensure it remains a peaceful day wbz news time is 204 it is time for traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheel drive traffic update is brought to you by burning and sills furniture out to.

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"boston police" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"boston police" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"To bring up and i want to thank the cold for covering the uh the style in on for a unfortunate news around the boston police department video yeah absolutely i bet i i guess i my my first routes and and disappointment is uh uh you know we are walker who were is how we need a stronger war on that uh because this is our very disparaging and and our if you walk the video from a bear a very are our our our new a racist um that are out there we don't know who who grew firm um and we don't know our renewed actual background of work that we do know is that um i i think we need to how from a very strong our conversation about this topic and also the fbi the uh we that we resolve this i think this would really speak to on ensuring that we have across the board be our comprehensive booker by printing uh that we should have arman in our in our apartment i think that we have from some of the braver friend best the police officers in the country but i do believe roberts critical that we have uh the training then we shouldn't be individual com pu the whole group of what we do know that this uh that thing is this actually hurt relationships combat our our longstanding relationship and so i think it's time for the politically courageous and have a very real conversations about how we solve these issues we have your cake and eat or to um we actually have to call these things out and actually determine the uh there to determine a path of action 'cause i would propose that to our when they're wall speaks about donald trump he's very resolute we need a need him to be very resolute when it comes to issues such as that in an area that he actually directly controls which are are are things barker of police department and we need reser him to be resolute when it comes to dealing with issues.

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