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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Compete was Shelton hers. was visiting neutral people. Life would be the setup was. Operate this start worried about with neighbors are some houses is Greg? Now, all of the Desmond's about You are. then. Better person by facts. Here's this. Here's A. Characters. Cares. Seems to be such a superpower because I think that I think a lot of people struggle with that kind of stuff that all the whole self discovery. Of, good character type of and I think a lot of people. Particularly religion that I grew up. In Church. Where is that? They're so scared. No the there's no devil. So! There's no there's no other blame. Just you in and I know having to know how normal. This is art. Sodas, no fear factor for people, so some people are just be good or give charitable donations orchid, whatever because the spirit? Were in the mess in our rooms way. The Dell! So I think that's. About like! Ninety eight hundred people writing. This. Was Carrots. Something is really call. About not. Wonder about GonNa. Say Dies numbers will say those numbers, but the bottom line is officer overall relief for. Not to. He will look at also or Most reverence. Water was first Mir Near Valley from Russell Bliss the rich. People near whenever we're not looking looking at Harrison. Employees. Rose Virtue Rollout software themselves. They're real. Real To yourself be saw. That's all the way to. That realization. So, do you have any kind of contact information to? Want to get in contact with you. Touch me on our. Branch. I will novel is. Disposed that when people. You know what was better. Yes, I'll I'll give him A. Number was. All the stuff A. Camera, mouth. Is going to be repulsive wall. Which Farm his. The stuffing. Spell it out. Near. On his. Own number two could be severe. Will was fought armies. Some four teaching. Fridays five souks in comes out. Call I will. five six. Number all are so instagram be. beauty. Store. AM as Mary you. W.. G.. wellsprings. And MULAGO IS A. Using or rebels Christie is apple Jesus Is both ways against such? Or Coal. Or insul- Howard vacant via podcast. Workman we will enjoy that time. rant courses announcing going through a big thing for regulation. I didn't know you all that the chapels Is. Thanks Terminal! Seen get. I WANNA. Thank my special guest. African spiritual leader and retired Sergeant Sharon. Robinson for being Captain Hunters podcast. Thank you so much I really appreciate it. I really appreciate the conversation, not trying to bash under religion, trying to tear down any religion or spiritual thought nor trying to encourage anyone really thought it was an would be an interesting conversation, and I really enjoyed the learned a lot, and like I said at the Intro Any religious frame of thinking that does not help your fellow me to me as useless. Someone's going to think much special gas. If you want to reach out to Sergeant Robinson, he can be reached at seven, five, four, two, two, five, five, two, nine six. And he can also be reached on instagram at B., A. Underscore I f. a. m. as Michael you. W. A.. G. As in gun. U. N. as in Nancy. So, that's Baba. Underscore and I'm going to try to say that. African name if I F. A. M. U.. W. G.. U. N. so check him out of your have any type of curiosity what he's got going on so once again? Ladies Get gentlemen. Thank you so much. Tuning Captain Hunters podcast. Please support the podcast cash up then. Mo Pay POW! My facebook page cap to hunters podcast instagram. CPT L. Hunter twitter CPT L. Hunter. And that's it much love and peace until next time..

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

13:56 min | 2 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Investigative sergeant in a supervisor of the School Resource Program in Twenty Nineteen. Pruitt was promoted to captain. She currently serves as a deputy. Commander Supervising Calls for service. Countywide PRUITT is a past president of the coalition of black police officers among only Maryland. In since two thousand eighteen has serves as the chairperson of the National Black Police Association chills. Bs In criminal justice from University of Maryland University College and an Ma in front of psychology from argosy university. She's an adjunct professor of Criminal Justice Administration at the Montgomery College and teaches courses including introduction to policing criminal investigation in Police Organization and administration. She's also a member of law enforcement action partnership otherwise known as leap as well as myself so without further. Doing Ladies Gentlemen we are going to be discussing the importance of diversity within police department so I. WanNa thank once again my special guest Captain Sonia Pruitt to Captain Hunters podcast. Here is the interview all right so once again. We're talking to Captain Sonia Pruitt and thank you so much for being on Captain Hunters podcast. Thanks for inviting me. Your member of Law Enforcement Action Partnership as M. I in so just tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do for that organization just yourself in general okay Well I I call myself a transplant from north. Carolina ended up in the Washington metropolitan area as a student at how university Undergrad In nineteen eighty one. I've been here for a while now and I feel like I'm a a member of DMV as we call it the district Maryland. Virginia Became a police officer after deciding that being a doctor was not for me. I knew I was NOCCO. Stay up all night long doing any kind of internship or residency or anything like that. So they're not because I'm a science geek. I tried to go into Research so worked at the National Institutes of helpful. I don't like the repetitiveness of research This is no not for me so I became a police officer because as I was working for the US Postal Service Inspection Service. Which is their law. Enforcement Ranch I decided I wanted to go into law enforcement so I became a police officer as a yeah could be outside like being outside. I like being around people. This'll be fun and exciting. I did not know what I was getting myself into. Actually but I was ready for it. So that's how I became a police officer. I've been a police officer for twenty seven years. I'm currently a captain in charge of community engagement for the Montgomery County Police Department and I am also the chair woman The National Black Police Association and I got my my hat and various other incendiary rings of law enforcement and speaking and things like that. Very good awesome. Awesome my cousin. A currently works for the inspectional services. I'm hoping saying that right for the post office. He works service. He'd probably kill me tells me so many times but he actually is Located in Tampa Florida. So he's got a actually fairly wide range of territories. He's gotTa deal. With as far as his responsibilities e e installs Even saying he's installs a security surveillance equipment. Try to catch the postal workers. Stealing or yeah. Yeah yeah he's got some really cool guests. Can I wanted to have you on because I had a previous conversation with another person Leader of a black national black police officers of Association of America and So I wanted to have you on to talk about the importance of black police officers. And you know we're having a problem right now with the recruitment overawe police officer people do not want to be companies. Police officers overall but particularly. It's it's problematic within the black community. I want to have you on his to kind of talk about that and what we can do to fix this problem. Are you seeing A problem with getting more young people or more people particularly people colored black people to become police officer I'm not sure whether that is that. An urban legend or not Let me tell you why so in my career. I have worked in background investigation and we did. We were having that same dialogue always so hard to find particularly black people to become the police but I contend that there are plenty of black applicants out there. You just have to hire them. You cannot Find excuses not to hire them because of your implicit biases or your Your your overt biases. You cannot put them into a are you you. Can't you can't measure them by measurements? That are not the same measurements that you measure all the Atkins by meaning once they pass the basic parameters you don't get to add extra parameters for and I'm going to use this as a as a true example once you pass the parameters you can't say well they well. They have to have a bachelor's degree which they have but they didn't pass a class when they were in Undergrad. There's no such parameter. They have a bachelor's degree which is what the with the parameter is so I have seen that happen and you know question that and you know I had argued about it and that person was not hired so I'm going to say that if you're not doing everything you can to diversify your police department in a fair and impartial way that I'm going to throw out the window. That argument there are not enough Black Africans not enough women applicants not enough. Latino applicant is whatever the you know the category is. I'm going to say unless you're doing. They're fairly at across the board. And then I'm going to also add if you going out of your way to bypass the parameters in order to get certain hype of applicant or a certain category. Then you're not. You're still not playing fairly okay. So I am not clear Sir. Captain that that is really an issue. I think Anecdotally that it doesn't excuse because what I see is okay the black community. They have an issue with us so we can always say that they don't want to become the please I'm just not. I'm not convinced that when we had a black cat who was the director of our Personnel Division for instance with my police department. We didn't seem to have that issue. You one has to wonder what the issues really are. Okay that's that's a very fair very fair point. I too But I here's here's Mike attention and I too was a member of our background team in on all that kind of stuff recruit team and so. I went to colleges the schools Two Barber shops churches etc tried to get many applicants to sign up and many You know when you go to colleges we were heading You know some universities here in You Know Yukon Wiscon- Western Connecticut State University and other other schools. Rama stated Connecticut and even our home city and the people that were taking. The applications are showed some type of interest generally were white and many black applicants or or potential black applicants. Were would tell us straight out that they weren't interested in Assam down that saying that any didn't but those who dead Show some interest. Obviously you know they. They came on the Chicago Tribune. Awhile ago maybe I read. This article may be back in October or so September October. They did a really good article. I I can send it to if I can find it and it was talking about this whole problem that they were having in Chicago with all the problems. That Chicago Police Department has and they want more black people To to apply in their head of their personnel division for the city now as the police officers but for the city was talking about. How come there were no Not Enough Black applicants and one of the things that the that the personnel director was talking about was was similar to what you were just mentioning about about Going through with with this selection process many people are being weeded out for silly things that others others were not being weeded out as on on. And she was saying that. There's the legacy groups particularly Latino legacy groups right so so we have you. You remember the National Black Police Officers Association right so their legacy groups so a Latino groups Were actually staying with their applicants throughout the process right. So they're helping them back. Prepare for the physical prepare for the written. Prepare oral. And that was the difference. In why the Latino Applicants were doing better on the test whereas black people black officers or black applicants were taking a test and then that was it next time you see them was for their physical prison for the physical portion and they couldn't pass it will one of the reasons is obviously because you groups were not doing enough to make sure that they passed it so that was one of the critiques that the Personnel Director Had. I'd seen know and I liked the idea of Following the applicants so when I first apply My blue background. She was my and not in the background investigator Recruiter I missed my first test. I exit show up. I'll be lazy. You know that happens a lot with the cruise black white brown. You know because we are young and we're not Dedicated yet and and you know we're young. So she called me and she said. I'm a need you to come to this test and I said yes Ma'am I showed up so when I was in background I I remember having a conversation with one of the The executive that was there at the time and I said hey you know I had this idea. Why don't we make sure that we follow up with our African because we're having a problem with adversity A problem there's somebody says they have not sure really had one but anyway. Why don't we call advocate? Who we think things not to want to come and take the test to make sure they come in and take the test and she said well. We can't do that and I said why not. She said because that's against federal loss will turn we tell me see that we can understand it. Can we find that in the federal wreck so that we can read it and she never answered because there is no such thing so I suggested then because I got the impression that she was still some kind of way about calling black Africans? Why don't we just call? The Africans have to just call the black Africa's we can call them all and make sure that you know. They know that they need to come and take the test because they are most of them are young and we probably need to give them a little nudge ono that we can't do that. That's the guest federal rigs. That was like okay. So it's it's stuff like that they keep us from being able to hire qualified Women and Black and Latino Asian and so forth advocate in my opinion so my small vantage point and I and I take that unaccept- that I think that that's I think that what you're saying is absolutely valid and I and I'm not pushing back against that I'm trying to add to it and say that It is a it is a problem we do need to. Give people a nudge and we also have noticed. Where as you mentioned as you sat in your I out so meetings. Whatever and talked about okay. Wh why are we mountains personally because when they were? Fourteen smoke weed. Wh what are we talking about here So why are we? Why are we doing that? And we we had to have the same conversations with. Wait a minute okay. This guy got a ticket when he was eighteen. These these thirty three. Now what are you talking about? You know so so. Sometimes I think that the that the rules if not a fairly across the board can bounce people who could be potentially good applicants. I completely agree with that. So just tell us a little bit about The Organization the National Black Police Officers. Tell us a little about them. And what you do and as you are the chair woman and what. Your responsibilities.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Everyone and welcome to another episode of Captain Hunters podcast. The podcast dedicated towards bridging the divide between the police and the communities that they serve. Thank you so much for tuning in a truly. Appreciate all the love and the support that I had been getting thus far. Thank you so much..

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

06:50 min | 3 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Not the criminal justice system but the Thirteenth Amendment the Thirteenth Amendment Change Slavery from a race based institution meaning an institution based only on race and we know that from low laws by code in the wall that change the inheritance of a baby from that of exposure to the mother so essentially anything passing through. A black mother was being black but then Nick. Bro was being Haley Right. 'cause we know previous that the inheritance of father but if a slave master races his girl and had babies with birth they needed to make sure that their baby doesn't somehow become a part of that white line or the pure alive or that person line right so. I'm saying all is to stay. Nothing has changed but somehow we have come to believe because we are allowed to spend our money on products that cause more than we'll ever touch again if we lose it or we don't do it illicitly if we keep buying these products we will continue twin Richard Folk against us out own expense. That's a lot but I promise us if we just give if you not twenty five years old hear me when I say is if you're not twenty five years old yet you don't listen to nothing else. I'll say tonight. Get to age twenty five per and it'll all make different sense. Their data science proves in the brain does not fully developed until age. Twenty five. So you're not even twenty five years old. I'm not even saying leader drugs and all alone get because that affects stunts the growth. But I ain't gone there yet. I'm just saying get the twenty five made that point. Make that your you'll go. I'm GonNa get twenty five years old before I make any detrimental decision that could affect me changed my life because they're probably gonNA make good decisions. Irrational mind if you're not that old right and if you make it the twenty five that's what you'll probably see way that you can make it to forty and once you get to forty and everything older person ever told you in life will be the Gospel not the Bible. Not anything else ever told you. That was older than forty. When you get to forty will appear to be revelation. I'll leave it with that. Take more phone. I did not think the way I thought. Fifteen carrying a gun that thought at twenty five serving a life in twenty fifth of spend thirty five years no parole and definitely at forty once a day. Don't think like I thought at twenty five so I know and I bought into it as Tattoo on my body. They hate you. Give little infants. Everybody I bought into it. I committed to it. I help held. Toco. I didn't tell I did my own buying my gun. I lived at right only to grow up and understand that what the eldest told me was all true as powerful brother that's powerful. How can people reach you retail out for justice? How can they support you in your endeavors? So right now you. You could pass for real my number. This number is open This number is four three nine seven nine. Four eight four seven feel free to call. Only I started if you call them by. 'cause you heard this podcast then attack before you call and then turn. Your Coal Stein from net. You can follow me on instagram on. My instagram is Hussain H. U. S. A. Y. And three nine six or you can follow me on facebook. And that's William Freeman dislike that And and and send a friend request and you can follow him in. We can communicate that way So right now I'm in the. I'm in the process of no-one. A website so in a website should be up around. January one adored on anniversary to commemorate the life of the individual that are took to commemorate and celebrate his life. I WanNa do it after that point. So I'm GonNa wait a little bit too dog 'cause I don't WanNa do it as if it's disrespect or disregard but life So I'm looking at the second week in January two had a website once the website is up been able to go right on there and communicate. You know so. Follow me on twitter where you're framing also I'm on three very good. Man Thank you so much for your time. Thank you so much for your energy. I wish you in Alpha Justice the best going forward and thank you so much for being a captain hunters podcast. Thanks I haven't me mind and what you're doing is powerful cheap billing. It technology is the way right now absolutely absolutely my brother. Thank you I want to thank my special guest. William Freeman to third becoming captain hunters podcast. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you for your time for energy for effort and You know your story is such a great story and such a success and I really wish you the best in your future endeavors and was the best for out for justice in everything that you all are trying to do to my audience out there you guys can go out for justice dot. Org that's out the number four justice dot org. You can follow them out for justice On twitter next number you know the at symbol out for justice you can get info at out for Justice Dot. Org Goal number four four three five six three two one two three. They're based in Baltimore Maryland. So once again. I want to thank them for Sending when the representatives or for allowing one of their representatives to come on Captain Hunters podcast. Thank you so much ladies and gentlemen. Please make sure that you rate subscribe and share this episode Make sure that you showed us up. So let people know what is going on over here a couple of hunters podcast and also let people know what's going on down there in Baltimore. As far as out for justice in the organization that they have gone on down there Looks like they're doing a lot of great work on a truly appreciate everything that they're doing. Please support to podcast cash. I've been multiple. Also you can go to the Patriots page Captain Hunters podcast and Patriot on. You can follow the podcast on facebook. Captain Hunters podcast and facebook. Also the out for Justice. They also have a facebook page on. Make sure you follow them as well. On facebook. So That's ladies and gentlemen next time much love and peace..

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

11:19 min | 3 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"And welcome to another episode of Captain Hunters podcast. The podcast at his dedicated towards bridging the divide between the police and the communities that they serve. I truly appreciate all the love and support you all have been giving Into the I really really appreciate it. Not just saying that. Just WanNa do my own little survey once again. Just find out how everyone is finding out about the show. Are you subscribed to it? Whether you're listening to an an I tunes or Google play or spotify or pod. Being or or iheartradio do subscribe to the episodes. How are you notified about it Do you see it because I put on facebook or twitter or instagram. Do you see the notifications. Go on Lincoln So if you could just hit me back when the email CD L. Hunter at g mail DOT COM. I promise I will email you or put you on some type of email lists. I'm just curious to know what's going on. Also if you're listening through the website also just let me know that If you're might by phone number. Symantec ST- semi DM through INSTAGRAM CPT L. Hunter Send me a message through twitter. Cpt L. Hunter Mixture. You all of following me on those platforms. Remember the following me also cap. The hunters podcast. Some messengered Through facebook Just curious as to how everyone is getting this information so please make sure that you rate subscribing show these episodes very very important we can get our analytics and get more people to be Interested I really really appreciate all the love and support that. I've been getting thus far today. We got us a great Interview no you autumn. The very much impressed with this. This is a young man. He's young to me a couple of years younger than me so young to me. So He's from an organization that is based out in Baltimore Maryland called out for justice. He is another person who I met November at the drug reform conference in Saint Louis Missouri. Actually I think the last one no going to be interviewing from that particular conference so I did meet a lot of people that a lot of interesting people and so therefore I just have them on the show and so he's from out for justice This is an organization comprised of individuals. Who are both directly and indirectly impacted by the criminal. Justice system advocating for the reform of policies and practices that adversely affect successful integration into society. You can check out their website at out. The number four justices out for justice with the number four dot. Org believe this is their email get info at out for Justice Dot Org get info at out the number four justice dot org and believe also follow them at twitter it out for justice. They'RE GONNA run here four three five six three two one two three So their mission. As I'm reading about this I read a little bit about them. Their history is out for justice. Inc was founded in two thousand six by formerly incarcerated individuals who are ready and willing to work but repeatedly denied employment due to the criminal record. Their mission is that they believe individuals impacted by the Criminal. Justice system should be at the forefront of policy reform efforts that directly affect us our families and communities targeting unjust counterproductive policies reduces the collateral consequences associated with criminal record provides a fiscally responsible method for reducing recidivism and increases the health and safety of our communities so one of their members is going to be on the program and on the Marija his bio this is the bio of what William Freeman to third. He's going to be augusts for today. William Freeman served more than twenty consecutive years behind the walls in Maryland. In that time he completed co founded and facilitated numerous educational and self hub cognitive programs including seventy-five culture college credits currently when Freeman is a senior on Gauchos. Main campus couch a college pursuing a degree in sociology anthropology on the main campus. He began his Gotcha education through the outside prison education partnership earn seventy five credits towards his bachelor's of Arts degree while incarcerated we is also the founder and president of a Small Business Freeman Enterprises Llc. Which is a service based business that provides occasional work opportunities for people directly impacted by the criminal justice system? He's a member in research. Committee LEAD AT OUT FOR JUSTICE. A research and advocacy organization dedicated to engaging educating in empowering people directly impacted by the criminal justice system to affect change in the communities through the legislative process. So that's just a little bit about Mr Freeman He spent twenty more than twenty years behind As he calls the walls behind bars however someone wants to say after he gave his time to the state of Maryland. Now he's given back to the community and we're GonNa hear about his story and I wish to congratulate him before we even could going on his willingness to be open and honest about the life and the path that he took earlier on and how he has turned his life around. So thou further. Ado Ladies and gentlemen here is the interview with William Freeman to third from out for justice. What the Captain Hunters podcast. Thank you so much. For being on the PODCAST. My Special Guest William Freeman to third. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you did mention this before. But actually I have a cousin by the name of William Framing so when I post this. He's going to be teasing me but he's he's up here in Connecticut with me so it's a connecticut do you. Is His name William Frame? Nah Okay what part of Connecticut. Not Good question that I don't know but I do know Connecticut. I'm supposed to go up there and visit for Thanksgiving. Okay okay well when you let me know man. If you're close by we hook up and grab bills voted to all right. Yeah yeah sounds good. Sounds good so we met at the drug reform conference in Saint Louis. Couple of weeks back. I was talking to a couple of you guys a couple of you members of this of your organization out for justice. It was really intriguing to me and I wanted to have you on but before we get into that one you just tell the even though I did read your bio to the audience. I want to do you. Just tell us about yourself and what you've got going on so we met At the conference and saying lower and I was there without for justice. I mentioned I that out. For Justice is a member led organisation of farmland cost rated the people all people directly impacted by the criminal justice system. I Have Kate night The level at the state level to affect change in policy I'll director Nicole Hansen Mondale. She's been out for three years. He's a grassroots organizer. Speed on the ground woman superwoman. Anything you need woman Yeah so and her recruiting you. Know recruiting is wrong like she recruits. The people probably most organizations that just tear from a don't want because they're not clean when she gets you know what I mean and you know. Part of that whole process is engaging as a Keeton and empower individuals. Which is the three es of justice? Myself I'm currently a senior at Galaxy College and as Part of my scholarship did an internship with Out For Justice Nicole Hansen and after that internship see act if I will be willing to lead a research committee accepted that and since then we've been crafting re pieces of legislation and working to re In addition to previous pieces that had made it into law last So that's what we are now. I'll one that we feel really good about it. I'll juvenile case in pill. Which essentially is stopping police from asking any you any question because we know that is really easy to go from being a witness to You know a potential person of interest so we want to protect young people from that. And that's what we are. Now we got A sponsor delegate Brooklyn and we're waiting on her on her suggestions to come back and then we'll we'll counter and decide what we want to let go nuts and some parts that we're not willing to compromise with One of them is that a that a youthful offenders should have when attorney before being questioned by anybody and there we don't want necessarily having to put in the language that apparent qualified or satisfied with farming of a lawyer because with the data shows that parents tend to change the conformity what it's already opposed to assert their rights especially Low Low income demographic CLO- Brook Brown and Black Folk Community or. You're never I'm really. I'm really talking about that. So in addition to our for justice. I'm also I just recently accepted a position as peach. Up Coordinator which is from prison a PhD. Another program Also advocating or higher education. But this program is saying individuals and Enrolling in the business and college wants to release from prison so I'm excited about that as well. What else and also. When I just celebrated a year in all out year I served almost twenty one years straight and then I'll here a little over a year came. Straight home started a company with now on the interstate build. It wasn't going to stand in line and wait for somebody to give me a chance after they. You know. Judge me based on my past and and that's where I'm at now you know. Okay do you mind talking about what you went where you're incarcerated for no. I don't mind In fact as part of it in fact what I what I was incarcerated for the evidence why I know now that I'm not living and it's on me to help you know. At least the thing would like be diverted from a path of prison or an early breezy. So yeah so very early on US drive or street lights and daddy issues. Mommy look for myself ended up running with the guy and the city of Baltimore and selling drugs turn guns. I got shot Told WERE ON. Twenty four nineteen ninety-five with today's seventeenth. Birthday that's And you know most people would have said that that should have been a wake up call.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

03:18 min | 4 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Oversight and be a regular member so there's different the different categories are out there. But you can't be a voting member if you are currently in A law enforcement officer. Yeah make sense. And then we have a student membership for those that are working towards You know they're completing their education in you know at all levels. We have student members and then of course we have our life members. Which are those that have been around for a while or are also have been our you know our founding members as well are life members. So it's all on our website the different categories and so forth very nice. Thank you very much. It's thank you thank you for having me. I was very informative. Very informative thank you can't. I'd like to have again if you something big comes up we can talk about. Oh absolutely absolutely sounds great. Okay we'll talk again. Okay thank you. I want to thank my special guest. Miss Liana Perez for coming CAPELA HUNTERS. Podcast truly appreciated her insight and her knowledge and we had a great conversation. I WANNA thank Nicole for all they do. Thank you for allowing their employees. Their member to come on in and to discuss Their Organization for more information. You can go to Nicole and a C. O. L. E. DOT ORG National Association for Civilian Oversight of law enforcement. He can go over there. Become a member. Check him out to what they got going on. They do have a number of training sessions in two thousand twenty nickel academic supposing new frontiers and independent oversight of jails presence police. That'd be March six Twenty Twenty University of Austin Texas. I know it's a little bit short notice. But you guys got time And August thirtieth due to do September Third Twenty Twenty Don Tucson Arizona. It'd be the Twenty Sixth Annual Conference. So you guys can check that out you can follow them on twitter at an ACO L. E. underscored org. There also have facebook page Lincoln and all that kind of stuff so check them out. See what they've got going on. And if your city or town Needs in oversight board or if you just want to see if you if you're oversight board can do anything better reach out to this organization they call and see you know see what resources they haven't do maybe a comparative analysis and just check them out. See what you can do in order to coordinate and make everything better right. It's all about bridging that gap in bridging that divide. So I wanNA thank Mister Peres. Once again for coming on Captain Hunters podcast and remember the you can support the podcast. Who THEN MO PAY POW? Cash UP. Go on over to the Patriots page become a patron for five dollars a month you know. Let's about a dollar and episode. You can help me to support the PODCAST. Please make sure that you rate subscribe and share. Remember I will be having a mugs and t shirts coming out soon Particularly for t shirts you tell me the color that you want. Look the designs and I can make it happen. You know I have my own set up shop so if you have something special you want just hit me up to make that happen as well so until next time ladies gentlemen much love and peace..

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

12:43 min | 4 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Welcome to another episode of Capela Hunters. Podcast the podcast that is dedicated towards building a bridge between the police and the communities that they serve. I truly appreciate you all coming along taking this ride along with me and with us as we look to do exactly that build that bridge and reduce that divide that exists between the police and the communities that they are serving so today. We've got a great episode for you. We have a wonderful lady. Who would is going to help us understand her role in the role of civilian oversight boards. In your city in in your town whether you're city or town needs one we're gonNA get into all that kind of discussion conversation. And what she exactly does for her particular organization before we get into it as always let me. Just make sure that I give you all my contact information. Cpt L. Hunter gmail.com CPT ALHAJI MOUTH DOT COM. Hit me up in the email love. We know what you think about the show in topics. You WanNa hear things like that Glee. Make sure that you rate subscribe in share these episodes or no matter what platform you're listening to them on. I tunes Google. Play spotify spreaker or downloaded from the website. Please make sure that you rate leave a comment so I can understand what you all thinking about these episodes and whether you liked him or not. I WanNa thank everyone who's given me feedback thus far. Thank you so much. The podcast can't be supported through. Then Moa pay pout and cash up all of those are cpt L. Hunter Lawrence Hunter at cpt L. Hunter. That's on papal member page on page as captain hunters podcasts and patriotic. You can follow me on twitter. Cpt L. Hunter as well as facebook. Captain Hunters podcast on facebook. We got merchandise for sale. By the time this hits starting to take orders for t shirts GonNa have just my logo. Put HIM UP. The hunters podcast on facebook and as well as instagram. I will put him up there. You can start ordering t shirts and mugs out to have mugs up by the time the episode drop so just be on the lookout for my instagram. Cpt Hunter and facebook's can hunters podcast in order to look for some merchandise to help. Support the PODCAST. So let's get into it and let's get into the episode today. I'm going to have missed. Liana Perez she is from an organization called Nicole. That is the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement Organization helps to be a reference if you will for any city in town who was looking to build or create an oversight board within your city or town it if you feel as if your city or town needs one for your local police department. It's unfortunate that we do need these types of review boards but we live in a real world and these things really need to happen in some instances so I wanNA appreciate Miss Liana Perez for coming to hunters podcast. We had a great conversation as always. So here's a little bit about Mis Peres. Liana Perez has held the position of directive operations. Freight Nicole that is the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement? Since two thousand fourteen she assists. The president would directors and director of training and education with the day to day operations of the organization which include budget management finances working with vendors securing contracts membership services meteorologist in training. Ms Perez was formerly the independent police auditor for the city of Tucson and the director of the city of Tucson office of equal opportunity programs for over seventeen years. She was the city of Tucson's first independent police. Auditor entrusted with establishing the office and creating effective oversight for the community upon her retirement. Two thousand fourteen. She chose to continue work in the field of civilian oversight as that contractor or Nicole. Ms Perez is experienced trainer having Devout Training Curriculum for oversight employees community members in law enforcement personnel in numerous topic areas including civilian oversight and her position at the to city of Tucson. She was responsible for directing staff and compliance and implementation of beers federal state and local programs with extensive reporting requirements goals and deadlines in twenty sixteenth. Ms Perez was asked by the city Tucson to return to her former position as the independent police auditor and recently retired again. As of June thirtieth two thousand nineteen MS Perez served two separate terms on the Nico Board of directors assisting with the conference planning membership in Finance Committee. She's a fifth generation to Sonian and has worked in the field for civil rights for over twenty years with the city of Tucson with the Arizona Attorney General Civil Rights Division. She has a degree in Business. Administration from Pima Community College Holzer Certificate as Public Manager from Arizona State University and attended the University of Arizona so without further delay. Everyone here is the episode with Liana Perez. Thank you so much for being on the PODCAST. I'm welcoming Liana Perez of Nicole National Association for the civilian oversight of law enforcement. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me not a problem so I am very embarrassed. Well I was thinking about this and at first I was very embarrassed because I I would think that as twenty four years in law enforcement I should have known what the National Association for Civilian Law enforcement was. I should have heard this organization but I didn't and I I I I was embarrassed but now I'm kind of thinking it's probably a good thing because that shows that our city did not need any type of or oversight You know and I'm not saying no. Law Enforcement doesn't need oversight or civilian oversight but as far as an organization that comes in and kind of looks at your policies and procedures. And I don't really even know what you're GONNA do. You'RE GONNA explain to us what it does but my point is is that I I I thought it was a negative. Benign a positive. So you tell me and I'll decide a little bit later whether it's negative or positive. Tell us about your first of all. Tell us about yourself. Well I am the director of operations for Nicole. I've been in that position for about four years. Maybe going on six years now but prior to that I was the independent police. Auditor for the city of Tucson city of Tucson has had a bit in oversight since nineteen ninety seven and I was the first auditor appointed for the city of Tucson. When I'm tired they collapsed me to accept a position with them so that I could continue to assist In the work that they do. And that's what I do on a daily basis. I talked to communities across the country. That are either engaged in the process to create oversight for Laura Their Communities or even oversight agencies that have existed for a long time We we do an annual conference so we just finished our annual conference in Detroit a couple of weeks ago where we have over five hundred attendees were always doing. Dar's and training and special projects around the world of Civilian oversight very nice tell us about the origins of the organization. How long has civilian oversight been around? How Nicole itself was Formed Twenty five years ago. We celebrated our twenty fifth anniversary It was actually formed our founders. I wasn't aware of this. But our founders and read our recent twenty-fifth Out of her Serie Annual Conference and many of our founders were either permanent or former long for at the time that They pull what's created because they really saw a need to bridge the gap between the community and law enforcement agencies that they were working in. So we were founded as a nonprofit Twenty five years ago We've grown tremendously mostly in the last. I would say ten years or so. There are members of our organization that worked for oversight entities that have been around Forty forty five years One of our member just celebrated their forty fifth Adversity of being an oversight agency. So we're really a membership agency but that promotes you know training Mentoring a assistance with you know working with their communities. We have over two hundred actual member organizations but they represent multiple numbers of employees that are covered by their organizations. I would say our membership is closer to nine hundred to a thousand individuals that are covered by members. Memberships in In Nicole as I said we're a nonprofit so a lot of the stuff that we do is really With assistance of either working with the communities that have asked us to. You know maybe come in and do some training for their community or assist with training newly established oversight entities in their community most of the largest cities have oversight And then a lot of small ones and everything in between I think our business members are probably The New York Crv Citizen Complaints Review Board Los Angeles Office of Inspector General and then we have some smaller cities in between like I would say t west. They have like four Members on their board but Police Department of maybe less than a hundred officers so we would have been I remember represent agencies largest. Mall is what I'm trying to say. Very nice very nice. Give us any differences between an oversight agencies and or a consent decree Do you do you deal with those at all do. Is there any bridging between those two? You work with those type of consent decrees or anything. With some of our organizations were created as a result of a federal consent decree after things gone bad in their communities and so part of their mandate under the consent decree. It's agree some kind of an oversight entities so we work very closely with some of those communities when they're trying to implement the the specifics of the concentric praise right now we've actually assisted and are probably going to do some of those systems with Ferguson Missouri because they are under a consent decree there the concentric theories are actually becoming less and less have become less and less common than the last couple of years but there are actually still one of the major cities that are under a consent decree and you know they have not completed. It's all of the Or rather implemented all of the requirements under the consent decree like so working with some of the communities that either are when when oversight is formed. It's really sometimes as a result of a consent decree but again there's very few. Those are occurring right now. So it's mostly either. The community creates the interest to create some kind of oversight entity either as a result of one or multiple maybe high profile incidents or continue tensions between the law enforcement agency and that particular community or they wanna be proactive and put something in place for the community in the event. That down the way you know there are issues that are concerned to the community that they want to make sure that they have kind of independent or outside agency with oversight to address issues or make recommendations on. It's not always about changes. Sometimes it's about embracing and working together with the community to create that level of transparency and trust between the law enforcement agency the.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

11:51 min | 5 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I also also patriot. Page captain hunters podcasts on Patriot again. Venlo pay PAL and cash up all of those are CPT l.. Hunter it does cost cost a little bit for me to put these episodes out so any love and support that you would give would only help me keep it going and keep it growing. Thank you so much For the love in the support that you have been giving I really really appreciate on not just saying so. We have a great episode for you today. Now I recorded this episode back in December of Twenty nineteen and I have a number of episodes that are ready to go And and I wanted to do a little bit about br black history but I decided to release this episode which is GonNa Teach her native American mascots native American issues because of of the Super Bowl and because of the Kansas City chiefs and the whole mascot issues. As you'll hear me declare or hear me talk about With my special guest. Dr Laurel Davis Delano. I came across an article. I think it was back in November twenty nineteen Talking about killingly high school had changed their mascot from red men. I'm not even sure if that's a racial slur or not but let's just say the are the R. Word the argument They wanted to change that from the red men to the red hawks. There are words to the Red Hawks. Now they changed the name to be more sensitive sort of to the plight of native people and during this past school season the parents former members of the high school came together for big panel and they decided to change the name back to the armament. Now I was Kinda floored by this because they got together at one time. It said okay. We're going to be culturally sensitive and change it to the Red Hawks and then they decided to change it back to something. That's more culturally insensitive. So I think that there's definitely something when people talk about this current administration That's in the White House There's definitely something that has been sparked. I'M NOT GONNA change this until totally political podcast. But there's definitely something that's in the air and I think that this is one of the effects of what's in the air and that's zwide decided to reach out to Dr Laura Davis Delano in talk about this Particular problem and so she was kind enough and gracious racist enough to come on the PODCASTS and share her expertise. But that's the reason why and I really was floored by this particular article in news that was going on on and so much so that that when you read the different newspaper articles concerning this is that many of the people actually voted There the town leaders out. They almost flipped the from the Democrats. The Republicans in Killingly Connecticut. Because of this issue and and as we're discussing a podcast you will understand that. This is not just isolated to Connecticut but numerous cities and towns all over. The country country are wrestling with not only with this mascot debate but they are flipping legislatures and flipping political spectrum because of these mascot got issues and I. I think that that's very telling so many issues that should be discussed when we're talking about you know who you're going to vote for right. Who's going especially on small town elections? Right you you WANNA talk about. Who's WHO's paving the roads in your local police department and school boards and elections and Alderman and in all these issues that really affect people's lives and to flip school boards over this issue Excuse me flip the leadership of town over an issue as is trivial as a mascot really seems very well trivial to me really very silly so I wanted to have this conversation and And so once again I wanted to thank Dr Laura Davies Delano for coming on the podcast and talking about now. What happened is is that during this conversation we finished the conversation obviously quarterback in December December twenty nineteen and because of the Super Bowl? I decided to call her back but the Kansas City chiefs Being in and winning the Super Bowl also we'll also talk about the the forty niners right in. There's a history between the forty niners being colonizers and all that kind of stuff so between these two NASQAD names being in the Super Bowl. I reached out to Dr Davis Delano. And again we had another fifty minute conversation. So that's GONNA be actually part to in our release that Next next week so stay tuned for that but I want to get this out there and I I really think is very important to keep this conversation going and growing You know I think this is really important from a law enforcement aspect because Law Enforcement was often times going to be called to deal with people who are who are disenfranchised and feel disaffected and and who feel mistreated in who are rebelling in all that kind of stuff. So it's very important to just to have these discussions number one for an academic purpose right because you as the listener. AH WE WANNA learn something right as I wanNA learn something. I think we all want to learn something. We gotta learn what communities are going through. It's not just the black community. It's not just the white community. It's not just a the Hispanic community but we ought to learn about all communities that we live within go to the store within the next two games and everything like that so nope that's it and I just WanNa talk about that. So this is part one of the conversation between myself. Dr Laurel Davis Delano. So let me just give you a little bit about her. Her in her bio Dr Laurel Davis Delano is a professor of sociology at Springfield College in Massachusetts. Dr Davis Delaney's research is focused on on inequality related to race gender and sexual orientation one topic. The Dr Dr David Zelano Studies is native American mascots and she communicates with other scholars who also studied this topic. Davis Delano is currently working on a research project involves an analysis of survey data from over five thousand non native. US participants in an attempt to understand the degree to which they are exposed to representations of native Americans and the content of the represents -tations nations. They most commonly experienced GonNa have a great conversation going to have a great conversation. I'm really really believing that you're going to enjoy this conversation. Just one more thing as I tried to get into the conversations with people I try to do a little bit of a warm up. I do a warm up conversation before I start recording and then we usually pick up a little bit later on our warm up. Conversation was actually very good and we had a discussion as to why some people have been reluctant to come on to my podcast. And I'm saying that because I want people to actually listen to the podcast and if you are are potential guest or if I reach out to you or if you know of a potential I want to have these conversations that are tough and difficult and I think that we always say that that we WANNA have a national conversation about race. A national conversation about criminal. Justice Reform A debate about health care reform and and so when people reach each out to actually have those debates whether you agree with them or whether you don't agree with him I really think that you ought to be willing to have the conversation and listen to the conversation. Obviously I'm talking to you the listener because you're listening to the conversation about the have right now but also keep this in mind if I hope that if you're a potential guest on my podcast or any other podcast outcast Whether you agree with that person you don't agree with that person. Be Willing to go on or have a conversation whether it's a podcast or just a conversation with someone you don't agree with an in everyday life Whether it's on facebook in a non argumentative way obviously is what I'm saying so enough rambling on here is the interview. We're going to be discussing native American mascots with Dr Laurel Davis Delano. Hi How are you very. Well thank you. I truly appreciate you coming on the podcast and I appreciate your your candor in In telling me you know and having that at least that discussion with me the email exchange that we had I really appreciate. That really made me think i. I've thought about it all night actually was very all of it actually and most most in particular the part about where other people may not want to come on the podcast because they might not want to to speak with former law enforcement officer. Yeah as I mentioned You know I had thought about that before and I thought about changing kind of changing the name or doing something radically different because I did have a few problems. Getting people who've come on and and and whatever yeah Yeah I mean who knows. I was just guessing north. I think that's definitely accurate. I went to a conference in St Louis At the beginning of November of ember talked to a number of people in other conferences about about drug reform and you know legalization of marijuana and things like that and so I talked to a number where people you know without a different Panelists and guest speakers and things and so I talked to a number people and they all said Yeah. Okay sure I'll be on your podcast and but I can tell that they were not very enthusiastic about it but I showed them listen. I'm here at the conference number one. I believe in drug reform glue Legalization to some degree So but But but regardless my point is is that I I certainly take your words Yeah they might they might also be concerned not About you in particular but who your audience might be well but again. I think that's the point is my audience. My audience should be I. I want my audience to to to be receptive to different points of view and I wanted to speak to people. So it's not. I'm trying to bridge the gap trying to get one particular group of people right law law enforcement to see another side and I want community activists to see the law enforcement side so we can understand each other and I think the point of this is to have the conversation and how the dialogue we always say. Well let's have a national conversation about race. Have a national dialogue about this about that. Then someone who wants to have the dialogue and then people don't want to do it so uh-huh okay. So thank you for coming on the PODCAST. Dr Laura Davis Delano. Thank you so much for being here. You're welcome so let's get started so one of the reasons that I wanted to have you on. The podcast is because of this controversy that happened in my state of Connecticut. We're in a border state dry. Oh you're in Massachusetts correct. Yes so there's a the high schools killingly. I believe it's called killing high school. I know it's killing killingly Connecticut so so they had it was on the news in kind of piqued my interest. And so what happened is is Back in July of two thousand nineteen the killingly high. Hi School changed the name from the red men to the Red Hawks and now there is a controversy to change it back to the red men. I guess many of the parents who are I assume. My Age old thirties forties fifties or so wanted because they went to high school school because of tradition. And things like that. They wanted to become the red men again. And so I reached out to a number of different people in That's how I found out about you in the work that you have done about native American issues and things like that so before we go down that road. Could you just tell the audience a a.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:01 min | 5 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I'm sorry I can't think of anything else to add. Sadly this has been a very rich very much so so I I truly I thank you guys for coming on the table food for a little bit. You guys are how many episodes in season you guys do season's episodes I'm going backwards. So we have three seasons. They're going to get worse as backwards while he's going to get worse you you don't. We have three seasons. We have ninety episodes total But seventy one episodes that are released for free have awesome bonus content. So those there's Some bonus episodes that we have our op he patron and patriot. IMPEACHES and We indeed we were pretty committed. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA keep go. We're going to take a little break for the holidays that we we're GONNA we're not we're in it. We're in a to win so when I first heard about guys podcast I was like yeah okay. That's great. This is a great idea. Poke time people are talking about Syria colors and then. Ns are thinking. Wait a minute. How many black serial killers are more? It's not a lot that allowed the. Oh Jeez on the line here so tell you. There's lots of them and we can only the whole all my God. Yeah we have a huge huge list. So we have like like four years worth You're looking in listening and I have to take a break every now and then because like I said I get nightmares so I I certainly appreciate what you guys do at night. Certainly appreciate you Beth for for for doing this this into Bridge the gap. Because I think that as more people Think like you in step into that waters. Then you get to know people and you get to understand that people are people. Everybody always hears about the whites Erica. We all get that in but if you know that people have the same problems and if you tie it into into what you guys have to mental health. There's a lot of different things are going there and if you realize we get people to mental health that they need that we can stop a lot of this pain that we all. We're we're all victims of right right right. Yeah she's a lady. I know and I appreciate that but I just I don't I don't think I'm that special. I just think people should treat each other decently recently and I. I don't think that should be special. Unfortunately a world is terrible and I ah but up nee so much for having us on your show like yeah thank you Joe. Thank you and your show is fantastic. I think You really are or conversations that are have been eye opening serve love horsemen but now Iran are asking so thank you and I'm glad I'm glad thank you. Thank you very much shadow to podcasting fasting and thank you so now I'd like to have you guys back on some time could talk about whatever. Abacus Sim all right. Well good luck so much. Don't get it don't get married. I want to thank my co hosts. That's what I'm going to call them for this episode. Wendy and Beth from the fruit loops. Serial killers of color podcasts. Coming on the PODCAST and taking over capital hunters podcast. Thank you so much to them. I love their energy love. What they're doing? They have four years of content coming up and just think another four years as you know all the information that is going to come in and we're probably going to learn about more information and more serial killers all that kind of stuff so I'm sure that their show will be going the going on and growing on for quite some time so wisdom all the best of luck in their endeavors and make sure that you guys are subscribing sharing and liking head on over to Ben Mo- pay pal cash shop or the Patriots page in support catheters. PODCAST also remember to follow me on Instagram and twitter and Captain Hunters podcast on facebook as they would say at the end of this show. Try Not to get murdered. Thank you so much much love and peace.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

11:52 min | 5 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Episode of Captain Hunters Podcast podcast that is dedicated towards bridging the divide between the police and the communities that they serve. Thank you so much for tuning in for another episode. got a great one for you today we have the US congresswoman representative Jonah Haze from the Connecticut fit district my district here in the state of Connecticut. Stay tuned for that. And we're getting to in just a little bit of course as we do it just a little bit of housekeeping. Just WanNa make sure that you guys are liking subscribing and sharing these episodes please rate the episodes high That way the algorithms can help me to be found a lot sooner and a lot faster. Share the the episode with your friends. Your Co workers your family even to be you. Don't like and subscribe to the episodes I tunes Google play spotify iheartradio whatever platform phone. You're listening to these episodes on. Please make sure that you are hitting that subscribe but in that way you can be notified when I have a new episode out also also remember to head on over to L. M. Eight police training and consulting. That's police training. Dot Com had over to their mixed wanted to check out the blog. Commissioner that you are subscribing to the blogs head over to facebook page captain hunters podcast looking to be engaging over there. Follow me instagram. CPT HUNTER TWITTER CPT l.. Hunter Youtube Captain Hunters podcast. And remember that you can support the podcast hot Catherine Ben Mo- through cash APP through pay pout any small donation that you give a month or per episode of our you WanNa do. It will only help to support the podcast and keep keep this information going and flowing to you the listener and thank you so much for all your help and support so far also you can support the podcast on my Patriot on page Patriae John Dot COM Captain Hunters podcast Mitchell. You head over there and and help the podcast out. Thank you so much in advance of your support. So today we have a a great episode with Miss Jonah as US Congress woman. Today's episode we're GonNa talk about the school to prison pipeline. I cannot think of anyone. More dedicated skated over qualified. To have this conversation than someone who is the two thousand sixteen teacher of the year the US national teacher of the year. Two Thousand Sixteen was Jonah Hayes. After her stint as teacher of the year she then entered politics and became. US Representative for the Fifth District. Perfect of the state of Connecticut. So just a little bit about Mr Hana Hayes. She's the first African American woman in the first african-american Democrat wherever represent the state state of Connecticut in Congress as I mentioned before two thousand sixteen national teacher of the year. She sits on a number of committees on Congress. Some of them are the Education Labor in Agriculture Subcommittee Early Childhood Elementary Secondary Education Civil Rights and Human Services as livestock and Foreign Agriculture Nutrition oversight and department operations she's a member of the Congressional Black Caucus Pro Choice Caucus Caucus Coalition for Autism Research in Education Caucus Co Chair of the College Affordability Caucus. She serves on the emergency task. Force a black you suicide and Mental Health Education Labor Taskforce Freshman Working Group on Addiction Gun Violence Prevention Prevention Task Force and is a deputy whip party leaders and whips are of basically caucus leaders They're leaders of the political parties in the body the legislature. So she's a deputy whip so that's a little bit about Mr Hana Hayes and Something we did not talk about but also graduated in nineteen eighteen eighty seven from the Michael F Wallace Middle School for here in Waterbury Connecticut. And you know what so did I. I was in nineteen eighty seven graduate of the Michael F Wallis Middle School in Waterbury Connecticut. So I've known Mr Hana Hayes for a long time so very proud of her in her accomplishments in the whole city of Waterbury proud of her in her accomplishments. So we're going to talk about the school to prison pipeline. And what essentially that is is there seems to be an over policing of a student's we've seen a number of viral videos. I'm sure that you have seen a number of viral videos. In which officers have been been very heavy handed in their taking in apprehending a students some of them five six years old ten years old. Some of them teenage students in high school tackling them tackling students over Not Paying attention over cell phones. One child was tackled over trying to steal milk. And so we're GONNA talk about a lot of these things or why these things are happening and what we can do. In order to combat them a lot of things that we can think about concerning the school to prison pipeline. Right is the idea that because of a number of policies right zero tolerance policies that are going on in schools to students are fighting instead of teachers trying to get an understanding as to why they're fighting right. All students are just suspended many times that just arrested and so this causes a serious problem right. So they're pushed out of the schools through high stakes testing right. Some schools don't want to have their numbers. As far as testing. Look back 'til there expelling students and suspending students in this course. If you don't give students something to do or someplace to be on understanding the home life of money these students then it causes. This is some serious problems in exacerbates the problem when you take them out of the schools and put them in the criminal justice system. So that's what we're GonNa talk about and that's where we're GONNA get into it so hoping that you all will just sit back. Relax enjoy the conversation as we had so here we go Mr Hana's US representative you've so we are alive with representative John Hayes of the Fifth District of the state Thank you so much for being on Capitol halters authors August. Thank you for having me great to be here so I did reach bio so if you would just take a couple of minutes here and just kind of introduce yourself to sorry about that. Bio misstep is super ambitious a freshman congresswoman from Connecticut's Fifth Congressional district. I am newly elected. This is my inaugural race might induction into politics on this time. Last year I was a teacher. Sure in Waterbury Public School system than a teacher for going on fourteen years in two thousand sixteen. I was named the national teacher of the year in came out on a sabbatical oh and traveled around the country around the world and really just got a very diverse perspective might profession and the needs within areas communities and win the seat opened up. I realized that I had a perspective that was missing voice and through my hat in the ring and want what ran for and won it. So I'm on first. African American woman to ever represent the state of Connecticut in Congress. Summon the Committee of Education Labor which seems incredibly appropriate video of agriculture. And just excited to be there doing the work for the people in this district. Uh Perspective was missing. Chose to while I think for me. I've shared this story so many times because it's true at the conclusion of my year as teacher of the year I had the opportunity to meet with the secretary of Education and she made a statement that I realized that they had a profound impact on me. She said I want to government the way so that parents can make the decisions for their children which seems like an innocuous statement but I was thinking what about the kids who don't have Eric's what about the kids who don't have anyone else to advocate advocate for them. Isn't it your job as secretary of Education. Isn't that my job as an educator. You know the the what the secretary was describing was a scenario that would not included me. You know as teenage mom. My grandmother raised me my mom listen addicts my life. And I didn't have anyone to advocate. Wait for me so I had to rely on the fact that when I went to school everybody there would do the best job that they could do. Just because they were invested in what the secretary was list about was describing was a scenario in which the people already have agency would have access to lure agency and. I just thought that there needs to be someone with that on the ground perspective who can represent all of these communities in all these people who have either checked out of the conversation or felt that it didn't On impact them. So you know. I saw that during my time as teacher the year I met with parents I met with educators I met with in the civic and community organizations in so many people just said nobody gets it and I thought you know I get it and I have a voice in Iva platform and and I at least have to try to use it in this way. Thank you for. Doing that really needs a lot. I mean it's it's refreshing to hear people who Waxing WanNa make a different things because of selflessness while I think that's very important because I always never wanted to be a congresswoman so even then it was never about the title I tell people my name is more important than any titles so my integrity is very important and being true to who I am. is very important. I tell my staff all the time. I sit in every hearing from gavel-to-gavel sometimes I'm the only member in the room. You know people come and go they give their testimony and they leave but I stay the entire time in some of these hearings are three four five hours long but I stay because I recognize that there are some people who will never have the opportunity to even be these roles. I'm sitting in a C- I'm occupying a space. That people who really I have concerns will never ever even be able to be part of that conversation so I have a responsibility to them. And that's what the Chaban should be about the work. The police Sir and not the power of the title or all the benefits that come along with it from Gobble Tagab over over that yesterday right as we record this conversation the impeachment of Donald J trump is going on the head. Eleven hours of testimony. Yes yes I mean. There were times where when I when when I first came into this Congress we were in the midst of a government shutdown and there were times where we voted into the night to try to reopen government. And you just stay. It's part of the job you know but I think about about it and I'm sure you know this captain enter people who sat on jury trials ego hours eight nine hours sitting listening to evidence. And that's what the average average American person does all the time you know. These jobs are unpredictable. But anyone who takes this goes and takes it seriously. Variously knows that there are times where early mornings late nights and yesterday was one of those days and I think it was necessary. It was necessary to lay out the facts to give the American people all of the information.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

03:02 min | 6 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"And welcome. Welcome to another episode. Captain Hunters podcast lashed the el-Bugi show just talked to my daughter about that. Whenever we get that show up running I wanted to have it up and running right now but unfortunately she? He is unhappy with the local that we have so she wants to change that. So until we get that straight The show will be on pause but I do want to have it up with the next two or three weeks four weeks at the most anyway. This is a movie review about the movie queen and Slim. I believe it was dropped last November. Two Thousand Nineteen. Yes she she just got around to seeing it fairly recently as of the release date of this Audio podcast so she's slacking on her on her pimp and you know what I'm saying so We gotta to get her to catch up so we do have couple more movie. Reviews irs going to going to be coming up that is going to be just mercy Michael Jordan and Jamie Foxx along with bad boys for life with Martin Lawrence and will Smith so be on the look out for when we when those movies come out and we will be doing our own our review review of those as well so just one last thing before we get to the to the meat of what. We're going to be discussing here today. I wanted to talk just quickly about A. We're going to be saying the woman's name wrong. She pronounced Judy. The name of the actress in today's movie is actually jody. Turner Smith Jody Turner Smith with a couple of times. We said Judy we figure out in the end of the episode. That was actually judy So Jody Turner Smith is the actresses name who plays Queen in the movie queen and Slam with her partner. Danu new Columbia. So that's it guys. Make sure to rate subscribe and share Captain Hunters podcast and be on the lookout for the L.. Oh boogie show. When we drop that make sure that you rate subscribe and share that as well to remember you could support the podcast through pay pal cash APP? Also go over over to Captain Hunters podcast and you can become a patriot and help support the show. So that's it here. We go our movie review. All right everyone. Welcome back to the el-Bugi show. Thank you so much for tuning in it's your boy big. L. AND EH. She's don't gang signs what what does it So how's everything pretty good pretty good pretty good so you just finished school. I was thinking about this today. Finish school in graduate Yeah my first well. My first two years mice associates Allante Valley Community College and social work. So I have to go on is a social worker human services or what is that. I think it's a human services slash short of things so I would be able to go like if I went winter. Like a locust Gulick here in Connecticut like southern or eastern or something like that I could just go straight so short program. Now since we're.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

08:42 min | 6 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Hello everyone and welcome to another episode Captain Hunters podcast. Thank you so much for for tuning in a truly appreciate it as I mentioned before the podcast is certainly growing. And that's thanks to you the listener sharing for liking and thumbs upping and all that kind of stuff so so please keep up the good work. I hope that everyone's holiday season was great out that people got the gifts and most importantly the love attention affection and and the family support and warmth and attention and Rebounding if you will and all that that's of course the most important portent reason for the season as I mentioned in a previous podcast episode. That actually lost a family member so it's really important that we get together in these times is year and really understand the purpose of the season and understand that family is the most important thing that we get people who will who love us who we love love and just share good time show those stories share those memories and create stories and create those memories that we can pass out from one generation to the next so. I hope that at that all that has gone well for all of you. In addition to hope that your New Year was fantastic. However you bought the New Year in? I hope that so far that the new year's going great for you. I hope that you're expecting and doing great things as we are a few days into the New Year twenty twenty. I certainly hope that you have not given up on your New Year's resolution so quickly continue to strive continue to push for whatever it is that you have resolved to accomplish in this this New Year. Two Thousand Twenty. Even if you start to slack off a little bit so far you know the few days that we've had in Keith. Going you know pick it back up. He doesn't just because you slacked off doesn't coming to stop or does it mean to quit but keep going and keep growing. We have a great episode for you today. We had another doctor Dr Actor. Kaneko Turner Saint Louis Missouri. Family medical doctor down there in Saint Louis down in the loof as they call it down there so what what happened is is that I met Dr Turner and I met a number of great great people at a drug reform conference that I was at in Saint Louis in Missouri in November so the beginning November two drug reform conference and it was very eye opening very enlightening enlightening. I learned a lot Being law enforcement you tend to look at things for through one Lens Right. That's the lens of lock him up. Let's let's have a hard. Crackdown I- ideology. So I was Fortunate enough to be able to attend this particular conference and I learned a lot about the other side of the coin of those who are trying to reform a not only Liam police world but but change people's minds about people who use drugs in about drug use in and of itself right I did not know that. Only ten percent of the people who actually use drugs at developed some type of problem. Now let me be very clear. I don't believe that people ought to be using illegal drugs however My eyes were aligned. Signed to the fact that many people use them many people are still functional and all that kind of stuff so does that mean just because functional that we do criminalize or whatever no but it certainly is an eye opening experience Certainly enjoyed the conversation that I number of people I was introduced into this. This idea of harm reduction harm reduction is essentially let other people explain it who are more well-versed than I but Dra Harm Reduction is essentially the The meeting people where they are right so people are using drugs. We've known that for years for decades and for centuries every almost every civilization solicitation has had some form of drug use of mind altering expand whether it is alcohol marijuana or opium or whatever it has been there's been some type of the substance that is people have used in order to ease a mask the pain that they have been in so. I think it's very important to meet people where they are into into employ tactics. That will actually work. And I'll let the other people my guests Explain that far better than I so I met a lot of different people at this particular conference. Dr Kenneka Turner is the first person who was who was up. I have a number of episodes prerecorded pre recorded. Some people have recorded There at the conference matter of fact Dr Nica Turner is one who I recorded other conference so as you hear us talking you'll hear a lot of people in the background everything like that. We tried to choose the quietest place possible to in order for us to do the interview So you'll hear a lot of people talking but I think that the quality the interview is still great concerning even considering the background noise. That's going once again. I have a lot of different interviews at a going to be coming up so stay. Tuned tuned Lotta Great. People were not just talking drug reform. But when you talk about how. People are policed in the Philippines Mental lawyer from over there in the Philippines have another A former police officer who I need to interview going to interview from Great Britain talk about his time on the undercover police forces sources in Great Britain So just a lot of great great interviews that are going to be coming up so stay tuned for all that and once again I thank you for taking his right along with us. We looked through bridge the gap between the police and the communities that they serve so once again. Let me just say before we get going here. please make sure that you rate that you subscribe. I t.. And that you share these episodes I thank you all those who have done it once again is as I said. Previously the month of December Twenty nineteen with the best downloads More people are tuning in so I just want to continue to make it grow into go right so we want January twenty twenty and going forward to be More productive and we want to gain more listeners in Of course I want to continue to put out great information so that you wanted to knit couple couple more just general announcements soon. We're going to be selling t shirts. Matter of fact I WANNA have them up by the end of January twenty twenty two seven t shirts even mugs. And so. That's US something I'll be going to be working on. t shirts and logs for a captain hunters podcast as well as L. Inmate police training and consulting. Please remember that if you have a training opportunity or if you have a promotional testing opportunity your you know someone who who is in need of an implicit bias instructor or consulting services in leadership and management. I'm your man. Make sure that you hit me up. CPT L. Hunter at g mail DOT COM or Hunter Police consulting thing at g mail dot com. Make sure that you go over to the website. Hunter Police Training Dot Com. Make sure you check that out. Please remember we have a facebook page. We're looking to start some engagement Smith. They're looking to start a book club. All that's going to be coming in the year of twenty twenty so we have t shirts and mugs that be going on sale. I have a facebook page. Capture Hunters Chris. podcast you can support the podcast through then Mo cash APP pay pal all of those A. CPT Hunter also remember that you can go over to the page on page and subscribe for just a little bit of dollars a month. Your support will go towards helping to keep this podcast going and growing so had all over to Patriot become a patron help. Support the PODCAST. So I can keep giving you good quality information in good quality interviews. That's it for as far as the announcements. We all know what it does. Make sure that you right subscribe and share and just a little bit about Dr Konica. Turner sees a family medicine doctor in Saint Louis Missouri. She received turn medical degree from Saint Louis University And let her explain a little bit more about herself. She's actually a real medical doctor. Stay tuned for the interview. And here we go. Here's the interview with Dr Caen Could Turner as we discussed the OPIOID epidemic. Okay so once again this podcast. We are live coming from Saint Louis from the Lou So I'm here with Dr Monica Turner. I said your name since I got the Saint Louis People with some difference on the names so I interviewed a doctor. I'm going to try to save us from Puerto Rico so anyway thank.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of Captain Hunters podcast. Thank you so much for tuning in.

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

11:41 min | 7 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Come terms of myself that really starts to feel free to tackle your parents or are your phone or whatever that we have to treat the personal then you have the right so you try to another episode. That you talked about was the whole a thing. How did that go did that? Work or is it effective as he still going or what's what's up with that go I started I feel about Was it editing and like I I don't have a sponsor At the beginning. That doesn't go. I think that that it's all about what works for you. A lot of people a lot of people. He'll that only one way to do things then line They could be about anything. Just actually with mine but There's just one way to do it. And I think that kind of people up for failure and they give them a little an element of two or shame about it was from you then. If I'm not stop the nothing worked for me. You know the thing that I feel like it works for you then by all means do it. It's working for me right now. In fact with it but I'm open to a lot of other different things like I think. Erkki Bernie you know then. Then I have. They're called on. I suck 'cause I need that you know and when it comes to getting clean and things like that there's so much out there you'd have to research and find we're fine. What group crew? Hopefully like I do online forum i. They're eating I. It's a one size fits all in. That's all I do. You know it can work like that for some people but for us. It's not how I process information So I try a little bit of everything and and keep doing what works. Best Bernie Mij- Ernie very nice very good good. So let's talk about your life today. You're going to therapy you are podcast cast host. You are writing and so the future is bright. So tell us about what you're writing and what we what we can expect from the podcast injure. Oh yeah so. I write a lot for like irate pulling working already right back scripture like teen and like teachers there's a lot of it is based on the stoorikhel painting parts of history What I think at Phnom or whatever but I usually go through the lens of a like a caller male or female Just like little known fact about history. That may not be well. No I'm a history person and I'm I'm sorry you said you voted for TV TV and film again. I just been published. We've seen any of this stuff or talk about it. Okay okay. That's what I do decide. Okay are you trying to get trying to get it released on an extra what I am trying to get public and trying to get it wrapped. I'm trying to do a lot Things have it out Q Egypt right now. It's like things are in the works but nothing in this game. It's like a waiting game so they say and you can't just go to try different things so I'm working on Pot why I am looking to really connect the just People in their state. I really want to I've I'M GONNA turn. Did you really connect with a lot of People are now you know that has either having history of trauma or Dick Origin or the background. And there's still bill after becoming the show interviews about that I think here who says I did. Jerusalem she's working now but she had Yeah Oh yeah interview. I also interviewed another woman who I knew are let in now shut which took her mother. We're talking about that I think I really WANNA try to have conversations around things that people may not feel so comfortable but not like the controversial or aggressive manner. Is this more of just like the white you know it may not not directly but you probably know someone you know and like. Why don't we talk thing? Why don't we work on healing instead of just keep pushing the Dow passing it on to generations like to talk about it? But let me ask you why why I mean you say people of Color and I I want to. I want my audience to be everyone. Obviously but so is a reason that you want to reach out specifically the people of Color. Why why would I like? We have a a Lotta Insurance Juries intergenerational trauma you know I feel like I am I I totally down and I do. I have fans that are not people calling Tokyo that great but I also feel like just for me like you know I meant like I was. It's not like I'm talking during the so. I thought loan on my life. I didn't feel like I grew up in arenas and even fees are like I. I think out whether I want not in my you know feeling Michael Like your old so much unique. I need you to one of the like like a lot of units. That are What will Egypt because of just like how how fighting has then worked? You know and I don't think me we were ordered are getting opportunities to learn how to cope in a easier More the reflective manner you know oh now becoming a thing for especially Lapworth talk about mental health. Is that it now becoming a thing but you know that do we really. I think that's the case you know but if you look at what's happening incarceration like obvious trauma like why don't talk about it. You know I think just for me I keep people within my own medium people that too badly. I WanNa talk about it from not you but a woman I mean I think that easier than I can anything else And I think the kind of like I really WANNA help like the start to think about what we feel and at the time but if it grows up out of that Google have it do it. But that's initially why I wanted to start. I felt like someone going to I was going through. I didn't see anyone like that in the base that I could do. Yeah okay so I appreciate you coming on the show. You are certainly a positive role model to those who are going through stuff. I WanNa remind the audience that you You know you're college educated You started to develop your issues As far as excessive drinking post thirty years old so to all those listeners out there who may be dealing with some trauma some stress look to Cynthia right for some inspiration and thank you so much become a captain hunters podcast. I enjoyed your story. Thank you so much for sharing. Thank you for having me here. It was fun. I'm glad so looked to have you again soon in here about next time. We'll talk about one any a book that's been published or something some documentary for net flicks or something like that. We look forward to that. I'm into all type of thing the great So we'll have a bunch of times. He talked about a bunch of different stuff. So all right. Thank you. So much for being a captain hunters podcast. Thank you so much once again. Your podcast is called getting your together. Make sure you guys subscribe share in like it. That's okay all right. Thank you once again to my special guest. Miss Cynthia right host of getting your together podcast. Once against Tailbone Buzz Sprout Pandora itunes soundcloud. She's on twitter with getting your ish G.. G. E. T. T. I. N. G. Y. O. U. R. S. H.. Touch our twitter handle. It's also at getting your I. S G The h together and you can find our link tree and Getting your together. That's once again. It's S. H.. Star Star T. together. Also if you have a friend or family member WHO's dealing with some type of substance abuse there so many resources available out there right. It's so if you're dealing with it if you have a job where you can call your employee assistance program e AP or some similar type of organization. Make sure that you give them a cough off You know once again this the only way to true freedom from addiction is for you to recognize it for yourself and for you to take that step out there and do something about it so this is the substance abuse and Mental Health Services Administration The US Department of Health and Human Services that the S. A. M. MM-HMM H. S. A. Dot Gov Samhsa Dot Gov once again you can call your e ap you can also go to alcohol that Org. Gee that's helping an alcoholic alcohol dot. Org and you can just google the stuff right. There's so many resources out there people who are dealing with alcoholism or you're dealing with other type of harder drug or you're dealing with mental health depression issues so there's a lot of help out there. Ladies and gentleman laments who chose to give those services a call. I like to thank once again from mis. Mis Right for being on the capital Hunters podcast. Please make sure that you check out. Her podcast subscribe to it like could share it. Please much support podcast. Once again capital Hunters podcast on Patriot on C. AT CPT l.. Hunter for up cash up Ben Mo for pay POW that financial support. Please make sure that you rate subscribe and that you share this episode. In all other episodes you can follow me on instagram. Cpt Al Hunter twitter handle is at CPT l.. Hunter captain l hunter distinct about that. And that's that's it ladies and gentlemen until next time much love and peace..

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

10:41 min | 7 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of Captain Hunters podcast. Thank you so much. What for tuning in and I really appreciate once again as I say all the time the love and the support that you all have been giving thank you so much? Today's episode is is a good one. We got a fellow podcasters by the name of Cynthia Right. She hosts the podcast called getting your ish together. I try not to swear on this podcast because I wanted to be family friendly. I want people to be able to have your kids. Listen and make sure that your children are able to listen to this because they may want to become police officers one day so so. That's the reason that I don't swear or at least I try not to wear so her podcast is called getting your is together and the author. Is Cynthia Right. So we'll get into the episode in just a few moments but as we always do let's get through the house keeping being items to housekeeping. Of course is that you please help. Support the podcast through Van Mall through cash through pay pal or you can go to the Patriots page. Captain Hunter's podcasts on Patriot and support. Remember it costs money to put these episodes upper every week. I have to pay for the storage. I bought complain to buy more equipment to make sure the podcast for you is bigger and better starting in twenty twenty. I'm going to have some items that are going to be for sales. T shirts for Captain Hunters podcast. I'm going to have some mugs where you can go on the website and buy items for Catta hunters podcast. So you've been looking for that. Does all support trying to support the podcast and make sure that the AH podcast is growing advertisement marketing and all that kind of stuff so just be a supporter and the on the look out for those items. Remember to subscribe rate and share these episodes share with your friends. CERT- with the neighbors shit through email you can make make clips of the episode put together. Put It on your own facebook page through email. Please make sure to rate subscribe and that you share that way. It's easier easier for me to be found and most importantly is the sharing option. Please make sure that you are telling your friends telling neighbor and getting the word out about what captain hunters. There's podcast is all about so ladies and gentlemen thank you so much for paying attention to the good housekeeping now back to the show so I went to a drug drug reform conference in Saint Louis Missouri a few weeks ago at the beginning of November twenty nineteen and it was very informative very enlightening. I learned a lot and and I learned a lot about addiction but prior to me actually going to the particular venue in Saint Louis. I met Miss Cynthia right through a facebook group for fellow podcasters and this particular group. She and I hooked up and I thought that her story was really good and really great. The premise of her show getting your together is is about people who have or are dealing with addiction now. Miss Right is very open and honest about her addiction shoots. She's GonNa talk about on the show. Oh so therefore I have any qualms about talking about it right now but her addiction in her book of choice was alcohol so some people are hooked on the more harder drugs drugs heroin cocaine etc etc etc Miss Rights drug of choice was alcohol. And you will learn that. She is his college educated and that she developed her addiction in her thirties. Right so this is not something that people develop you know in history when our teenager not just something. I think that people develop when they're teenagers or in their early twenties but in her thirties. She developed this drug addiction in is very interesting to see that even though her family and her friends even other professionals her doctor and all that told her about herself and told her about her addictions. It's it's only when she decided to get clean and sober that she actually made the steps efforts to get clean and sober so I congratulate her on her steps to get clean. And it's over to you know I. It's about a lot of times dissuading for that person to be ready. It doesn't matter when you and your family member or family friend of someone who is suffering bring from addiction who you can cry you can wind. You can complain you can't and Monisha. You can warn you can scold you can yell scream to the top of your lungs things but it's not into the person who's actually ready to face their demons that they will actually do something about it. And that was the case with Ms Cynthia right so I think her story is very is is a good one So we're going to deal with addiction and we're going to deal with addiction a number of ways in the next few coming episode associates. I have other episodes that are going to deal with addiction and people who are trying to get people off of addiction. We're GONNA talk about harm reduction on that and essentially harm reduction. Action is allowing people to go through their addictive process if you will or or allowing them to engage in certain behaviors while loving them An understanding that they can't change they won't change until they are actually ready so those future episodes that it could become an up. I still have a lot out of episode that I recorded about other topics as well and I'm still looking for guests on a wide variety of topics in fact to be taught him looking to expand the show and talk more about law enforcement. I WanNa talk about the whole person right. So because because the the premise of the show is bridging the gap or bridging the divide between the police in the communities that they serve while I want to focus more on the communities and I believe that in order to have strong communities that that you need to have strong families strong community centers that would be churches religious organizations that would be strong fraternities pretty strong sororities strong civic organizations and things like that and that will produce strong communities so strong families strong civic and religious is organizations and that means that you had to be strong as well and I'm GonNa talk a little bit more about this in another episode and so stay tuned for all that so a lot of expanding is going going to be going on with Capitol Hunted podcast. Yes we're going to focus on law enforcement. Yes we're GONNA look at the items that are going on around law enforcement. How do we commit law enforcement better? But we have to have strong strong. Not only do we need strong law enforcement officials who are part members of the community but we also need strong community members and that once again in is about strong families strong civic organizations and strong individuals in those family strong fathers in the home strong mothers in the home and yes. I said it strong. A father's nest needed me in a home. And yes. I'm saying strong. Mothers need to be in the hall. Strong family units a whole well rounded people. And we're GONNA talk about that when they got got an going to get into that financial literacy people who are going to be coming on and just a whole host of other options and people that were going to be exploring and dealing with getting all of our stuff together in short as Ms Cynthia writing saying getting all of our ish together. We're going to get together and we're going to build up our community so without further ado. Here's a little bit about mis. Cynthia right after deciding to gets over in twenty nineteen. Cynthia decided to live life life on her terms and crust stigmas associated with addiction and addictive behavior. Thus her podcast getting you're ish together was born where where she dishes it. Up every week on topics ranging from leveling up guilt and shame in acceptance all types of toxic relationships and and how they impact your life talks about eating disorders and the random. QNA from her audience. New episodes dropped every Thursday at eight. Am Eastern turn standard time. She still working on and building her website But you can find her podcast. Getting you're ish together on I tunes Pandora. You can listen on bus route and you can also listen to it on soundcloud on Apple podcasts and spotify getting you're ish together now when I say getting together at the actual spelling of it is getting getting your getting space your S. H.. Star T- together. That's how you say I'm saying ish but it's really getting your shit together itself getting your together. So that's a little bit about mis. Cynthia right so without further Ado Ladies and gentlemen. Here is the interview with Miss Cynthia Right. We're talking with Cynthia. Right thank you. So much for being uncapped hunters podcast. You are the host of the podcast getting your itch together. That is a rag. Then thank you any longer. Thank you so much for being here. So let's just start off with. How did did you get the name? How did you develop the name for your podcast? You know similar and I'm a member a AH women of Color podcasters circle and one of the questions. Brock Kober was like. How did you come up with your gain and the which actually enter today So it's Kinda like full circles that was in the morning announcements but Simply put I suck at names like I suck at naming thing. I do a lot other things like right. And I'm horrible. Navy KITSON's like it's not emory data and I was saying. Oh some sort of podcast. So many years now how and I was talking to my friend like going back and forth. I mean 'cause she's really good at naming things And I was like well trying to talk about like you know getting your dollar right and I feel like my name but I like that name so why not make Ah name like that and I said yes that's GonNa be the name of my contacts so from that from that day for It's called that ever since I was trying to think about. I know a swear word in it but how trying to figure out like well I didn't WanNa Downfield downfield glasses but then I kind of quite are breaking now and I'm not trying to. I didn't know at the time I don't know how big I want. You're trying to be trying to get my story out her to Cox gangs and other people maybe connect. But I wasn't thinking.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"Hello everyone and thanks for tuning once again to Captain Hunters podcast. I truly appreciate appreciate you guys tuning in subscribing sharing liking thumbs upping all that kind of stuff so keep a comment. Thank you so much trying to give you the listener. Good Education Haitian as to what goes on in the police world and trying to bridge that divide between the police and the communities that they serve. I WANNA give a Warning an alert at the beginning of this podcast as you can tell by the tidal. It's going to get a little controversial so I understand that. There's a controversy Percy behind this topic but listen we can't be afraid to delve into these waters and we want to analyze today. Do Black officers actually need need their own groups right. Why can't we all get along? Why can't we just be one? Why can't we just be the United States of America? Why do you guys keep wanting two separate yourselves? Why do you keep doing this? Why do you keep doing that? Should we get over it. Should we get past. Should we be post racial well. I WanNa talk today with my guest asked Damon K Jones. And we're going to have that. Discussion are these groups necessary of these black organizations necessary in. Why do we keep doing it and let let me sleep on the outset.

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"captain hunters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"captain hunters" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"At eight AM with kickoff at ten. Oh, five on KFI. You're now getting closer to the the fatal decision the fatal. Like, I say commander, captain Watson the commander of the destroyer squadron wants to set a speed record. And he's been given clearance to go from San Francisco to San Diego twenty knots. He says make it so his lead navigator. Lieutenant Commander hunter is also commanding one of the ships. But he's also taken on the role of chief navigator, so his disgruntled navigator Lieutenant Blodget who was a very good navigator and could concentrate on the navigation while captain hunter army commander hundred conning the ship could. Concentrate on actually commanding the ship and taking direction location from the real navigator. Well, the real navigators been relegated to assistant navigator because commander Donald hunter Donald t hunter who taught navigation at West Point for two years is going to navigate and he's gonna skipper the lead ship. So if you know anything about the coast there at what's now Vanderberg air force base. There's a place called point Arguello and back in nineteen Twenty-three. There was a brand new fangled navigational system called radio direction. Finding point Arguello is a long point of land couple of hundred yards long long pencil of land. And as you're coming close to Santa Barbara. It's the furthest point of California out west it's the furthest West Point in California. So you can approach it from the northwest to the southeast or as. As you pass it. You're now passing to the southeast. You approach from the north west say at three hundred and twenty six degrees as you pass it. The RDF station is going to show you passing at two hundred degrees. And now at one ninety and now at one eighty and then now at one. Seventy five and now one seventy because you've now turned into Santa, Barbara if I hope I'm painting the picture correctly. Well, this is what happened. Captain hunter taking on the navigation is absolutely positive. They've already passed point Arguello. And so they don't go through the procedure. They call the RDF station, and they send a long series of dashes on their telegraph. The RDF station receives those and it looks for the strongest signal which gives them a Abbott, and they tell the they tell commander hunter that. Hey, we have you at three two three degrees. And this was part of the problem with the RDF is that it gave you a two different degrees. It gave you a possible back as one hundred and eighty degrees behind you. Or gave you the the true direction in this case. They said your heading is three two three. We have you coming to us at three hundred twenty three degrees. That's you're heading. Well hunter thought he knew better than the new fangled technology. And he said what's the back as meth, and they said, well that would be one six to one six seven degrees and that put him into the Santa Barbara channel. So he thought the RDF guys wrong. I'm right. It's time to make our left turn into the Santa Barbara channel as a column of ships. And so. E orders the left turn at twenty knots and at twenty knots going into the fog Bank each succeeding ship. Of course, it's peacetime. So they're going with full legs blazing. So they turned towards the state of California at a place called Honda point and one after another interro, they go crash crash crash.

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