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Fresh update on "city police department" discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

01:52 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "city police department" discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"C N has found notice with the 6 circuit Court of Appeals of Biden's inappropriate pressure. Asking the court for a final resolution of the stay on vaccine mandates. JC and is demanding that the president cease and desist, pressuring small businesses to comply with his illegal vaccine mandate. We all need to stand up for small businesses right now. Joined with small with job creative network to help small business owners fight this illegal mandate. Go to block the mandate dot com that's blocked the mandate dot com. Speaking of this soft on crime DA and the ACA you supporting all sorts of measures that increase crime. One of the measures out here in California is proposition 57. And it was to reduce penalties for non violent offenders. I think we discussed this before, but it bears repeating. You know what some of the categories of nonviolent offenders are in a proposition 57? That voters passed? Human trafficking of a child. I'm not kidding you. Rape of an unconscious person or by intoxication. Nonviolent. Drive by shooting at inhabited dwelling or vehicle, nonviolent. Assault with a firearm or deadly weapon. Assault on the police officer, Syria Orson, exploding a bomb to injure people. Solicitation to commit murder assault from a caregiver to a child under 8 years old, felony, domestic, violence. These are all considered to be nonviolent offenses under proposition 57. Which brings us to Oakland where former senator Barbara boxer got mugged in her cell phone was taken. There is a mayor named Libby schaff. She once supported plans to cut a lot of money from the police department. You know, for programs. Well, after three people were killed over Thanksgiving, we concluded a security guard shot by a smash and grab looting gang. She's now refers her decision. She now supports putting more money into the city's police department. Well, duh. Number of homicides in the city. Oakland, now 127 so far. And the mayor has announced a plan to reverse the funding cuts, scheduled to effect take effect next year, and will instead present a plan to keep a minimum of 678 officers to restart the city's so called ceasefire crime program. What does somebody say once about what a conservative is? Conservative is a liberal who's been mugged. Well, this mayor has been bugged. Article the only times, headline, crime, on LA, trains, buses, rises, as right as return, poor people are suffering the most. LA public transit system. In 2021, through September, reports of violent crime, up 25%. From the same time last year. Some crimes, such as aggravated assaults are exceeding pre-pandemic levels, even though bus and rail ridership has not fully recovered..

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Travis Scott superfan traumatized by Astroworld Festival experience: 'I can't support Travis anymore'

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Travis Scott superfan traumatized by Astroworld Festival experience: 'I can't support Travis anymore'

"Calls for an independent review into the Travis Scott rap concert as Houston police continue to investigate how eight people ended up dead and hundreds more injured Houston police and fire were deeply involved in safety measures for the music festival now the city's police department is leading the criminal investigation were us surging crowd killed eight people as video on social media shows many at the concert trying to get the performance to stop the county's top elected official is calling for a separate independent review crowd safety experts say outsiders could help avoid conflicts Harris County which owns the venue is considering its own investigation meanwhile Travis Scott has offered to pay for the funerals we fun tickets and canceled his appearance at a Vegas concert I'm

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Minneapolis Rejects Measure to Replace Police Department

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Minneapolis Rejects Measure to Replace Police Department

"So this is awesome. You've got to hear this. So Minneapolis if this is, if this is correct, so this is from American experiment. Minnesota think tank. On election day 2021 that was Tuesday, the voters of Minneapolis rejected a proposed charter amendment, which would have eliminated the city's police department and replaced it with a public safety agency. It was there was 57 to 43. So my point yesterday was while of course I am happy that this thing didn't pass. 43 yesterday, I thought it was 44, 43% of people living in would this be Minneapolis? Voted to abolish the police department? More than four out of every ten citizens of Minneapolis is an idiot? Is it true destructive idiot? Wow. See, this is your choice. You can celebrate that it was defeated, which I do. And lament the fact that there are so many fools who live in Minneapolis. Truly, I mean, destructive fools. I don't mean fools because they made wrong decisions in their family life. I mean, nihilistic. Pro rape pro murder pro theft citizens of Minneapolis. If you deny that you are pro rape pro murder and pro theft if you want to abolish the police department, you can deny it all you like. You can. But you're lying to yourself.

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Minneapolis voters reject ballot measure to dismantle police

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Minneapolis voters reject ballot measure to dismantle police

"Minneapolis voters have rejected a plan that would have replaced the beleaguered city police department with a different type of safety agency in the wake of George Floyd's death proponents of the change part of the D. fund police movement had called for a complete overhaul of policing to stop brutality and abuse of power this motor Scott Shafer was in favor of the change that status because it's horrible but opponents who defeated the measure said there was no concrete plan for how to move forward and removing the police department would leave at risk communities even more susceptible to violence Angela Mansfield who wanted a new department says she hopes they're still meaningful reform this is a very specific training so hopefully

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Nearly 3,000 in LAPD To Seek Vaccination Exemptions

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Nearly 3,000 in LAPD To Seek Vaccination Exemptions

"Thousands of first responders in Los Angeles and Washington state are seeking religious exemptions to avoid mandatory covert vaccinations authorities in Los Angeles a nearly three thousand sworn officers and civilian employees in the city police department are seeking exemptions to avoid being vaccinated against Kobe eight nineteen on the basis of religion and three hundred more are seeking medical exemptions police chief Michael Moore says he won't comment on the sincerity level of people who are claiming a religious exemption in Washington state nearly five thousand state workers or eight percent are asking to opt out of the mandatory shots dozens of Washington state patrol troopers and other state and local government workers have sued the governor Jay Inslee contending the vaccine mandate violates their constitutional rights and exceeds his legal authority I'm Jackie Quinn

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Why the NYPD Is Grappling With COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Why the NYPD Is Grappling With COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

"New york city police department. Nypd is struggling to vaccinate its employees. According to the department an estimated forty seven percent of its members are fully vaccinated under nypd administered programs against kovac nineteen as of august twenty fourth even accounting for a percentage of the nypd's force who may have been vaccinated outside work and not provided details thereof. The nypd is not mandating that its employees self report their status that figure likely represents a sizeable decrease from the wider vaccination rates across new york city. Seventy six percent of all adults city residents of gotten at least one shot as of august twenty six and sixty eight percent are fully vaccinated and amid the delta variant impacting non-vaccinated new yorkers the kovic nineteen positivity rate in new york city over. The last seven days is around three percent on july twenty sixth new york city mayor. Bill de blasio said that all city workers would be required to get vaccinated or get tested weekly from september thirteenth onwards and on august twenty third the pfizer bio n tek vaccine became the first covert nineteen vaccine to be approved by the us food and drug administration fda but one brooklyn based traffic enforcement. Agent tells time they have no immediate intentions of getting the vaccine. I just don't feel like i need it yet. I spend most of my time outside. And i wear a mask. The traffic officer says for me. It's about having the choice to take it. And i just don't want to take it yet. A spokesman for the new york city patrol benevolent association. Pba the largest police union in new york city told time on august twenty fifth that they would take legal action. If there is a vaccine mandate for its workers

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Primary Leader Adams Calls Himself ‘Face of the New Democratic Party’

The KFBK Morning News

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Primary Leader Adams Calls Himself ‘Face of the New Democratic Party’

"Update, this is coming out of New York. Um, the Democrat who is running for mayor of New York. Interesting guy's name is Eric Adams. Don't know if you know a whole lot about him. Um, he told reporters Quote. I am the face of the new Democratic Party. He's leading in the polling there right now. Former police officer Uh he was the president of the New York City borough of Brooklyn and former captain in the New York City Police Department. And in the closing weeks of the mayoral campaign, the primary at least he said that curbing the increase of crime and gun violence in the city would be his top priority. And he and he is making his issuing this warning to the very left leaning part of the party. He is considered a moderate. Yeah, that game's over. He said, Uh, this I'm the new face. He's more moderate. Well, the crime is off the charts charts off the charts, and, um, Andrew Yang, I mean, he's totally out of it. I mean, he came in, like fifth or something. I mean, slipped that much. She really dead and then on the Republican side, Curtis Leela, who is the founder, the Guardian Angels and has been in that city, you know, since dirt He came out on top in the Republican side, but that's really I mean, that's I mean, what are the chances that a Republican becomes rule? Rudy Giuliani was mayor man. That's true, but the way the way they they break out right now in New York, it's looking more

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Justice Department to Investigate Louisville Police Department

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Justice Department to Investigate Louisville Police Department

"Investigators will be looking into another big city Police Department Attorney General Merrick Garland says the Justice Department investigation will focus on the number of practices and policies of the Louisville Police Department. It will determine whether l m p d engages in unconstitutional stops. Searches and seizures, as well as whether the department unlawfully execute search warrants on private homes. Louisville police have been under increased scrutiny since the death last year of Briana Taylor. She was killed, his police were enforcing a no knock warrant at her home.

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Justice Dept. Opens Policing Probe Over Breonna Taylor Death

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Justice Dept. Opens Policing Probe Over Breonna Taylor Death

"For the second time in a week the justice department's opening a sweeping probe into a big city police department after George Floyd's death the department started looking into the tactics of Minneapolis police now it will probe Louisville's department after police killed Brianna Taylor during a raid at her home last year to determine whether LMPD engages in a pattern or practice violations of the constitution or federal law Attorney General Merrick garland says it'll focus on whether Louisville police engaged in a pattern of on reasonable force chief Erika shields says she welcomes the investigation and the so we should her officers they understand that whatever we've been doing isn't working Taylor's family reached a twelve million dollar settlement with the city over her death Sager mag ani Washington

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Viral Video Shows Robot Dog Helping New York Police

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Viral Video Shows Robot Dog Helping New York Police

"A new. A new video going viral on twitter shows a robot police dog patrolling with cops from the new york city. Police department will the newark. Police department says that they have been using robots since one thousand nine hundred seventy s to save lives in hostage situations in has matt incidents. So this is. I mean it has more of the animal look to it. That's why people kind of creeped out about it. Sure but is it any different than what they've been doing already. What are they trying to use this dog four. Because i don't know yet they probably not using it to save people's lives i think it has to do with conditioning. Not just know just getting used to having animal robots on the streets

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Minneapolis police review force used in homeless camp clash

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Minneapolis police review force used in homeless camp clash

"The Minneapolis police department's internal affairs unit is looking into a fight between officers and civilians video of which was shared on social media as jury selection was under way for the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death the city's police department was reviewing use of force by officers after their attempt to clear out a homeless encampment led to a violent clash five people were arrested and five officers suffered injuries the group called them an uprising shared a video showing several officers trying to pull someone off another officer who's lying on the ground then an officer tries to restrain that person by kneeling on their back the Minneapolis police chief said he was thankful no officers were seriously injured that he was appalled by the actions of community members that attacked his officers I'm Jennifer king

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5 Oklahoma City officers charged with manslaughter in shooting of 15-year-old boy

Glenn Beck

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

5 Oklahoma City officers charged with manslaughter in shooting of 15-year-old boy

"Five Oklahoma City police officers will be charged with first degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting last November of a 15 year old armed robbery suspect. The Oklahoma City Police Department yesterday released body Cam footage of the shooting here's Marco Marino Stadion. Rodriguez allegedly robbed a convenience store and was locked inside by the store clerk. He climbed out the drive through window and was confronted by officers. Video shows. He dropped his gun and then was shot. The five officers who fired their weapons are currently on paid administrative leave. Another officer who fired a less lethal weapon will not be

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Officer busted on child porn charge while working at Maryland vaccination site

Retirement Key Radio

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Officer busted on child porn charge while working at Maryland vaccination site

"Says the House will consider the Senate version of the bill on Tuesday. He was already suspended from the Rockville City Police Department and now a cop. Their faces child porn charges, the Frederick County Sheriff's Office and DHS found child porn on Daniel Moore with his computer, according to the sheriff's department. He was arrested yesterday at Maryland's mass vaccination cited six

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Ithaca, New York, Mayor's Police Reform Plan

All Things Considered

05:06 min | 9 months ago

Ithaca, New York, Mayor's Police Reform Plan

"Going to stay on the topic of policing. As we have noted, Changing the way policing is done is hard, so we in trying to hear the experiences of people who are trying. That's what we call the mayor of Ithaca, New York, Savante Myrick. This week he announced plans to replace the city's police department with a civilian lead agency. If passed, it would be known as the Department of Community Solutions and Public Safety. The agency will include both armed and unharmed first responders who are trained to deescalate a number of situations, all of whom will report to a civilian public safety director. This proposal has been called one of the most sweeping police over halls in the country. So we've called the mayor to tell us more Mr Way. You're welcome. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. I'm really thrilled to be here. So first. What can you just tell me how you started to think about this in this way? How and when. You know, starting in 2014 and culminating this summer, It was very clear that we were in a moment that was unlike any other. You know, the death of George florid triggered uprisings that were in some cases centuries in the making. So the governor issued an executive order that said Every police agency should do a deep restructuring. They should talk to the community. Gather data and figure out how best to move forward. I, um kicked off process and end of collaborating with our partners in Tompkins County. We brought in the center for police Equity, which has been wonderful partner as we analyze our data and do a landscape of view of other communities of the tactics. And it really wasn't until the end the last couple weeks of this process where we looked at all of our data, and it became clear His date with the police officers themselves are saying, Look, we're too stretched. You're asking us to do too much. You need more tools in the tool kit because you can't just call us for every problem and then get mad. When every problem isn't solved the way you want it to be. In the community was saying we don't want public safety to go away. We all want to feel safe. But we too want to see a different kind of public safety. We want to see people walking the beat again. You know, we want to see people engaging with the community and There a lot of problems we want a response for, But the presence of guns, the presence of a militarized force triggers people who are carrying past traumas was in the last couple weeks of the processes that were synthesizing all the data it became clear to me. And ended up in the report. The thing to do is to start over, but it helped me see it. So what happens every day like if you I wake up unethical, like if you had a chance to implement this. I wake up in Ithaca. What do I see? Is that do I see Offers armed individuals and around individuals walking together. Do I see how what does it look like? Yeah, all of the above. What? So what you would see is Sometimes you see the armed public safety workers, which is what we're calling them by themselves. Sometimes you see the unarmed community solutions workers by themselves on foot walking around engaging the community. Solving things that we know will never lead to an arrest and have extremely low chances of leading to violence. And sometimes you see them dispatched together, right? Somebody's barricaded in their house there in mental distress, their neighbors worried. So they called. Maybe for that we send the community solutions officers that they Start to feel on easy. They think they may need some armed backup. We can dispatch both together. So So what you're seeing is actually is more tools in your toolkit. Their proposal has its critics. I mean, the police chief called the draft called the Draft radical. The president of the Ithaca Police Benevolent Association. The P B A. The union said he was deeply concerned by the proposal. The Ethical Police chief statement said that he agrees that police shouldn't respond. Every crisis. But he I think is concerned about you know, losing resource is so so, What do you say it and I'm guessing some of the public might be too. So what do you say to that? I understand I truly do were officers were coming from because this is not just a career for many of them, and it's not just a job. It's an identity. And any deep structural change like this might threaten their identity. And that's why you're here inside the same statements, they say. Now we understand that things aren't going well. Morale inside the department is low trust from the community is a slow it's it's ever been. We've watched the uprisings. We understand that we need real change. And then when real change is presented to go well, do we really have to have real change? It is a tourism in local government. That the only thing people hate more than the status quo. Is change and that managing that change. It's just gotta be necessary, and I think you know the governor's executive order and what we put it. The center of our effort is that we have to have a collaborative process. The police were invited to provide a ton of input and a ton of their input did make it into the report and the 19 recommendations that are in that report.

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New York attorney general sues NYPD over conduct at protests

Pacifica Evening News

02:36 min | 11 months ago

New York attorney general sues NYPD over conduct at protests

"New York State's attorney general sued the New York City Police Department today, calling its treatment of protestors against racial injustice last spring, part of a long standing pattern of abuse that stem from inadequate training, supervision and discipline. Attorney General Leticia James. This lawsuit includes dozens of examples of alleged misconduct during the spring demonstrations in the wake of George Floyd's police killing, including the use of pepper spray and batons on protesters trapping demonstrators with a technique called kept Ling and arresting medics and legal observers. James, The Democrat, was tasked by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with investigating whether New York Police Department officers used excessive force to quell unrest and enforce it. Mayor Bill de Blasio EOS Nightly curfew. She issued a preliminary report in July that cited a clear breakdown of trust between police and the public. James is seeking reforms, including the appointment of a federal monitor. Oversee the department's policing tactics at future protests and a court order declaring that the policies and practices the department is during the protests were unlawful. Lawsuit in federal court named the city Mayor de Blasio, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea and chief of department parents Monahan as defendants. Attorney General James criticized de Blasio for saying the use of Kent Ling was justified and Schaeffer saying that the NYPD had a plan, which was executed nearly flawlessly when officers aggressively cracked down on protesters on June 4th in the Bronx. In June at the height of the protests, Mayor de Blasio was accused of misleading the city when he told reporters that he personally saw no use of force around peaceful protests even after officers had been caught on video moving on demonstrators without provocation and bashing them with batons. De Blasio said he met with Attorney General James yesterday and that they share the goal of pushing for major police reforms such as implementing recommendations in previous reports on the NYPD is protests response. De Blasio, also a Democrat, said, however, he did not agree that lawsuit was the solution.

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"city police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"city police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Hour your home for original reporting. I'm Tom Foodie in Washington with less than 10 days left of Donald Trump's presidency and less than a week after that riotous assault on the U. S. Capitol, Members of Congress are more closely examining both the short term future and the short term passed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on 60 minutes when the protesters were making the assault on the Capitol. Before they even got to the stores. They Capitol police pulled me from the podium and I was concerned because I said No, I want to be here and they said, Well, no, you have to leave us and no, I'm not leaving this. You know you must leave. So she now plans to have the democratically controlled house try to convince vice President Pence to act on the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. Failing that to impeach the president a second time it's just related to Wednesday. That's one thing. If it's the type of impeachment, it just becomes a list of complaints of why they don't like Donald Trump. That's something else. Now it's different, and I think it would be looked at very differently by members of both the House and the Senate. Mick Mulvaney used to be Mr Trump's chief of staff, and he was on Fox. Law enforcement sources tell CBS News in the New York City Police Department sent two packages of intelligence warnings that extremists were threatening the capital with violence, assault and attack. Mr Trump has not publicly reacted to any of this more from Nicole Killian at the White House. The flag was lowered to half staff after the death of a second Capitol police officer. As he enters his final full week in office. President Trump will try to shore up his legacy. Senior advisers tell CBS News. He is expected to deliver remarks Monday. And make a trip to the border Tuesday, But calls for the president to resign now are growing from within his own party. And Mr Trump has lost his social media outlets Twitter, Facebook and YouTube all effectively pulling the plug on him big tech companies pulling the plug on the parlor platform to which he tried to move. Now Amazon, Apple and Google are pushing back saying that if you're going to run a social network You need to have meaningful moderation. It's going to be very interesting to see where this ends up going. Of course, While the First Amendment protects you and me from the government silencing us, it does nothing to stop companies from doing the same scene, etc. Ensure Also this, the Pro Golfers association pulling the PGA Championship event from Mr Trump's New Jersey course. Latest on the covert pandemic. Correspondent Lilia Luciano. Nationwide covert death setting records in 11 States. New infections spiking in 38 states, including Illinois, where Chicago's public schools are set to reopen Monday. There's a blame game going on about the slow rollout.

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"city police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:50 min | 11 months ago

"city police department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"He'll bring us up to date. So what we've heard Cliff is this is has happened that Horn blend and Mission Boulevard in Pacific Beach, San Diego Police say they have declared an unlawful assembly due to acts of violence. Well, we're seeing more seeing from a helicopter up above are some people are still and they do remain in the area. We've heard that rocks have been thrown at police officers. Officers say one was struck with a glass bottle eggs were also being thrown. They are asking everyone to stay away from the area right now. Once again, that is it. Horn blend and Mission Boulevard in Pacific Be so feel now we understand that there were there were rallies, counter rallies, a pro trump rally if you will, and they counter protest, a rally, both scheduled for one o'clock. Two separate known Did things start getting 10 shortly after that. What do we know? We heard maybe about an hour afterwards with the rally in Pacific Beach. We didn't hear anything about the other one. But, uh, that one was that one soul just a little after two o'clock. That's when we started to hear certain things happening in Pacific Beach. All right, Ready. Go back to Phil here in just a second, but we want Oh, Use our listeners right now to report in to us and help us and all of our listeners right now tell us what they see happening in Pacific Beach once again. The pro trump protesters and counter protesters as it's being reported gathered in Pacific Beach around one o'clock it started this afternoon. And if you're in that area and can tell us where you are, and if traffic is affected, or what you see, give us a call right now at 1 806 100 Kogo. That's 1 806 105 646, and you can share Your what you're seeing with our listeners and kind of be an eyewitness for us as to what's happening Once again, the city Police Department has been sending out updated tweets on its account here for the last hour or so. Thies tweets from the Police department. Started again Little after two o'clock or so when the hour after the rallies began, and as what we understand now, there were rocks thrown at some of the police officers. Just looking at what the Seneca PD has been putting up. It was about an hour ago where the police department put out the word. That the demonstration and protest at Horn Blend Street Mission Boulevard there was declared an unlawful assembly due to acts of violence is what the police Department says That was an hour ago. And then after that, there was word from the police department that the demonstration and protests had been declared unlawful assembly. As I said, and rocks and bottles, they said, we're being thrown at officers pepper spray. From the crowd being sprayed told officers as well. This was reported by the police department just less than a half hour of go now, The police helicopter has been in the area above, with Joe showing video and all that kind of thing, but also broadcasting to the crowd below. To leave the area because once the police department has declared of the lawful assembly at something like this, then the people there are required under the law. To disperse toe leave the area and that's what we are waiting to hear Maura about the police department. They have not been able to get back to was yet but with those rocks and bottles being thrown at officers and the pepper spray from the crowd sprayed towards officers. The expectation is that the police Department will continue to make this obviously an unlawful assembly and make sure that people in that area are safe and again if you're in that area at all, Give us a call at 1, 806, 100, cocoa 1, 806 105 646 or if you've seen anything on social media, because there's a lot of chatter on social media right now, obviously on Twitter and Facebook and elsewhere. With descriptions of what some of the things are that they're going on out there, and we just want to keep you updated out and because it's important that we let you know what's happening today in our community. Obviously, this comes after a tumultuous week if you will, with the riot at the U. S Capitol and Wednesday And all of the aftermath of that with the arrest. More arrests reported today is a matter of fact involving those who were identified by video and by authorities at the U. S Capitol and now have been arrested and others are still being sought were told, and they're expected to be more arrests. But if you have a comment about this or have any information about what's going on out there at Pacific Beach of you're in that area. Give us a call. 1 806 100 Kogo. That's what 806 105 646 are. Phil Farrar tell you that we're getting a little bit more information. Not only are these pro trump protesters, but counter protesters as well, and this is that once again Horn blend and Mission Boulevard, but it is a very, very wide swath. I wouldn't say that. There's hundreds. But there are definitely dozens who are maybe over a block a block and a half and police have shut down. A portion of the road that you can see here. I'm looking at area and they've shut down a portion of that once again. This began at one o'clock and just before 2 30 police declaring This is an unlawful assembly because they cited it because of violence, glass bottles, rocks, even eggs thrown at officers. And as you said, This one was one that kind of surprises. They were police. They were actually exposed to chemical agents or what you were saying. This is the spray so This is very interesting to see these protesters. Actually going towards police when you've got pro and anti trump supporters, and they're spraying them with pepper spray and throwing rocks, bottles and eggs. Well, obviously the The question of police and law enforcement. Controlling protests of any kind really expanded this week after what happened at the U. S Capital on Wednesday, obviously And there's been a.

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Houston bars refuses to close under new executive order

Mark Levin

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Houston bars refuses to close under new executive order

"Area bar and restaurant owners are refusing to close or reduced capacity under Governor Greg Abbotts Rollback plan due to a high percentage of covert hospitalizations here is county Judge Lena Hidalgo says they can expect a visit from local authorities but admits she can't get to everyone are Marshall works on enforcement in the unincorporated ER is of Harris County, alongside the sheriff, the different cities, police departments and force and the enforcement varying levels and we don't we're not able to control to what extent each individual city does their job. That from our TV partner channel to the Texas Department of State Health Services sent letters to county judges in nine counties, including Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery, telling them that the coronavirus hospitalizations have been higher than 15% for seven straight days.

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Internal NYPD memo warns of cops being targets of IED, vehicle attacks

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Internal NYPD memo warns of cops being targets of IED, vehicle attacks

"News Room. The New York City Police Department has been on the alert for weeks for possible attacks similar to Friday's deliberate RV explosion in Nashville. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. Reports and Internal NYPD memo issued earlier this month warned that law enforcement or the priority targets for terror attacks involving homemade bombs and vehicle arson. This is a December 14th memo. It was obtained by the post, and it said violent extremists and malicious criminal actors might go after cops to exacerbate tension exploit civil unrest. And incite

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Kerri Greenidge discusses two books about African-Americans in the years before the Civil War

The Book Review

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Kerri Greenidge discusses two books about African-Americans in the years before the Civil War

"Carey. Greenwich joins us now from outside boston. She is the melon assistant professor in the department of studies in race colonialism and diaspora at tufts university. She's also the author of black radical. The life and times. Of william monroe. Trotter and this week she reviews two bucks on the cover of the book review. They are south to freedom runaway slaves to mexico and the road to the civil war by alice l. Baumgartner and the kidnapping club wall street slavery and resistance on the eve of the civil war by jonathan. Daniel wells all right. That's a lot. Carrie thank you so much for being here vegas much for having me. So it's interesting looking at these two books together. They're sort of an error but they told two different sides of the same story. Just if you could tell us broadly. What are the two books about. Certainly the book by jonathan. Daniel wells the kidnapping club. It talks about the organiz. Terror inflicted on black new yorkers by kidnapping club which was a group of investors business owners and police officers in new york city in the years before the civil war and they use the fugitive slave law to be enslaved to kidnap african americans. Who were living nominally free in new york and transporting them back into the south and then we have our gardeners beautiful south to freedom runaway slaves to mexico which traces the journey of escaped slaves to mexico again in the decades before the civil war and the relationship between mexico freedom and concepts of recent citizenship. So the story of the kidnapping club if it is at all familiar to listeners. It's probably most familiar as the story that was told. In the recent film. Twelve years a slave it was sort of lightly fictionalized version the memoirs of solomon northrop but. What's the larger story here. The larger store which i think john wells does extremely well is a story of the complicity of the north in enslavement and enslave rate and the fact that american slavery was a national and a transnational institution and that to argue that somehow new york city was acknowledged as a free state although that was true because slavery was a national international institution. The powers that be in new york in the years before the civil war were dedicated to upholding that system. And so it really goes into the heart of this notion. What does it mean to be a free person. A free african american in a country and in a global system that endorsed racial slavery. The other thing that. I think jonathan daniel wells book does very well is connect the distrust the relationship between the police and law enforcement particularly in new york city. But we can use that. As a microcosm of parts of the country between new york city's police department and authorities and the black community and this video the trail that the black community felt justifiably so and experience at the hands of the police being an organized club to kidnap particularly black children and send them back into the south heart so obviously there are some contemporary parallels but one thing i thought was so interesting. That you point out in your review is the extent to which the various powers from the insurance business to the finance community to the law community was entrenched in maintaining the slave trade. Can you talk about the extent to which the early capitalist economy of new york city sort of thrived and depended on slavery so in wells book. He shows that the number one there was a cultural connection between the financier is in wall street in new york city and slavery in the south and so all of the banks all of the investment firms all of the capital that was funding the system that it took to maintain enslavement for instance investing in the distribution of food distribution of goods that were sent into the south to maintain slavery. That was a business and that was run through wall street's financial system and so it wells argues shows is that that system was dependent upon southern slavery. Southern slavery was dependent behind that system and so there was a vested interest by very very powerful people organizations in new york city to maintain and to ensure that slavery existed there is also a very vested interest in ensuring that fugitive slaves who escaped would be returned to the south given the fact that we're talking about black bodies commodities and the fact that if a black person escaped that was in the crude terms of the time somebody losing money and investment and so this whole machinery of kidnapping african americans and sending them back in the south. It was a business and it was making a lot of money for a lot of people.

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Walsh Says He’ll Back All Recommendations From Boston Police Reform Task Force

Radio Boston

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Walsh Says He’ll Back All Recommendations From Boston Police Reform Task Force

"Mayor Marty Walsh is endorsing a slate of reforms to the city's Police Department here he is speaking at City Hall just moments ago accepting the final recommendations of the Boston Police Reform Task Force the Task Force share draft recommendations last month. Now they've completed in share with me their final recommendations. And as of today, I'm pleased to officially accept these recommendations all of these recommendations. Now, those recommendations include creating new oversight office with investigatory and subpoena power and a new diversity inclusion unit within the Police Department

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"city police department" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"city police department" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Roberts is here with all the dirt straight from Hollywood. It's a dirt alert. Yes, we're going to start with a story that we talked about at the top of the hour concerning Rick Moranis, who was the victim of a random attack yesterday morning in New York City outside of his apartment building, so New York City Police Department has released video showing brick walking down the street in New York City when an unidentified man suddenly punched him in the head and walked away and believable. Yeah, the NYPD source has confirmed that the video shows Rick Moranis And there. It doesn't show any sign of previous contact between the two as they approached each other from different directions and footage shows Rick Moranis falling to the ground. After being punched while the suspect walks away with horrible, so scary hate exactly. According to CBS report, Rick went to a local hospital with pain and his head back and hip because he got punched in the head and down four and hit the floor. Then he went to the 20th precinct in New York City to report the incident Now, the New York City Police Department tip Twitter account released footage of the attack hours later. Asking for help identifying the suspect. I believe as of right now, nobody has been arrested regarding this attack. You know the thing that well, there's this is slightly unrelated. But that's the thing about Rick Moranis that is so interesting is like he disappeared from the public eye for such a long period of time, where any sort of recently been back in the public eye. The first thing. Of course, I thought about when you started to tell the story is did the other person the person who hit him know who he was? Who he Waas, But it doesn't mean we don't know, but it doesn't sound like it. Well, no, it doesn't matter. How high does not like, honey, I shrunk the kids. Siri's Yeah. You made the sequel, Honey. I blew up the kid. Unnecessary, Bizarre know it doesn't seem like that. It's the case at all. It seems like it was a completely Random attack Rick Moranis, just being the guy walking on the street in New York City, and the suspect being another guy walking on the street in New York. Yes, if you know NYPD, he crimestoppers. It has the footage. Not of the incident, but of the guy, the suspect. So if you're listening in New York City, which could very well be the case of friends in New York, so I hope you're streaming online around the app and are registered for listening rewards if you're doing so, all right, so moving on from that. Let's talk about Army Hammer US Weekly reporting that yes, he he and rumor Willis did hook up recently, despite the fact that their people were insisting that they were just friends. Well, I mean, I I would just like to take this moment to patter Cell's on the back and Pat anti lawyer in the back at the same time, Because did we not read a blind item about those two that she basically was into all the kinky stuff? Yes, that he wanted to dio And so they were just they were doing. They also Did you see the kinky photos that she posted? Hold place of Rumer Willis. Yeah, so adding her previous them. Where has a rumor has it that she's into latex and the photographs are out there right now. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah, sure she is. She sure that source tells us weekly that Armey Hammer and Rumer Willis hooked up, but that it was just a short fling and that their friends and that all these flings there have been very brief, but it seems like Army Hammer has hooked up with at least three people. Since filing for divorce from Elizabeth Chambers earlier this year. So you know, he's a busy modern guy on the go. Yeah. I'm just thinking I'm actually just looking at pictures of Army Hammer one in particular where he looks. Unhinged would be the word that I would say what I'm honestly just thinking about is the way that like Army Hammer has been having these tiny little relationships and speaking the same time about How difficult the Mom end of his Marriage is it's like he's talking out of both sides of his mouth. Well, it is, and also it's just so cliche, right? Like this guy that just can't like He can't he has to. He has to have sex like he has to be out there with the ladies Well and so cliche And that goes back to NT lawyer and his gossip Manga ring that this is pretty par for the course for Army Hammer is just that he happens to be getting divorced from his wife, So he was always kind of doing these things is just now there's no tension. He's got you by speaking of Rumer Willis, her mom to me more making headlines today because she was featured in Rhianna Savage Fenty lingerie fashion show that will begin streaming on Amazon Prime video. I Mean, day star studded it is star studded. They're doing the stunt casting in this lingerie show. It's full of celebrities. I believe Demi Moore, Paris Hilton. Some other people in laundry dd. Yes, it's just rife with celebrity nepotism, so Ah, you know, if you're into the lingerie, and you won't want to go check it out. Then you can watch it on Amazon Prime. Ah, we're gonna skip that. But, you know, I'm not a fashion, you know, Forward gal, anyway. I don't know. I think you're kind of fashion forward. Yeah. I mean, I'm wearing a hoody. Be not like all the time. We can't all be fashion forward all the time. No, I do like to look at pretty things on the Internet season. Yes, we would also like to have pretty things on the Internet and that might be in the form of lingerie. Linda re lingering. Matthew Perry, according to Page six, is still coming through gastrointestinal surgery recovery. What? I don't know about that neither. Well, this is according this, actually the story's on Page six. But this comes from a people dot com interview. Did you know that Matthew Perry step Dad is Dateline NBC news guy Keith Morrison. I don't know that Yeah, and, according.

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"city police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"city police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now the bed behavior by the Minneapolis cop will be investigated. He shouldn't have done it. That was wrong. Shouldn't happen, But was it murder? Or was it a manslaughter? That's for a jury to determine Now it's on a Jacob Blake. Outstanding arrest warrant for a sexual assault of a 16 year old on July 6th, the mother of the 16 year old called the police because Jacob Blake Had gone there for a birthday party or something, and he shouldn't be in her presence or in her daughter's presence. So when she downed 911 is, she said something. In fact, he's here. There's a protective order. Help me. So the police sent to from Kenosha dot there. A man and a woman to to say what's going on. They show up quickly there. Ah, in a wrestling match with Jacob Blake. On the grass, not complying with anything. They said You're under arrest. He was facing 8.5 years in prison for a sexual assault on a minor. And during this event, he was Tased and Jacob Blake did not responded the tasing at all. But he also had related to the police officers. They asked him. Do you have a weapon? He said. Yes, I have a knife. It's in the car. So in their mind was the idea that Blake has a weapon in the car. And so after they got done fighting, which you should never do with a cop. Would you agree? Roll around the grass with a cop get taste for some reason. Inexplicably, Jacob Blake walked around the car. And reached in at that point, he was shot seven times. It's a miracle and a man is Now those are the facts. More important consideration is whether or not there is systemic. Racism and Big City Police Department. And May I say, Can you think in your own mind which political party controls every big City Police Department that would be the Democratic Party. You might recall in the fifties sixties and seventies. There was a lot of problems in inner cities and the mayor's and the leadership tended to be people like Eugene Roman and Willis Gradison, the last mayor of Cincinnati. Who was a white Republican was Willis gratis in 50 years ago, so there was a change in complete leadership of all of our major cities from the Republican Party to the Democratic Party. Democrats have a philosophy whether you're a white, Democrat, black Democrat Hispanic Democrat, It's government control, whatever it might be, and also control the police division. So numerous organizations repeatedly have done studies to prove what they want The facts to prove which is systemic racism as exhibited by shooting of black criminals by Big City police departments controlled by who the Democratic Party controls it. So when LeBron James called by some the Al Sharpton of the N ba Now wants everyone to register to vote. Are they registering to vote to get rid of the Democrats in Cleveland? Minneapolis? Kenosha, Seattle. Cincinnati. Columbus. No, No, they're talking about Trump. You're not talking about those in control of the police divisions. Whether it's Harvard or the Washington Post or any entity that's objectively looked at the facts, including the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The National Academy of Sciences. Wanted to know whether or not there was a rash of police shootings in the black community. So the National Academy of Sciences spent about eight months to a year. By the way, the same result was gathered by Harvard and by the Washington Post and by Michigan State and by the University of Maryland and hear other facts. It turns out that white police officers in major American cities today are no more likely than black or Hispanic to shoot a black civilian. In fact, quote It is a racial groups rate a violent crime. That determines police shootings and not the race of the officer. So the racial groups rate a violent crime determines whether police come in contact with you. So the argument that some that you know the 70% of Americans are white, like 13% or black, But the fact is, what matters is whether the police come in contact with you. The racial groups rate, a violent crime determines police shootings and not the race of the police officer. The more frequently police encounter violence suspects from any racial group. The greater the chance that members of that racial group will be shot by a police officer. In fact, if there is a bias in police shootings after crime rates are taken into account, it's against white civilians. Now listen to that. If there's a bias and police shootings after crime rates are taken into account. It is against white civilians. The study has found the authors or shocked by this determination. They didn't think it was true. You can't watch the media today and come away thinking. Got a white criminal is more likely to be shot by Major City Police Department's not a black criminal, but it's true. Who did the study? Well, the National Academy of Sciences. Likewise, another study. Faculty at Michigan State University of Maryland College Park. They created a database in 2017. The year of 917 officer involved Fatal shootings in 2017 from 650 police departments, they gather the data. 55% of the victims were white. 27% were black. 19% were Hispanic. Between 92 95% of the civilian shot by police in 2017, or either attacking police or other citizens. 90% were armed with a weapon. Generally a gun or a knife, so called threat misperception shootings in which an officer shoots an unarmed civilian after mistaking it for a cell phone. We're extremely rare, in fact, under single digits in the whole country. So the idea that white police officers are big city police officers are biased and shooting black civilians. Is not true. The black lives matter. Narrative has been impervious to the truth. Study goes on and on and on this increase, and in fact, now there's a movement to have more black cops serving in those departments. More blacks more blacks. Washington Post found that black police officers are more likely to shoot a black civilian than a white police officer. So something, Rachel said. About half an hour or so ago. Facts don't.

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"city police department" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"city police department" Discussed on KTOK

"$767,000 upon the city Police Department spent that to cover the protests in Oklahoma City between May 30th and June 11th. Overtime for police officers and other staff who worked. The protest cost the department $733,000. But we really need to defund the police department. They just spend thatjust too broad out. For a 1000 leave antes que t okay dot com And I am Lee Matthews on that the Dr Jake has been holding patiently and mango. How are you, Jake? I was I was all propped up here. Just have talked. So you've got a great show. Don't talk And thanks between people different views without screaming, But now that you brought up all that money being spent, you got the book. No, I'm sorry. I think that things will be all right. You called earlier. You know, people want wake up. I think people are pretty much woke up, but another body's going to speak up. You really can't. Sometimes blame especially nowadays, with everything in the name calling and Children youngster with megaphones. Ha learning it the hard kind of keep it cool anyway, But well, and, you know, take there is a huge faction of people trying to keep you fired up there trying to keep your blood pressure boiling because that way you pay attention to their content. You like watching the mate of the news when it comes on for If it's not a cat in a tree, it's Rick someplace looking. Not trying to be controversial here. Don't know if you actually covered another in the show. But This is words come out of a cofounder and according to their own website, um black lives Marxist is probably sail the cold so that they're proud of it Videos for anyone. How they get information to find out what they think. But I think there's enough people in all community races, genders that will hopefully, level off. Start thinking ahead. And you know, there's one thing more even worse than all the rest of you Look at the financials. And I always freak out about that. But it's like now they're all profit is fact that Austria's got 100 year bond and so much Many people make corporations, countries solvers. We're buying that can't offer enough of it. You know how much I get paid interest for 100 year bond? No. How much? I think you'd be a lot would I don't know It's you know, because things go up and go down. I'm that's beyond me that but that's why I have trade and financial 1% believer and I'll pull your head out well 1% over 100 years in bad. Yeah, Jake. Thanks a lot for the call on his radio. 1000 Katie. Okay. Larry in Oklahoma City High Larry Hey, Larry. Larry All right, Larry, I'm gonna ask you to turn your radio down. I might put you back on hold and we'll come back to you. Ah, it's very simple. No. All right, then moving on to Patty on the radio. 1000 Katie. Okay, thank you for hanging on. Thank you, Mr Matthews for taking my calls. I was so glad you were covering the Second Amendment, but I'm going to diverge for a moment. If I may. I'm concerned about the desecration of our downtown streets with the black lies. I call it black lives matter because they are a terrorist organization and many of its Statistics that they give about death by police of black citizens are totally false and inaccurate. But what they're doing to our downtown streets worries me, especially across from the police department, and they had to have a permit for that on the head of public works. Eric Wynn Ger W E N G E R was the person who had to sign off on that and also their painting a mural near the Police Department. You know, Oklahoma City took decades to become a major city with a downtown that's no longer a goat town. We have a beautiful city and To see it desecrated and to see the police treated and such respect from matter just makes me so very sad. And, you know, making nice, who is on the City Council. He called for volunteers. And she's sponsored this mural and, Ah lot of the street desecration. Um And I do think that it really does not suit our our city. We have beautiful restaurants. We have fabulous buildings..

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"city police department" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"city police department" Discussed on KGO 810

"We have a lot to talk about tonight so I want to know what we're doing and that way you can plan your evening according the last hour of this program because of Patterson's discussion about Chris just a discussion on that as well I want to talk about the role of history I'm gonna focus on historical events including Robert E. Lee and you're gonna hear club of white Eisenhower talking about Robert E. Lee was an appropriate inappropriate Donald Trump today talking about Abraham Lincoln appropriate inappropriate and we'll talk about the fact that a statue rather a painting of a one of the most vicious founders of the KKK is gonna still hang in its hallowed place in the state capital will talk about all of that more in the second hour of the program we'll talk about the coronavirus others a lot that has happened today and we have to get into it and talk about it because it's growing but in this hour all right I want to raise a question I listen to Chris and his commentary in the in the in the last few minutes of the program I don't talk about whether it is appropriate for police to have contact with the public schools you know for years there's been a movement to remove police officers from the nation's public schools the argument is that they pose a great risk to students of color did you hear me the fate it was a great rest of the students of color and frankly a greater Reston intruders they're supposed to guard against it's an odd conclusion but I want to know what you think about that the wake of George Ford staff a shift that seemed impossible only a few weeks ago is now under way several major school systems have cancelled their contracts with police you know schools contract with police for protection of for involvement in a variety of ways and now across the country more and more there is a mounting effort for other districts to the same within eight days of Floyd's tragic murder in Minneapolis as the city convulsed with massive demonstrations school board members in Minneapolis voted unanimously to M. the district's contract with the city police department and by the way I know I have listeners up in Oregon I was intrigued to find out the superintendent of schools in Portland followed suit two days later M. this week more dominoes fell the Denver school board voted unanimously Thursday night last night the phase out police in the schools on Wednesday in Seattle the school board voted to suspend its contract with police for a year just three year and in Oakland in Oakland California this week after police there used tear gas to disperse teams pro testing for police free schools the school board passed a resolution I would know about this fight if I weren't reading is the George Floyd resolution to eliminate the Oakland schools police department nearby in west Contra Costa county the unified school district for unanimously then the contract with police and several other districts are considering similar moves but it was a lot of pressure to take action students in Phoenix have started a petition to remove police from their campus young people in New York Chicago have taken to the streets to demand police free schools the Chicago teachers union backs their effort all right I have to tell you this is a remarkable full force for Sanford for you your United States schools for San Francisco schools proconsuls which is spent much of the past two decades beefing up security in you know why in response to the scorch of school shootings no interest in our civil rights activists have fought for years to get police out of schools but that didn't make much progress the votes are ye are yet another sign of the wide spread impact of Floyd's murder and the resulting protests which which have pushed cities two overall police departments and inspired activists to topple monuments we'll deal with toppling monuments in the last hour but I want to ask you because I I had a different impression when I was in school the police were invited on the campus prickly in elementary and middle school we were introduced to them you'll have the mounted patrol it come by on their horses in fact it my kids up middle school elementary school for the Mayfair I think as recently as a year or two ago up the mounted police came and they have been a little stickers that say junior deputy and the kids were able to at the horse and all the rest there was an an image created a friendliness when I was in school I mentioned this the other night I was a traffic boy and we had a police officer assigned to us Charlie Mechem called I always remember him he was the nicest guy who subsequently had a stroke but you don't many of us kept in touch with him for years no whether or not you think police should essentially be exiled from the schools I remember police were introduced to schools in the nineteen fifties to combat crime on school grounds after Columbine in Colorado were fifteen were killed you remember at that time the deadliest mass around school grounds more and more money was poured in the justice department poured millions into funding police officers on campus why to guard against outside threats and respond to growing fears about rising crime among youth look I see the pluses and the minuses and so I'm really posing a question to you if your parent do you feel safer of the police are on campus not with guns but to let the kids know who they are I asked the question because proponents see police is essentially keeping students safe responding to the event of a.

"city police department" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"city police department" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Look at what's happening from the fox news rundown good morning it's Friday June twelfth and this is the fox news rundown I'm rob Dawson it's a busy day so let's get started we continue to follow the state of policing in this country and the effective protests are having on our cities following the death of George Floyd in police custody in Seattle protesters have control over a six block area around a police precinct but police want to take that area back the area of downtown Seattle the protesters have named the Capitol Hill autonomous owner Chaz he's six blocks of nirvana Park Street festival part commune including music poetry free food free speech and free of cops but outside the jazz cops are still working and they're getting complaints about protesters inside his own frisking residents and forcing business owners to pay protection money to armed guards in other words the new local law has apparently morphine lord of the flies type enforcement with one social media post showing someone accused of wrongdoing being surrounded by a crowd and interrogated with one interrogator brandishing a baseball bat fox T. breaking news correspondent Tracy Gallagher Seattle police chief Carmen best says this isn't the strategy she wanted leaving the precinct was not my decision you fight for days to protect it I ask you to stand on that line J. in and day out how to with projectiles to be screamed at threatened and in some cases hurt them to have a change of course nearly two weeks in it seems like an insult to you and our community best speaking in a you tube statement to her officers were also following anger in Minneapolis the sight of George Floyd's death this morning the city council is going to meet to discuss police oversight they have vowed to dismantle the city's police department but they say no formal votes or decisions on the funding are expected later tonight they're scheduled to be a solidarity rally calling for the ouster of police union chief Bob Kroll president trump is in New Jersey spending time at trump national Bedminster and he has no public events scheduled he's fresh off a trip to Dallas yesterday where he discussed anti police sentiment and other topics with faith in local leaders the president says calling cops racists won't add to the search for solutions will make no progress and he'll know wounds by falsely labeling tens of millions of decent Americans as racists or bigots his plan is to announce initiatives to try and heal those wounds some will be economic others will center around health care the president says he will also introduce an executive order that will encourage police department station wanted to meet the most current professional standards for the use of force the president said he'd like to see that done with compassion but.

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"city police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

12:02 min | 1 year ago

"city police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Mike tonight Mike Lewis taking a well deserved day off filling in is none other than I came to a friend of the show part of the show Stacey Jo was upstate I think soul of the show this year her spirit animal that state federation not I'm willing I'm willing to hear it out I'm willing to at least walk in that direction until we find out otherwise how you doing stays I'm doing good Aaron I'm on my second lacroix it's it's weird broadcasting from home yeah but yeah here I am now you've been doing that the Cairo studio you've been doing that for your show on seven ten the time taken Stacy show every day on seven ten ESPN from noon to three you guys have been broadcasting from home for for months now is there what what have been the changes to your daily routine outside of you know really leaning into that sweat pants right right yeah I was gonna say I don't I don't put jeans on I don't remember what they feel like I I if that right here I guess I don't know her I don't know G. and I didn't go to Starbucks for the longest time yeah I am I'm probably not the only person I know there's listeners out there who were like I guess I can make coffee at home and the yeah it's it's so weird though February the last time I was in the office feels like it was our years ago wow has it been that long you know we might blend in in March but we started the transition yeah and that kind of early March to test it and see like are we gonna have to do that it is normally how about that really weird one of the things you like to do here on the show is have have a discussion have a have a talk you know we were a little more loosey goosey here at night as far as the as as far as the show's co you know it's a little it's real tight in the morning news story new story new story but here Karen I tower for the opportunity to sort of relax a little bit you know take the blazer off and and roll up the sleeves and just kind of have a a longer conversation about a topic and tonight I I want to talk about de funding the police you're hearing that everywhere it's something that that folks are calling for and I think we we need to do a few things here stays if you're down for it we need to talk about we need to talk about what that means we need to talk about what action is being taken in that direction around the country because there is action being taken in that direction and and and and what it doesn't mean I think is is really important to sell let's start off with with what it means and what's happening in Minneapolis because Minneapolis the members of their city council this weekend it was on Sunday yesterday said that they support basically it the funding or disbanding the city's police department now you hear that and you think no police and that's not that's not what it means it does kind of sound that way and for a long time people have been calling for de funding the police for a long time I've also heard abolishing the police those to me are two very different things I am I am not for abolishing the police department I think that you do need law enforcement in a society that that you just do your need there need to be people to show up in certain cases to keep people safe but what de funding means as far as I understand it is not be complete removal or the guiding of a police department but a real hard look at how much we are spending on police around the country and really figuring out is this the best way we could go about this is this the best way to work both for the community and for the the law enforcement officers that support those communities and according to Lisa Bender she is the the city council president ed over there in Minneapolis she says it's clear that our system of policing is not keeping our community safe our efforts in incremental reform have failed period and that to end policing as we know it and recreate those systems that actually keep us safe that is what they are are committed to doing so it's taking a long hard look at the way we are doing things realizing that this is that that isn't quite working and trying to restructure and do something different with which frankly stays is is a very difficult thing for people to do it is but it's been done before so Minneapolis as you know isn't the first city to to do this Camden New Jersey did it in two thousand twelve talk about eighteen you know I grew up about eight minutes from Camden yeah did you grow up in like Philly proper no no no I grew up in New Jersey right over the river and later going to say that's that's not eight minutes no that well with the Delaware River separates New Jersey in Pennsylvania a lot like you have water separating Seattle from Bellevue and in in Camden's case Philly would be Seattle and Camden will be Bellevue it's it's literally right across that's so crazy the river and I grew up just just a couple minutes further outside of of Camden and it was growing up V. most dangerous city in America for years in a row I think at one point the average income for a family of four was something along the lines of twenty five thousand dollars it was impoverished businesses fled it was it was basically a free for all and like you said they this is something that they try and it was successful for them they I mean they saw a reduction in violent crime they saw and I don't know what metrics they used but a what they felt was increase trust between police officers and the community and they did it this is the thing I was reading a separate article I think it was in the Seattle times that it was a quote from an LA based police union probably like LA county or something but the representative from that union essentially said that de funding the police means a longer wait times for nine one one calls it means fewer responses for serious crimes like rape and murder and and assault and that's not the intention when people do this the intention is to say where are we not successful how do we move this money around so when you talk about you know Seattle police department budget that has like over four hundred million like it maybe you don't need a tank I don't know like let's reconsider you know where we're spending this money it's not a reduction in nine one one operators are very important people Camden New Jersey actually hired more police officers so that they could have people on foot being in the community more often literally being on the streets and it was a police an increased police presence but a police presence that wasn't always in the midst of a violent crime or a high stakes scenario it was you're seeing a police officer on your way to work and it was you're seeing a guy at a bus stop or restore it was very routine regular interactions with police officers to encourage trusts and and a feeling of safety and I think I would imagine on the other side for the delete police department you know your community more and not only that it could be you know in Seattle we have a huge crisis with homelessness we like many other large cities have plenty of people struggling with drug dependency and in those two things are are sometimes related why not have why is it the police's responsibility the job of the police who are already burdened with so much stuff right font to be like mental health counselors right right it's about re allocating not just funds but also responsibility you know I I I don't I don't want to waste police stop police officers time with something like a broken tail light you know or or the the fabled cats in trees as as a writer for the stranger pointed out like that's that's a waste of their of their time they they have better things and more important things to do so what I've seen going around going around social media from from folks who who are in this and and who have been speaking on these platforms for a long time is if you have some sort of an issue let's say there's there's somebody and and they're having at their high on drugs in and out on the street or something what if what if there is a number that you could call that wasn't necessarily nine one one but it connected you to somebody who was a trained counselor in vis types of things were you didn't clamp down which always escalates a situation that you didn't have to use that brute force and put everybody including law enforcement in more potential danger but you you you have people who are you know those funds that used to go toward tanks and and swat gear not that they you know I thank I assume they need to walk here for for certain things but but that you have those funds and that energy be able to go towards somebody who or or an organization that is more specialized and can mobilize and respond to things in our let's say let's say there is some sort of a I don't know but someone is is feeling suicidal or something at the house and and you can call a number and have someone there a trained counselor there as fast as you would have law enforcement I don't think that's an impossibility it's V. it sounds crazy because it's very different from the way we do things now but that that doesn't necessarily mean that it's impossible right and it doesn't mean that you can't have police who help keep people safe that is literally the job of a police officer I think part of what disbanding the police department means is is looking at those tactics to right how do we D. escalate verses a mediate Lee escalating and I think that you have this perfect storm of people who are are qualified and specially trained to defend people and use of weapons and use of like combat tactics that are then sent in to deal with someone who's like hi or someone who is mentally unwell or in a break down and it would you want specialized in doing something it's not that they don't receive that training but how much more effective could it be with help from other resources for that department as opposed to just immediately turning to physical force right I'll let that talking about here in Seattle they beat the city council is talking about this now they are saying that they want to cut police funding by fifty percent the current budget you you mentioned it earlier Stacey's over four hundred million dollars four hundred and seven for the Seattle police department that is.

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"city police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"city police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Council wants to disband their city's police department Minneapolis city council president Lisa Bender says it has to happen our relationship with the Minneapolis police department and the police thing as we know it to recreate public really may says previous efforts at in criminal police reform have failed but the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer has made this action necessary the mayor of Minneapolis says he's against it police reform legislation that's being promoted by house Democrats to be looked at today fox is Jared Halpern reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats led by the congressional black caucus will introduce legislation intended to provide significant progress on addressing trust between police and the communities they serve and including a number of provisions ending racial profiling ending X. excessive use of force ending qualified immunity any legislation will need the backing of Republicans to win support in the Senate but house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy believes there is room for common ground telling reporters last week he hopes this is a moment in time Congress rises to the occasion Jared Halpern fox news police officers may no longer be welcome in schools in Madison Wisconsin on Sunday Madison's teachers union said school resource officer should be removed because of the racialized trauma they because the union said in the past it wanted officers in schools as a way to protect kids and teachers but now they say the negatives outweigh the positives Madison school board voted as police officer policy Wednesday coronavirus still lingering in Indiana with another four hundred seventeen Hoosiers testing positive for it that's what the I. S. D. H. announced Sunday I'm Alison women's over the weekend the total number of Indiana residents to have the virus rose to thirty seven thousand three.

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"city police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"city police department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Staff you're listening to Bloomberg law with June Grosso from Bloomberg radio this is green courts first change on the second amendment in almost a decade petered out in a six to three ruling the court dropped a clash over New York City handgun transportation restrictions saying the city had made the issues in the case moot by changing the law to give residents more freedom to travel with their weapons here's justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the oral arguments as city there shall not enforce the regulations so what's left of this case the criticism that and all the relief that they thought they can carry on to a second home they can carry it to a fire as to the practice range out of state joining me is noted second amendment scholar Adam Winkler a professor at UCLA law school so Adam basically the court took the available exit ramp out of the case was that surprising to any extent well worker probably been good this was the first big second amendment case the court had taken in a long time thousand and eight and two thousand and then December how ARE and oversee Chicago it's been a long time the court has waded into the fact the momentum of a lot of open questions including whether bans on assault weapons are allowed whether state they really restrict concealed Kerry won the court took the case everyone bought what they had great anticipation that this was going to be a major ruling that would really reshaped second amendment jurisprudence so we can have that ultimately Peter out on an issue there is no surprise why did the three most conservative justices Samuel Alito Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch still want to hear the case well we're not that the underlying challengers didn't receive everything that they really wanted that the new rules put in place by the city remain ambiguous about what they allow and what they don't allow and they thought that the case should go forward clearly though part of their motivation and what really comes through in justice a leader of the counting opinion is the idea that the Courtney the staff and in their view just stop the lower court from owning the Heller Kay and just with the leaders yeah that that the lower court handled the Heller case have been complied the rules and basically held to many gun laws and other legal one the court step back and he was joined by justice Gorsuch when he was joined in part by justice Thomas and the governor who didn't join justice Alito's opinion in his own concurring opinion just the cap on Oct much of the same that we need to take an economic case because the lower court have been metal buying outlook it still wasn't surprising then that Kavanagh who may have been the fourth vote to take the case didn't align himself with the conservatives here well everyone was looking to see what Brett Kavanaugh would do this is Brett Kavanaugh's first second amendment K. since joining the Supreme Court of the lower court judges on the DC circuit court of appeals ruled in a case called Heller who appropriately he had dissented in a case that upheld a ban on military style assault rifles and certain kinds of registration requirements and in their opinion he said that he thought that the courts were applying the wrong standard what virtually all the circuits have now started applying economic it is a two part standard that out whether the underlying activity is regulated and subject to economic protection and then if so whether the government has officially strong enough reasons to burden that right but just the Cavanaugh has voiced his opinion about the wrong way to think about the issues that we should only look at history and tradition for answers on what is allowed by the second amendment do any of the other justices on the court have that same approach well we might expect that justice Gorsuch might take a similar approach we might expect that justice Thomas would take a similar approach we're not quite sure about your legal and one of the interesting things that that justice Thomas did not join the one portion of justice leaders defending opinion and it was of course for just the believe talked about the government interest in public safety and talk about things in the framework of a kind of Alan thing of government interest against individual right here like maybe just a comment they don't have anything to do with any discussion of standards of review it all and talk about what history and tradition and what laws we had in seventeen ninety one tell us what laws we can have today if the court had actually taken up the case and decided on the merits do you think that they would have thrown the law out court watchers were pretty certain that new York's rules we're headed for disaster in the Supreme Court which is I think why gun safety advocates work with the city of New York police department and then ultimately with the state legislature in New York to get this rule overturned and then a state law passed by the the New York City police department could not reinstate the rule live a mention of the Supreme Court hasn't taken a gun case in over ten years on a major second amendment issue everyone expected this to be a potential landmark New York laws were the most restrictive in the nation not the kind of laws you wanna stand up or a landmark ruling at the Supreme Court in yet the law passed muster at the District Court and the second circuit upright the larger crowd monster in the lower court we've seen in most lower court cases that gun control laws have done pretty well and this is part of the source of a claim that justice Alito make an opinion and just the promises made previously that they believe the feminist being treated like second class right from court not quite right I think what we see is that in general courts have always been deferential when it comes to gun control laws in part because courts don't want to be second guessing these vital measures that are necessary for public safety but I think the Supreme Court seems to have at least a forgot who are itching to step into the fray and maybe do just that justice Alito at one point said that we can allow people to be basically messing with our docket is that what New York really did here they changed the law so that it wouldn't get reviewed by the Supreme Court while New Yorker change of law and justice Alito claims that in the most negative way of trying to alter the docking of the Supreme Court but it's also the case that we want government to be responsive and that if the government thanks but it's going to lose a constitutional case the case where it's charged with violating constitutional rights do we want that government entity that hold on to that position come ochre by crook even when they know that the law is likely to be struck down by the court or do we want lawmakers to take the initiative and you know what we're going to repeal that law and that we're going to do what we think is right for the people I think that's what the city and state of New York there and that's kind of what we want government to be going when faced with a lot of the things that really are constitutionally questionable let's go back a little into history and tell us about the Heller case what it decided in what it left open for one reason or another New York on it so highly anticipated laws because the court in the Heller case back in two thousand and eight left so many questions unanswered court thank you have a right to have a hand gun in your home for personal protection but left virtually all of the rest of the important second amendment questions such as what kind of guns you can have where can you take your guns what are the limits can be posed some people who are very gun all those questions were left unanswered indeed the court number you unidentified standard of repute to apply in future second amendment I think quite a bit of consternation and confusion in the lower court so I think what's really at issue in the new York on Kate was not really so much New York gun laws but what the court would say in this case when they rule in America in a moment argument about the standard of review that should apply and what kind of laws are constitutional commendable and what kinds are not given the composition of the court the tune new trump justice seems likely the back court work articulate a pretty broad and expansive view of the fact that I'm Cavanaugh in his concurring opinion suggested that there were other cases coming along that the court might take up what are some of the cases that the court could take up well after Leo is right that the city and state of New York New Zealand at the docket of the Supreme Court we might note that they didn't do a very effective job because it's a goal stop the Supreme Court ruling on the second amendment it won't be a long lasting victory the Supreme Court of the number of cases where certain petitions have been filed in second amendment cases raising issues from restrictions on military style assault rifles to restrictions on concealed carry you need a fortune teller to tell you which of the case the court is going to take but the court has a number of them backed by very strong legal teams rating second amendment issue and could very well be that this time next year you're working about the major second amendment the Supreme Court issues fundamentally reshaping gun laws in America where is justice Roberts in the spectrum of gun rights the great mystery of the second amendment these days is what will Roberts no one really knows Chief Justice Roberts joined the majority opinion and both the Heller and McDonald case siding with gun right I'm not broader interpretation of the second amendment but didn't write his own opinion has never been spoken on this issue has written his own opinion and and turned in on certain other things like we can just comment on the lido and Gorsuch so we don't really know where chief justice Robert I'm the biggest question for the judge to therefore justices on the court represent the liberal wing of the court would love to see the court take effect mimicking a bank account on Chief Justice Roberts to vote to uphold the gun control law as for a record the represent the more conservative wing of the court that would love to see the court expand victim amendment right and the question criminal justice John Roberts on their side and likely to do that thanks so much for being on Bloomberg law Adam that's Adam Winkler a professor at UCLA law school a note Michael Bloomberg the founder and majority owner of Bloomberg LP the parent company of Bloomberg radio is a donor to groups that support gun control including Everytown for gun safety and that's it for this edition of.

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"city police department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"city police department" Discussed on WTVN

"The city's police department needs to improve when it comes to discrimination and bias this difference in experience from discrimination the use of force threatens the legitimacy of our public safety work and the safety of our families and first responders get their commenting on a new report that lays out about a hundred forty recommendations for improving the department for C. P. is succeeding according to that report the use of community liaison officers training and policy development second teenager involved in a fatal wrong way crash has died the state highway patrol confirmed yesterday seventy year old Vladislav get die was removed from life support yesterday grant hospital good I was a passenger in a vehicle driven by seventeen year old Joshua five when they were hit head on by wrong way driver on US twenty three Circleville last weekend life was killed the accident the wrong way driver died at the hospital nearly twenty people facing federal drug charges of drug overdose deaths in the states remain high federal state and local police arrested seventeen people in Ohio this week on drug trafficking related charges prosecutors say the group was shipping heroin fence at all and cocaine from California in order to sell in Ohio their arrests come just as a new study by term life to go shows Ohio has the second highest a drug overdose death rates in the United States just behind West Virginia in Franklin County alone there was one thousand one hundred and two deaths between twenty fifteen and twenty seventeen I'm Allison Wyatt reporting kids probably won't be singing this at the bus stop this morning all back to school back to school to prove told dad that I'm not a fool I got my lunch packed up my voice tight tight I hope I don't get in a fight it's the first day for the Columbus city school district this school year the largest district in Ohio serves over fifty thousand students several buildings have received critical H. FAQ upgrades and thirty one school resource officers have been added across the district radio six ten WTVN sports football bar guys willing to practice this afternoon they're prepping for the opener in nine days and defensively are playing with some attitude all of more on that in sports at five fifteen it is with the top law schools are ran hand blows a save only two runs in the bottom the tenth Mets rally past the tried for three Reds winner for two over San Diego clippers wind five to over local soccer the crew won the loser in New York and NFL preseason tonight bangles hosting the giants from the central.

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"city police department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"city police department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Degrees now at newsradio w._f._l. the medical examiner is working to determine the cause of death of a man whose body was found in a canal in polk county today apparently in the jaws of twelve foot alligator the nine one one call came in this morning after an employee on the mosaic property spotted the remains description of the body Nine. w._c. arrived on the gator was killed an autopsy is being performed on the man's remains an inaccuracy on the alligator until those tests are complete officials say they can't know for sure if the gator was involved in the man's death salt lake city police say they have a person of interest in the case of missing university of utah student mackenzie luek police served a search warrant and removed evidence from a home near where the twenty-three-year-old was last seen but police chief mike brown says right now they need to find two items that neighbors told officers had been removed from the home but a mattress and box spring that were given away we ask those who took those mattresses are box brings to please contact solid city police department police say the homeowner is considered a person of interest but no arrest has been made at this time it's not clear what connection luke may have had to the home or the owner she went missing june seventeenth after a lift driver dropped her off at a park in north salt lake in the middle of the night driver told police lewis got into another vehicle driven by an unknown person the u._s. supreme court issued two highly anticipated rulings today but the justices largely avoided weighing in on the controversial issues the supreme court ruled thursday to send two cases with twenty twenty implications back to lower courts the high court ruling five to four that the trump administration's request to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents must be decided by a lower court opponents to the census question worried if put on the document numbers of those living in the united states would be skewed census forms are set to be printed in the coming weeks the court also sending to partisan gerrymandering cases back to the state level in five four rulings north carolina republicans in maryland democrats were accused of drawing district lines for political gain the court will return in the morning to issue orders the last day before the summer recess at the supreme court david spun fox news florida's no texting while driving law goes into effect next week a first offense will carry a thirty dollar fine a second violation will cost sixty bucks the new law also makes it illegal.

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"city police department" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"city police department" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Union city's police department is warning its officers about specific threats from MS thirteen gang members or anyone who's covered MS thirteen. You know, it's all about street credibility or street crat away of rising in the ranks by targeting the gains, worst enemies or biggest threats in this case. It's New York City police officers who live on Long Island, and why PD has now issued an officer safety alert an internal bulletin saying that MS thirteen gang members are planning on carrying out attacks on off duty police officers near their homes. In fact, the truly frightening part for officers in their families is that the alert reportedly states that gang members are conducting reconnaissance of police officers private homes. A former FBI agent told CBS to New York, quote, they are going above and beyond what any other gang. Does. Fox's trace Gallagher of the National Transportation Safety board, sending a crew to Delray Beach, Florida look at tesla automobile that crashed with a truck on Friday killing its driver. Lester Gators will try. To determine if the autonomous vehicle control system and the automatic braking system were turned on at the time. Assuming a ratification vote later today passes the Oakland school strike is about to end the Oakland Education Association, which represents about three thousand teachers says they've reached an agreement that calls for an eleven percent salary increase along with a one time bonus. It also guarantees reduced class sizes and more students support staff. The teachers are expected to ratify the agreement Saturday the city's Eighty-six schools remained open during the strike staffed by substitute teachers and administrators about thirty six thousand students attend the affected schools. Rich Denison, Fox News. Lately. It seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..

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"city police department" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

10:02 min | 3 years ago

"city police department" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"And I think we do we have a safe community. Don't we chief? Yeah. We have we try to maintain a safe community. We're out there. All the time. We're answering calls we try to stay busy and this group right here. Tries to find ways to make us better every day. And that's that's what it's all about make us safer. Make us better able to raise your kids where they can go out and play and have a big time. And not worry about. Problems that are in the world. So you you've been with us over the past few months. Introducing new officers to our listening audience and today, you brought your command staff to kind of introduce them to our listening audience and the folks in the community. So we're going to have each of your command staff step up here to the microphone and tell us about themselves. Captain Patterson is closest I'm going to bring him up to tell us about your you're experienced law enforcement. How you came to work at the Manchester City police department, and what it is that you do for us. I started in law enforcement in nineteen ninety nine father was law enforcement officer for thirty nine years for the CD of mcminnville. Warren county sheriff's department others big shoes to fill my I'm always had ambition to maybe the state or federal agent, but I got married and had a child and decided to. To stay more at the local level. And I started my career at Warren county sheriff's department, and then moved to the Manchester police department in two thousand five and I've been here for thirteen years. And what do you do specifically for Manchester City police department started as a patrol officer in two thousand five two thousand twelve I got promoted to the overall the training as the training sergeant? And then in two thousand seventeen two thousand seventeen I got promoted to administrative captain or have various roles from train into everything doing with the post commission, which is the peace officer training for our certification and to keep us in compliance. Along with the Tennessee highway safety office liaison for the department. Where were you? Manager grant that we receive every year, and we stay active in traffic enforcement. And also currently involved in this eight campaign, which is built for everyone. We try to increase the usage throughout the state of Tennessee. Very good, captain Patterson's, great to know more about you, create your service. Thank you. Major Bill Sipe is is next in line. Tell us about your law enforcement background, and how you came to be with us at the Manchester City police department. Yes, I started back with Manchester blues Barbara in one thousand nine hundred eighty two started actually as a part time officer, full-time and and. Then I was promoted through the ranks up to captain shift captain and eventually into investigations where served his wife is investigator and then under command. Yes, that I go back to patrol and promoted me to a major. And so I sorta hit up the support vision for our department. Very good. So what's your favorite part of the year? There are things that you folks do annually every year in our community. What's your favorite part of your job throughout the year? Well, I think just simply being there for people that are in need. I don't think that's one of the biggest things that we do. And as we were talking earlier about the alpha and omega type can off air. We well, there is a stereotype, I think that's emphasis believe that police officers are all alpha male types. And we were we were talking about that before before we started. Right. But I think. Most of the time officers are sort of the the omega type. This is chief alluded to earlier we can't flip the switch and be there. Whatever needs. We're required in the preferably. We want to enjoy everyone around us. We want everyone around us to enjoy us. And we want to do our job best serve our communities. Kind staff chief. Kind. I'm gonna switch you out with the with our chief investigator. Jackie mtheny who who sometimes comes in here to give me the stern luck. Yes, ma'am. I started my career nineteen ninety eight. With Warren county sheriff's department. I started from the bottom I was jailer there. I went to patrol there. And then I went into investigations worked there for teen years under my father, which was a sheriff there. He recently retired. He didn't run for reelection. He was sheriff therapy about twenty four years. I'll serve ten years there. I come to Manchester. Police department. I was patrol start out on patrol went to investigations. And now the chief investigator here and been here ten years last year. So I've got about twenty years in law enforcement. So when you were going to go into law enforcement, but is your dad say we'll see like yes or saying? He was skeptical skeptical of it, I he didn't really he he would like to see me do something else. But I think that as time went on. I think he's proud of what I've accomplished. So when you were going to leave working for him. Was that that good that was bad? I know you gotta stay here. Now. I think he was happy for me. The money was a little better come into a CD department. The the benefits set at the county or a little rough at times in the insurance is really high, and I started a family. So it was better for me to make that move. So I think he was happy for me. He's got your back. Good. Thanks for telling us more by yourself. We appreciate that assistant chief Adam Floyd. How are you, sir? Good on the closer. You know, I'm going to go back to the chief here. He's going to give us some more skinny, okay? Yeah. I need to know. All these trivia things about him. Gotcha. So tell me about yourself. Jackie and Chris, I'm the son of a law enforcement officer. My father's a retired director of the Howie patrol CAD trial. So I grew up around law enforcement as oil. I've got three boys that are all was proud that they grew up in this community started Manchester in nineteen Ninety-one as a part time and reserve officer and us come on full-time ninety eight. So I've been it for twenty years also worked myself up through the ranks patrol. And two thousand twelve was promoted to assistant chief, and that's where I'm at now. So this really could be like an episode of blue bloods. Stay dead law enforcement families. That's kind of fascinating. Yep. What do you? Do you watch cop shows? Yeah. Okay. Which cop shows do you like? I can't wait till they come up with another season. Blue bloods, my absolute favorite chief. So folks may not know us now not that one. I don't like that one. I don't watch that one. No, no. That's okay. That's blue bloods with Tom Selleck and his moustache stars as well. Supporting role. So for folks may have never met you. Well, who who is chief market, author the Manchester City police department grew up in Manchester went to Westwood school went to the hospital here and. I'm mark. These fellas never really thought about them. Police officer moved to cookeville for a little while and working in a factory and was laid off and needed a job in the police department at that time, we're playing football so football player in high school and thought about to give it one more try. So I told chief Glenn Walker said. Yup. Can run fast. I can run people down. If I need to be helpful in that way. Don't know a lot about the law or police work or guns. As a matter of fact, I'd kind of like to play in that is called the pig go I'd like to play one more time football and Glenn Walker took me in and time out to be a police officer that was in nineteen eighty two. So I'm not really smart like these guys are nothing like that. But just been around a long time, and and through sports and things like that understand how to put teams together and bring out the best in people may be encouraged people somewhat. And boom here. I am. I can you believe that had no idea. You just wanted to play football and somehow became a police officer. Well, then we plus start playing the basketball of it too. So I was kind of intrigued the dad referring to the mayor's kept with the annual for charity basketball game. But we do that again this year. Not heard. But surely we will now right. Well, we'll we'll get with the officer Norris. Maybe he'll know more about that. He does he put that together who puts out the trash talks too much. We might. Oh my gosh. He's so talking about that he is a little trash sake. He is good. He's good. Australia's a great guy. There. It is. So your Manchester City police department, we sure do appreciate all of you in the job to do and making our community safe in a great place to raise her family's. Thank you. Thank you very much. Again, we do love doing our job. We appreciate you very much. Thank you to chief. Mark Yasser assistant chief Adam Floyd chief investigator..

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"city police department" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"city police department" Discussed on What's Good Games

"I mean, I don't I'm not a fan of self stealth sections like that because I just feel so helpless, and it gives you a lot of things Zaidi. But I thought. It was cool to see Sherry in her element. Like that where I feel like she is a strong character. Despite her age, I thought it was it was ending groundbreaking. I liked I liked the extra story it expanded upon in kind of showed more of irons crazy ass. But so that's where you died. Is that what you said? Yeah, because yeah, he found me or whatever. Yeah. Let me see clinch. Yeah. It was it was nerve wracking. Well, I suppose to meet ADA in Clare story. Was that Leon story liens, okay? Because I remember going through all the because obviously, there's trophies and achievements. And I was like looking at all the things that I took off. And I was like, oh, yeah. I never saw ADA supposed to meet her because there was one gun than I never picked up. And I was like how the hell that I missed that gun. I went through every fucking react station. You definitely can't get everything on your first run. So speaking of that a lot of questions on this about the ABC Arias in this game. So they're no longer called AB scenarios. You have your two main campaigns. You have liens campaign clearest campaign, and then after completing one main campaign, so in my case, I completed Leon's and then immediately after I unlocked Clair's second run, which takes place of the scenario beat and then after finishing her second run, I immediately unlocked Leon's, second run. It's so that's that's how it works in for the most part, you know. The second run is supposed to provide. It's kind of like, whoa. Saying earlier ABC's SIMS opping somewhere. If you play Leon's main campaign, you run into clear throughout your travel throughout your playtime. The second run, I don't know why they called it that honestly doesn't make any sense. But that's what they called it. So whatever shows Clair's perspective of those events. So let's say the on the other one of Lia bright. So right. So this is like the thing this is where it gets kind of Kuku bananas. So if you play as Leon, and you're in the record city police department, you'll eventually run into Clare outside of the police department, and you'll talk to her you'll have a conversation if you play as Claire Secker run what you see is clear coming to the police station in seen Leon and having that conversation through her is because they both have their distinct interactions with specific characters. And so it tells those separate stories now the thing to remember is that you'll do some of the same puzzles as. Clarin Leon if you're gonna main campaign in in a second run, you're gonna do some the same puzzles, but things will play out a little differently. So for example, I did a Leon's main campaign. I ran to eight did that whole thing. And then during Claire second run is when I interrupted only with Sherry, and I experienced that story you're going to have all the same story beats, but you're going to do puzzles a little differently the solution skit changed up. So for example, one of the puzzles you have to collect three medallions. And there's a solution. You have to know in order to collect those medallions solution for Leon's main campaign in the solution for the second run campaigns are completely different. So you can't just Bank on what you remembered in the first ones to help with the second one that makes sense. Got it. It's annoying. I figured I didn't find any of the puzzles to be no like particularly mind boggling, the only ones I had problems with where the ones that. I had to like balanced like the chemical fluid in that one puzzle. Where you had it took me forever. Let it on a think about it. I just wanted to push buttons. And see if it would work and actually had to think about it. Yeah. I know exactly. Which one you're talking about the the thing that I wrote down was like the portable safe. Oh with the way that the lights light up. I had to like write down like the way that it worked because I was like I can't remember all of this too many things. Yes. But yeah..

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"city police department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"city police department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Murray city police department says to nineteen year old gang members have been booked on suspicion of attempted murder and other charges in connection to Sunday's shooting outside the fashion mall place. They've been identified as his sous. Jay Mendoza as well as C Gonzales detective Kenny Baz says the shooting occurred after rival gang members crossed paths. One shooting victim of women has been released from a hospital. A man remains in critical condition, and that both were affiliated with the gangs. Other suspects are being sought Jeff monosso, Fox News he'll reopen casinos and sports betting paying off for annex city. New Jersey last year. Atlantic city's casino revenue was in the black and up seven and a half percent over two point eight billion dollars. According to state regulators. However, the news wasn't good for most of the casinos that existed before the hard rock and ocean resort opened their doors last June. Of Atlantic City seven casinos that operated before the two new additions only the golden nugget showed a revenue increase for the year and was up thirteen point seven percent to close to three hundred and twenty eight million bucks. Overall after a tough gopher Atlantic City. That's all five casino shudder between two thousand fourteen in two thousand sixteen. The resort town has been doing fairly well in the slimmed-down market, courtesy of sports betting an internet gambling. Hillary barsky, Fox News who accused beast R Kelly of sexual abuse says he wrote a letter threatening to reveal details of her sexual history. She didn't drop a lawsuit against him, faith Rogers and her attorney Gloria Allred reveal details of the letter today, the news conference the letter reads in part that she should stop. If she really cares about her own reputation. Are Kelly's lawyer says the letter looks fake Kelly denies any misconduct. I'm Lisa lacerra. And this is Fox News..

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"city police department" Discussed on X96

X96

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"city police department" Discussed on X96

"That taco sauce was not included with his order a gunman opened fire earlier today or yesterday at a Taco Bell in Oklahoma shooting up. The restaurants drive through window. Police said according to cops the customer picked up his order at about one twenty five in the morning at the drive through window and Oklahoma City. But the man soon returned yelling that employees did not include taco sauce packets with his order the details of the order unknown, by the way, the patron described as a man wearing a green voting apparently was so distressed by the taco sauce error. He pulled out a gun and opened fire hitting the exterior of the Taco Bell had no other recourse when the shots rang out workers locked themselves inside of a bathroom while huddled together. The employee's realized that the gunman had entered the restaurant, and was clamoring around inside the Taco Bell Gary night in Oklahoma City. Police department spokesman told that the gunman fired at least two shots at the Taco Bell. Nobody was injured in the shooting and cops are still searching for the suspect in the green hoodie Boehner. Candidate number two. It is a perfect reason to shoot up the place guns are a great tool for keeping things from escalating out of control. Coming up in a moment. Boater candidate number three back off pivo narrates owner candidate number three for round one coming up after this big boy, news and opinion window brought to you by moot. Cheeses for you know, Mucci first authentic Philly cheese steaks and handmade meatballs. But did you know, they also offer catering and delivery Mucci downtown midvale? And and Lee high later tonight, we'll have an update from the war torn Gaza Strip where Betty McPhee will tell us all about tripper the counting dog, and we'll meet a man who makes art out of garbage and a few moments, though, a lighter sides in tonight's news. But first a fluffy marshmallow shaped like a bunny was found today. I'm getting more breaking news. What a news day. This is turning out to be it seems that a local boy is making good as we speak girl. Bellflower has the story Carl..

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