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05:12 min | 1 year ago

"columbus division police" Discussed on WTVN

"And you know, the police are openly saying we don't feel like we have the ability to effectively perform our job, but times were not given proper direction. On and we need that and I think people realise that real quick in an officers want to be able to go out and do their job, but they just don't feel that they have the support to effectively do it, and that's causing problems. And it's causing trickle down effect with the crime and we see that in other places, and we don't want to let Columbus, Ohio turn into those other places. Very It's a better community than that. And they deserve better than that. And the officers want to be there for them. We just need their support. I know a lot of people are very vocal During the political season. You know whether it's social media yard signs. I mean, pick it. You say the community at large seems to be kind of in your corner. Do you get any sense that any representatives of the community have sent letters or indicated to city leaders at all? They're like You guys are missing the boat. We want cops out. You're doing what they do. I think there's been a lot of that. I'm sure I don't know for sure, because obviously it'll come to me come to the city. But from what I'm told, we have several business people that I'm aware of in the community leadership within the community that he's upset about what's going on, and I'm sure they have. Both sides have the other side of the coin where people have fallen in supporting him. So I think absolutely. You're getting that okay? And so to come full circle, you're agreeable and going to be back, helping out over on Ohio State as a result of this homicide over the weekend. Well, that's not the decision the cover, please. That's the Columbus Division, Police and the mayor. And what? That I could just speak for the officers and our characters. Professionals. You know, if we're asked to go over there and do a job, we will do that. Andi. We will try to leave the politics part out of it and just protect the public like we all signed to do. All right. That sounds like a perfect plan to me, Keith Appreciate the time Key feral president F o p Here on NewsRadio 6 10 w tvn coming up on 6 15 It's Thursday morning, October 15th. If you have a pet love, a pet dress the pet for Halloween. We'd love to see a picture. We're doing our best to make people smile in 20 twenties. Been kind of a bummer year. So we teamed up with the Eastern to give you the chance A to post your puppet your kitty or whatever, pet you dress up. And win $500 from Eastern Town centre. So upload that pic Now you could do it in 6. 10 w tvn dot com Pennsylvania Mail carrier been accused of dumping multiple bags of undelivered mail. Right into the trash worker allegedly left eight garbage bags full of mail for trash pickup outside his home in Baldwin, Pennsylvania. 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"columbus division police" Discussed on WTVN

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07:46 min | 1 year ago

"columbus division police" Discussed on WTVN

"Com Live line We find Keith Farrell Keith is president of the Fraternal Order of Police. I really appreciate your time this morning, Keith. Oh, absolutely Thank you for having me. Sure It's it's interesting. It seems like maybe last couple three months There's been a little back and forth between CPD and University, Ohio State University police. Can you walk me through a little bit? Timeline? How long ago? Was it that the campus police kind of said Hey, why don't you stay in your lane and let us handle what we're doing on campus? So first of all, I'm not exactly sure the campus police. I think it's more administrators at university or people that work there saying that but probably happened somewhere after early part of June somewhere in there after the initial I will call riots that we had in Columbus, Ohio. Okay, so that was that was the thing that was the catalyst is kind of see PDS. Reaction with the riders and the mob in the campus administrators just kind of didn't want that action on campus. Is that it? That's my understanding. At least they basically had come out and said that they didn't want us involved. And you're right. Kind of stay in our lane. You still with me? Yeah. Okay. Okay. That's all right. I just want to make sure we didn't lose you so at this point because of a killing on campus over the weekend. It sounds like they're a little more open to your being involved in the campus area action. You have first, like they are heart goes out to the family and friends of that individual from the Fraternal Order of police. That's a tragedy. You know, we're here to protect and serve the public. Including. Uh, kids come to school here from all over the country. We have a responsibility outside of campus to take care of them and do our best or heart goes out to the entire family. So So Is it the kind of thing where you know late June or whenever it was, they actually kind of stand down a little bit. Is it going to be easy for you to go in and help out or is there still little mending to do Well, I think certainly they have to be some discussion. But I would say for the officers who signed up to do this job that is what we do. We feel an obligation to protect people. We do the best we can when our hands are tied. Because of politics and everything else going on in the world to do just that. So I think simply from my more or who we are as individuals, you know, we'll be more than happy to step in there and do the best we can to protect that community. That's good. I think that's what we kind of expected out of police. Andi, It's interesting to Keith because in the last you know again since about that late June, timeframe There's been a lot of talk in certain circles about defunding the police taking the teeth out of policing, no pepper sprays and those kinds of things In the last few months, one of your officers told you about their interaction with community members. Well, you know, I will tell you. The community, for the most part is extremely supportive. If you go into parts of Columbus that has higher homicide rates where these shootings are out of control. These people are begging for police presence. They know they need us. They want us there to protect them and to stop the violence in their communities. So with the community were getting tremendous support in the community, and we just hope to be able to continue to support them. A CZ longs were able. It seems like you know, Mayor Ginther. Some people in City Council on that. Seem to be out of step with that. Can you explain that? Can you explain why if you're feeling loved from the community, and the community wants you in there doing what you do to protect? Why do you think it is that some of the higher management in the city? Seems that really not want that? I really can't answer that. Be honest, I would love to be able to, you know, I think there's certainly a difference in opinion, You know, just like politics, everything else. There's very different opinions out there. But overall, my belief is that the public needs us and wants us there and wants to support us. And we're just asking to be given the tools and the ability to do ourjob protect the citizens. In the way it's going right now. These officers don't feel they have that ability. They don't feel like they're going to be supported when they have to make extremely difficult, split second decisions. Andi. We're just asking that support and the support up so we can not turn in what we saw in Seattle, where six blocks or whatever it was taken over. For many apples burning down. We have the ability to stop that. We just need to be let able to do our job. Keith Farrell, our guest, president of the Fraternal Order of Police. Keith. You know when when you talk about that? I'm sure that's a hot topic of conversation among officers and and and managers of the police here in Columbus, too, But can you explain that? I mean, we've seen that kind of trend? I mean, here it seems to be manifesting Maurin homicides. I don't have the exact number, but it seems like we're tracking above pace for homicides in Columbus than Ah, Normal year. Is there any explanation for that? I mean, it is drugs. Our eyes are bigger drug trade coming through town Now, is it just You know, the drive by phenomena is kind of manifesting a little more this year. Any sensible why homicide rates are up. Well, I think there's a lot going on. Obviously, we've had Kobe issues that certainly comes into play. But I will tell you, you know people right now feel that they were just like we do that The police hands are tied. Andi. It's creating a little bit of chaos in our community. And you know, the police are openly saying we don't feel like we have the ability to effectively perform our job. Times were not given proper direction. On. We need that and I think people realise that real quick in an officers want to be able to go out and do their job, but they just don't feel that they have the support to effectively do it, and that's causing problems. And it's causing trickle down effect with the crime and we see that in other places, and we don't want to let Columbus, Ohio turn into those other places be very on. It's a better community than that. And they deserve better than that. And the officers want to be there for them. We just need their support. I know a lot of people are very vocal During the political season. You know whether it's social media yard signs. I mean, pick it. You say the community at large seems to be kind of in your corner. Do you get any sense that any representatives of the community have have sent letters or indicated to city leaders at all? They're like you guys are missing the boat. We want cops out here doing what they do. I think there's been a lot of that. I'm sure I don't know for sure, because obviously don't come to me come to the city. But from what I'm told, we have several business people that I'm aware of in the community leadership within the community that he's upset about what's going on, and I'm sure they have. Both sides have the other side of the coin where people have fallen in supporting them. So I think absolutely. You're getting that okay? And so to come full circle, you're agreeable and going to be back, helping out over on Ohio State as a result of this homicide over the weekend. Well, that's not the decision of the patroller, please. That's the Columbus Division, Police and the mayor. And what? That I could just speak for the officers and our characters. Professionals. You know it were asked to go over there and do a job. We will do that. Andi. We will try to leave the politics part out of it and just protect the public like we all signed up to do. Very good Key. Thanks very much for the visit and being available for us this morning, Keith Farrell. He is President of the Fraternal Order of Police Here in Columbus on NewsRadio..

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"columbus division police" Discussed on WTVN

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08:08 min | 1 year ago

"columbus division police" Discussed on WTVN

"Yeah I was expecting to do if while that is interesting that is kind of a cool hip swing in yeah new if it gets right so we at the the beginning of the show we were talking about the what earlier today city attorney Zach Klein and some of the other community leaders announcing this this plan they're going to improve police community relations that's what they're gonna do they're gonna improve them and we know earlier this week mayor Ginther was asking people to submit reports of excessive force by Columbus police and this was civilian reviews a puzzle is what they're going to do he said you know we said from the very beginning our police officers and their safety has been a top priority we need to make sure we're protecting our police officers and that we're giving them resources they need I I don't know there there's been contradiction all through this article but he said that you know the complaints are going to be reviewed by the public safety office faith leaders and the chief before any decisions are made right there there was a full statement from the fraternal order of police and Keith Ferrell is the FOB president he's gonna join us right out of the gate tomorrow at three OO five so I'll love to hear what he is going to say he was yesterday did you see the what he did I mean like it was all over and pick a station you watched it I didn't see it Ole he laid up yesterday so I I imagine he is still feeling very I think after today's announcement I can't wait to hear what he has to say I'll put it that way so protest response in crowd control procedures one of the things appointing special counsel to perform an independent outside investigation and review of the city of Columbus is handling of this past week's events they are beginning to form a case and I believe that they're going to try to oust chief Quinlan unfortunately and that's my own just my own opinion I believe that that's that could be headed in that direction if you'll remember I had I asked chief Quinlan if you know how did he you know feel about some calling for his resignation and he basically just deferred to Hey get out we're given directives we are trying to accomplish certain things and these are the things we're trying to accomplish trying to do it in the best manner possible obviously not trying to trample on people's rights and so on but if you're given a directive if you're told to clear an area you don't clear an area listen by not by standing there with your hands up because I'm seeing some of the things that people are trying to say is peaceful protest if you're standing in an area that the officers are trying to clear just standing there with their hands up and they're saying we need you to move off to the side you can't stand in the middle of a road where you know they are impeding traffic this area is not shut down I'm sure there are you know city ordinances are so along with that stuff and if you ask them to repeatedly move and then standing there not following directives and you're trying to get them to move you can't call that peaceful protest you now are in defiance you're being asked to move out of the way for your own safety we saw what happened on I. thirty five in Minneapolis we saw how the tanker came barreling down the highway the equivalent of seventy in case you're not familiar with I. thirty five you see that tanker come flying through there the last thing that guys thinking is there are going to be thousands of people on the highway thank god for I cannot believe nobody died in that situation just an update on that story they did try to close those freeways down apparently the governor moved up the closure time from seven o'clock to five o'clock they believe that that guy may have gotten onto the freeway before it was closed they also said that he did make some evasive maneuvers to go around some I don't know if it was blockades or whatever I don't know what he's going to get charged with but in full disclosure there was some confusion as to when the streets were officially closed so since we were talking about it the other day I wanted to make sure I brought that up and then just real quick to did you hear that last and maybe this is where you're going they had to stop protesters locally from trying to get on to I think it was seventy or seventy one last night yeah I did not hear that we're gonna try that well thank god they did get them all that you know that did not happen because to stand on a roadway that is open hasn't been closed by the police if they're trying the clear you from that roadway they're trying to save you from yourself yes you bet James win stupid prizes that's not peaceful protesting when you do something in your given a directive the reason the officers are asking you to do that is because you don't want they don't want you to get injured so we need to ask you to move in if they hit you with spray to get you to move you're then going to give up probably if you take a direct hit from that stuff in your face I'm sorry man I am a part of this too is changing the Columbus division police are on using of chemical agents and thereby ending broad use of chemical agents against nonviolent protesters and requiring verbal warnings so I don't I don't know of any officers who would just walk up to a crowd if they're not giving any orders and just search Brian unless of course they're hurling stuff at them or what have you but why would they just walk up to a bunch of peaceful protesters and starts spraying him without any direct I don't know I do I don't know how we're going to keep a satisfactory number of police on the force because when you are micro manage not from your own personal higher ups but but from the city attorney's office or from city hall with you you get to a level of frustration I feel a lot of these officers will where they're just going to be like okay done by see a trial of the term defamed they have their being and in the process of completely being defamed like they're unable to do what they have been hired to do which is to keep law and order well and if you're gonna set up a narcotic comp you know email address where they want to photos and videos you're gonna get a fifteen twenty second clip that's not going to show the whole story and even if you wanted to establish that okay fine put that out but but also give us a if you've got video evidence of people doing terrorist acts of throwing stuff at cops smashing windows so why don't you set up two of those six digits merely go out to the cops it's such a it's one sided so one sided yeah it's not fair I I would I go back to it and I I was dissented mockingly before but it's right now I think there are too afraid to even bring that up because you know right now the mantra we're all hearing is it's about voices being heard I don't understand until your neighborhood burned exactly rights and then it's you explain to me the only thing I can hear when you have a voice the only voice that is when you're throwing things and bricks and frozen water bottles is that you are a criminal that's the only thing says says Hey everybody look at me I'm a punk I'm a criminal traffic and weather together from time star heating and cooling products here's Johnny hill quick update over in Hilliard the northwest lane to started Darby creek road east of leap is being temporarily closed from medical situation or to watch for police there on scene again that Justin was in the last two minutes or so started Darby creek moving north of towards leap road to think about maybe Roberts road as a detour over to Wall cut back up to Sarah Darby accident scene so we worked on Broad Street east McNaughton and looks at Westerville police walking off the stretcher State Street near main street due to a planned protest of there so watch for additional road also watch for.

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08:15 min | 2 years ago

"columbus division police" Discussed on WTVN

"More senseless mass shooting shattering to communities and dozens of innocent lives mourners gathering in Dayton Ohio last night to sing and pray for the nine people killed there while enjoying a night out on the town police say the sister of the twenty four year old gunman was among the dead as he opened fire outside of a bar just after one o'clock on Sunday morning as people panicked and ran for their lives police shot and killed the shooter within thirty seconds meanwhile in el Paso with thirties are considering hate crime charges against the suspected gunman they're accused of the deadly shooting rampage at a Walmart killing twenty people they believe the twenty one year old suspect was driven by hatred for Mexicans and a Florida Walmart was evacuated Sunday after a phone threat to shoot people at that store their bills row county sheriff's spokeswoman Amanda granite not amused threats like this are not funny on any day they are specially not funny today thirty one year old arrested for making the call Dave Packer ABC news with us we are honored to have Tom Quinlan the interim chief of police for the city of Columbus chief Quinlan thank you for coming on six ten WTVN appreciate it I'm I'm happy to speak with you she's Quinlan the westside Justin about brand off chief two high profile shootings yesterday one el Paso Texas and one in Dayton your your thoughts on you you're the chief of police in Columbus I know you fall on your thoughts on how police handled both of those situations yesterday well first of all on behalf of the Columbus community and certainly from this place we sent our report that comes the family all first responder markers are everybody that has come together to to do a tremendous job under difficult circumstances down there and great and I have so basically right now there are all these partnerships all the groups like if mentioned we work together so often and have created partnerships right now what the going is leveraging those partnerships bring everyone together to do the role the server best trained in suited to do and that's where they're working together right now the to make sure every every opportunity is is Matt to bring some some order and some safe feelings in Dayton it's going on joining us he is a Tom Quinlan he's the intern chief of police here in the city of Columbus Columbus division police chief the D. O. Passo suspect was arrested yesterday the Dayton suspect was shot dead how do these two as we move forward from an investigation standpoint because law enforcement could be heavily investigating how does a very moving forward those two situations well clearly when you have one suspect that still alive they'll be intend to prosecute center urgency on regarding crime scene protecting information gathering evidence that will be able to actually use in court where in the situation where the suspect is killed there certainly do the same steps but the same sense of urgency isn't on the on the process as it is on the reunification of of families and and loved ones Sir Tom Quinlan joining us he's the chief of the claims division police chief in el Paso Texas the shooting just recently in the last hour or so it's been classified as a domestic terror mastic terrorism act of violence can you talk a little bit about what why what are the advantages for an investigation and authorities to actually classified as that and it would you classify something as domestic terrorism what what changes in the law enforcement community on that investigative angle how how does that impact that sure why I think it's first important a call from the one it is and beyond for the community what your face and and what you're investigating the other thing is that it broadens the amount of resources that are available it brown which agencies and then people from those agencies what expertise we can bring into the situation on who has jurisdiction to historian to join the investigation the courts which courts you can use and and how you obtain search warrants and preserve adventure get subpoenas this extended families that could occur certainly can can be leveraged with domestic terrorism classification but also it can help then study and maybe what pre tax indicators were were observed or something that you know we may be are used to prevent future attacks by late one and study in it we're talking the chief said Tom Quinlan he's see energy for the Columbus division of police were talking about the two events yesterday between el Paso and and date and the pastor scenarios already been classified as domestic terrorism Dayton hasn't quite gone there Tom they the Dayton situations a little tougher because you have a suspect shot dead then he was shot dead with and supposedly one minute of of firing shots in in an outside area outside of a popular area in Dayton from an investigative standpoint what happens moving forward on what what kinds of authorities are involved at this level and and will what are they going through right now as we're speaking the sink can you anticipate what they're doing sure I am I would also want to be clear that vehicle this place is not directly involved the federal authorities and and taking place are handling that so I'm speaking just in general terms what we have been in touch with state and offered a resource that you need but in the meantime what they're doing certainly is look and act and del Paso there was a online memo found of some type my classified those is an insight into the person's thoughts or motivations possibly as a narrow that down with this individual in Dayton I don't know that they have that information based on social media other reports at the bill we bring in our digital forensics experts and people can find you know any confidential foot print this individual laugh that may be able to give them some indicator as to what he was thinking what motivated him because the other person in el Paso maybe speaking and and they may be getting information to help narrow down what to call it a day in the house of the devil but more of a thoughtful approach on what someone may have been thinking Columbus division please center Miller chief of police Tom Quinlan joining us Thomas we navigate through this the rest of this afternoon what what will you be watching for and give us some pointers on what we should be watching for both in el Paso and in Dayton with regard to what what how these cases move forward what we what are you looking at what do you watch and forward well certainly there they're gone very open investigations of speaking to the press and the public hourly and making sure that people that are understandably very distraught over something curry in the community like this that they're giving them information so they know that they can still go on about their lives and that the police and other first responders are still standing ready to to he'll stop any threat that would you know in danger any community they need to know that yeah I'll be looking for you know when they find information out that might give some indication which way the investigation may go from a mass murder to domestic terror any other type of your people a lot of times wanted tags in his mental illness I I don't want to ever get something that classification until somebody actually qualified to make that distinction 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12:46 min | 2 years ago

"columbus division police" Discussed on WTVN

"To know that you're safe it's important to know how law enforcement reacts when these types of situations occur in we've had multiple situations over the course of the last week let's not forget killed Gilroy California let's not forget el Paso because el Paso about thirteen hours before what happened at Dayton and the update on that by the way Bob is twenty dead in el Paso Texas with dozens injured there the two very the two shootings bash shootings yesterday between Dayton and I'll pass so very pretty dramatically they do and how long unfortunate response to those let's talk about that very very dramatically as well and with this we are honored to have Tom Quinlan the interim chief of police for the city of Columbus chief Quinlan thank you for coming on six ten WTVN appreciate it I'm I'm happy to speak with you cheese Quinlan the westside Justin about brand off chief two high profile shootings yesterday one el Paso Texas and one in Dayton your your thoughts on you you're the chief of police in Columbus I know you fall on your thoughts on how police handled both of those situations yesterday well first off on behalf of the Columbus community and certainly from this place we send our support to their terms the family all first responder markers are everybody that has come together to to do a tremendous job under difficult circumstances down there and great and I have so basically right now there are all these partnerships all the protective mentioned we work together so often and have created partnerships right now what the goal is leveraging those partnerships everyone together to do the role the server best trained in suited to do and that's where they're working together right now the to make sure every every opportunity is is Matt to bring some some order and some safe feelings and they just keep going on joining us he is a Tom Quinlan he's the intern chief of police here in the city of Columbus Columbus division police chief the the Paso suspect was arrested yesterday the Dayton suspect was shot dead how do these two as we move forward from an investigation standpoint because law enforcement could be heavily investigating how does a very moving forward those two situations well clearly when you have one suspect that still alive they'll be intend to prosecute and others a greater sense of urgency on preserving crime scene protecting information gathering evidence that will be able to actually be used in court where and this is fresh for a suspect is killed they are certainly do the same steps but the same sense of urgency isn't on the on the process as it is on the reification of of families and and loved ones Sir Tom Quinlan joining us he's the chief of the claims division police chief in el Paso Texas the shooting just recently in the last hours as been classified as a domestic terror mastic terrorism act of violence can you talk a little bit about what why what are the advantages for an investigation and authorities to actually classified as that and it would you classify something as domestic terrorism what are what changes in the law enforcement community on that investigative angle how how does that impact that sure why I think it's first important a call from the one it is and beyond for the community what your face and and what you're investigating the other thing is that it broadens the amount of resources that are available it brought in which agencies and then people from those agencies what expertise we can bring into the situation who has jurisdiction to this story that to join the investigation the courts which courts you can use and and how you obtain search warrants and preserve adventure get subpoenas this extended families that could occur certainly can can be leveraged with domestic terrorism classification but also it can help in study and maybe what pre attacked indicators were were observed or something that you know we may be are used to prevent future attacks by late one and study in it we're talking to chi said Tom Quinlan he's the energy for the Columbus division of police were talking about the two events yesterday between el Paso and and date and the pastor scenarios already been classified as domestic terrorism Dayton hasn't quite gone there Tom they the Dayton situations a little tougher because you have a suspect shot dead and he was shot dead with and supposedly one minute of of firing shots in in an outside area outside of a popular area in Dayton from an investigative standpoint what happens moving forward on what what kinds of authorities are involved at this level and and will what are they going through right now as we're speaking the sink can you anticipate what they're doing sure I am I would also want to be clear that vehicle this place is not directly involved federal authorities and and date and place are handling that so I'm speaking just in general terms but we have been in touch with date and offered a resource they need but in the meantime what they're doing certainly is look and add in el Paso there was a online memo found of some type my classified those give some insight into the person's thoughts or motivations possibly as a narrow that down with this individual in Dayton I don't know that they have that information based on social media other reports that the bill we bring in digital forensics experts and people can find you know any confidential foot print this individual laugh that may be able to give them some indicator as to what he was thinking what motivated him because the other person in el Paso maybe speaking and and they may be getting information to help down what to call it four days in the house after that goal but more of a thoughtful approach on what someone may have been thinking Columbus division please center and the chief of police Tom Quinlan joining us Thomas we navigate through this the rest of this afternoon what what will you be watching for and give us some pointers on what we should be watching for both in el Paso and in Dayton with regard to what what how these cases move forward what we what are you looking at what do you watch and forward well certainly there they're gone very open investigations to contain the press and the public hourly and making sure that people that are understandably very distraught over something curry in the community like this that they're giving them information so they know that they can still go on about their lives and that the police and other first responders are still standing ready to to he'll stop any threat that would you know in danger any community they need to know that yeah I'll be looking for you know when they find information out that might give some indication which way the investigation may go from a mass murder to domestic terror any other type of your people a lot of times when I had to use mental illness I I don't want to ever get something that classification until somebody actually qualified to make that distinction can weigh in on that Quinlan Tom Quinlan from Columbus division please joining us last night and day in the shooter was wearing body armor chief you've been you've been a cop for a long time and known you a long time I've known you back in the days when you're on the streets have you ever did you ever think you'd be in a position as a chief of police having to deal with the police force on the streets today in defending your force in defending citizens in the community against body armor well unfortunately we have we've we've been training for scenarios like this for years and we always keep in mind that yeah one we trained center mass to stop a threat that if it doesn't stop quickly you may have to move higher or lower than Sir master try to have an impact on an individual threat and so we've trained for that we we do have rifle capacity on the on the streets and really assessable so the first responders in the city of Columbus so that is something that unfortunately have to think about but we do recognize that people access this type of armor sometimes and use it and were always respond in in training with that in mind she's Tom Quinlan thank you for taking time on a Sunday join us by brand off west said Jeff on news radio six ten WTVN we appreciate it and thank you for taking time and god speed all those folks not only no Paso but indecent date and thank you again for all you do to help make our communities safer Tom thank you very much okay thank you thanks Jeff again chief Tom Quinlan of the Columbus division of police are giving you a little bit of insight as to how the police view these situations and how they train a little bit it's important to know that yeah you're going to be safe and things like this are going to happen there's I hate to say it but these tragedies bees or rific events are going to happen but our police officers the date and police officers obviously very well trained our police officers here in Columbus very well trained we these guys are out there to protect us to protect and serve is always better to have it all always been a model of the police department and god bless these guys they go out there they put their lines their lives on the line every day I have nothing but the utmost respect for anybody who wears a badge in goes out there and is willing to trade their life for mine and Bob can you imagine being a police officer one o'clock in the morning and you're patrolling you're patrolling the downtown Dayton area and you get a call of an active shooter outside of a restaurant bar and that's it that's all you know active shooter outside this location you guys more they run out June the situations they don't know what they're about to run into you married you've got kids I'm married with kids you said earlier you figured on a Sunday afternoon you be sitting outside hanging outside your swimming pool and join your Sunday afternoons your family can imagine getting a call and being told you've got to go investigate and now the police officers in the area but boy you just to the the thought of of going all my god I've got to pull my weapon and probably going to be a position where we have to aim at somebody and I don't know what I'm walking into exactly and it's scary I you know I I've known a lot of police officers here in the Columbus area my daughter's uncle he was a swat officer here in Columbus for a number of years I have a friend a very good friend who is a officer at a jurisdiction over on the west side of town these guys go out and if he has family both of them had to have family they go out and do a job that I don't know that I've got the guts to do to be quite honest with you and I find it interesting Bob that the investigation the scenario in el Paso Texas is already were already been ruled officially domestic terrorism and that's why I want to ask toss the chief of police is what does that mean and and his answer was pretty simple as it opens up resources that local police departments would normally have so what he's a fan of of getting that information out being full transparent get in and out and using those resources to figure out and craft a story absolutely she's Quinlan for for taking time to join us this afternoon on six tend to be TVS certainly do appreciate that all we are taking your calls for taking your response to what happened today eight two one W. T. V. N. one hundred six tenet WTVM lots of information coming out we're still getting information about Dayton it's trickling out in bits and pieces were gonna bring it to you as we know it again it's Bob Randolph West Side Jeff on news radio six ten WTVN because.

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11:51 min | 2 years ago

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"Back down to sixty seven tonight woke up a small with no power house power was out all cross Arlington this morning. My oldest daughter wakes up Danielle and says now what how do I get on the internet? Yeah. Well, I said, Honey, don't, and I said, by the way, bad news, because we have a tankless hot water tank. You can't take a shower either. So I think I didn't take shower either. So what Jeff is my name? I live in the western edge up Erling ten we just talked to Don Tyler leash. She is out of the mayor's office. She appreciate her take time to do this. There's a advisory committee of ten members and she is leading that charge. She is been tasked to as head of the committee defined a to make the recommendation for a new chief of police. Don Tyler Lee is deputy chief of staff or external fares in the mayor's office. She went through the ten people. On the committee includes Franklin county sheriff, Dallas Baldwin some names, you may know would be Stephanie Hightower. She's the president of the Columbus urban league and used to be on city council. Former retired Columbus police sergeant I think sergeant Kenny Ramos, I know Kenny also because through the years of Highgate over the years he worked event and I got to know him too. So there's a task force said is looking for the next chief of police because Kim Jacobs retired she retired in February. And so the mayor named Quinlan Tom Quinlan, who was his one of the deputy chiefs named him as the interim chief of police for the city of Columbus division of police. So the mayor wants to go out and do these community meetings and get engagement. He wants to hear from you. The mayor wants to know from you, what do you want out of your next? Chief of police. I'd love to hear from you. The. The radio. Just a good old fashioned committee, townhall meeting in an opportunity for you to do that. So answer the questions for the mayor the questions are what, what kinds of insights, what kinds of values and characteristics. Would you like for the next chief of police? Provide three five words come to mind and what you're looking for, in your ideal chief. What about core values what, what kind of core values do you expect from your chief of police, and they asked you to list three to me? They're pretty basic core values core values include family leadership, compassion. Those kinds of things. One of the words on their, their selection is equality equality. Do you expect a quality from your next chief of police? Another question is hiring police chief, which of these skills are most important to you, and they go through a lot of a lot of things on their public. Speaking active listening community centered service-minded transparency, mental Jody education, physical, fitness Essex, collaborator. How many years of experience and law enforcement should your next chief of police half should be five to ten ten to twenty fifteen to twenty twenty plus. What should the primary focus the next chief of police have, what should be the primary focus should be how important is it for the police chief to collaborate more closely with other city officials faith based leaders business and community groups again, this is from the mayor's office? They're asking for your input on what you expect out of the next chief of police, what age, would you expect your chief of police to be, and they give you a couple options and select the race and ethnicity of your teeth of police. That's question Abry. Please select your race ethnicity. And they list white Hispanic or Latino, black native American or American Indian Asian slash Pacific islander or other. And they ask for your zip code. So those are some of the questions that they've asked for put it up on my Twitter Twitter is at west Jeff put it up on Facebook also that the mayor's office is asking for your input. In what expect out of the next chief of police. My opinion is pretty simple. I'm just a sense guy. And to meet common sense, says you have nineteen hundred police officers and your organization. And when I first got the management ranks myself, I was told that the number one job that I have is to replace myself. Have my successor ready to go across the lines of government. You've got that if something happens to the president United States, then you've got the vice president who takes over, if something happens to the president and the vice president speaker of the house takes over. There's a succession of leadership, every large company that I know of they have a succession plan nationwide insurance just this week announce that Kurt Walker present chief operating officer nationwide financial services business unit since twenty nine we'll take over for Steve Rasmussen Rasmussen who is a CEO of nationwide announced on April fourth that he's planning to retire this fall. So there's this succession of, of, of leadership at nationwide. Family businesses. Also have succession plans, if you, if you have a family business, you know, that you've got a succession plan. So my question is, why would the mayor not have a succession plan within the chief of police ranks to me that just tells me it's a breakdown of the public safety department not to have someone ready to go or the mayor's not giving them the ability to do that. And my thought is if you've got nineteen hundred police officers, and your police force, and you don't have the next guy ready to go. Then you're a bad job of hiring and teaching and training as an employee of an organization. I gotta tell ya, if my company goes outside of my company if they're nineteen hundred of us in my company, and the company goes outside of the company outside state to bring somebody into higher them companies. Don't really bad job of hiring people training them and getting them ready for the next position to me. And less. You don't have that person in place you need you need to hire from within it just sends a bad message, if you don't. The other thing is she had indicated per sheet, her time again done Tyler lay. She said the new hire comes in on probation for one year and the new hire can be fired at will during that timeframe, I believe is a case at the end of the year. The new chief can be offered a four year contract after four years the chief can be offered. One five one more. Five year terms to the maximum amount of time that a chief of police that gets hired can take over would be ten years. So if they hire a twenty year old or a seventy year old, the maximum amount of time they can service ten years. Now. Why would somebody in call it Dallas Baltimore another city? Why would somebody want to leave their job there to come to Columbus, especially in their, their forties or early fifties to take a job here where they're on probation for a year may not get the job especially knowing that, what I've seen I've seen more often than not that, that doesn't work. I've seen many times across the country where police department has done that went outside of the department hired brought in as a as a temporary deal. And then if they like him, they keep them. And if they don't they don't and example. That's no, no. You don't have to look any further than just one hour. One ninety minutes southwest of us in Cincinnati and the fall of twenty thirteen Cincinnati police department hired Columbus. Police deputy chief, Jeff Blackwell Blackwell worked within the Columbus division. Police a city manager Milton. Donna, hey, I think. Has his name down there. Higher Blackwell just before a mayoral election despite at the time air Cranleigh and Cincinnati having asked the city to hold off and making the higher until after the election. Now Cincinnati ended up firing Blackwell less than two years later, citing the low morale the department in two thousand sixteen Blackwell received a confidential settlement totaling more than two hundred fifty thousand dollars nearly year after being fired the settlement came after the ex-chief made rumblings of legal action against the city over dismissal. I've seen many examples across the country as I've googled these kinds of stories where somebody coming into a department more often than not does not last for various reasons, why would it be different and Columbus, Matt? You've got an opinion on this. Thanks for call your on six ten to TV in. Yeah. Yes, sir. Listen to your what you've been asking about, you know, what, what folks will like to see in a in a police chief in Arlington, and the one word that I have not heard that is probably the most important is honesty. The police chief has to be honest, he, he, or she needs to be able to talk them there or talk to the important, folks. And, and hell, honestly, what the problem is in order to fix it. They need to be honest to the taxpayer, and need to be honest to their constituents. That's, that's the most important quality that the police chief need that these the have. This is in Arlington issue. This is a city of Columbus issue city, Columbus. And I don't see that on that list. But good. Actually, after I said, after I said, I realized that if Arlington it is the city, Columbus. But nonetheless, it doesn't matter any any reader of the ship has to be honest. And that's the most important thing. I if you can't be honest, then than, than the rest crumbles. Well, I thank you for your call, Matt. I appreciate it. I hear you. I understand you and, and what you're saying is, this is what I think, I heard, you say was, you want the chief of police to be able to look, the mayor in the eye and tell them, what the real story is tell them the truth, not just honesty to the public meaning transparency, but about truthfulness to the to the mayor to his boss to the public service safety director to say, here's the real problem. Let's go fix it. To me, that's just an automatic. And I think that's part of the issue here because I don't know. I don't know that the mayor wants to hear that or the public service director safety director. I think they know but I don't know. They wanna know. Talk about the search for a chief of police tell you what I think on the other side of this about. Well, I'll tell you more about three minutes. Jeff. Real quick, fam- honesty. Cruises up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with your lava, or maybe you just want to go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. You gotta take out the wave. Redesigned their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the remodeled dancefloor and bar space. I said bar and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions..

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11:23 min | 2 years ago

"columbus division police" Discussed on WTVN

"Ten WTVN three thirty five west side. Jeff talking about social media. The second one to talk about how hard did aging hit you challenge. Yes. There's a conspiracy theory is that right or not? I don't know. We'll talk about that in just a second. But to follow up with something we just talked about. And that is this whole bird box challenge. I don't get it. I get it. I understand what people are doing. But I don't understand why they're doing it other than the push for fame. And in the end to me commonsense sets in that. If you're doing something that's dangerous. If you're doing something that could be hill legal. It's pretty stupid, but the concept of blind blindfolding and putting a blindfold on you to do everyday tasks. Okay. If you wanna walk into a wall and injure yourself, that's fine. But don't get on my roads, and do it and have somebody video at run into my vehicle, Dan. What's your thought on this? Yeah. Well, that's that's obviously worried where it goes beyond. The pale is when you're risking life. Limb of other people in the movie they were running over bodies. But you know, we're not in a post apocalyptic world, right? But, you know, stupid kids doing stupid stuff because of what they see nothing new. I mean, you're the whole I think I can say this word on on on the air the jackass series of film. Okay. That were okay. I'm still talking. Now, presumably I can but. The TV show. I think you're okay. Okay. Movie. So they were. Really dangerous behavior, you know, with jumper cables being phased and and taking a bowling ball shot where you wish you had a Cup. But didn't you know? That's that's same. And were there copycats probably, you know, I guess the real issue here is the difference between the? Should and must and you know, should Facebook and Lincoln and whatnot like that. But social media. Should social media police that yes, must say police that in a free society? No their stockholders. The man that there is a line. I mean, if there was a Russian roulette challenge currently. Currently there would be dangerous. Should they censor that? Yes. Must be against the law. I don't know if I'm gonna live with society that says that a company can or cannot publish videos. I I don't know. It's it's a it's a hard line to draw. But I think it's one that's drawn by the stockholders, and it's hard to say on the internet, which is international. It's not US that we should create laws. We try to force based on the danger of the activities. Well, stated Dan well stated thank you for calling. And thank you for your opinion. And that's a challenge it, and I think he's onto something they pretty much will allow anything to go. But as soon as you violate decency rules. Yeah. That's when they pull it off. And I think each that's the fine line between free speech and free speech because if you violate the terms and conditions which you agreed upon. On when you started your YouTube channel, or the you started Twitter, Facebook, or whatever it is once you violate their rules that kind of supersedes what you wanna do. And I think that's the way to have done. Great great comments, Scott gray commented. It's a real tricky one aware is the responsibility of the social media channels to to to manage that. And what do they pull off? And what don't they pull off? I've heard people say many times things on Facebook. That pace posted have been pulled off another things haven't been pulled off. And I think it depends on the content and the context context context is everything as as as as somebody said to me once said. Somebody said to me, you know, what I know. I I can't define pornography. But I know it when I see it, right, right? I mean, you open up playboy or one of those magazines, and you see some shots of things that when you up motherhood magazine, you see a woman. Don't know how to breastfeeding in the context of those two you'll see the same thing. But the end of the day, the context is very different. So so like some of the statues that have been revered for years like over in Greece, and France and some of these towns Columbus where they where they are. You know, nude statues or nude paintings. You know, is that something that we've tried to get rid of in today's world, it's context because in some places and some places. Yes, yes, that's interesting is there's a lot of great artwork out there that a lot of people can't see now because. You know, because of context, I guess, and it's a real question about social media. And another question about social media. And it's going across Facebook right now is is this how hard did you age hit you challenge? And anytime there's a viral anything on the internet. It. We ask we ask why where comes from. And what's behind that in the conspiracy theorists start asking questions, and I've seen this. If you've not seen it yet. It's called the how hard did aging hit you challenge. You've got to see it all of Facebook. You've got friends who post their first selfie photo for first profile of Facebook and their last their most recent one and shows how well they've aged over four six eight twelve years, whatever that timeframe is in many folks in conspiracy circles face it. They can be a tad bit paranoid at times, especially when they see something like this going on in their asking in what there's something. To this the government's organizing this the government's doing something this there have been dozens of these over the years, these kinds of things if you remember that cinnamon challenged the the ice bucket challenge that went across social media that we are dress phenomenum challenges as is it green. Is it gray? What color is it? And and even the tide pod challenge. Those things have hit social media. And now the beginning of twenty nineteen it's the how hard did aging hit you challenge. It's really catching on fire Oliver social media. I've just seen this week. It's happening as we speak and no doubt within hours, you're going to see tons and tons of friends and coworkers and relatives are taking to the Facebook feed or social media drug of choice that they'd like to post on could be Twitter could be Instagram and they show before and after pictures of themselves from years ago. So it may be a picture today to picture from five or seven years ago, and like like most of these challenges. As you can look high, you can look low, but you never quite figure out just where this started. I don't know who started this where it got started. And I've seen some stuff on social media, Scott that says the government started this thing. I don't know where it started. Yes. Okay. I've seen that. But that's but there's an argument about that. Because the viral things on the internet that are that are almost always like this it just takes off. And no one really knows where it comes from the brainchild. But many folks have asked where this one's coming from. And they think that this one might be sanctioned by the government. But why would they do that? Why would they think that that would be the case? Well, Scotty, what possibly could be the reason for government wanting to start a movement. Like, this is it's an easy one. If he asked me when you think about think about this. It's so the government could potentially see facial recognition facial recognition everything today rail tied this together. Now, I will facial recognition is everything when you go. Oh to the ozone down down on campus. You've got a host police pods in the year. You go to any major event pod. Those those Columbus division police things that you get in like a little trailer and raises up about. They got cameras everywhere. It's about Facebook recognition. You see him at red white, and boom you seem beg events. You've got those things are facial recognition oriented and many in cybersecurity world these days are using facial recognition around the country as a security measure, and you turn on any of your favorite shows like CSI style shows and you'll see FBI or other agencies using cameras everywhere. They they are to scan faces to see who is where who's in the audience who is who is around. Well, the real world. It's not that easy though, Scott because that technologies out there, but not everybody has it. And we'd know just by looking around that when you look on a social platform like Facebook, it's long identified faces and put them with names. With the help. The fact is when you're posting stuff it's free reign. I gotta tell you. I wouldn't hire anybody without looking at social their social media to see what they're posting. What they're saying. What they look like how they dress. How they respond how they act it gets me a peek into their into their lives. Right, scott. I will I will tell you that. I think I cost myself a job with the Columbus. Blue jackets, I was just on a whim. The reason I've grown my hair long in my beard longest because I wanted to be part of their cannon crew. I don't know why it just struck me. I wanted to try. So I applied everything else will they put you know, they ask for your social media accounts, which I did. And I I didn't get a callback. And I was thinking about it when they could some of what I posted about the team cost me made as I am very critical. I mean, I I am sorry. I look I demand. I demand a certain type of performance from my sports teams have won. I don't get it. I am going to tell you about it. And there was some stuff when I look back and thought man that probably cost me from getting this job. But that was this a minor job for me. Now, if I was up for a full time job here at the radio station. I'd probably I'd probably send my Twitter account through the washing machine to be honest with you because I don't need some of that stuff coming out. Yeah. But it's it's funny. How you can talk about this kind of stuff all day. I love the conspiracy theory stuff. Not once did I put facial recognition in with this. You can with this. How aging is affected you challenge. But honestly wouldn't surprise me. And I kinda love the topic. Guess what you're laying it right out there on Facebook. You're showing previous pictures and current pictures of you and many times family members on Facebook. And guess what the government could be looking at that in archiving net. You know, what I'm? Okay with it. If they do the fact is they've got my driver's license. I got all kinds of other photos and information on me my opinion. What's yours? A to one WTVN. Right..

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