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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"News 1000 FM 97 7 good evening it is 7 31 and it's currently 51° outside and I'm Kathy O'Shea now the top local stories from the como 24 7 news center An auburn woman has pleaded guilty to defrauding the U.S. Navy details from como's Jeff postula 67 year old Elaine Thomas worked as the head of metallurgy for Brad can incorporated The company is a defense contractor providing high yield steel for submarine hulls according to court records Thomas falsified records saying the steel met the navy's strict standards when it did not The substandard parts have resulted in increased cost and maintenance for the affected subs It appears the company itself was not aware of Thomas's fraud and she faces up to ten years in prison and a $1 million fine when sentenced in February Jeff Pedro come on news There's some disagreement over whether the police accountability law which gives broader authority to de certify officers can be applied to incidents from before the law took effect Como Ryan Harris takes a look The discussion is over the conclusion from the state's criminal justice training commission that it can not decertify pierce county sheriff Ed troyer who's accused of making false reports in a January incident involving a black newspaper carrier because the law took effect in July Democrats behind the law tell crosscut they never intended past incidents to be off limits when they expanded the commission's investigative authority and that they did intend for major violations of past laws that were on the books to be subject to the new authority Other Democrats told the publication that the create a new law and to go after people for things that happened before it was a law could violate a law enforcement officers due process rights Ryan Harris come on us There will be a lawsuit filed this week following the deaths of a western Washington University student and 7 others at the Astor world festival in Houston Texas 21 year old axel Acosta's family was joined by their lawyer Tony busby who says Acosta was killed by a crowd rush He says literally squeezed the air out of him He collapsed concertgoers.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

10:42 min | 3 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"What year were approved by the fda. I have to go back and look era. Deludes lou dhs Got me through the day baby. That and an sandwich peanut butter sandwich and some alludes our set maybe a handgun to fire at the television set for the day and nineteen sixty. Two to one thousand nine hundred. Five they were they were nice is Elvis himself enjoyed. Yeah the king man. If you're good enough of the king play the role of jeffey here. Don't you start first. The king first of all the fda we just said a third of the drugs that they approve eventually have some sort of safety issue with them. So but but you count on yet another government agency to be your guiding light employers. Sure yeah because being if you can't count on the fda who can you count on yourself your common all really. You can't count on yourself. Well some people can't some people it's hit or miss that's about right in our society. All right we've got some tweets true true mexican we do. Oh yeah my buddies. A deputy sheriff in king county washington. He has mostly Foot beat in downtown seattle. They're trying to make them get the jab and give up their social media passwords. Wait what jobs their social media passwords as well. No so yeah so true. American sent that tweet and we found a story that oh my gosh says exactly that. This is a bizarro world. Getting more and more bizarre by the day washington cops could be decertified if they refuse to hand over their personal social media accounts. Why how can you. This is unbelievable. We are in how i would imagine. There's gonna be some lawsuits here. Law enforcement officers are being told that lose certification if they refuse to allow commissioners from the washington state criminal justice training commission the cj tc to personally inspect any of their social media accounts. What how do how could they possibly have the right to do. That inspect it. It's called go online and read what i post the end. The passwords if asked officers to consent to agree to facilitate facilitate a review of any of my social media accounts upon a request by a representative of the commission. Gosh washington police. Officers are being required to consent. Bla-bla-bla training must be completed by all officers in the state by october thirty first. If they refused to give consent they could lose their police. Certifications and their jobs the declaration asked officers to authorize and consent to the release of personal files and other records that are directly related to certification. The consent screen also says consent to agree to facilitate a review blah blah blah with the just mentioned that i understand that failure to facilitate such a review when requested may result in decertification action. This is Plas unionist saying gold signs this. I would hope so. Yeah absolutely absolutely not unless it's a department Social media account. Are you getting it from the department or is it your own personal account. There's no way you should have to turn that over to anybody. And i don't care what you're saying on it even if you've said nothing on it there's no way you should turn that over. You know if you can find me on social media. Then you're welcome to read what i put out there in the public square exactly otherwise back off what this good night. Pretty amazing Also this the hospital. I work at now. Who's this somebody else's pet heads. Yeah irish riley twenty-eight all right the hospital i work at is having watched this mandatory video on why the kovic nineteen vaccine is safe. What i didn't know was. I had to fill out a survey before the video ridiculous. You'll see the survey questions. All right what are we got. Let's see have you been fully vaccinated. Yes with both doses of the pfizer vaccines. So these are the options to answer. Yes with both doses of the madonna. Yes with a single dose of the johnson and johnson or no. We're yeah not enough. Yeah we're stick it. Stick it stick it up your rectal cavity about that. Do you plan to get vaccinated and then you answer yes or no okay nanya please briefly explain your reason for not getting vaccinated and the nanya trifecta. That's amazing that is absolutely amazing. The intrusiveness of this is it's off the charts now isn't it. it's just. It's so far. Beyond what i think. Any of us. Envisioned for twenty twenty one just a short time ago you know but how old were you in twenty eighteen nineteen. Gosh i honestly don't remember. We're there dinosaurs. There might have been might have been feels like there were it does honestly really does triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three also. The white house is upset with fox because fox news has been saying jill biden should have stopped all of this I wonder where they heard that. How long have we been saying that. This show how despicable jill biden is because she pushed him every step of the way at every single step of the way she was right there to keep pushing him and she knows better than anybody else. The kind of shape he's in. Jill biden is an expert on joe. She sees it and she's a doctor so she ought no better than all of this right. The biden white house Criticized fox yesterday after fox and friends weekend host. Rachel compost duffy accused first lady jill biden of failing the united states by letting joe biden run for president. Said i mean exactly. This is disgusting and fox knows better. They can do better in their viewers deserve better. According to joe biden's press secretary. I hope they'll apologize to the first lady and leave this kind of talk in the trash where it belongs who nope more people should recognize this. She needs to be called out on this. Especially after the jake tapper interview with her. We still have that around. Where tapper is asking jill about all of the gaffes from joe biden and she gets all indignant about it and says tells him not to go there and so naturally he complies. Oh okay oh you don't wanna talk about that okay. All right. don't go there. Why don't you submit me a list of the things that are okay to talk about you. Know maybe you. Then we're there. We're there and you know she knows everything that's going on. Because one of the hidden gyms in that George stephanopoulos transcript. She called in the middle of the interview. She called joe biden cellphone chewed. Yeah like he's talking. We're going to get the booster shots and it's something i think you know because we got our shots all the way back in december. So it's a good well Yeah i love it. I love it. Whoever type this up is thank you so much. So it's it's past time and so the idea noise that the recommendation that's my wife calling. And then he continues and it's man it. It's it's fun to read this. Transcript honestly so. She knows he's in the what you're doing. That's what i'm saying. That's how much control she obviously has if she's interrupting the president of the united states in the middle of the interview. Yeah she knows where he's at of course she's love it probably in the next room. Yeah you know what. I bet that. Phone rapid up trying to sort this bad interview. We gotta get this done. It's time to end this thing No question there's just no doubt in my mind that's the case and you know she's she's trying to run things behind the scenes. It's gonna be quite a battle between her and kala though what's that great nickname. You came with her that You don't use often enough. Lady mc biden. that's right Exactly yeah we don't use that nearly enough. She's the worst also australian. The australian prime minister scott morrison. He has challenged state. Premiers to open borders in australia in time for christmas. So right now you're trapped basically if you live in texas is that quivalent of you can't leave texas right like you can't go to oklahoma a wait till you see later louisiana. We have another video australia. That will shock you really. These people are saying right. Now they are. i mean they. They went to a A shelter to kill dogs. They sent the police to kill the dogs so that the workers wouldn't have to travel back and forth to go and take care of the animals so they just tell you what we're just gonna put a bullet in their head and that way out to worry about you know dragging kovin potentially around the area. What is happening australia. They're gone goodbye on. Speaking to sunrise chickens is a publication in australia. The prime minister said premiers must stick to the plan and reward. Australians forgetting vaccinated by christmas. So here's your reward..

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Only 24 hour news station. KOMO news 1000 FM 97 7 The Seattle Police Accountability Board has recommended to Seattle police officers be fired for their actions in Washington, D. C on January 6th. Investigators say they were in a restricted area of the capital and did nothing as rioters broke into the building and assaulted Capitol police. Come was Charlie Harder, spoke to the woman in charge of most police officer training here in Washington State. Monica Alexander is the executive director of the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission. They run the police academy as well as the continuing education. Every officer and deputy is required to get every year. Give us an idea. How are officers trained to deal with illegal activity when they see it and they are off duty? So you know, being off duty is one thing And we always say, be a good witness because, say you're off duty and you see something happening. You aren't identified as a police officer and you get in the way of a police officer. That's a problem but be a good witness. Call for help. Do everything you can buy Buy also keeping yourself safe. You know when you are on duty, it's really important and that's the whole duty to intervene. 566 the law that was just passed and we're teaching able, we know we're trained. The difference between right and wrong and legal activity versus illegal activity, and it's so important for us to be able to do something and the situation will dictate your dictate your tactics. You can't always just jump into a situation because you could risk your own life and maybe even others. So I think it's really important for us to think about. You know, what can we do safely? When we see something that is happening that's illegal without prejudging what has happened in this case in general, what is the C J T. C s role if officers are fired? Our responsibility. We hold police officer certification and we have the right based on the law to revoke certification. Depending on what the activity was. And I think that's really important so that people understand that you know, we don't see JT see myself. I don't just revoke someone's certification. There's a whole panel that's assembled. There's a process that followed. The attorney general's office represents the Criminal Justice Training Commission. And there is a process. And that process gives people an opportunity to fight for their certification. Now, if you're not certified in the state of Washington, you cannot be a police officer and now a corrections officer, because, as of July the first we started certifying our corrections officers. And we increase the time of their academy and corrections officers. You know they have a lot to do with the criminal justice system, and sometimes we forget about them, But they come here and they train hard as well. And they have a certain level of responsibility to our communities, just like law enforcement officers were speaking with Monica Alexander of the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission, and I just want to be really clear here for law enforcement officers. If they do have there's sort of occasions. Rejected. You can't get a job in Yelm. You can't get a job in Spokane. You can't get a job anywhere in the state as a police officer. That's correct because the agency's commission police officers and the Criminal Justice training Commission we give them their certification, and you must have a certification and a commission to be a police officer in the state of Washington. Lot of people may not be familiar with what you do. Essentially the training commission where you are that is most police officers from across the state. That is every police officer from across the state except for troopers, so we they do. We do have an extension Academy and Spokane. But the Criminal Justice Training commission is the stole Academy for the state other than the Washington State Patrol. That's Monica Alexander of the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission. I'm Charlie Harder. Come O Neill's Cuomo's money report is sponsored by Propel Insurance. From ABC News Wall Street weekend. It was a short week for the markets. They were closed Monday for the.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:07 min | 5 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Stories we're following for common. It was Saturday. The death toll now Florida condominium collapse Now at 86. After looks like 21, more bodies were pulled out of the rubble. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine cover sharing those recent numbers and also saying both staggering and heartbreaking. An additional looks like 55 people still unaccounted for the flames to threaten homes and count campgrounds have prompted evacuations and closed off nearly 200 Square mile section of the northern California Forest land. As that state heads into a weekend of dry, scorching whether in the continuing threat of wildfires. Hundreds of firefighters battling the Beckworth complex to blazes sparked by lightning in that area in Oregon, the size of a wildfire burning their climate falls now has doubled overnight. And an Idaho governor Brad Little, declaring a wildfire our your emergency in that state as of yesterday, his mobilize the Idaho National Guard to help fight those fires. Dozens of aftershocks have also hit the area between Northern California and Nevada yesterday after a magnitude six earthquake today before the earthquake sent large boulders rolling on the highways and knocks smaller items off the shelves. Spokesman for the California's emergency operations, saying there was minor road damage but no significant impact to infrastructure. The quake struck before four p.m. near the eastern Sierra Community of Walker near The state line. KOMO News Saturday with Mark Christopher. The Seattle Police Accountability Board is recommended to Seattle police officers be fired for their actions in Washington, D. C. Back on January, 6th. Investigators say they were in a restricted area of the capital and did nothing as riders broke into the building insulted Capitol police. Almost Charlie Harder, spoke to the woman in charge of most police officer training. Right here in our state. Monica Alexander is the executive director of the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission. They run the police academy as well as the continuing education. Every officer and deputy is required to get every year. Give us an idea. How are officers trained to deal with illegal activity when they see it and they are off duty? So you know, being off duty is one thing And we always say, be a good witness. Because say you're off duty and you see something happening. You aren't identified as a police officer, and you get in the way of a police officer. That's a problem. But be a good witness call for help do everything you can buy Buy. Also keeping yourself safe. Um, you know when you are duty, it's really important and that's the whole duty to intervene. Size 066 the law that was just passed and we're teaching able We know we're trained the difference between right and wrong and legal activity versus illegal activity, and it's so important for us to be able to do something and the situation will dictate your dictate your tactics. You can't always just jump into a situation because you could risk your own life and maybe even others. So I think it's really important for us to think about. You know, what can we do safely? When we see something that is happening that's illegal without prejudging what has happened in this case in general, what is the C J T. C s role if officers are fired? Our responsibility. We hold police officer certification. And we have the right based on the law to refocus certification, depending on what the activity was. And I think that's really important so that people understand that you know, we don't see JT see myself. I don't just revoke someone's certification. There's a whole panel that's assembled. There's a process that followed. The attorney general's office represents the Criminal Justice Training Commission. And there's a process. We're speaking with Monica Alexander of the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission. If you'd like to hear more of the interview here, But Charlie harder we have. It is one of many stories were coming news this week. It's a podcast. We do that brings you the top stories of the past week. And you can listen to at your convenience anytime by going to come on news dot com slash.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Mo news 1000 FM 97 7 other stories we have for this morning the debts hole in the Florida condominium collapse now 79 after 14 additional victims were pulled out of the rubble. That was an update shared yesterday, Miami Dade Mayor Daniel Yellow 11 comma announcing those numbers, calling a bull staggering and heartbreaking. An additional 61 people still unaccounted for flames that threaten homes and campgrounds have prompted evacuations and closed off nearly 200 Square mile section of Northern California forests as a state hands into a weekend of dry, scorching weather and the continued threat of wildfires. Hundreds of firefighters battling the Beckworth complex to places that were sparked by lightning. In Oregon. The size of wildfire burning near Klamath Falls more than doubled overnight. We're also hearing an Idaho governor Brad Little, declared a wildfire emergency in that state as of yesterday, which mobilized the Idaho National Guard to help fight fires that have sparked across that state. Dozens of aftershocks have hit the area between Northern California and Nevada. Along with these fires yesterday after a magnitude six earthquake the day before the earthquake sent large boulders rolling in the highways and knocks smaller items off shelves. A spokesman for the California's emergency operations, saying there is minor road damage but no significant impact to infrastructure. The quake struck before four p.m. near the eastern Sierra Community of Walker that's near The state line. KOMO News Saturday With Mark Christopher give an update on wildfires here in our state fire officials saying the Batterman road fire now 100% contained it's been burning. They're near East Wenatchee since the fourth of July about 14,000 acres charred so far, the assault and complex that fire made up of two fires burning in southeast Washington has burned nearly 28. Acres. Make that 28,000 acres of land. And at least six buildings destroyed the fire 10% contained and then we have this fire We're looking at in Spokane County. Now at 55% containment, it has burned 200. And 32 Acres. Deputies and Skagit County are searching for someone who vanished near the Cascade River. Detectives say a man and a woman never showed up at the Marble Creek campground Thursday night, after pretty much the full day on the water. Now, deputies did find the man alive and unhurt. That's all we've been shared. But they found no sign of the woman time right now. Here at common News. It is seven. 18. The Seattle Police Accountability Board has recommended it to Seattle police officers be fired for their actions in Washington, D. C. Back in January. Investigators say they were in a restricted area of the capital and did nothing as rioters broke into the building and assaulted Capitol police. Almost Charlie Harder, spoke to the woman in charge of most police officer training here in our state. Monica Alexander is the executive director of the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission. They run the police academy as well as the continuing education. Every officer and deputy is required to get every year. Give us an idea. How are officers trained to deal with illegal activity when they see it and they are off duty? So you know, Being off duty is is one thing And we always say, be a good witness because, say you're off duty and you see something happening. You aren't identified as a police officer and you get in the way of a police officer. That's a problem but be a good witness. Call for help. Do everything you can buy Buy also keeping yourself safe. You know when you are on duty, it's really important and that's the whole duty to intervene. 5066 the law that was just passed and we're teaching able, we know we're trained. The difference between right and wrong and legal activity versus illegal activity, and it's so important for us to be able to do something and the situation will dictate your dictate your tactics. You can't always just jump into a situation because you could risk your own life and maybe even others. So I think it's really important for us to think about. You know, what can we do safely? When we see something that is happening that's illegal without prejudging what has happened in this case in general, what is the C J T. C s role if officers are fired? Our responsibility. We hold police officer certification. And we have the right based on the law to revoke certification, depending on what the activity was. And I think that's really important so that people understand that you know, we don't see JT see myself. I don't just revoke someone's certification. There's a whole panel that's assembled. There's a process that followed. The attorney general's office represents the Criminal Justice Training Commission. And there's a process we're speaking with Monica Alexander of the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission. If you'd like to hear more of this interview of Charlie Harder is it's one of many stories. We have a common news this week. It's a podcast that we all put together here that bringing the top stories of the past week and why they matter you can find it. A common news dot com slash podcast again. Come on news dot com slash podcast. 6 20 a weekend edition now propel insurance, money and business report here. Jim Tesco. After closing out the past week at new highs, the stock market will now turn its attention to another earnings reporting season. In the coming week will get second quarter numbers from big names in the banking industry, first of all, such as JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo also slated to report our Delta Airlines, Pepsico and United Health. Where the other day that Nordstrom has inked the least for 500,000 square feet of industrial space in Tarragon Seaport Logistic Center in Sumner Building. Three there is expected to be completed in early 2022. Nordstrom will be adding material handling systems, employee offices and amenities and additional power and a generator backup system. That's your money. Now I'm Jim. Chess, Cocoa Mon money.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"To snow rounds a couple things that we've learned from past no storms that we want everyone to know his number one have patients When snow falls, it comes quickly. It could be very disabling usually doesn't last too long. We will not be able to get to every street in city of Seattle. That's why we have what we call the emerald and gold routes or when Sam Zimbabwe first called to the greening. Hello, routes, So no, your maps know when your bus could be coming if you need a transit, The heaviest of the snow again is expected to fall south of Seattle, For example, in Thurston County. Almost cold. Miller has more on the preparations there. Here in Olympia, where we are, crews are set to work around the clock if needed. Many streets and hills have already been hit with that de icer ahead of this February blast of winter. Sometimes it can End up being nothing. Our congee a big deal. I'm got my food pantry stocked up on all of that. I'm gonna be out in little rock pet sitting, so I'm gearing up and here we go with food provisions. Whatever I need earlier in the day, our cameras catching a glimpse of the city's plows. Seven total standing by. We do have some schedule changes this morning. But they're mostly in school districts were remote learning is already going on. But places like five Olympia North Ersten ton water, those district's stand would to the north. Those places are using remote learning on Lee Today, Check with your school district. The state House of Representatives passed three bills yesterday related to police accountability and reform. As we hear from Kemal's Carleen Johnson, one of the bills they passed will track officer misconduct and others aimed at ensuring that independent investigations of deadly force incidents are done properly. One authorizes the state auditor to audit deadly force investigations to find out if rules and procedures were followed, and the third bill, which passed unanimously directs the Criminal Justice Training Commission to create a grant program. The goal is to encourage more diverse candidates to pursue law enforcement careers. Representative John Lovett co sponsored that one bill helps revitalize trust between communities that law enforcement by encouraging a broader diversity of candidates to see careers in law enforcement, Cos You've been reports law enforcement. Agencies would compete for the grants, and the proposals would have to include plans to attract people from underrepresented groups and communities. All three of these bills now move to the Senate for consideration. Carleen Johnson. Come on, news minute away, We'll find out what the winning answer was, in our daily trivia question. Better sleep means a better you. That's why Mattress firm stands behind the rest assured promise, featuring the best mattresses from America's top rated brands like the Tempera Breeze Collection and Save up to $500 on Premium Adjustable mattress sets, plus, Get a $300. Instant gift with your purchase, the toward sleep accessories shop temp, Repeated Stearns and Buster and more with our sleep Experts today to get your best sleep.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Are associated with the violent, hate grouper otherwise engaged in criminal activity, their reservations will be canceled and those guests will be banned. Freeway in downtown Seattle Back open after a delay by protesters Come on. Sue Romero has a story It happened around lunchtime on North found five near James Street. Trooper Rick Johnson says they received several reports of freeway lanes being blocked by protesters encourage people to protest. We support that 100% However, on the freeway, it's just not safe. It's a dangerous place, he says. 12 people were arrested and two cars were impounded. The group reportedly painted the letters B. L M on the pavement before the freeway was cleared. See Romero camo news process of de certifying law enforcement officers for misconduct would fall to the state under a bill heard for the first time at the state Capitol. More now from comas Ryan Harris. In addition to handing off the certification to the Criminal Justice Training Commission, retired judge and Levinson says the bill would allow others outside of law enforcement to alert the commission to misconduct at the grounds for the certification cover the wide range of serious misconduct. That should mean an officer loses their license It maintains due process but will no longer allow the process to drag out for years. While the officer continues in law enforcement, James McMahon with Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police chief says they Support, adding more non law enforcement people to the commission, but not to the extent called for in this bill more than 70% of the commission would have no responsibility or role in the industry that they're overseeing. Supporters also favor the bill's requirement that investigations continue even if an officer quits to prevent a so called bad cop from simply moving departments. Ryan Harris Co. Moh news At 10 34. Let's check camo traffic.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Violent hate grouper otherwise engaged in criminal activity. Reservations will be canceled and those guests will be banned. Freeway in downtown Seattle is back open after delay by protesters come Oh Soo Romero, with a story happened around lunchtime on North found five near James Street. Trooper Rick Johnson says they received several reports of freeway lanes being blocked by protesters encourage people to protest. We support that 100% However, on the freeway, it's just not safe. It's a dangerous place, he says. 12 people were arrested and two cars were impounded. The group reportedly painted the letters B. L M on the pavement before the freeway was cleared. See Romero come on, in the process of de certifying law enforcement officers for misconduct would fall to the state under a bill heard for the first time at the state Capitol more from Kemal's Ryan Harris, In addition to handing off the certification to the Criminal Justice Training Commission, retired judge and Levinson says the bill would allow others Outside of law enforcement to alert the commission to misconduct in the grounds for the certification cover the wide range of serious misconduct. That should mean an officer loses their license It maintains due process but will no longer allow the process to drag out for years while the officer continues in law enforcement, James McMahon with Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police chief says they support adding more non law enforcement people to the commission, but not to the extent called for in this bill more than 70% of the commission would have no responsibility or role in the Destry that they're overseeing. Supporters also favor the bill's requirement that investigations continue even if an officer quits to prevent a so called bad cop from simply moving departments. Ryan Harris Co Moh news Come on his time 8 34 come on Traffic every 10 minutes on the forest from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Tama folding. Watch part crash again. Blend word. It's on the right shoulder of the north bound for all five exits in north bound. Five in five road construction on south on five just after 54,000. It was on the right shoulder. And that should be. They should be closing at least one lane until five o'clock tomorrow morning, and Ajay BLM roadwork on North Bound five just before the main gate is blocking the left lane until 4 30 tomorrow morning for overnight roadwork. Our next come on traffic at.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:44 min | 11 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"0 24 7 news center ELISA Jaffe With the night off, I'm Rick fan sites, the State Patrol Olympia police and even the National Guard preparing now for possible unrest. When Joe Biden has sworn in on Wednesday, even the smallest little Tip and lead that comes in. We will look at it. Lieutenant Kurt boil with the Washington State Patrol says even though the inauguration is in D. C protests are expected at state capitals such as Olympia and across the country. It's a vacation rental company, but Airbnb is doing what it can to prevent violence of the state capital on Inauguration Day. Airbnb says it's reviewing recently booked reservations in Olympia for the whole week due to the ongoing safety concerns. After the insurrection at the U. S. Capitol this, according to a company spokesperson, who says if that they can confirm a guest is associated with a violent hate group or otherwise engaged in criminal activity. The reservations will be canceled in those guests will be banned. What can we expect this week regarding all this chaos or calm? Cool. Most. Jeff Pooja has more from a couple of political analysts and a long, long, long time since we've seen this much tension of the nation's capital over a transition. Jim Moore is a political analyst with our sister station. K A. T U in Portland. The peaceful transition of government is out the window. We're thinking about this in a completely different way, he says, with such a divided electorate, more protests or not out of the question. But others, including professor Chris Short, L'd say it may be a bit more subdued. Think protests within D C itself for going to be very limited in size and number simply because of the significant security presence. That's there now, and it's not just in DC security is tight at state capitals across the country. Jeff Pooja, look come on news. The process of de certifying law enforcement officers from his conduct would follow to the state under a bill heard for the first time in the state capital. Here's Como's rain Harris, In addition to handing off the certification to the Criminal Justice Training Commission, retired judge and Levinson says the bill would allow others outside of law enforcement to alert the commission to misconduct. The grounds for the certification cover the wide range of serious misconduct. That should mean an officer loses their license It maintains due process but will no longer allow the process to dragon. For years while the officer continues in law enforcement. James McMahon, with Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police chief says they support adding more non law enforcement people to the commission, but not to the extent called for in this bill more than 70% of the commission would have no responsibility or role in the industry that they're overseeing. Supporters also favor the bill's requirement that investigations continue, even if an officer quits to prevent a so called bad cop from simply moving departments. Ryan Harris Co Moh news. Come on news time. 6 34 All right, It's getting update on coma traffic..

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:57 min | 11 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Presence. That's there now, and it's not just a DC security is tight at state capitals across the country. Jeff Pooja, look, come on, Use the freeway. In downtown Seattle back open after a delayed by protesters come mostly Romero with a story it happened around lunchtime on North found five new James Street Trooper Rick Johnson says they received several reports of freeway lanes being blocked by protesters encourage people to protest. We support that 100% Over on the freeway. It's just not safe. It's a dangerous place, he says. 12 people were arrested and two cars were impounded. The group reportedly painted the letters B L M on the pavement before the freeway was cleared. See Romero come. Oh news. It's a vacation rental company, but Airbnb is doing what it can to prevent violence of the state capital on Inauguration Day. Airbnb says it's reviewing recently booked reservations in Olympia for the whole week due to ongoing safety concerns. After the insurrection of the U. S. Capitol, according to a company spokesperson, Airbnb says if they confirmed that guests are associating with a violent hate group or otherwise engaged in criminal activity Reservations will be canceled and those guests will be banned. The process of de certifying law enforcement officers for misconduct would fall to the state under a bill heard for the first time at the state Capitol more from comas Ryan Harris. In addition to handing off the certification to the Criminal Justice Training Commission, retired judge and Levinson says the bill would allow others outside of law enforcement to alert the commission to misconduct grounds. Producer vacation cover the wide range of serious misconduct. That should mean an officer loses their license. Change due process but will no longer allow the process to drag out for years. While the officer continues in law enforcement, James McMahon with Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police chief says they support adding more non law enforcement people to the commission, but not to the extent called for in this bill more than 70% of the commission would have no responsibility or role in the industry that they're overseeing. Supporters also favor the bill's requirement that investigations continue, even if an officer quits to prevent a so called bad cop from simply moving departments. Ryan Harris Co. Moh news, and that brings us to 4 34 an update on coma traffic would do that for you every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center Dan Here's Curtis Calhoun. Still a couple of major blocking issues in the South Sound right now, really causing a mess of things to begin the evening commute South down five approaching Bridgeport Way in liquid soul Major accident investigation and aid is taking up the two right lanes and you are solid back to about the tea dome. Work down 705 approaching stadium way into coma. Another crash sticking through rightly and also in every north found five and highway. 96 looks like a gun earlier crash that was taking up the left lane and mostly after the shoulder. It's solid approaching that scene that unites coma. Traffic at 4 44 Take a look at our weather situation now and from the coma, Weather Center meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Well, that was a beautiful wrap up to this long holiday weekend in honor of Dr Martin Luther King Jr..

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:16 min | 11 months ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Of nonstop news on comb. Oh, it's 606. Earlier this week, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar indicated there would be millions of extra vaccine doses released to the states. We are releasing the entire supply we have for order by states. Rather than holding second doses in physical reserve. But new reporting in the Washington Post shows there were no doses available in reserve. As a result, states that had been gearing up to expand distribution of the Copan vaccine have no extra doses to give out in a tweet. The Washington State Health Department says they understand why people may feel the situation is confusing and frustrating. Oregon Governor Kate Brown calls it A deception on a national scale. We've reached out to health and human services for comment. The State patrol the National Guard, preparing for any possible protests or confrontations at the state capital this weekend. Here's combos Charlie Harder with Maura Fence lined with troopers and guard members continues to surround the capital and nearby buildings. This comes, says the FBI warns of possible threats at all 50 state capitals between now and January, 20th. State trooper Chelsea Hudson tells coma, they continue to monitor intelligence coming in well this point in time, we don't have any known explicit threats that would indicate details of the time place or specific activity in our area. FBI Highlights Sunday and Inauguration Day is the two days to be on the highest alert, Hudson says they're ready for whatever comes their way. Charlie Harder come O'Neill's. There is increasing concern for the safety of journalists covering protests at state capitals across the U. S. And in Washington, packing a gas mask and helmet has become the new normal is starting to look just a bit like what foreign correspondents face in the world's conflict zones. This week, the Oregon State police gave virtual training on what to do if there's a shooting rampage in the state Capitol building. Former longtime foreign correspondent Andrew Selsky, says there are increasing risks to journalists in America. Lawmakers in Olympia had their first public hearing on a major police reform bill that would affect Washington's 11,000 police officers and update now here's come. Oh super marrow, the Criminal Justice Training Commission certifies law enforcement in the state of Focus of House Bill 10. 82 is on D certifying officers that have shown misconduct. Many who spoke where family members of people who died after interactions with police. Elaine Simon says the officer who killed her foster son should not have been on the job in his 11 year. Career. He is responsible for three of nine killings in Auburn Washington. To me, that is a serial killer. Law enforcement agencies opposed the bill, which would also change the makeup of the training commission, with fewer police and more private citizens. Maura Than 70% of the members of the commission would not be experts in or be subject to the rules of the actions of the commission. That's Jim McMahon with the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police chief's Soup. Romero Come on news The Washington state Supreme Courts has Benton County Sheriff Jerry Hatcher may have committed a felony when he backdated an official document on an internal review of his actions. The court already allowed a recall effort to move forward but yesterday released a lengthy rebuke of the sheriff's actions come most. Carleen Johnson reports. The initial report back in November from the state's high court stated the recall effort against Sheriff Jerry Hatcher could go forward. Now in this 47 page, expanded opinion, the court said all eight charges alleged against him were legally in factually sufficient, including tampering with physical evidence and intimidating witnesses. The officer's union has voted no confidence in their sheriff Alan Harvey is theater knee representing deputy Jason Eriksson, who brought the recall effort. He says the department is united despite the strain of this awkward time, their unity through the sense of purpose that they're doing the right thing for the right reason that they have maintained their professional integrity and and they have gone to work every day, and they're still doing their jobs. Hatcher denies any wrongdoing and no criminal charges have been filed against him. Those behind the recall effort have until May to gather signatures. Carleen Johnson. Come on News Still to come on coma. I'm Corwin Hague, urging you to buy some music and help an ailing Seattle icon. The Falcons hire.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Um is that something that would could be shared nation? Why should there be a national policy on police and national training where everyone would get that kind of training? In an ideal world, Absolutely, but But here's Here's what we're confronted with. And this is what makes this one so many things that make solving this problem so difficult. Law enforcement is a fiercely local institution in our nation. It was designed that way, and so every single police department Gets to decide how their officers were trained and what the policies are. Washington State is unique because our Legislature took the action many years ago to say we're going to have a centralized program was centralized standards. So getting 18,000 different police departments and jurisdictions to agree to what the standards should be is very difficult. It's challenging to just do it in Washington, I can assure you But we have to decide as a nation Do we want to continue to have our law enforcement delivered in this fiercely local way or not? And that's that's a big Big complicated questions. Thea other piece that we have to remember is Police departments work for elected officials, the mayor, the City Council, Whatever the design of the government, is A person elected by the people is the one who decides how the police Department operates. We are joined here by Sue our executive director of the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission. Sue. We do our show and Ursula and I we try to Look for the best. Look for hope. We're glass half full in in your eyes. Where do you see hope in ways that communities and police Can heal together in rebuild trust. Is there something you see for us? I absolutely do on DH. That's what makes this this time in history. So So complex. I think the community is now really having to reckon with what kind of a culture do we want to create to live in? So I think is difficult and scary as the protests are, they're going to force the issue of the conversation. The other thing that makes me hopeful is the recruits that air coming into the profession. Now one of the best things about my job, and the thing that just literally inspires me every day is the conversations I have with our recruits. And the people coming into the profession. Now, for the most part are all about. I want to serve my community. I want to do better and the kinds of people that are coming into law enforcement. Are a little bit different way still have a lot of people that air have a very conservative view of the world And in the background that is, you know, typical middle class white background, but we also have a lot of people coming in. We have a little bit more racial diversity. Not much. I'm noticing. Dramatic increase in the number of women coming in just in the last two years. They're coming in with life experience. That's different. We have former teachers counselors, um much broader variety of backgrounds and the recruits coming in the door are very open to what we talked about in Washington as the garden guardian philosophy where we really want to focus on service to the community. And being part of the community not coming in as an outside occupying force. So that makes me really hopeful because we can harness that energy we have we have dated. It demonstrates that when recruits come in the door with what we call the Guardian mindset After five months of teaching them about all the dangers in the field and all that they still maintain that philosophy and that has been the remarkable success. Of our new Academy training is that we don't make them cynical and paranoid before they go out to the street. The challenge facing us now is to work with law enforcement leaders to ensure that same kind of philosophy Is nested in the police department itself, and that's a challenge because a lot of law enforcement leaders now or socialized into policing during the early nineties, when the focus was very strongly on enforcement. We talked about super predators. And so ah, good news with the new new kids come in the door and the challenges we need. We need to help equip our leaders. To intentionally establish a culture that's healthy in the police department and create a healthy relationship with the community to where we're listening to them were asking them. What does your community need? Cerar. She is the executive director of the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission. And Sue, I'm so grateful that you join our show. Thank you so much. Thank you. Sue. I got to just tell you we have so many questions we wanted to ask, so we're going to be inviting you again very soon. I would want to see him back. I appreciate you asking the questions you're asking. They're important. Thank you so much You.

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After fatal shooting involving Seattle police, calls for incident to be teachable moment

News, Traffic and Weather

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

After fatal shooting involving Seattle police, calls for incident to be teachable moment

"The police involved shooting in Seattle's lower queen Anne neighborhood is still under investigation but now some in the law enforcement community say it's a teachable moment almost Jonathan Chou has more they want to get out there and say look this is what happened Russ six is talking about how quickly Seattle police released the video the following day right off the bat I think that's a good thing but he's now using this as a reality check for new police recruits there's a lot of screening which is okay because I think to keep the public trust we need that fix teachers at the Washington state criminal justice training commission the state's primary police academy he says no one ever wants to be in this situation I said let's talk about it I said what what scares you would it would discourage you about a let's talk about that and is reminding even veteran officers there are always ways to improve on the job we treat everyone with respect and dignity and we do the very best we

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Originally planned as well as the pay for technology improvements the final decision will rest with the commissioners I'm in a career anti tax initiative promoters formally announced his entry into Washington's twenty twenty governor's race says you'll be running as an independent he joined several other candidates have already declared against democratic incumbent governor Jay Inslee who is seeking a third term new rules will soon govern the way police officers in our state are investigated for use of deadly force almost Corwin hake has more police training already addresses the need to avoid deadly force at all costs according to sue Rorik she's executive director of the Washington criminal justice training commission we spent a great deal of effort training officers not to get themselves in the situation for their only choice is to use deadly force but when such force must be applied she acknowledges it also must be adequately investigated now the Seattle Times reports Rogers commission has hammered out new rules to be announced this week including one demanding that a regional independent investigative team examine every use of police deadly force such teams would be entirely separate from any law enforcement agencies own internal review the goal is to overcome the unofficial blue code under which officers remained silent about a colleague's misconduct up to and including unjustified use of force Corwin Hey komo news the Seattle man was sentenced last week to twenty two years in prison for recruiting an inmate to kill a woman he was accused of raping this almost county jury found Jerry would junior guilty of solicitation of murder and kidnapping the jury was deadlocked on the charge of second degree rape during the trial would say it is sexual encounter with a woman in two thousand seventeen was consensual there were Herald reports wall would it was in jail in January twenty eighteen he gave another inmate hand written messages giving detailed instructions to get rid of the victim the inmate then told the detective about the murder for hire request popular Bremerton music spot is fighting noise complaints by circulating a petition that aims to exempt live music in certain area the city details from calls Eric kind of further Jon's bar and grill and kit sap way as been ticketed for noise violation six times in the last two years the bar's owner Gordon rank is fighting to have those citations dismissed in court at the same time the bars floating initiative there were exempt live music originating from non residential zones from a public disturbance section abbr emergence noise ordinance his lawyer tells the kids steps on the intent is to still meet established decibel readings but to take the subjectivity out of it curly officers can cite a business for noise violation if they hear the sound fifty feet or more from its source your clients come when you sure sign that the holiday season is upon us the carousel at Westlake park was assembled yesterday the first ride to the holiday season will be on Friday which is the same night as the tree lighting celebration at Macy's the carousel run through new year's day comedies time forty past the hour now an update from the Harley exteriors como sports desk Lamar Jackson turn another MVP worthy performances he led the ravens to a forty five to six win over the rams last night.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Twenty five which means no more coal faster than originally planned as well as to pay for technology improvements the final decision will rest with the commissioners news anti tax initiative promoters formally announced his entry into Washington's twenty twenty governor's race says you'll be running as an independent he joined several other candidates have already declared against democratic incumbent governor Jay Inslee who is seeking a third term new rules will soon govern the way police officers in our state are investigated for use of deadly force almost Corwin hake has more police training already addresses the need to avoid deadly force at all costs according to sue RAR she's executive director of the Washington criminal justice training commission we spend a great deal of effort training officers not to get themselves in a situation where their only choice is to use deadly force but when such force must be applied she acknowledges it also must be adequately investigated now the Seattle Times reports Rogers commission has hammered out new rules to be announced this week including one demanding that a regional independent investigative team examine every use of police deadly force such teams would be entirely separate from any law enforcement agencies own internal review the goal is to overcome the unofficial blue code under which officers remained silent about a college misconduct up to and including unjustified use of force Corwin Hey komo news the Seattle man was sentenced last week to twenty two years in prison for recruiting an inmate to kill a woman he was accused of raping a so much county jury found Jerry would junior guilty of solicitation of murder and kidnapping the jury was deadlocked on the charge of second degree rape during the trial would said his sexual encounter with a woman in two thousand seventeen was consensual the ever Herald reports wall would it was in jail in January twenty eighteen he gave another inmate hand written messages giving detailed instructions to get rid of the victim the inmate then told the detective about the murder for hire request popular Bremerton music spot is fighting noise complaints by circulating a petition that aims to exempt live music in certain areas of the city details from comma very kind of brother John's bar and grill and kid sap way as been ticketed for noise violation six times in the last two years the bar's owner Gordon rank is fine to have those citations dismissed in court at the same time the bars floating initiative there were exempt live musical originating from non residential zones from a public disturbance section abbr emergence noise ordinance his lawyer tells the kids steps on the intent is to still meet established decibel readings but to take the subjectivity out of it curly officers can side of business for noise violation of the hear the sound fifty feet or more from its source your clients come when you sure sign that.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Of detectives to investigate all cases in which an officer use deadly force such panels would operate separately from an agency's own internal investigation The Washington criminal justice training commission has authored the new rules executive director sue Ross says the effort really starts with training officers to manage threats Sir a police officer in the field they have to just be constantly thinking about what might be happening around me that I I don't want to lose track of the training also emphasizes de escalation and mental health awareness but when a deadly force investigation is called for the model will be Snohomish county's multiple agency response team or smart the training commission proposes up to fifteen such regional investigative units Corwin Hey komo news so men are hospitalized after being shot in Burlington couples Nick pop reports the victims were found more than five miles apart police say they found a guy from Mount Vernon on the ground here with a gunshot wound and we're told that a car had left shortly after the shooting just a little while later in cedar Willie police were able to find a car that matched the description inside the parking lot of this motel a person working for the motel said that he had seen police officers and the car in the lot Wes right del lives in Burlington into spending the day with his two grandsons I just can't believe this this is what's going on but the help procedure Willie PD law enforcement was able to find a second person with gunshot wounds inside that Carly's are still trying to figure out what prompted the shootings what was meant to be a quick stop for gasoline Ian black diamond ended with a man watching his own truck being stolen with his dog in the back just fill out the band but that although in the truck as as pain I saw the truck take off right in front of me this is a real I didn't think it could be real it was crazy Carl Sanders still can't believe it a trip he says he's made a thousand times to this black diamond gas station took a horrible turned Friday night are probably staring straight at me like what's going on and he just continued to rip out of the parking lot at a very high rate mangers speed.

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"Get hit with several inches of snow by early Wednesday with the heaviest accumulation expected through late Monday morning homeowners time seven oh seven new rules will still get will soon govern the way police officers in our state are investigated for their use of deadly force we get more from Kamel's Corwin hake police training already addresses the need to avoid deadly force at all costs according to sue RAR she's executive director of the Washington criminal justice training commission we spend a great deal of effort training officers not to get themselves in the situation for their only choice is to use deadly force but when such force must be applied she acknowledges it also must be adequately investigated now the Seattle Times reports Rogers commission has hammered out new rules to be announced this week including one demanding that a regional independent investigative team examine every use of police deadly force such teams would be entirely separate from any law enforcement agencies own internal review the goal is to overcome the unofficial blue code under which officers remained silent about a college misconduct up to and including unjustified use of force Corwin Hey como newsletter hospitalized after being shot and Burlington over the weekend they were found more than five miles apart couples Nick pop I'm sorts it all out police say they found a guy from Mount Vernon on the ground here with a gunshot wound and we're told that a car had left shortly after the shooting just a little while later in cedar will the police were able to find a car that matched the description inside the parking lot of this motel the person working for the motel said that he had seen police officers and the car in the lot but the help from cedar Willie P. D. law enforcement was able to find a second person with gunshot wounds inside that car Wes right del lives in Berlin in in the spending the day with his two grandsons he says it makes him think twice about bringing them into town well you seem like a little town like it's safe enough to go or wander around you never know you know bill and police are still trying to figure out what prompted the shootings in the first place a quick stop for gas and black diamond and to route the man's truck being stolen his dog was inside he told his story to como's Cole Miller just fill out the band but then although in the truck as as pay and I saw the truck take off right in front of me this is a real I didn't think it could be real it was crazy Carl Sanders still can't believe it a trip he says he's made a thousand.

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New Rules Will Govern Investigations of Police Shootings in Washington

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:12 min | 2 years ago

New Rules Will Govern Investigations of Police Shootings in Washington

"Police officers in our state are being trained in the art of threat management in hopes of reducing incidents in which they must use deadly force while that training takes hold the new rules will govern deadly force investigations more on that from call most Corwin Hey hundred changes mandated by voter approved I nine forty the state will seek to ensure an independent panel of detectives investigates any case in which an officer use of deadly force such a panel would operate separately from an agency's own internal investigation former king county sheriff's two RAR is executive director of the Washington criminal justice training commission she says the effort really starts with training officers to manage any threats to their safety or others when you're driving down the freeway you do all your own little threat management with other cars on the freeway and so for a police officer in the field they have to just be constantly thinking about what might be what might be happening around me that I I don't want to lose track of the training also emphasizes de escalation and mental health awareness when a deadly force investigation is called for the model will be Snohomish county's multiple agency response team or smart the training commission proposes up to fifteen such regional investigative

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"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"criminal justice training commission" Discussed on KOMO

"To enjoy retirement she already accepted a job with the state criminal justice training commission training other officers transportation workers urging you to avoid driving through downtown Bellevue on floral five this weekend the workers are shutting down several on and off ramps along the northbound lanes until Monday morning tomorrow night they'll closed all northbound lanes until Monday it's all due to construction involving the new light rail bridge everything should be opened by the Monday morning commute comedies time is seven ten and from the sports desk today in Toronto Blue Jays beat the mariners seven to three in couples bill Swarts says the Seahawks plan to use some front line players in their second preseason game few of the Seattle starters played in the first preseason game against Denver they might get more snaps a Sunday night against the Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowl linebacker Bobby Wagner return to see hard practice after an undisclosed lower body procedure head coach Pete Carroll asked whether we'll see Wagner at all before the regular season games he would be better off if he could play some just to get going just to get a feel but other than that you know he's he's a master what we're doing and all he'll play well placed sharp and smart because he's been involved with all the mental side of the stuff two weeks from tomorrow the Washington Huskies kick off their twenty nineteen football schedule at home against eastern Washington on come all news and the Seattle Sounders continue their soccer road trip in LA Saturday night against the galaxy rave greens three no loss at Salt Lake drop them from second all the way to fifth place in the MLS Western Conference sports update to ten and forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies come news he there DC sports fans baseball season is in full swing and Walmart has all the official gear you need to show your naps pride this year no matter where you are in the DMV.

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