36 Burst results for "Deputy Chief"

U.S. Digital Response and the Volunteer Tech Effort

Commonwealth Club

05:38 min | 9 hrs ago

U.S. Digital Response and the Volunteer Tech Effort

"President Obama's chief data scientist, talks with US Digital response cofounders Jennifer Palka and really knew as well as racially A member of US digital response. You know the place. I wanted to kind of start this conversation with you. Is almost rewinding the clock back and Tio where we were, and it's it's hard to to remember. But You know, it hasn't been that long. Since then. She all came together. March 16th, You know, that was 133 days ago or 19 weeks or on Lee 36.34% of 2020. Not long but to put it in perspective. What was what was coded like at that time. When, when, when? Back in March, 16. You know we had 4500 people who had tested positive in the United States and 88 had died. Six of which were in California. Sam Cisco Bay Area had moved to a shelter in place, and it was three days before a governor Newsome had issued a stay home order for the whole entire state. Ouchy had just warned that the worst is just ahead of us. It was his first time really warning that publicly. And so you know what we think about how much change from the numbers back then to now, I want you to take us back to the initial moment and that that almost that realization Of why jump into this? Why create us digital response when people the numbers weren't as bad as people have thought, What what got you to see this? And and maybe railing? Could you talk to us about how you came together? US digital response. I would say we started off a somewhat simple idea and a bit of a prediction. It was founded by a former U. S deputy chief technology officer is like John He was here and season tech industry veterans more like myself, and we kind of came together with this idea and thinking that With the pandemic. We were going to see government systems and government teams really be stretched beyond their current limits. And knowing all of the wonderful tech really talented tech expertise we have in this country. Is there something there? We can connect the people who have this expertise with the government teams are really going to need that hope to scale beyond problems that we've really never seen. So I think what happened was that was a thesis and we basically gave it a shot. We put a call out for help to technologists and we reached out to government people working in government that we knew their networks and we're basically like Is there something here? Can we provide help? As a team. We've really just been blown away by what we've been able to dio on Both sides. I think we've seen on one hand. We've seen those government services be taxed in a way that's really unprecedented. And in a way that goes way beyond where we made initially thought or on health care. We see systems being affected like Government service is like voting toe accessing benefits in the social safety net in general, and I think we've been overwhelmed by the interest from technologists who raised their hands to help so Probably. Within our first few weeks, we had thousands of technologists all over the country raised their hand sign up online just to say, Hey, I'm here here on my skills. I want to help. And so I would say USTR has served as that bridge that gap kind of bridge that gap between tech and I just want to help and governments in need and when we've really seen that the model works. So we're just about past four months of existence, and we've had over 5500 volunteers sign up to help from all over the country. We've actually taking on over 130 different projects with states and counties and city government teams in a TTE this 1300.27 different states, which kind of really amazing when I think about that. And as I said, it's all happened in just a matter of months. I mean, it's just phenomenal. You know, Raph, why did you join? What? What? What? What you did to this effort You have, like endless job opportunities with your background. Yeah, I was one of the first volunteers with you See, are the newbie on this panel? It's because I was spending all my time Energy doom, strolling and reading the news on DH. Release is worrying about the future on that didn't feel good night background is in Tech Azan Engineering executive You know, like I have worked at a few different startups and developing amazing roller coasters. But the thought experiment that I run when I'm thinking about leaving a group or joining group is if this group of people who succeed beyond their wildest dreams like what would the net impact on the world being In past companies have sometimes thought like I feel pretty neutral office like I love the people and the projects are interesting. But what is the impact? And so I've been on kind of a quest for the past few years to find a way to make That kind of impact it scale back in March. In this tiny thing that you're talking about. There was a lot of energy from the tech community, especially here in surface Go like the hacker news readings that to try and find ways to help and it seemed to me like a lot of the Things that people are working on. We're a little bit like solutions in search of problems like The solutions that are going to move the needle are going to be like something crazy, innovative. It's going to be mass cooperation and distribution and logistics and the kind of things that we infected government for. So a mutual friends talking about USTR, and when I read about it, heard about it. It was like this is this is the way we have to help governments. Let's help them be responsive to the needs. And so I had, like. The man's privilege of having the time of the financial security volunteer for free for a while. And the anxiety to not sit around doing nothing

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Fresh update on "deputy chief" discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

00:54 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "deputy chief" discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"At about five twenty, and again at the end of the Hour Impo Twain, we will throw a hack at a dumpster it to story we talked about a couple of weeks ago, and then some time before that to involving. A politician, you gotta be kidding. Also trying to imitate a better known national politician as your hints. Dominating the news this last hour or so is the story that Ruth Bader Ginsburg United States Supreme Court justice has passed away at the age of eighty seven officially pancreatic cancer. She had been bounding stages of cancer for about ten years and. The announcement was made by the Supreme Court that she has passed away. Right we'RE GONNA talk to Paul, Mango, the deputy chief of staff for policy at health and Human Services and the trump administration We're going to talk with him about when the vaccine is approved and is ready for distribution. How is that going to work? Let's get Paul on how are you welcome to the John and Ken show. Would like to start and just reiterate your comment, which is to honor a life of public service been in. That is justice GINSBURG. So we all mourn her passing and thanks for Thanks for helping US remember that but I'm here to. Answer any questions you might have about the operation warp speed and the distribution of our vaccine. So fire away. All right. Well We're all hoping that. Maybe let's let's just say December first for argument's sake. That there is. the the drug companies announced that they have completed tests and the vaccine works or works well On. How long does it take? Presumably. Before the FDA with their expedited orders from the trump administration to say, okay, it's safe. For. People. To. Use. So I. Just like to this in context I'll answer your question but. Operation Warp speed has led to. The fastest time in the history of mankind the fastest time in the history of mankind from the identification of virus to the time, we got the phase three clinical trials. We have three of our six candidates in phase three clinical trials. we also the fastest time in the history of mankind that we've enrolled sixty thousand individuals in these trials in less than six weeks. So it's really quite a phenomenal effort and the best scientists, logisticians and public health experts in the country are working around the clock to make it happen. So with that said, there is a organization called the data and Safety Monitoring Board an independent. Body that is watching these clinical trials. It's only when they. Say. The data are ready that the data go back to the sponsoring. the pharmaceutical company, and then the pharmaceutical company looks at it and when the pharmaceutical company feel satisfied with it, they send it to the FDA. So you asked me about what happens when it gets to the FDA. There is a body we center of Biologics at the FDA and they have a bunch of professionals who look at all of the data and all of the statistics about the trials, and they have to determine a couple of things whether it reaches our threshold for efficacy in other words is that is that effective in.

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Over 450 arrests made by Atlanta Police related to street racing, car stunts over last 6 months

Atlanta's Morning News

00:24 sec | 4 d ago

Over 450 arrests made by Atlanta Police related to street racing, car stunts over last 6 months

"Police to crack down on street racing in Atlanta appear to be paying off. There have been 459 arrests since February Deputy Chief Michael Connor. We've seen the most significant activity in the bucket area and then coming down into upper mid town people who live near the ST Racing hot spot still chattel to action news, Just like we live in the middle of a war zone, those taken into custody face $1000 fines and up to six months in jail. Mark

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Firefighters rescue worker after partial collapse of midtown Atlanta parking garage

Dana Loesch

00:46 sec | Last week

Firefighters rescue worker after partial collapse of midtown Atlanta parking garage

"Firefighters think fast and do a different kind of rescue when six construction workers get trapped in the partial collapse of a parking deck in mid town. Atlanta W. A. S P s. Veronica Waters has this update. Their typical airbag assisted extraction for an entrapment was too risky on the 11th floor of a parking deck under construction because it lend itself So maybe pushing down on DH continue to collapse. So Atlanta Fire Deputy Chief Glenn Riley says firefighters rigged the collapsed pieces with rope and sawed through rebar sliding out. The man who was conscious and enduring serious leg injuries were speaking him all along all while using the radio of his colleagues so they could direct the crane operator because he had no line of sight to his pen colleague. That was an awesome job. Veronica Waters 95.5 WSB

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Rochester police leaders announce their retirements in wake of suffocation death of Daniel Prude

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | Last week

Rochester police leaders announce their retirements in wake of suffocation death of Daniel Prude

"Police leaders in Rochester, New York, are retiring on Mass amid criticism of that city's handling of the suffocation death of Daniel Prude. Iran. Singletary, the city's police chief, is among those retiring as his deputy chief, Joseph Morabito, and possibly other senior commanders. Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren made the surprise announcement during a video conference with City Council members. I am confirming that chief Singletary today announced his retirement. Along with commando more. Vito. I want to thank Chief Singletary and Commander more veto for their service proved a 41 year old black man died several days after the encounter with police in March. Officers who found him running naked down the street put a hood over his head to stop him from spinning and held him down for about two minutes until the apparently stopped breathing. He died a week later after being taken off life support.

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Daniel Prude: Rochester, New York and Dallas Police Leaders Resign in Wake of Policing Protests

Fox News Rundown

00:23 sec | Last week

Daniel Prude: Rochester, New York and Dallas Police Leaders Resign in Wake of Policing Protests

"Chief the deputy chief and two top commanders abruptly resigning from the police department in Rochester, New York, Tuesday. After another night of protests over the death of Daniel proved last spring after he'd been restrained by police during an arrest. Dallas police chief You Rene Hall also resigning her position after criticisms of the way her department and handled protests in Dallas.

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Rochester police chief, deputies step down suddenly following protests over death of Daniel Prude

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | Last week

Rochester police chief, deputies step down suddenly following protests over death of Daniel Prude

"Now in that bomb sale, a major sick up in the police leadership as the city grapples with the unrest Bird by the death of Daniel Prude as the protests continue after a video surfaced showing the 41 year old black man pinned to the ground with his hand cover Police breast have decided to call it a career in mass. Yeah, everybody's retiring newsman Lionel Moise. With that story tonight. The entire command staff of the Rochester Police Department is retiring, including the police chief and deputy chief's mayor. Lovely warn making that announcement at a City Council meeting today, police chief Laurent Singletary releasing a statement. Sing the actions he took after the death of Daniel Prude are being mischaracterized, and there are attempts to destroy his character, Mayor Warren, adding the chief was not asked to resign and that he did not try to cover anything up. Apparently, that wasn't enough to convince the chief to stick around, though council members had expected him to show up in person to talk about it, but so far no personal dialogue with them.

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Rochester police chief steps down following Daniel Prude's death

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last week

Rochester police chief steps down following Daniel Prude's death

"Of Rochester, a major shake up in the police leadership asked the city grapples with the unrest spurred by the death of Daniel Prude as the protests continue after a video surfaced showing the 41 year old black man pinned to the ground with his head cover, the police brass have decided to call it a career and mass His man Lionel Moy ease with our story tonight. The entire command staff of the Rochester Police department is retiring, including the police chief and deputy chief's mayor. Lovely warn, making that announcement at a City council meeting today police chief Laurent Singletary, releasing a statement saying the actions he took after the death of Daniel Prude are being mischaracterized, and there are attempts to destroy his character. Mayor Warren, adding the chief was not asked to resign and that he did not try to cover anything up. But apparently

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Young adults blamed as UK sees sharp spike in virus cases

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Young adults blamed as UK sees sharp spike in virus cases

"The British government is facing pressure to act fast to keep a lid on daily new coronavirus infections of the shop spike across Britain law she blamed on policy going young adults disregarding social distancing daily new coronavirus infections and all about double the level of just last week and on Monday it's nearly three thousand for the second day running that's prompted speculation which is government is considering tightening some restrictions such as reducing the number of people gathering in dole's in England from the current limit of thirty the government's deputy chief medical officer Jonathan van tam says while the rise in infections is much more monks among people between seventeen and twenty one he was as much concerned about a more general and creeping to graphic trend across the country Charles Taylor this month London

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Yvette Gentry, former deputy chief, to be Louisville's interim top cop starting Oct. 1

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:47 sec | Last week

Yvette Gentry, former deputy chief, to be Louisville's interim top cop starting Oct. 1

"L. MPD chief Rob Schroeder. Is exiting that job and a face familiar toe. L MPD is stepping in until a permanent chief is named a shake up this summer in the Louisville Metro Police Department has left the city looking for a new police chief Mayor Greg Fischer Monday, said current in term chief Rob Schroeder's plenty to retire on October 1st. In the meantime, we need another experience respected, distinguished public safety professional To take on the role of interim chief of our Police department. And I'm happy to announce that the new interim leader of L. A P D, is a vet Gentry. Gentry spent over two decades with El MPD as she was appointed deputy chief in 2011, retiring in 2014 Gentry is the first woman to ever leave the department. Sean Gallagher news radio 8 40.

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Black woman to lead police force reeling from Breonna Taylor

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Black woman to lead police force reeling from Breonna Taylor

"The Kentucky police department involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor will now be headed up by a black woman the mayor of Louisville Kentucky's announced that a retired metro police commander is returning to become the new interim chief as the city reels with more than a hundred days of protest over the botched police raid that led to the fatal shooting of medical worker Brianna Taylor inside her apartment former deputy chief event gentry becomes the first woman to serve as chief and the third African American to hold the post local media report gentry retired in twenty fourteen the former chief was fired and his successor has announced he's retiring I'm Jackie Quinn

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Dallas police release body cam footage after man’s recent death in custody

Our American Stories with Lee Habeeb

00:51 sec | Last week

Dallas police release body cam footage after man’s recent death in custody

"District attorney and Dallas police opening an investigation into the in custody death of a man who Died. Russell Scott has more in accordance with new policy. Police body camera footage has been released. It shows officers talking Lee into surrendering You coming. No weapons. Outside. Lee appears to lose consciousness and officers begin chest compressions. He was then rushed to the hospital. Mr Lee passed away on September 2nd 2020. At approximately 8 58 PM Special Investigations unit is conducting a death in custody investigation into this incident, Deputy Chief Ruben Ramirez says Lee's wife told them Lee was high on cocaine at the time. There now. Waiting toxicology reports. Russell Scott NEWS radio 10 80 K R L D tells

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Murder Suspect Shot By Dallas Police After Car Chase And Crash

KRLD Saturday Morning News

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Murder Suspect Shot By Dallas Police After Car Chase And Crash

"Shot shot and and wounded wounded a a murder murder suspect suspect that that they they followed followed into into mesquite mesquite Friday Friday afternoon. afternoon. Police Police say say they they got got a a 901 901 call call from from 58 58 year year old old Gerry Gerry Ford, Ford, who who said that he had killed someone in an apartment complex. On Park Lane. Deputy chief Ruben Ramirez says police who responded to the call spotted the car of that victim 40 year old coal McChrystal uniformed officers got behind that vehicle. In a small chase ensued. That Chase led up to the 500 block of Parkwood trail where that vehicle eventually crashed, and four officers for Dallas officers were involved. In a officer involved shooting. Ford was hit taken to a nearby hospital. He's in stable condition. Police say he will face a murder turns Dallas

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Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

"The Seattle Police East East Precinct Precinct came came under under attack attack last last night night after after officer officer swept swept through through nearby nearby Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, removing removing illegal illegal campers campers and and tense tense Momo's Momo's Corwin Corwin Hank Hank reports reports it's it's happening. happening. Justus, Justus, the city's new interim police chief, assumes command former deputy chief Adrian Diaz has taken over a department still bedeviled by anti police protesters. One or more people, presumably from that protest movement logged flaming projectiles over the newly installed barrier surrounding the East Precinct. Starting at least one small fire. The The attack attack came came after after police police swept swept down down dozens dozens of of tents tents from from the the officially officially closed closed Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, a a move move this this neighbor neighbor supports. supports. I I do think that they have the right to shut it down. If it got too out of control, some neighbors have complained of smoke rising from illegal campfires here at the park. Police say the sweep also yielded weapons, including an explosive mortar, Ah, hatchet and a machete on Capitol Hill, Corwin Hey HQ, Momo News and dozens of Seattle police officers lined the downtown streets today to say goodbye to outgoing Seattle police chief Carmen Best.

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Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Seattle police clear homeless campers out of Cal Anderson Park

"The Seattle Police East East Precinct Precinct came came under under attack attack last last night night after after officer officer swept swept through through nearby nearby Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, removing removing illegal illegal campers campers and and tense tense Momo's Momo's Corwin Corwin Hank Hank reports reports it's it's happening. happening. Justus, Justus, the city's new interim police chief, assumes command former deputy chief Adrian Diaz has taken over a department still bedeviled by anti police protesters. One or more people, presumably from that protest movement logged flaming projectiles over the newly installed barrier surrounding the East Precinct. Starting at least one small fire. The The attack attack came came after after police police swept swept down down dozens dozens of of tents tents from from the the officially officially closed closed Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, a a move move this this neighbor neighbor supports. supports. I I do think that they have the right to shut it down. If it got too out of control, some neighbors have complained of smoke rising from illegal campfires here at the park. Police say the sweep also yielded weapons, including an explosive mortar, Ah, hatchet and a machete on Capitol Hill, Corwin Hey HQ, Momo News and dozens of Seattle police officers lined the downtown streets today to say goodbye to outgoing Seattle police chief Carmen Best.

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Gunfire Exchange Between Police, Suspects In Pilsen, Chicago; 1 Suspect Dead, 2 Others In Custody

Noon Business Hour

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gunfire Exchange Between Police, Suspects In Pilsen, Chicago; 1 Suspect Dead, 2 Others In Custody

"And police in the Pilsen neighborhood last night has left a person dead. Police say the exchange of gunfire happened shortly before 11 o'clock last night in the 1300 block of West 19th Street. According to Deputy Chief Daniel Oh, shape. Officers have been responding to a report of a suspicious person and that as they were getting out of their squad shots were fired at them. They shot back, hitting one person in the back of the head. No officers were injured. The wounded person was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition and later died. Two others were taken into custody and a couple of people got away. Police say the confiscated the alleged shooter's weapon. The officers were placed on administrative duty for the next month, which is standard procedure while the shooting is investigated. Ernie two for NewsRadio one or

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Shots Fired At And By Police In Pilsen, Chicago; 1 Suspect In Critical Condition, 2 Others In Custody

WBBM Morning News

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Shots Fired At And By Police In Pilsen, Chicago; 1 Suspect In Critical Condition, 2 Others In Custody

"Police in the Pilsen neighborhood has left a person hospitalized in critical condition and two others in custody. Deputy chief Daniel O'Shea says around 10 45 officers responded to calls of a suspicious person on the 1300 block of West 19th Street. They encountered five people on the sidewalk and shots were fired in the direction of the officers, he says. They returned fire, and one person was struck in the head. A gun has been recovered from the scene. President Trump is

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Philadelphia schools devoting time for emotional health every day

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Philadelphia schools devoting time for emotional health every day

"School begins in Philadelphia on Wednesday. Kyi Nobody's Mike DiNardo reports. A half hour of each online school day is going to be devoted to social and emotional health. Take the normal first day of school anxiety and compounded with the stress of a pandemic, social unrest and isolation. These air Areas that deserve intensive focus every year, but especially this year. That's why schools are taking 30 minutes each day for social support time, says Abigail Gray, the district's deputy chief of school climate and culture, She says it's a programme called healing together that targets trauma, social and emotional learning relationships and adult wellness. Grace says it's vital to address the anxieties of teachers and school staff. We know the adults whose own needs are not being met will struggle to beat the needs of students, she says. The programmes include an intensive focus on equity and anti racism.

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Los Angeles Police Department facing challenges meeting hiring goals amid civil unrest

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:53 sec | Last month

Los Angeles Police Department facing challenges meeting hiring goals amid civil unrest

"The Los Angeles Police Department says it has faced challenges meeting hiring goals, especially in the wake of civil unrest and the attitude some people have toward police work. LAPD's top brass told police commissioners. They expect 100 retirements come January within the department and that they do have a goal of hiring more women and minorities are goal is still to continue, You know, 100 African American officers and increased in hiring for for women includes about 131 deputy chief Bai is along with chief more talking with commissioners about these goals and how they plan to achieve them to focus lawfully but significantly on Africa America And women as our applicant pool. Everyone will be qualified. They also talked about obstacles specifically money within the upcoming fiscal year. LAPD has enough money to hire just 251 new sworn officers.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

05:27 min | Last month

"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"So you know it's not unusual today to see all these agencies working together. Hand in glove too saw a unique problem. Now you did mention before I watched interviews with you too in addition to the reading I. Believe of one of these lectures you were answering questions and you mentioned that one of the problems we have though is There are no first generation Somalis in the FBI. An example that you used or Sudanese or somebody like that, and the reason was that they couldn't vet them to give him a clearance. So then we're losing the talent of people who could be absolutely patriotic. But they can't be cleared to actually do the intelligence. Can you elaborate on that a little bit sure if you look at well when I joined the State Department Diplomatic Security Service, you know most of the agents we had very few women We had very few African Americans, I think in my. Class There were two African American agents maybe just one if memory serves me right I'm going back a few years now. And so you had you had an organization like ours that was. Everybody look like me and you're not going to be infiltrating Hezbollah or Al. Qaeda looking like me and so if you look at a part of the counter terrorism problems that are confronting our country today. You take a melting pot like New York City in The New York City intelligence division of the NYPD. has done a good job of bringing in various. Ethnic groups of minorities to work different problems, and that's how when you start looking at. Our counterterrorism problems across the country why the FBI has taken some local and state police officers in under their joint terrorism task force capacity. Because organizations have reached out and hired local cops that are representative of the communities that they live and work in have grown up in. And the US government clearance process is really very old school kind of Cold War fixated on. I've got to investigate Burton's. Parents just in case he Soviet spies they weren't. You know my dad was a coal miner from West Virginia. But my point is that people they they go back that far and they look in becomes very, very problematic to try to investigate. A. First Generation American. That might have immigrated here from Somalia or the Sudan or Lebanon. So that's part of the challenged when it comes to just hiring good people..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

05:24 min | Last month

"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"But. They do see that every four years maybe eight years we're going to get a new National Security Council a new administration. That's going to shift gears and go in different directions, and that's the way that it's always been. So when you look at their perception of events, they really are in for the long game and most of us in this country. art like that. You look at American corporations they're very much quarter driven. You look at the day to day lives of most of us were worried about how to stay healthy and Kovin, and the upcoming presidential election. We're not thinking about a generation ahead. We're hoping to survive or hoping to lead a good life and be prosperous, and we're hoping our kids will have a better life than we did. That was a great abrupt corporations I forgot the number but I think sixty five percent of the S. and P. Five hundred in two thousand or gone. Yeah. I'm not surprised with that number but I just know from interaction with corporations that. They do care to some degree about forecasting. But for the most part, they're very much driven by this quarter. And, maybe they're looking at the next quarter. So that's one of the problems when you start trying to deal with this kind of issue. That everybody that you're dealing with in the Middle East. Are Looking at this from the perspective of. Is the president going to be reelected or is there going to be a change of administrations if so who was going to be the new secretary of State? Which Direction will the National Security Council go? What will be the priority at that moment in time? I just know when I was an agent. The terrorism was not a priority. that. We just did not have the resources to deal with the problem in that centers on the fact that the entire intelligence community in those days Eric were driven by the Cold War it was the US versus the Soviet Union China and Cuba to a much lesser degree. And I hate to say this. As some of the students prejudice I mean. A lot of this is in the Third World and who cares about them anyway and I look at like Mac, Nia and you're talking about. And he's obviously was obviously a ruthless horrible killer so much blood on his hands however, he never pushed it enough to have a nine eleven on us he no, he hit things that..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

12:36 min | 5 months ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Coronacast

"This is an ABC podcast. Hello this is corona cost a podcast all about the corona virus. I'm health reported taken Tyler opposition journalists to Norman Swan. It's Wednesday the twenty second of April so as promised we have with us today. Deputy Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly. We've been asking questions that you want us to put to him. Am I gonNA try to get through as many as we can today? Thanks for joining us. Poll Oh you're welcome. Sorry tiny's asking about mosques. He's wondering why the federal government is still not recommending mosques for everyone who goes out in public and also he's asking why the federal government isn't supporting the states actions on school clashes firstly unmasks We look at the evidence As well and and as quickly as we can emerge in relation to masks and people would know nothing. Norman's mentioned it on this program in recent days in the US The Centers for Disease Control have recommended mask us in public certainly in the US situation and their epidemiology with way more cases in the general community perhaps make sense but for us firstly very few cases secondly masks not great protection. If you don't know how to wear them masks that are not made in the prescribe way will not be effective in Avenue in relation to stopping the spread of the virus or indeed protecting. How the so so. That's the reason we we haven't recommended masks at the moment in previous times. There was a shortage. Of course we wanting master remain for our frontline. Health Workers That's been relieved in in recent times with an increase in supply. So that's That's no longer a raisin so just on master moment. I mean people recognize that it this is about. Acm dramatic spreads. If you've got and you don't know what you might reduce the spread. How how bad with the epidemic to get an Australia for the small benefit to be worth it. You think in masks if you had the resources if there were enough masks around a lot worse than what it is now Norman I think would be the short answer and as as an epidemiologist of course I would always say depends but certainly if there was widespread community transmission could at that point be reviewed sped at the moment. We don't believe it's the right way. And what about twenty second question one on school closures in the State sections here? Yeah so the school closures is an interesting one Certainly the Strang Health Protection Committee has been very clear from the beginning In our advice to the national cabinet but the national cabinet is made up of nine. Different states in different states have to make their own decisions to the elected governments. And they're the ones that run the school system so So some have gone further than others. So the N. T. For example. They haven't closed schools in South Australia. In other places they've directly and specifically asked kids to stay at home in New South Wales Somewhere in between the suggesting that children should start coming back one day a week. I think there's a couple of issues here firstly in our current situation. Not Not a lot of Transmission in society and so that would be the same in schools. We know that transmission amongst children is not strong and children themselves. Do not get severe illness. We know that pretty strongly now including in Australia indictor Australian investigations of of our brakes. There is the question of course in a very valid question about teachers and their safety and all of the brakes. We've looked at has tended to start with a teacher or appearance and spread amongst teachers so the staffroom is actually the most dangerous place rather than the schoolroom room or the school yard in terms of of teachers. So Carrie asks on schools. Why are we reopening schools when social distance is so important and supposed to add onto? Kelly's question I'd ask as well. How'd you socially distance when you've got fourteen year olds in the playground very difficult and I understand that my my my sister effective of my sisters a teachers one of them currently working as the school's Comeback in New South Wales? So of course these things are challenging. And I think the the point is you can do as best you can. In terms of social distancing is certainly a lot you can do about hygiene around the school. Kids go to school. But they're not allowed to play on public playgrounds. Yeah well that's that's a challenge. Some of these things. I can certainly say how it's it's difficult to maintain those two conflicting pieces of advice. I'd I'd say this so at least in schools we do know who's on the school playground and and there is some ability within the school environment to increase those hygiene messages and cleaning for example public playgrounds a bit less of a controlled environment. More open to others coming in so I think that's part of it but look I think as as we go forward it's been we've been so successful in dampening down the curve flattening the curve and so few cases that in the next month. We'll be saying the relaxation of many of those things that have been introduced. So we've got some questions on strategy and a radical roll up the three questions and just tell you what they are because the overlap Margaret ask Kuby covered nineteen from our shores. And she says if so. Why aren't we apparently not doing so? Henry asks wise the federal government not moving towards a covered nineteen limitation strategy. Luciana asks why would we even consider stopping the current measures diminishing the spread of the virus before complete eradication so three questions on the theme yes so the theme of strategy so that was made much more explicit last week by the Prime Minister and the chief medical officer Brennan Murphy was just outlines what we have indeed been doing all along but making it more explicit and that's about a suppression strategy. So that's in between the let it rip or herd immunity strategy that some countries are going along. Which if you do that you end up with a lot of lot of infections. And some of those will be severe about twenty percent of them And people die and so that is not a strategy. That we're looking for brought at the other end is of course. Lock everything down and look for ratification. that's New Zealand Strategy Now. New Zealand quite interestingly has announced they're starting to pull back from that That lockdown phase. And they'll be much closer to where we are in terms of handling this forest more Into the future we've ended up in the same place. Interestingly and we've had more cases than New Zealand but not a lot more in recent the recent weak very few cases and virtually non yesterday outside of Tasmania and New South while so So I think we're getting to a similar place of through that suppression strategy. I think is it possible to actually eradicate this forest altogether from Australia? It might be certainly eliminating it as a public. Health problem. Appears to be where we're heading at the moment with `sufficient strategy. So just how long would you wait before? You're fairly sure. In other words you talk starting at Tenneco the reproductive cycles of the vars. So let's say new. South Wales is the challenge here because they've had more cases than any other state. They are working hard at doing. A Lotta tasting so. This is not a criticism New South Wales but it is the challenge. But let's assume we get down to zero in all states. How many days in a row before you think? We're actually in a pretty good shape here and we can let the break off albeit slowly but we can let the break off this. Call a Chris Crystal Ball Question Norman. And that's always a difficult one but no not a biological question. Isn't it because you reproductive cycles of the virus and once she washed through for a couple of weeks surely you can be pretty sure? Yeah you would be short but it depends on a house it and now you the people are coming to get the testing the so called passive surveillance strategy which is what we've had at the moment. And most countries that have been far worse affected than us in in Europe and North America and and so many other countries. Now that passive surveillance depends on people. Coming recognizing that they're sick with the virus and getting this right test and that that is proving positive and flowing on their to public health but our challenge now is okay. That's seems to be drying up but will there may be other people in the communities to slowly brewing small outbreaks. We've seen that exactly playing out in North Western. Tasmania where Tasmania pull up the drawbridge and they went on that strategy of isolation but then several weeks later at some point there was someone that had the virus which led to other people having the virus and now they have eighty so can can change rather quickly and brings us to our border controls to at the moment the borders are essentially shadow there trillions continuing to come home we will continue to get a trickle of cases only needs a few of those two to get out into the community so so. I think declaring this over is going to be a very difficult thing to do but I think the other side is is balancing up the the other effects of locking down we've done and digressing business social interactions and all of the other things made for Iran wellbeing as well as that of the economy. So I'm going to take the privilege of being coarseness my own question here Paul. Kelly given that it's possible that as you say you get a few cases trickling through and as a Cuban saying there was one point of the end of November. There was just one person in the whole wide world with what would come to be known as covered nineteen and look where we are now with well over two million cases and over one hundred thousand deaths and we could get a second wave so this question is relevant because we could come to a second wave necessarily which might be worse than the first looking back and it's only four and a half months. What if anything would you do differently? If you again and I'm not talking about the second wave I'm talking about. Let's go back in time. And what would you do differently? I remember very clearly the first time I heard about this forest so there was It's as you say. Probably sometime in November. There was something happening in Hubei Province. We weren't absolutely clear about that. In fact there was no sort of external reports about that until the first of January was actually the time when we were first notified through World Health Organization contexts Aww forty-three cases of an unusual happening in Wuhan. We look very closely at that and and and decided that this was something we should keep a close eye on so we immediately had had a meeting about that To decide what we should do. And we put some information out to the states and territories and through them A carnival a alert. Not Alarmed message to our emergency department. So we were onto this very quickly by mid January. We decided that things hadn't really changed much in China at least officially and then all hell broke loose as we know from From reports that came out of Wuhan and then rapidly other parts of China. Just interrupt so you give yourself ten ten here or I think if we'd known a bit more more quickly about what was happening in China than That might have might have changed Something's but by by on the twenty first of January. We'd already relies that. This actually had some was a disease pandemic potential and we moved to a higher Higher level at that point so the the question is whether whether we could or should have done things more quickly I think after that on the first February we got modeling that demonstrated that China was possibly. The rest of John was was heading towards being the Siamese Wuhan And on that same day was when we put in the restrictions about people coming from China or other than Australian Citizens and residents so and things escalated quickly like that and through much in particular Things moved very rapidly. Could we have gone a bit more quickly? Perhaps but in the end of the day you were in such a good situation now It's hard to see where we could have could have done other things but you know we learn from these things. These these are the best exercises we can do to test our preparedness and our reaction to these things and so we will be more prepared for a second wife if it comes because we've gone through a first wife Freshman Kelly. Thank you very much for joining us on current cast. You will come no one. That's over Coronas today if you've got a comment or question sending in go to ABC dot net slash corona virus and feeling the form and make sure you use the word. Khurana cost so that we can find it. If you like the show give us a rating and review at Apple. Podcast helps others to find us and we really like reading. We'll see you tomorrow bye. You've been listening to an ABC podcast. Discover more great. Abc. Podcasts live radio and exclusives on the IB. Say Listen APP..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Detroit police department as a deputy chief talked about his philosophy as a leader what it starts with community and the officers when I say that is an engagement that must happen simultaneously for example parts of me even joining the selfie police department when I knew I was in the process and was coming to a point where apple's will be selected I the ride alongs with the officers give me opportunities to see the city to me some community members wiles out with the officers and also given the opportunity to talk to somebody office about with some of the concerns are within the city how the morale is and we have some meaningful conversation to give me some insight prior to me even arriving because it's no secret you know coming from a different department you an outsider questions were the merge with we'll he turned south you into the city of Detroit how he treated us and so I will not turn the city south you into Detroit however during my experience with the trade we went to with a consent judgment and we learn best practices national breast praxis so those are the things that will bring into the city of Southfield looking at the current training looking at the current policies and how we enhance our policies to represent national best practices when you speak of the community again I try to take opportunities to meet our community members we had our first citizen advisory board meeting at ten at that very well the community in that room was very receptive of my leadership we had conversations some of my strategies in fact over the past week and it was it a Kimmy horn concert were a lot of south your residents attended I've worked both days Friday and Saturday each folks sole purposes of meeting members of Southfield community let them see who I am having conversations we have some fun taking pictures and just having like conversation so again community engagement police officer how would you describe the relationship between police and and and residents here in the city was I'm glad you mentioned that because as I did my ride alongs and more recently met with citizens at the two day concert event overwhelmingly the citizens reports to me that the city of south a police officer were professional they were kind to give examples of engagement opportunities to give examples of times where they resolve issues for them and it made me feel very good to know I'm coming to an organization that has professionalism as at its core and in those so this is again reminded me of that in this year me that's already happening that is chief elven bearing the new police chief in the city of Southfield W. W. Cheney's time one fourteen stay right there we'll check sports next now there's another way.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A deputy chief medical examiner testifying at the James Lee, Ramsey guy trail and Wednesday when Dr wise Lulla to Loma took the stand. She said that Terrell Thomas died of dehydration one week after Ramsey guy in two other Milwaukee county jail staffers shut off the water to his cell sink determined. But it was at the behest of another. And I. The mother of is homicide during cross examination Ramsey guys. Attorney got Dr Tacoma to say there were no medical records that show Thomas was showing signs of dehydration prior to his death such a stripes, and Dr uk-us membranes seen Mellberg WTMJ news. It was a call. So never forget Douglas county dispatcher Amy Paulin field of the nine one one call that alerted authorities that Jamie class had escaped from her captor. She says she stayed on the line for half an hour, helping those around Jamie, stay calm and safe until law enforcement arrived on multi think of a thirteen year old going through something like that. I just breaks my heart for the rest of my life. I'm going to think about that little girl, and where she is at my whole and says she normally works the night shift, the call came during her first day shift in fear five year career, Barron county sheriff Christopher FitzGerald says his deputies he has rather his deputies bags made criticism that they could have stopped Jimmy clauses abduction before it. Even started court documents say police responded to the clause. How's the morning that her parents were shut and? Killed it actually pass Jake Pedersen's vehicle on the road when they were responding to the shots fired. Call FitzGerald says it is not routine for police to stop vehicles when responding to house calls adding that his deputies were ensure at the time what they would encounter. Once they got to the home day twenty seven of the partial government shutdown, and it's now starting to have an effect on kids in schools ABC's. Elizabeth her impact even trickling down to students who rely on free or reduced fee meals at school one North Carolina school announcing lunch menus are being revised to conserve food and funding.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Because someone exercised their second, amendment rights Also here. At, the top I hope to give some of you an idea Because I want to speak, to someone right now and maybe you're that person. You're sitting in your car you're sitting at home And maybe you're at a point of transition in your life you cannot find whatever opportunity you need to move forward job opportunities have just, not materialized for you I've got an idea for you The idea is in the form, of jobs that are in demand? Do they cannot find workers for I, want you to stay tuned because I'm going to talk about this. Shortly if you're in that place you're trying to figure out what, to do any to stay tune Because this could. Be a transformative few minutes, for you maybe a light bulb will come off and you'll recognize Direction I want to go I wanna start off talking about a. Back to school events This was in Titusville Florida Now Context I want you to understand this story within is the idea of what happens with mainstream media coverage and rush vary for refers to the drive by media because if there is a catastrophe and we've got children killed And teachers its role the wall coverage And in most cases it is justifiably so, there's a need, to cover these stories having said that how about if, you prevent something like this. From happening we're kind of media attention, does that deserve This is what, happened in Titusville, Florida armed bystander concealed carry license shot a gunman who, opened fire at a back. To school event Happened over the weekend The event Started With a fist. Fight one of the individuals involved in the fight later came back to the park with the back to school event was ongoing and opened fire endangering the lives of dozens of. Children. Dozens can you imagine how disastrous this could have been All. It. Takes his one person one person with a gun To stop an evil person with, evil intent with a gun Here's. What happened the, bystander was legally licensed to carry a firearm by the way drew his weapon fired on the gunman shooting in the head The gunman was the only person injured Taken. To the hospital with life threatening injuries The person who fired the shots The gunman has. Been fully cooperative with law enforcement And everyone agrees if he had not. Acted the situation could have been much much worse. This is not the opinion of right. Wing commentators this is what the police have said Here's a direct quote the deputy chief of the, Titusville police department we're extremely grateful nobody else, was injured in the incident the suspect opened. Fire at a crowded public park this could have. Been so much worse by the way No churches Are expected in, this case The preliminary investigation indicates the citizen who stepped up to the plate. Here active within Florida law I just wanted to share, this reminder of yet again another example of how important it is to, exercise our second amendment rights the difference it makes. An armed citizen Ready and prepared Probably saved lives We've talked a number of times in recent weeks about the wonderful economic picture, that is developing especially in. The job market one. Of the, things in fact I've gotten so much positive feedback. From the discussion we had last week I had a friend come to me and say Vince I, was listening to your program. Last week when you. Were talking, about how some employers are dropping some of their. Requirements for college degrees Where did you get these ideas I never thought of these things before And was such a cool discussion That was that was really encouraging to me because that's exactly what I want to do is to foster this kind of discussion because so often what we do is we end up marching like robots in sync. With whatever the culture is doing and sometimes we need to bring disruption The culture is destroyed What are the results Of the economic picture of the, job market right now there are certain industries. That cannot find workers Revelation here, there's an industry that cannot. Find workers if I'm in a place where I'm looking for a job maybe this is a story. I need to pay very close attention to What are the skills, that I can bring to. The table that can perhaps meet a need And Open up a new opportunity for myself Here's what's happening Have the longest ever streak. Of job growth some American industries are having problems finding workers to. Fill their openings Many of these struggling industries pay well provide ample benefits In many cases? You would think what in the world's going on? Here, why is it They? Can't find workers Many millennials who are likely to be more educated than. The generations before them They're seeking employment in other sectors so these jobs for main on filled Let's talk about the first one construction US workers apparently. Aren't interested in replacing the aging workforce It's. A well paid industry does not require a college degree In many businesses.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"As deputy chief of staff to the president and the man i turn to for his opinion on this is larry claiming has done such great work over the years larry welcome to the savage nation from judicial watch welcome to the program how have you been how been me that's a big question it depends on it depends upon what i ate the meal before the weather the family relationships whether i have a migraine so lower you're still fighting the good fight you're out there and i know that you're vehemently at am i wrong in saying that you don't like the appointment i mean bill shines in there right well they rush to do that because i came out on friday and so did some other conservatives not friday the tuesday losing track of time and pointed out to the present this isn't a good choice i mean china has been alleged to have been part of a cover up with a woman laurie loon who alleges that he was set she was sexually harassed by rodger ales and forcibly detained in a hotel room while they were getting her psychiatrist to keep her under control and keep her quiet this needs to be investigated needs to be investigated by the authorities but larry wait trump names former fox exact bill shine to what he's been named already he's in there so what's the good of let me let me ask you this you've been supporting trump from the beginning right you never were an anti trump or you never know i i love the guy i think he's doing a great job all right so you're not like the other johnnycomelatelies like sean hannity who was if donald trump then suddenly liquors boots right right and i tell it straight up i mean so do you might that's why admire you some i've been i've been with trump for the beginning and he knows who is and who isn't he knows all the phonies now will make believe they love him was stabbing him in the back of backing other candidates but putting that aside why would he listened to rasputin who whispered in his ear and told him to take shine what what's the benefit to the president to do that i think he may be preoccupied with iran north korea illegal immigration and thinks that maybe this will solidify his relationship with fox news.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KNSS

"As deputy chief of staff to the president and the man i turn to for his opinion on this is larry klayman has done such great work over the years larry welcome to the savage nation from judicial watch welcome to the program have you been how by ben me that's a big question it depends upon it depends upon what i ate the meal before the weather the family relationships whether i have a migraine so larry you're still fighting the good fight you're out there and i know that you're vehemently i am i wrong in saying that you don't like the appointment bill shines in there right well they rushed to do that because i came out on friday and so did some other conservatives not friday the tuesday losing track of time might and pointed out to the present this isn't a good choice i mean shine has been alleged to have been part of a cover up with the woman laurie loon who alleges that he was she was sexually harassed by rodger ales and forcibly detained in a hotel room while they were getting her psychiatrist to keep her under control and keep her quiet this needs to be investigated needs to be investigated by the authorities but larry wait trump names former fox exact bill shine to why he's been named already he's in there so what's the good of let me let me ask you this you've been supporting trump in the beginning right you never were an anti trump or you never know i i love the guy i think he's doing a great job all right so you're not like the other johnnycomelatelies like sean hannity who was if donald trump then suddenly this boots right right and i tell us straight up i mean so do you might that's why admire you so i've been i've been with trump for the beginning and he knows who is and who isn't he knows all the phonies now will make believe they love him was stabbing him in the back of backing other candidates but putting that aside why would he listened to rasputin who whispered in his ear and told him to take shine what what's the benefit to the president to do that i think he may be preoccupied with iran north korea illegal immigration and thinks that maybe this will solidify his relationship with fox news.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"As deputy chief of staff to the president and the man i turn to for his opinion on this is larry klayman has done such great work over the years larry welcome to the savage nation from judicial watch welcome to the program how have you been how by ben me that's a big question it depends upon it depends upon what i ate the meal before the weather the family relationships whether i have a migraine so you're still fighting the good fight you're out there and i know that you're vehemently i am i wrong in saying that you don't like the appointment maybe bill shines in there right well they rush to do that because i came out on friday and so did some other conservatives not friday the tuesday losing track of time and pointed out to the president this isn't a good choice i mean sign has been alleged to have been part of a cover up with the woman laurie loon who alleges that he was she was sexually harassed by rodger ales and forcibly detained in a hotel room while they were getting her psychiatrist to keep her under control and keep her quiet this needs to be investigated needs to be investigated by the authorities but larry wait trump names former fox exact bill shine to why he's been named the red he's in there so what's the good of let me let me ask you this you've been supporting trump in the beginning right you never were an anti trump or you never know i i love the guy think he's doing a great job all right so you're not like the other johnnycomelatelies like sean hannity who was if he on donald trump then suddenly licked his boots right right and i tell us straight up i mean so do you might that's why admire you so i've been i've been with trump for the beginning and he knows who is and who isn't he knows all the phonies now will make believe they love him with stabbing in the back of backing other candidates but putting that aside why would he listen to rasputin who whispered in his ear and told him to take shine what what's the benefit to the president to do that i think he may be preoccupied with iran north korea illegal immigration and thinks that maybe this will solidify his relationship with fox news he doesn't need this the solidify anything with fox.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"As deputy chief of staff to the president and the man i turn to for his opinion on this is larry klayman has done such great work over the years larry welcome to the savage nation from judicial watch welcome to the program how by been me that's a big question it depends upon it depends upon what i ate the meal before the weather the family relationships whether i have a buy grain so lower you're still fighting the good fight you're out there and i know that you're vehemently i am i wrong in saying that you don't like the appointment bill shines in there right well it rush to do that because i came out on friday and so did some other conservatives not friday the tuesday losing track of time and pointed out to the president this isn't a good choice i mean sign has been alleged to have been part of a cover up with a woman laurie loon who alleges that he was she was sexually harassed by rodger ales and forcibly detained in a hotel room while they were getting her psychiatrist to keep her under control and keep required this needs to be investigated needs to be investigated by the authorities but larry wait trump names former fox exact bill shine to why he's been named the right he's in there so what's the good of let me let me ask you this you've been supporting trump from the beginning right you never were an anti trump or you never know i i love the guy i think he's doing a great job all right so you're not like the other johnnycomelatelies like sean hannity who was if donald trump then suddenly lick this boots right right and i tell us straight up i mean so do you might that's why admire you so i've been i've been trump from the beginning and he knows who is and who isn't he knows all the phonies that will make believe they love him was stabbing him in the back of backing other candidates but putting that aside why would he listen to rescue who whispered in his ear and told him to take shine what what's the benefit to the president to do that i think he may be preoccupied with iran north korea illegal immigration and thinks that maybe this will solidify his relationship with fox news he doesn't need this this solidify anything with fox.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The deputy chief of staff for loretta lynch said they quickly realized that the meeting was problematic because the clinton was not just the former president but also the husband of someone who was under investigation yet well that's why she's the deputy chief of staff the deputy chief of staff said she felt shocked the end that they all felt completely blindsided the senior counselor said they were immediately aware that the meeting was ill advised than the optics were not great the optics were not great another one of the staffer said i would have much preferred a story that the attorney general turned a former president of the united states away on the tarmac but she doesn't make mistakes and she was not pleased with herself for making this kind of high stakes mistake highstakes mistake they made mistakes were bide i tried to fix the case and i got caught seven seven four says loretta lynch was just happy to get out of there without a bit lip eight four four five hundred forty two forty two doug you're next with howie carr go ahead doug hey how are we just like to make a couple of points about that i g report first of all i really do completely that although this doesn't give us everything we want and everyone's annoyed about this leaf no political bias as long as the facts laid out we can all draw our own inferences from that and we both sides are going to spend but once the facts are established i think will be you know in a much better position these emails are dug these emails are devastating i mean it it's just obvious that the the fbi has just become a democratic police state operation you're right it's it's absurd like watching fake news the public knows it they can say there's no evidence of bias that you read texts and emails and it's it's crystal clear so that's that's just silly but one thing i'm really interested in digging into this report to see is what justification do they give for giving them the unity to the it guy who actually destroy the servers after they were under subpoena right because the typical arms wasn't the thing is you you get the whole the small fish to to plead then you'd give them a why you move on you.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"About the opioid crisis or a mental health transit housing prices the car tax i could go on and on but i think he hit my point so while i'm proud of our state and our politicians for standing up to the man it would be nice if you did your day job first shouldn't the first priority of state government be to address the issues of these eight hey follows little help up in here and and in in in ladies to is kind of interesting because it doesn't matter uh i think when you're running for office in washington state we see that with the mayor right now uh were being asked now for seventy five million more dollars for homeless heroine is use non a big deal on the streets but all the method as pouring in from mexico right now is a huge problem on our streets and we try to get the mayor on today to talk about that and we try to get her on before it were having difficulty with that so we reach out hopefully we will get her on and then also we wanted to get police chief carmen best whose interim police chief right now uh i like her allow personally i think she might do me the next police chief you're in seattle because spd is now defending themselves for not arresting those seven protestors last week that santer streets for six and a half hours and backed up traffic on a friday afternoon enjoy was all absolutely nuts and they doubled down on it and you know who they sent out to talk about it was it the mayor no was a carmen best nel it was deputy chief fowler's someone you've never heard of before we don't need leadership from deputy chief fowler we've all never heard of before we want to hear from carmen best we want to hear from the mayor uh the mayors are now put up fences underneath a five five and other places and she didn't actually do that is actually the former mayor decided to do that was gonna run for office leagues like rather cleanup some his the fences continue to go up a joint the chance of now spread into our neighborhoods what are we going to do about that we also found out that the door had this gentleman onto your truck is a home according to a local judge in i just pargue truck you're derelict rv your tag just about anywhere.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I could go on and on but i think he get my point so while i'm proud of our state and our politicians for standing up to the man it would be nice if you did your day job first shouldn't the first priority of state government be to address the issues of the state a fellas low help up in here both and the i in in in lays too is kind of interesting because it doesn't matter uh i i think when you're running for office in washington state we see that with the mayor right now uh were being asked now for seventy five million more dollars for homeless homelessness in word talk about this coming under the tough five thought we found out now heroine is just not a big deal on the streets but all the method his pouring in from mexico right now is a huge problem on our streets and we try to get the mayor on today to talk about that and we try to get her on before in were having difficulty with that so we reach out hopefully we will get her and then also we wanted to get police chief carmen best whose interim police chief right now uh i like her a lot personally i think she might do me the next police chief you're in seattle because spd is now defend gene themselves for not arresting those seven protestors last week that santer streets for six now of ours and backed up traffic on a friday afternoon and drove us all absolutely nuts and they doubled down on it it you know who they sent out to talk about it was it the mayor no was it carmen best nel uh it was deputy chief fowler someone you've never heard of before we don't need leadership from deputy chief fowler who we've all never heard of before we want to hear from carmen best we want to hear from the mayor uh the mayors are now put up fences underneath a i5 and other places and she didn't actually do that is actually the former mayor that decided to do that was gonna run for office to exert wilder cleanup some his test the fences continue to go up so the tense have now spread into our neighborhoods what are we going to do about that we also found out that the door had this gentleman onto your truck is a home according to a local judge now you just park your truck you're derelict rv your ted.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WTVN

"The columbus police deputy chief round michael woods loan says at extra officers member were fdic on hand at schools across the columbus city dropping school district news on friday amid traffic a rash of weather recent stay threats connected of violence made to form on social media news radio as 610 the day goes order wtvn we have extracurricular activities columbus tonight or these we won't two play lesbians some officers from there abc and provide news some extra security high visibility brad mielke so authorities if if offering people see more something examples they see something of how looks out of place find one of those to officers us pointed out from and let abc them respond news to that take care of it it address that i'm situation brad mielke authorities deputy chief offering woods yesterday more he examples tells students of how and a parents dolts let the that children if a threat at stone was made and douglas online high school down do not share it instead the guy aci go straight to the authorities so they can track it down the today meanwhile and westerville friday to schools went on lockdown after a threat was posted online and a student at westerville south high tried to run from a resource officer the student was caught uh and a search was undertaken four a firearm no firearm was taken parents meanwhile gathered outside worried about what was going on in the classroom abc six is tom bosco says that the lockdown was lifted around eleven o'clock yesterday morning but many parents still pulled their children out of school for the rest of the day a sevenyear process of testing rape kits at the ohio attorney general's office lam has been completed exactly eight thousand six hundred forty eight dna profiles have been compiled in a law enforcement database because of the scientific testing but it comes down to victims giving justice attorney general mike dewine made the announcement at the bcci lab outside london.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WTVN

"The columbus police deputy chief round michael woods loan says at extra officers member were fdic on hand at schools across the columbus city dropping school district news on friday amid traffic a rash of weather recent stay threats connected of violence made to form on social media news radio as 610 the day goes order wtvn we have extracurricular activities columbus tonight or these we won't two play lesbians some officers from there abc and provide news some extra security high visibility brad mielke so authorities if if offering people see more something examples they see something of how looks out of place find one of those to officers us pointed out from and let abc them respond news to that take care of it it address that i'm situation brad mielke authorities deputy chief offering woods yesterday more he examples tells students of how and a parents dolts let the that children if a threat at stone was made and douglas online high school down do not share it instead the guy aci go straight to the authorities so they can track it down the today meanwhile and westerville friday to schools went on lockdown after a threat was posted online and a student at westerville south high tried to run from a resource officer the student was caught uh and a search was undertaken four a firearm no firearm was taken parents meanwhile gathered outside worried about what was going on in the classroom abc six is tom bosco says that the lockdown was lifted around eleven o'clock yesterday morning but many parents still pulled their children out of school for the rest of the day a sevenyear process of testing rape kits at the ohio attorney general's office lam has been completed exactly eight thousand six hundred forty eight dna profiles have been compiled in a law enforcement database because of the scientific testing but it comes down to victims giving justice attorney general mike dewine made the announcement at the bcci lab outside london.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KTRH

"Now at deputy chief of mission at what was it that the condo africanrepublic he was in the dcm as the guy that kony 2012 we was involved kony 2012 was the yeah and and he's actually he was ashley uh uh part of the uh the see the head cia guy is is the dcm in any man any amiss embassy well once again waited somebody we need somebody to make a document of what happened so they have their people on the ground and make a document like i said this is a cya by i'm not gonna say it's a false flag i'm saying it's an experiment it was in it smacks of exp german tation of of crowd dynamic in how the crowd dynamic changed and that's why the police stood down because as i said before many of the confrontation so we've had in the past here in oregon and other places with these protests in the in the way they've gotten out of hand they've always been people against the police this time was the people against the people and both a fighting factions didn't care of the police were there are not they wanted war they wanted to fight and nobody remembers any police presence if you if you look around in africa and read some of the interviews many people were say were saying that they did even they didn't even notice the police they didn't see a police presence at all so apparently that was all blocked out of their minds somehow there were cops there and they didn't know what to do about did you also hear that that the guy that was driving the car was actually a former employee of securitas the same company that the orlando shooter had just recently gotten fired from interesting interesting all right well yes thanks for giving you that information all all digby ever and find more tony thank you for the call triple eight six seven three 37 under that's.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Science Friday

"Sort of a amid level politically appointed position right now he's the um deputy chief technology officer and that's the only person that on trump has put in on so we don't really know me eased probably talking with folks ministries probably talking to his political advisers now on your while some of these agencies wait for the directors to be named the are acting officers it's it's not completely empty can kenny nonpermanent acting officer suffice well it's a different kind of job there are really top notch people in the in all these agencies who take on the acting role in a time when the position is open and of course they keep the home trains running on time and make sure the agency is his following the rules on and delivering on its products but you can really can't expect somebody in an acting positions taken initiative uh to push forward on policy uh directions that the he or she may feel uh are important even even those that have been fully vetted inside the agency or sort of pete up ready to go uh they act the person in an acting vision understands that to here she's not really expected to do that lee that's my view then there some really good people but it's a very different job did you think that these slow appointments are a way of signalling a disinterest in science by the minute well i it and the president's not fed lot about finance the when it was running uh pay he didn't have much sibiud science except.

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