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New York Mayor De Blasio Urges Court System To Fully Reopen, Cites ‘Huge Backlog’ In Violent Crimes
"There. De Blasio blames the surge in violent crime on a perfect storm of causes. But he does not hesitate to point to a backlog of violent crime cases in the courts. As one of the chief reasons our criminal justice system needs to get back to full strength, our courts not only need to reopen they need reopen fully as quickly as Possible. To that end, the mayor has sent a letter to the chief judge into the district attorneys of the five boroughs, offering to help in any way that he can buttressing the mayor's case. Police Commissioner Dermot Shea put the situation in mortgage graphic terms. We have 4100 gun cases just in the last two years that are still open. Half of them indicted and on most all of them walking around next to you and me every day on the street and the commissioner declared. In this environment, the criminal justice system is just not working, adding it's playing for anyone to
De Blasio Unveils Plan To End Gun Violence In New York City
"Violence violence in in the the city, city, surging surging Mayor Mayor de de Blasio Blasio and and NYPD NYPD Commissioner Commissioner Dermot Dermot Shea. Shea. Announcing Announcing a a plan plan to try and get a grip on it through the there will be increased foot patrols, according to the commissioner, as well as officers in uniform and marked police cars. And that will be over laid with increased technology, everything from cameras that air mobile to license plate readers and Everything in between. We're going to need help on this. We're going to need help from district attorney's lawmakers or community or coming together cooperation. But I am very confident that we could turn this time as we move forward out of this. Merida. Blasio says the end gun violence plan will put resource is wherever they're needed, but would focus on particular places in the city where we're seeing an uptick in violence that would that would be parts of the Bronx in Brooklyn. There have been at least 634 shootings this year as of July 12th compared to 394 during the same period last year. That's according to The New York Times.
New York City Mayor de Blasio announces Central Brooklyn Violence Prevention plan
"NYPD chief of department expressed concerns about the rise in gun crimes in our fair city, playing it at the feet of recent moves to defund the police. And the removal of a unit whose job it was to remove illegal weapons while the mayor signed into law that so called so called bill today, part of the police reform, so that continues, But earlier, the mayor announced steps designed to combat gun violence, deploying more officers and mobilizing people in the communities where they tread is Juliet Papa, There will be peace marches where civilians and clergy will own the neighborhoods. Seven areas have been identified. Brooklyn Council member Robert Carnegie says Crown Heights in Bed Stuy will benefit from additional resources so we intend to wear those hospitals are located to provide long term sustainable services. Like jobs. Plus Mayor de Blasio was discussing with police Commissioner Dermot Shea, a strategy that replaces the efforts of the disbanded anti crime unit. It's taking the same officers and their abilities. And applying them in a way that really pinpoints the focus on where the crime is, He says. This is now a combination effort and community based focus to fighting crime.
New York Mayor De Blasio reacts to 'heartbreaking' shooting of 1-year-old: 'This is not anything we can allow in our city'
"Three police Commissioner Dermot Shea was in bed Stuy Brooklyn today, offering his condolences to the mother of a one year old boy who was fatally shot last night during a cookout at a park. This during a weekend, where 28 people were shot in the city and mayor de Blasio also reacted to the death of the little boy W. CBS's Mac. Rosenberg has the latest from the mayor. One month after the NYPD disbanded its anti crime unit, who's very responsibility. It was to get felons and illegal guns off the streets. There's just so many guns out there. And that is a New York tragedy in a national tragedy that comment from Mayor de Blasio aboutthe surgeon gun violence in the last month. And he says part of the solution is bringing police and community together a bond, he says that was overwhelmingly successful until the pandemic it making community members allies in that effort, because a lot of times they have the information that is the single best way. To get the guns off the streets. Deblasio insists there's no slowdown at the NYPD. And he pointed to police Commissioner Shay's conclusion that the work of the anti crime unit can be done in a different and better way. Zack Rosenburg doubly CBS News Radio
Bill de Blasio orders MORE New York City cops as gun violence surges
"Not not not not gun gun gun gun violence. violence. violence. violence. The The The The mayor mayor mayor mayor was was pressed pressed today today to to explain explain how how things things will will improve improve the the mayor mayor getting getting onboard onboard as as shootings shootings Serge Serge 250 250 people people shot shot over over the the past past month, month, but but we're we're gonna gonna need need all all hands hands on on deck deck to to address address this this issue. issue. He's He's meeting meeting with with community community leaders leaders in in Harlem Harlem in Upper in Upper Manhattan, Manhattan, where where numbers numbers spiked spiked over over the holiday the holiday weekend. weekend. NYPD NYPD chief chief of of department, department, Terrence Terrence Monahan Monahan says says neighborhood neighborhood policing policing involves involves input, input, so so we we need need to know to know the the community community how how they they want want their their neighborhood. neighborhood. Police Police Police Police Commissioner Commissioner Dermot Dermot Shea Shea called called the package the package of of bills bills passed passed by by the the City City Council Council insane, insane, he he says, says, We We need need laws laws that that makes makes sense. sense. Juliet Juliet Papa. Papa. 10 10 10 10 wins. wins. NEWS. NEWS. The The NYPD NYPD
Gun Violence Continues In New York City, But Officials Disagree On Root Cause
"Not not gun gun violence. violence. The The mayor mayor was pressed today to explain how things will improve the mayor getting onboard as shootings Serge 250 people shot over the past month, but we're gonna need all hands on deck to address this issue. He's meeting with community leaders in Harlem in Upper Manhattan, where numbers spiked over the holiday weekend. NYPD chief of department, Terrence Monahan says neighborhood policing involves input, so we need to know the community how they want their neighborhood. Police Police Commissioner Dermot Shea called the package of bills passed by the City Council insane, he says, We need laws that makes sense. Juliet Papa. 10 10 wins. NEWS. The NYPD
"dermot shea" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"It's nice out there. If you don't mind the fact that we're already in the mid eighties across much of the region. If you could be by the water today, that is the place to be on the water temperatures long the ocean or in the mid And upper seventies right now 10 03 on Monday morning, the sixth of July empty a chairman Pat Foy live on. WCBS says that buses have taken over some places have preferred mode of transit in New York, will hear his comments in a moment. And hear about some of the changes happening there. But first NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea, reacting to a spasm of violence over the long weekend that we just had blaming it on a couple of factors. Inmates freed early from Rikers Island because of Corona virus fears and the city council going too far, he says on banning the police ability to use chokeholds to restrain people. More of his comments after this recap on a weekend full of shootings and shooting deaths from Sean Adams in the Bronx Shades of the bad old days, unbridled violence, murderous rage got unspool, a zing all across New York City. Over the holiday weekend. 11 dead, 55 shot 37 separate shooting incidents. It happened in Brownsville, East, New York, bed. Stein Flatbush, Harlem, Staten Island, the Bronx here in Mott Haven. Right outside the 40th Precinct stationhouse. A bullet shattered a police SUV windshield, two officers minor injuries. Brooklyn Borough president, Eric Adams, retired police officer told CBS to We need to have an emergency meeting with the police commissioner. He blames pent up anger. People cooped up for too long due to Corona virus. The P B A blames the mayor and members of the City Council for fostering an anti police climate. In response to the NYPD is recent $1 billion budget cut. Former police Commissioner Ray Kelly has said doing away with the plainclothes anti crime units was a clear sign of surrender. In Mott Haven. Sean Adams. WCBS News Radio 80 Mission is Shay on New York one this morning, said. It's bad people with guns. He said. It was getting simpler than that. People focus on the wrong thing here and the guns. Of course, you can't shoot somebody without a gun. It's it's the people. He says. These bad people are not being held properly accountable. And he said that the chokehold ban that just came out of the City Council is, he said, insane and his crippling police officers. Interviews are planned for today into alleged NYPD misconduct during the protest That happened last month. But the union head's are encouraging members to skip the interviews because of being held virtually WCBS, Steve Burns explains, with New York City heading into Phase three. There's no reason why investigators with the civilian complaint Review board can't come into work, says Lou Turko, with the Lieutenant's Benevolent association to conduct a fair and complete investigation. We have advanced. An in person interview is necessary, he says. It's about the integrity of the interview investigated could actually be at the Jersey Shore with a bunch of people in the room to its investigation, The Elbe and other police unions have encouraged members to skip out on any virtual interviews in the Post reports. The NYPD won't punish officers who are no shows. The C C R B reportedly has three interviews scheduled for Monday, looking into alleged misconduct during last month's protests on officer who was seen flashing a white supremacist hand sign. Another who arrested a reporter and 1/3 who beat a bicyclist with a baton. The board is also reportedly having trouble getting the NYPD to turn over body camera footage. GOTHAMIST reports, more than 1100 requests have gone unanswered. Steve Burns. WCBS NEWS Radio 80 WCBS News time. 10 06 Federal prosecutors want Dylan Maxwell to have her first Manhattan court appearance this Friday. The Jeffrey Epstein, confidante and socialite was arrested last week on charges of conspiring to entice girls as young as 14 to engage in illegal sex with Jeffrey Epstein and some of his friends. He's being held without bail in New Hampshire. WCBS news.
"dermot shea" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The same time, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea has been blaming bail reform in part for upticks in crime. You cannot Keep people safe without keeping bad, dangerous people off the streets, he said last week. The New Yorkers aren't as safe as they could be thanks to decisions by lawmakers. Steve Burns, WCBS news Radio 80 federal authorities arrested 29 year old Tim Amerman off Socrates, who they say supplied glass bottles to cement the Shader, who was charged with hurling a Molotov cocktail in an occupied NYPD vehicle. Bring the unrest after the death of George Floyd. Prosecutors say Amerman admitted to inviting Shader to take bottles from his recycling bin as she headed to the protests on May 29th but said he didn't think she'd be using them to manufacture an incendiary device. Hammerman said. He also gave Shader masks, rope plastic baggies, marijuana and $10 in gas money. He was ordered jailed after initial court appearance in Albany and is due back in court on Monday for a hearing to move the case to Brooklyn. Shader has been in jail since being arrested within days of the incident. 14 people were hurt, including two firefighters, when a three story building at 1 20 West 167 Street in the Highbridge section of the Bronx went up in flames at about three o'clock this morning. A total of 106 firefighters from 25 companies were called to the scene and finally left it at around 5 30 It's not clear how the fire started the building houses the messiest a deli on the ground floor. EMS crews treated eight people on site. Two firefighters and four civilians were taken to a local hospital. WCBS news time. 10. 18 traffic.
"dermot shea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Yes, she did. Oh, yes, she did. Oh, yes, she did. But here in the Bernie said show everywhere in the 77 W A, B. C And with my men rushed Salzburg, Sid's dead sadly passed away last night. Condolences. Tio Rosenberg's that we talked to him earlier. And, ah! It's just a terribly sad day for the Rosenberg family and everybody because Harvey won't Rosenberg was a great man and a great dad. And it said, for our family here is well, that's right. W ABC family indeed. On speaking to said yesterday's front page of the New York Post. You've got a lot of played a lot of national play. We didn't have it. In fact, we had a caller. Call the city. I have a copy from Florida. I have a copy of the New York Post. Since it's funny way We can't get the New York Post here right. The 17 stories atop of a top of Madison Square Garden Penn Station We can't get the newspaper. But that's okay. So the the front page of the post yesterday quote unquote the thanks they get it depicts. Ah knife. Ah stuck A stand in an NYPD logo discussed stabbed But it says polls attack NYPD E slashed budget after decades of crime reduction. In other words, no good deed goes unpunished. I mean, that's exactly what happened. They talk about they try to sanitize defund the police by rename renaming it reimagining policing. And policing was reimagined by Giuliani and Bill Bratton. It's called broken windows, and now they're doing the exact opposite and crime and the exact opposite is having a crime is spiking and black people are getting killed in the inner cities. People like that. They're out there. Protest ng I mentioned we're simulcast on one of 7.1 FM. W el. I are these pitchfork wielding protesters went into the rich, wealthy Hamptons estates. Ah, Mike Bloomberg, For example. Those people can afford the private security. They're not going to suffer from de funding cops and all of these movements, though I did say it's only a matter of time before protesters. Start going into a residential neighborhood. Sure, I'm glad they went to a Bloomberg's house till because this creep was spending money like I mean, in other words, he would have he acquiesced. He folded like a cheap suit like a cheap suitcase. This guy To the left in the radical left when he was on stage. So anyway, I'm glad he's getting what I It's not gonna hurt him. He probably wasn't even there. But hey, hey, deserves to be harassed. You know what? I'm going to disagree with you on that? Because I don't like any of these people go into anybody's homes. You make a good point. You know, I just don't like that. No, I don't like you, but I'm saying that, for example, they went to those people in ST Louis. They went into the homes of private property. Guys came out with guns legally owned guns. Thank God they had the guns, but it was only a matter of time before the mob start descending on into residential neighborhoods. But they did it out in the Hamptons and also speaking of the de funding New Police department. The chief, the commissioner Dermot Shea, said this You're seeing now Mob rule in my favor and you see in the City Council about to mob rule and let's let's let's mark the date on the calendar and how long it's gonna be before we're having a conversation about New York is crying out for more police and I think that day is coming. So the city's right. The City Council, the inner city black people are going to be victimized, getting killed, 17 year old basketball player among many, many other Chicago Baltimore, say Lewis everywhere, it's happening. It's happening. It's happening. Black lives apparently don't matter. Toe black lives matter though. Today they're going to stencil. They're goingto the deface Fifth Avenue with that cop aiding. Ah, BLM mural is ah, build a blouse. You notice how Dermot Shea said the City Council is giving to mob rule. He didn't say that about this boss. So is your boss. He's allowing this so rabble this a filthy, ignorant, privileged, spoiled white rabble down in city Hall Park to remain there. I don't know why Just get him out. Send sending the cops get the tear gas. Get the water of the You know the water. Whatever it is that what a hose is, The German should get him Get him out of there. So Bill DiBlasio was on CNN list that of all people, by the way I mentioned earlier, the local news, ignoring completely Russell's bug ignoring The city whole protest the clashes between the police. They all ignored it for the local news Last night, they fact Channel five just put a sanitized version of Marches, just marching, not clashing with the police just watching peacefully. That's not what happened. This place is disgusting. Ah, filthy zone. Now it's a filthy rat infested. Looks like Zuccotti Park did After they were hanging out there for weeks and months. I told you, Tony Herbert, I was on the phone with him last night. He's going to be with me. He's you know, community advocate. He's going to be on with me and rich veld is tomorrow and when I was confirming it, he's the one who brought it up to me. Russ. If you see what's going on in City Hall, he was there, he said. It's It's unbelievable. It's mine. Bob. It really is and meet local news. Fake news local locally is ignoring it. By the way, the president is holding a An impromptu press conference because the folks that this is great news if you were Trump supporter if you believe in law and order, the economy jumped record job gains of 4.8 million in June. Smashes expectations, reads the headline at CNBC.
NYPD commissioner testifies on protester clashes
"Seven police commissioner Dermot Shea testified today during the attorney John the state attorney general's ongoing hearing into interactions between the NYPD and protesters commissioner answered questions about appropriate uses of force pepper spray for instance several incidents involving the use of spreading meetings to be not in conformance and it's just saying officers over but he says there are appropriate times to use it Attorney General tish James asked about the NYPD vehicles seen going into a crowd of protesters on Flatbush Avenue so in that particular instance is it your testimony that it was a police car was an appropriate use of force I'm not saying police car was used as a use of force I am saying that the offices with sacks I believe they were able to get out of that situation so my knowledge no injuries to anyone he says the attack involved bricks and garbage cans thrown at them as for any disciplinary action for those officers that incident is still under investigation by multiple agencies including the AG's
New York PD Commissioner Testifies In AG Investigation
"The city's top cop testified today in an ongoing investigation by Attorney General the tissue James in the recent interactions between police and the public commissioner Dermot Shea didn't say exactly how many officers were being disciplined in the incident caught on video he said in the case of the officer pulling down of protesters mask and pepper spraying him yes the officer had been disciplined Judy status of discipline is meted out and I was completely in a crock but in the case of an officer who pointed a gun at protesters he said there wouldn't be any action James asked him about that I think his partner or superior was hit with a bottle and then he brandishes gun and took and waved at the crowd you believe that that's appropriate I don't believe you just outlined right recording he said it was a lieutenant smashed on the head with a brick after a prolonged period of items being thrown at the officers this is the incident that environment so what the officer was pulling his gun out Sir yes as for the officers who drove their vehicles into a crowd she said the protesters were all peaceful that they were also attacking the officers Sonia Rincon ten ten wins news
"dermot shea" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"By state law Wednesday's time trial fifteen police commissioner Dermot Shea is testifying today in an ongoing investigation by Attorney General that you should James recent interactions between police and the public last week more than a hundred people testified over two days James says the public deserves answers and she's glad that Shea agreed to answer questions add Patagonia to the list of companies that won't place ads on Facebook for its or its sister company Instagram Patagonia says its boycott is driven by Facebook's failure to whack that against hateful lies and dangerous propaganda last Friday the north face R. E. I. N. up work said that they would take part in the boycott movement was organized by civil rights activist groups including the N. double ACP the anti defamation league color of change and sleeping giants former national security adviser John Bolton says he wrote his White House tell all not to make money but to help make sure Donald Trump is a one term president Bolton appeared on ABC's Good Morning America I think it's important that the American people have these faxes they consider what to do in November and as we look at our history and see trump for what I hope history will record to be an aberration in the room where it happened Bolton calls the president naive and dangerous he says Mr trump is unfit for office and doesn't have the competence for the job he maintains that Russian president Putin can play trump like a fiddle will Bolton vote for Joe Biden no he says he'll settle on a conservative Republican that he will write in house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler says he expects ousted U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman will testify before his panel Adler says he's been invited to testify on Wednesday along with justice department whistle blowers Berman at first refused to leave his office after being told by Attorney General bill bar on Friday to turn in his resignation he only agreed to step down after Barr said he was asked by the president to remove him Mr trump says he doesn't get involved and all that and it was bars decision Berman was replaced by his deputy Audrey Strauss sure hold that position until a new nominee is confirmed the president's proposed nominee as SEC chairman Jay Clayton he's never been a prosecutor Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham says he will not advance Clayton's nomination without the consent of New York senators and Chuck Schumer has already called on Clinton to withdraw the US ambassador to the UK says one of the three people stabbed to death in a terrorist incident on Saturday just outside London was a U. S. citizen would be Johnson has offered his deepest condolences to the families of those killed in the attack on June twenty a twenty five year old man who is believed to be the lead attack is in custody but officials say the motive for the con H. is unclear the Philadelphia Inquirer his name to the American victim as Jill Richie Bennett a friend of James furlong the history teacher named by his school as one of the victims Richard Bennett who moved to England from the US around fifteen years ago his father Robert Ritchie says his son worked for a law firm in London before moving to reading Charles Taylor this month London may twenty five year old suspect has been identified in the British news media as Kerry it's a dollar and it's believed that he acted alone Wednesday's time trial of nineteen home.
NYPD cop suspended after video shows "apparent chokehold"
"An NYPD officer has been suspended without pay after video showed him using an apparent chokehold to subdue a suspect John Adams is live now on Rockaway beach of what happened John your action was necessary says police commissioner Dermot Shea he suspended without pay the officer seen on video using an apparent show cold which is now illegal on a black man here in the Rockaways it was early Sunday on the boardwalk there was a report of intoxicated men causing trouble three men showered officers with curses and insults for ten minutes the police just stood by and took it but we know this because police released thirty five minutes of body cam footage the officer in question later explained to a woman on the boardwalk the reason for the arrest one man made a threatening move that's when he goes down because we don't we're not going to be somebody four officers pounced on thirty five year old Ricky Bellevue he explained to the officers that he has mental illness his attorney Lori Zeno with queens defenders so if they didn't pull him off my bet is he would have been choked to death well nobody pulled the officer off of of this man he got a Pat on the back end and he released it happened in a matter of seconds Zeno identified this officer as David I found a door several years ago he stood trial for allegedly pistol whipping a young drug suspect the judge found him not guilty
New York Police Department Eliminating Plainclothes Anti-Crime Units in Move Toward More Community Policing
"New York City police department is shutting down its plainclothes anti crime unit some six hundred officers will be reassigned in a move towards more community policing and my PD commissioner Dermot Shea explained why the officers will moving to other units including detective work this is twenty first century policing intelligence data shotspotter video he added this is a seismic shift in how the NYPD police is New York
New York PD Eliminating Plainclothes Anti-Crime Units in Move Toward More Community Policing
"Greenfield in the NYPD is shutting down its plainclothes anti crime unit as Lisa G. reports some six hundred officers will be reassigned in a move towards more community policing and my PD commissioner Dermot Shea explained why the officers will move into other units including detective work this is twenty first century policing intelligence data shotspotter Leo he added this is a seismic shift in how the NYPD police is New York City I'm Lisa G. W.
N.Y.P.D. Disbands Plainclothes Units Involved in Many Shootings
"The police commissioner in New York City says he's disbanding the department's department's anti anti crime crime unit unit hundreds hundreds of of plainclothes plainclothes officers officers who who campus campus the the city's city's five five boroughs boroughs effective effective immediately immediately we we will will be be transitioning transitioning those those units roughly six hundred people city wide into a variety of assignments including detective bureau neighborhood policing and other assignments standouts men from commissioner Dermot Shea comes amid weeks of demonstrations against police brutality ignited by the death of George Floyd the city has faced increasing pressure from protesters to reduce the size of the police department and shift resources into social
NYPD ends plainclothes anti-crime unit, reassigning hundreds of officers to other teams
"York where the head of the NYPD says he will disband the plainclothes anti crime unit commissioner Dermot Shea says the teams six hundred officers will now be reassigned to other
"dermot shea" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Commissioner Dermot Shea for sending his first deputy Benjamin Tucker to testify after recent violent clashes between NYPD officers and protesters the commissioners say had an opportunity to answer for the actions of the department in the middle of a major crises over the history of racialized brutality in the city and he sends the black man who didn't get the job that's the same for Tucker defended the nation's largest and he says most highly scrutinized police department citing unprecedented progress over the past six years in police community relations a steep drop in unlawful stops arrests and the issuing of summonses Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty earning a potential one billion dollar cut to the NYPD's budget first deputy commissioner Ben Tucker told city council members as far as the department is concerned that figure is not in play he said a reduction of that magnitude would be extremely harmful members of the council's progressive caucus you've signaled support for criminal justice reforms are calling for cuts to the department's budget given ongoing protests and renewed scrutiny of policing sparked by the police death of George Floyd by a white Minneapolis cop who knelt on his neck on Sunday mayor de Blasio valve that an unspecified amount of funding would be shifted from the NYPD to various youth groups and social services a move endorsed by commissioner drummer che indications are the Confederate mascot at Howell high school in Monmouth County is about to get the axe critics say the image it conveys couldn't be more demeaning or out of touch these days hundreds of people signed a change dot org petition to ditch the mascot named rebel the soldier with white hair and a gray uniforms it will be replaced district officials say the images have been removed from new uniforms and was not included on the school's turf field and basketball court more updated it's twelve twenty two.
"dermot shea" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Congressional Democrats Neil today for eight minutes and forty six seconds the amount of time police officer Derek Jarman pressed his knees into Floyd snack well new York's top cop won't stand in the way of NYPD budget cuts commissioner Dermot Shea tweeted quote one thousand percent support for the diversion of police money to youth programs saying everyone has to dig down and do what's needed mayor de Blasio says he supports the idea that's been voiced by crowds of protesters but he wouldn't go into specifics when asked how much police funding might be cut in the next three weeks in the grocery store the city council we're going to decide the budget for the city we are praying there's action on the stimulus in Washington we're asking Albany to help give us a last resort with borrowing authority all these question up there which I'm not answering today because we will do that as a part of negotiation the NYPD six billion dollar budget could be cut to find youth programs but so far there's no word on which of those programs might be getting some police cash the city council is demanding investigations into high profile breaches of privacy by the NYPD including the release of the arrest record of mayor de Blasio's daughter the mayor's twenty five year old daughter Kiara was arrested while participating in a protest and the union representing NYPD sergeants tweeted a photo of her record which included her height weight and address Twitter temporarily suspended their account and removed the tweet city council speaker Corey Johnson and council member Ritchie Torres sent to your letter yesterday to the city's department of investigation answer the conflict of interest ward directing them to launch investigate investigations New York city's police commissioner Dermot Shea is behind a proposal to shift the policeman's to city youth groups social media post by a law enforcement support organizations are getting blowback we have more from CBS news correspondent Peter king in Orlando the Facebook posts read quote we are hiring in Florida lower taxes no spineless leadership or dumb mayors rambling at press conferences they're targeted specifically toward fifty seven buffalo officers who quit a special response team when two members were suspended six Atlanta cops who arrested for excessive force during the protests and Minneapolis officers to the post come from the Brevard county fraternal order of police which says it has more than six hundred members the county sheriff says that organization doesn't speak for his department Peter king's CBS news Orlando.
New York Police Department suspends two officers seen in viral videos confronting protesters
"Tonight two NYPD officers suspended protests continue in the York and elsewhere here's ten ten wins reporter Carol Deoria Paul the latest is that two police officers are being disciplined and why PD commissioner Dermot Shea said internal affairs as review two videos and the officers behavior was contrary to police policy the first video was taken may twenty ninth the Brooklyn cop was captured allegedly pushing a protester to the ground he has been suspended without pay and his supervisor transferred the second video was taken may thirtieth an officer was seen pulling down the face mask of a protester and spring that individual with pepper spray that officer has also been suspended without pay that's usually for thirty days their case is now go to the department advocate for further
"dermot shea" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In the most quickly when possible I would and if you have anything in mind I just need my unity my neighbors the same as my white ones and the other is there doing this call and response with their hands up in the air it is it is a qual Zaira religious baptism into the fires of the riot movement that they'd lose down the country and as if you haven't seen this video it's tragic it's sad it's prophetic it's ridiculous you people have made a mockery of every thing that is decent and of course it's fits perfectly with Monty python's life of Brian home yeah yeah yeah it's I mean a lot of money python has been making fun of these people for decades and there was to it about a year it's time to grovel enough now it's got a semi number fifteen the New York City police department NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea and I played a nice audio sound bite of him yesterday he was making sense and and then yesterday after the show he came out and he apologized for every all the bad things that the place of dot this is like the south African truth commissions or the model is that the Maoists used to drag the people that I had offended the state and the workers that they would shame them in front of our crowd and they have to grovel and still there's literally the Maoists used to do this and here is now the NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea Farrell.
New York Police Shoot Brooklyn Man After He Stabs Officer, Officials Say
"Long after curfew started just before midnight two police officers were on anti looting patrol Flatbush and church Avenue police commissioner Dermot Shea says surveillance video shows a man casually walked up took out a knife and stabbed an officer an officer was stabbed in the left side of his neck thank god missing an artery and is recovering here in stable condition at the hospital Kings County hospital the commissioner says a sergeant and officer nearby nearby ran ran up up after after hearing hearing shots shots they they saw saw the the perpetrator perpetrator with with a a gun gun in in his his hand hand which which we we believe believe belong belong to to one one of of the the offices offices twenty twenty two two shots shots fired fired two officers shot in the hands of their stable the perpetrator is critical after being shot multiple times the motive is not known PBA president Pat Lynch blames the anti police rhetoric that storming our streets are we surprised that we got this call I'm not there to Blasio is calling for calm we gotta be there for each other officers protect us you have to respect support for background the king's county hospital Sean Adams WCBS newsradio eighty
Two New York police shot and wounded, one knifed, while on duty to stop looting
"Brown thousands take part in peaceful protests calling for change in policing after George Floyd's death but after dark New York police commissioner Dermot Shea says an armed man knifed one officer and shot two others in Brooklyn he used to be a completely Howard lake despicable unprovoked attack the suspect is critical all three officers are expected
NYPD Commissioner Says Bricks ‘Are Being Placed And Then Transported To Peaceful Protests,’ in New York City
"NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea says they've seen an increase in thefts from construction sites too he believes looters are taking bricks and cement to attack officers police have been attacked by water bottles filled with cement she believes the construction site debris is is in fact pre staged in spots looters and thugs can easily
"dermot shea" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Dermot Shea retweeted the video and said we need more of this to see and hear each other to work together to recognize that our differences are our strength hash tag one New York at Barclays center an officer was also seen kneeling in solidarity macros Enberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty an NYPD sources tell WCBS merit applause heels twenty five year old daughter was among the three hundred and forty five or so people arrested during Saturday night's protest in New York City police gave Kiera the blouse you a ticket for unlawful assembly around twelve street Broadway Union Square that's where sources say she was in a group of about a hundred people refuse when officers asked them to clear the area of the New York Post is reporting she told officers are addresses one eighty one Easton Avenue usually referred to as Gracie mansion mayor's residence I have some of the rowdier protesters in the crowd or arrested and ask for their home address Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams thinks they will give contact info from out of the area were troubled souls right clearly your glucose levels right a professional agitators there are a lot of the historical peace give us very clear instructions we have video thank you everything about it so cocktail correct installed in the template completely aggravate other cricket between police and civilians and we need to be clear we're not going to allow a city could burn but we also want to allow people to have the right to protest in a peaceful manner Adams is on W. CBS last night saying he was out with demonstrators Saturday night in Brooklyn and talk to protest organizer is who he says are now looking into trying to weed out some of those in the crowd who have been stirring things up what two of the people charged with fleeing a Molotov cocktail that NYPD van Saturday in Brooklyn our attorneys in the city The New York Times is reporting thirty one year old ruse rock minor graduated from Fordham law school and identified herself on Facebook as a human rights lawyer she is with the one accused of tossing the burning bottle of flammable liquid at the police van which no one was and nobody was hurt while thirty two year old calling for it Mattis is accused of driving the car they got away in the times reporting.
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"It's eleven ten on WCBS as we've been reporting several demonstrations on the move this evening across the city with an update from our newsroom W. CBS's Matt Burke and Vicky things have begun to dissipate after semester collation earlier in the evening in Manhattan there was a confrontation between police and protesters near Union Square the demonstrators were quickly dispersed and broke up into smaller groups there were some arrests made we here in the area of Bryant park as well still a sizeable crowd as your Kelly in traffic say at the Barclays center right now but not hearing of any violence there I do see on videos dozens of officers lined up just outside Barclays center some trying to subdue demonstrators now earlier today we did see peaceful protests in and around the city up in new haven Connecticut no violence people did though blocked traffic on I ninety five for sometime this afternoon governor Ned Lamont had this message here we are a week later the demonstrations across the country I was deeply moved by comments of our police chief from Bridgeport who said I would have been out there demonstrating as well but I was busy keeping the peace was very pretty successfully did for which I'm very thankful that he said those words while wearing an I can't breathe T. shirts there was also a pictures is an interesting story tweeted out by the S. C. N. N. correspondent Shimon Prokupecz as of a African American woman speaking with a police officer in the NYPD and just having a conversation in that picture was retweeted by the police commissioner Dermot Shea you said there are so many moments like this out there that are being overshadowed this image embodies the true spirit of new Yorkers in the men and women of the NYPD every day people striving for a unified NYC okay already thank you mark eleven twelve on.
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"Anna Coren reporting there is a manhunt going on today in Connecticut police say they're searching for a male suspect they say allegedly killed Amanda victim's home in Wellington Friday morning investigators say they found two people they're suffering from apparent assault related injuries with some sort of edged weapon according to troopers Christine gill team is a Connecticut so we know that he is armed and dangerous if anybody has any information or if they see this individual please do not approach him and call nine one one sixty two year old Willington resident Theodore Dammers later died from his injuries they've identified the suspect as twenty three year old Peter Manfredonia with the search having started after they found the stolen vehicle in derby they say was linked to the suspect officials say the victim and the suspect appeared to be some sort of acquaintances when you start five thirty six a school safety agent has died from corona virus this weekend the NYPD reporting that safety agent Doris Kirkland and aged for three decades had worked for the eighty fourth precinct school safety unit and had suffered from covert nineteen for over a month that's according to NYPD officials Kirkland was fifty six years of age police commissioner Dermot Shea says over fifty seven hundred members of the NYPD have tested positive forty three losing their lives wins news time five thirty seven entertainment news is next times are challenging right now around the country but true green knows that the grass will get greener you may be spending more time enjoying your lawn this season than ever before and.
New York City is looking at these areas for budget cuts
"With the city in a fiscal crisis budget cuts are expected which could well include the NYPD the NYPD has already delayed the next class at the academy because of the pandemic and council members are asking to consider cancelling it altogether even if you don't cut this class permanently you could save twenty five million dollars if you delete it one year councilmember Donovan Richards who co chairs the finance committee said big summer events cost big Bucks in police overtime cancellations this year could create at least ten million dollars in savings for example over time just for July fourth fireworks last year was two point five million commissioner Dermot Shea said even though crime is down during the pandemic twenty twenties overall number still can't compete with the drastic lows of the last few years has been climbing since this pandemic started but he's still off for the year nine percent it was up over thirty percent on March twelfth burglary is now one thirty two percent grand larceny auto sixty three percent he said while felony assaults have dropped dramatically murder is up seven percent and there's been a thirteen percent uptake in shootings year to date compared with twenty nineteen Sonia Rincon ten ten wins
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"Black and brown police commissioner Dermot Shea had a different take we've been doing it with an extremely light touch so we have a one hand hundreds of thousands actually millions of contacts with people and we have a handful of violations of summonses and arrests at this time the NYPD it's the morality police both the mayor and the police commissioner said the videos represent only a small number of incidents with the DA investigating several cases in Brooklyn the commanding officer of Brooklyn north chief Jeffrey madrick admitted a lot of use radio school heads didn't prevail but he had a message for those who think communities of color are being targeted and shoes just got a little too hot would not you know targeting any particular neighborhood diplomacy was promised new guidelines and said he's working on a plan to get community groups involved in social distancing Marcia Kramer CBS two news word today that New York City might start limiting entry to parks the mayor says some parks lend themselves overcrowding and that more details would be announced on Friday during his daily briefing the mayor also announced plans to ramp up antibody testing he says the city is opening five testing sites next week each one expected to complete a thousand test every day and the mayor also said homeless outreach efforts are working of the three hundred sixty one people engaged by outreach teams last night more than two hundred accepted help counties in the far northern suburbs are looking for some flexibility in governor Cuomo's regional approach to re opening CBS two S. Tony ILO reports my worry is that some of these businesses won't come back Katie beanies worry is widely held increased him the Duchess county city retains its charm even as its businesses lose revenue honestly I didn't think it would last this long governor Cuomo's re opening plan has Duchess in the mid Hudson region along with covert nineteen hot spots Westchester and Rockland counties there's a growing sense the plan needs to be refined to allow Dutchess Putnam and other northern counties to reopen as soon as they meet the seven benchmarks outlined by the governor the region were in goes all the way down to the New York City borderline.
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"Commissioner Dermot Shea had a different take we've been doing it with an extremely light touch so we have a one hand hundreds of thousands actually millions of contacts with people and we have a handful of violations of summonses and arrests for this I mean one time the NYPD it's the morality police both the mayor and the police commissioner said the videos represent only a small number of incidents with the DA investigating several cases of Brooklyn the commanding officer of Brooklyn north chief Jeffrey madrick admitted a lot of these radios cooler heads didn't prevail but he had a message for those who think communities of color are being targeted and shoes just got a little too hot would not you know targeting any particular neighborhood near the Blasi was promised new guidelines and said he's working on a plan to get community groups involved in social distancing Marcia Kramer CBS two news word today that New York City I might start limiting entry to parks the mayor says some parks lend themselves to overcrowding and that more details would be announced on Friday during his daily briefing the mayor also announced plans to ramp up antibody testing he says the city is opening five testing sites next week each one expected to complete a thousand test every day and the mayor also said homeless outreach efforts are working of the three hundred sixty one people engaged by outreach teams last night more than two hundred accepted help from these in the far northern suburbs are looking for some flexibility in governor Cuomo's regional approach to re opening CBS two S. Tony ILO reports my worry is that some of these businesses won't come back Katie beanies worry is widely held in beacon the Duchess county city retains its charm even as its businesses lose revenue honestly I didn't think it would last this long governor Cuomo's re opening plan has Duchess in the mid Hudson region along with covert nineteen hot spots Westchester and Rockland counties there's a growing sense the plan needs to be refined to allow Dutchess Putnam and other northern counties to reopen as soon as they meet the seven benchmarks outlined by the governor the reason we're in goes all the way down to the New York City borderline.
"dermot shea" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Dermot Shea said a man walked into the station house in the forty first precinct in the Bronx and opened fire it is only by the grace of god tell her okay actions of those inside the building that took him into custody that we are not talking about police officers murdered inside in New York City police precinct it was the second time in twelve hours police in the same precinct had come under attack after two officers were ambushed while sitting in a van Aron Kader ski ABC news a mother of three is dead following a house fire Friday night in New Jersey that blaze started at around eleven o'clock on fifteenth street in the silver creek neighborhood of Toms River sever tree he you worked at an elementary school in Lakewood was found dead in the home after the fire was extinguished and strong winds definitely contributed to the damage caused by three neighboring homes officials said that a man and three kids were able to escape but the cause of the fire remains under investigation governor Cuomo defending the program he proposed in the state budget aimed at controlling the state's Medicaid costs James flipping explains the governor says no this isn't a cost shift whereas the proposed budget would force towns a minister pallipes to cover anything over a three percent increase in annual Medicaid spending where previously the state had agreed to cover the whole thing governor Cuomo when you paid for the restaurant we went to McDonald's all of a sudden I pay and you want to go to a high price they cap space is currently Medicaid costs increased by seven percent annually something the state can't survive we have to get it down to three historically exactly where once he wants towns paying the increase over three percent while keeping twenty five percent of the savings if they come in under three James weapon W. O. R. news the death toll from the will hunt corona virus now tops the sewers outbreak of two thousand three Chinese officials reported an additional eighty nine deaths yesterday bring in the global death toll to eight hundred thirteen that's our pass of the seven hundred seventy four people who died of severe acute respiratory syndrome in two thousand two in two thousand three so far there are more than two thousand seven hundred confirmed cases of coronavirus in twenty four countries and that includes the U. S. where four passengers were to tested a board royal Caribbean anthem of the seas ship docked in Bayonne have come back negative for corona virus the vessel scheduled to nail set sail tomorrow the MT a revealing the cost of damage done by protesters back in January I shook ballot has more dozens of subway stations were covered in graffiti video screens smashed metro card machines soaked in glue police are still searching for suspects caught on surveillance video doing the damage and ABC seven is reporting the price tag for repairs is over a hundred thousand dollars activists protest in Grand Central Terminal on the thirty first demanding free M. T. A. service and no police in the subway the MTA said on Thursday that they respect freedom of speech but the damage done by vandals is costly and takes their attention away from numerous scheduled repairs a show Bala W. O. R. news Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren cleans her campaign is built for the long haul I got the.
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"Commissioner Dermot Shea said a man walked into the station house in the forty first precinct in the Bronx and opened fire it is only by the grace of god and her look actions of those inside the building that took him into custody there we are not talking about police officers murdered inside a New York City police precinct it was the second time in twelve hours police in the same precinct had come under attack after two officers were ambushed while sitting in a van Aron Kader ski ABC news one officer was wounded in each shooting both are expected to recover more than thirty seven thousand five hundred confirmed cases of the corona virus worldwide over sixty of them on board the diamond princess cruise ship is docked in quarantine off Japan guys Rouleau his wife for on board for their honeymoon he's concerned about cases spreading on the ship scariest part I'm gonna have to say I really like makes you very depressed is anyone from one person who got off the ship and which is a scare to not ten people infected twenty dead now we're up to sixty three you're listening to ABC news there is only T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic he G. A. R. news time eleven oh two good morning I'm Deborah Dale the president plans a trip to the valley president trump holding a rally at the Arizona veterans memorial Coliseum on Wednesday February nineteenth that day also the first day of early voting in the Arizona presidential preference selection one person is dead after a five vehicle crash on the I ten in Tempe last night the Arizona department of public safety says one vehicle was hit from behind and that caused a chain reaction crash one of the vehicles rolled over that driver was subjected to and that is the person who was killed the valley wise health behavioral health center in merry bail is now home to a new mental health court gene Kaballah with the hospitals as having a core with it in the hospital is good for everyone having it right in the facility is better for the person undergoing the evaluation for the doctors who have to testify in the proceedings and for all of the other support folks who are part of the process the courts are used mainly when a person may be a risk to themselves or others this is the third behavioral court in the valley and the first one on the west.
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"It's an active scene outside the 40 first precinct in the Bronx where this morning a man calmly walked inside took out a gun and started shooting was caught on camera you can see people running and ducking for cover police say an officer was shot in is in serious but stable condition the shooter was arrested the last night commissioner Dermot Shea says a man walked up to a police van asked for directions and then started shooting at the officers hitting one of them will be very clear this was an assassination attempt the officer was rushed to the hospital by his partner with non life threatening injuries police are still looking for that shooter Julie Walker New York
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"Of detectives Dermot Shea will be sworn in as the forty fourth police commissioner tomorrow W. CBS news time six eight let's check in on traffic and weather together with sumi casket New Jersey with a crash on seventeen south bound near with foreign programs that's gonna laying out at least a five to ten minute delay getting around it over to the turnpike still working a crash that takes up the right lane in the local lanes northbound just past exit sixty nine four route eighty and let's crash on the garden state parkway south bound by exit one twenty seven has been moved to the shoulder so those delay should start easing out quite nicely in New York with got a crash on the knowing the Thruway southbound between exits twenty one and twenty a broken down car the Grand Central parkway east at approaching exit for where it meets the VQA that takes out the left lane and lots and lots of delays out there very slow ride in the south bound Deegan south on heavy hearts and we're also seeing heavy delays on the New England Thruway mostly south bound both ways on the Hutch and then over on Long Island westbound southern state parkway the northern state and also the L. I. E. are very slow westbound in Nassau County belt parkway is a mess mostly eastbound delays with an earlier crash being reported by Pennsylvania Avenue and west bound delays with ways users reporting a crash just past cross bay Boulevard crossings are quite busy Upper East requesting all slow to queens Verrazano is slow to Brooklyn and we have a delays on both the average crossing in the gospels getting to Staten Island and the Hudson River crossings are also quite busy mostly to New York on extra Cup it is less than ten minutes on WCBS now the five day weather forecast with our meteorologist Frank straight increasing clouds tonight cold but otherwise quiet low twenty nine a bit down mid twenties in the suburbs.
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"Eighty degrees in Garden City it's eighty five in Bridgewater seventy nine in Syosset and eighty three in Manhattan W. CBS news time for twenty uber is suing the city's taxi and limousine commission over a new rule that over says is unachievable here's W. CBS's Steve Byrnes error lead in and data deficient that's how we were describes the methodology the city used to come up with its latest rule that targets ride sharing to cruising cap that limits the amount of time drivers can cruise around without a passenger but over says it's an impossible goal and one of the city never really thought through pursuing the city's taxi and limousine commission looking to throw the cap out along the way it uses the TLC of operating in secret arriving at a predetermined outcome with a flawed economic model the ruling did reducing congestion in the city mandates of ride Cher companies reduce the average amount of time drivers cruise around in an otherwise empty car to thirty one percent within the next year the city is standing behind the role spokesman for mayor de Blasio set Stein says the city will continue fighting against a company that seeks to put profit first and the people in drivers they serve last Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eight eighty. EE CBS news time for twenty one the NYPD has nabbed a serial sex offender on the subways a thirteen year old girl trying to buy a mixture car here at the forty second street Bryant park station on Thursday was grabbed and kissed by James Hahn according to the post it was Hans seventy eight the rest his thirty second for transit sex crime is referred to by thirties as the poster child for transit offenders his arrest is renewing calls to ban serial sex offender from the subway for life supporters include governor Cuomo the post says complaints about subway sex crimes have number over six hundred so far this year chief of detectives Dermot Shea waited on Twitter earlier this summer saying current laws support offenders not victims opponents of this idea say you can't ban someone for a crime they previously committed at the Bryant park subway station back Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eight. EE CBS news time for twenty two some six million volunteers in ninety countries and across the United States are working today to clean up the world's coastlines international coastal cleanup day began with a few volunteers in Texas thirty years ago now it's spread across the country and around the world hundreds of people are picking up trash along Daytona beach today Lucia county coordinator Sammy McCorkle last year we had seven thousand three hundred and thirteen pounds to small fraction of the twenty three million pounds collected worldwide but organizer say it all helps most common trash found on what they called the world's most famous beach over forty thousand cigarette but last year corgel says people will look for anything that can harm sea turtles and other creatures catalog whatever they pick up Peter king's CBS news Orlando. W. CBS news time for twenty three. one..