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"howard league" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Announce one of our officers has to come to his injuries. This has been an extremely difficult time for U. S. Capitol police after the events of January six. And now the events that have a perch here today, So I ask that you keep all U. S Capitol police family and your thoughts and prayers Possibility Evans that killed on Friday He was on the force for 18 years. The head of the Capitol Police union, said officers air reeling following his death is death coming after Officer Brian Sick. Nick, who was among hundreds of officers trying to fight off writers without the necessary equipment or planning, died after the January 6th riot. Officer, Howard League and good died by suicide shortly thereafter. That. Meanwhile, the driver and Friday's incident 25 year old Noah Green has been identified, no known connection between the insurrection and Green, who described himself online as Being under government thought control and being watched. The attack quickly underscored the persistence and, of course, the range of threats to Congress and the officers charged with protecting them. Minneapolis police chief McGary A hard Dondo is expected to take the stand this week, possibly today in the trial of his former officer, Derek showman who is accused of killing George Floyd with his knee. Redondo fired Chauvet and three other officers the day after Floyd's death, and in June, the chief called it murder. The prosecution's expected to focus on a show Vince training Lieutenant Richard Zimmerman, the longest tenured officer on the force. Testified Friday as the prosecution built its case. You see, Officer thank officer showman with his knee, Mr Florence and that correct Yes. Based on your.
"howard league" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"Certainly a rapid progression right now spread and so on the mental health piece. So we are. We already had a mental health crisis before this and now one of the things I've been really thinking about and talking with colleen a lot about is like. Wow what is going to happen now when we think about the economic devastation? I think of all of our friends in the hospitality industry restaurants Hotels Airlines. I think of all the healthcare workers on the front line a lot of people right now. Who are really struggling financially are really struggling making sense of all this and that. I think of just the average person who may be struggling a little bit in the world's been up ended whether it's work from home childcare uncertainty anxiety among the Martha psychiatrist but I find to summarize anxiety. It's it's the fear of the future and the unknown. So said wow or is this going to be a soon Nami and just what are your thoughts on all this yes. I think we're GONNA face a an. We're going to face exacerbate of the existing mental health epidemic in America and it is to be like as soon Nami there's initial phase that we're going to be an where we're all rapidly adjusting and all of the all of the factors that trigger our skills role transitions Changes in our job changes in our income loss of jobs. Loss of structured. So-so connection those are those are all huge triggers for all of us with you have a mental health concern or mental illness. Or not those all really. That's rocky going for a human and so that would really important right now is for people to not ignore that You know in some ways. I'm I'm not. I'm of course worried about a patients and people with preexisting mental health conditions. But I feel a lot of those folks. They've been in treatment and they have tools number of my patients. I felt the better than I was. I mean you know I was like Howard League's going meditated. This morning my smoothie. I did my reading. Has like they're really working their skills or reaching out more for help Now is really a time for us to to think about people who maybe haven't Had as much contact or as much conversation with themselves with any professionals about their mental wellness and mental health. Or I say things like worth their tools that you know what that exactly means on how you improve your mental health It's an important time I is. That was all coming online ultimately mental health conversation. I've been calling it mental health to point out of all right. We're not talking about it. Stig was lower What can we do about it? So Code is real. Test of that is real test of the wellness. Industry of how much can Wellness and medicine partner together to really deliver optimal health in very trying times And I I also want people to hear hope in my voice. It's Friday afternoon. I've seen patience all week And and it's It's it's it's been it's been wonderful but it's been a little challenging and so But I think that in our acknowledgment which was have. This is really stressful. For All of us we begin to build community. We begin to build conversation about what we did. Keep our mental health really strong during this period. And how enduring my initial week. I really begin speaking of how I can take this time to go on a journey that I haven't been on recently or even had space for a really different type of inward journey not a meditation. Mindfulness kind of thing. Cry That day to day but really a different type of experience. Same thing with my family so many people were at you know. Suddenly teachers and Cook said or how. How can we see this as an opportunity? I know that night some very Glib to all of you listening who are facing financial concerns job loss and I don't want it to sound that way when I you know maybe this what is settled me down. The most is today when I cut my best friends. And just you know just talk for a minute or see my kids or my wife were just you know that which keeps us the mentally healthiest ourselves. Brass their family connections. You know most of US still have most of those sure so absolutely i WanNa stay on. Hold but I'm glad you mentioned it. I you know what I asked that. First question it was the the idea was it. Just just declare the state of affairs if you will. Because I think with what's going on. You need to be informed. You need to be aware that that's like part one an acknowledged that and I look at like phase two party part to if you will. It's it's it's taking the awareness and then trying to control what you can control. And that's where the hope and optimism comes in and spend some time. Now you know if you think about people. Maybe two buckets one. You know those really struggling with mental health previously to this than those you know who who.
"howard league" Discussed on The Playbook
"Book. And you were able to stabilize your economy and live in. Everybody was so grateful but when the economy turned back around ten thousand dollar bank book the Big Book but he never could have done it unless he would've saved his money he brought up. Everyone's bankbook did not take rocket. Science rate didn't create anything spectacular like the speedy service system like the McDonald's brothers did but he saved his money. He bought up and took opportunity to help stabilize other people. That's what we want to do. Here was the capital that we have. We have cash. We have relationship capital. We have situational knowledge. We have built up platform. We have a name to build more to help more people so people that need three. We got plenty to help people that have free to put out even more right now to help people with Free People. That are too need to be stabilized. I'm GONNA stabilize him. I don't need to to make him by your bank books. I'm going to stabilize you for free. I'm GonNa talk about the values that we teach at how we can stabilize at been through this before we're GonNa do content and help people. There's a lot out there that already. But we're going to help people stabilize during this time and I'll never forget it. Just like they never forgot the guy that. Fed Your family. They won't they already. Don't forget it. And just compounded that's all and then we're going to help people with Opportunity Right. The people that have saved their money to buy the bankbooks. We're GONNA teach them. Hey this is. You're an expert in short term lending. This is what you can do your car dealer. This is what you can do your this person. This is what these are the two things that we have that nobody else because we can introduce them to the right people and give them the right knowledge right whether it be through one on one. Business Advisory One on one coaching online courses. Whatever it is. We're going to work free for those. That need stabilization. And we're going to get paid in guaranteed profit for those that want to take advantage and make opportunity and help people to make money. How people and we're GONNA have fun while we were here at the office. Which I'm praying for so be careful but it could happen. The numbers could happen. Just be prepared for it and nobody panic just know that. We're preparing now in case we have to go home for whatever it is so this business will ask two months or two years. Okay will you will be employed. We will be right because your job will get more and more valuable. You'll see people. There's GonNa be a flood of people that need work. Maybe we can take advantage opportunity. Give more people more opportunity to make money with us and to give them employment. Whether it's here or remotely this is our business opportunity in stabilization. We will not charge. Anybody will not by Your Bank books. We are going to do it for free. Anybody that needs stablization. This is the place that they come. You guys are all catalysts. You all part of this. We're GONNA take advantage of opportunities those people that have been prepared and have been through this like me and have been waiting to be able to make money help people and have fun at the same people. We're going to buy up your bank book if you're looking to buy up other people's Bankbooks we're gonNA take a portion of that we're going to guarantee profit. We're only GONNA work month to month. We're not GONNA lock people in but anybody that needs stabilisation. Do for free guys okay with that. That's what this business does. It always is done that right. Anybody that needs Dave Meltzer and his team. We do for free anybody that wants to make money with us. We guarantee it and we do a month a month as a profit center. That's been my business. Mono from day one true we guarantee it one month ends. You tell me. Did you make more money and provide more value than you gave me? Yes okay good. Would you like to go to month too? They say yes. Okay good at the end of the month. Same thing now. They can't go back after eight months to say oh month nine. I didn't get value. I want all nine months back. No no no no no. That's not opportunity. You're now in the stabilization period. Let me give you some stuff for free. Then we stabilize you. But I can't be in business in guarantee everybody that I worked for for years and years and years. That's not realistic. That's not what we do and I know all of you are behind us so I know what we're doing stabilization wise. We're going to create more content directed towards stabilising people through this time about how to prepare if you're working at home how to sell from home once again proving. What did I tell everybody before? I even knew about the corona virus. What was going to be the two things that will distinguish you may remember. What do you think two things that are going to help you? We all have to work at home top. This telephone every once in a while. Blind Squirrel finds a day corn. Maybe maybe I've just been here before. There's no genius behind what I do is just situational experience looking and seeing what. I know in how things are sold and why they're sold. We still have an online marketplace. Those people that know how to be tough and not afraid and not look at the false evidence appearing real and just be careful and not exacerbate situations and then know how to use the telephone. Because I promise you you're not gonNA texture way to opportunity or texture way to stabilize. People got to be able to talk to him. And guess what you all been trained on it. The five to thrive credibility emotional attachment quantifying reasons and capabilities impact in features and benefits. You all at some degrees. Some level know how to communicate with intonation connotation in context in order to affect you wait. Stimulating interest transitioning interest sharing vision managing and development busy and thriving even though there's a corona virus when everybody else some of them about eighty seven percent are gonna live over here. I just want to gotTa get through. This I need to stabilize. Guests is going to be there to do it for free you are. You're going to feel good about it and they're never gonNA forget you just like I don't forget the people that helped me when I was stabilizing. I won't help. Never forget those people who agree I just don't and I'm loyal to those people. They can do things. People think. He's manipulating new overselling. You back in so you lying or cheating to you. Yeah put when I needed them. They were right here. You can't lie cheat me. Oversell her back inside manipulate me. Because I'm a teacher accountability. All I do say what did I do to attract into my life. And what am I supposed to learn from it? Sometimes I say you need it more than me. How are we gonNA come out this bigger better making more money helping more people having more fun more people are going to be at home everybody? They're going to be online more people they're going to be looking for stabilization in opportunity. They're going to be looking for self-development inspiration Asian all the things that we provide people careers. There's going to be a pressure on you know I'm graduating college. I'm not GONNA have the career fear I'm not going to. I need somebody to help me. You know we're here to stabilize in to build those relationships. I promise you you help. Somebody get their first job though. Never forget it when their presidents of companies and leagues and organizations and Charities. Though never forget you so when they need to hire you twenty years from now. When you're an old guy like Bob proctor? I'll be seventy two years twenty years from now. When some of these kids will be running multibillion dollar companies who do you think they're going to hire Dave Meltzer. Why because we were there to help them. These are the type of opportunities. I want you to think about. Think about how. We're going to send those rocket jerseys to the six year olds so that in twenty years they buy season tickets with gratitude though and value the same guarantees that we always give. But what can we do today to give us the exposure the awareness the value? How can we ask a series of questions of how we can be services values to others in? How can we ask a series of questions of? Who can help us make more money? Help more people and have fun. I want you all thinking about I guarantee you. Other people are bringing people into a company the size and go. Look if you want to save your job you gotta figure out how you're going to get me clients. Go home but your job in two months. I can't afford to keep you. There's a lot of people that are hearing that today. A Lot. Think about what other people are hearing and how we can help them. Think about the businesses that are surrounding us. The gyms the CD companies the nutrition companies. All the ones think about what they're going to need and how we can help on the opportunity side we know what to do on the stabilisation side. I got plenty of content. We're GONNA pour it out to help people I'm going to get more. People are trying to get the head of the corona disease for podcast. I'm trying to do as much as I can. Help PEOPLE STABILIZE. And keep them inspired. I'm not looking to take advantage by anybody's bankbook but I am looking to help people with opportunity. They have businesses that can help people. You know there are more people like Howard League podcast guests. We help there. I don't know but I want you guys to take away from this meeting and give me ten minutes. They're more on. What Opportunities Exist? I want your ideas. Where else can I do? Qna or one oh one or speeches online on the opportunity side where we can keep this economy moving so everybody ends up in a better place than they were because of this. That's actually possible. It doesn't have to be a worse place. For everyone. We can stabilize more people and give more opportunities. Hope you enjoyed this episode of the playbook but more importantly I want you.
"howard league" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"I think that's w thing. I think you're right. Yeah. I used to be a smoker now vape purse, okay? And I get squirrelly if I don't have on at all time is that like guava criminal lay. I just ran out of that. My stock tobacco flavor. But we do have a cabinet full of like, blue, mid raspberry lemonade and all sorts of stuff. Butternut squash lasagna. That's right. Smell. Yeah. Do you ever? Try. We've got some of the weird salt straw flavors in the freezer to if you ever want creepy crawly critters would actually has chocolate dipped crickets and Todd meal worms. Just let us know. Blood in the Oculus blood pudding. Yeah. That's right made with it's real blood pudding. I feel like I'm not going to be able to continue. Yeah. Gobsmack phase. Well, that's pretty bitch. And that's the fun every month, which actually cure in who are thinking believe, you know, the filmmaker Kieran Turner cure Turner lives across the hallway. Yeah, he's lovely. I was going to text him. Yeah. I would love for that to happen to I I'm I'm quite remiss in my communication with him. But he is that some solid shit. He's fucking amazing is and let's just remember talk about how great is documentary. Tobias eighty is. I think it's essential viewing. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. That is an incredible story. It really is in the way that he did it the way he did it in such an underhanded vicious backstabbing. Howard league. It's so uplifting. Praise him. Yes, lower so back to songwriting and also your whole trajectory with music as you mentioned you move back to America. And then you were playing with his ours. Right. Yes. As right, then you stop play music. Good long while and that's you were doing Russian interpreting that right? Well, yeah. I was getting into I was I was just cutting my teeth. I did a like a continuing advance. Studies course at NYU for Russian medical interpreting. Oh my God. Yeah. I when I saw it in the when I saw it in the thing. I was like, you know, like looking around. And I went and the teacher was off the hook amazing. But it was it was very intense. It was all Russians and me and just learning like everything about the human body in Russian and English. And you know, all the tests, and you could have cancer medicine one day and the next day. It'd be a physicist, you know, a renowned physicist hearing for the first time guy from Russia who is in a car crash forty years ago lost his hearing, and you're there now first time where you're gonna hear with the coq Lear implant. I mean, it was I mean, it was mind boggling I wasn't. I was I think I'm I think I was quite horrible at it. Because I couldn't I had a very difficult time maintaining distance. Oh, sure. Because you know, as an interpreter you must be invisible shoe speak in the first person don't use third person. And you know, you you don't interact on an emotional level with people. But man, I sure I found it quite difficult there. Was a woman that was coming in getting a cancer diagnosis after she had just lost her son to cancer with the same doctor? She was going to go through it. Yeah. And it was bad. Yeah. I mean, I can't just sit there, and, you know, linguistically speaking from on the human perspective, I could definitely I was definitely going in the right direction..
"howard league" Discussed on Female Criminals
"For her feelings of guilt and PTSD in response to her friends drowning on top of that she couldn't turn to her own parents for help working out her feelings, and we don't know if she ever approached her grandmother for help in fact, experiencing childhood trauma such as being beaten as an infant only increases a person's risk of experiencing PTSD. The support structure was not in place to help Myra cope with her friend's death in a healthy way. So instead my relied on coping mechanisms such as turning to religion and dropping out of school to help her get through in January nineteen sixty-one nineteen year old Myra landed a typist position with a chemical distribution company on her very first day, her new boss introduced her to a young man who would send her life spiraling into darkness. Twenty three year old Ian, Brady wasn't like the other men my renew. He was serious and studious. He read books instead of spending every night out at the pub. He talked about exotic locations neither of them had ever visited. They had a lot in common as well. Ian had been born in Glasgow Scotland to a single mother who eventually gave him to another couple to raise much in the same way Myra had been given to her grandmother. Ian was also very intelligent and it set him apart from his peers from young age teachers would describe him as whip smart, and terribly lazy except when it came to crime he'd gone before a judge three times for breaking and entering before his seventeenth birthday as a condition of his release for his third quarter appearance. Ian was sent to live with his mother and her new husband in Manchester. But he wasn't there for long before an event happened that would shape him forever while Ian was. Working at a local market. A man had asked him to help him load goods into his car. Whether Ian knew the goods were stolen or not. We don't know. But we do know that when police arrested the man for theft. They also arrested, Ian as an accomplice in was sentenced to two years in England's equivalent of juvenile hall, Colin Wilson. Ian Brady's prison pen pal said, Ian, deeply resented what he saw as an unfair sentence passed down by upper classes that only saw him for the class. He had been born into this punishment sparked a festering hatred him. He wanted to make society pay for the unjust hand. He felt he had been dealt in life, and he wanted to do it. So that his name would ring immortal after his death research published in psychology suggests that most serial killers experience extreme moments of humiliation and embarrassment while they're growing up and that contributes to their desire to kill. But Ian, didn't just kill as we'll explore later. He also violently sexually assaulted his victims research by the Howard league for penal reform in England has shown that rape in prison is seriously under reported and under punished in England as it is in the United States still using statistics. From the case that are reported between one and four percent of miners in their version of juvenile hall are raped while incarcerated though, we don't know whether Ian was sexually assaulted while incarcerated we do know that he himself pointed to this period of his life as the moment that changed him forever. It's possible that experiencing or witnessing rape in prison is what set him on the course to perpetrating sexual violence of his own while in juvenile hall. Ian studied bookkeeping and picked up an obsessive hobby of reading about Hitler and Nazism. His literary appetites grew to include works by the marquee Saad. From whom we get the word. Words sadist and sadism. He also made plans to travel and to fund that travel with petty crimes after his release. He joined a gang of car thieves and used his pay from those crimes to travel around the area..
"howard league" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
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"howard league" Discussed on talkRADIO
"The current leader of you Cape Gerald batter that's, all in the next hour it's h.. O. one signed for the news with Sunday morning Johnny here's prisons being taken back into government hands manning komo's over the. Westminster attack and the latest chapter in the fake news saga in the states across the UK online and on Talk radio. On the our news headlines the government is taking over. The running of a notorious jail from g four s after inspectors described it as squalid. Hundreds of inmates will be moved from Birmingham to other, prisons today and a new governor will be put in charge it's. A private prison critics. Of the scheme say it's time the government admitted privatization is not the best. Way to run the system Frances cook from the Howard league for penal reform, has been telling John on talk radio they don't work contracts all very. Punitive to the state and then also. Good way to run things in the prison system it doesn't include competition so the state the taxpayer always loses out. Amounts you to appear in court later charged with attempted murder. After a car crashed outside the. Houses of parliament Sally Qatar from Birmingham is alleged to swerved, car. Into cyclists and pedestrians last Tuesday morning, leaked papers suggest EU migrants living in the UK will be given the right to remain here even if there is a no deal breath Set the Daily Telegraph says. Ministers plan to, take the moral high. Ground it's one of a series of technical notes which will be released this week to help people and businesses prepare In the world of fake news and rather astonishing battles between Donald Trump's White House in the press has been yet another astonishing encounter overnights the former, mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani is now one of, the president's advisors. And was arguing on NBC that the president should not, testify at the Russia investigation his justification left. The host literally loss for words it somebody's version of the truth not the truth he didn't have a conversation I don't like I know it isn't true true there's in truth, the president United States, says I didn't truth is the, truth Mr Mayor..
"howard league" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Service community. Sentenced treatment requirements have been handed out that means fewer short-term custodial sentences will not necessarily we know. That the four hundred people have been given those. Sentences we don't know, what the outcomes were we. Don't, know whether they got the proper treatment and. Care they needed? We don't know whether that actually did reduce the use of prison sentences because evaluations. Not been done so, yes in principle it's a good thing and I support it I welcome the Justice sexiest pressure for. The courts, particular magistrates courts not to use short prison sentences this is this is good however you need the resources in the, community to support. PS but there's certainly evidence that the judges think it is making a. Difference to, to their actions for example one one judge Richard Clancy's the lead Judge at at a court in Merseyside which is where one of the areas where where the. Pilots scheme was undertaken says to have a trial. Scheme with the court has onsite. Psychologists say that a community order can be made by the judge. On the same day without the need. For adjournment is a remarkable and innovative move he says this allows us. To nip in the bud one of the major causes of crime well we've had these sorts Knicks. Firms before, and they're, short lived we had the problem solving Kotey. Liverpool which is very much the same sort of thing but it's very expensive if you put resources. Into a court says the. Court, can order a proper sanctioning by paying for psychologists psychologists. Nature's I'm getting people things like housing and proper support in the community some something to do. Somewhere to, live and, someone to look, after them It that's what people need and, that way they don't commit crime again and that's, what we will and. All of that costs money and it, costs money in the community so it's cheaper than prison but we, do. Need, to divert money into that support so that we have safer communities, less crime Francis Crick from the Howard league for penal reform thanking q Now at twenty five past seven. Here's Gary with the sport either, Martha Michelle good morning forty, six players within five shots of the lead going into, today's second round of the US PGA golf championship in Saint Louis England's Justin Rose. And Ian Poulter three shots off the lead Ross Fisher is four behind but it's America's Gary woodland who leads the tournament by one. Stroke reporting from the costs our correspondent Iain Carter players battled sapping heat and heavy rough but plenty prospered with..
"howard league" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Whether it should tell you that's not a minor crime why are we treating these things as minor crimes well i would say that you know if the statistics don't quite back up the these cases are not getting processed official policy well i i don't think it is official policy percent clearup rate for burglary some some some local conservatives don't investigate burglaries if they're in a house with an old number door other even number two we are moving well i mean we're moving into different different policing and what's happening on the policing side even if people people aren't coordinating to say they're not punish what an assistant deterrent to crime these down come back to the point that we've had a system which has maxed out on prison we've doubled our prison population with the loss of money behind prisons not in community sentences or policing or other things that you could throw money out if you're looking to strengthen the justice system we put all the the heavy end the end of the journey which is prison that's where the investment has gone we've doubled effort simple population it's not working and i mean everything you've just said that back set up the system can actually cope with trying to deal with things i mean i i got to spend the money dealing with the crime of all these people being out on the streets as we spent the money on dealing with them behind balls by interesting does a lot of there is a lot of academic evidence the thing that people are most frightened it comes in crime is being caught and so if we answered to emphasis on that then the sentence but the point is worried about being caught if they going to go to jail or face a natural centers and if they don't face it actually that water care whether they're caught do they just laughing at us eight nineteen is a time we'll have to leave it there andrew nilsson is director of campaigns at the howard league for penal reform love to hear your thoughts loss tweets coming this we'll get to more days very same coming up we'll say we're gonna be talking about why the nhs he's actually not very good at treating deadly illnesses continue report today the time is eight nineteen this is talk radio radio digital device for the real how do you think england are going to do this summer bob i don't know john but i've got a good feeling about iceland they're demonstrating an impressive three two one formation that's right three restaurants pizzas to garlic breads and a one and a half liter bottle of pepsi max all for only five pounds with a line like that there's no way you can lose your freezer and win at summer with subject to availability see store for details.
"howard league" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Tony's keep safer constituent stay safe as well jonathan winters labor impedes steady and high the local mp for the large wildfires continue kenny continuing even does read six miles across now across saddleworth more those strong winds and the heat goes driving those flames bitter the certainly the greater manchester andy burnham has been praising fire crews today at ten fire engines fifty firefighters on the same key upstate on any developments on that story now another fascinating development today is the words of the justice minister rory stewart at a select committee hearing yesterday he was speaking to the commerce justice committee and as being questioned about the government's a basic business policy and he said that he was as a view that of types of setting up has to reduce the number of people behind bars which have almost doubled from a up to eighty three thousand in the last twenty five years that she he says he's number one priorities is to protect the public says the please the best ways to significantly reduce if not eliminate the under twelve month prison population because he's people don't community sentences or less likely offend the people put in prison he's saying we need to shape the argument as to why an evergreen prison population is not in the interest of the public he's saying the victim the offender and society we better off if we have fewer people in prison but is he right well let's talk about this with andrew nielsen he's director of campaigns at the howard league for penal reform good morning to you andrew good morning there'll be lawful loss of people including an awful lot of tories and indeed some tory obeys as well rather angry with the justice minister for for making this point is it the case that we'll all be better off and safer if we don't put people behind bars it less people behind bars than than i think so yes well because at the moment prisons are very violent dangerous place season so huge amount of problems and particular group of people that was talking about those who commit more minor crimes and will be going behind bars for maybe just to see weeks nothing positive can be done with them in not time to get exposed to all those problems on a minute that's not them behind bars for longer isn't it i mean i think you have to look at what what the problems that these people have and why they commit crimes and is often because alcohol issues mental health problems prisons on geared up to deal with that and what restricts talking about was sentenced to actually kind of for things like took treatment mental health support alongside things like unpaid work in the community you know in the end they do statistics behind them in the sense of results i mean community sensor seize the refunding race about not short prison sentence that's no nicey that either but he's that is the case from the research that i've done over the years if you compare someone who's got one community centers then then yes much less likely to be someone who will commits another offence than somebody who's been behind bars but the reality is the people go behind bars unless it's either yvonne it'll serious other serious there's a general rule they've committed numerous of the same crimes before they gave behind bars had numerous community sentences and then what a surprise they carry on committing crime where they come out of jail this very little evidence over the years that someone giving a community center so someone given a prison sentence for the same crime in the of the same circumstances the this is the case that will you're claiming is true even a news casey so the rescinding rate will still be less community sentence it may not be not not not if you take into account the time the persons behind bars and therefore not able to commit crime but equally the.
"howard league" Discussed on Sex Talk Podcast
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"howard league" Discussed on Sex Talk Podcast
"Coming up on this episode of sex talk relationships while in prison and one whisper about on the second relationship was more meaningful without that secondly she had got free prisoner don't think sex talk real stories real issues will also be joined in the studio by lorraine atkinson who works for the howard league for penal reform who will be telling us all about the twenty four team review they did on sax imprisons amongst other things the review found that some sexually active men were refused access to condoms because they aren't allowed in prison while another interviewee found that he was entitled to condoms in his prison but had to return them when used to healthcare before he could get any more before lorraine joins us this is julia who spent forty months in a women's prison talking about her life before prison sex talk before prison that's probably and out him up time but those kind of teesside's from ally for went to prison the head of the normal because university and then there was kind of like beverage tweet were at be going out and kennedy leaving can you alive but kind of take you to the extreme early i think to me it's always been the balance is transmitting a normal life and then i've been a string of inappropriate relationships that that's probably friendships and mom sahira relationships and so for me it was kind of i was living in conflicts continually that was a former prisoner julia took it about her life before going to prison i think some people going into prison his oversee a shock to the system in itself but we don't really think much about what your sex life is going to be like when you go into prison and it sounded like going to prison help julia reflects on what her life was like before it was a little marker in the sand to see how her behavior guess contributed to where she ended up she's obviously very frank you know and prison allows you that time of course to reflect and there's anything you have imprisoned it's time this is where it really starts to get interesting what happened when julius step through the prison gates.
"howard league" Discussed on WSB-AM
"About their love racing you a nice little video okay loyd howard league they're at peachtree city we got a lot of people down here is a credible yard you should see it we have people mind at the tables it is so organizing a everything is laid out perfectly and that's how clark's christmas kids does it is all about the false to key so let me say i met this gentleman and he had already went shopping and he just i just want to do all right on their so sweet and he just went to the table picked up a couple more got his cart and now he's checking out and i said that's really kind of you was so great about bouzis affected you'd know exactly what these huge wore ugo walk through the store pick it up we are here with the liz i want to talk a little bit about waila who six years ago he boards up by with a hillman an eighteen is by now what six year old does not want a bike of course he wants action figures and he wants art supplies he wants to be creative spirit he hasn't ride around on his bike you play with an action figures in that's what all six year old war it has what we want to give the nfl one additives in my county henry county and she will herself a barbie okay boasts six year old he's into the arts and science kids so eight assists seventy children at one so many different things but just remember this when you were a little kid and you woke up christmas morning and you saw that stream you remember having something and we wanna make sure these children don't wake up and so have something and feel the love exotic laudable was more fortunate enough to get their catalogue every year go through its circle items it man we will see those things under the christmas tree santa would come down the chair meet drop them all but you got to remember somkid's though they're not that fortunate in this what clark's christmas cute it's all about 27 seventeen georgia highway fifty foyer in peace jury city are to rail sasha people what are you don't so.
"howard league" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You don't you know rivers kinda keeps you in every game i don't really know what the end game is the nfl in la baram added it's going to have to be defined by what's going to be it's like a neutral every game like a neutral game and beat opposing fans fancy will give them a chance to kind of go in there and and that's how it was yesterday about from people i would never step but an epa people who were there add that it just felt like you are at a neutral site game an app that probably will feel like la transplant how it will be an opportunity for patriots fans to go see their team area now lay broncos fan uh but i don't know how easy it can it be that create a ambition a you look at the tv ratings therapy uh for last week you have achieved ego get a seven five seven in la the chargers or an by law though wow lay players can only get better you know almost fifty percent better than the local team uh unusual dynamic it's very unusual dynamic i could stay on this topic for another hour by a let you go league rate grade zero and live you wrote a great cover story for us i and dwight howard league to have you back thanks so much li jianqi us is he he is death in one of the best in the business i tell you that if some becomes on but to hear him get so fired up on the chargers what is normally just so objective and so measured and it's just so personal are gonna get out they're gonna tear me up i am way over sorry about that y'all time now for sports update here it is jay berman my badge it's all you sports sleigh.
"howard league" Discussed on The Bugle
"What gives his career they will say you gotta make prisoners now work so they can get ready for life back on the back on the outside and surely running a massive hotel empire has better than sewing up mile bags or go for making spoons howard league for penal reform in this country is a great organization destroying to mike penal system in layman's terms grow the gop and the director of campaigns howard league said that reducing resources while allowing the prison population to grow unchecked has created a toxic cocktail of violence death and human misery map violence staff and that is not a cocktail you want to drink or not how or specifically the kind of qalqilya onto drink on several hundred consecutive nonvoluntary nights in in fact i have that cox soil right here the penal collider oh my guilt that needs a significant squeeze eleven and seriously distracts their parasol a what the heck on on on give me another one is the law for i'll tell you what we nato unavem to solve the global problems with prisons ottis spice prisons thoughts surely eminence pernod's ping suggested in certain science fiction shows an books but good luck shore shanking your way i one of those tim robbins that already some troves games neil armstrong no action national he was a petty criminal stole a grenade from a nursing home is a christmas gift for his wife basel graffitied i on let me check on so the george washington on mount rushmore and michael collins obviously while legally different ways of looking at his actions in the struggle for our independence but anyway i all gauteng stretch on moon central penitentiary but broke out busted out off the less than a diein cullen's overseeing a getaway vehicle resumed them back to earth more recently tim paik uh the british astronaut was sentoff for a sixmonth stretch on the hmp international space station.
"howard league" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Close to the it is for the conference finals a shot to win an nba title in you just you just miller then yeah hey kirk as far as the list of the dearest goes if you think about just the season's playoffs you have to put james harden number one with that performance we all agree with that but number two i've got a candidate for you i want you to go yeah your next the boston celtics wearing all black and then losing to the wizards because they hated on the wizards earlier in the season when they did it isaiah thomas at all that's cute and then they do it and they lose would you put that number two on the list of embarrassment yeah that might be right up there i was i was gonna say like her on toes second round effort or something might be in there too but yeah that was if you're going to if from the if you're going to make a statement man fair up the winners winter after them during the regular season and then the wizards won the game mm yeah backed it up absolutely curt you always backup your words matter appreciate you being on the show will catch descent prankster i i it with you guys yes my wife not always we're all in the same boat very is curt healing blogger in cease of pro basketball talk dot com i hope i have a fancy title like that sometime that'd be nice yeah i mean you are already a super swelled guys so that's pretty good that's a good masseuse super swells well yes tie that's that's what i got right now there's words i guess whereas other coming up next to the geico studios howard league is gaining momentum in the off season it's brian know any from salon right you're on fox.
"howard league" Discussed on Channel 955
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