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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The surrounding counties are up to 10 people a table. You'll also hear more from Martin about how he's adjusting. Later this morning, you've heard about several Hoosiers being arrested and charged because they're accused of being involved in the riot at the Capitol Building in D. C. January 6. Well, now it's FBI director Christopher Rays turned to address what the agency knew about the riots. Fox is Rachel Sutherland. Reports watch for lawmakers to Grill FBI Director Christopher Wray about the so called Norfolk Memo. Strong morning about potential violence at the Capitol last week, former Capitol police chief Steven Son testified The memo did not reach his office before the riot. The FBI has said the report, which was based on uncorroborated information was shared through his joint terrorism task force. Raise appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee is his first before Congress since the November election. Rachel Sutherland. Boxes. Violence in Indianapolis, where two women were murdered Monday morning. Chris Davis reports from downtown Indy. One of the women is a shanty Robinson, identified by Marion County Coroner Alfie Belushi was just 21 Thea identity of the other woman who was shot and killed is being withheld right now, until our family is notified. Unity is essential test being able to identify All right, perpetrators of these types of offenses and get those individuals off the streets. Lieutenant Shane fully with the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, he says, if you know anything about what went down just after midnight at the post, Brooke East apartments near 40th and Cordell call I m p d or Crimestoppers, Chris Davis 93. W I B C Mobile news. The Senate is reviewing the next coronavirus relief bill that the House has already passed. Nearly two dozen House Democrats are urging Senate Democrats to push forward with a Hike on the minimum wage to $15 an hour. They've written a letter saying the vice president Harris has the authority to overrule the Senate parliamentarian. But President binds administration has already said that Harris will not act to overrule the Senate parliamentarian. There may be a global pandemic, but Americans are still lured by the call of spring break. Cancun is the number one search destination this year, according to the travel Web site, Expedia in the United States..

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"W Y PC mobile news on the level on the go, E M P be asking for your help, mostly clear and cold, overnight sunny and warmer Tuesday. I'm Stan Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. Two women were murdered early Monday morning, and Indianapolis Chris Davis reports. One of the women is a shanty. Robinson, identified by Marion County Coroner Alfie Belushi, was just 21. The identity of the other woman who was shot and killed is being withheld right now, until our family is notified. Unity is essential to us being able to identify Perpetrators. These have two defenses and get those individuals off the streets. Lieutenant Shane fully with the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, he says, if you know anything about what went down just after midnight at the post, Brooke East apartments near 40th and Cordell call I m p d or Crimestoppers, Chris Davis 93. W I. B C Mobile News brings thousands of people downtown. Every May the 500 Festival, many marathon and five K. Rob Condit reports. This year's event will be virtual once again because of the pandemic. It was a hard decision, says President and CEO Bob Bryant did not come lightly and truthfully, we turned over every corner you could think of turning over. But he said the large event wasn't something they could just scale down. I think people need to remember the scale of this event the thousands of volunteers to get involved the medical support staff that gets involved, you know, even I am PD and others in the security of the route, and they made the announcement on money. Day to give everyone a couple months to prepare. Rob content Network Indiana, So have is a virtual mini marathon work. Rob will have that story Tuesday morning. On the level on the go and on Wi be si dot com. Now here's the forecast from the American Standard Heating Weather Center. Clear, breezy and cold. Tonight is temperatures fall to the low twenties in the overnight hours tomorrow, warming up slightly expect highs in the mid forties under mostly sunny skies. I'm Storm track, a chief meteorologist. Actually, Grandma 93 wi be see you. Colorado Group has eight brands to choose from. And thousands of.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Get involved in politics. He was an outsider going into an insider's game, so a lot of people have found, you know a great deal of inspiration from that, and he speaks on Sunday. Lisa Thanks Evan an hour to the closed the Dow's down to 65. America's listening to Fox. He's lucky three w Y PC Mobile news on the level on the go well, you have to pay. More for a pack. Partly cloudy 46 degrees on Monument Circle. I'm rob content. Here's what's trending at 30 to the Indiana Senate may go double or nothing on a proposed cigarette tax hike. House Republicans tried to split the difference between supporters and opponents of the cigarette tax hike, trimming it from a dollar a pack to 50 cents. Senate President Pro TEM Rod break questions whether that's worth the trouble. 50 cents. I'm not sure it makes anybody happy. The advocates think that's too small of a job because people make Try to make that jump and not quit smoking or the youth will. Maybe you see that is doable and start smoking race as if the tax moves forward. It should be tied to specific health initiatives. House Bill puts the money toward Medicaid. It also attacks e cigarettes for the first time. Eric Bourbon 93 WNBC Mobile need. Police Can't release everything about an investigation. But the Indianapolis Metro Police Department is allowing some cops to talk about knowledge that's not widely known with some people. We really have empowered our commanders to have conversations to have intimate conversations. With community members about information that we may not release publicly, Deputy Chief Kendall Adam says. It's part of the way cops are building trust with the neighborhood, so they get back information that helps themselves crimes and ultimately cuts down on violent crime. Lucas Oil Stadium is starting to look a little bit different as workers there are getting prepped for the NC double a basketball tournament. Kurt Darling reports. The football field has been covered up and will soon have to basketball courts sitting on top Lucas Oil Stadium director Erik Neuberger tells Wish TV They will be essentially splitting the stadium into working operate like two distinct venues. And so you will see a curtain that separates the two courts along the 50 yard line, as well as other ways that we separate the concourses, he says..

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:08 min | 6 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"President Biden today, signing an executive order that lifts the Pentagon's ban on transgender people serving in the military President Trump had put that order in place doing was enabling all qualified Americans served their country in uniform. Essentially restoring the situations against me. Forward Chan transgender personnel qualified and every other way. Serve government in the United States. Military Ohio Senator Rob Portman will not seek reelection next year. The Republican has been in the Senate for a decade. He also served in the House and is the top GOP member on the Senate Homeland Security Committee. In Indiana teenager believed to be involved with a mass shooting that left six people dead, is in custody. The Indianapolis Metro Police Department says Detectives identified and arrested a juvenile suspect early this morning. It comes after they found five people, including a pregnant woman and her unborn child shot dead at a home Sunday morning. Louisville man accused of killing his mother is facing more charges for an incident at the jail. Here's Will Clark Kindred Kinamore was already in metro corrections accused of killing his mother, Tracy Kenmore, inside of her cane run, rode home in December. He's charged with murder and domestic violence in that case. He's now charged with attempted murder and strangulation. After an incident inside of metro correction and arrest citation says that Kendrick Kinamore was caught on camera punching and kicking another man and then using his jail issued shirt to strangle the victim until he lost consciousness. Corrections officers had to use force to remove the shirt from Kenna more and we're able to separate the two men. Will Clark News Radio 8 40 wh s Governor Bashir's Koba 19 Briefing is coming up at four o'clock. I'm Paul Miles news. Radio. 8 40. Wh A. Yes. Thank.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"He says he's Probably going to CBC, maybe around an inch or so. No violence is expected. But Chris Davis reports state police are ready for protests planned at the Indiana statehouse source close to the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, which has been in the intelligence gathering business ever since. That riot at the U. S. Capitol, says there are possibly to protests being planned. Both would probably be peaceful, say the police, and those are Sunday at noon and Wednesday at noon at the Indiana Statehouse, Chris Davis 93 Wi be seen mobile news features organizations feel Indiana's teachers should be given more priority for the limited amount of Coben vaccines available right now, Frontline workers, first responders and people over the age of 70 can get a vaccine in Indiana in state, Senate President Rod Bray says that's the right way to go at the moment. 6.7 million Go see the Indiana to vaccinate. We can't do them all in one day, and there's got to be in order to be done. And so that's the that's the way the state is moving forward, and it's the best we could do. The CDC says there is a relatively low spread of the virus at schools across the U. S. Dr. Virginia Kane, the Marion County health director, is excited about the NC double a men's basketball tournament in Indianapolis this year. Being that she was a college basketball player herself in the 19 seventies. A great Ask about fan. I think it's an exciting opportunity for the city of Indianapolis in the state of Indiana Tau host a very popular event. She tells which TV She's Not sure yet, though, if it will be safe to allow fans that tournament games. She's hoping to have a better idea. Come February. Traffic on the fives. Paul Bone loss. Looking.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:05 min | 6 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Com. Let me three Wi PC Mobile news on the level on the go, Why fingers are being crossed at the state Capitol showers developing overnight, changing to a wintry mix by morning. Some scattered snow showers Friday. I'm Stanley here. Here's what's trending this hour. No violence is expected. But Chris Davis reports Indiana State police are ready for both of the possible protests planned at the Indiana Statehouse, a source close to the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, which has been in the intelligence gathering business ever since that riot at the U. S. Capitol, says there are possibly to protest being planned. Both would probably be peaceful, say the police. And those are Sunday at noon and Wednesday at noon at the Indiana Statehouse. Chris Davis 93 Wi be seen Mobile news legislative leaders are discussing mask requirements again, not for members this time, but for statehouse visitors, Eric Berman explains. Some people left the state house Wednesday without speaking to a Senate committee as planned because a crowd of other witnesses ignored the Statehouse mask order President Pro TEM Rod Bray says he's looking at better enforcement so people come to testify. Feel safe. They were told that they had to wear masks. And you know if you have AH, staff for an intern there at the door. They're not people. They're gonna be able to enforce that sort of thing. So that's why we're going to try and have Capitol police involved. It's not clear what officers would do if someone refuses to mask up. Bray says he'd rather not be in a position of kicking people out of the building. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile means on the level on the go and on Wi be si dot com. Now Here's the forecast from the American Standard heating Weather Center. Mostly cloudy skies tonight if you scattered rain showers, developing, changing over to a wintry mix overnight with lows near 30 mainly cloudy for Friday, with some scattered snow showers throughout the day highs in the upper thirties. I'm wish TVs from tracking meteorologist Little flexibility can go a long way by refinancing. Your newer used out of love with, 10 said. You can lower your monthly payments for more flexibility in your budget. You can even schedule your first payment for up to 60.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Three w y PC mobile news on the level on the go, why fingers are being crossed at the state Capitol showers developing overnight, changing to a wintry mix by morning. Some scattered snow showers Friday I'm stand Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. No violence is expected. But Chris Davis reports Indiana State police are ready for both of the possible protest planned at the Indiana Statehouse, a source close to the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, which has been in the intelligence gathering business ever since that riot at the U. S. Capitol, says there are possibly to protests being planned. Both would probably be peaceful, say the police, and those are Sunday at noon and Wednesday at noon at the Indiana Statehouse. Chris Davis 93 Wi be seen Mobile news legislative leaders are discussing mask requirements again, not for members this time, but for statehouse visitors, Eric Berman explains. Some people left the state house Wednesday without speaking to a Senate committee as planned because a crowd of other witnesses ignored the Statehouse mask order President Pro TEM Rod Bray says he's looking at better enforcement so people come to testify. Feel safe. They were told that they had to wear masks. And you know if you have AH, staff for an intern there at the door. They're not people. They're gonna be able to enforce that sort of thing. So that's why we're going to try and have Capitol police involves not clear what officers would do if someone refuses to mask up. Bray says he'd rather not be in a position of kicking people out of the building. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile news on the level on the go and on Wi be si.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Three. W Why PC Mobile news on the level on the go, Why fingers are being crossed at the state Capitol showers developing overnight, changing to a wintry mix by morning. Some scattered snow showers Friday I'm stand Lear. Here's what's trending this hour. No violence is expected. But Chris Davis reports Indiana State police are ready for both of the possible protests planned at the Indiana Statehouse, a source close to the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, which has been in the intelligence gathering business ever since that riot at the U. S. Capitol, says there are possibly to protest being planned. Both would probably be peaceful, say the police, and those are Sunday at noon and Wednesday at noon at the Indian Statehouse Chris Davis 93 wi be seen Mobile news. Legislative leaders are discussing mask requirements again, not for members this time, but for statehouse visitors, Eric Berman explains. Some people left the state house Wednesday without speaking to a Senate committee as planned because a crowd of other witnesses ignored the Statehouse mask order President Pro TEM Rod Bray says he's looking at better enforcement. People come to testify. I feel safe. They were told that they had to wear masks and you know if you have Ah, staffer or an intern there at the door, they're not people. They're gonna be able to enforce that sort of thing. So that's why we're going to try and have Capitol police involved. It's not clear what officers would do if someone refuses to mask up. Brady says he'd rather not be in the position of kicking people out of the building. Eric Berman 93 Wi VC Mobile news on the level on the go and on Wi be si.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It for all to legislative leaders of discussing mask requirements again, not for members this time, but for statehouse visitors. Eric Berman reports. Some people left the state House Wednesday without speaking to a Senate committee as planned because a crowd of other witnesses ignored the Statehouse mask order President Pro TEM Rod Bray says he's looking at better enforcement. People come to testify field say they were told that they had to wear masks. And you know if you have Ah, staffer or an intern there at the door, they're not people they're gonna be able to enforce that sort of thing. So that's why we're going to try and have Capitol police involved, not clear what officers would do if someone refuses to mask up. Bray says he'd rather not be in a position of kicking people out of the building. Eric Berman 93 WNBC Mobile means no violence is expected, but Chris Davis reports Indiana State police Ready for both of the possible protests planned at the Indiana Statehouse, a source close to the Indianapolis Metro Police Department, which has been in the intelligence gathering business ever since that riot at the U. S. Capitol, says there are possibly to protests being planned. Both would probably be peaceful, say the police, and those are Sunday at noon and Wednesday at noon. At the Indiana Statehouse. Chris Davis 93 Wi be seen Mobile News Rivals Square off tonight when the producer men's basketball team faces the Indiana Hoosiers. IU coach Archie Miller knows his guys will have their hands full, very physical team. They're getting better as the season continues to progress, because their depth the plan a lot of different guys. Tip off. Is it seven pregame coverage at six? Right here on 93? W I. B. C.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 7 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Opinions Don't matter with long has opinions don't have no more matters. I value actually share your concerns. I sure your conviction That President Trump should remain president and share that conviction. Young is among the camp of Republicans who will not be challenging the re the electors in the joint session step to start at one o'clock. Jim Banks and Jackie will or ski in the House, along with Mike brought in the Senate plan to do the opposite more than 131,000 Americans have being are being treated now for coronavirus in hospital beds. That sense of Tuesday, and that's a new record high. The covert tracking project says that includes over 23,000 fighting and ICUs. The project also Noted. Nearly 3500. More deaths were reported on Tuesday alone in Indiana 80 more people have died protecting businesses from being sued over coronavirus Smithson issue that's at the center of a stalemate in Washington but has some traction in the Statehouse. America. Berman Caramel representative Jerry Tour says it will be harder for businesses to reopen if they have to worry about being sued because someone cut coronavirus. They're both his bill and the Senate version would ban suits against businesses, hospitals or nonprofits. Unless there's gross negligence or willful misconduct. Whether or not that's inappropriate language haven't heard anybody trust with anything better yet hasn't Senate leaders have said they may try to fast track to build the Governor Holcomb next month? Eric Berman 93 WNBC Mobile Me a bill that would allow the takeover of the Indianapolis Metro Police Department from the City County Council is not as popular with one Democratic state lawmaker Chris Davis. Reports out is basically the message from representative Greg. Taylor. It's time for the legislators who don't live in Indianapolis to stop passing bills. Toe hurt Indianapolis It's hurting the entire state. Those remarks had Tuesday's press conference on the Democratic agenda at the beginning of this year's legislative session. He says he doesn't understand why state lawmakers are trying to make the rules for a city the party that we're fighting against this supposed to be. Party of small government..

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Nicely says he will introduce a new measure on Thursday to end the governor. State of emergency over coronavirus that has been in place since March. Don't believe That the governor should unilaterally make decisions without all three branches of government involved, Eric Berman reports. There's another bill that would simply rework how the governor can roll out a state of emergency. House majority Leader Matt Lehman's bill doesn't require legislative approval to extend an emergency, but it does require legislators to have the opportunity. Governor could declare one month emergency on his own, but he could only extend it if the Legislature's in session. If it's not, you have to call a special session. Eric Berman 93 WNBC Mobile Means Is it ever acceptable for the state to take over a city Police Department? Chris Davis reports. The state Senate may answer that question. In the next couple of months, we lose our convention business. We lose our downtown. We're gonna go back to the seventies eighties, state Senator Jack Sandlin has filed a bill that turns the Indianapolis Metro Police Department over to a five person commission. The City County Council would have no control. Send wins justification. The state invests in the city's tourism efforts, and he remembers a time as an indie cop. When those conventions didn't come here I saw when they rolled the sidewalk up at six o'clock at night. And when Indianapolis was known as India, no place I think I'd be a big mistake to go back in that direction. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C Mobile news. There are long term benefits to the state road 37 closure, But Martinsville is feeding feeling the immediate effects, some unofficial do Tours from the construction have driver's going right through downtown Martinsville. Take our downtown businesses will definitely embrace the traffic of people coming down here, and hopefully we'll get some of them stopping here. Others aren't so keen on it, though. Several complaints about fast drivers and too many large trucks. 37 will be closed for most of the.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"The county sought a court order preventing arbitration and that issue ends up and a an intermediate appeals appeals court in the New York State Court system. And the court says. And if. You've been listening to these podcasts. For a while you can predict what the court Gordon going to say here which is go ye forth and arbitrate. So what are the standards. The court says there's a two part test first of all. Is there any statutory constitutional or Public Policy Prohibition Condition Against Arbitrating the grievance. Is there anything in the law that would prohibit arbitration over this topic and the court says no this. This is nothing there's no statute that's involved here. there's nothing about this. Grievance that violates public policy may be wrong maybe dead loser loser of a grievance but it's doesn't violate public policy so then we moved to the second part of the test and the test is we then look at the collective bargaining agreement to see whether in fact the parties agreed to arbitrate the particular dispute and the court cautions that quote the sentence in examining the collective bargaining agreement. The court must merely must merely determine whether there is a reasonable relationship between the subject matter of the dispute and the general subject matter of the agreement if there is such a relationship the court should rule the matter arbitral so in other words. This isn't a question of whether or not got the contract allows the arbitration of this particular grievance. It's rather whether the grievance since relates to a broad subject that is covered in the collective bargaining agreement. So now now you know again how this case is going to come out. Let me give you the last couple of blinds. From the court's opinion the arbitration provisions of the contract at issue is broad awed. And there's a reasonable relationship between the subject matter of the dispute me too and the general subject matter of the contract although some uncertainty exists as to whether the subject matter of the dispute is encompassed within the salary provisions of the contract or whether the parties contemplated that separate agreement would be required for retro-activity any alleged ambiguity in the contract regarding the coverage of any of its provisions. That's a matter of contract interpretation for the arbitrator to resolve English language translation. You agree to final and binding arbitration in your contract you've agreed to final and binding arbitration in in your contract. Don't come to us with an argument that this particular grievance shouldn't be arbitrated because it's a loser because it's wrong wrong that's foreign arbitrator to decide not for the courts to decide. I want to conclude by reminding reminding me we've got a couple of great seminars coming up that you ought to think about in both of them. registrations are going pretty fast and I recommend if you're interested interested that you check us out at aller. Is Dot Com. The first one is march fourth through six than Las Vegas and it's on collective the bargaining for public safety employees This is a seminar that really gives you all of the basics. I think that you need to prepare Harry yourself for an upcoming bargaining session. We'll talk about everything from What our Basic economic trends. That are out there. What topics bikes are mandatory for bargaining? And what are not And There's an entire day spent on the nuts and bolts of the bargaining process starting with preparing for bargaining and ending with a ratification We'll talk about things like an employer's ability to pay and comparable jurisdictions in learn how you assess total compensation it's just really a A very comprehensive approach to collective bargaining great speakers The other seminar I want to talk about is the first one that we've done in many years on the east side of the Rocky Mountains We've I've I've wanted over the years to be the on the east side of the rocky mountains. Many times we tried putting seminars and places like Chicago and New York and Fort Lauderdale Dale in Orlando and Dallas and it turns out that public safety employees. Really want to go to Las Vegas more than any of those places. But we're sticking our toe in the water again and April fifteenth through seventeenth. We're going to be in Nashville Tennessee for our first ever health and wellness programs For Public Safety Employees This is one where we do anticipate this are selling out. I will hit the maximum capacity. Passively on this I really looking forward to this. Is My firm believer that This approach that we're taking a wellness now As long long long overdue and that we need to be having a much more constructive conversation about wellness in the public safety world This this seminar will involve Three Hours for me talking about wellness programs and the law. So how wellness programs impact. Things like the Americans with disabilities act the FMLA the genetic information nondiscrimination act and the like You'll also hear three hours from Stephanie Con. WHO's I think? Become the nation's premier expert on the issue of resilience and how you increase resilience and first responders founders. Stephania will be talking about Primarily how does an agency and how do unions and how to employee's all prepare air themselves for the inevitable High Stress Moments and trauma that will be associated with a public safety officers job. How do you prepare yourself? So so that. The impact of that trauma is not career changing We then have a whole day. That'll be moderated by my law. All partner a Neo Korea Talking about what I think has a wellness program from A to Z everything from how obvious startup program and and what do you want. What types of wellness are you looking at psychological wellness physical family wellness Financial Joe Wellness. And the like Talking about whether or not participation should be mandatory or not you need confidentiality and the program. What are the metrics for success Neil will be hosting just a wonderful panel Where we're going to have police and fire chiefs chiefs from around the country Well have the director of Public Am Employee Assistance Program From Las Vegas Nevada And we'll have some specialists from behavioral Health Sciences programs as well as rank and file police officers. WHO'VE I've been involved in the end? Firefighters have been involved in the development of wellness programs can be a great panel. It's going to be jam packed day and then On the third day seminar. We're going to hear a three hour presentation for to individuals from the Indianapolis Office Office of Professional Development and wellness in the Indianapolis Metro Police Department. Indianapolis is one of the truth. Success stories in terms arms of the development of a wellness program thankfully. There are several that are out there right now and we actually got to choose from several Ah there there are places like Las Vegas and San Diego that have absolutely great wellness programs and we selected Indianapolis because because we we thought it was just a wonderful example of a good wellness program produced as a result of a joint labor management effort. Effort so Eddie. Rate if you can join us out there in Nashville Tennessee. April Fifteenth Through Seventeenth and twenty. Twenty I am not going going to lead that city without getting some Nashville hot chicken from the thought of all Nashville hot chicken so with that. Thank you for joining me for this podcast. Hope to have you with us for February first Thursday and for now this is well aitchison signing off..

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go Indianapolis metro police this is a priority Miguel here's what's our keeping guns out of the hands of small kids and criminals is a priority for the police the Indianapolis metro police department says trigger locks and safes are ways to secure guns as a community it's important that we work together to identify those around us they should not have access to firearms and eliminate those opportunities together we can work to reduce gun violence in India I am PT deputy chief Kraig McCord says family see to make it a priority especially with everyone getting together and crowded houses with lots of children a website car dealership says it's the victim of a Facebook scam I am S. cars near west tenth street and race way road has been getting phone calls a week from people hoping to get a deal on a brand new car the because Facebook marketplace featured an affirmation last cars the scammers are impersonating the dealership on Facebook managers say they have reached out to multiple law enforcement agencies including Indianapolis metro police department and the FBI in the meantime AMS cars as everyone to report the ads on Facebook a popular indycar driver is leaving the series rob caller reports Sebastian board day has announced he is leaving Dale Coyne racing and the N. T. T. Indy car series race sports cars in the M. sissy reason twenty twenty the Frenchman finished thirtieth in this year's Indy five hundred and finished eleventh in the indycar point standings and he'll leave Indy car with thirty seven career wins tied for sixth most rob cut it ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile dues I'm not a sin we kill all the level on the go.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the here's what's trending for keeping guns out of the hands of small kids and criminals as a priority for the police the Indianapolis metro police department says trigger locks and safes are ways to secure guns as a community it's important that we work together to identify those around us they should not have access to firearms and eliminate those opportunities together we can work to reduce gun violence in Indianapolis I am PT deputy chief Craig McCourt says families need to make it a priority especially with everyone getting together in crowded houses with lots of children an eighteen year old Rockville man was found dead in a grain bin on Friday according to the journal review of Crawfordsville cult and Howard an employee of Ramsay farms was reported missing just after noon on Friday Howard and another former employee had been working in grain bins near state road fifty nine an old Ford road a popular Indy car driver is leaving the series Robert Khan it reports Sebastian board day has announced he is leaving Dale Coyne racing and the N. T. T. Indy car series race sports cars in the M. sissy reason twenty twenty the Frenchman finished thirtieth in this year's Indy five hundred and finished eleventh in the indycar point standings and he'll leave in the car with thirty seven career wins tied for sixth most rob cut it ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile dues if you are filling up your tank today the average gas price in India is currently sitting at two fifty six but to be on the look out for the lowest price at two twenty seven it's.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"That there isn't one what is the moral and ethical difference between prostitution and a one night stand the payment yes that's neither moral nor ethical but let's be honest how some people it is but how many times have you taken a woman on a date and paid for her dinner and her movie just to take her back home it's the same thing you're paying for service no i would argue that in the longterm prostitution is much more affordable yeah go on with the article here from tech dirt the cases according to sergeant john daggett an undercover officer with the indianapolis metro police departments vice unit it's just right up the reason for that is pretty simple the feds closed police the police's best source for leads the online personal site backpage danke says we've been a little bit blind that lately because they shut down back paid i get the reasoning behind it and the ethics behind it however it has blinded us we we used to look at back page as a trap for human traffickers and so it took something that was in the black market and put it even further into the shadows right now human traffickers are basically able to hide even better because back page did have algorithms built into their stuff and they did turn in many human traffickers right to police officers and now the people that are victims of human trafficking are having a harder time leading people know that they're victims because the algorithms and the the key words that would be used by somebody trying to let someone know that there are victim while those would be words similar to what would be used in the ads and so it's harder for them to actually get help right yeah so this has done the complete opposite magin that says just as we noted back page was an incredibly useful tool for police to find human traffickers and fabs and thanks to the do gooders insisting that back page was to blame now back pages gone and the police can't find the traffickers or the pumps anymore this does not seem like the way to stop trafficking it seems like the way to make it more difficult for law enforcement to stop it and then an internet what this means is that now that this has gone into effect we need more laws we need more intrusive surveillance we need to make prostitution more illegal exactly we do that too that way we can come up with all sorts of new ways that we can finally stamp out the world's oldest is it works with twenty thousand gun laws in the country exactly the difference between a prostitute napolitano prostitutes are upfront about what they're willing to do for money there your calls and thoughts welcome eight fifty five four fifty free that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three this is free talk live want revenge on the common housefly well after ten thousand years someone has finally come up with a better way the bug assault a miniaturized shotgun which utilizes ordinary table salt as amunition non toxic.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Zero three seven three three that is how you can call in to join us but maybe you just want to interact with other listeners and sometimes interact with the host well that's what the discord is for chris you're in the discord i don't know if you're in there this exact second but you know all about this thing so this thing called discord this thing called discord yeah so we we do a discord server and that allows you to sign up and join various different chat rooms the ones that are busiest during our show hours of course are ones that say things like free talk live but there's also chat rooms like crypto currency and gaming and things like that that you can go into chat with fellow fans of the show and you'll talk to host two i'm i've been in there kind of all night off and on just a audio chat to where you can verbally chat with other listeners and you can actually call in using the on air call in line on the discord discord dot l r n dot f m now one thing as far as i am aware they're not personal ads in any of the discord chats but that's something that you're still be put up on back page before the federal government took back page dowd because the claim was we have to take down back page to prevent sex trafficking well police are saying that by back page being taken down by the federal government it's making their job harder sergeant john daggett of the indianapolis metro police department says quote with back page we would subpoena the ads and it would tell a lot of the story also with the ads we would catch our victims at a hotel room which would give us a crime scene there's a ton of evidence at a crime say now with backpage gone we're getting late reports of them and we don't have much to go by yeah and what this is called kids for those of you listening at home is called an unintended consequence when the government does something like this they are going to solve some problem with society by coming up with something even more draconian than what they already do like in this case we're gonna stop sex trafficking and prostitution by going after back page through these laws that cover way more than back page there implications across the board we haven't even talked about that this is bad legislation and the very thing that it's supposed to solve it is making worse they're not helping anybody with this they're making it more dangerous for more people right than than than they're obviously trying to help i mean you're not helping anybody other than putting people on the street and we all know the prostitution on the street brings about certain negative connotations it brings about people that you can't vet because you're just meeting them on the street you're bringing about violence you're bringing about drugs ring about a lot of things that may or may not be associated with doing it online where you're just going to somebody's apartment after you've been able to vet them or meeting in a public place and that's going to a hotel room in that you know there's there's all sorts of things and whether you agree or not that prostitution should be legal or illegal they're the statistics are against you view feel that it should be completely illegal when you look at the number of std's that are coming out of places that have legalized prostitution and you know health check requirements and things like that it it pales in comparison to what happens on the street there's no oversight and there's not even personal oversight the counties in nevada for example that actually allow it to be legal they do require some pretty stringent regulations health health checks obviously yes td checks and those sorts of things which i mean let's be honest even if that were not the case of government we're not involved if you're a responsible provider of escort services you're going to do those kind of things for yourself anyway no i just had an idea we'll be bad business not too right customers std's all of the bars that have singles night they should wind up requiring that everybody that enters the bar wind up undergoing health screenings before being allowed into the bar for singles night because somebody might wind up hooking up with somebody.

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"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"indianapolis metro police department" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Or thousands of lives or beatings or who knows what right by keeping off the street probably reduced i if you were morally opposed to the idea prostitution it probably reduced the amount of prostitution going on if you were morally opposed to it simply because people could find others with like interests and you just you know it's it's a shame and christine is we all look at this and we go will dissect provided beneficial services right and whenever prostitution is brought up i always ask the question and thus far nobody has been able to answer this question with anything other that there isn't one what is the moral and ethical difference between prostitution and a one night stand the payment yes that's neither more ethical but let's be honest how some people it is but how many times have you taken a woman on a date and paid for her dinner and her movie just to take her back home it's the same thing you're paying for service no i would argue that in the longterm prostitution is much more forcible yeah yeah on with the article here from tech dirt the cases according to sergeant john daggett an undercover officer with the indianapolis metro police departments vice unit it's just right up the reason for that is pretty simple the feds closed police the police best source for leads the online personal site backpage baggy says we've been a little bit blind lately because they shut down back page i get the reasoning behind it and the ethics behind it however it has blinded us we we used to look at back page as a trap for human traffickers and pumps so it took something that was in the bike market and put even further into the shadow right now human traffickers are basically able to hide even better because back page did have algorithms built into their stuff and they did turn in many human traffickers to police officers and now they're the people that are victims of human trafficking are having a harder time letting people know no that they're victims because the algorithms and the the key words that would be used by somebody trying to let someone know that there are a victim while those would be words similar to what would be used in the ads and so it's harder for them to actually get help right yeah so this has done the complete opposite magin that tech dirt says just as we noted back page was an incredibly useful tool for police to find human traffickers and pubs and thanks to the do gooders insisting that back page was to blame now back pages gone and the police can't find the traffickers or the pelts anymore this does not seem like the way to stop trafficking it seems like the way to make it more difficult for law enforcement to stop it and know what this means is that now that this has gone into effect we need more laws we need more intrusive surveillance we need to we need to make prostitution more illegal exactly we do that too that way we can come up with all sorts of new ways so we can finally stamp out the world's oldest because it works with twenty thousand gun laws in the country exactly the difference between a prostitute napolitano prostitutes are upfront about what they're willing to do for money there your calls and thoughts welcome eight fifty five four fifty.