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02:34 min | Last month

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"30th storms possible later with a high of 83. Good morning. I'm Steve Scott, 7 31 at WCBS. Looks like there is a budget deal in the works for New York City ahead of tonight's deadline, and it does apparently include a cut of a $1,000,000,000 from the NYPD budget. Let's go live outside City Hall now. WCBS reporter Sean Adam Sean. And that's what hundreds of protesters sleeping outside City Hall have been demanding This cut. Mayor De Blasio plans to slice one billion from the NYPD budget. But he insists this is not punitive. We're in a whole different situation, in fact that New York City's ever faced in our history. Health care crisis on economic crisis, a disparity crisis budget crisis all wrapped into one and on a massive massive scale mayor says he believes the department can maintain safety while It's thie. These dollars are reallocating to youth programs. Retired police captain and Molloy College professor John Eterno says the department and the city are going to suffer. Community policing are very, very expensive training officers. Very, very expensive deescalation techniques do not come cheap. So to cut the budget by $1 billion. Is a major mistake that will will be paying for in years to come. As shootings increase across the city. The police force will reportedly be trimmed by more than 1000 officers over time will be slashed. In school safety will be moved over to the Department of Education. Live at City Hall. Sean Adams. WCBS NEWS Radio 80 New York City's plan to allow indoor dining at restaurants may be placed on hold Governor Cuomo. Says he's worried about what's been happening in other states were indoor gatherings and a lack of compliance have triggered searches in covert 19 are re openings have worked very well. We're not going backwards. We're going forwards. The governor says the decision to hold off on giving restaurants. The green light will be announced tomorrow. New Jersey is also hitting pause and its reopening plans, reversing a decision to let restaurants offer limited indoor dining later this week. WCBS reporter Marla Diamond down the Jersey shore this morning with that story, Marlin And Steve scenes of people packing into New Jersey bars and restaurants, not social distancing or wearing masks, coupled with a surgeon covert cases in other states. Has prompted Governor Murphy to hit the pause button on indoor dining, which was set to get underway.

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"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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04:14 min | Last month

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Will decide on Wednesday whether to allow it in New York to Broadway will not reopen until next January shows were supposed to be back on in September and three pairs of Lazio today rolled out his proposal to take a billion dollars from the NYPD six billion dollar budget and put it in community and youth programs retired police captain Dr John eterno who is now a criminal justice professor and associate dean at Molloy college I spoke with le WCBS is Michael Wallace earlier it's certainly not sought out very well the NYPD is one of the few organization within the city that is a money maker and this will cut back on revenue right up front we have to think about the tickets the enforcement also or is on that the city brings and is largely due to the huge decrease in crime that NYPD which at least partially responsible for this kind of cutting your nose to spite your face it it's not sold out well enough to the point where you could say okay we're going to you know use a scalpel to cut certain things and in my view this isn't really a major major problem in terms of not just the NYPD making body but in terms of other thank you you get what you pay for so if the New York City police department's budget is cut you are likely to see I have a bye this much you are likely to see less professional officers more corruption and so forth so by cutting the budget you will actually be not only Harding that apartment but hurting the service that they kept things like for example community policing Aug very very expensive training officers very very expensive teach de escalation techniques do not come cheap so to cut the budget by one billion dollars is a major mistake that will will be paying more in years to come your former NYPD captain John what what do you think this does to morale within the ranks at the NYPD all around was horrible morale certainly it is it is at a low point in the history of the department and I will I would venture to say that says as a police officer upon hearing that so I feel as though my leaders the executive branch of the government the mayor is not backing me up I feel all the wanted I feel on needed and I'm going out there risking my life every single day and I know officers personally who had died in the line of duty and I feel that this is a very disparaging thing to do to the police department with the idea that somehow peace officers are old brutal officers ninety nine point nine percent of them are doing a great job and our heroes and could do this to them without thinking is a slap in their face retired NYPD captain Dr Johnny turno now a criminal justice professor and associate dean of Malloy college John we appreciate your thoughts thanks for joining us my pleasure Michael it's nine double CVS from again whether together Kelly Dillon problems on the east side that's right the self the lefty or drive down quite a bit the approaching one hundred sixteenth street there is a crash now blocking at least a lame bumper to bumper delays both ways through that site you want to go with the west side instead also what the protesters in lower mid high in at city hall and the Foley square that's about one thousand each and also a group of five hundred Washington Square park so you want to avoid the roadways around those three spots and on two eighty seven in Westchester on the westbound side approaching exit ten I just getting word of a new crash the left lane our our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on W. C. B. S. the forecast from meteorologist Bob Larson mostly cloudy early tonight a couple of showers and thunderstorms any which can bring a downpour partly cloudy late tonight areas.

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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02:54 min | Last month

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Number of customers inside eleven forty seven and now to Monday's change it within the NYPD getting rid of the anti crime unit more on this where they occur Linda Lopez you talk with Beloit college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain Jonny turno this was the unit that was it that had No officers from this unit were involved in Erica garner's death and obviously this comes as we hear several calls for police reform across the country do you think this is a knee jerk reaction I do I think that the city is at this point probably looking at things that they can do that would at least in some way ameliorate some of the situation that's going on Eric garner's death is is horrible very terrible situation but all officers do deserve due process and the the system must work through so that officers need to be defended by both the police commissioner and the mayor they need to stand by these officers and not just dismantle very successful programs like the anti crime unit that helped to bring down crime to its levels that we're seeing now with New York is one of the safest big cities in America and to keep it that way we need these units to be supported by the mayor and by the police department not just dismantled due to political expediency and we know that big budget cuts may be coming for the NYPD and we've heard very strong reactions about the cuts from police unions what arguments are they making well I certainly think that making cuts to police departments is a is a big mistake right now in this type of atmosphere we actually need more money for police departments training body cameras memory for body cameras hiring professional officers these types of things are very very expensive and should simply because the budgets you are going to end up with the police department that's less professional not more professional which is what we need at this moment then let's see what do you say to those who say there is too much police excessive use of force well there's no doubt that there are issues especially when we see things like Chauvin that was horrible horrible and disgusting what happened there that is not a professional officer but if you want more Sheldon's cut the budgets that is John eterno he's a criminal justice professor from Molloy college and a former NYPD captain thank you for joining us yeah well thank you eleven forty nine the.

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"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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03:08 min | Last month

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The rules of comes after the beautiful weekend top people out gathering in the street in Manhattan eating and drinking many too close together and without masks to next year's Academy Awards being postponed until April because of the corona virus the period for movie eligibility is also shifting and three the big move from the NYPD today as the commissioner announced an end to the plainclothes anti crime unit Beloit college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain John eterno spoke with Linda Lopez this afternoon this was the unit that was it that had No officers from this unit were involved in Erica garner's death and obviously this comes as we hear several calls for police reform across the country do you think this is a knee jerk reaction I do I think that the city is at this point probably looking at things that they can do that would at least in some way ameliorate some of the situation that's going on Eric garner's death this is horrible very terrible situation but all officers do deserve due process and the the system must work through so that officers need to be defended by both the police commissioner and the mayor they need to stand by these officers and not just dismantle very successful programs like the anti crime unit that helped to bring down crime to its levels that we're seeing now with New York is one of the safest big cities in America and to keep it that way we need these units to be supported by the mayor and by the police department not just dismantled due to political expediency and we know that big budget cuts may be coming for the NYPD and we've heard very strong reactions about the cuts from police unions what arguments are they making well I certainly think that making cuts to police departments is a is a big mistake right now in this type of atmosphere we actually need more money for police departments training body cameras memory for body cameras hiring professional officers these types of things are very very expensive and should simply because the budgets you are going to end up with the police department that's less professional not more professional which is what we need at this moment then let's see what do you say to those who say there is too much police excessive use of force well there's no doubt that there are issues especially when we see things like Chauvin that was horrible horrible and disgusting what happened there that is not a professional officer but if you want more Sheldon's cut the budgets that is John eterno he's a criminal justice professor from Molloy college and a former NYPD captain thank you for joining us you're welcome thank you Linda checking traffic.

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04:21 min | Last month

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Up of about six hundred officers plainclothes officers and they're spread out across the city and all seventy seven creeping up pretty wide mandate to go after violent crime get illegal guns off the street and they've developed a something of a reputation of being more aggressive it it's often a group that's involved in some of the biggest headlines like Eric garner's death Daniel Pantaleo was assigned to the unit NYPD commissioner Dermot shape that this movie has nothing to do with job performance nothing to do with the protests the past couple of weeks just a decision he said he made personally to try and move the department into the future bill or trust and cooperation and in his words use less brute force those are six hundred officers are getting re assigned a lot of them either the detective bureau are cute Eberhart policing roles well a lot of folks have been calling for police reforms over the past few weeks what kind of reaction are you hearing about this move yeah there had been a lot of calls for the NYPD the kind of fundamentally change the way it does business the next thing is to be a move looking to satisfy a lot of those critics the commissioner call this a really a seismic change I spoke with one of the NYPD's biggest critics city councilmember Donovan Richards chairs the council public safety committee he called this a big movie set this unit had been running quote with almost no oversight so this is an important step in his life but he is bringing up an interesting point you think this may be connected to the repeal of fifty eight I was the state law that shielded police disciplinary records Richards thing to the commissioner may be trying to play it a bit safer now that the public can be all these records well another thing that may be on the horizon for the NYPD is a big budget cut did the commissioners say how he's feeling about that prospect yeah he did he is not too excited about it the people that that you referenced the fact that the there are some troubling increases in certain crimes twenty five percent increase in orders year over year a forty seven percent increase in burglaries the commissioner said budget cuts should not reduce the head count of the department he said new Yorkers want more cops not fewer which I can tell you after two weeks of covering protests that's not something I heard leadership in the city council has vowed to cut a billion dollars from the NYPD's budget but mayor to blog the it's still not on board its press secretary put out a statement saying the mayor wants to re prioritize funding and find savings but he does not think of billion dollar cut is the way to maintain safety W. CBS reporter Steve burns we also spoke to Molloy college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain John eterno about the dissolving of the anti crime unit and he says the decision to disband the unit is political and not based on law enforcement I think that the city is at this point probably looking at things that they can do that would at least in some way ameliorate some of the situation that's going on Eric garner's death this is horrible very terrible situation but all officers do deserve due process and the the system must work through so that officers need to be defended by both the police commissioner and the mayor they need to stand by these officers and not just dismantle very successful programs like the anti crime unit that helped to bring down crime to its levels that we're seeing now with New York is one of the safest big cities in America and to keep it that way we need these units to be supported by the mayor and by the police department not just dismantled due to political expediency W. CBS news time is at seven thirty five CBS news update the family of Richard Brooks shot and killed by police in Atlanta outside a drive through or demanding changes in the criminal justice system his widow to make a Brooks asked protesters to remain peaceful words can't explain how thankful I am for everything even now I can't bring my husband back I know down smiling his name members lance bottoms.

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02:37 min | 2 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You use your cell phone while driving your eyes are not on the road and you are asking for trouble distracted driving kills and injures thousands every year simply because people think they can multi task safely so before you pick up the phone in your car think twice especially if you want to see another sunny day a message from WCBS eight eighty more news more often twenty First Street there in a carburetor in the streets of that storm preparedness out of state utility crews communication breakdown converse men do you agree with this move by the president I need the public's help your never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS WCBS newsradio eight eighty live in local twenty four seven on radio dot com outages here appear to be isolated completely dark new York's award winning breaking news station it's volcanic because of the massive I think in weather together every ten minutes on the aches reliable right now it is the amount of rainfall that we continue to get the radio home for CBS news in New York the question of the day at the hearing of the year we're more than just the headlines where new York's news radio WCBS eight eighty you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on W. E. B. S. good evening Alan three things to know WCBS one president trump has governors have been weak in dealing with protesters at an ounce from the rose garden today that if they don't take his recommendation to deploy the National Guard to the streets we'll send in the military to governor Cuomo's is York city construct to loosen its coronavirus locked down one week from today western New York will be moving to phase two of its we opening tomorrow at three New York City is enacting a curfew from eleven tonight until five AM and will double its number of officers on the streets to eight thousand Beloit college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain John eterno spoke with Michael Wallace this afternoon Michael asking him if curfews work because the scenes in other cities the last few nights would suggest otherwise they can work or they can help you to it's one of many tools that police officers have but here's the issue how the officers reacted the curfew is critical they need to be very respectful of people because New York is it twenty four seven city and if they just go out there and just start grabbing people off the street there may be other civil servants out there there may be firefighters health workers in other.

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04:21 min | 2 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To know at eight forty five one protester under way across New York City including midtown with a spirited demonstration in force in Madison square park protesters in Brooklyn's crown heights and outside Barclays center just in the last several minutes we received reports of looting at fiftieth street and Fifth Avenue to Minneapolis medical examiner classifies George Floyd's death as a homicide concluding his heart stopped as police restrained him and one officer compressed his neck by kneeling on him for more than eight minutes one week ago today and three New York City will after curfew from eleven tonight until five tomorrow morning and will double its number of officers on the streets to eight thousand Beloit college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain John eterno spoke with Michael Wallace this afternoon Michael asked him if curfews actually work because the scenes in other cities the last few nights would suggest otherwise they can work or they can help you to it's one of many tools that police officers have but here's the issue how the officers reacted the curfew is critical they need to be very respectful of people because New York is it twenty four seven city and if they just go out there and just start grabbing people off the street there may be other civil servants out there there may be firefighters health workers in other people so being very very respectful of people out in the street is very very important how the NYPD does this is critical they would need to have mobile response team so that officers are in reserve I can get anywhere where a problem might arise and the initial officers responding B. two B. especially respectful of the people but they do stop yeah I was gonna ask you your with the NYPD for what twenty one years yes take a sort of the mindset of an officer assigned to a protest like tonight the situation we've had as the officer what are you looking for it and what maybe what he tried to avoid the main thing that you're gonna be looking for those agitators you the peaceful protesters are really not a concern and Y. P. D.'s been doing this for years they are very very good at working with well the peaceful protest is the problem becomes these agitators that come in and try to debate the police and try to mix in and hide in the demonstrators that are trying to be peaceful there many of the people that do end up being arrested and of being these types of agitators that just don't belong and really should not be stirring the pot peaceful protests as a part of the democratic process officers are trained to deal with that they know how to deal with it it's these professional agitators and those that are looking for violence that's what the officers want to stop things like throwing starting fires or throwing Molotov cocktails those are the things that are especially concerned for officer in the street as you're aware governor Cuomo and others they've been critical of the NYPD's response so far to some of these protests how would you assess the department's response to this point well I say it's been adequate it is tough though to deal with these types of demonstrations just like occupy Wall Street was a very tough situation but I think the police on police department adapts to the various situations that exist the main staying here for the police department to do is to make sure that they have mobile resources because these things can pop up anywhere and they need to be able to move around and go wherever the the problem arises so I think the police department is doing its best in a very volatile situation but I would say M. Y. P. D. is one of the most professional organizations in the United States and if anyone can deal with it it's them I college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain John eterno we appreciate your time and insight thank you thank you Michael traffic.

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"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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03:46 min | 2 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Week from today western New York will move into phase two of its re opening tomorrow and three New York City will enact a curfew from eleven tonight until five tomorrow morning and it will double the number of officers on the streets two eight thousand Beloit college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain John eterno spoke with our Michael Wallace this afternoon Michael first ask him if curfews work because scenes in other cities the last few nights would suggest that they don't they can work or they can help you to it's one of many tools that police officers have but here's the issue how the officers reacted the curfew is critical they need to be very respectful of people because New York is it twenty four seven city and if they just go out there and just start grabbing people off the street there may be other civil servants out there there may be firefighters health workers in other people so being very very respectful of people out in the street is very very important how the NYPD does this is critical they would need to have mobile response team so that officers are in reserve and can get anywhere where a problem might arise and the initial officers responding B. two B. especially respectful of the people that they do stop yeah I was gonna ask you your with the NYPD for what twenty one years yes take a sort of the mindset of an officer assigned to a protest like tonight the situation we've had as the officer what are you looking for and what maybe what he tried to avoid the main thing that you're gonna be looking for those agitators you the peaceful protesters are really not a concern and Y. P. D.'s been doing this for years they are very very good at working with well the peaceful protest is the problem becomes these agitators that come in and try to beat the police and try to mix in and hide in the demonstrators that are trying to be peaceful there many of the people that do end up being arrested and of being these types of agitators that just don't belong and really should not be stirring the pot peaceful protests as a part of the democratic process officers are trained to deal with that they know how to deal with it it's these professional agitators and those that are looking for violence that's what the officers want to stop things like throwing starting fires or throwing Molotov cocktails those are the things that are especially concerned for officer in the street as you're aware governor Cuomo and others they've been critical of the NYPD's response so far to some of these protests how would you assess the department's response to this point well I say it's been adequate it is tough though to deal with these types of demonstrations just like occupy Wall Street was a very tough situation but I think the police on police department adapts to the various situations that exist the main staying here for the police department to do is to make sure that they have mobile resources because these things can pop up anywhere and they need to be able to move around and go wherever the the problem arises so I think the police department is doing its best in a very volatile situation but I would say M. Y. P. D. is one of the most professional organizations in the United States and if anyone can deal with it it's them well my college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain John eterno we appreciate your time and insight thank you thank you Michael.

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"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"B. S. I'm Michael Wallace three things to know it's six fifteen one the medical examiner in Minneapolis has listed George Floyd's death a homicide ruling his heart stopped while police restrain him and compressed his neck to a huge protest that began in Times Square this afternoon has made its way south into Washington Square park there are lots of people there it's been peaceful so far and number three New York city's acting a curfew from eleven tonight to five tomorrow morning and it will double its number of officers on the streets to eight thousand Malloy college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain Jonny turno is on our news line the professor to curfews work because the scenes and some of these other cities the last few nights would suggest maybe they don't they can work or they can help you to it's one of many tools that police officers have but here's the issue how the officers react to the curfew is critical they need to be very respectful of people because New York is it twenty four seven city and if they just go out there and just start grabbing people off the street there may be other civil servants out there there may be firefighters health workers in other people so being very very respectful of people out in the street is very very important how the NYPD does this is critical they would need to have mobile response team so that officers are in reserve I can get anywhere where a problem might arise and the initial officers responding B. two B. especially respectful of the people but they do stop yeah I was gonna ask you your with the NYPD for what twenty one years yes take a sort of the mindset of an officer assigned to a protest like tonight the situation we've had as the officer what are you looking for and what maybe what he tried to avoid the main thing that you're gonna be looking for those agitators you the the peaceful protesters are really not a concern and why PD is been doing this for years they are very very good at working with all of the peaceful protest is the problem becomes these agitators that come in and try to debate the police and try to mix in and hide in the demonstrators that are trying to be peaceful there many of the people that do end up being arrested and of being these types of agitators that just don't belong and really should not be stirring the pot peaceful protests as a part of the democratic process officers are trained to deal with that they know how to deal with it it's these professional agitators and those that are looking for violence that's what the officers want to stop things like throwing starting fires or throwing Molotov cocktails those are the things that are especially concerned for officer in the street as you're aware governor Cuomo and others they've been critical of the NYPD's response so far to some of these protests how would you assess the department's response to this point well I say it's been adequate it is tough though to deal with these types of demonstrations like occupy Wall Street was a very tough situation but I think the police on police department adapts to the various situations that exist the main staying here for the police department to do is to make sure that they have mobile resources because these things can pop up anywhere and they need to be able to move around and go wherever the the problem arises so I think the police department is doing its best in a very volatile situation but I would say N. Y. P. D. is one of the most professional organizations in the United States and if anyone can deal with it it's them well I college criminal justice professor and former NYPD captain John eterno we appreciate your time and insight thank you thank you Michael and at this hour we are awaiting a statement from president trump from the White House rose garden with the protesters gathered outside the White House as soon as he begins that statement we will bring it to life here on WCBS.

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03:12 min | 9 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Adams WCBS newsradio eighty thank you Sean this is the first year New York has allowed early voting and roughly a quarter million votes have already been set in with no statewide races the most interesting contest is in New York City referendum to decide whether to let voters rank their top five choices for any particular seed instead of having to just pick one polls close at nine in New York and eight in New Jersey and Connecticut which does not allow early voting without an excuse thirty four states now do we are hearing two very different reactions on the sudden departure of James o'neill who has been the New York City police commissioner for the past three years some love them some hate him Kevin Rincon reports as many can gradually o'neill on his retirement others say it's about time add mall is the president of the sergeants benevolent association called o'neill the worst commissioner ever get thirty eight years you have been through probably somewhere twelve police commissions and my experience has been that he is the worst he went a step further and called on the old tower he's running office shootings you're beginning to increased he held a anti police protests the start up again retired NYPD captain John eterno a criminal justice professor at Molloy college says there were those who wanted amount I certainly think there was some pressure on him to resign the rank and file certainly are not happy with them particularly after officer Pantaleo was summarily dismissed there has been plenty of praise Attorney General tish James Manhattan DA cy Vance city council speaker Cory Johnson among the many thanking o'neill for his service the credit his neighborhood policing for helping to lower crime here in the city Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eighty WCBS news time five thirty four more than a dozen US citizens mostly children are believed to have been killed in an attack by a drug cartel gunmen in Mexico reportedly a case of mistaken identity the B. B. C.'s will grant to says the victims are members of an off shoot Mormon group in Mexico and they were traveling in a convoy women and children the lead battle on Mormon family lives in this sort of dangerous area between some old cheer while at the northern part of Mexico and they've managed to tread the palm office of peaceful existence around all this drug financed for quite a few years but it seems this is some kind of ambush on a convoy of because of mothers and children as they are moving from one Mormon community settlement to another a relative who asked not to be named for fear of reprisals said he located the burned out bullet ridden S. U. V. containing the remains of his nephew's wife and her four children it's five thirty five at the meadow lands last night there was a black cat that kept walking into the end zone more than the giants did certainly Matt Piper reports how low we can still in full effect during the giants cowboys game last night in the field the ESPN sports casters having fun when that cats dogs don to the giants field in New Jersey on skills in them it eventually made it into the giant sends own directions and then it disappeared.

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02:04 min | 9 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Is moving to the private sector he didn't say where she will continue to focus on community policing we've redefined the last six years how we police this great city I think we've done what many said was impossible Shay is been with PD for twenty eight years mayor de Blasio feels he is the right person government brings a wealth of leadership experience and he knows what policing needs to be in the twenty first century the blood zero praised of Neil for his work at city hall Peter has told WCBS newsradio eight eighty four reaction to the NYPD's changes as many can gradually o'neill on his retirement others say it's about time add mall is the president of the sergeants benevolent association called o'neill the worst commissioner ever get thirty eight years you have been through probably somewhere twelve police missions and my experience has been that he is the worst he went a step further in called o'neill okay our eastern office shootings are beginning to increase he held a anti police protests the start up again retired NYPD captain John eterno a criminal justice professor at Molloy college says there were those who wanted to mount I certainly think there was some pressure on him to resign the rank and file certainly not happy with them particularly after officer Pantaleo was summarily dismissed there has been plenty of praise Attorney General tish James Manhattan DA cy Vance city council speaker Cory Johnson among the many thanking o'neill for his service the credit his neighborhood policing for helping to lower crime here in the city Kevin Ranko WCBS newsradio eight eighty planes that delta flies in and out of La Guardia or now pulling up and pulling out of a brand new terminal C. concourse that opened yesterday the new seven gate concourse got a rave review from Indiana University professor John Talbot who took the first flight out it's beautiful really cool I'm excited how that was celebrating with a glass of percent go from flat iron tavern and provisions where the ordering is fast on iPads.

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01:57 min | 9 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Down further the blueprint I think is here I think it's time to build on it there is more work to do for all mayor de Blasio called shade the real deal he will always tell you what he's thinking he will always demand more I'm Neal would leave his job at the end of the month at city hall Peter Haskell WCBS newsradio one eight eighty now reaction to the NYPD's change at the top as many can gradually o'neill on his retirement others say it's about time add mall is the president of the sergeants benevolent association called o'neill the worst commissioner ever get thirty eight years you have been through probably somewhere well police missions and my experience has been that he is the worst he went a step further and called on the old tower beach front office shootings you're beginning to increase he held a anti police protests the start up again retired NYPD captain John eterno a criminal justice professor at Molloy college says there were those who wanted to ma'am I certainly think there was some pressure on him to resign the rank and file certainly are not happy with them particularly after officer Pantaleo was summarily dismissed there has been plenty of praise Attorney General takes James Manhattan DA cy Vance city council speaker Cory Johnson among the many thanking o'neill for his service the credit his neighborhood policing for helping to lower crime here in the city Kevin Ranko WCBS newsradio eight eighty today's election day and among the races in issues on ballots voters in Jersey city we'll have a question over whether to approve restrictions on the whole Middle companies like Airbnb these restrictions approved by city council would keep renters from turning around and reading their homes and limit how often a home could be read it and for a bit all together in larger apartment buildings wild Jersey city officials say they're aiming the rules at larger companies that buy out multiple properties and then turn him into the factor hotels Airbnb.

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01:37 min | 9 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Well police missions and my experience has been that he is the worst he went a step further and called on the old tower beach front office shootings you're beginning to increase he held a anti police protests the start up again retired NYPD captain John eterno a criminal justice professor at Molloy college says there were those who wanted amount I certainly think there was some pressure on him to resign the rank and file certainly are not happy with them particularly after officer Pantaleo was summarily dismissed there has been plenty of praise Attorney General tish James Manhattan DA cy Vance city council speaker Cory Johnson among the many thanking o'neill for his service the credit he's neighborhood policing for helping to lower crime here in the city Kevin Ranko WCBS newsradio eight eighty federal authorities arrested suspected white supremacist and foil a plot to bomb and historic synagogue in pueblo Colorado CBS news chief justice correspondent Jeff to gain spells out how authorities first noticed Richard holders hate filled language hold Sir first came to the attention of the FBI online an FBI employee posing as a female white supremacist made contact with them in September after he posted rants about Jews and other minorities display white supremacy symbols and wrote about getting ready to cap people his arrest comes just over a year since a gunman killed eleven worshipers at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh the anti defamation league says at least a dozen white supremacist arrested after threatening to target Jewish houses.

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The real deal he will always tell you what he's thinking he will always demand more I'm Neal would leave his job at the end of the month at city hall Peter Haskell WCBS newsradio eight eighty and that a reaction to the NYPD's change at the top as many can gradually o'neill on his retirement others say it's about time add mall is the president of the sergeants benevolent association called o'neill the worst commissioner ever get thirty eight years you have been through probably somewhere well police missions and my experience has been that he is the worst he went a step further and called on the old tower beach front office shootings are beginning to increase you noted anti police protests the start up again retired NYPD captain John eterno a criminal justice professor at Molloy college says there were those who wanted amount I certainly think there was some pressure on him to resign the rank and file certainly are not happy with them particularly after officer Pantaleo was summarily dismissed there has been plenty of praise Attorney General tish James Manhattan DA cy Vance city council speaker Cory Johnson among the many thanking o'neill for his service the credit his neighborhood policing for helping to lower crime here in the city Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eighty eleven oh five the Mets also named a new leader today one of the all stars after a thorough search process that included five interviews Mets GM Brody bandwagon and found his new manager forty two year old Carlos Beltran we want to feel connection and and he demonstrated that each time we met with them we like the more more more Beltran knows the organization having played for the Mets from two thousand five to two thousand eleven he's never managed before but he says a lien on his twenty year playing career that ended with the World Series title in Houston in twenty seventeen I have a lot of experience as a player I understand that spring system manager is something that I have good group of people around me to support me through the process so I'm excited Beltran brings what van wagon calls instant credibility to a Mets team looking to build off an eighty six and seventy six season at Citi field bread Heller W. C. B. S. eighty ti sports Tuesday is election day man among the races in issues on ballots Jersey city voters will decide on whether to add regulations on short terminals like those advertise on sites like Airbnb if voters approve the ballot measure owners will be required to get a permit and there will be a cap on the size and number of units that can be read out mayor of Jersey city Stiefel up yeah he's been pushing for these rags blaming companies like Airbnb for driving up the cost of housing we'll pause now him in check traffic and weather together in a minute yeah these overnight construction projects gift wrapping up now it's eleven oh seven so here with the word that's just weird Terry cloth who is Terry and why does he get his own fabric the journey below SPF fifty right awesome we then is daffodils.

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Twelve police missions and my experience has been that he is the worst he went a step further and called o'neill okay our eastern office shootings you're beginning to increase he held a anti police protests the start up again retired NYPD captain John eterno a criminal justice professor at Molloy college says there were those who wanted amount I certainly think there was some pressure on him to resign the rank and file certainly are not happy with them particularly after officer Pantaleo was summarily dismissed there has been plenty of praise Attorney General tish James Manhattan DA cy Vance city council speaker Cory Johnson among the many thanking o'neill for his service the credit his neighborhood policing for helping to lower crime here in the city Kevin Ranko WCBS newsradio eight eighty it's nine thirty three CBS news update the FBI has arrested a twenty seven year old white supremacist in a plot to bomb an historic Colorado synagogue Richard holes or was arrested in pueblo after co conspirators who turned out to be undercover agents brought him what he thought were pipe bombs KCNC TV reporter Rick sallinger the investigation began with an undercover female F. B. I. agent making contact with twenty seven year old Richard hold her on Facebook he had posted the words I wish the Holocaust really did happen they need to die the contact eventually led to a standing in which the FBI gave Holzer inner pipe bombs and sticks of dynamite to attack a pueblo Colorado temple hoser was arrested after saying it would not matter if anyone died inside because they are Jews hold Sir who lives in pueblo was due to make his first court appearance in federal court today CBS news update on Pam Coulter some of the transcripts of the house impeachment inquiry into president trump for being released including the testimony of the former U. S. ambassador to Ukraine washer Yovani which left her position in may saying she wanted secretary of state Mike Pompeii to put out a statement in support of her but that such a statement never materialized she testified that you assume the president's lack of support for her stemmed from the partnership between Ukrainian prosecutor Yuri Lutsenko and the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani she also testified state department official Philip reeker told her that palm pale had tried to protect your position but was no longer able to do so bill ray Cobb CBS news Capitol Hill lesson learned from sandy storm surge now propping a push to protect storm victims WCBS has reported on many stories of people who lost their life savings some who were contemplating bankruptcy because of a contractor who came in took their life savings I never did the work after Sandeep leaving their homes with holes in the walls uneven floors and mold senator Tom Kaminsky says the problem under current law it makes it difficult to prosecute the scammers under his bill however made it much easier for prosecutors to prove fraud simply someone saying they're gonna do something I'm not doing it will now be enough and stick it and maybe even more importantly we created the first of its kind database of good state the state of New York is gonna keep but active database.

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:13 min | 9 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"All I've thought about for the last thirty eight months twenty four hours a day seven days a week that's all you think about is keeping the people of the city safe Michael Neil Shay is a like for he's been with the N. Y. P. D. for twenty eight years well crime is down a hill try to put you down further the blueprint I think is here I think it's time to build on it there is more work to do for all mayor de Blasio called shade the real deal he will always tell you what he's thinking he will always demand more I'm Neal would leave his job at the end of the month at city hall Peter Haskell WCBS newsradio eight eighty the departure of commissioner James o'neill is being met with some mixed reaction Kevin Rincon has more on that as many can gradually o'neill on his retirement others say it's about time add mall is the president of the sergeants benevolent association called o'neill the worst commissioner ever get thirty eight years yeah probably somewhere twelve police missions and my experience has been that he is the worst he went a step further in called o'neill okay our eastern office shootings you're beginning to increase he held a anti police protests the start up again retired NYPD captain John eterno a criminal justice professor at Molloy college says there were those who wanted to ma'am I certainly think there was some pressure on him to resign the rank and file certainly not happy with them particularly after officer Pantaleo was summarily dismissed there has been plenty of praise Attorney General tish James Manhattan DA cy Vance city council speaker Cory Johnson among the many thanking o'neill for his service the credit his neighborhood policing for helping to lower crime here in the city Kevin Ranko WCBS newsradio eight eighty the mats also named a new leader today their former star center fielder Carlos Beltran will be their next manager after a thorough search process that included five interviews Mets GM Brodie band wagon and found his new manager forty two year old Carlos Beltran we want to feel connection and and he demonstrated that each time we met with them we like the more more more Beltran knows the organization having played for the Mets in two thousand five to two thousand eleven he's never managed before but he says a lien on his twenty year playing career that ended with the World Series title in Houston in twenty seventeen I have a lot of experience as a player I understand that spring says manager is something that I have good group of people around me to support me through the process so I'm excited Beltran brings what van wagon in calls instant credibility to a Mets team looking to build off an eighty six and seventy six season at Citi field bread Heller WCBS eight eighty sports Jersey city residents will vote tomorrow whether to beef up regulation short on short term rentals like those advertised on Airbnb if the ballot measure is approved owners would be required to get a permit and there would be a cap on the size and number of units that can be rented the mayor of Jersey city Steve follow up has been pushing for these regulations blaming companies like Airbnb for driving up the cost of housing it's nine oh seven on WCBS scary moments on Long Island with a small plane made an emergency landing on a beach that's coming up in three minutes this.

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:53 min | 9 months ago

"john eterno" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The real deal he will always tell you what he's thinking he will always demand more I'm Neal would leave his job at the end of the month at city hall Peter Haskell WCBS newsradio one eight eighty better the PBA paddling says the union looks to quote forward to working with commissioner share to combat the current anti police atmosphere the sergeants benevolent association says o'neill will go down as the worst commissioner in the NYPD's history with more reaction here's Kevin ran cone as many can gradually o'neill on his retirement others say it's about time add mall is the president of the sergeants benevolent association called o'neill the worst commissioner ever get thirty eight years yeah somewhere well police missions and my experience has been that he is the worst he went a step further in called o'neill okay our eastern office shootings you're beginning to increase he held a anti police protests the start up again retired NYPD captain John eterno a criminal justice professor at Molloy college says there were those who wanted to melt I certainly think there was some pressure on him to resign the rank and file certainly not happy with them particularly after officer Pantaleo was summarily dismissed there has been plenty of praise Attorney General tish James Manhattan DA cy Vance city council speaker Cory Johnson among the many thanking o'neill for his service the credit his neighborhood policing for helping to lower crime here in the city Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eighty Matt's name their new manager today Carlos Beltran after a thorough search process that included five interviews Mets GM Brodie band wagon and found his new manager forty two year old Carlos Beltran we want to feel connection and and he demonstrated that each time we met with them we like the more more more Beltran knows the organization having played for the Mets in two thousand five to two thousand eleven he's never managed before but he says a lien on his twenty year playing career that ended with the World Series title in Houston in twenty seventeen I have a lot of experience as a player I understand that spring says manager is something that I have good group of people around me to support me through the process so I'm excited Beltran brings what van wagon calls instant credibility to a Mets team looking to build off an eighty six and seventy six season at Citi field bread Heller WCBS eight eighty sports Jersey city residents will vote tomorrow on whether to beef up regulations on short term rentals like those advertised on Airbnb if the ballot measure is approved owners would be required to get a permit and there would be a cap on the size and number of units that can be rented the mayor of Jersey city Steve pull up has been pushing for these reservoir regulate since he blames companies like Airbnb for driving up the cost of housing the Nassau County beach became a landing strip today that story in three minutes chosen men.