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"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Love this guy. We got a player. Glad you're not my teammate because there's no way you're getting a T shirt today if you were on my team there, Cliff Uh, but I'd like to get the book. I need some firewood. Oh, baby. Yeah, well, I'm ready to play. God, I gotta find my sound effects here. Let's see. Uh, I can't find it. All right. If I call your teammate is David Gleaner from West Orange David, say, how did Michael Hey, Joe. What do you mean? Pathetic. This is like the highlight of my week. They attacked Do trivia. Come on, Step up your game, Joe Listeners telling you. Yeah. Okay, David. All right, let's go to David. David, What do you do out in West Orange? I am a general dentist. Oh, a general dentist, general dentist and your favorite Your favorites to Lieutenant dentist. Come on. Excuse me. What? Your your general dentist, as opposed to a lieutenant Dennis. Tora. Colonel Dennis. Exactly five. Tell Michael tell Michael a dentist Favorite time of day. 2 30 32 30. There you go. Okay, We can do this. Okay, let's get out our drill. We've got some players today. So let's get rolling with our tag. Team tribute. You're playing for something Money. Can't buy a letter Michael Collectible T shirt. All right. So what? Let's set this up here we have 10 wins for Len, amazingly and eight for Michael. But I think when amazing.
"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Hey, John. Hey, Good evening, Steve. How are you, My friend. Oh, good, buddy. How you doing? I'm doing Well, Steve, do you think it's sooner? The better. I mean, it's this state while the state state has taken such a beating financially with all the businesses and all the restrictions, I mean, you got to go back to normalcy. ASAP. Otherwise, all the revenue that's predicted to be made over the summer is going to get ruined again. These poor business owners and these places down the shore and like your last caller said, how do you make any kind of vacation plans? When you don't even know what's going on in the state, as far as any restrictions of concerns very, very unfair is very difficulty of people make decisions and another topic you gotta cover tonight. Steve is the Lack of support for the front line. Essential workers through this whole pandemic stood over a year. Now that they've been under siege. Is Steve working all kinds of overtime and weekends and holidays and crazy hours. And a lot of them coming down with the virus, you know, And I'm not talking about the nurses and the doctors and the empties and the police officers and firefighters, which is very vital and important. Of course. What about these warehouse workers? I mean, Amazon has done a horrendous job. Channeling their workforce two months of has obtained them, They cut them off. I mean, that's wrong certainty that there's gotta be some kind of fun put together whether it's through the state of the federal government. These people need Monets every release. Absolutely. And I'm glad you brought that up. A simple thank you or or a pin. I saw a ceremony yesterday without putting pins on that consulting a thank you A handshake and a pin is not It's not enough of a reward and thank you for what these people have been doing. And if they continue to do No, I totally agree. I totally agree, John. I'm glad you brought it up. But I'm glad you got that out now. Thanks for calling New Jersey One on 1.5. What do you want it to a 31 on 1.5. John. Hang out. Do you believe that New Jersey will be fully open by the Memorial Day weekend? I do. Give me your opinion. It's 7 30. Now the latest New Jersey news from NJ one on 15 dot com. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo continuing to avoid public appearances, as state Democrats, and those in his party, above that level, continue to turn on the governor amid sexual harassment allegations. Governor Murphy, causing accusations concerning a New Jersey based charity named after a young Middletown man who lost his life in Iraq in 2005. Is putting out an urgent call for help cover 19 is cut into donation efforts for nearly a year. Now the Lieutenant Dennis W. Zelinski, the second memorial fund, provides support to veterans and sends goods, overseas toe active troops. People just assume that the United States government sends all of the needs. To our troops, and that's not true. Then it's his mother. Marion says The fund also has to absorb shipping costs for good shipped overseas. A six year old who fell asleep on a school bus in Jackson woke up to find herself in a bus yard late Monday afternoon alone. After the substitute bus driver failed to walk the bus and check for kids. According to the Lakewood.
"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on Sword and Scale
"Lieutenant dennis peg. Dennis tag was employed by the sussex. County sheriff's office and he rose in his career to the rank of lieutenant in work in jail. I didn't know him personally. But i i've seen in many many times but He seemed to have had a very good career in law enforcement within the corrections community before he retired probably to twenty five years in addition to being a respected former police. Lieutenant dennis pag was also a beloved member of the stillwater. Community was a long time resident of the area. He'd been.
"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on Court Junkie
"The state's case against Anita sniffy begins with an early morning at nine one one call in May two thousand, ten, a nine, one one operator tried to understand what had happened as a hysterical Anita sobbed on the line. Somebody. Exactly To learn. You're. Just, trying to charter. Let's. You. And Right, did you? Did He hurt you? Heart. Is. Pretty badly. I'm writing where? Okay. One of the first to arrive at the scene was a veto police Corporal Kelly Heathen who saw forty-one-year-old Anita Smith. He running out the front door of the House I've been stabbed Anita. Kept repeating. He shouldn't have been here. She held a bloody towel to her side. Firefighters comforted her and held her while she wailed hysterically. A man inside the House Robert Klein the third. Anita's estranged husband was dead. Lieutenant Dennis. Bell a veteran of the veto police department saw Roberts naked body face down in the budget. Roberts left hand was by a knife, but the murder weapon. A gun was covered up by bed sheets on the bed. It was a chaotic scene. The families skittish pets ran around the house. The couple's children were at the home to as please began to investigate what happened. Lieutenant Bell Noticed Roberts close in the living room, he observed a wine glass in the bedroom and a Tequila bottle on the kitchen counter. Things just weren't adding up. There wasn't any sign of forced entry to the House Lieutenant Bell said in his deposition taken in April of two thousand eleven. He asked the fire battalion chiefs opinion could need his injuries. Be Self inflicted. Lieutenant Ballast signed a police officer to ride in the ambulance with Anita and accompany her. He rarely sent a police escort to the hospital, but is department appeared to be investigating a homicide now. Bag Anita's hands. Lieutenant Bell instructed the officer and don't let her out of your sight. Anita might be the primary witness to a homicide lieutenant. Bell thought so. He wanted to get her statement..
"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Phone is Michael. Stephen Smith, Michael is an attorney former longtime board member at the center for constitutional rights and a longtime member of the national lawyers guild. He's written or edited various titles, including notebook of a sixties, lawyer, and unrepentant memoir, and selected writings lers. You'll like putting Uman rights. I the emerging police state by William kuntsler, which he ended in and shake Vara and the FBI with Michael Ratner. He's the co editor of imagine living in a socialist USA Smith has written articles for the New York state bar association. The journey. Capitalism nature and socialism against the current and socialism and democracy is co host of the weekly radio program law, and disorder broadcast from New York City's WBAI today, we're going to discuss Michael's recent book lawyers for the left in the courts in the streets and on the air, Michael Smith, you are on the air WR, t welcome. Hello. How are you nice to be on the show? I'm I've been looking forward to this ever since I cracked your book. Oh about a week or so ago. So let's jump right in Michael. First of all, tell us about yourself, some, some background a summary of your trajectory as left activists and attorney to in a sense, the Scituate this book. Well, I'm very happy to report that I'm from the great state of Wisconsin. I grew up in FOX point, which is a little Republican village on the lake north of Milwaukee in the fifties. And I luckily enough because I was pretty much a juvenile delinquent school. But in those days, I don't know what it's like now, but in those days, the university really had except anybody who applied as long as they were morally fit. And there was some question about that. But I finally got in a week before classes started. And I got a real education that I was fairly ignorant where I grew up, there was no library. There was a police station and fire station. And if you want to read a book you get on your bike, and you pedal, six blocks up to the strip mall, and there are some books in a wire, hanger up there that you can read or otherwise, it was hard to learn anything, but it was certainly not hard to learn stuff at the university of Wisconsin. Even though Madison isn't far away from where McCarthy was situated in Appleton it was light years away because it was a progressive university with. Stood the witch hunt of McCarthy. And when I got there, nineteen sixty I actually had four socialist professors, had a course called capitalism, socialism, by economists named Jack bar bash, but it was mostly about socialism. I had George MARCY Williams Williams was the greatest story in. He understood that the Cold War was really American aggression expansion, and he became twenty years later, when, when he was elected, the president of the American historical association, he his thought became pretty routine, but in those days he was really guard and I had like you Allen, I had the great to Harvey Goldberg that explained explains it. Now, Chaman my book, you know, years ago, friends of mine were able to put his lectures, which had been taped on CDs. I still listen to him. He's brilliant. Now you ever was. And, and he certainly influenced me, I think more than any other professor. And I know that you had them too, because I was at the meeting in Madison last summer when you were on that panel Alan talking about him. So, you know, you, you end up going to did you go to school here in Madison as well after a while, I wanted to live in New York, I had a girlfriend, whose parents were New York intellectuals when I was living in FOX point, and I couldn't wait to get out of there, and I use the opportunity when I graduated from undergraduate school to get into NYU law school, but my parents ran out of money so I didn't last a year, and I was very disappointed in losing my told. New York I went back to Madison but it turned out university. Wisconsin last was great place to be certainly a much superior to NYU where the students read the Wall Street Journal, and they had their shoes. Polished by black guys on the sidewalk in front of the law school carried unbrellas. I was one of the two radicals in the law school. The other guy was found revest. Yes. Michigan. So I was pretty isolated why you got back to Wisconsin. The antiwar was, was starting to crank up and it was terrific place. And I was able to graduate from university law school, nineteen sixty seven so, so you come out of Madison and law school, and so on radicalized by the environment here by what was going on the war, and the civil rights movement, and so on, and you become a what was often called at the time, a people's lawyer tuck about a just a little bit more about that, that, that is the lawyers guild in eventually, the committee for constitutional rights that you become involved with, well, those days in the mid sixties, you had to go into the military, unless you had a drafter ferment, and I wasn't interested in going to Vietnam is anything. I was on the side of the Vietnamese. So. So I joined what was called the domestic peace corps, and I had a choice of going to either Chicago or Detroit, and Chicago. Lenny, Bruce Chicago is so corrupt. It was thrilling. So I knew that Chicago would not be a place where you could get done, and I opted for Detroit. So in the fall of nineteen sixty seven I was in Detroit working for community legal services, our job. There were ten of us in our job was to represent community organizations in the inner city in the ghetto of Detroit. And I did that until I was no longer eligible for the draft. And then I opened up a law firm. There were seven of us and we bought an old house, right near the GM building in downtown Detroit. And we fixed the house up mitt into an office and for years. We represented the movement in Detroit. Lieutenant Dennis Mullany of the red squadron, Detroit. We got our we did a foia request information. Question. We got our secret files they used to spy on our law firm, and he said there wasn't an war, feminist or moving group or group or underground newspaper in the city of Detroit that wasn't represented by my firm. So I spent several years doing that. And I then moved on to New York where I became active in at the center for kasha so rights in the lawyers guild, as you mentioned talking about give our listeners. Please a brief sketch of this book lawyers for the left. Describe what it is. Well, it's interviews with and essays by me of Twenty-three significant lawyers. Lawyers for my generation sixties radicals and lawyers from my parents generation the Genesis of the book came out of my radio show on disorder and law disorder came out of nine eleven I lived right across the street from the World Trade Center on nine eleven if the building would have fallen on its side, rather than straight down would have fallen on my apartment. So I was very much affected by it. The building was covered in four inches of dark ash. It was darkened twice after the second building fell. We didn't know what to do my wife and I were living there with a sixteen pound cat named MO and my talking parrot, Charlie Parker. And it was really we weren't portable. We couldn't get out of there. The top. Came through. Right. And said you have to evacuate, but we really couldn't go anywhere because of the animals so we stayed overnight. But then they came back the next day, and they said, you really have to get out of here. So we left most for day, and we put shyly in his cage, and we started walking up to the village to stay with Michael Ratner and his wife and all the way Charlie was saying from his cage. It's okay. It's okay, but as you know, it wasn't okay and because it wasn't okay. We got the idea of starting the radio show. We had a segment of the radio show called lawyers, you'll like and the half the book, our interviews that have been transcribed and edited down of these various lawyers, who we interviewed under the lawyers. You're like part of the show. The other half are says that I wrote about significant lawyers like Bill consular Conrad, Lynn, Bruce. Right. And I wrote an introduction. About the challenges that are facing lawyers for the left and then I wrote an appendix about what law. My look like if we got rid of capitalism. Much. Give us a little a little taste of that the intro or whatever. Well, let me talk about the challenges we face. Sure. Sure. And this is what I write about introduction after nine eleven. The first thing the government did was passed the Patriot Act as you know, it was the three hundred and forty page active. I'll reactionary laws that they'd been saving up for years. It sailed through congress. Most people never even read it, and the Patriot Act is designed to create a massive police spine surveillance state for example last week. I went to the cardiologists and I had tests on my heart, and then I drove home through the Brooklyn battery tunnel, the Brooklyn battery tunnel has face recognition cameras. So as soon as I drove through that tunnel, they knew who I was, and then under the Patriot Act that can get your government records that can get your medical records. They can get your library records. They get your telephone calls now every time you pick up a cell phone. They know who you're calling. Where you're calling from every stroke on your computer is is recorded. They know who you're writing. There's, there's been a tremendous step backwards in our democratic society after nine eleven. And the Patriot Act was was passed, there were several things that happened that I that I wanted to talk about the national defense authorization act was passed that allows for the army to pick up anybody in the United States, including citizen, and apprehend them and detain them forever. So that act was challenged by gnome Chomsky, and Chris hedges who went to court last year in front of very courageous judge Katherine Forrest here in New York City and check sports found in their favor that the army should not be allowed to pick up detained forever any American citizen. So the government immediately said they wanted to appeal and the plane of said they would cross appeal, but before that they went down to Washington, and the lawyers met with Nancy Pelosi, and they said, we will give up our appeal if you'll take the reference to American citizens. Out of this act and Pelosi wouldn't do it. There's another thing that's particularly scary. And that's the case that we have to central constitutional rights brought on behalf of the father of this radical Muslim cleric named ala walkie. Allah walkie was put on a hit list, by the United States, and it was public knowledge that they were going to assassinate him. So his father retained us at the center to straddle lawsuit to prevent the murder of his son, who is an American citizen, born in New Mexico, and we lost a lot of we were thrown out of court for lack of standing they said, we, we had no ability to bring lawsuit to begin with. That's the same thing they threw out, Chomsky and hedges on. And we were thrown out of court next week. The American government assassinated American citizen, Allah, walkie and two weeks later killed by a drone his sixteen year old son and the last thing I wanted to mention about. About the disappearance of democracy. And our country is the citizens United case, which I'm sure your listeners are aware of the citizens, United case decided by judge. Robert six years ago Roberts was the guy you'll recall that said that his position as a supreme court judge was not to make the law, but just call balls and strikes. You'll be s the decision he wrote give citizenship to corporations gives them people would so that corporations has people now allowed to give as much money as they want to, to various political parties. And that's what's been the source of the development of that right wing in this country. And you we of course, know that, that corporations are not people, I'll believe a corporation person. The dad gets a colonoscopy, it's a legal fiction, but those things the Patriot Act national. Offensive authorization act. The outta walkie assassination citizens United all added up to what Michael Ratner my co host at the radio show that we do in their former president of the center for Kostunica rights, Michael passed.
"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Spend sixty to seventy hours a week. Police chief from city consider myself to be hands-on deputy chief Foster's office is just a few feet away from. But he didn't exactly promise a top to bottom review of the department. When we allow an isolated incident the causes competence. Refused to do that. But to actually know whether it's an isolated incident you probably have to dig deeper, which is why it's worth pointing out Foster's nephew told prosecutor. The deputy chief was helping the marijuana for seven years federal investigation into deputy. Chief foster lasted all of four months enough time to get him off the street and into prison not enough to actually answer the question if the number two in the department is running a drug ring what else is going on. You're listening to the California report magazine, I'm Sasha coca and on this week show. Reporter Robert Louis is looking at corruption in the Fresno police department one of the largest law enforcement agencies in the state. Robert, you know, one of the things that's amazing to me is. I'm listening to your story is that this foster case, it's it's the kind of scandal that would bring down so many other leaders. How did chief dire not suspect something I mean, it wasn't only the money problems? I understand there were other questions like allegations that fosters sexually harassed another cop's wife even child abuse allegations that came out during Foster's divorce there were investigations into the sexual harassment and child abuse, and he was cleared but taken together, it seems like there should have been deeper scrutiny. And as we've said, we both spent months trying to get chief dire to do an interview with us. But he refused. He did speak to some graduate students from the UC Berkeley school of journalism last year for a story about racial disparities in policing. But he did so only on the condition. They not ask him about the foster case. No, no. I think you guys asked I think you guys asked about everything. Other. There's other things you could have asked. And I'm glad you didn't. But I already hopefully shared with them. Why wasn't going to reopen that wound either? But but this isn't the only wound right? Robert. I mean, I know dire called fosters arrest an isolated incident was it. No. It wasn't more than a dozen Fresno. Police officers have been arrested in recent years, including some big corruption busts. There was a Fresno drug unit investigated for allegedly running a stolen car parts ring. There was a vice detective convicted in federal court for taking bribes to help major drug dealer, and there was a cartel connected. Cop found with methods house. He was allowed to stay on the force only to be caught years later with a stolen truck outfitted, the smuggle drugs that officer was finally fired and is now facing criminal charges and local court now, I mean, I understand there were a lot of questions about the way those cases were handled and if anything was ever done after them to change things. I mean, this is a city that spent a decade even debating whether or not the police. Needed an independent auditor. And the position doesn't exactly have a lot of sway for example after Foster's arrest. The auditor recommended more financial disclosure, especially for officers seeking promotions. It just didn't happen retired. Lieutenant Dennis Montano is former head of internal affairs. He agreed to speak to me on the outskirts of the city Montana was Frank in his assessment the department too often treat corruption cases isolated incidents..
"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"And there's you know, I'm then in the market for it's about six thousand dollars to get the new new tube. And then a nomads right around seven, isn't it? Think it's less than that. Okay. I knew I knew that it was roughly similar prices. I thought it was going to be higher than the other two been but the benefit is it can go to any room. So. I don't know. I wanna say this. We're going on a limb and say this, okay, I don't have data to back me up. So I usually don't feel. Yeah. I've never had a temp Genesis like. Maybe one, and I'll put it let me change that way. I've never had like a temp hygiene just like a one and done or to Donner whatever like from an agency, or whatever I'm never had one of those that I've liked now I have had some people that like we knew and worked for me before whatever like Betsy grocery. I'm not talking about that. But I'm dog, right. I call it had just get a person they show up. I've never had one been like. Oh my God. They're amazing. It's always been like, yeah. I can tell what your attempt by jenness. Because you're you're not any good. I think I've had a few. But they're absolutely outliers because. Yeah, usually, it's there's a reason you haven't found a home, right you. Yeah. And it's it's not it's not great. I mean, thankfully, it seems like the no advocate worked for this happened in the morning and work the rest of the day. But now, we're just my thought the whole day was would I go after the company, and I absolutely would get anywhere. But at least. Try to get them to pay for the repair sur. Sure. Is there any type of like diagnostic thing you can do to to make sure there's nothing wrong? I don't think. So I just think it doesn't work. Okay. Actually. Doesn't work. Like, that's I think it's just like a there's anything wrong at all. I think it just shuts down. Okay. Does it can't have like a, you know, they can just like firing stuff off right shoot gamma radiation. Now concerning the hall be great. That would be great. So I don't know I need to look at like my arrangement with them. I need to call them. And just ask them. Hey, hypothetically, this were to happen. Where would you guys do? Yeah. Because that's I mean, that's like a ruling that can happen that that is for sure. Yeah. I don't know. I asked my sister. Where was the nomad when it fell it was on a chair? I paid a lot of money for countertops. Lancy Araya Ryan got the Korean. Yeah. All whatever. Yeah. It is star. Whatever I don't know. It's it's kind of anti-bacterial bullshit. Okay. Star on or something like that paid a lot of money for this. Great sounds because that's where the nomad is supposed to go on the counter not on the chair. The other thing is like, you know, when the room is swung around for a lefty in your righty. It's like it. Nothing works. Nothing's right. It's. I had one she actually worked for me for about a year left handed. And I kept trying initially. I tried to come from that side. Just what the chair was already swivelled that way and tried to things backwards. And I think it lasted I think it lasted like three patients. Wow, upbringing. I. Yeah. I just now we got to the I got the ADA one up of little lever and swivels, and it's it's not that hard to do. But it's just annoying to after. This is going to sound like a little Jim crow in forgive me. You think left-handed hygienist should work for Lieutenant Dennis. Okay. The easier for sure yeah. Now, I'm not saying they have to drink out of their water, fountains, or whatever. But. Pure left..
"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Yourself all my advisory for work. We also have a survey. Can we have attorneys? College shove McGovern. The college Wendy Kuni. Also college parts, they trooper they keep instructors on what they should be teaching what they need what they're still and they're interviewing they're junior senior here. Freshman you're building a folio. Time they hit junior year, your portfolio's almost complete. So they have a resume. They have a cover letter. I mean, and they sit down as they were going for job, and they sit down and talk to somebody like yourself or an attorney and you'll go in just like, you wouldn't interview introduce themselves. They'll look at their portfolios questions and they're scored on it. One of the big on. We score them on our interview still be as short. By the time. They're seniors work on that scale again, and they're very attuned. It's impressive to see these kids. Young adults. They go to mistaken view now. And most of the times. They do very well in it a couple of kids a little nervous here and there, but for the most part, they don't do very well. And he, you know. Disrupters to come in and do this. Well, very impressive. What they do. Right. Case you're just tuning in. You're listening to all this blue and AM nine seventy the answer. If you're interested in joining our growing team sponsors where you have a question or comment. You Email me at all as blue nine seventy meal dot com. We're talking to detective Lieutenant Dennis McCarthy overseas and teachers to law and public safety program at the Sussex county technical school sport in New Jersey. Now, Lieutenant who is talking to us from his classroom with the students present explained it in detail of these this unique course, and which telling me Lieutenant is you have a lot of support from local law enforcement. The fact that you you mentioned some some individuals that come down to your program. And I think you would agree that one of the big things that law enforcement does from around. The field is is build relationships. Good relationships with their bad relationships assert. It's our ability to communicate everything we do is is relationship building. And for the students that. This young age this type of exposure from a lot of officers. I know some of the names that you mentioned and their officers were quite a lot of years. So they have a lot of experience and to have those type of people coming in to speak to him is pretty impressive. Yeah. It's really a valuable experience for the students when your guest speaker in. It's not meet Babylon about some business talking about. So I'll bring an expert in the field. Jay said, the support local law enforcement sport, a PD has been a big supporter of us. They'd come in on different topics. Herbstreit out Sussex county sheriff. We go to jail on tours of the Ken in Morris county jail to protect the jail system. So the kids see two different types of correctional facilities indoor PD one of the students. His father's achievement. Handover? They come there. Assistance within each fire department. They come around and talking to Snoop's we've had firefighters from Newark flash. Tired state trooper Jerry Lewis came in polyglot becomes talked about polyglot crew is also do a mock trial. That's a contest were we compete against other stuff extended schools, if you will at the county level, you move on to the regional level and state level. So or students have participated in that so interested in being attorneys. There's a lot of things do vary. The students interest on you. Provide me with a sheet that kind of leaves out your program, and what you do for the ninth and tenth grade, and I just want to read one sentence out of this. But about it says students will learn about the development of leadership skills walks flooring options to participate, skills, USA and other competitive opportunities splinters with skills USA is. USA is a program all students at Sussex tech for USA and your motto school job leading your praying student, of course, would be. Career, gap, or the gap. Everybody wanted to send their kids to college. Everybody says, you know, you have to go to college. We're finding out now that a lot of these jobs don't require college having this. Yeah. Yeah. With auto mechanics with HVAC. Officers.
"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Bake shop house apology culinary HVAC. Graphical arts theatre, we have a lot of programs offer students that want to go on their areas of interest. So it's not like a regular high school. Were you don't get your academic? You also have academics here and the Cobra and the way it runs. Come here. And in. I teach first and second period and the rest of the day, they go out and they after England's history mathematics, right and whatever. They have. Well, you know, I do know your program. Very well. I mean, my my son my nineteen year old son. He's a freshman called bell university studying criminal Justice. He attended Sussex tech I sent him bear exclusively just go to your course. And it's it's you know, it's a four year program. He wants to be a police officer. And it's it's helped him tremendously. I'm seeing the the the study work that he gets from college. Now in the papers, he has turning and I'm not gonna say it's easy. But it's a lot more manageable form, and he understands it a lot better because of the the question went through at Sussex county technical school. But I wanted to ask you tenant where did the concept for this program? Come from at Sussex tech. Off the concert actually came or school or vice principal target, the CD program career technology -cation she saw need for it. And she contacted Sussex county community college director of the problem of their logo McGovern is also retired police officer. Yes, it'd be good idea. Transition from high school into a college program if that's what they wanted to do. So they put together idea this concept and put an ad in the paper. And I was responded to it came the position and they hired me started back in two thousand twelve year here in the first year program, we only had believe twelve students just won't safety multiple certify history teacher. So. I did. And premiered have taken off. Now, I have all sections freshmen sophomores juniors and seniors. Senior class is twenty one students in junior classical leave us twenty students in it and the other two clubs Mateen students that it. So it's one of the most popular programs at expect a house apology in bake shop alert coloring two other big programs that we have here. Really interested in this. Now, the law and public safety course, it's just, you know, accept everybody. Right. You have a set number of of students that you accept his freshman. Yes. The students actually have to come here except every student. They have to an me process. They have an interview with the future in this case myself guidance, they kind of take a. And then from there we choose the best candidates of the classroom. We can take probably shop up to about twenty five students because a lot of it's academic. But we also empathize hands on a lot of other programs said to have a criminal Justice program. But they really don't. The law some other aspects of law. It's not somebody professional doing the job. Well, that's that's takes me into my next question. What does this course cover? Let's let's start as a freshman this entry level, obviously. So what are you looking to accomplish with your freshman and tell me what you want to go when they get to seniors. So as freshman coming in. What's his course? Look like. Well, when it come here because he usually come in. They come to the school and tell them right off the bat. I mean here it's going to be boring up until about thanksgiving break. The constitution of lights and students being students. Therefore, it's not exciting. What's not talking Roberson doing types of? Elise work if you will. Over all the aspects of prostitution seizure freedom freedoms. Window rates so prepares them. And they wonder why they have that. Have to do that. I keep building a house. We'll have to have that foundation. The constitution circuits. Case on that. It's going to be related law doesn't make sense. Why did they explain that? Students may have been the first year. Learn about the constitution from there by the end of the first year low with constitutional lights. Pat downs do searches. Building searches. So in that aspect? Now, it's funny because you you say, you're you're it's a foundation that you're establishing. And I know when I went to the police academy. I'm sure your instructors said the same thing to you whenever you prosecuted that you ever went to court with said the same thing, you know, our cases are all about that. It's all about building blocks. One piece at one piece alone doesn't get you there. It's it's a series of events in a series of of putting things together the right way. So back in the old days old days thirty thirty five years ago. Police officers are young people going to be police officers basically went into kademi without any other type of formal training and the job has gotten complicated. He's got very technical. And you better know, the constitution, you better know, the law because you're making split second split-second decisions, you know, on on the street, you know, what to arrest whether or not what you're gonna do that. Would you get into court? You can have attorney Senate have spent months scouring over what you're doing. You know, with all kinds of people helping them figure out what you're doing. You gotta make these decisions like right now. So this is a a very very important first step for these young students to understand what it goes into. So that's that's the freshman course. As we start going. What's your ultimate goal for the seniors when they graduate when when when when they graduate from that course. What what would you like to see his instructor where they go from there? A one of the students have varied interests some of them come in here. And they decide they don't. They don't want to go back out. Some of them have an interest in being attorneys. Paramedics saw some of my graduates, but I'm still with I always. Kids and tell them that you know, you're gonna one more in here by accident. Purpose. I don't use textbooks. A lot more stories and go back and forth. Some of my students. I have one student right now. She's a combat medic serving with you on the Syria right now not hundred percent sure of that over in Europe. While I had one student who just came back to another day. Anniversary to school. She's called the law school. Pl sets another student have. Academy now. So they haven't varied interests really go. So it's what do you want to see at the end the warriors? I watch him come in here, basically as children and young adults. And we want to make them career ready. What? Not to go to college. Already had experience or they want to pick up going to collections. Going to probation some of these other areas. Going to wildlife fishing game. So students are are career ready now take taken interview and say, okay, experienced, which is kind of unique you most high school give you that experience. We give you that experience hands on. I guess you would call them where I told you the first one searches and pat-downs, well, he build on that report light it. I tell four mom sure, you'll remember from the police academy. What were in wine out, right? When the students know that and he can answer those questions completely it can gather evidence properly gather evidence. They photograph role fingerprints sticking collecting, which we know how to photograph from different angles. And so for a well rounded and welcome paired when elite beer their career ready. You know, what I liked about your program because I I've been over there. And you had me talk once or twice over there. And what I've seen with a lot of our youth and lot of our young people that are going into college or going out into the workforce is they've lost a lot of their people skills. The this era of social media electronic devices people lost that ability to be able to look somebody in the eye and talk to him, and you, and I know as as retired law enforcement officers, and we're working two jobs being able to look at somebody and read their faces and look in their eyes and be able to communicate with them goes a long way as far as determined credibility and trying to get to the bottom of things it endure course, you have these these students actually have to get dressed in sue or proper tire and come in and interview as if you're interviewing for a real job, and you had some local law enforcement officers in your classroom that we're the interviewers is one of them one day and just talking to some of these kids, and you're right. I did talk to I think. Tool that really didn't want to be a police officer. But they they were looking towards like being a lawyer. So Madonna also said they wanted to know for sure if this is the way they wanted to go, which I thought was a pretty interesting way to to look at it. But they're actually talking to you to look in the eye. And I think that's a law skill in today's day and age, how do you feel about that? Oh, you're absolutely right. Phone as basically kill conversation. The most everyone you go out to a restaurant and you'll see three or four people on cable and all of cellphone talking trailer. Other forces. Well this year that they can't. Hold on the wall. We also do interviewing skills year as a criminal. I I tried to get him body language for the look at something like that. And what you mentioned coming in here. The interviews. The suffix in their junior and senior years. Visory which? Twice a year. You yourself all my advisory for work. We also have retired. She can service agent off. We have attorneys. College. The college Wendy Kuni also at the college, they they keep poets on what they should be teaching what they need what they're still and they're interviewing they're junior senior year. Refresh when you're building a portfolio and by the time, they hit the junior year, your portfolio's almost complete. So they have a resume cover letter. And they and they sit down as they were going for a job, and they sit down and talk to somebody like yourself or an attorney and yoga when you just like, you wouldn't interview introduce themselves. They'll look at the. News those questions and they're scored on it. Right. Is big on them on our interviews. Be as short. But by the time, they're seniors. We work on that still again, and they're very impressive to see. I mean, young adults view now. And most of the times they do very well. And it's a couple of kids all nervous here and there, but for the most part do very well. And he only instructors to come in and do this while very oppressive that they do right? Case you're just tuning in. You're listening to all this blue and AM nine seventy the answer. If you're interested in joining our growing team sponsors or you have a question comment in Email me at all this blue nine seventy dot com. We're talking to tag detective Lieutenant Dennis McCarthy overseas and teachers to law and public safety program at the Sussex county technical school sport in New Jersey. Now, Lieutenant who is talking to us from his classroom with the students present explained it in detail of these this unique course, and which telling me Lieutenant is you have a lot of support from local law enforcement. The fact that you you mentioned some some individuals have to come down to your program. And I think you would agree that one of the big things that law enforcement does when we're on the field is is we build relationships. Good relationships with their bag relationships assert -bility to communicate everything we do is is is relationship building. And for the students that. This young age again this type of exposure from a lot of officers. I note some of the names that you mentioned and their officers were quite a lot of years. So they have a lot of experience and to have those type of people coming in to speak to him is pretty impressive. Yeah. It's it's really a valuable experience for the students when you're guess Ecouen. It's not me Babylon about some talking about so all bringing expert in the field should be supporting local law enforcement PD has been a big, you know, quarter they'd come in on different topics. Strato Sussex county sheriff. Before we go to jail on tours of assessing pendulum Moore's Kenny jail jail system. So the kids see two types of correctional facilities indoor PD one of the students his bothers achieve Fernando. They don't want any assistance with ten each department. They come around and talk to students had firefighter from Newark loss. Tired state trooper Jerry Lewis came in to do a polygraph. Polygraph crew. Gordon is also. Mock while that's a contest where we compete against other stuff extended schools, if you will at the county level, you move off at a regional level and state level. So or students have participated in that interested in being attorneys. There's a lot of things. Trying to keep the students interest on you provide me with the sheet that kinda out lives out your program, and what you do for the ninth and tenth grade and trying to read one sentence out of this. But about it says students will learn about the development of leadership skills walks flooring options to participate and skills, USA and other competitive opportunities splinters with.
"lieutenant dennis" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Will deliberate a couple of minutes sp wbz news time is four thirty nine and midtown temperature is forty seven the mayor of union city is promising residents they will find whoever illegally dumped twelve thousand tires there was a fire here in the woods how dangerous is this this would take us an extended amount of time to extinguish lieutenant dennis more with the union city fire department hoping to get the piles and piles of huge black truck tires out of here as soon as possible because they pose a huge hazard it said i saw ricky sewell head of the neighborhood watch tells me homes here in the south wind subdivision cofer two hundred to five hundred thousand dollars he's furious i think that it's a health issue that's a hazardous materials issue in union city robin will linski wsb jury fulton county convicts the man accused of gunning down a forty four year old father while he was pumping gas college park twentysevenyearold brian duffy will be sentenced later forty four year old kenneth oglesby was headed to his nieces fear in ohio when he was killed in october two thousand sixteen police say duffy was wearing us scream mask only drove up to always be attempted to robin and then shot him despite a lot of controversy the state house votes late last night to approve a new city in henry county a heated debate even cross party lines the house votes one zero two to sixty seven to allow nearly a third of the city of stockbridge and part of henry county to hold a referendum to create the new city of eagles landing representative sandra scott opposes it if you're going to take part of the city all of the people that will have to pay the bill presentative ed riders spoke for it these people didn't get didn't get to have the vote of the rest of the county when they were annexed measure has to go back to the senate to approve changes made to the bill from the state capital senior parrish wsb governor has to sign it been the people who will be affected in a new city of eagles landing would have to vote on it but the issue still alive oh speaking you're still alive georgia's house votes to make computer snooping a crime this is essential for attorney general to be able to prosecute cybercrime in our state representative ed settler supports.
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"Center the feds napa suspected package bomber ban kong van is in custody near seattle suspected of sending suspicious packages multiple military installations in the washington dc area the packages containing black powder and rambling nonsensical notes defense secretary james mattis packages that were aware of any way have been they're now under the control of believable doors no one endured officials caution there may be other packages that have not yet turned up richard cantu abc news atlanta temperature at one zero one forty nine degrees wsb meteorologist kirk mellish won't rule out the possibility of some patchy drizzle overnight with lows between forty eight and fifty two clap stick around for wednesday a will be warmer though with highs reaching into the upper seventies atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up the funeral for a legendary georgia politician draws hundreds to a church in buckhead governors that miller skin won't read like a who's who in politics not only three former presidents in attendance but those who served with him in state politics like as lieutenant governor pierre howard will is a great tribute to a man i thought it was just remarkable that we had president bush president clinton president carter here and i know zell would've liked that a lot former state senator bill stevens worked his miller's communications director when he was lieutenant governor just a legacy nobody else can can match in buckhead cedar parish wsb breaking news i i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing news accused of dumping old tires in south fulton county subdivision a suspect remains on the run as ficials work to clean up the mess he left behind if there was a fire here in the woods how dangerous is this this would take us an extended amount of time to extinguish lieutenant dennis more with the union city fire department hoping.
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"Cloudy and warmer tomorrow highs near seventy seven atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up at a camp county school district teacher has been taken into custody charged with killing a brother and a sister and a deadly shooting in a home in jonesboro back in twenty sixteen twenty six year old michael the shaun white is been removed from two cabs tony elementary school until an investigation is complete he has taught fifth grade at that school since august union city fear you leaders residents rather furious that truck drivers have illegally dumped twelve thousand tires in their subdivision if there was a fire here in the woods how dangerous this would take us an extended amount of time to extinguish lieutenant dennis more with the union city fire department hoping to get the piles and piles of huge black truck tires out of here as soon as possible because they pose a huge hazardous said i saw ricky sewell head of the neighborhood watch tells me homes here in the south wind subdivision co for two hundred to five hundred thousand dollars he's furious i think that it's a health issue it's a hazardous materials issue in union city robin will lansky wsb cook county students who walked out of walton high school serving a one day suspension today while parents and a civil rights group continued to question how the district handled the protests against gun violence wendy alexander mother protesting her daughters punishment most of the state of georgia or the metro atlanta area they all allowed the kids to express their personal feelings about this and this a student led moment and cobb county is not allowing that to happen more than two hundred and sixty walton students walked out on march fourteenth and south korean chinese media have confirmed that north korean leader kim jong un has visited china and visited it's president wsb news.
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"Year old arkansas man has died after being attacked sightsee young men who had inquired about a car he asked for sale it's you men twenty five year old tommy prosper thirsty and twenty one year old jake miller griffith nails are each being held on charges in capital murder and kidnapping officials have identified the body found tuesday near a public access area on the arkansas river in the western part of the state twenty nine year old core be campbell had been reported missing by a friend on april sixteen and to former juvenile detention officers at in arkansas facility have admitted to conspiring to assault youth inmates climbs that the fbi called appalling former white river juvenile detention center supervisors forty three year old captain peggy kendrick and forty year old lieutenant dennis fuller entered guilty pleas on wednesday i'm robin caesar news newsradio one two nine knr in part of posted pictures of this stuck spider on our facebook page it started getting commentary man yeah he's been be famous one of our listeners that shelley said i hey you got himself in there some things or maybe just meant to the right leave him alone survival because of the week another listener kevin says hashtag he started his hashtag free spotty we can't get him out to the earth size and traffic and weather that saw the way it's going up your money news jason chocolate has that and what about sanctuary cities we're gonna find out more by the way if you love a good book the arkansas literary festival is coming up will tell you more about that too i'm kevin miller and boy here we are the weather is just is just wacky isn't it the u turn on the.
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"An outlet harrisburg fire chief bryant enter line but hurts and sizzling in crackling in the hover board and surely there after on it it exploded in flames lieutenant dennis dave oh with twenty one year veteran of the far department was killed in graphic accident spotting to defy last good consumer intimate is that is that true that the same fire also killed somebody responding to it but heard some sizzling in crackling in the hover board and surely there after on it it exploded in flames lieutenant dennis dave oh a twenty one year veteran of the far department was killed into traffic accident while responding to defy i'd be kidding me that hover board took to people out that por kid and the guy going to fight the fire to save the kids last year the consumer products safety commission recalled more than five hundred thousand hover boards by eight different manufacturers in some cases the living in batteries can over hate or catch fire since two thousand fifteen the commission haven't best did more than sixty fires cause by malfunctioning hover boards shop a crawford was greeted with the warm hug from a neighbor as he stood outside of her fire ravaged home a small memorial is now growing in memory of for two year old granddaughter she had a star in warning for anyone who has a hover board in their home get rid of all get rid of them it's a good idea get rid of them get rid of all get rid of the rookie your your child can survive without a hover board but your child may not be alicia vive with a high for hover board the red the give the two girls who were hospitalized as a result of this fire are expected to be released tonight according to the family anthony the consumer products safety commission says if you omaha on board that is on their recall with it is not too late to return the hover board and get a refund now let's i'm everybody look at the hover board list i'm i'm no look at a right now the hover board recall list because that's that's been a but we're going to put up on our website.
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"Eventually a little year drought divorced morning walk through the time we are thing play now i lived drive right now referring to eyes of winning there if you are not doing today very versatile second of line drive david around the morning five thirteen in new mexico a police officer from the largest american indian reservation is dead after he was shot bomb responding to a domestic violence calm because shooting happened early sunday morning nfc i spokesperson for the officer it was twenty seven year old not home nation officers chains alarm down authorities say if i didn't cassady but no other details of the nl east survived ouster for five years with this department the governor of pennsylvania is ordering all flags in the state to be floated half staff starting today in honor of a fire lieutenant who died in a crash while responding to a deadly fire official say lieutenant dennis devote was on his way to the station to pick up is near when his car was head as for the fire that he was responding to a younger a was killed in for others were her two of them critically investigators said that fire were sparked by hover board the girls grandfather says his family is trying to stay strong has been care february game you back to make sure it was right because of the don't were bright truth it's going to happen police said the driver who didn't killed the fire lieutenant was under the influence it was driving the car recently reported stolen to fuck half and sarah today anything with our military veterans what kind of and all on all one part of his we're talking about national nine veterans day the day marks the birthday us army to pay ninth for found in back in nineteen forty two they're duties in training have changed over the years we learned from former can nine handlers and i'll be amounts i left behind in consider surplus of quickness thankfully wasn't changed and today we train things.
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"Exploding hover board takes the life of a two year old pennsylvania girl in harrisburg and do it we can replace or smarts us in the loss of little a shot on today fox of philly reporter felix rodriguez lima says it gets even more tragic as responding firefighters also what killed line accused drunk driver kanye kendall we've learned of the death of harrisburg fire lieutenant dennis to bo he was a twenty one year veteran the harrisburg bureau a fire he was trying to make is way over to the scene here on lexington streak to fight this fire to help his fellow firefighters here in that fire fight police say kendall was actually driving a stolen car at the time of the hidden run crash he faces a litany of charges including attempted vehicular manslaughter i should say d you why as well as other charges of course now that the fire lieutenant dennis devote has passed away could see that there might be further charges added to that list investigation of the fire is also ongoing could be winters last hurrah most oh storm bearing parts a tennessee in north carolina overnight elsewhere millions of minorities are preparing to get walloped in the coming days widespread married one or storm watches and encompassing that is that legit watch how man out long island our new york eighty how the new york announcement closed other connecticut meteorologist brian early national weather service some areas could get a foot us now president obama frame praise for a secret service and they did a fantastic job is sceptre a california maclin over the white house fence this week and that was quickly apprehended says the administration works to sell the house republican planned replays obama care of ordering every american to my health insurance with a wanted it or not was never the right solution for healthcare in.
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"Hard for w haynes injury jarring didn't wwe sealed water varying w and them w married our good at news radio on graham a fire reportedly started by and it's floating hover board takes the life of a two year old pennsylvania girl in harrisburg and on became replaced smarts us in the loss of little a shot on today fox of philly reporter felix rodriguez lima says a gets even more tragic as responding firefighters also it's joe killed line accused drunk driver kanye kendall we've learned of the death of harrisburg fire lieutenant dennis to bo he was a twenty one year veteran of the harrisburg bureau of fire he was trying to make his way over to the scene here on lexington streak to fight this fire to help his fellow firefighters here in that fire fight police say kendall was actually driving a stolen car at the time of the hidden run crashing faces a litany oh charges including attempted vehicular manslaughter i should say the deal why as well as other charges of course now that the fire lieutenant dennis devote has passed away a could see that there might be further charges added to that list investigation of the fire is also ongoing could be winters last hurrah us most no storm bearing parts a tennessee in north carolina overnight elsewhere millions of ne are preparing to get walloped in the coming days widespread area one or storm watches and encompassing you know that is that pleasant walk command at long island our new york eighty out of the new york and all the other kenneth yadier i'll just ryan early national weather service somewhere he is could get up for the snow president offering praise for his secrets service and they did a fantastic job is up to a california man climbed over the white house fans this weekend are was quickly apprehended this is the administration works to sell the house republican planned replays obama care ordering every american to my health insurance with a wanted it or not was never the.