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"national police foundation" Discussed on KPCC
"Changes. We In the last little bit of legislation to help me pass out. We were reduced child poverty and we're reduced poverty in black communities significantly just by that act alone, according to the White House. The president also planned to discuss voting rights and police reform with the Black Caucus members. Mara Liasson NPR news prices at the consumer level took a bump up in March last month. 6/10 4% increase in prices, the biggest since 2012 It signs that inflation may be heating up somewhat over. Many economists also expect the price ice will be temporary and not an indicated that long term inflationary pressures are mounting. Stocks closed. Mixed day after a somewhat choppy trading session on Wall Street. The Dow was down 68 points to 6 33,077. The NASDAQ was up 146 points. We're listening to NPR. And from Kpcc Muse. I'm Nick Roman with stories. We're covering it. 704 the L. A Police commission today took up a trio of reports on how eloped handled last year's racial justice protests. Details from KPCC is Robert Korova. The three reports one from the LAPD, one from the National Police Foundation, requested by the Police Commission and an independent study ordered by the L. A City Council. Offer around 100 recommendations altogether, Commissioner William Briggs said There was one thing he found consistent in all three training training training. And various issues from the command staff down to the officers on the street. One report recommended more consistent training on the use of less lethal weapons like 40 millimeter foam rounds. The reports also criticized what they found to be poor planning and leadership. During the demonstrations. The LAPD is facing a range of excessive force and unlawful detention lawsuits stemming from last year's protests. The Police Commission ordered the department to report back on all the report's recommendations. It also requested a comprehensive presentation on training covering criminal justice. I'm Robert Korova Kaiser permanently. Researchers say they study nearly 50,000 people who had covered 19 and found regular physical activity help prevent a stay in the hospital. They say even exercising inconsistently lowers the odds of a severe covert outbreak outcome. Their study shows the chance of a covert 19 hospital stay among those who never exercised was almost twice Asai compared to those who did exercise in the chance of dying.
"national police foundation" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Ex Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin have heard from a cardiologists who says George Floyd did not die from a primary cardiac event or a drug overdoses. The defense claims believe that Mr George Floyd's death was absolutely preventable. Dr. Jonathan Rich from Chicago, says his review of the facts and evidence in the case found Floyd died of cardiopulmonary arrest caused by low oxygen levels not been restrained. In the way in which he Woz I think he would have survived that day. Two more witnesses are expected to testify this afternoon. The trial could wrap up this week with closing arguments expected to begin Monday. Two more reports have criticized the LAPD for its handling of the riots last year in Los Angeles, report found the department mishandled aspects of the protests, including crowd management policies and practices that were inadequate to handle the disparate groups or to identify leaders among the protesters and address the level of violence. The reports were released by the National Police Foundation and by a group of retired LAPD officials. Both reports were requested by the L. A City Council and the L. A Police commission. The results are similar to another report released in March. All three Reports noted failures and communication between the chief command staff field supervisors in line officers Steve Gregory King if I knew the chairman of the Federal Reserve says the U. S economy is headed for a long period of strong growth, Jerome Powell has told 60 minutes there will also be more jobs, even though Cove in 19 is still creating some risks. The Met gala is returning twice. The event put on every year by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is a celebration of fashion and celebrity. Last year's Met gala was canceled because of the pandemic. This year, a more intimate affair will be held in September. The bigger gala will return next year on its usual date, the first Monday in May and West Virginia has offered a thrill seeking twist for remote workers..
"national police foundation" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In a crash in south L. A. A news videographer at the scene says last night's crash may have been due to street racing. The CHP says there was a crowd of 150 to 200 people at the scene. Reports by the National Police Foundation and a group of retired LAPD command level officers have identified similar failures in leadership and communication. During the riots in L. A. Last summer, each of the reports noticed. Failures and communication between the chief command staff, field supervisors and line officers. They also pointed out lack of proper training for some officers in the use of less lethal force. A charity that operates out of a restaurant in Anaheim is celebrating its 60 million Meals served. Catalina's Club started in 2005. It provides a hot meal to young people and families in need. Catalina's Club will be doing a food distribution event for 124 P. M. At the White House restaurant in Anaheim. To mark the milestone news brought to you by victory tax lawyers. The first scheduled flight of a helicopter on Mars has been delayed again. This time. It was a test of the rotors that put a pause on the flight engineers at NASA JPL see during a high speed spin test of the rotors Friday night, the command sequence controlling the test ended early due to a watchdog timer Exploration. The moment that our team has been waiting for is almost here. The first light many young is the project manager for ingenuity and says they've rescheduled take off for Wednesday. Helicopter hitched a ride with the Mars Rover Perseverance which landed February 18th. Steve Gregory CAF I news. Road again. I just can't wait to get on a roll.
"national police foundation" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The preach, Okay? Yes, I am. K O S t h d to Los Angeles. Orange County lives everywhere on the car radio and I need your help. I made me King live from the cave by 24 hour news here in the $35,000 reward is being offered for help in finding and arresting the man who shot a metro train operator. Shooting happened shortly after 4 a.m. yesterday on the platform of the Indiana station in east L. A. Investigators say the shooter walked up to the operator's cab window as the Metro L'd line train came to a stop and fired twice through the glass, then fired again from inside the train the operators in the hospital in stable condition I mean in Burbank has been arrested for allegedly selling illegal guns. The U. S attorney's office is Ho Vic Dig A Zeon was arrested yesterday for selling 10 a R 15 style weapons that didn't have serial numbers. Federal prosecutors say the sales happen between October and January. 8th at the guys who CA lounge business. Former Dodgers pitcher Scott Erickson's been charged in a hit and run crash in Westlake Village that killed two boys. The only county Da's offices, Erickson was racing with another car that crashed into the boys. Erickson was charged with a misdemeanor count of reckless driving, he said to be arraigned March 16th. The other driver has been charged with murder, vehicular manslaughter and other charges. Some people in L. A county have an opportunity to speak their minds about local authorities. The L. A Police foundation has hired the National Police Foundation to assess how the LAPD responded to protests and demonstrations in 2020. Foundation will hold to virtual listening sessions Thursday to get input from the public community members. First responders, business owners and community leaders can comment on their interactions with police during demonstrations held between May 27th and June 7th last year. People can sign up at police foundation dot org's slash eloped review Rob Newton Ko Phi News. U N secretary general says he thinks Twitter went too far in permanently suspending former President Trump's Twitter accounts. I do not think that we can live in a world where too much power is given to a reduced number of companies. And I must say that I'm particularly what it with the power that they already have. Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez says at a press briefing that there should be some kind of mechanism that sets up rules for social media companies on what they can and can't do online. Ah, big bed has been placed on the big game. Largest bet on this year's Super Bowl is being taken. And it's not on the favorite pet. MGM Thursday night took a wager from a better in Nevada who plays $2.3 million on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucks or 3.5 Point underdogs. If the Bucks cover the person would win $2 million Bulk of the action for the February 7 game in Tampa, reportedly has been on the favorites. The Kansas City Cheese Bill Seward Ko Phi News. I gotta work zone in Ontario on the 2 10. This is on the 10. Westbound.
"national police foundation" Discussed on KTRH
"Well, road tripping it to Austin. You think you might go? Writing to the billboard You thought you'd never see in Texas. Here's Katie Wretches. Close. Saunders. Yeah, one of them says, warning Austin police defunded and hearing your own risk, while the other says limited support next 20 miles, Of course, these were taken out by the Texas Municipal Police Association. I did not see it coming in my lifetime. I think we're told in a prophecy of scriptures that These days will come, But I had no idea it was gonna be on my watch. Senator Charles Perry agrees with decision says Austin City Council should be called out for cutting. The Police Department's budget by 150 million were on a slippery slope, a danger path and people need to go to the polls in November. Recognizing their individual freedoms to protect themselves, as well as their safety is what on the line Heritage Action also took out billboards. Saying no police no peace among the city's those air appearing in Dallas. Well, maybe it's about time. Thanks a lot. Cliff. Houston approved funding for five new police classes this next fiscal year. Is that something you'd want to do many other departments across his nation. No. They're experiencing severe shortages. Cops are fleeing to the private sector amid calls to defund them and, of course, their targets by anarchist Dina sermon with the National Police Foundation. It's a challenge bring police department keeping them because they have options so hard to get them in the door. It's hard to keep them city investigate deal of money in the recruitment process in the training process. In the early years of the officer's career, the good economy did hard and these tough times of maids harder. Tough times. That's an understatement. Houston Police Union in July said upwards to of 1600 cops were already eligible for early retirement. You know a lot of want to take it. No word. How many have turned in their badge is since then. 6.
"national police foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So anything that even slightly suggests that is to me troubling and the kind of thing that we don't want to see in this city. The NYPD issued a statement saying The woman was arrested after she allegedly vandalized police surveillance cameras. They said officers were struck with thrown rocks and bottles while taking her into custody. That violence isn't visible on videos of the incident posted by protesters. Blasio said police should have chosen a less volatile moment. That was not the time and place to effectuate that arrest. Given this atmosphere that we're dealing with in our country and the really concerns people have. It just didn't make sense. It made sense to do it in a situation it was clearly not in the middle of an ongoing protests. Others also criticized the arrest, including New York governor Andrew Cuomo, who called the timing and tactics insensitive and obnoxious. Even before President Trump deployed federal officers to confront protesters. Police tactics during marches faced growing scrutiny across the U. S. Frank Straub is former police chief in Spokane, Washington, and works now for the National Police Foundation. He spoke with NPR after reviewing video of this latest incident. I don't know that this was really Most professional police conduct. I see an officer at one point with his hand on his gun. That's enough itself inappropriate, Straub said. Using an unmarked vehicle to make an arrest is a fairly standard police tactic. But he said doing so during a peaceful demonstration showed poor judgment creating what Straub described is troubling optics. You see unmarked Pull up. You see people that are not identified as police officers grab somebody and thrown in a band when you know that that is employed our challenge. Across the country. City officials say they're reviewing the incident with NYPD commanders. The woman arrested during the March was released early this morning after five hours in custody. Brian Man NPR news This is WN my C. You're listening to all things Considered just ahead After news headlines, Michael Bloomberg says he's spending big to help Democrats this election year. Yet some of the party say he could do more. 32 $50 million is probably the right amount. That would be a completely transformative game changer. Moron. What Bloomberg's bucks are buying. We'll hear that story and more just ahead on W and.
What it means to defund police
"Conversation that we're having in this country right now about systemic economic racism. Turns today on three words, De Fund, the police. In Minneapolis where George Floyd was killed by police. A Super Majority of the city council there says it wants to dismantle its police force, and in part because that defined the police has become kind of a catch phrase for a really complicated problem, so marketplace's Kimberly. Adams spent her day today, talking to people about what it might mean, concepts like defunding or dismantling or even abolishing the police are a bit more nuance to then may come across a protest. Chant Christy Lopez is co director of the innovative policing program at Georgetown Law and used to work at the Department of Justice Investigating police departments. She says when people talk about defunding police. It doesn't mean that you route budgets for public safety. It may mean that you decrease. Get rid of the police department per se, but you might still have something like an office of public safety. So, what would it do? Ron Surpass spent thirty years in law. Enforcement Police chief in New Orleans in Nashville, chief of the Washington State Patrol, and in all that time about ninety percent of all the police department calls that I've looked at in my life. have nothing to do with a major uniform crime. Crime has nothing to do right murder robbery burglary assault theft auto, nothing surpass now teaches at Loyola University in New Orleans. He says cop spend most of their time. Responding to auto accidents, noise complaints, lots of calls about people dealing with substance abuse. And when someone is having a mental health crisis, we often are sending out the police. Sue Abdur Holden runs the Minnesota branch of the National Alliance on mental illness she. She says the state has mobile mental health crisis teams that can respond. Unfortunately, they're not fully funded so that they can respond twenty four seven to every call that comes in which means the police legally have to says Jim Birch President of the National Police Foundation. The bottom line is who else would you call on a Saturday afternoon or in the middle of the night on a Friday night to come and respond. Respond to help address a dispute or disagreement. There literally is no one else to
"national police foundation" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Six two six and Tuesday. San Francisco city, porcelain has often been the forefront of technology in this era, Silicon Valley just down the road has now moved to ban the use of facial recognition technology or information gleaned, from external systems that use the technology part of a larger legislative package device to govern the use of surveillance technologies in the city that requires local agencies to create policies controlling their use of the tools, a lot of this goes back some six years in Oakland California in response to discovery of that city's plans to create a message surveillance network video cameras, gunshot, detectors, and license plate readers, the plan was scrapped after a public backlash and led the creation of privacy commission, which with support from the. Northern California ACLU back the passage of a local law that required the city to submit for public scrutiny. Any purchase of surveillance equipment. Now there are eleven local governments that have moved in a similar direction right now. They include Berkeley, California, as well Somerville, Massachusetts. And also there are others in California, Ohio, and Massachusetts that are moving in this direction, many including language written by the American Civil Liberties union in their measures. We're talking with Dr Edward Peters. The founder of data discovery sciences and an award-winning technology entrepreneur, as we look at just what issues at all. I want to quote you something from Jim Birch, the president of the national police foundation. And he writes, this is an area where our traditional secrecy, and lack of transparency is probably. Come back to hottest the solution. The ads would be to better inform. People and make them aware of why it should be done and how to do it in the safest and smartest ways and they go on to note that hundreds of American police agencies already have access to facial recognition. Use it to help identify suspects in routine crimes from shootings two thefts. Although few of them talk, openly about it your thought about the about the plus side mister Burch, emphasizes the fact that he believes the public hearing only the negative. I would agree with that. I think plus side of this is. Really having technology that enables, the whole area of uncertainty that surrounds any kind of traffic stop and encounter with someone in it to decrease, for instance, in a normal traffic, stop, if there is such a thing, but the police officer approaches the car, they have no idea who this person is it made me the owner of the car vehicle may, not the person, baby. A bad guy. They may want to do harm to the officer they may have warrants that. Maybe doing something illegal one doesn't really know. So there's all this uncertainty. And when human need to react, under uncertain situation like that, especially when there's a probability of being harmed or in this case shot. I, there's a lot of tension as though if the facial recognition system can quickly deliver. Summit pervasive to the officer that this is not a bad guy. There's no warrants. There's no issues here. This could the escalate that encounter. It could be scope Atari too. I would assume I'm walking through a mall. And somebody said, hey, there was a shoplifting reasoning, they give a clothing height, and weight and hair that match me to a T facial, recognition presumably, could exonerate me in that particular case could it not? It could if there's the ability to use it in that in that community that at the same time again, it could also help the person who's, who's actually, like you said, being stopped, we're being accused in guarantee that show, the bell and quickly allow the police officers to go and actually pursue the real suspect and not that one. Now, the name of, of your firm is intriguing I suppose, at this point, we probably should learn a little bit more about what one can find if they go to data discovery sciences dot com. What do you do what we're focused on data and all the as applied data solutions? Whether it's about robotics, we're here, we're talking about robotic process. Automation machine learning facial recognition. How do I use that to make by company and my process, more efficient and how do I I. use this now to enter into market. So companies come to me and asked me to work with them to understand how I how they could use these other processes to accomplish those kinds of those kinds of outcomes, and it's changing every day, just a wonderful place to work is dated discovery sciences involved in any firms, which are employing or researching facial recognition technology. Yes at, for instance, I'll give you an example of a school district, and they were concerned that the privacy issues that surround facial recognition as well as some of the costs and ally abilities case, they were, they were hacked could be a big problem. And I was able to find technology for them that takes a picture and that it could verts that picture to what say representation of the skull, so. What almost looks like an x Ray. What stored that all the database is this x Ray image of the picture and associated with the person as opposed to the actual image themselves. Now, if somebody and here's how it works if you're walking into onto the campus, the facial recognition software, of course, is, is doing all the footage coming off the cameras people draw boxer out, everybody, a green box say, we have a reputation of that person's face and that's good. I yellow box to say, we don't know who this is or a red box to alert security. Get that person now 'cause they're banned from the campus and all of which both protect the privacy of the person as well as gives them at affective solution to be able to control access to their facilities. Dr Edward Peters, our guest again. He is the founder of data discovery scientists dot com. We're looking at facial. Recognition software and efforts to ban it, and we'll come back into talk some more about this because again,.
"national police foundation" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Bob McClay. Here's our top story. National police foundation study claims that Phoenix police are involved in the most officer involved shootings in the country police chief Jerry Williams says it's because of staffing shortages and having to deal with people with mental health issues. Some of those officer involved shootings, it was a single person unit that was on scene, which then could create a dynamic where the individual may want to challenge. Williams tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show that she'd like to see mental health professionals answered nine one one calls regarding mental health incidents should police. Officers started carrying around NAR can one valley woman. Lost two children to overdoses once Phoenix police officers to have the opioid overdose. Reversal drug with them retired. Phoenix police sergeant Darren Birch says he understands her sentiment. But it may not be practiced all the police officers feel comfortable with that type of expertise. The Phoenix police. Department has distributed kitsch to only one hundred specialty officers out of a total of nearly three thousand sworn police officers at least four Americans are known to have died in the Easter Sunday bombings in three Lenka. And now you us authorities are involved in the investigation. That's according to ABC's Alec stone. The FBI is now assisting in the investigation into the Sri Lankan bombings. It's not uncommon for the FBI to send a team of agents to a foreign country. When terrorism kills American citizens at least four Americans are known daddy in the bombing attack. And in our told the FBI is assisting in the probe one of those dead Americans has been identified as a man from Denver who was in Sri Lanka on business. Meet twenty twenty presidential democratic candidate number nineteen Representative Seth Moulton a Massachusetts. The forty year old Iraqi veteran with two degrees from Harvard is a supporter of gay marriage legalized marijuana. I think that we would be a much stronger country if more young. People had the opportunity to serve so I wouldn't make making a draft. But I would make it a cultural expectation and he tells good Morning America that he thinks that young people should want to serve their country. And now for a check on traffic..
"national police foundation" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Responding to the massacre in Sri Lanka. I'm greg. Paul. Kane S T news, Arizona, Senator Martha mcsally is reacting to the deadly bombing attacks and tree Lanka. The Republican says the attack reminds us of the global threat of terrorism, adding it's a horrific tragedy bombings at multiple Christian churches and hotels on Easter killed at least two hundred ninety people in hurt. Hundreds of others. Mick Sally, says she joined Sri Lanka to stand against the evil. A study into the spike of officer involved shootings involving Phoenix polices out the findings of a seventy two page. National police foundation study show Phoenix police were involved in forty four shootings in twenty eight team. Jim Birch president of the national police foundation. Who did the study says many of the incidents involve a single officer on the scene. The number of events that involved a single officer responding to that scene increased in two thousand eighteen if it went up to forty point nine percent in two thousand eighteen. And compared to an average of twenty six point one percent in years prior the study made nine recommendations, including Phoenix police have enough officers to respond to calls and provide adequate backup for responding. Officers. City leaders are planning to meet with community leaders to finalize a nine point plan of action and AirAsia is a signature away from banning held cell phone use behind the wheel the state house gave its approval to the measure last week. The measure also makes the use of a hand held cellphone behind the wheel of primary offense making it an offense which an officer can pull your vehicle over an issue a citation. The Bill is on governor Doug ducey's desk, and he has expressed support for the measure and is expected to sign it this week. I'm Greg Paul as T AM seven ninety two.
"national police foundation" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Mcsally is reacting to the deadly bombing attacks and tree Lanka. The Republican says the attack reminds us of the global threat of terrorism, adding it's a horrific tragedy bombings at multiple Christian churches and hotels on Easter killed at least two hundred ninety people in hurt. Hundreds of others. Mick Sally, says she joined Sri Lanka to stand against this evil. A study into the spike of officer involved shootings involving Phoenix polices out the findings of a seventy two page. National police foundation studies show Phoenix police were involved in forty four shootings in twenty eighteen Jim Burke, president of the national police foundation. Who did the study says many of the incidents involve a single officer on the scene. The number of events that involved a single officer responding to that seen increased in two thousand eighteen it went up to forty point nine percent in two thousand eighteen compared to an average of twenty six. Point one percent in years prior the study made nine recommendations, including Phoenix police have enough officers to respond to calls and provide adequate backup for responding. Officers. City leaders are planning to meet with community leaders to finalize a nine point plan of action and Zona is a signature away from banning held cell phone use behind the wheel the state house gave it to prove to the measure last week. The measure also makes the use of a hand held cellphone behind the wheel of primary offense making it an offense which officer can pull your vehicle over an issue a citation. The Bill is on governor Doug ducey's desk, and he has expressed support for the measure and is expected to sign.
"national police foundation" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"The massacre in Sri Lanka. I'm greg. Paul Kane as T news, Arizona, Senator Martha mcsally is reacting to the deadly bombing attacks and tree Lanka. The Republican says the attack reminds us of the global threat of terrorism, adding it's a horrific tragedy bombings, multiple Christian churches and hotels on Easter killed at least two hundred ninety people in hurt. Hundreds of others. Mick Sally, says she joined Sri Lanka to stand against this evil. A study into the spike of officer involved shootings involving Phoenix polices out the findings of a seventy two page. National police foundation studies show Phoenix police were involved in forty four shootings in twenty eight teen Jim Burke, president of the national police foundation. Who did the study says many of the incidents involve a single officer on the scene. The number of events that involved a single officer responding to that scene increased in two thousand eighteen if it went up to forty point nine percent in two thousand eighteen compared to an average of twenty six point. At one percent in years prior the study made nine recommendations, including Phoenix police have enough officers to respond to calls and provide adequate backup for responding. Officers. City leaders are planning to meet with community leaders to finalize a nine point plan of action and Zona is a signature away from banning hand held cell phone use behind the wheel the state house gave it to prove to the measure last week. The measure also makes the use of a hand held cellphone behind the wheel of primary offense making it an offence, which an officer can pull your vehicle over an issue a citation. The Bill is on governor Doug ducey's desk, and he has expressed support for the measure and is expected to sign it this week. I'm Greg Paul as AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk. Lately, it seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..
"national police foundation" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Becky Lynn here is our top stories is an issue that impacts every agency in Maricopa County in the broader region, we are now hearing from Phoenix police and the national police foundation following an in depth study into the spike of officer involved shootings in Phoenix. The national police foundation is outlining nine recommendations to help reduce officer involved shootings here in Phoenix. We recommend that Phoenix PD implement a process whereby officers will document each time they draw their weapons and point that weapon at a community member. Jim Birch with the national police foundation says it's necessary to document and see how many incidents could have turned deadly chief. Jerry Williams says the department will provide an update within the next sixty days. DEA agents have arrested a Tempe man on federal charges for selling fell to a man which led to his death. This all thanks to the DA's heroin enforcement action team that Coleman with DA says when investigating dead. Drug cases, we try to find the person to gave the lethal dose in this case we were able to review the crime scene from the overdose. In the medical reports that kind of stuff, and we actually were able to find the person that gave the lethal dose of this victim. Pullman says they've charged thirty five year old Joshua fast set with selling the drugs to the twenty four year old victim, and he adds they go after sellers to help bring closure to the victims families, hundreds of current and former ASU economic students received an Email from professor Brian Gauguin, claiming corruption vice president of media relations with ASU Katie pack with says, it's all faults. We have never received any grants. I'm engaged the activation that the university would establish quotas, and any course, requiring sale percentage of students is critically sin. Gauge posted a statement on its website saying quote, sin gauges never provided a grant ASU as part of this partnership, we remained focused on working to support the institution in their efforts to help students succeed in this course. And we've done. For almost one hundred years and with thousands of institutions heading out of town tomorrow for Easter dollars asking you to pack a little extra patients, if you're driving on the eastbound,.
"national police foundation" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"New this morning. We're now hearing from Phoenix beliefs that the national police foundation, fondling an depth study into the spike of officer involved shootings in Phoenix KTAR, actually blood is live in the news room with detail. This is an issue that impacts every agency in Maricopa County in the broader region, but the national police foundation is outlining nine recommendations to help reduce officer involved shootings here in Phoenix. One of those recommendations we recommend that Phoenix PD implement a process whereby officers will document each time they draw their weapons and point that weapon at a community member with the national police foundation says although this is an added burden to officers. It's necessary to document and see just how many incidents could have turned deadly. He adds Phoenix police should not be the primary response to mental health needs in the community. Now Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams says the department will provide an update. Within the next sixty days live in the news center. Ashley flood KTAR news hearing from Arizona State University. After allegations took over social media indicating corruption within its economy department KTAR Ali vetnar has the story who we are. We would operate that way. Vice president of media relations with ASU Katie Packwood says the Email sent from professor Brian Gauguin is all false. We have never received any grand Clemson gate, the activation that the university would establish quotas in any course, requiring sale percentage of students is unequivocally. Send gauge posted a statement on their website saying, quote, we remain focused on working to support the institution in their efforts to help students succeed in. This course, as we have done for nearly one hundred years with a thousand of institutions Ali vetnar, KTAR news. Harrison is immigration crisis. Among the various aspects KTAR has brought you this week about the border crisis. Recycled children was particularly poignant nearly two hundred migrants held at any one time in Yuma sector border patrols, holding centres our children..
"national police foundation" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It'll tell you exactly the qualifications that you need the written test is scheduled for March fifth, and that's once a year or once every two years. So it's a very small window when we do our recruiting ads for who they're looking to recruit, we look for more of the traits that you bring not the physical qualities men and women of all age groups are who are looking for looking for folks that want to be dedicated I want to be part of something that's bigger than them alley. Vetnar KTAR news new recruiting changes by Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams says it'll help her set clear directions on her vision. And what she needs her administration to look like that's a game changer. I think community too because it shows how critical we are. And how serious we are. In looking for individuals who want to wear this uniform. Phoenix between now recruiting for a communications operations and police officers their accepting walk ins, which helped bring in more recruits this year, and by the way, chief Williams also says the national police foundation, which is studying into the city's record high police involved shootings will be releasing a report sometime this month. Six. Yeah. It was the lowest scoring Super Bowl of all time. The New England Patriots mother the LA Rams thirteen three in Atlanta. It was also the six Super Bowl win for the patriots two thousand two and the third for former university of Arizona star tight end, rob gronkowski, Paul. We'll have more coming up in sports in just about twenty minutes. KTAR news time is five. Oh, six. Oh, I'm going to take my shots at this game to coming up in a few minutes. Oh, yeah. All right. Let's get over to Dani Sullivan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, we're doing pretty good. And I am seeing delays already. I ten eastbound sixty seven th avenue to about fifty first avenue also on I ten the Maricopa freeway you've got an accident. It's from earlier this morning, but crews are still working on it..
"national police foundation" Discussed on Here & Now
"Apparent can hear the worst grade school shooting in US history at least twenty seven dead twenty six years ago at sandy hook. Cook. Then this February and parkland, Florida, we know seventeen lives lost at a high school in parkland gunned down at dismissal and then in may just outside Houston. Welcome back everybody for continuing coverage of this dark day and Santa Fe that school shooting that left ten people dead and ten injured. But as horrific as this list is it would be even longer if it included school shootings that almost happened. The national police foundation has started a database of these incidents, and so far they've analyzed just over fifty school attacks that were stopped. I found one such case in greater Houston. I'm guessing as you Tiffany Jefferson apologize for Lieutenant Tiffany Jefferson is with the Houston police department. She works with crime stoppers of Houston on February seventh of two thousand seventeen we had a student that was a juvenile. He pretty much told his plans of place in bombs in a school cafeteria. And that student went on to say that when the bombs explode. The students are going to flee the building they will be shot in the event they flee the building. Jefferson says another student heard about the plan in called in an anonymous tip. Crime stoppers Houston. How can I help you crime stoppers of Houston is a nonprofit that increasingly deals with school safety? Jefferson.
"national police foundation" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Tragic event, the mass murders and suicides of more than nine hundred members of the people Stemple took place in Jonestown Guyana forty years ago this week. People mostly from from northern California. We're led there by cult leader. James Jones, California, congressman was among the dead. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Get some perspective. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. KTAR news on ninety two three FM. Maybe on your drive to work today. You glanced up at one of the freeway overpasses. I know there was one fifty one in Coulter, and you noticed signs signs protesting police violence here in the valley. There are some statistics to back up the argument, Pamela that there is something going on especially with Phoenix police well yesterday. Phoenix police had their fortieth officer involved shooting this year. There was an armed robbery suspect wanted industry of armed robberies, including a carjacking over the last week who was shot and killed by Phoenix police making it their fortieth of the year, a setting I believe a new record perspective is important as well. That is more than Los Angeles County. Are you sitting in for this that is more than the Chicago police department? Do you know at this point this year, Chicago police have shot nine people nine we're at forty what is it going on? And what is specific about Phoenix? Well, we're going to talk to the people who were behind those banners. Joining us right now is VDI Hernandez executive director of Poder. Thank you very much for joining us. Hi, good morning. Thank you. Well, we laid out a little bit of the the issue out there. What was behind the signs this morning? Yes, exactly everything that you've talked about. Beg. You just mentioned Phoenix police department currently has been named the deadliest police department in the country, and that seems that the city is doing much later. The police department isn't doing much and as a community we refuse to become numb to this. And we refused to let this be our normal. And so we saw that we had to put this start putting out this message because it cannot be that there is an average of one person being shot every nine days and in other stories of like yesterday or some of the reasons that the department my us are actually not the stories of the last forty this year. Well, you say that the city isn't doing enough enough, and in July, you actually had Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams who called on the national police foundation, researchers to get a clearer picture as to what is in fact going on. She says that you know, we have to start somewhere gathering information, get some data. See what? What is going on start having these conversations? So there is research that's being done. A report that is expected by the end of the year, you say the city isn't doing much. Well, it seems as though they're doing something. What else do you want them to do? That is definitely not enough. Right. I report came after months of community groups going into council protesting and showing that this was an issue, right? By the time that happened in June. We were already at about thirty three. Thirty over thirty shootings. That means that we let this happen. Right. And the city is not moving without people in community pressuring for something to happen. And unlike other cities Phoenix is starting insane. We're just gonna research and do nothing in the meanwhile, while we search this report is gonna be six months long during those six months, how many students are we expecting and at the same time. It other cities have taken more react more proactive ways. They started looking at the esscalation. They started looking at the cases figuring out other ways that they can help reduce this issue. Meanwhile, scenic says let's do a six month research without doing anything else in in the meanwhile, and even research itself wasn't a voluntary thing. So for as this is that it was definitely not enough the banners one of them reading stop Phoenix police violence. You might have seen it on the fifty one this morning. We're talking to Viti Hernandez the executive. Director of the group of behind those banners are multiple ones around the valley. We've identified the problem we talked a little bit about about the rude. What specifically do you want to see moving forward? What what what is a remedy to the problem that you see? Definitely looking at how this is happening. And how we're letting this happen rapidly. There's a lack of transparency within this police department tonight that has been sued just even to access records of these situations that these cases there are families who have been in context of people who've been shot at the Yahoo. I still waiting for for something for a report for body cameras for each and they have received nothing in. It's been over three months. It sounds to me that you're looking you're looking for transparency here. Because when you say you want them to look at what's happening. They are looking at what's happening. They're doing a report. And it seems as though cheap Williams is concerned. I'm concerned. I am concerned as somebody who is part of Phoenix as well. But the lack of transparency is an issue. And I think that this is a story that isn't going away anytime soon the numbers are the numbers. What makes Phoenix police? Piece the most violent or what is what is the root of the cause of why Phoenix police? Shoots more people than any other city in the United States. Is it training is it unique criminals are running into is it an armed society. I know we're trying to get next police and cheap Williams yawn to ask some questions because there are a lot of questions that are raised in the situation. We'll keep you posted a driverless taxi service coming to Arizona sooner than you might even think we've had enough drinks. And you may not even notice there's not anybody driving in front of you..
"national police foundation" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Says it needs to stop every day. The men and women police uniform it. I'm wearing today and they go out and they know the risk challenges yet day in and day out. They do it every day researchers from the national police foundation will be in town next week, gathering data for study a pedestrian who was struck in hit in hit and run. Early this morning in Phoenix has died police, say twenty nine year old. Michael Madani was crossing with Dowell road at fortieth street when he was hit by a car. Police are still searching for the driver and that car. There's a baby boom at one valley hospital, but not in the delivery room. Sixteen nurses in banner desert medical center's intensive care unit are pregnant. It was just one after another after another after another five and six. And then now we're up to sixteen the expectant moms say they're sharing it in each other's excitement and have started a Facebook group to support one another. Let's take a look at your money sponsored by money matters with Ken moraif the Dow gaining one hundred and. Eleven. Points today as we head into the weekend five. Fifty KFYI news time is five o'clock. Leepo NC Trela have a look at your east side west side traffic JoAnne good afternoon Santan freeway showing. A lot of cars on the two zero two eastbound from the one one over to Gilbert, road also saw up on the sixty eastbound some starting around McClintock over to Stapley. On southbound very packed in McDowell over to, Guadalupe road also punched in. Westbound one zero one from the fifty one all the way out to nineteenth avenue there's a. Wreck the transition on the two eastbound over the northbound. One zero one that's been moved off to, the right wreck downtown westbound tenant. Washington and a crash in rural south of the sixty let's swing. It over to the west side here's Steve Trela yeah we've got some. Slow traffic on the fifty one northbound between the two of to I ten and Thomas we've also got stop and go traffic on the I ten westbound. Between a mini stack up to fifty nine th avenue I seventeen northbound still running slow from the I ten Split all the way up to Bethany home road look out for a crash Thomas he's to seventh avenue..
City of Phoenix moves forward on proposal to study police shootings
"And traffic now it oh to i'm ashley flood here's our top story the phoenix police department is a step closer to finding out what's causing the numbers of violent police citizen encounters to go up the public safety and veterans subcommittee has agreed to ask the city council for one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for study on that police chief jerry williams says it will be conducted by the national police foundation just to give me intel and information on the who what where when wise what is going on with the suspect prior to many commenters at today's meeting opposed this saying another study won't improve police citizen relations the next city council meeting wednesday june twentieth kathy klein ktar news the valley man convicted of helping to plot the two thousand fifteen attack at a prophet mohammed cartoon contest in garland texas is seeking a new trial attorneys for abdulmalik abdulkarim claim it was never revealed in his first trial that an undercover fbi agent who witnessed the shooting had communicated with an accused recruiter for isis before the contest and his presence was only revealed after their client was convicted of the attack that left two people dead mesa police say a man posing as a painter is likely casing retirement communities in the east valley nick rush shutt with mesa police say the man is facing charges for burglarizing a home last month probable cause to charge him for burglary based on this incident happened near main and hegley police say the suspect is forty nine year old william donohue police say he was seen inside the victim's home before fleeing was stolen items it might seem like a no brainer in the hot weather but put your shoes on if you're going outside for can get to be really really hot sometimes sixty to one hundred and seventy degrees fahrenheit plaque asshole can sometimes get to be one hundred and eighty degrees kevin foster with arizona burn center at miracle but integrated health system says you can get up to second degree burns he also says folks have to be careful drinking water from a hose or even touching it the water can heat up to at least one hundred eighty degrees let's get a check.