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"oakland police department" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

THE EMBC NETWORK

03:47 min | 4 d ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK

"He's a nice guy, but I'm much better than my dad. We always think that, right? And so my grandfather believe it or not, he was in a San Francisco police officer. Again, never wanted to be a cop, thought I'll never do that. I'll be an FBI agent that's much more sophisticated. Well, lo and behold, I'm 25 years old living at my dad's house and I'm just sick and tired of it and I want to get out and he goes, buddy, I think you should apply for local law enforcement. I think you'll really like it. And I thought, you know what? The old man might be onto something. And I always wanted a job that I could use my mind and my body. And I thought police work would fit that modality because you got to be a tactician with your mind. And you got to be able to be physically able to handle yourself. And I did martial arts and bodybuilding. So I thought this is actually going to be a perfect job. I'll do this for two years and then I'll transfer the FBI. So lo and behold, I apply to a police department and I lived in California. I applied at the time to the Oakland police department. Now, I didn't know much about Oakland other than the Oakland a's. Well, I got hired by the Oakland police department and let me tell you, there's a lot more going on in Oakland than I realized. It is historically known as and if you probably I haven't Googled it in a while, but if you Google, it's probably top 5 most dangerous cities in the United States. Always up there as a murder capital. Robbery, violent crime. They lead. They lead the world. So I didn't realize that. And it was a great experience for me to be honest. And even though I'm not a police officer anymore, and I'll kind of talk about that. I still think it's one of the most noble professions you can do if you're doing it right. And Oakland, you know, again, it's like the Harvard, I would say, of police work. And the reason I say that is because if you do 5 years in Oakland, it's like doing a 20 year career somewhere else. So it's high paced, fast action. It's an it's an understaffed department so that you're always, you just see so much, they say. And as a matter of fact, the FBI did a study and they said three years in Oakland is the equivalent of 18 years like anywhere else that's some regular city. So pretty cool stuff. So I worked there for 6 years and then I transferred over to the San Francisco to police department and I worked there for about 8 and a half years.

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Shooting at California gas station leaves 8 people injured, 1 person dead: police

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Shooting at California gas station leaves 8 people injured, 1 person dead: police

"Bullets flew at a gas station in Oakland, California Monday night just hours after a gunman killed 7 people in half moon bay, a shootout at a Valero station on Oakland's Macarthur boulevard killed one person and wounded at least 7 others early Monday evening, responding officers with the Oakland police department found shell casings, but no victims at the scene. Several victims were learned to be in stable condition after taking themselves to local hospitals for gunshot wounds, but one person died, no arrests have been made, the incident happened just a few hours after another deadly shooting Monday in the San Francisco Bay Area, where a gunman killed 7 people at two locations near the coastal community of half moon bay, 67 year old Chun Li zhao

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"oakland police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Parent's town hall meeting is planned for later today at shore's high school two days after a shooting left several students injured, WGN's jewel Hillary spoke with the student as classes resumed yesterday. Parents are scared. That their kids are going to come here one day and not come back home. Sure, senior Kayla Lugo says is a good school that often gets a bad rap because of incidents like the shooting that happened across the street on Wednesday. Our school doesn't deserve that. The new principal doesn't deserve that. Just none of us deserve to feel this way. No rust made so far in that shooting. Another of R. Kelly's former girlfriends took the stand at his federal trial to testify about videotaped sexual encounters she had with Kelly, which sometimes involved an underage girl at the center of his 2008 trial. Lisa van Allen alleged Kelly's longtime business manager told her years ago they should have killed her instead of paying her to return a tape she stole that shows the threesome with a minor. She's expected back on the stand today. Prosecutors are moving forward with gun charges against the teenager who was beaten during a police arrest in Oak Lawn, a judge yesterday found probable cause in the 17 year old heady Abu talis case. The teen is now suing the Oakland police department. The police chief and village board defended the officer's actions, Illinois state police are investigating the use of force. Well, there is no threat to the public after a person scaled the fence at the FBI field office on the near west side and through rocks of the building yesterday. The person was quickly detained and brought to a hospital for evaluation, no one inside the building was injured. This is just the latest incident targeting federal agencies over the past few weeks, Phil Andrew is a former FBI special agent and security expert. The FBI and law enforcement are going to continue to take these threats very seriously and that they're going to get a serious response and folks are going to be held accountable. Earlier this month, the man tried to break into the Cincinnati field office, he died after a chase and shootout with police. 94% of the Chicago teacher union's House of delegates voted yes for the newest COVID-19 safety agreement with CPS, the sometimes reports that since the tentative agreement to the full members for approval by the end of this week. Doctor Ellison already in Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White had both tested positive for COVID-19. Chicago's top Doc has a fever and cold like symptoms, but says she's doing well, she credits her vaccinations and boosters for her mild symptoms. Secretary white's office says his symptoms are also mild. The 88 year old is double vaccinated and double boosted. CDPH is doctor Geraldine Luna. The more people get vaccinated, especially now that we're getting this new booster, the more likely we'll see those cases dropping and hopefully see them at a point that they really doesn't threaten our way of living it. New boosters that target the latest variants could be available as soon as next month. A student at northern Illinois university sets a positive four monkeypox. The school says the person is in isolation and has an attended any classes so far, the decal county health department is conducting contact tracing so far officials have confirmed 401 cases of monkeypox in Illinois 85% of those are in Chicago. Atom Chicago restaurant tavern on rush is shutting down after almost 25 years of business on the Gold Coast. The last day of service will be New Year's Eve in a statement on Facebook, the restaurant says it's closing due to the end of its lease agreement with the landlord. WGN sports the Sox lost at Baltimore four three, the cubs lost to the cards 8 three. The forecast from the WG and Chicago weather center meteorologist Mike Janssen. Good deal of cloud cover to start our Friday then look for more sunshine in the afternoon

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"oakland police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:44 min | 9 months ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Going to be a wash I'm Michael hill It's morning edition from NPR and doubly NYC With Finland and Sweden likely to join NATO rushes all but encircled by member states Two decades after the federal government began oversight of the troubled Oakland police department that's about to end And New Jersey officials are deciding the fate of an outdoor education center that teaches kids to love bugs It's Friday the 13th of May the news is next Live from NPR news in Washington on corva Coleman the House committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol has subpoenaed 5 House Republican lawmakers This includes House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy all 5 were asked to testify and they refused and bears Claudia grisales says the committee now seeks to compel them to testify Members of Congress usually testify voluntarily and while they have been subpoenaed for example in House ethics committee investigations this is in no way common Republicans have warned that if they take control of the house next year as is projected they'll issue subpoenas to investigate Democrats and beers Claudia grisales reporting Heavy fighting continues in Ukraine Russian forces are pressing their attacks in southern and eastern Ukraine Russia fired a missile at a building storing humanitarian aid near the eastern city of har Kyiv and Russia is still attacking a steel plant in the southern city of Mario ball where Ukrainian forces are holed up Ukraine is opened its first war crimes trial today against a Russian service member and Pierre's Anya comments reports from lviv a 21 year old soldier is facing charges Ukraine's prosecutor general irina benedicto said in a statement Wednesday that sergeant Vadim shibar and fired a Kalashnikov rifle from a stolen car killing a 62 year old man in the sumi region of northeastern Ukraine on February 28th The sergeant faces from ten to 15 years or life in prison Benedictive has announced that her office has identified more than 10,000 war crimes and hundreds of suspects in the 11 week old conflict Last month they charged ten Russian soldiers in absentia for atrocities allegedly committed in bucha Any cabinets lviv Ukraine The man who was at the center of the deadly 1992 standoff at ruby ridge has died from Boise state public radio Troy Opie has more U.S. Marshals arrived at Randy weaver's north Idaho home in 1992 because he missed a court date on a federal weapons charge A shootout while Marshall's scouted the area left weaver's son and a deputy dead by the second day of the tenth standoff his wife had been killed by an FBI sniper The standoff lasted 9 more days and helped inspire the anti government movement including Oklahoma City bomber Tim McVeigh weaver was acquitted of the standoff but did spend 16 months in jail for the weapons charge In 1995 the Justice Department settled a wrongful death lawsuit with the family for $3.1 million Weaver's death Wednesday was announced by his daughter Sarah on social media He was 74 For NPR news I'm Troy Opie in Boise Billionaire Elon Musk says he has put his offer on hold to buy social media platform Twitter He tweeted the news this morning Musk wants to know more about how the company is counting faults or spam Twitter accounts Musk is seeking to buy Twitter for $44 billion Its NPR It's doubly NYC at 7 O four this Friday the 13th near 60 this morning overcast in some spots drizzle in others cloudy and 70 today We have delays in the city on one in N trains The police disciplinary process has long been criticized as protracted and in favor of NYPD officers mere Eric Adams says he wants to change it Elizabeth Kim has more The mayor a former NYPD captain has been outspoken in defending police against criticism but asked about a recent watchdog report about complaints against the NYPD during the George Floyd protests He says he's taking a quote deep dive into police discipline The police commissioner and I are saying how do we revamp so that we can assure justice prevails Adams recently backed police commissioner keyshawn sewell's decision to allow an oversight board to handle the case against officer Wayne isaacs He was accused of killing a Brooklyn man in 2016 while off duty The police union had recommended an internal probe Mayor Adams also has signed New York City's new pay transparency bill into law the legislation will require employers to list salary ranges in job postings supporters say the new law will help curb long-standing gender and race based pay disparities City council member Natasha Williams was one of the architects of the bill Seeing the foundation to enable women to be a space where they can be at a space where they can truly compete with men means a lot to me The law takes effect in November With a little more than two weeks left in the legislative calendar its crunch time for a traffic laws in Albany officials in New York City are pushing lawmakers to enact bills that would expand their ability to automatically take a drivers whose speed in school zones and run red lights the city also wants to set the speed limit on streets without approval from Albany.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Were found. It was close to midnight on Tuesday, October 21, 1969. When a phone rang had Oakland police department, 12 and a half miles east of San Francisco. An officer answered and was graded by a male on the other line, who introduced himself as the Zodiac Killer. He then made a strange request. He wanted one of two specific defense attorneys to appear on San Francisco talk show, the Jim Dunbar show, the following morning. If this request was granted, the Cola said he would be open to negotiating live on air. To prove he was genuine, he provided knowledge about the zodiac case that police deemed to be legitimate. Investigators agreed to the call as demands. One of the attorneys he wanted to speak to was Melvin Belli. He was famous for defending Jack Ruby, an American nightclub owner who killed presidential assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald. Bellaire agreed to appear on the show. The next morning, the Jim Dunbar show went live to wear at 7 o'clock. Hold the other guests on the show were canceled as Dunbar and belli made small talk. After 49 minutes, the phone finally rang. The caller identified himself as the zodiac. But Belle I asked for another name they could use. He told them to call him Sam. Talk to us. Just tell us what's going on inside you right now, saying, I have Alec. How long have you had those headaches of Sam? And a long time? If I killed a kid, if it all boils down to the question of you're giving yourself up if you could be as sure that you wouldn't get capital punishment for my son. So.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Com. But my five thousand dollars donation now. Maybe it's a drop in the bucket. Compared to what people will be doing all over the country for you. Larry but i. But i want everybody to help support you and i wanna make sure that everybody's on record the team. Gallagher is all all of all aboard and with team elder. Well my five thousand dollars is a lot of money. I mean i'm getting twenty five dollars fifty dollars things like that. Five thousand dollars is a lot of money to give somebody running for office. And i really appreciate it. A share your thoughts with our colleague or might my former colleague at least temporarily at salem. Mr hugh hewitt. That's all i'm going to say. Well we're not neutral here as all. I'm going to say we're excited about your candidacy. Because frankly gavin newsom has a problem on his hands. He's got. He's got a problem with a lot of disaffected angry. Frustrated californians who just simply are fed up with the direction the state is going. And i'm hearing from california's every day. Who say larry elder is exactly what this state needs. And where do you start. Two point two million californian signed a petition to recall this man and it is estimated that between twenty five percent. They've even thirty percent. Were independent and democrats voted him just two years earlier. You start with the famous meal that he had at the restaurant called the french laundry. I never heard of it. Until until i found out it was in napa valley and i thought it was one of the most elite restaurants in california is not i thought it was. The most elite restaurant in america is not one of the most elite restaurants in the world and wind. Tab alone was twelve thousand dollars being picking picking it up and it wasn't just that he was dining there while he was shutting down business elsewhere. He was dining with the very same medical professions. Who dropped who drafted the corona virus mandate. They were violating. They weren't totally distancing wearing masks and meanwhile he has his own kids in private education in school and he exempted his own winery from the mary a mandate he was imposing on everybody else. Now i was a small businessman. I ran a business for fourteen years. It was accessible. I sold it was still going after i sold. It didn't liquidated didn't go bankrupt. But i will tell you more. Nearly half of all small businesses in going bankrupt and those revive are often operating on very thin margins. How many lies. How many dreams. How many hopes that. He just dashed by shutting down this date in the most severe way than any other governor. Larry there's you mentioned hugh there. He's going to be hosting a debate. That's going to be next week at the richard. Nixon presidential library and museum in your belinda. Gavin newsom isn't gonna go. You've decided you have another commitment. You're not gonna go. But frankly when i first heard about it i thought. Why would larry debate a bunch of other republican candidates who are so far below you already in the polls when the real person you want to debate these gavin newsom. Well that's right. And i've been doing interviews in the last twelve days my up and down the state san diego to sacramento and san francisco. Oakland and i always asked reporters when they interview me. Have you extended in imitation together. Newsom and they always say yes and they always say. He's not responded because he can't respond to this record. How you going to deal with the rising crime. Are you going to justify the fact that he released under his supervision. Twenty thousand convicted felons under early release because the corona virus and statistically the majority are gonna re-offend when he first came into office one hundred and seventy thousand people behind bars pretty soon. It's going to be less than ninety. And something like seventy five seventy five thousand more or eligible for early release over the next several months. If not several years it is absolutely ridiculous. I mean you larry. How do you defend i mean. Yesterday we saw the story and barbara boxer assaulted an eighty year. Old grandmother former. Us senator assaulted in broad daylight in brooklyn. Oakland that's happening all every day streets in america. Maybe with a high profile mugging like this. Maybe democrats will see the light. I kinda doubt But the state of california's record and the oakland city council. I've got the headline in front of me. Votes to to a payday passed a two year budget. Diverting eighteen point. Four million dollars from the oakland police department. How's that working out for for you oakland. Yeah a kind of shock. The open a police chief the happened to be blab and he gave a press conference a few days ago. And said just what you said here. We have rising crime here. You are diverting funds from the oakland police department los angeles two hundred and fifty million dollars diverted from los angeles and by the way i mentioned this being shut down. The teacher's union large affiliate is here in los angeles and the head of the union said the move for putting people back into school. During the corona virus ban was being led by white supremacists. Mike you know me a long time. You call me a lot of things. You're calling me a white supremacist. And the people that are being hurt very black and brown people get the teacher's union and the left claims to care about eighty percent of the public school students. In california are black and brown seventy five percent of black boys. Mike cannot read estate levels of proficiency and that's a low bar fifty percent of all third graders cannot read estate levels of proficiency in my high school only two percent of these kids are mask proficient. What i want is the money to follow the child rather than the other way round my savings account so that parents.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on At Liberty

At Liberty

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on At Liberty

"Know how they have to carry them and they make sure that they are all licensed and they know the distance they have to maintain from police officers as police officers are making these arrests. Will the cops don't like it. This kind of scrutiny is just like no and so they keep trying to pull over the panthers and arrest them but there are no laws that the panthers have broken because the panthers no vote law and so then the oakland police department runs to the state legislature. They run to don mulford who is a conservative member in the california legislature. And it's like you've got to do something these panthers these panthers lord these answers and mulford like i got your back and with the help of the nra. They draft legislation to ban. Open terry in the state now. What they say is is that this is racially targeted. That's what they say out front but when you look at their letters it's all about the panthers. How do we make the panthers illegal. How do we stop the panthers. The panthers are a threat. And so you get the mulford act. Which governor ronald reagan eagerly signed. And so you get this really interesting configuration of a conservative legislator. The nra and republican governor ronald reagan eagerly upholding eagerly riding for gun control legislation. Right and this is of course. In contrast to the nra reaction to the nine hundred ninety three waco siege where law enforcement raided the compound that belonged to a religious sect on suspicion that they were stockpiling weapons and law enforcement were shot at and the nra had a very different reaction to that and that was the other thing that drew me into this study so it wasn't just flindell casteel murder but it was also the nra's silent response given what it had done at waco and ruby rich at ruby ridge. You had basically the right wing militia. That was all about arms and you had federal officers coming on a federal warrant for holding illegal guns and law enforcement were shot at right and at waco again you had law enforcement being shot at and the response from wayne lapierre of the nra was to call these federal officers. Jack booted government thugs. Who will have the right to come into your home and steal your gun..

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"oakland police department" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Wishing you a happy Fourth of July. Now back to the best of me, the police chief and in Oakland. California is just beyond himself. He's so furious. What's going on Laurent Armstrong Minority Black. The Oakland City government has slashed its budget. Slash his budget. Despite the 90% increase in murder, cut, 12 go Start off today by saying. That I'm challenged by the decisions that were made on Thursday around the budget for the city of Oakland, particularly for the Oakland Police Department. But today we find ourselves in a crisis. We find ourselves reeling from a weekend of violence where we've seen four homicides. Over a three day period. It now has this currently has 65 homicides for the year. It's a 90% increase compared to last year. Are shootings are up. Over 70% this year. Robberies are up. 11% this year. It's been 1300 robberies in this city already this year. Carjackings are up nearly 88%. So we see clearly That crime. Is out of control in the city of Oakland, and our response was for less police. The reasons are black Police chiefs, the one in Seattle who was basically forced out and resigned. In Detroit who left because he thinks it's a disaster. He needs to run for office. This gentleman, another black police chief, there. Black police chiefs who can't put up with this. They see what's happening to the human beings in their community. Cut 13 go. Want to address a comment that was made by one of our city leaders doing these budget mediums. It was referred to Asked. A bump in the road, a speed bump.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"They were allowed to have and the police did not like it. They did not like it and so the oakland police department went to. Don mulford assemblyman a california assemblyman and said we need your help. We need to make what the black panthers are doing illegal. Because currently it's legal. We stop them but they got the right kinds of weapons. We can't arrest them for what they're doing. We need to be able to make their work illegal. And so what mulford did with the help of the nra was to write the mulford act which banned open carry which was a gun control act and there was a gun control act targeted at the black panthers so for said now there's no racial targeting in this at all this is about the clan as well but it wasn't the the letters make it really clear that the genesis for this the catalyst for it was the. How do we curtail the black panthers. How do we make them. Ill legal fascinating moving for twenty years. I wanted to go to former supreme court chief justice warren burger nineteen ninety-one appearing on the macneil. Lehrer news hour the the bill of rights. Now there wouldn't be any such thing as in the second amendment which says a well regulated militia being necessary for the defense of the state that people's rights to bear arms. This has been the subject to one of the greatest pieces of fraud. I repeat the word fraud on the american public by special interest groups. Still have ever seen in my lifetime. This has been the greatest fraud. We're going to have to end with this final commenting fewers professor anderson. Yes in and fraud has been that swabbing of the second amendment in the flag in patriotism in a sense of of that the militia were there to protect defend democracy when in fact the militia were they're designed to control black people and deny black people their rights. So in the second amendment. What we have in the bill of rights is the right to destroy black people's rights that is anathema. that is what has been committed. What most shocked you in your research. How consistent this anti blackness was and how it carries through to today with stand your ground loss how it carries through with the ways that black people are seen as threats as as monsters as dangerous simply because of their very being and that puts a crosshairs on them that that is Writing this book was hard because writing about the past and carrying it to the future in the midst of killing of george floyd ahmad arbery. Riana taylor was just in. The midst of the pandemic was just a lot. That's emory university. Professor caroline persson author of the new book the second rayson guns and a fatally unequal america. Her other books include one person. no vote have voter. Suppression is destroying our democracy and white rage the unspoken truth of our racial divide. And that does it for our show. Democracy now produce with rene felts. Mike burke teeny guys during shave. Maria tourists cena. Carla wills timing warren off during an dura sam all tamera maria studio john. Hamilton rub karen honey masud and contraire us our general manager. Is julie crosby our director. Becca staley special. Thanks to marry him. Barnard poll powell mike to filipo. Miguel aguirre hugh grant dennis moynahan. David prude and dennis mccormick goodman. Thanks so much for joining us..

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"oakland police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Large cities went up nearly 29% in the first quarter of 2021, compared with the same period in 2020. This, according to preliminary data collected by the Major Cities Chiefs Association, and it's happening as departments like Oakland's are seeing their budgets squeezed. The City Council voted to cut $18 million over the next two years and channel part of it to two other programs, including $4 million for a pilot program that will dispatch trade personnel to respond. Non violent and non criminal issues of mental and behavioral health. Oakland's chief Armstrong agrees that police presence alone cannot stem the tide of violence. The success of this city will not be just law enforcement. It won't be just the Oakland police Department. It will be the Oakland Police Department. It will be Department of Violence Prevention. It will be most importantly community. But the chief and the mayor say that budgetary diversion could result in the loss of more officers. The department is already more than 70 officers short of its total allotment. Still, even on the dog watch, even at murder scenes, many officers remain committed to their jobs. And their mission. ABC is Matt Gutman in Oakland, California coming up the booming weed industry and the fraud behind some of its sales on perspective. After this Fourth of July. Sale is on now. Sacramento's very best brands.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Set down listening to your elegance. Stop now to that. Msnb hawes tiffany cross. Had a couple of things to say mar has been wack for a long time from his. Make out session with the black face expert. Megan kelly to his infamous use of the inward on his show for which he later apologized and his continual mostly white weekly panels where he sings sob songs to them about the perils of the shrinking demographic and chides anyone who falls even slightly outside of his myopic privileged view anybody find it interesting that this quote unquote liberal ally is sounding a lot like a moderate fox news contributor bill maher you do not get to tell people of color what they should or should not be offended by. Stay in your lane. Slim shied that instead of standing on your alabaster perch every week to crap on other people's lived experience while providing a safe haven for well established white supremacists. Because i gotta tell you this old angry white man act is so played. The truth is what's happening. Now is an evolution. And you are fighting for your power and privilege to not become fossilized while basking in the rays of your own. None existent cleverness in comedy. Bits circuit three decades ago and quite frankly is just offensive. At this point the country like it or not is changing in real time and sadly fake time with bill. Maher is not start now. you remember when bill marr. Use the and word jokingly. I thought it was funny. What happen i'm news. Go up sooner or later confronted by. His buddies did anybody at all any of his numerous black buddies. He's so proud of his affection for the black community and he was black. Say wait wait a second bill. Come on we talk like that all the time around bill building meaning. Did anybody say that. No i'm going to go up sooner or later and bill. We're all your black buddies after this black host on msnbc basically called you old in white irrelevant. Where are your black buddies. Bill maher's always thought of himself. It's hyper hyper hyper. Woke understands the black community more than almost anybody else. Use the word. They all throw him under the bus. This host trashes him. It's old and white and irrelevant. And if anybody in the black crap community and all these other people he hangs around with said anything at all and he's have. I didn't hear it did you now. Afc says that the headlines are really nothing more than hysteria about crime being up. Tell that to this oakland police. Chief laurent armstrong happens to be black saturday night. I went out to a scene of a young man that lost his life in a lady yelled out the window. Do something about it. Start off today by saying that. I'm challenged by the decisions. That were made on thursday around the budget for the city of oakland particularly for the oakland police department but today we find ourselves in a crisis we find ourselves reeling from a weekend of violence where we've seen four homicides. Over a three day period it now has this currently sixty five homicides for the year so ninety percent increase compared to last year. Our shootings up over seventy percent. This year are robberies up eleven percent this year. Spend thirteen hundred robberies in the city already. This year are carjackings up. Nearly eighty eight percent so we see clearly. That crime is out of control in the city of oakland and our response was for less police resources. I wanna address a comment. That was made by one of our city leaders. Doing these budget meetings. It was referred to as a bump in a row a speed bump that we would go through a period where there would be speed bumps and there would be challenges and things may not go right but we would be okay well for me. Those speed bumps are sixty five lives so far this year victims who have suffered at the hands of violence. whether it's shootings robberies carjackings jackie's sexual assaults. All of these crimes are not speedups. These are people far too often in these meetings. We are talking about numbers. We are talking about money and cost. I don't know what the cost of a life is. But i know not having resources makes our city less safe. It concerns me that we would ever consider that to be a bump in a row. We come back growing anger. On the part of americans across party lines about.

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Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong Frustrated Over Lack of Funding and Resources

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Oakland Police Chief LeRonne Armstrong Frustrated Over Lack of Funding and Resources

"Start off today by saying. That I'm challenged by the decisions that were made on Thursday around the budget for the city of Oakland, particularly for the Oakland Police Department. But today we find ourselves in a crisis. Find ourselves reeling from a weekend of violence where we've seen four homicides. Over a three day period. It now has this currently has 65 homicides for the year. 90% increase compared to last year. Are shootings are up. Over 70% this year. Robberies are up. 11% this year. It's been 1300 robberies in this city already this year. Carjackings are up. Nearly 88%. So we see clearly That crime is out of control in the city of Oakland, and our response was for less. Police resources are black Police chiefs, the one in Seattle who was basically forced out and resigned. In Detroit who left because he thinks it's a disaster. He needs to run for office. This gentleman, another black police chief, there. Black police chiefs who can't put up with this. They see what's happening to the human beings in their community.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I support the G fund movement. Why is the word defund? Why is the word be fun? And it's like this is the word that's coming from the street, many excellent suburb suburbs. Have essentially already begun pursuing a de funding of the police in that they fund schools. Not only do we need to invest foreign police, but we need to completely dismantle the Minneapolis police Department. The Minneapolis police Department is rotten to the room defund. The police does not mean abolish the police. It means a dramatic reduction in the number of police in our poor communities. Police are terrorizing black and brown community. The evidence is clear across the country. Yeah, we don't have to kill the police off. We just have to mortally wound them that those were, of course, all Democrats, all expressing those views over the course of the last year and the appetite for defunding the police has not slowed down. Want to be really clear about this. The messaging around defunding the police has abated because they realized it doesn't test well in the polls. We talked to the focus groups and it turns out nobody likes this, least of all the communities where your supposedly helping things. Hey, we just wanna get rid of your cops. Is that okay with you? I'm sorry. We don't normally ask for permission. We just defund the cops and you live in your gated communities and everything's fine. So they've got this push to defund the police. Now they don't want to say it quite as much. There's sort of backing off of the phrasing. They're even trying to blame the other political party for it, but It still continues in Oakland this past week. Have you been following the show saga of Oakland, California? In Oakland, California this past Thursday. Guess what they did the Democrat run City, the Democrats City City Council. Well, you guessed correctly, They defunded the police $17.4 million being taken being taken away. From the Oakland Police Department and being redirected towards other programs. This is according to kpi x local outlet there. $18 million is going to disappear from the police department over the course of the next 24 months. Now they had decided there was some expectation. The local news Allen reports that the council would quote delay the controversial decision. But I guess it wasn't that controversial among the City Council because they voted by a wide margin 7 to 2. To get rid of the funding for this police department and redirected to people who are not a part of the police and instead are part of what they call the Department of Violence Prevention. This is where they send in the therapists. We can see if we can talk everybody down, calm them down the Department of Violence Prevention The move. Kpi X appropriately, says Comes as Oakland has seen an alarming spike in street violence and deadly shootings. Including the mass shooting. During Juneteenth festivities at Lake Merritt this past weekend. That was now two weekends ago that they're referring to In fact, the jump in violent crime in Oakland, California This year alone has been in terms of homicide, a 90% increase 90% nearly a 100% jump in homicides compared to this time last year. The violence is completely out of control and the City Council nude this, the Democrats on the City Council knew this look around. You can see what's happening. People in Oakland living in fear of violence and homicide, not because they're being fed lies, but because they're finding out the truth and the way to find out the truth is go outside your door. Turn on the local news. See what's happening at night and realizing that Oh, my God, the violence has risen. Nearly 100% in terms of homicides. So the the people of Oakland have every right to be concerned about this. And so, But what does the City Council do? They turn around and they defund the police. They disabled the people who who would be able to prevent and to respond to Acts of violence. That's what we call on the police to do. So this has now very much injured. The Oakland police Department. I want you to hear from the Oakland police chief. His name is Laurent Armstrong. And he is quite clearly upset about the crime that's rising in his city and what the City Council just did. He gets emotional as he talks about this. What's in first? This is the Oakland City Council last week Thursday, stripping the budget for this particular.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on KGO 810

"In San Francisco. Win with wildfire in the Shasta Trinity National Forest in Siskiyou County, exploded in growth overnight. The lava fire has grown to more than 13,000 acres. It's 20% contained at this point it has burned buildings near a subdivision up to 10,000 people have been evacuated in several locations. The intensity of this fire also triggered a fire NATO and created Apparently, when smoke fire and dirt we're all whipped together. A couple of specialized East Bay firefighters are heading to South Florida, Oakland Fire Department battalion chief Chris Landry and count across the county Fire protection District Assistant Fire Chief Jeff Peter headed there yesterday. They have been sent to help with search and rescue efforts at the Champ Lane tower collapsed and serve side where at least 11 people have been confirmed dead and 150 are still missing. Both are members of the Oakland Departments, FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Task Force. Dema requested them to join a specialist incident support team. Oakland's California task force is one of 28 federal urban search and rescue teams able to quickly deploy to an event. I'm Terry Rouse kgo 8 10 from fire to police. Oakland Police Chief LeBron Armstrong responded this week to the decision by the City Council to shift more than $17.5 million from his department's budget to fund other public safety measures. He says he had supported an alternative proposal presented by council member Lauren Taylor. There was a budget designed to make sure that we had both that we had adequate number of officers for the Oakland Police Department to address the increased number of 911 calls that we continue to see. But also to work closely with our violence interrupters so that we could help prevent violence as well. Chief. Armstrong is concerned no police officers will be added to the fours. He's also worried about the gap between the funding shift in the establishment of those alternate programs. Oakland's mayor Libby Schaaf, also opposed the move, and let's update your drive around the Bay Area. Burger stand in Berkeley. It's been a problem spot this morning. Sponsored by Mattress Firm Here's kgs. Clark read from the Chilean auto body Traffic Desk Traffic alert in Berkeley, yet eastbound 80 at Ashby and overturned SUV in the left lane, which was abandoned right lane is open now, but it's solid from the maze and westbound as a jam from San Pablo. Damn Road, Caltrans, now on the scene for attenuated repair. Campbell an accident North found 17 before 2 88 80. It's been at the centre Divide Looks like they've cleared that out of there, but it's still stop and go from Hamilton in Dixon. An accident eastbound 80 before 1 13 South That's off to the shoulder. Santa Rosa, Watch out for some kind of debris in the lanes north beyond 11 after college halibut past still slow and go westbound 5 80 from 205 to Northland. Meters are on. It's backed up past 8 80 at the Bay Bridge. It's mattress firm's Fourth of July sale for a limited time. Save up to $500 on a king bed for a queen price on top rated mattress brands like Seeley and Sleepy's.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News. I'm Charles Maynes in Moscow. In Alabama, at least 12 people are dead. Several of them Children in a 15 vehicle crashed that officials blame on then tropical Storm Claudette, the National Hurricane Center, says Claudette, now a tropical depression will strengthen again before hitting the East Coast. NPR's Dustin Jones reports Claude that was reclassified as a travel depression early Sunday. However, the storm is expected to intensify as it makes its way east towards the Carolinas. Georgia and northern Florida. Residents from the Florida Panhandle to the North Carolina coast should expect torrential rains, high winds and flash flooding. Tornadoes are also a possibility in parts of Georgia and the Carolinas. Apply that is expected to bring as much as six inches of rain and storm search levels could reach as high as three FT. North Carolina is under a tropical storm warning in South Carolina under a tropical storm watch until Claudette has had to see late Monday. Yes and Jones NPR news. American Airlines says it's canceling hundreds of flights this month and next amid a surge in passengers now that the country is opening up again, the airline citing unprecedented whether a labor shortage and an incredibly quick ramp up of demand says it will cancel at least 60 flights a day for the rest of June around 80 flights a day will be cancelled. In July. You're listening to NPR news. From KQED News. I'm keep Wolf. The Oakland Police Department has added additional patrols around Lake Merritt following last night's deadly shooting. KQ T. M. J. Johnson reports One person was killed and six others were injured. The man who was killed was a 22 year old San Francisco resident. Police are not releasing his name until his family can be notified. Oakland police spokesperson Officer Johnna.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's 7 30 live from KQED News. I'm Brian what Oakland City Council plans to consider a report's recommendations to defund the police department. At its meeting today. Quds Kate Wolf reports in the aftermath of the George Boyd protests that rocked the nation. Oakland City Council created a task force to find alternatives to policing and slashed the amount the city gives to the Police General Fund in half. The committee made 17 priority recommendations earlier this spring, including reducing the scope of the Oakland Police Department and expanding community programs focused on violence prevention. The council will vote Monday on approving the report's recommendations and prioritizing them in this budget period. In a statement, the president of the Oakland Police Officers Association called the council's consideration of the report insane. He added that police staffing is at a five year low and violent crime is surging. The city has seen 41 homicide so far this year. I'm Kate Wolf. KQED News. Dan Vail's police chief, is scheduled to report to town leaders this week about his department's hiring and training practices that it says the town police officer is facing criminal charges for a deadly shooting in 2018. Quds, Alex Emslie reports. Officer Andrew Hall shot lot. Omer Arbel ETA nine times as the 33 year old Newark man steered his car slowly into the gap between two police cars. Prosecutors charged Hall with manslaughter last month. Contra Costa County Sheriff, which provides policing services to Danville, initially cleared Hall of any wrongdoing. I went on to fail. We shoot another man, Tyrel Wilson in March about six weeks before he was charged for killing our Valetta. Investigations into Wilson's death are ongoing. The families of both men say they had mental illnesses. The police chief is scheduled to describe how officers are trained to deal with people in psychiatric crisis as well as hiring standards. The council meeting is set for Tuesday evening. I'm Alex Emslie KQED news. All indications are that San Francisco and Marin County will enter the state's coveted yellow tier of coronavirus. Reopening conditions later this week. KQED S Nina Thorsen reports. The yellow tears to find his minimal risk. It's the least restrictive stage of the state's framework. The biggest changes that bars can reopen indoor service up to 25% of capacity or 37.5%. If everybody shows proof of vaccination. Churches and other places of worship could have 50% capacity indoors. Conferences can also get bigger and sporting events could have more fans in attendance and some live events and performances can resume with limited numbers if audience members have assigned seats and don't mingle, I'm Nina Thorsen KQED news. The Livermore City Council plans to decide today whether former council member John Stein will keep his seat on the planning commission. That's after he said He didn't want downtown Livermore to become in his words, a ghetto. This happened during the Planning Commission meeting on April 20th. The panel was considering a request to build a 130 unit low income housing development. Stein apologized to the council a week later and said the city should have inclusionary housing to serve all segments of the community. He said he wants low income housing throughout the city, and it shouldn't be concentrated in a single area..

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"oakland police department" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Cannot be just for some It must be for all and to acknowledge and seek to do everything within our power. To apologize for acknowledge hell and correct the harm that has been done to communities. Five police, including this police department, is part of the responsibility. Chief Armstrong as our next leader, and I know there's no one more ready to do that work than him. The Oakland Police Department is reeling after news broke last month that OPD officers shared racist and sexist, social media post. Post on the page also expressed disdain for protesters and policies meant to prevent police brutality. Moving the department into full compliance with the settlement agreement. It's one of my top priorities. In order to achieve that goal. It requires cultural change within this organization and that cultural change starts today. Our department is currently faces serious challenges but allegations of white supremacists races and sexual social media posts. These incidents are woefully unacceptable. And I can assure you that we're gonna fully and thoroughly investigated. I want to be clear that anybody in the Oakland Police Department moving forward. I want to be involved in this type of behavior will not be welcome. Civil rights attorney John Burris has represented numerous victims of police violence, including several people targeted during the 2000. Oakland Ryder's case. That case involved, several officers caught beating up and planting drugs on Oakland residents. Case resulted in the city paying a $10.9 million settlement to victims and the imposition of federal oversight of the department, which continues today. One You have to do more than not what the problem is. You have to solve the problem. Figure out what caused that problem and then put together a plan of attack to his traded It doesn't happen again. If that also means that heads must roll, then they must roll. Earth says that, unlike other chiefs, Laurent Armstrong grew up in and lives in Oakland and is very familiar with the department's negative reputation in the community In terms of having officers on the department who maintained white supremacist attitudes. These people have to be identified and stamped out. I'm hopeful that she understands that that this is a critical issue here. You also need the support. The man say, Imagine, to some extent are the place union in order to carry out a classic program. These are areas that I think he could be very strong, but the same time high and wrong with others will will be watchdogs on him on certainly, um, make sure that he doesn't get a free pass just because he's from Oakland and reason after the Americans. Armstrong replaces chief Ann Kirkpatrick. She faced drawn criticism over her defense of five officers who shot and killed a homeless man in 2018. Patrick was fired by the police Commission last year, citing her failure to increase Oh PD's compliance with federal oversight. City Council passed a resolution in June directing the police chief and city administrator to fire police officers who exhibit what it called quote, racist practices, behaviors and actions. I'm J r summers for Keep your faith. New induct ease to the National Pro Football Hall of Fame or announced this Super Bowl weekend and legendary Oakland Raiders coach and player Tom Flores is in at long last Or has had a groundbreaking career. Born and raised in Fresno County. He was the first Latinos starting quarterback in pro football and the first person of color to become an NFL head coach. A grassroots campaign that arose to enshrine his legacy finally bore fruit 20 years after he first became eligible for the Hall of Fame. Ecuadorian reports from Fresno. It was a long time coming to knock on his door that Tom Flores had long hoped for, and has long deserved.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Last Wednesday, the FBI arrested Larry Bronc of Texas at Eric Montreuil yesterday. Brocks, the retired Air Force Reserve officer. Los Angeles Democrat Maxine Waters said she had raised security concerns and a December 28th meeting of House Democrats and grilled Steven Son, the Capitol police chief during an hour long private call on New Year's Eve. Water, said she grilled son about the proud boys and other groups planning to come to Trump's rally and about keeping them off the Capitol Plaza. She said police chief son kept assuring her He had it under control. They knew they what they were doing, Water said. Either he's incompetent or he was lying or he was complicity. Trump has announced his resignation. Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio says to U. S. Capitol police officers have been suspended as a result of their actions during last week's attack on the Capitol. Ryan told reporters today that one of the officers took a selfie with someone and the second officer put on a Make America great again Hat, he says of the ladder that the interim chief determined that to be qualifying for immediate suspension. Congressman says Capitol Hill police there looking at everybody involved that could have potentially facilitated the incursion of protesters into the building at a big level or small level or in any way. Ryan says they don't want unauthorized. They're working on President Biden's inauguration who was not doing the job on the January 6th event. Oakland Police Department has opened an investigation into allegations that its officers endorsed or participated on social media accounts that contain objectionable content about the mob attack on the capital. Probe follows the K P I X TV interview with a former officer who marched on the capital on Wednesday and defended the actions of the assailants who forced their way into the building. The online news site. Oakland Side said former encourage Oakland police officers liked Jor El Snyder's Facebook posts about the storming of the capital. Snyder was in Oakland police officer from 2006 to 2015. Repeated false claims about election fraud and said that Democrats should be criminally charged for treason. Seattle's internal police watchdog is investigating sweets by the head of the city's police officers union that suggested black lives matter and other activists share blame for last week's violence at the U. S. Capitol. Congressman Jared Huffman represents Northern California's second district stretching from Marin County to the Oregon border. He was in his Capitol Hill office during last Wednesday's assault and spoke with Brian Edwards takers of the upfront program about his experience. Was a lockdown. Essentially, we were told initially that the Cannon office building needed to be evacuated on that is because you heard about those pipe bombs at the RNC and the DNC. Those are closest. Well, The RNC is very close to the Cannon office building. And so the concern was that Uh, they got to get us out of cannons a lot of my colleagues in Cannes and moved into conference rooms and other places in Longworth and Rayburn. Um And then we quickly got word that the capital had been breached. And so from that point on, it was pretty chaotic. A lot of conflicting information, not a lot of clarity on what parts of the capital We're safe and what parts were not. Were you worried about them coming? Tol your office where you barricading yourself in? Yeah, we were barricaded in. We were told to get away from Windows. To turn the lights out to try to maintain silence, almost like an active shooter situation, and that's what most of us did. We were told to get out the bag.

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"oakland police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"oakland police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Kate Wolf U C. San Francisco's plan to overhaul its part, NASA's campus is the subject of a hearing before the city's land use committee tomorrow. Securities. Erica Kelly reports that although the university has committed to building housing for its workforce, some are asking for guarantees that it will be truly affordable. The university plans to build more than 1200 new units of housing. Under a tentative deal with city 40% of that housing would be classified as affordable. Supervisor Dean Preston is among those who are concerned that the affordability guarantees won't be enough. The university's lowest paid workers, including janitors, and those who work in the cafeteria, not just about how many units but about how deeply affordable are they And who can afford the limbic. Preston called today's hearing to get more answers on the commitments UCSF has made to the city and how they will be enforced. But the project does not need Board of Supervisors approval to move forward. That'll be up to the UC Board of Regents, who are scheduled to vote later this month. America KELLY KQED news Governor Gavin Newsom has seven days to make good on his promise to have one million Californians. Cupid Vaccinated Cuties Julie Chang reports. The governor set the goal Friday. California has been slow to vaccinate today to the state has administered just a third of the two million doses it's received early last week, the state allowed all health care workers to be eligible for the vaccines. And it's approved dentist, pharmacy techs and other health professionals to administer them, Newsome said. This should help get more shots into people's arms. We're going to see faster administration, you'll see that Hold me accountable. You will in Santa Clara County, Dr Marty Fencer side, the county's testing and vaccine officer said Friday. They're working to ramp up vaccination distribution like they did covert testing. It's expected to start slowly and we will absolutely ramp up. We've heard that the federal government under the new administration is going to push out a lot more vaccine. The plan is to open many more Masback sites. County officials recently opened 23 sites for vaccination and plan to open another next week. I'm Julie Cheng KQED news. The Oakland Police Department is launching an internal investigation into allegations that current employees may have supported extremist groups online. KQED Sarah Hussaini reports. Former Oakland police officer and Trump supporter General Snyder was among those who marched on the U. S Capital on Wednesday. As a mob disrupted the certification of Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election. Oakland side is now reporting that a number of current and former OPD officers have supported recent social media posts Snyder made about the insurrection and the recent election. Including one that references Boogaloo ideology, which advocates for inciting a civil war. In a statement Friday, OPD said that any employee who violated its policies banning hate speech or quote subversive groups could be disciplined or terminated. I'm Sarah Hussaini. KQED NEWS SAN Francisco City officials are allowing driving screenings for the Sundance Film Festival to go ahead at the end of the month. The prestigious festival is going remote this year, and the Roxy Theater will be holding screenings at the Fort Mason Center for Arts.

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Police Shootings: The Data and the Damage Done

Science Vs

04:53 min | 3 years ago

Police Shootings: The Data and the Damage Done

"It's been five years since the high profile shootings of several unarmed black teenagers and men which launched the black lives matter movement. Thousands of people protested saying cops a using unnecessary force. The death sparked national debate. About what exactly was going on in in police departments with some saying this is a systemic problem and other saying no that's not right. A recent Pew survey found that around around forty percent of the public and about two-thirds of offices interviewed thought that these deaths were just quote isolated incidents this whole anti-police rhetoric is based on a lie. There is no data. There's no research that proves any of that nonsense none but despite this police departments have been doing all kinds of things to respond to the deaths and the protests police departments are employing. A new tactic body mounted video camera. Sacramento Police Department has been doing implicit bias. Training officers and recruits are required to attend an eight hour implicit bias. Course course meanwhile it feels like we're still seeing a lot of black people being killed at the hands of police like just a few weeks ago. Brad Attach Yana. Jefferson was shot in her home in Texas. Jefferson had been playing video games with her eight year old nephew. She was gunned down right in front of him so today on the show. What can you research tell us about police shootings in the US? And what can police departments be doing to save. Lives do implicit bias. Training Body Cams actually help when it comes to police shootings there are a lot of opinions. But then there's science okay so when you want to know the science of what is happening with all these police shootings you have to know that. We don't have good data here as no official database that tallies all the people in the US who was shot and killed by police so without officials stats media organizations like The Washington Post have started counting. And here's what they found about a thousand people in the US a killed by police each year. Roughly half of those don't have a gun and while all white people do get killed by cops your two to three times more likely to be killed by police in the US. If you're black an every researcher that we spoke told us that this wasn't just on the cops so for example is difference is partly explained by the fact that because of the history of this country black people are more likely to live in places with gun violence and cops a more likely to be assigned to these neighborhoods. So when idea is that if a lot of cops are interacting and with more black people than white people in the rare times that cops do draw their weapons. There's a greater chance that the person on the other end of the barrel will be black eh but lots of people in the. US think that something else is going on here to racial bias or racism among cops ups. So how widespread is that what feels like a messy and politically charged. Question can actually be answered with science. Hi My name is Jennifer Eberhardt and I work at Stanford. University Jennifer is a professor of social psychology. The and in two thousand fourteen. She started working with the Oakland police. Department to analyze their data on stops and searches and she was basically asking the question. But when you look at the data cops stopping and searching more black people. She looked at more than twenty thousand stops from five hundred police officers and she said there was a clear pattern. They stopped way. More African Americans in the same was true for the searches and when they when when they did the searches like what did they find. Were black people like more likely to have weapons or drugs no no. They weren't in Oakland Oakland. Black men was searched four times more often than white men despite the fact they would know more likely to have weapons or drugs. The white guys a similar trend was found for Latinos. And this isn't just Oakland. One big study published just the analyzed. Almost a hundred million police stops from twenty eight different states all across the the US and they found similar patents and these differences. They often stuck around. Even after you control for the crime rate

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Bond agencies file referendum as California moves to eliminate bail for suspects awaiting trial

All Things Considered

00:46 sec | 4 years ago

Bond agencies file referendum as California moves to eliminate bail for suspects awaiting trial

"Nuns at an orphanage in Vermont. People believed that these things can be possible in a way that they simply didn't believe in the nineteen nineties. So the Trump administration is pushing for more logging to reduce the risk of wildfire. Say, even more actions needed. The forests are much to dance because we've tried to keep fire out for about one hundred years and we visit Aretha Franklin fans who are dressing in tribute to her today, channeling the Queen of soul. Those stories coming up in this hour of all things considered. After these headlines from eighty news. I'm Tara Siler one day after governor. Jerry Brown signed landmark legislation to end cash bail in California, the bail industry filed a referendum today that would ask voters to repeal the law, Kate Cutie, California politics, and government reporter Marie.

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