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"office community" Discussed on Deep Background with Noah Feldman
"Supervisions systems accountability systems efforts to stop racially biased police things you changing policies and training around stop and searches. arrest practices looking at officer wellness to deal with stress on the job that can create very bad conditions for certain officers on the beat looking at problems with excessive use of force. In in putting in de escalation policies a time, communications face mechanisms to de escalate and alike when every one of these looks different, because they are fueled by they don't come about until the Justice Department has engaged in intense investigation, looking at every record interviewing hundreds and hundreds of police officers, community activist leaders people residents. That really you know, describe happening in the policing in that particular city, and then coming up with solutions tailored to that city, the leadership conference last year, actually issued a report, called a new era of public safety at aggregated a lot of the best practices in that document IN CONSENT DECREES IN O. J. Research in research from the International. Association chiefs of Police in civil rights organizations. In order to really provide communities on the ground with the kinds of tools and best practices learnings that came from the incentive Krys in part because the Justice Department has literally walked away from this work, and so we wanted to be able to to provide those tools, but this Osama the flavor of what is in any particular consent decree. And, just by example would chicago. Chicago Police Department long and storied history of systemic misconduct. We really went deep into the problems of accountability. The lack of accountability systems lack of supervision, supervisory consistency, the lack of adequate training and accountability on use of force and excessive use of force said. That's just to give you. Some examples Vanita, when I hear you say that there eighteen thousand police departments in the United States and that there were fifteen consent decree is put in place by the Obama Administration, the enormous disparity in those numbers really makes me think the solution can't be the kind of nuanced case by case, individually negotiated agreement than approved by court, which is a consent decree there if we really are serious about a systemic problem it needs to. To be addressed systematically so I wanna ask you imagine a Democratic Congress imagine a Democratic president and a will to make fundamental change at the national level, could there be federal legislation that would operate wholesale, not just retail that would through. Let's say conditioning receipt of federal funds on reorganization lead to the kinds of changes in supervision, accountability, deescalation, and so forth at a national level. Is that something that's doable? Is it something that's? That's desirable. And what would it look if so yeah, so before I? Want to answer this question, but I I wanna just it's really important to mention that the parent practice tool that the justice department has just one tool of many that it has to incentivize reform the Justice Department uses. has a cops office community oriented Policing Services Office that has a host of different programs technical assistance collaborative reform. These were programs. Programs that Agony Obama Administration were well funded and really helped hushed apartments at a much greater scale to engage in reform they produce research that was out for the field, convening authority with chiefs from around the country that would come together and talk through best practices in what they were doing, but also in the aftermath of Ferguson President, Obama. Recognizing you know just how widespread this problem is, and how many police departments there are. Launch the twenty first century policing task force that over the course of three months came up with best practices, and then can start it to convene twenty thirty forty chiefs once a week for the next several years to literally dig in on this report and engage how these chiefs were actually implementing that the outcomes on invest practices in this report and so. So it is not tool or tactic that is going to win the day. You have to have sustained leadership that is pushing on this in a way, the obviously we don't now, but if you look at this, this is part of what is is needed on. The Justice Department is going to need a new justice. Department will need to re invigorate. Tools. But I also think needs to go beyond. It already exists so we. We need to have a justice. Department that reinvigorates to community relations service that played such a profound role in nineteen, sixty eight in the late sixties. It's been really gutted, but in in maintaining and building relationships locally on the ground went unrest breaks through. We need to have laws federal laws that are actually in place that provide for minimum national use of four standards. We need national national. Registry of police misconduct in a national registry documents officers that have been fired for. Disciplinary reasons or excessive use of force so that these officers are just thought cycling around between departments department getting hired despite their own records in launch or Smith, we need to expand the federal charging options, says you know used to be a controversial topic, but I. Just don't see how we can proceed and give the. It has the fact that the Justice Department and federal prosecutors have one statute with the highest criminal intent standard in it in order to prosecute officers engage in misconduct. It doesn't make sense in it is. It has left. It is meant that the Justice Department has had to decline prosecution and in cases that they shouldn't have had to given. Given given kind of how reckless the behavior was so right now there's a it's a standard that requires proving specifically that not only was the use of force unreasonable, but that that the the officer knew at the time that he or she was violating the constitutional right of a person that they knew it was wrong and did it anyway. we need more charging options for for prosecutors? These are just some of the things that I think states and Congress ultimately need to take up. Even as we talk about reinvigorating justice, department and all of the tools. That has you talk about the spending clause issue. This is something that has been. Raised a lot about what is the power of the federal government's purse which provides money out of the Justice Department to Airdrie Police Department in the the country. How can that power be used to incentivize? Better policing in some cases, there's been conversations about mandating better policing better data collection, and I think this is A. This is a question that we have not reckon with an I. Don't think that it is We have to put this on the table now, and it's something that has been politically toxic before on in Empire Times that I think a fact that we don't even aren't even able to collect data on officer involved eight holidays I think is is a real travesty will be right Dr. Ask You about the historical patterns that are essentially starting to emerge now. The Rodney King. police brutality event followed by the Los Angeles riots than the Ferguson riots. Then now the riots that are spread all over the country, just beginning in Minneapolis, but not spreading.
"office community" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Details ten ten wins accu weather says clear to partly cloudy tonight breezy and colder low fifty six another nice day tomorrow with mostly sunny skies but not quite as warm high seventy two June begins on Monday with a mix of sun and clouds and a high of seventy one some sun at times for Tuesday high seventy two looking ahead to Wednesday warmer with a high of eighty three and some sun but a couple of showers or thunderstorm may threaten as well good evening I'm Donavan wins news time at the tone seven thirty good evening or morning call file a protest in New York City continue for a third day after protesters and police clashed last night resulting in two hundred arrests one woman is accused of throwing a Molotov cocktail at a police van several cops were injured both the mayor and governor speaking today about the protesters right to be heard but condemned the violence perpetrated by some against police as well of as well as some of the rough handling by police of protesters all is being investigated for more protests continue sometimes violent in several U. S. cities in the past hour so curfews declared and more metro areas in Philadelphia Columbus Ohio Los Angeles Minneapolis Atlanta and Cincinnati Portland in Louisville in Denver among them ABC's Alex Perez in Oakland a drive by shooting killed one security officer and wounded another federal authorities now calling it a case of domestic terrorism in Detroit to a nineteen year old killed after someone an S. U. V. opened fire into a crowd or Ryan burl in Minneapolis Gerald and Samantha Chu brought dust pans and brooms to the site of a burned out bank and post office community.
"office community" Discussed on On The Line with EstÃ©e Lalonde
"And they that was the genocide in Rwanda ninety four and they are still picking up the pieces from that and the work that women for men, international have done for the women have survived is just unbelievable again, tastefully life changing for these women and they educate them. They give them opportunities to start there and businesses and they can financially support themselves and their communities and families. Wow. That must have been amazing. Yeah. So what happened when you actually got there, so you get off the plane. And then what do you do? What did you do? So we arrive really late at night. So we actually went straight to the hotel, which is always a bit weird. When you arrive somewhere at night when nothing's going on you can't really see anything so went to bed feeling bit uneasy because I didn't know where I was like I am so excited. Like get out there and get stuck into and like see the, the doing that riding at night is like let's just get some sleep in a few. Oh. Say we wake up Braxton eilly drove a long way out into the countryside and visited office community that up benefiting from one of these programs that women women international have provided for them. And so we met the people that were enrolled on the program, the women, and so, great to meet them on believable. Welcome that singing dancing, like the most incredible colors clay is unbelievable..
"office community" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Mostly sunny in New York City with clouds building in time for the rain coming in tonight. Good morning. I'm Wayne Ken Palmer inane time for our morning Joe on the opening bell report. And here's Joe Connolly at this time of year. The business news is usually about the malls. Yes. Still customer traffic to malls. And shopping centers. This holiday season is four percent higher than last year. According to the shopping centers association a woman in her thirties at the shops at Columbus circle. Said I like this idea of having a lot of different shops all in one place. Bridget Jones of retail next says younger shoppers who've grown up with internet connections. Love physical spaces the best malls are doing better, or at least keeping up with the changes. One retail expert says about twenty percent of malls in this country are doing well don't have any real major problem there. As a big middle group that are struggling to do better. And some more malls will close some malls in that large middle group are even now bringing in co working sites like we work and non retail businesses. It'll bring people in to shop at the remaining stores, sometimes it'll be a two level mall. Upstairs will be officers. The stores will be downstairs. This is worked pretty well at the mall down in voorhees in southern New Jersey. Many malls have bringing in medical offices community colleges motor vehicles departments many abroad in restaurants. Now, some are starting to bring in higher quality restaurants to the mall kind of like down in Florida in some places some are bringing in bowling alleys candle pin, I'll be there. So the malls hurt downtown's. Now, the malls are trying to become more like a downtown, and some downtowns are benefiting because downtown is now a.
"office community" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The country. They have a lot of training, but it's not being followed. Or understood the officers it seems here at the podium in action office community activists have mapped out every police shooting in Phoenix you see dates and faces of those who were shot. Good good because we should know what happens in every single case. And let me just point this out the woman who's behind the petition her name is Joanna Scott woods, and she is a family friend of a man who was killed by police in two thousand fourteen. Remember the case of remain Brisbane. He was killed during a police incident. All that's right. He wouldn't listen to the police. Oh, that's right. He ran away from the police. Oh, that's right. He was screwing around getting something out of his pocket, which turned out to be a bottle of pills. Right. And you know, if you're pulled over, and you don't wanna listen to police, and you wanna run, you know, what you might end up dead might end up injured remain Brisbane. Hey, listen. I wish the guy didn't I either. I wish he didn't run. I wish he'd just actually listen to the police because guess what he'd be here. If that was the case. So to miss woods. I would say I understand you're you're a family friend of a man who was killed by the police, but the man that was killed by the police he did all almost everything wrong that he could have done wrong. The officer involved said he told them to keep his hands in his pocket and the officer tried to feel what was in his pocket, and he said it felt like the handle of a gun. And that's when Romain drew his weapon, or I'm sorry, drew his hand out of his pocket. And the officer was like, hey, it's it's him or me this after all the chasing. Right fighting. Absolutely, okay. And what what bothers me is the guy was convicted of aggravated DUI, and he was in prison for a period of time. I I don't mind transparency I like transparency, but I don't what what I don't wanna see is a civilian review board. How how do you review something that you've never done? Now. I know what you're going to say. Well, you talk about politics all the time. You're not politicians. It's it's different. It's different. I'm a voter. I can have an opinion about being a politician or about politics or politicians, but I just don't want any Tom dick or Harry to give a review board the power to discipline a cop when you've never walked in their shoes, and I'm willing and able to say, I would support cops. I don't support a civilian review board that then would want what? Because that's that's the bottom line. What do they wanna do? Do. They want to strip the cops of the ability to keep the community safe because of that. That's the case. I don't want that at all. Plea Phoenix law enforcement association can crank it don't have a clue about what I do have never walked a mile in my shoes. And don't know what. His wife's a stared down the barrel of a gun or have so charge you with a knife and have to make split-second decision. I want somebody sitting in judgment of me that understands my profession my career field, and they're not basing the reality off of TV. We talked about this with sports to the body, cams and the reviews. When when is a catch a catch? I mean, you can slow stuff down and look at stuff from so many different angles. You actually forget what what exactly is going on. And that split second decision making what happened with a cop? An and the suspect was a split-second decision. But you can slow it down where it seems like, wow, he should have had the time to do whatever. I don't wanna see that at all. That's unfair. When you slow it down, right? You know, it's very different in real time versus you slow it down frame by frame and dissect it, I there's a city council meeting and the city council voted to give cops the Phoenix PD more money to repair their weapons today today. And there was like this this huge eruption and people's hanging signs say Phoenix police have too much power. What is it people and the Phoenix PD this year? And if you have one of those signs, make sure you don't call the police if something bad happens. No, don't do that will call nine one one the police here are not Chicago. Now, they're not Baltimore. Are you kidding? Yeah. I, you know, I think the Phoenix PD has a couple of civilians on a board. You know, there are other cities around there's about one hundred cities that had citizen review board power, right, right? Because again, you don't want them to have so much power that they're able to strip or stripped down the police department. That would be insane. Yeah. All right. Coming up next. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer MAC and Gaydos, political insider her memories of George Herbert Walker. Bush was laid to rest today. That's next..
"office community" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"We actually have a new genetic analysis sponsor helix genetic profiles of twelve million people according to recent industry. Estimates have been created by these companies. And now there is some significant issue that no one's DNA is anonymous anymore. Even though these databases are anonymous something to seriously a worry about here, researchers chosen anonymous female subject from the one thousand genomes project, which is an open access sequencing project. They reformatted editor DNA to resemble a typical consumer genetic profile uploaded it to GED match. You may remember the name GD GED match. That was used to arrest sub a guy on a cold rape case. I'm prosecute him and I think put them in jail because of DNA match to relatives popped up when North Dakota, one in Wyoming, the match suggested they were distantly related for to six generations back. An hour of public record combing later. The team had found the husband and wife, so Yikes. I, I don't know what to say. I remember when Esther Dyson put her a genome there was there's something called the personal genome project. I tried to get into it and one of the things that personal genome project, I think it's out of a Harvard does not attempt to anonymous is the data because they say specifically, it's going to be impossible, but they need. But this genomic data is so valuable to medicine into researchers. They asked volunteers to step forward and say, look, here's my genome, here's all my ala type information on my phenotype information. You know, all my l. my illnesses, all my medical history and its public under my name because it needs this information is so valuable to science. And at this point, I guess we're maybe all participating in that I tried to get in. They. Wouldn't let me, but I thought this was worthwhile on. You know, the fact that my information would be public to me did not seem to be sufficient harm. Why wouldn't they leave it? I don't know. I mean, I applied didn't say didn't say no, not do they just never. They never do. Harvard has been declined. Yeah. Well, that wouldn't be the first time. It's the second time and I'm Harvard, you broke my heart twice. Hey, let's let's wrap this thing up. 'cause I know everybody wants to go to dinner and there's probably a great TV show on as there anything Christina that I'm missing game of thrones isn't back yet. Right. I know. I know. I don't know. I've been watching a lot of stuff on Netflix, but I'm not haven't got anything new since what was the the Jillian show was on HBO summer, sharper objects. Really like that. What do you think of the ending of that though? Kind of end ended abruptly didn't it? Yeah, it did. It did, but I, it was good. If you read the it was the same ending, I guess over Llandough in IRC just point out and this is absolutely correct. The good place, the good place season three in his love that show it is what it is. It's like the spiritual successor to like the office community parks and rec. It's that show and it's really good. My husband is really, really into it, and I really love it too. So yeah, I highly recommend the good player. Muslim prime has been going crazy with new stuff. There's a new comedy. That's kind of reminds me that good place called forever that I highly recommend. And my Rudolph. Have you seen it? I watched the first couple of episodes. We gotta catch up my pretty my. My DVD player broke that had the Amazon through it, so I gotta dig out my fire stick to finish watching. It has a new episodic a show called Romanoff's, which are not Weiner, not not. We. Anthony, you don't want anything. Anthony Weiner. He's got the show on him was really good. It really. They did during the campaign for you know, I I saw saw that that. was wild..
"office community" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Skies blowing up to a high today. Of about seventy eight degrees, with partly sunny skies. Mostly clear tonight a low of sixty one degrees there complete AccuWeather five-day forecast coming up but first our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ VM a fugitive. Wanted for murder in Pennsylvania was shot dead by police in north suburban lake more yesterday WBZ. M.'s Bob Roberts reports police now know that the dead man is thirty six year old Kenneth Martell they may never know what brought him to lake more an air and ground search had been underway two hours north of. Pittsburgh from our tell who's. Attempt Monday to rob a, man just shy of his eighty ninth birthday ended in murder he then forced his mother her boyfriend and others at. Gunpoint to dispose of the body in a pond and burn, clothing, and, blankets belonging victim. Theodore Garber Martell disappeared driving the Kia spotted in lake More by an officer unaware of the Pennsylvania dragnet the officer awakened Martell who. Soon began to struggle with the officer. Who managed. To call for help one of the officers shot Martell when the case Bob Roberts News Radio on what point nine FM the city isn't moving. Fast enough when. It comes to removing. Lead from drinking water that's, according to mayoral candidate. J mall green standing outside mayor emanuel's office community activists James all green said the administration's allowing health crisis to continue despite its efforts according to the Chicago. Tribune seven out of ten homes and Chicago test for high levels of lead in the water. Eighty percent of homes are hooked up to service lines made of lead green says his plan would focus on replacing those service lines before the main lines and people who can't get replacements quickly would get water filtration system. That can cost up to. Fifteen million dollars if we, give one to each of the three hundred sixty thousand residents who currently have lead service lines we will take a. Portion of tips as well as ticket revenue to supply System see administration is making efforts to test water and, supply filters at city hall Craig Delamore NewsRadio one one zero five point nine FM new details have emerged in the shooting of. A toddler and her father Wednesday afternoon according to police the three year old was rushed? To the. Hospital by officers after being shot in the one thousand nine hundred block of west. Forty eighth street officer Luke Rosner very, fast so we just, had to make that, rash, decision of whether the taker or whether wait a little bit and no we noticed that the father wanted us to take her we notice that we need to make that decision she was. Peyot very pale and shoes ready being applied pressure so we just took. Over that pressure and transported are safely to commerce hospital the three year old girl had been shot in both legs she underwent surgery and was stabilized the Chicago fire department however tells WBZ 'em. That despite the officers good intentions and the positive outcome they should've waited for an ambulance instead of driving, the girl to the hospital themselves you can sign up for regular news update And breaking news alerts at WBZ NewsRadio dot com just click on. The sign up link in the, upper left. Corner of each page WBZ news.
"office community" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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"office community" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Chris Kreider l.. I'm Jim. Goddess I'm Lisa fielding good. Afternoon thanks for joining us today we've. Got eighty degrees of beautiful day we've got a. Beautiful couple of days coming up we'll have all the details on the AccuWeather five-day forecast coming up and don't forget your next chance to win a thousand dollars in WBZ keyword, for cash. Coming up at two twenty four our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ 'em investigators are working to determine if a man shot and killed by police in the far northwest suburbs is a suspect in, a murder this week in Pennsylvania the latest. From WBZ b. m.'s Julie ma'am police in lake more were checking on an SUV parked on a single lane. Access road this morning around five when a man inside allegedly pulled a gun on an officer, Lake County. Major crimes task force spokesman sergeant Chris cappelli says the man and the officers struggled over the gun as Another officer arrived. To assist at least one of the two lake more police officers did fire did engage the offender the offender watch shot. He was pronounced deceased. The two. Officers were, unharmed surgeon cappelli says investigators have been in contact with police in. Pennsylvania to see. If there's. A connection between the suspect. In the SUV and the murder of. An eighty eight year old man earlier in the. Week Julia Mann NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM a cubs fan was injured in the bleachers on Tuesday night but it could have been a whole lot worse if, not for. His choice of headgear man was sitting in the center field bleachers went according to the cubs a metal pin that holds the score tiles in place in the manually operated scoreboard above was either dropped, or fell and hit the nineteen year old. Fan in the head he was wearing a plastic bucket on his head which apparently prevented more serious injury the. Man was taken to Illinois masonic and had to have a cut in his head closed with, five Staples. According to team, spokesman Julian green green says nothing like this has happened Before Mike. Crausser NewsRadio on one. Point nine FM activist. And mayoral candidate Jamal green says. The city is moving far too slowly to remove the hazard of lead from the city's drinking water standing outside mayor emanuel's office community activists all green said the administration's allowing a health crisis to continue despite, its efforts according to the Chicago. Tribune seven, out of ten homes in Chicago test for high levels of lead in, the water eighty percent of homes are hooked up. To service lines made of leg green says his plan would focus on replacing those service lines before the main, lines and people who can't get replacements quickly would get water filtration system can cost up to fifteen million dollars if we give one to each of the. Three hundred sixty, thousand residents who currently have lead service lines we, will take a portion of tips. As well as ticket revenue to supply these system the administration is making efforts to test water and supply filters. At city hall Craig. Delamore NewsRadio one one, zero five point nine FM CBS, news time.
"office community" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"This morning a very good morning to you is now nine three along with mike rogers i'm aguirre scott is off this morning people in one southeast dallas neighborhood of woke up to gunfire as a police officer shot and killed a suspected carseat carolis allen skied joins us live from there with more allen yeah police say someone had stolen a car about four forty five this morning they say that person hit another car the homeowner came outside the suspect pulled a gun and fired at the homeowner the homeowner wasn't hit and police got a call about an active shooter they started chasing the suspect he drove few miles and hit a dead end in this neighborhood near bruton road in prairie creek road in pleasant grove area he drove into a creek police say he got out of the car pointed a gun at the officers and officer fired killing the suspect people who live around here they've been sitting on their porches to watch the action this morning one woman says her daughter woke her up when she started hearing what was happening outside she saw a bunch of police cars go down into the circle haven cove and then she heard gunshots a of police are still here they're looking at dash cam video and body camera footage you've still got crime scene tape up and the entrance to the road where he drove into the creek is blocked off live and pleasant grove alan sky newsradio eighty krld thank you allen it's nine oh four now north texas man arrested accused of beating his wife with a hammer officers responding to a domestic disturbance found the victim at a neighbor's house covered in blood brian west told officers the couple was arguing about his son living with them while on parole west admitted to bashing his wife in the head with a hammer a half dozen times she is recovering west is in jail his bail set at fifty thousand dollars on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon cameron fairchild newsradio ten eighty krld said the dallas mavericks say they are now going to form a diversity council to quote at the standards for inclusion in diversity in the nba the mavs were hit hard with accusations of sexual harassment in the front office a couple of accusations chief executive says the council will let the team here perspectives and gain insights from the community former dallas police chief david brown and the head of the mavs office community relations they're going to lead this council it will include season ticket holders and community leaders that council plans to start meeting in september is a gun range in south west tarrant county that's drawing a lot of customers bad a lot of complaints from neighbours trl these kurt lewis has the story defender outdoors klay sports ranch using an unincorporated part of tarrant county but some homeowners in.
"office community" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Area hospital a former nfl player who attended high school instill maher's been arrested for allegedly threatening a former girlfriend thirtythreeyearold brandon brower is facing several felony charges including kidnapping grand theft and violation of a restraining order liver police say browner broke into a home sunday morning and physically harmed a woman inside he also allegedly threatened to kill her please say he stole a rolex watch and then left the scene authorities later caught up with him on the to ten in a zoo sam browner has been in trouble before earlier this year he pleaded contest a misdemeanor charge of battery and cruelty to a child he was also arrested for possession of cocaine in two thousand seventeen heather jordan kane extend seventy newsradio racist xenophobic bigoted those are just some of the words used to describe the social media post of a san bernardino county prosecutor who is now under investigation one of the post the prosecutor allegedly questioned why congresswoman maxine waters has not been shot in another deputy da michael selyem claimed the victim of a police shooting dot what he deserved a third post targeted mexican immigrants the district attorney has to investigate these postings and engage in some kind of procedural response to this trillion levin director of the center for study of hate and extremism cal state san bernardino says the comments have no place in society let alone a prosecutor's office community has to be assured that the people who are enforcing the law without animus and bias he says the post could impact future legal proceedings because defense attorneys would use them against selyem and he says the needs to quickly decide how to handle.
"office community" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"To those people the the doesn't recreate the disparities are two ways to do it one if a violent crime happens you have to have the relationships in the community to have people come forth to give you that information because a lot of times people who perpetrate those types of violent crimes will not do it just to wants to do it to three or four times as rest in the right people we can do that by taking some of the people stays turn his office community liaisons we can dispatch them to the families of all victims who've been murdered the state's attorney's offices amelie make contact with all murder victims families because in the streets families and people they hear something they will hear anything the other thing that we have to do is really understand the people that were targeting and i see a lot of time people don't have that understand we can't just lock up everybody so the people that are coming across we know who they are the people who are committed the crimes we know who they are a lot of times retaliation the retaliation is different once people are hurt remember her people wanna hurt people k in the other things about bail so you know like i know in dc garum cash bail in like ninety one and when cash bail is gone they sort of three things i replaced it either your released on your cognitive since you are you dislike remanded with you just can't get out or there's some sort of community super there's some sort of supervision and i think what you were talking about is in baltimore when the courts would have seemed to in cash bail that they're actually more people who are being detained and not being allowed to to leave that is what you're talking about now my question they said that makes sense to me is like a critique of the way baltimore implemented which is not the way that some places have implemented would you be against cash bail if there was a thing that replaced it the head like risk assessments and things like that that actually didn't recreate those deserters because i heard you talk warmly might not be the right word but that's the only way that comes to mind about the bill bondsman and you like i know that the conditions that.
"office community" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"No chris great point thank you so much for the call okay yeah and i think kathy he points out a good thing now chris somebody who you know i i joke because i talk about being in judas juno as nirvana if you go down their gavel to gavel is on in every single office community staffers with headphones in their computers watching all these meetings but chris watches gaveltogavel daily i think and he keeps a good eye on what's going on but he's right and even the general public season listen they're stacking the deck yeah i mean that's what's happening right and i mean you can guess i mean i you could speculate what the outcome is going to be just based on the personalities that are sitting there and their ideals that we already know what they are i have to tell you in this is i've looked at this many ways from sunday and i figured you know i don't wanna see i believe in the current structure of the permanent fund as it is in the formulation of the calculation for the pf know and i know you and i have had this conversation it's been working why break it right right right and so when i see this and if they actually force this through i think you're gonna you're gonna see hell to pay at the ballot box this year and i think some of these house members or are going to be replaced and senate members frankly mom say you know elections have consequences and and the and so two votes on the move that you make if you're not representing your constituency or the people that you are suppose that you us venture to represent you i'm you need to eastern be tone deaf to what they're saying to ask you a personal question kathy you know as i watch you you have not deviated from your values in what you said you would do since elected and i watched closely because you're my rap i always want to know what's going on but i always think we want you to yeah i've always trusted you because i know.
"office community" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"Twenty one plenty of loser 21 be you know public safety demands and then the mental health guidelines that each state have got to be explicitly passed by the legislators the sheriff of broward county israel is his name okay so look we need the power when we get a report of a guy or gallows acting very strangely to go in an interview that person so we can ascertain if the person's a danger to the neighborhood all right those laws have to be very very wells fell down because if you go if you go back to all of the shootings every one of its always strange kid young person trouble everybody knew he was troubled will the cops have got to be aware of that susan a fascist state is you've got a common sense in the states have gotta define it let's see if i left anything out here um i think that's reasonable i think that what what i put forth today and what i've told you you know why the kid get it didn't have anybody all right to school throw him out he was expelled now many friends than any parents than anybody looking to out form hideous snapped an area begun i'm going to go out and i'm going to take a lot of people with me reagan dr daniel aboa over a he is a mental illness and addiction specialist forensic psychiatrist is well member of the broward sheriff's office community response team which is why he was on these crime scene yesterday very impressive resume.
"office community" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"Three in dr daniel aboa over a he is a mental illness and addiction specialist for insect psychiatrists as well member of the broward sheriff's office community response team which is why he was on the crime scene yesterday very impressive resume all right if i have i done anything false in your opinion or or irresponsible in my analysis of this situation doctor is going to make a few comments number one i just wanna say thank you to the men and women of the broward sheriff's office if done a tremendous job they're just real heroes in their heroes every day uh number two i want to say that i think that was a really detailed and thorough analysis i actually having heard anything that detailed on any of the other networks so i think that was really really done well thank you um point one m i do think that we should raise the gun age because as you said various stupidly the brain doesn't really finish matt maturing until about aged twenty five and we know that the port the last part of the brain to develop is something called the prefrontal cortex which is responsible for things like controlling your impulses and decisionmaking and so i think an older gun age would be something that would certainly benefit society but what i don't agree with is having a watch list because here's the reason bill i think you're going to get a lot of false positives you know there are so many kids out there who are disillusioned who feel marginalized who are posting negative propaganda on social media but aren't going to be killing seventeen people at school.
"office community" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Put it on watching episode to at the end of the day is a lot of fun it's really funny i wouldn't say it's quite as good as american vandal but i really loved it all right let's to answer some males you as i said before you can write to us a tv avalanche lobbed rocks dot com or tweet us with the hashtag tv avalanche first up luke scottish thumper i like this one what would you like me to read the male here since you had not i read this 'cause i want to hear your answer first to this one maybe you can read aiken one all right hit me what is your all time nbc thursday night lineup basically you can pick your favorite fleur comedies and one hour drama from that night well i mean the the ten o'clock show would obviously be the jay leno show brian leap the brief experiment for i am with now this this is like impossible because i went through and i pulled up the mustn't be peterlik pedia and i will say that the three comedies that i know are in mine are cheers parks and rec at thirty and then after that you runs on the list you've got seinfeld nyquist family ties friends the office community you got the cosby show which i don't think i am able to include because i don't the glycated separate what the show is from what's happened since but definitely cheers parts of thirty rock and then.
"office community" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Supporters of abu jamal deletions this new political prisoner are demanding release of documents related to the conduct of a former prosecutor and judge who was instrumental in getting moumia sentenced to death in 1982 in the killing of philadelphia cop that sentence was later reduced to life in prison black agenda radio producer cayo fraser spoke with gwendolyn do bro an activist with the campaign to bring munia home we are heading and crack cop wreck pat hair may area and right now and credit and had often hey man thing that they remain all the document and mommy's came the judge ordered gradually artoc up from the common clean court in philadelphia instructed that demands office communities all documents pertaining to ronald could feel involvement in the prosecution of mumia abujamal and his accent to a tagging a death sentence in that case the reason why we're having the press conference will also going to be going to the different media outlet there as well just expanded bid on why it is that the organizations a working to free media has decided on this rally what are the concerns with respect to the da's office and their releasing the files wa apart at have mediocre barron and that pain which is currently embroiled in a proiraq and candor within leaning pnv william uh might in a corruption scandal and hoi hearing his hearing gonna be in general where concerned out primary concern is that they're going to ignore the court order but jack tucker.