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Democrats' legislation would overhaul police accountability

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Democrats' legislation would overhaul police accountability

"The house weekend and Senate saw Democrats more protests plan to rollout continue sweeping against police legislation violence today and to racial overhaul injustice police accountability but they look in response different to than the in deaths past of black days Americans after at the days hands of of law violence enforcement the protests were Florida overwhelmingly congresswoman peaceful Val Demings several who is Orlando's police departments police appear chief to says back the off nation's aggressive been fighting tactics systemic like the NYPD racism for four were most hundred officers years ditched we know that their it riot has found helmets its are reared here its ugly in Washington head president and trump law enforcement tweeted yesterday he's ordering agencies National telling Guard ABC's troops to pull this week out they need with to leaders change hoping the a unrest draft outline is over obtained they by the worry AP about shows what comes the Democrats next bill would not make it violence easier to prosecute but the virus officers involved I would in act misconduct as if you were and exposed banned them from using New York chokeholds governor Andrew among Cuomo other things joining calls it's unclear from Seattle if law to Atlanta enforcement for police demonstrators unions or to get Republicans tested for will Corbett back the nineteen changes Mitt Sager Romney make March ani yesterday Washington in a black lives matter protest here in Washington making him the first GOP senator known to take part in a protest against racial injustice in the nation's capital Sager met Ghani Washington

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Democrats' legislation would overhaul police accountability

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Democrats' legislation would overhaul police accountability

"The house weekend and Senate saw Democrats more protests plan to rollout continue sweeping against police legislation violence today and to racial overhaul injustice police accountability but they look in response different to than the in deaths past of black days Americans after at the days hands of of law violence enforcement the protests were Florida overwhelmingly congresswoman peaceful Val Demings several who is Orlando's police departments police appear chief to says back the off nation's aggressive been fighting tactics systemic like the NYPD racism for four were most hundred officers years ditched we know that their it riot has found helmets its are reared here its ugly in Washington head president and trump law enforcement tweeted yesterday he's ordering agencies National telling Guard ABC's troops to pull this week out they need with to leaders change hoping the a unrest draft outline is over obtained they by the worry AP about shows what comes the Democrats next bill would not make it violence easier to prosecute but the virus officers involved I would in act misconduct as if you were and exposed banned them from using New York chokeholds governor Andrew among Cuomo other things joining calls it's unclear from Seattle if law to Atlanta enforcement for police demonstrators unions or to get Republicans tested for will Corbett back the nineteen changes Mitt Sager Romney make March ani yesterday Washington in a black lives matter protest here in Washington making him the first GOP senator known to take part in a protest against racial injustice in the nation's capital Sager met Ghani Washington

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Orlando Congresswoman Val Demings to serve as impeachment manager during Senate trial

Orlando's News at Noon

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Orlando Congresswoman Val Demings to serve as impeachment manager during Senate trial

"Hogan we've been telling you that central Florida congresswoman Val Deming's is one of the impeachment managers congresswoman Val Deming's was the first female to ever had the Orlando police department yesterday house speaker Nancy Pelosi named her as one of seven impeachment managers will present the case against president trump in the U. S. Senate Deming's reminded colleagues about our law enforcement background during last month's impeachment proceedings in the house I've taken for old in my lifetime to as a law enforcement officer into now as a member of Congress but each old stayed at that I will protect the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic Deming serves on two committees have played crucial roles in the house impeachment proceedings the judiciary and intelligence re computer news ninety six point five W.

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Disappearance of Jennifer Kesse

True Crime Garage

09:59 min | 10 months ago

Disappearance of Jennifer Kesse

"Picking up where we left off captain we are discussing some of the possible suspects or at the very least people that we think should be looked at in this case we we now need to take an in depth. Look at two men whom Jen worked with many people believe that one of these men not both is likely responsible for Jen's ends abduction. There is a lot in this case that points to Jennifer being abducted by somebody who knew her knew where she lived her routines whom she might have have trusted and possibly let her guard down with. Perhaps this person confronted her over her recent trip with her boyfriend and an argument ensued. Dude the story about the two co workers at Jen's workplace makes them suspects in the eyes of many followers of this case. The Orlando Police Least Department did not prioritize Jen's workplace in their investigation. Probably because she never made it into work that day the crime happened elsewhere. Swear we said that in the week after Jen's disappearance the Orlando Police Department conducted interviews with some colleagues of Jennifer's and took her computer. But really that's about it. The building she worked in had over three thousand employees Orlando. PD did not speak with every every or actually very many of them at all and there are two in particular who are Internet favorites for being her abductor. These men and were not interviewed in-depth until three years after Jennifer vanished drew. CASSIE has long told a story that may have helped spark public interest in a Co.. Oh worker of Jennifer's as a possible person of interest. He enjoys maintain that a manager in JEN's office. We're going to call. Oh Him John. He was her peer not her superior but he was very interested in Jennifer and repeatedly pestered her about going out with him. Jennifer did not date colleagues and this manager was married. Drew enjoys suggested Jennifer that she handle it by having lunch with the manager in the building's cafeteria and letting him know firmly that she did not date in the workplace drew says that as far as he knows. Jennifer did do this then after her abduction at a public event the Kassy's conducted publicizing Jennifer's case. This manager approached the Kassy's en- gave them a secret Santa Ornament Jennifer cap on her desk. Now if that were all there is is to it. Then the manager would likely get a side I from the public but he might not be a person of interest but there is much much more to this story. Oy In two thousand ten. Another Co worker of Jennifer's who is known in online forums as the pseudonym Adam Frank although although that is not his real name filed a harassment suit at cf I west gate resorts against the manager. Who We said had a crush rush on Jan rain? The manager was Adams Superior at work this lawsuit alleged that the manager was known to have a relationship with Jennifer Kesse and to have made comments deemed threatening since Jennifer went missing these included comments. That Jennifer was likely eaten up by alligators by now which he said to more than one person. It also alleged that the manager was late for work on the morning of the twenty fourth of January. Two thousand six the day that Jennifer went missing according to this complaint. The manager made disparaging comments about about Jennifer's boyfriend and he was obsessed with her Adam. Frank claimed that the manager and Jennifer had a confrontation about her trip. With Ron Ron on that Monday morning after Jennifer got back from Saint Croix within days of Adam. Filing this Rasmus suit. He was fired from West Gate. Now it is is not known whether the manager was actually late for work that day as alleged by Adam managers were not required to keep time cards but in the wake of of Adam suit and dismissal from the company a source told on concluded that it was Adam not the manager who was obsessed with Jennifer. He had sent her an email telling her she looked nice and he was creepy Stalker Ish by these accounts. It seemed that this Adam Adam Frank Guy may very well have made up the whole thing about the manager to cast suspicion on this manager on John Rather than himself right. The upshot is and we don't know but a private investigator who worked for the Kassy's views this manager as the the prime suspect and says that he has not been cleared by Orlando PD. Which one the manager? John John this this manager John was the boss us of this other employees. Who later filed the complaint Adam? Yeah thank you it is. It is difficult to follow because you really have one man saying. Look look at the manager. He said some weird stuff he might be guilty of this one. He's also saying that he also came in late that day and we have no evidence of Jennifer talking bad about this Adam before she went missing but we have evidence of her talking to her parents about this John Character. That is correct. The weird thing though is we have other sources that say that it was Adam who was late for work on the twenty-fourth and not the manager The private investigator also states. That Adam Frank again. A fake name passed a polygraph and she was able to corroborate his statements. Somehow the manager knew about Adams complimentary email to Jennifer indicating that he was monitoring her emails emails again. Another thing we just do not have answers to but it looks interesting. And I'm going to point this out here captain i. I firmly believe in reviewing this case that the individual or individuals responsible for her disappearance. They had some knowledge judge so it whether it be extensive knowledge about Jennifer Cassie or even just some general vague knowledge but they had some knowledge about this young young woman and her activities. One man that we have not yet addressed and now many feel could possibly be linked to what happened happen to Jennifer because of similarities between Jennifer's disappearance and one that he is believed to be responsible for this is two two thousand and nine a young woman named Tracy. A Cossio left a lar- in Metro. West neighborhood of Orlando with a man named James Hat. Away away the bar was called the taproom and Jennifer Cassie and her friends had been to this bar at least on one occasion which was in Jen's old neighborhood. Tracy Cossio was never seen again after this at that bar at the taproom with this man and her case is is still unsolved her. Chevy Cobalt Tracy's car was found in Cohee just blocks away from the home of the man. She left the bar with James Hat away away. Jennifer Kesse worked in Cohee hat away is now serving life in state prison in Florida convicted of an attack on another young woman. Rachel Rachel Clark whom he tried to strangle to death in her car after she gave him a ride. He was known to Brag about how he liked to strangle his victims and break their necks. Had Always ex-girlfriends told detectives. He had a morbid obsession and vampires cannibalism encierro murders. The Orlando Police Department has looked at James Halloway and Jennifer Kesse case but the fact it is there just is no real evidence to make a connection for one thing. Both Rachel and Tracy were voluntarily in hathaway's presence whereas it is very unlikely that this would ever have been the case Jennifer Cassie. It is theoretically possible that had away saw all Jennifer cassie somewhere and decided to attack her. That is possible but again it doesn't seem to be that there's any anything of evidentiary value to connect him to her missing persons case. Yeah doesn't seem like there's much of a link at all. I mean definitely similar cases but no link yet and it's it's interesting that one of his possible victims. It sounds to me has never been found as well. I think that is. There are several problems with Jennifer Kesse case. And when I say problems I mean. They're they're mysteries. These little mysteries that are inside the big mystery and one of them is not only. When did this abduction take place? And where. But also why is she never been found Bryant. There was not that big of a window a to get rid of her or conceal her and we went through a lot of the searches that were conducted. They had some hits and some leads along the way but she's never been found and that's another thing that is cadaver dogs hit on her car. Rei either right. And that's the that's the other thing that is still so troubling and hurtful to her family to this day

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How Young Is Too Young to Face Arrest?

BrainStuff

05:29 min | 1 year ago

How Young Is Too Young to Face Arrest?

"Criminals come in in all shapes and sizes though it may strain definition that we can count a six-year-old throwing a temper tantrum in an elementary school among them yet welcome to America in late. September two thousand nineteen a Florida cop arrested to grade schoolers slapped a pair of handcuffs on at least one of them and sent them off to be booked fingerprinted and have their mugshots taken taken both children again six year olds who misbehaved at school were charged with misdemeanor battery a bad day for Harried police officer well yeah maybe a bad day for schools and the juvenile justice system absolutely we spoke with Marsha Levick the chief legal officer for the Juvenile Law all center which bills itself as the country's first nonprofit public interest law firm for children she said does it get more ridiculous. It's absurd. It's it's a ridiculous abusive law enforcement power authority but it's also really unnecessary but all too common abdication on the part of schools and school districts teachers just defer their management of school misconduct to police the pure legality of charging a juvenile as young as six with crime varies across the United States to be clear a juvenile in forty five states plus the district of Columbia is anyone younger than seventeen in Georgia Michigan Missouri Texas and Wisconsin. It's anyone anyone younger than sixteen juvenile offender normally doesn't move through the criminal courts but through the juvenile justice system which has guided according to the office of Juvenile Justice some delinquency prevention quote by the concept of rehabilitation through individualized justice for more serious offenses though juveniles may be tried in criminal court wear if found guilty the court focuses on punishment not rehab of fifty one jurisdictions. That's the fifty states plus the District of Columbia thirty. The three have no lower level limit on holding a young person criminally accountable that excess that includes Florida in effect that means that an overzealous cop legally Wrigley can arrest even an unruly two year old of those eighteen other jurisdictions most put the lower level that a kid can be charged with a crime at ten years years old in those locations six-year-old like the two in Florida simply could not be arrested or charged with a crime levick said obviously it begs eggs the question how can that be. How can we possibly have created juvenile court system that allows for the possibility that six and seven year olds can be arrested. I think they never envisioned and six or seven year old would be hauled into court. I think that's a fair assumption. That's not who designed the system for so what happened in Florida a police Lisa Officer with Orlando's reserve unit arrested the two six year olds on separate misdemeanor battery charges on September nineteenth of two thousand nineteen one was a girl who lashed out in a Tantrum Trim that was brought on by a sleep disorder. The girl's family told The New York Times on Monday September twenty third the Orlando Police Department fired the officer who made the arrests for not following in protocol that required he'd get approval from his supervisor to arrest any minor younger than age twelve. No charges were filed against the two children. Cops in schools rules of course are not new. Florida is one of many states that has bumped up. Its police presence in schools over the years. The Florida legislature mandated it after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman when Douglas high school in Parkland claimed seventeen lives in February of two thousand eighteen the buildup of police in schools understandable in some ways. It's been more in twenty years since two students killed thirteen people and injured twenty one others at Columbine High School in Littleton Colorado since columbine up until April of this year America it has been through two hundred and thirty eight other school shootings according to a year long investigation by the Washington Post this increased show of force though does come with problems plums for one as the Orlando Sentinel points out citing report by the Education Week Resource Center black students are arrested at school at disproportionately high hi rate at least one of the children arrested in Orlando was black and as the recent news out of Orlando Shows Police School kids even elementary school kids just sometimes sometimes don't mix levick said we know where this is coming from. This fear of what happens when a child acts out in school. There's going to be some catastrophic consequence I am I need from Columbine for twenty years. We've been overreacting. I'm not aiming to trivialize schools being so quick. Call Law enforcement there obviously many situations nations in which that's appropriate but this is one that defies common sense most would agree that slapping cuffs on first graders probably is crossing the line zero-tolerance. Your tolerance certainly has its costs eleven said initially the thought was that there would be some rationality some reasonableness injected into the school environment would curb those extreme and absurd responses but it may be that trusting in waiting for commonsense to kick in isn't going to work it may be that it does require a legislative response. It's some movements across the nation aim to raise the minimum age that a child can be charged with a crime to twelve years old in some of those thirty three jurisdictions actions where no minimum ages set their calls to set something until then though school police officers may have to lean on something much less complicated than legislative action should when faced with a prepubescent troublemaker a deep breath. Maybe a countdown from ten and a little common sense.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues a police officer in Florida is facing suspension after arresting too young six year old children as the Orlando Police Department investigates the incidents. It's which raised fresh questions about the over policing of school children in the United States as well as the arresting officers owned violent past and record of excessive force. I the mind unleashed reports Orlando Police officer Dennis Turner was on duty as a school resource officer when he arrested the children in separate incidents on misdemeanor charges charges on Thursday local news outlet. WFL Lay reported a six year old girl was charged with battery after kicking classmate at her K. Through five school a problem and her grandmother attributed to behavioral issues related to sleep apnea following her arrest the first grader was booked into a local juvenile detention center eight miles from the incident according to the child's grandmother her granddaughter was handcuffed fingerprinted and even had her mugshot taken the events surrounding the storm area fifty one team which went viral over the summer appear to have been little more than hot air and social media buzz as a a few hundred alien enthusiasts and revelers party near the secret of US military base in a largely uneventful manner yet despite the holy innocuous nature of the storm Area Fifty one phenomenon phenomenon the mind unleash reports the US government doubled down on its menacing posture this past weekend and a bizarre tweet promising deadly force toward millennials who might read the site site in a tweet Friday by the defense visual information distribution service a Pentagon public relations agency. The unit shared a photo of a B. Two Stealth bomber accompanied accompanied by the ominous caption quote the last thing millennials will see if they attempt the area fifty one raid today the message has since been deleted and the Department apartment issued a tweet the next day calling the tweet and appropriate and saying they apologize for the mistake support.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues a police officer in Florida is facing suspension after arresting too young six year old children as the Orlando Police Department investigates the incidents which raise fresh questions about the over policing of school children in the United States as well as the arresting officers own violent past and record of excessive force. The mind unleashed reports at Orlando Police officer Dennis Turner was on duty as a school resource officer when he arrested the children in separate incidents on misdemeanor charges on Thursday local news outlet. WFL Fla reported a six year old girl was charged with battery after kicking a classmate at her K. Through five school problem and her grandmother attributed to behavioral issues related to sleep apnea following her arrest the first grader was booked into a local juvenile detention center eight miles from the incident according to the child's else grandmother her granddaughter was handcuffed fingerprinted and even had her mugshot taken the events surrounding the storm area area fifty one name which went viral over the summer appear to have been little more than hot air and social media buzz as a few hundred alien enthusiasts and revelers party near the secret of US military Terry base and a largely uneventful manner yet despite the holy innocuous nature of the storm area fifty one phenomenon they mind unleash reports the US government doubled down on its posture this past weekend and a bizarre tweet promising deadly force toward millennials who might read the site in a tweet Friday by the Defense Visual Information Asian distribution service a Pentagon public relations agency the unit shared a photo of eight B two Stealth bomber accompanied by the ominous caption quote..

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"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"LS Dot News your news now continues a police officer in Florida is facing facing suspensions after arresting too young six year old children as the Orlando Police Department investigates the incidents which raise fresh questions about the over policing of school children eleven in the United States as well as the arresting officers owned violent past and record of excessive force. The mind unleashed reports at Orlando Police officer Dennis Turner Corner was on duty as a school resource officer when he arrested the children in separate incidents on misdemeanor charges on Thursday local news outlet. WFL Away reported a six year old girl was charged with battery after kicking a classmate at her K. Through five school a problem and her grandmother attributed to behavioral issues related data to sleep apnea following her arrest the first grader was booked into a local juvenile detention center eight miles from the incident according to the child's grandmother grandmother her granddaughter was handcuffed fingerprinted and even had her mugshot taken the events surrounding the storm area fifty fifty one team which went viral over the summer appear to have been little more than hot air and social media buzz as a few hundred Alien Uzis and revelers party near the secret of US military days in a largely uneventful manner yet despite the holy innocuous nature of the storm area fifty one phenomenon they might unleash reports the US government doubled down on its. It's menacing posture this past weekend and a bizarre tweet promising deadly force toward millennials who might read the site in a tweet Friday by the defense visual information distribution bution service a Pentagon public relations agency the unit shared a photo of eight B two Stealth bomber accompanied by.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues a police officer in Florida is facing suspension after after arresting two young six year old children as Orlando Police Department investigates the incidents which raised fresh questions about the over policing of school children in United States as well as the arresting officers violent past and record of excessive force. The mind unleashed reports Orlando Police officer Dennis Turner was on duty as a school resource officer when he arrested the children in separate incidents on misdemeanor charges on Thursday local news outlet. WFL A reported a six it's year old girl was charged with battery after kicking a classmate at her K. through five school a problem and her grandmother attributed to behavioral issues related to sleep apnea following her arrest. The first grader was booked into a local juvenile detention center eight miles from the incident according to the child's grandmother her granddaughter was handcuffed fingerprinted and even had her mugshot taken the event surrounding the storm area fifty one mean which went viral earl over the summer appear to have been little more than hot air and social media boss as a few hundred alien enthusiasts and revelers party near the secret of US military base in a largely uneventful uneventful manner yet despite the holy innocuous nature of the storm area fifty one phenomenon the mind unleash reports the US government doubled down on its menacing posture this past last weekend and a bizarre tweet promising deadly force toward millennials who might read the site in a tweet Friday by the defense visual information distribution service a Pentagon public relations agency. The unit shared a photo of a B. Two Stealth bomber accompanied by the ominous caption.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues a police officer in Florida is facing suspension after arresting being too young six year old children as Orlando Police Department investigates the incidence which raised fresh questions about the over policing of school children in the United States as as well as the arresting officers owned violent past and record of excessive force. The mind unleashed reports at Orlando Police officer Dennis Turner was on duty as a school resource source officer when he arrested the children in separate incidents on misdemeanor charges on Thursday local news outlet. WFL Lay reported at six year old girl girl was charged with battery after kicking classmate at her K. through five school a problem and her grandmother attributed to behavioral issues related to sleep apnea following her arrest the first grader was booked into a local juvenile detention center eight miles from the incident according to the child's grandmother her granddaughter was handcuffed upped fingerprinted and even had her mugshot taken off the events surrounding storm area fifty one name which went viral over the summer appear to have been little more than hot air and social media buzz as a few hundred alien enthusiasts and Revelers Party near the secret of US military base in a largely uneventful manner yet despite the holy oculus nature of the storm area fifty one phenomenon the mind unleash reports the US government doubled down on its menacing posture this past weekend and in a bizarre tweet promising deadly force toward millennials who might read the site in a tweet Friday by the defense visual information distribution service a Pentagon public public relations agency. The unit shared a photo of a B. Two Stealth bomber accompanied by the ominous.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Your news now continues a police officer in Florida is facing suspension after arresting too young six year old children as the Orlando Police Department investigates the incidents which raised fresh questions about the over policing of school children in the United States as well as the arresting officers violent past and record of excessive force. Yes the mind unleashed reported Orlando Police officer. Dennis Turner was on duty as a school resource officer when he arrested the children in separate incidents on misdemeanor charges ages on Thursday local news outlet. WFL A reported at six year old girl was charged with battery after kicking a classmate at her K. Through five school a problem and her grandmother attributed to behavioral issues related to sleep apnea following her arrest the first grader was booked into a local juvenile detention center eight miles from the incident according to the child's grandmother her granddaughter was handcuffed fingerprinted and even had her mugshot taken in the event surrounding the storm area fifty one name which went viral over the summer appear to have been little more than hot air and social media bus as a few few hundred alien enthusiasts and revelers party near the secret of US military base in a largely uneventful manner yet despite the holy innocuous nature of the storm area fifty one phenomenon nominee on the mind unleash reports the US government doubled down on its menacing posture this past weekend in a bizarre tweet promising deadly force toward millennials who might read the site right in a tweet Friday by the defense visual information distribution service a Pentagon public relations agency the unit shared a photo of eight B two Stealth bomber accompanied accompanied by.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"That her son possibly kick someone else and that was the reason why. he was arrested again a lot of heat on this one white two six year old taken into custody. so good afternoon everyone begin thank you for being here and I apologize for being so late but unfortunately we had the funeral unfortunately were celebrating the life of one of our officers earlier today as we had his funeral song to provide an update on the incident that happened on September the nineteenth. when nobody manager became aware of the situation corrective action was taken immediately. reserve officer Dennis Turner was immediately suspended and as of this morning officer Turner is no longer employed by the Orlando police department. I understand how concerning this is to you and completely understand why many would question this incident. as the chief of police one of the top priorities is for turn and priest and protect the trust between the community and its officers. because of this incident the trust has been put in question. on behalf of myself and the entire Orlando police department I apologize to the children involved and their families. as a grandfather of three children less than eleven years old I can only imagine how dramatic this was for everyone involved. additionally I have taken steps to ensure that this does not occur in the future. on Friday the members of the Orlando police department received a special noticed reminding them of our policy to strictly prohibits the arrest of a child under twelve years of age all less they receive approval from a manager. moving forward I will personally deliver this message to our officers. because the Florida state statute many of the details related to these cases cannot be released as it involves a child. however I do want to clarify some is misinformation that we provided previously the ages of the children involved are both six years old not six and eight. with that I'll take some questions. fire on. what are we fired them. why did I not so initially were trying to obviously give the officer at least the benefit of us review in the paper work the statements from everything that transpired here it was clear today when I came into work basically there is no other.

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Deputy sheriff, 11 others killed in California bar shooting

Orlando's Morning News

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Deputy sheriff, 11 others killed in California bar shooting

"And I'm recap the Orlando police department faced a lot of criticism criticism following the pulse nightclub tragedy for not moving and quicker and taken down the shooter, Omar Mateen in this latest shooting in Thousand Oaks, California Highway Patrol officer. And Ventura County deputy were the first to arrive only minutes after the first calls came in about shots fired. Here's sheriff Jeff dean. Officers know when you get to a scene, and there's two of you or even just one of you and the shooting going on you go in and that's a change what it used to be that deputy was shot and died from his injuries the shooter did as well. Although we don't know how now we'll certainly learn more in coming hours and days about what unfolded, and if things could have been worse now, we continue our team coverage. It was college country night at the borderline bar and grill in California last night. We're getting some reaction now from Kennedy twos. OB and Ashley. The morning show duo often make appearances Cowboys Orlando nightclub similar to the borderline bar that was just attacked another one like how many people do we have in this world that want to take others out when you think about local spots in Orlando, or regardless of where you live if you've ever attended one of these events. I'm just those people that are there to have a good time shootings at the country music festival in Las Vegas, and a pulse have prompted bars across Orlando to step up security scenarios like this shouldn't hold anybody back from trying to enjoy themselves in China. Have a good time is tweeting their condolences this morning, saying the entire Orlando community stands with the victims

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"orlando police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"You do, in real time there's A store that Amazon setup it was an experimental grocery store where you got a car in, you were registered through Amazon so they could just. Charge a credit card with whatever you were going to buy there was, no cashier to take your order there was no scanning of. The items whatever you put into your car it was automatically logged. Into your digital car in when you, walked out of the. Store it just charged your credit card for whatever you. Walked out with and you're wondering how do they know, what's in the cart well there's cameras all over the store if you look up and said. Of seen ceiling tiles, is just cameras pointing down at every location in their tracking Neil you have to keep your GPS and stuff like that. On your phone and when you put something into your car to cameras see. You do that knows the item you put in it knows. The price in automatically logs it into your car and. Then when you walk out and leave the building and just. Knows what to charge you there was some other little safety features built in there are some discrepancies. Of if you actually grabbed an item or not you can go back and the whole nice, thing About this was you can just say I didn't grab that item. And then they've just give you a refund there was no customer service. There was nothing it was just done all digitally these, cameras became pretty popular in Amazon wanted to expand that. Technology in walks Orlando Florida the city of Orlando in the. Orlando police department released a joint statement today announcing that the city would continue testing Amazon's deep, learning facial recognition technology which has the power to. Identify every face in a crowd it's not just used to track your, purchases it's not just used as a way to Monitor your preferences for advertising things like. That it is also being. Used as a. Tool for police to identify people. In the crowns and that to me. Is very concerning so last month ACLU, sent, a, letter to Orlando lawmakers claiming that the city started testing the program without inviting a public debate obtaining local legislative authorization or adopting rules to prevent harm, to Orlando community members and demanded that immediately stopped using this. Orlando did stop using it's a program called..

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Pulse nightclub shooting survivors sue Orlando, its police

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Pulse nightclub shooting survivors sue Orlando, its police

"Well the fbi and us attorney on nounce new charges against about two dozen supposed long island members of the ms thirteen th street gang in case of three killings of rival gang members and other acts now fifteen murder charges in this case alone after the charges were filed thursday court papers say the gang members killed one of the victims in two thousand sixteen with tree limbs and a machete before burying him in a wooded area revise diamonds part of an ongoing crackdown on the gang with roots in el salvador and latino america families and victims from the two thousand sixteen pulse nightclub shootings are now suing the city of orlando police department keenan carter is one of the survivors who suing number times that i was pronounced dead several on several occasions while at the hospital attorney sullivan radnor lawsuits being filed specifically the whole law enforcement and the city of orlando responsible for their actions and inactions took place on this people night almost two years ago also named an off duty officer working security who radnor says allowed shooter omar mateen into the club with weapons next tuesday marks the second anniversary of the shootings peter king cbs news orlando it is one forty one flow with a super weird word nightgown if you asked me it.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"When you hear these activists these student activists take your call for a ban on specifically that does that speak to you in any way do you say that's misguided or how do you think that should be focused would definitely speaks to me and i'm really inspired by the level of activism that i've seen that the problem that i have is i think that we get so laser focused on either one of two sides it's either gun control or mental health and then we nothing ever gets done so i think that we do have a problem with accessibility to these weapons but specifically i think we have a problem to accessibility to highcapacity magazines we have to bring down the number of shots that somebody can fire before reloading and i think that's exceptionally important beyond that we have to look at why this issue is occurring and we have to go all the way back to the way that were educating and socializing young men and so what i really advocate for is appointing a nonpartisan group of experts who can study this issue comprehensively and in the near term we have to bring down the the loss of life and by doing that we can eliminate highcapacity magazines and assault weapon at the federal earth at local level i believe at the federal level kim cheap meat i i wanna come to you quickly before we go to commercial break and then continue our conversation on the other side of it but at cheap i it sounds like there were just so many red flags at least twenty three calls to local authorities flags raised to the fbi in this case and parkland how hard as it to actually intervene as law enforcement i mean is this a matter of just local bureaucracy runamuck or is it a failure a dereliction of duty how do people understand us those differently failure of all the systems and bog the orlando police department many of the law enforcement agencies and central florida across the nation there are protocols in place for when we receive social media threats for when we get some of these red flags and i would tell you that you know we don't stop working until that threat is mitigated until he hit you identify the.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Commercial break and then continue our conversation on the other side of it but cheap i it sounds like there were just so many red flags at least twenty three calls to local authorities flags raised to the fbi in this case in parkland how hard as it to actually intervene as law enforcement to me is this a matter of just local bureaucracy runamuck or is it a failure a dereliction of duty how do people understand us was definitely failure of all the systems and bob the orlando police department are new law enforcement agencies in such a floor across the nation there are protocols employs four when would receive social media threats for when we get some of these red flags and i would tell you that you know we don't stop working until that for is mitigated until we it you identify the person who made a thread go talk to them talked to their parents uh and go really handson with them and in many cases either arrests or commit that person for an involuntary uh mental examination the issues some of the problems with that is even if we commit someone under the baker act for a mental evaluation uh they can you get there valuation probably will be released in less than 72 hours and still go in and able to buy a firearm so that that loophole needs to be clues because uh many of our law enforcement throughout the country have had many success stories as far as mitigating some of these threats and seeing the red flags and working it till the very end putting the person in custody or getting them evaluated and and you and then that person still being able to purchase a firearm chief we want to talk to you again on the other side of this break out along with the rest of our panels so stay with us please we'll be back in just a moment every month around fifty nine million people had to the airport in could use a ride with uber great for sarah she saving up for some travel her own today she's already dropped off her kids at school the most spend the afternoon dropping off folks at sea tac then cash out her earnings using instant pay with uber sarah can be your own boss and earn whenever she feels like it sign of with uber and stark earning visit ubercomdrivenow that's u b e rcomdrivenow.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Commercial break and then continue our conversation on the other side of it but chief i it sounds like there were just so many red flags at least twenty three calls to local authorities flags raised to the fbi in this case in parkland how hard as it to actually intervene as law enforcement to mean is this a matter of just local bureaucracy runamuck or is it a failure a dereliction of duty how do people understand us was definitely a failure of all the systems and bob the orlando police department a law enforcement agencies in central florida crossed that asian there are protocols in place for when we receive social media threats for when we get some of these red flags and i will tell you that you know we don't stop working until that phrase mitigated until he had you identify the person who made a thread go talk to them talk to their parents and go really handson with them and in many cases either arrests or commit that person uh for an involuntary uh mental examination the issues some of the problems with that is even if we commit someone under the baker act for a mental evaluation they they can you get there i wish in and probably be released in less than 72 hours and it's still go in and able to buy a firearms so that that loophole needs to be clues because many of our law enforcement throughout the country have had many success stories as far as mitigating some of these threats and seeing the red flags and working it till the very end putting the person in custody or getting them evaluated and and you're and then that person is still being able to purchase a firearm chief we want to talk to you again on the other side of this break out along with the rest of our panels so stay with.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The fbi been black that been devoured story the blues running so the police do screw up oh yeah rise me of their williams and read joke they pullman tulsa a imprints all set the tells the state fair and they go all yours the tulsa police department they're very popular for the mont that that was the job now the rear bob with oh my god where we have the my stuff i dunno where of worst most i have no idea somebody's somebody's thinking you that's not how i feel like they have done anyway arrigo now we can do it way williams rig get on stage in the here's the tulsa police department there very popular for this all there oh wow yeah it really hurt didn't go over with the orlando police department so pulling screw up and we need to hold them accountable and that's all and see people with the whole black lives matter their assumption is that if you get shot by police when you're black that obviously the police marrone my assumption is is that not every case is one way or the other that we look at them all individually we do an investigation now there have been cases where black folks have been shot there were completely unarmed and i'm going what the heck are they doing but i don't think it's racially motivated because as we've demonstrated you time and time again farmer white folks who shot the black folks and you know they said well that's the beauty of his in the in the proportion of black folks in the in the.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on WWL

"A traffic violation but when you stop at car and you see drugs and guidance or find a war for that individual you are rational having you remove those kanji were logos drugs from the community but because of the manpower crisis the orlando police department has it been able to do that because they put era limited manpower inder responding poor priority calls which are people claiming that they've been victims of crime so you have to have a balance and part of the balances doing traffic enforcement and drug enforcement venue to do that you're going to cape drugs girls and remove offenders before they can commit the violent acts to this guy really and microcosm it is the issue that is as it may sound silly but maybe if you would if you were to enforce more traffic regulations and who knows what this guy in las vegas may or may not have done traffic wise but maybe they'll be away more than laws that are already on the books that people are ignoring right to police department has to cover a broad spectrum of enforcement part of their tools are traffic enforcement not so much to try and generate revenue but you are down a fi criminal to remove criminals before they commit more serious violent acts appreciate your time wrath very interesting is always okay thank you you have a good day i'd raphael gwinnett j prison the metropolitan crime commission fred in mandeville will talk about the issue of coming any winds on feeling say her how read on pay our born in late in the world with me in in late deal out of new orleans bat in seventy four moved to canada uh now on than mandeville what i'd be afraid to go into walling now let's head of bulletproof that really he didn't even in the day daytime i love the city was a beautiful city i used to go walk in a neighborhood in lakeview in mid city when i was on with older than you on the thai but we will walk from jeff davis and banks we get papers can now but when would walk through the joint the ada thought nothing of it i'm afraid to ron anywhere in the world you wouldn't go to the french quarter in need at at a restaurant um during the daytime for lunch not anymore reeler natalie i'll go find.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That's when people started running i will i will leave it there e e i've never heard actually heard anything like that before not not like this not in conjunction with this people have spoken out the president has tweeted out my warmest condolences and sympathies to the victims and families of the terrible of vegas shooting god bless you vicepresident in pence saying to the victim's families and loved ones affected by the senseless violence in las vegas karn and i are praying for you and offering our lobby continued the hearts and prayers the american people are with you you have our condolences and sympathies to the courageous first responders thank you for your acts of bravery that from the vice presidents in orlando they have put out a statement that we are thinking of all of those affected by the rivard mass shooting in las vegas this community and the men and women of the orlando police department know all too well the anguish that is gripping the residents visitors and law enforcement community in las vegas they continue that we we grieve with the people bus vegas than burma with our brothers and sisters and law enforcement who are dealing with this tragedy our condolences and prayers go out to all the families of all those affected affected and we grieve with the las vegas metropolitan apartment who lost an off duty officer who was attending the concert and was shot and killed two officers according to reports died last night there in in las vegas and as people witnessed it they will tell you they saw acts of bravery and they saw sheer horror it everywhere some the.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on KOMO

"Martyr there i want to let you know orlando and i took a shooting a half hour after he first opened fire the shooter call into the orlando police department dispatched center right up look up there bar mommy the dispatcher said you need to hear this call sargent and the rent a train hostage negotiators was working an off duty detail at a bar downtown that night when he responded to the signal 43 call at pulse and headed to the dispatch center so i went and sure enough five minutes later this she recalls and way where in orlando where orlando the shooter hung up as it would again and again that night either of quite your seat there are secure arctic for the next fifty five that routed willing gave the shooter on the full listening to his ramps about isis and surrey at the scene officers are using the time to get as many victims as possible we're learning out here about one big concern the shooter might try to hide among the victims officer james highland arrived it has personal pick up from a hot out which was quickly turned into a makeshift ambulance outlining partner we didn't have any ambulances or anything air he just started luhn people up but others could not be reached they used their phones to call lovely who then called 911 and pleaded for help my group burned in it back room there are now or good unit bathroom in crew charger bleeding our somebody's earlier their donor's dinner died america yes order or by pressing the phone number negotiator brennan at finally learned the shooter's name omar mateen a twenty nine year old americanborn son of afghan immigrants an angry and troubled man with a history of violence and failure hello omar before lander at some point you start to call omar yes you introduce a level of of familiarity and there's less opportunity that this person is going to be d personalized but then the negotiator his words from the teen that quickly chain that are now the for everyone inside the nightclub either way barry beer bar people are going to get it going i understand what but there tyga service outside the blood sugars once as okay i understand now the police prepare to move in he with still trapped inside and the dread a mess it looks those orlando police.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on Perspective

"Gartner i want them back to orlando shooting a half hour after he first opened fire the shooter call into the orlando police department dispatched center great couple of of the dispatcher said you need to hear this call sergeant andy brent a train hostage negotiators who's working an duty detail at a bar downtown that night when he responded to the signal 43 called at bulls and headed to the dispatch center so i went and sure enough five minutes later this shooter calls in orlando the shooter hung up as it would again and again that night your speeches for the next fifty five rutted will engage the shooter on the phone listening to his rents about isis and siri at the scene officers are using the time to get as many victims as possible your big concern the shooter might try to hide among the victims officer james highland arrived it his personal up from which was quickly turned into a makeshift embolism outlines partner we didn't have any ambulances or anything there he just started load people but others could not be reached they used their phones to called loved ones who then called 911 and pleaded for felt microfirms firm there are now four backroom who charger bleeding our somebody there's going to die your coffee polls go.

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"orlando police department" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"orlando police department" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Surrounding roads no shots fired nobody injured so major proxy orlando police department and this gentleman served in our marine corps from two thousand nine to two thousand twelve anne i believe he has been baker acted i just i hate hearing about guys like this you remember the airport shooting from a couple of months ago were unfortunately people were killed that was from a a gentleman who serve our country as well it goes back to what we talked about yesterday with morial day maybe people not fully recognising appreciating it the way that it is i think it's almost the same category with these guys coming back like to me these these guys should be the celebrities these should be the people that we hold up on a pedestal right we should surrounded give whatever the hell they need whether it's housing medical mental help whatever it may be and and i just don't think we do that as a country tragic and unfortunate and we've never in my opinion treated are treated our veterans well we spat upon them when they came home for vietnam because we didn't agree with the reason they rover there it's disgusting and disappointing and i urge anyone out there who thinks that they could act out like this to please get help before you do something like this for those of you who say racism is dead in the united states of america you're wrong gmc reported today that a home owned by nba star lebron james in los angeles now just around the same page your liberal james a guy who came from nothing a guy who had a mom raise him in just about poverty has not only turned himself into an nba champion has kept himself out of legal troubles it's not an immoral guy at all has no sex scandals no sex scandals no scandals of any kind the worst thing he did was hold a televised press conference that benefited the boys club charities to announce what team he was going from into that's the worst thing you can say about this guy and still to someone he is an word because that's what was spray painted on his front gate in los angeles lapd is investigating as a possible hate crime possible possible possible hate crime thinking about it and they're examining security camera footage from nearby homes in an attempt to identify the.

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