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Several recruits test positive for coronavirus after Chicago police resumes training

Steve Cochran

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Several recruits test positive for coronavirus after Chicago police resumes training

"New Chicago police recruits have tested positive for covert 19. The police academy re opened last month, four months after it closed down because of the pandemic. 87 probationary police officers returned to complete their final six weeks of training. Now, several of those recruits and one instructor have tested positive for covert 19.

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14 people fatally shot over weekend in Chicago

Chicago Tonight

05:02 min | Last month

14 people fatally shot over weekend in Chicago

"With more on proposed solutions to the spike in gun violence brandis. Paris by any standard June has been a brutal month for gun violence in Chicago this past weekend alone fourteen people were shot to death in Chicago, including two young children one year old, sincere Gaston in Inglewood and ten year old Lena, numerous and Logan Square this morning. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown spoke about the weekend's violence. are struggled to make sense. Of the reckless gun violence. That continues to take the lives. Of Our young people. Throughout the city. The guns and the cowart. These evil bastards. Behind those guards. Caused the senseless loss. Of Life of life over the past weekend. Tonight as part of WTO firsthand initiative exploring gun violence in Chicago, we take a closer look at what's happening this summer in the city and efforts to curb the violence and he'll communities joining us are Vanessa Perry to reef director of training at the Metropolitan Peace Academy, which trains street outreach workers, Mauricio de as a west side street outreach worker for. Chicago and Ramon Hooks a southside street outreach worker for target area. Development, corporation, Mr Hooks, and Mr which say just graduated from the Metropolitan Police Academy last week. Congrats to the both of you on that and thanks to all of you for joining us. So. Let's let's talk a little bit about the difference in. The some of the numbers from June. Twenty, nineteen to June twenty twenty, so comparing the same time period, June first and June. Twenty second there were two hundred twelve shootings in two thousand, nineteen, compared to three hundred and sixty six shootings in the same time period this year, that's an increase of one hundred and fifty four shootings seventy two percents, if percentages helps, which sounds very significant. Ramon. Let's start with you. Please you do street outreach work in the communities that are most affected by violence. What are your thoughts on why this June has been so violent? Besides the fact that the pandemic that we all been locked down and don't say it has a is. There's no one thing. The fan damage being locked down the social media people been on now making up these coming up with different types of our, no, saying Argh, with people might comment on somebody's Beige, and they don't like it, and you know what I'm saying in his old historical beefs. You know saying India's newbies when someone is shot now. You got a whole nother B is is there's no one thing you know what I'm saying is like we find it all fronts right now. You know what I'm saying. We are here at dawn. Best can and I'm telling week. Is A new. Every day. What are what are your thoughts on why? This June is so violent? Ramon pandemic, just having just these speaking, you know whoever it is. The quarantine the current teeth, keeping people. You don't secluded their. You know their thoughts running you. Everything's. You know bodily. No put them there. WanNa go out, so it's the same thing with the social media. Everything at all comes together because. On the social media especially right during this foreign team is exceeded of past I mean everything goes for one somebody CDs not on I'll reach workers. We try to do what we cannot social lead us to the best of our knowledge, and to get information on there, but one fantasies are part. We can again no more than that so when they come outside especially right now through this space forward. They're getting Tacoma side just a little bit and get the taste of this warm air. People just don't know how to act and then DC one or not in the street and all. This! And we'll have a number. A number of children have been among the victims this month. We've all covered this journalists for some time. was there not code at some point you know between you know for example if you're out on the streets, and you see a member of the opposition with family members. To with hold your fire until they are alone. Did that code not exist and what happened to it, Mauricio. Along generation after generation kids and you know they came about to where they just don't. Like I I look at it, you know they don't respect the code. No more. There's no more law. There's no more respect for the families for children very now it's just about being gung Ho, and whoever's went you? They're going to get shower too, and I. Don't know where it is wh. Where did he? To shoot anybody which you know like. As a former gang member, it was like you didn't do that. You couldn't do none a day couldn't do nothing night. Then you know, and that's breaking respect, and now it's just it's just

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Experts: Police 'woefully undertrained' in use of force

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

Experts: Police 'woefully undertrained' in use of force

"Amid calls for police reform across the US instructors and researchers say officers do not get enough training on how and when to use force leaving them unprepared for tense situations experts like the force science institute William Lewinsky say police are woefully under trained in use of force we do so little and expect so much it it's the officer's fault when something goes wrong in a pretty pressure against that although keep you at arms straight at Washington state police academy cadets learn how to take down suspects and arrest those fighting back but instructor Shawn Hendrickson says those skills to great life gets in the way and they end up acting out of fear president trump says he'll call for police to meet at national use of force standard what he calls force with compassion but in keeping with his hard line law and order stance if somebody's really bad you're going to have to do it with the real strength real power soccer make ani Washington

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Experts: Police 'woefully undertrained' in use of force

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

Experts: Police 'woefully undertrained' in use of force

"Amid calls for police reform across the US instructors and researchers say officers do not get enough training on how and when to use force leaving them unprepared for tense situations experts like the force science institute William Lewinsky say police are woefully under trained in use of force we do so little and expect so much it it's the officer's fault when something goes wrong in a pretty pressure against that although keep you at arms straight at Washington state police academy cadets learn how to take down suspects and arrest those fighting back but instructor Shawn Hendrickson says those skills to great life gets in the way and they end up acting out of fear president trump says he'll call for police to meet at national use of force standard what he calls force with compassion but in keeping with his hard line law and order stance if somebody's really bad you're going to have to do it with the real strength real power soccer make ani Washington

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France will ban police from using chokeholds

Midday News

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

France will ban police from using chokeholds

"An entire country is banning police chokehold in the wake of Floyd's death the France the interior minister says the police no longer will be using the maneuver in any form until now chokeholds were taught at France's police academies the French government has come under increasing pressure to address brutality and racism within the police

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After fatal shooting involving Seattle police, calls for incident to be teachable moment

News, Traffic and Weather

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

After fatal shooting involving Seattle police, calls for incident to be teachable moment

"The police involved shooting in Seattle's lower queen Anne neighborhood is still under investigation but now some in the law enforcement community say it's a teachable moment almost Jonathan Chou has more they want to get out there and say look this is what happened Russ six is talking about how quickly Seattle police released the video the following day right off the bat I think that's a good thing but he's now using this as a reality check for new police recruits there's a lot of screening which is okay because I think to keep the public trust we need that fix teachers at the Washington state criminal justice training commission the state's primary police academy he says no one ever wants to be in this situation I said let's talk about it I said what what scares you would it would discourage you about a let's talk about that and is reminding even veteran officers there are always ways to improve on the job we treat everyone with respect and dignity and we do the very best we

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Boston - Coronavirus closes Massachusetts State Police academy after 2 recruits test positive for COVID-19

Jay Talking

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Boston - Coronavirus closes Massachusetts State Police academy after 2 recruits test positive for COVID-19

"State police announcing to trainees at the police academy have tested positive for covert nineteen they're the first recruits or staff members at the academy to test positive after receiving the information the head of the state police made the decision to dismiss the remaining two hundred thirty nine class members instructing them to quarantine for fourteen days trainees will complete this week's lesson plans online and then undergo the previously planned week of remote learning next week that will keep them on track for the may sixth graduation although there will be no ceremonial flourishes or gas the basics date will be five weeks earlier than initially planned when the group first arrived at the academy in

Philadelphia Police Academy just graduated its first openly transgender officer

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Philadelphia Police Academy just graduated its first openly transgender officer

"The first openly transgender Philadelphia police recruits graduated from the academy today with hopes of opening the door for others are crime and justice reporter K. Y. W. scripting Joe Hanson has the story from north Philadelphia more than three dozen cadets stepped up to the stage to the rooftop Bronson officially graduate as the first academy class under commissioner Daniel outlaw warning officer Benson sure guy was one of them yet to be truthful to yourself you can't hide who you are the twenty four year old is the first transgender police officer to come through the academy hello to all the same standards as every other male recruits coming into the academy and I was able to pass all the requirements guy now hopes to inspire change an advocate for others in the LGBT community through the department's goal group which is the gay officer actually I do want to be active until I want to help educate the community and help educate my peers I just wanna help be that change that's going to be coming with us Kristen Johanson KYW newsradio

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Washington D.C. mayor wants to double size of police cadet program to attract recruits

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Washington D.C. mayor wants to double size of police cadet program to attract recruits

"DC's police department would like to have four thousand sworn officers but only has about thirty eight hundred right now there's a proposal though from the mayor to double the size of the department's cadet program for a class of two hundred next year a DC police cadet program essentially is a first step and strong community policing according to chief Peter Newsome what is better than having young people from our community working in the neighborhoods where they grew up city high school graduates hired part time become civilian members of the department earning just over thirty four grand a year get a free school at the university of the district of Columbia and earn enough credits to then attends the police academy Kristy king WTOP news

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Dallas: Retired Richardson K-9 Responsible For 700+ Arrests  Needs Money For Surgery

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Dallas: Retired Richardson K-9 Responsible For 700+ Arrests Needs Money For Surgery

"The server seven years with the Richardson police department now a retired police dog need your help bring go to nine year old Belgian Malinois wall he needs expensive surgery to fix a hernia bill Rogers with the Richardson citizen police academy alumni association says a trying to raise some money to help him thousands of searchers are less than a hundred of those he detected Darkhan X. one former fashion and resulted in about seven hundred grass go fund me page set up to help with the costs now soon's by Ringo's owner we got a picture of him it'll make you want to help just go to the website care all the

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Alabama officers' "homeless quilt" sparks controversy

WBBM Morning News

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Alabama officers' "homeless quilt" sparks controversy

"To Alabama police officers of apologized for social media posts that they say was supposed to be a joke the Facebook post showed to mobile police officers holding what they called a homeless quilts made of cardboard signs that apparently had been confiscated from Penn handlers around the city the text of the post said want to wish everyone of the fourth precinct a merry Christmas especially our captain hope you enjoy our homeless quilt sincerely panhandler patrol the police chief called the post an insensitive gesture both officers are recent graduates of the mobile police academy and the picture appears to been taken inside a police department office it is unclear of the officer's face any disciplinary

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Alabama police apologise for 'insensitive' homeless quilt photo

KYW 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Alabama police apologise for 'insensitive' homeless quilt photo

"The police in Alabama apologizing for a photo that appeared to mock homeless people the Facebook post showed to mobile police officers holding what they called a homeless quilts made of cardboard signs that apparently been confiscated from Penn handlers around the city the text of the post said one I wish everyone of the fourth precinct of merry Christmas especially our captain hope you enjoy our homeless quilt sincerely panhandler patrol the police chief called the post an insensitive gesture both officers are recent graduates of the mobile police academy and the picture appears to been taken inside a police department office it is unclear of the officer's face any disciplinary

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The Bitcoin Podcast: Eric Fulton of Keybase

The Bitcoin Podcast

08:56 min | 9 months ago

The Bitcoin Podcast: Eric Fulton of Keybase

"Taylor say hello. Brevard one Taylor for my criminal bag to. I am happy to be back got blonde. I'm blonde now. I want to change my twitter profile pictures of the No. It's funny though. Okay the what do you call it. There's the moment of recognition by and there's like a period of time in between when they see me and then when they've recognized me and it's really entertaining ruler me. Oh yeah like it's really funny. So what's been up. What's and what's going on since last time you've been here? How's life I think lots been up I I it's been a while It's been good. It's been crazy My daughter is now fifteen months old. And that's a whole new adventure urged walks and runs and jumps Does stuff while I mean. It's like every day is a new thing. You Know Shoal Lake. She'll do things that that make you. Just Kinda like sit there and look at her and go like holy crap like you're you're really a tiny human wow Because for so long they're really just blobs. They're not really you know they. They smile but they don't really smile at being human. I found a real human. Ya You know human but making human. Yeah it's like an enormous love and now it's it's a whole new thing Oh Yes oh her. First word was actually not a the word. It was a phrase and it was. What's that then that what's that means? Like what is that meaning like. You know like she'll point at something the thing is like what's that but also it means like I want that and why aren't you giving me that. And Hey like pay attention to me. That mum about everything and then her second word was was kind of like meow. But it's It's not saying unlike Miao it's like actually making the sound that a cat makes audubon. Yeah I can't make this Allen because I don't speak cat but she does. Yeah and the funniest thing is that so Jordan will pull it like a little like a cats meowing youtube video. John and then there's like a chorus of cat sounds coming from the phone and also like she'll make a chorus of concerts off and it's actually hard to know conventionally like what's a cat and what is my daughter future. Was that guy on all the police academy movies Middle Annoys is talking about these master. I don't think that's what I'm talking about. But I I think you were either from police police academy but I'd always talking about hightower. Yeah I to our was his name. I don't even know why. Why do I know that interesting interesting? Because he was the black dude on Kennedy movies. So you just think it's athlete. You're absolutely right identified with them so we're GONNA talk about curt today I had at the aeroplane and I had a I was thinking to myself that You know crypto. We've been talking about mass adoption now for like a decade and I feel like we will be talking about mice adoption for several more but I also feel like what slows down that is A courtesy has a tendency to attract some very fringe fringe people with very fringe ideals. enlarged large amounts like. Somebody's said in the slacking imbalance the other day. They're like man crypto tracks. Some people that are Kooky. I think it'll be nice way of putting it and I I thought to myself well. You're not wrong. It does in in being in essence coming fresh off of that doctoral interview view that we had not being that it does attract such kooky individuals of it. Does it stand a chance of ever being massively adopted if it so easily adopted by some of some people that just like they have the ideals that are so far out there that people are just going to ignore it or think. They're not serious or you know I don't know if it's I mean it's generalized money and and it but it started off from a a hard set of idealists a lot awaits right like it was because the cipher punk movement and digital money so like the main goal of like what kind of started off with the idea that I don't want to rely on third parties to frisa transact and like the first people to latch onto something that's brand new and willing willing to go through the painstaking process of using. It are usually the ones that are heavily like have have some type of heavy ideology because they're willing to be like royalty income thinking covered the right word but like They're willing to be frustrated through the user experience because because they want to the idea of technology so bad and that's what the like the beginnings of anything is it's like the the beginning of the ones that like really believed or could use is that technology to push whatever ideological vehicle they have. That's what happened. Is that usually tends to bring in the French. The kooky people and then as it becomes more and more mainstream rebe typically you build businesses that take cut back on some of those ideologies like you see things like coin base would never for of flown in the beginning days with bitcoin right especially not in state right now like it. Yeah it's I think there's a couple of different things like one it's it's definitely like it's hard to wrap your head around and if you think back to like when the the white paper I came out It's yeah it's harder up your head around so the people that are going to wrap their heads around or either like working me and not sort of you know super technical industry in some capacity and have the capacity to understand the white paper or intouch was Joshi or whatever but then the next wave of users even like they yeah they have to have the ability and the desire to dive into it you know and so that's what I I think We I saw sort of like you know the Libertarians and and the people that were you know already having sort of you've said they'd be like thought experiments or like actual actionable things That was a rebellion. I guess of sorts against the the state of the government or the state of the economy And then as it grows I still feel like there's a lot of similar personality. He treats right like you have to be you have to be technical. You have to be willing to put up with some like hot mess. Stuff You have to be willing to take on the risk right whether that's like the price risk or the security risks or whatever like you have to be willing to do that And you have to like like you really have to be able to dedicate some time to figuring it out you know I think right that there are ways to sort of get in without Maybe fully getting an right so like square cash and like you know there's a few absent just like you can just like a speculate on Bitcoin. You're actually yeah you're not actually like like holding quite basis is is that with the exposure to it Yeah but it's it's it's it's a halfway between is a wallet and it's very easy to offload that money onto a wallet that you actually control and they even have some solutions re control part like part of the keys.

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Police inspector indicted for assaulting 3 female officers

Medical Frontiers

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Police inspector indicted for assaulting 3 female officers

"Philadelphia police inspector Carl Holmes is facing charges he sexually assaulted three female officers the latest development in a department played by sexual misconduct allegations that fueled the police commissioners recent resignation a grand jury probe determined that Holmes abuse his power after mentoring female officers at the police academy and in other roles the charges come two years after the city settled a female detective sexual harassment lawsuit involving homes for one and a quarter million

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"police academy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"police academy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Chicago police academy today for Chicago police officer Michael Gordon fifteen years after he was killed by a drunken driver on patrol god the father retired officer Robert your until those gathered if you have children hug them everyday before you go to work yesterday my life which I to the president's daughter Ivanka trump forgetting her facts wrong about Chicago's violent weekend turns out the mayor herself is not immune from a slip up there like footage showed reporters pictures of the military style weapons sees last weekend from two men one of whom has a long criminal history he complained that they've been given ten thousand dollar bonds which means they had to put up ten percent four thousand I argue to you but somebody who's got a long criminal history of violence it possesses fire power like this has forfeited their right to be out on the street but thirty two year old Elaine hill was held without bond on the gun charge in a similar fugitive warrant from Wisconsin the other man twenty five year old Jordan hill was later released but put on electronic monitoring and confined to his home in a statement like puts office suggest letting someone caught with weapons like that walk out of jail on bail since the message the gun offenders won't be held accountable at city hall crackdown or newsradio one of five point nine FM an eighteen year old man from Evanston and two juveniles have been charged with aggravated robbery Lake Forest police say a thirteen year old was robbed yesterday by three people during a drug transaction the four hundred east Westminster island Bartoli's offers is part of the suspect vehicle stop on a rod forty wanted me to traffic stop he won Jones of Evanston now with the like county jail the two juveniles are added to tensions are in Vernon hills coming up the accu weather forecast and sports WBBM news time seven eleven the.

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Video shows cop shooting at dog but killing woman: "Oh my God!"

Ric Edelman

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Video shows cop shooting at dog but killing woman: "Oh my God!"

"Breaking now Arlington Texas police have released body camera video of a rookie cop shooting a woman he was summoned to help ABC's Mona Rivera reports are you okay police say the officer was responding to a call about a woman passed out near a shopping center her dog begins to run toward the officer and he begins shooting is that your dog can you get a the bullet graze the dog and hit the woman instead she died of a gunshot wound to the chest authorities say the officer who has been placed on leave graduated from the police academy earlier this year and just finished his field training on July

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Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury in 2020 Rematch Fight

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury in 2020 Rematch Fight

"And Tyson fury could have a potential rematch. Now, Deontay wilder is having a rematch with Lewis King Kong or TS here in September. Mike, you're the big boxing aficionado. I, I was stunned that Deontay wilder did what he did to Luis Ortiz. Well, I think is a very good boxer. So I like the fact that those are fighting again, but are you interested in wilder fury rematch, which I thought was a very close. I definitely am interested because I also gre- that it was a close fight. And I think it's, it's watchable you like it has you intrigued because it was. Closed. So let me ask you a question. What happened with Anthony Joshua? Who is he? He's fighting some no name guy like what happened there, man. I'm trying to see I believed that his opponent was hurt in, then this guy is a standing standing, and it's pretty much literally a standing guy any Joshua's, the Steve Gutenberg of boxing. It's like why did he become Tom Hanks? Like he could've right. He's right there. He could have been a huge movie star, and he did it who's ever managing Anthony, Joshua's careers during the horrible job, get them out there to be a huge star this while they're you spend two seconds or that dude's a super slow, he's trying to Anthony, Josh is making a lot of money, just in England, a lot of money in the police academy movies, but he's become a star even notice fight is a dud. But this is I fight in the US in New York. So he's trying. I'm with I'm with you, though. Deontay wilder is entertaining and must see television. So sign me up for whatever that dude does.

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Colombians flood streets to protest terror after car bomb

WBBM Programming

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Colombians flood streets to protest terror after car bomb

"Thousands of Colombians dressed in white flooded into the streets to repudiate terrorism. After Thursday's car bombing at a Bogota police academy killed twenty one people and left. Dozens more wounded the president of Colombia led the March the attack was the country's deadliest in fifteen years and recalled some of the bloodiest chapters in Colombia's

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Pope prays in Colombia after police academy attack kills 21

Garden America - Sundays

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Pope prays in Colombia after police academy attack kills 21

"This equal. Equal practice in Saint Peter's Square expressing sorrow for the victims of the bombing of the police academy in Columbia, assuring the population of his closeness with them after the grave terrorist attack that left at least twenty one dead. Seventy people were injured the president of Colombia declared three days of mourning after the attack

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"police academy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"police academy" Discussed on KOMO

"We're looking at pretty wet pattern here over the next few days at certainly is going to alter the commutes to this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon compared to what we've had the first three days of the week. We'll got some windy conditions kicking up as well. And right now, Everett's got light rain forty-seven partly sunny in Tacoma and forty-seven into clouds and fifty one at sea TAC airport. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle only twenty four hour news station. Komo news. Keeping an eye on these stories within events is at the editor's desk. President Trump's estranged former lawyer acknowledges that he paid a technology company to falsely improve Trump standing in to online polls. Michael Cohen tweeted today what I did was at the direction of and for the sole benefit of Trump. The tech companies owners told the Wall Street Journal Cohen promised him fifty thousand dollars for work including entering fake votes. For Trump in Opole identifying top business leaders and a poll of potential presidential candidates thirty say at least nine people have been killed dozens injured in a car bombing at a police academy in Columbia's capital. The scene outside the general Santander police academy in southern Bogota is chaotic with ambulances and helicopters rushing to the normally tightly controlled facility. Microsoft plans to commit some five hundred million dollars to address the affordable housing crisis in the Puget Sound region last night, Microsoft released a video showing people like teachers police officers, and nurses who work in our region, but can't afford to live here left to move here. But it's just can't happen. At least not now. Microsoft president Brad Smith. Choke with komo's MandA factor. And Gregg Hersholt this morning. This is a strong statement. Your company is making tell us more about the motivation behind it. Well, I think we've all benefited from living in to sound at Microsoft. We're incredibly grateful for the support. We've long had across community, but we're really living increasingly amidst a crisis as more jobs have come here housing hasn't kept pace, and whether you're in Seattle or even more so in the cities around Seattle people with low and middle incomes are being pushed out there having to endure longer and longer commutes. You know, people who are homeless, obviously have even far more circumstances. So we spend eight months really thinking through what we could do. And what we concluded was that one of the steps needed is more money. But not money by itself. It's really a partnership that it will take with the cities with people in government with others in business. And what we're hoping is that this can be a catalyst for all of us to do. More to address. This problem are there specific places the money will go. Yes. We're really focused both on low and middle income housing. The low income housing will go across the region as a whole all King County into southern Snohomish county the middle income housing money will flow, I really into the the cities on the east side of lake Washington because we did a lot of work with the data science team. We had access to data from Zillow. They partnered with us, and what we found is that it's in those areas where the middle income housing problem is the most acute are you in a way subtly challenging other major successful corporations around here to do the same kind of thing. I think we all have a part to play and we all need to play our part, but we also recognize that at Microsoft, we're incredibly fortunate, and we just have a balance sheet with a large liquid assets that enables us to make this kind of investment. I think it's unrealistic to expect ask other terrific companies. To match this amount. That's not what we're doing. But there are things that all of us can do whether it's volunteering time. There are opportunities for donating money. We really need the cities in the area to look at their public land. Because at public land can be donated or leased at below market prices out kick start this, and perhaps as much or more than anything else, we need to city councils in the region at each of these cities to adopt zoning changes other land-use changes because without those changes. We're not gonna make the kind of progress to region needs. I imagine this is going to be a logistical challenge to coordinate with all these cities and assess the best places to to spend this money. Well, everything here is a challenge. And that's one of the things that really caused us to think this through you can't get involved in something this complicated without a real commitment to stick with it. And that's absolutely what we are bringing to this exercise. It took years to create this problem. It is going to take years to solve it. There is a lot of complexity, but at the end of the day, it's actually a pretty simple proposition win jobs. Go up we need to build houses for people to live in. We haven't gotten that. And we need to get that under control your commitment is incredible. We appreciate your time so much Microsoft president Brad Smith. Komo news time eleven.

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"police academy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"police academy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Out of the police academy. He was assigned to the town hall district in Lakeview where Mark bustling is commander. He understood what his job with his purpose in life was and that was to be the police commander Busek says it's hard to remember all the recruits who go through his district. But he says he remembers officer Sam Jimenez is the kind of police officer the department wants, and that society is hoping for or just remember him being. Officer commander bustling says officer Jimenez, had that innate quality to put himself in other people's shoes outside the windward second district. Police station burning to foia NewsRadio on one or five point nine. FM? Medical examiners say the mercy hospital gunman died of a gunshot wound to his midsection, but he had also apparently shot himself in the head. And we're also learning that the Chicago fire department fired the man from the training academy four years ago after he was accused of bullying female recruits, fairly, two months. After one Lopez started the fire department training academy. He was thrown out that was in the spring of two thousand fourteen fire department spokesman Larry Langford says female recruits had accused Lopez of bullying them conduct. That Langford says these days would be called issues of violence in the workplace before any discipline could be handed down. Langford says Lopez was fired as a recruit because he didn't show up. There are reports that Lopez had threatened to shoot up the training academy. Langford could not immediately confirm that Steve Miller, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM channel to Chicago police officer is alive, but Bruce today, thanks to his bulletproof vest. It happened near eighty seventh and Ashland where there's been a gang conflict. Police superintendent Eddie Johnson says the officer and his partner made a traffic stop the man tried to take off on foot in pull a gun. Both the officer and the suspect shot one another the officers vest stopped. The bullet the suspect was shot in the neck. But you see these officers come out here today. Put on advanced put on that star and put on a gun and go out and do what we do every day, and that's the serve and protect the citizens of this city mayor Emanuel and the superintendent visited with the officer here at little company of Mary hospital and thank God. For that. Best Emanuel said the officers involved, a young men doing heroic work, Mike Crausser, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. The suspect is in serious to critical condition. Reaction is swift to President Trump's announcement that the US will continue to work with Saudi Arabia despite questions around the Royal family in connection with the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi the Trump administration stand by your allies strategy was Saudi Arabia in the wake of Jamal kashogi murderer during some intense response Senator Dianne Feinstein of California says she was shocked that the president would not punish Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman for what she called the premeditated murder of kashogi in Washington Post publisher. Fred Ryan says Mr. Trump's response to kashogi killing is what he calls a betrayal of long. Established American values. They'll Raikov CBS news Washington. Blue centers for disease control is advising people not to eat Romain lettuce. E-coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce has sick and thirty two people any love states. The CDC's Tom Skinner says more than a dozen people have ended up in the hospital or the centers for disease control and preventions working with state and local health departments across the country to investigate an outbreak of e coli o one five seven eight seven associated with having eaten Romain lettuce. The CDC says do not eat any type of romaine lettuce, including heads of romaine Hart's of romaine or prepackaged salad mixes. If you're not sure then don't eat it. He says this also includes in restaurants,.

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"police academy" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"police academy" Discussed on No Agenda

"Just a question for a European listeners, Jim Brown, the football player wasn't he also in. Some movie like comedy movie. Lies mostly in westerns played the tough guy. Wasn't he in something I wanna say, like airplane, but it wasn't that or he may have been an airplane? No. So police academy police academy. Thank police academy. That's right. Jim, Brown, no of was, is Bubba Smith was in police, go away go, no, no, no Hightower was that was that wasn't? Jim Brown was that was Bubba Smith who was Hightower Mars attacks? I think he was in that dirty dozen where they've been during those you'll find you did a lot of movies. He was a very famous actor did lot of movies now he was a tough guy. He life no going to call him dot com. He was non. There was this studio. He was he what each go in there and say, what did you call me? All right. Back in the day. Oh yeah. Hey, today he with his cane. Go be Donlon beat some Don lemon ass. Make some lemonade. By the way when we talk about something like this violence promoting, I wanna point out that you know, the Republicans are the ones with the guns, the Democrats, the ones that shouldn't have guns, there should be a legal. We've talked about in the last show, but here here's a, here's Nance Nicole. Wallis. She's the worst. She's looking pretty an aunt. She's looking pretty bad called him out. Yeah, it would have been a very, I told them everything that I thought he should've punched him in the face. This even if you lost, he insulted you're why glitter and call it Mexicans rapists, immerse, he's well. What do you think are so did I? So I think you should punch them in the face and then gotten out of the race would have been a hero. No, he wouldn't Adderall. She's an Admiral. She's on something. Yeah. I do have a little entre Mont. Okay. This is Alex Jones. I've got compilation, I put together. I only have this is just piece up one small piece of a very long piece which I'm going to take clips from every so often. We'll cross you. And the minute we revealed on their destruction. That. I do have a small eyeso- as a suggestion for ended show. Okay. Done, you're in your in your in. I'm gonna lead you into your Al Gore with a little climate change update from the van Jones show which I found. I found myself watching a lot of television with the keeper yesterday. Own show. Evangi has a show on CNN. Wow. Yes, it's a talk show with an audience and he's very pleased about it and looking forward to tonight by the way, what's his name? Alex. Alex, what's his last name? I can't remember for some reason, the guy who plays Trump on Saturday Night Live Alec Baldwin ally, not Alex as what got me. Alec Baldwin's gotta talk show and they're running it in prime time and NBC. Oh, I didn't even SNL last night. Didn't even watch. I did watch him stuff last night, which would come later. But here's van Jones, and he's talking about the report. Of course, the, we're all going to die within twelve years. Any brings on known climate change expert, Neil degrasse Tyson, Kuwait, he's an astrophysicist, but it doesn't matter. It's Neil degrasse Tyson everybody. What is the thing that worries you the most about climate? We've had relatively stable climate, no ice ages, no hot spelled, and we've had these ice caps that have remained primarily in Antarctica and Greenland. Oh my gosh. If you melt those ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica, the water levels will rise and come to the level of the statue of Liberty's elbow. Her elbow until you actually better than any of the clips have Mel go. You might as well play clip of the day for that one. Up to her elbow ideally up to our elbow. Bowl crowd, can we play the rest? Okay. So we're talking not so much. It was so hot, it's going to kill me. No, we're talking about sea-level change all the greatest cities in the world there on the ocean's edge on the river's edge..

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"police academy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Who is obviously mentally ill right outside our window kind of going into the street and running up and down his pants or fallen off. And I mean, it's not funny. It sounds like I'm trying to make light of it. But I worry I'm the one that wanted to call the cops because I'm worried that he's going to run in the street and get hit by a car because if you don't know this section of town, the people that travel on Broadway between like the bargain Darrow, all the way up to the tunnel. They fly. I mean, they fly. I mean, like sixty seventy miles an hour, sometimes and got I don't want to see this guy die right in front of me. That said, I don't know how from aqap. What are the cops going to do in the show up at the sky are they going to arrest him or they're gonna take them away or they're gonna they're just gonna probably assess the situation was when I call the police they wanted to know do you have a weapon, I said, no, no, no. Danger doom says exposing himself, and I said, no, he's not committing a crime. I just think he's going to get hurt. Or there was a big guy who's cars park right there. And I thought that guy ran up to him too big. I was gonna knock him right on his ass. Right. I mean, I don't think he would do that. Anyway. So what would you say if you were sitting across from cop, and you could have a cops ear for a moment. And then I'll give you the latest on Paul manafort's, dad. Let's go to Oakland and talk to Ken, Ken. Hey, you're on Keijo. What would you say to police if you could sit across from him. Hey, chip, you know, if you look at the percentages. I agree with you probably disagree with you five times count on my hand. I always really I agree with you on a lot of things I want to share with you this. I was blessed to sit on the citizens police academy at five hours with a cop. And what I've seen chip is. It is that it's a disconnect between the community that the cop serve and the people, and I feel that the police officers actually asked cadets. Actually trade in the community. They have you're going to Serbian. It'd be less of a pri- totally agree with you. In fact, I always thought that that's funny. You say that because I remember that being proposed when I was living in Washington DC, and they just couldn't get people to do it or they couldn't budget. I think was the problem because you could get good people to do the job. But you gotta take care of him. I mean, I it's funny because. People want to feel push back on tensions for government employees. But I think if you're gonna give anybody a pension, it should be cops and firemen, and it should be the kind of thing to that. It's it's a it's hard to lose. You really got to do something bad can't be politically taken away from you. And it's gotta be something that you look at us a lifelong job, and it has to the people that are doing that have to reflect the community if it's predominantly. Good. Learn to is that it was kind of tension with tension in that five five hours. Jeff contentioned. I'm sitting in the car seat right across from. And then all of a sudden it got more humble and more comfortable, and he was just a regular do. You know, it was just a guy that you meet at a bar and have a beer with our survives. The baseball games at you have, you know, do a high five when the same team, you know, scored up and he just wasn't a regular guy. So that's why I came up with Al like if I've met him when he was a cadet he would understand the community. Daddy search. I think that you know, again, the biggest question you'd have to ask police today as why did you want to become a cop? And I don't know. I don't know what that answer is anymore. You know, what I have friends that are is have friends that are sheriffs. I have friends and majority of and I'm gonna say this is this is just my experience is that they they will kinda Llaneras kinda guy in school. You know on the block they were laundering. And now they have a group of of of guys and women that are are are not a gang, but just organization. And a lot of ways it does resemble a law abiding gang because there again, they have colors they have turf they have rules. They watch Africa back over people outside of their gang. You know? And I think when you look at all that and you say to yourself, that's really that's it shouldn't be that cliqueish. It should be. It should be. You know? But again, I go back to my whole thing is, you know, after a cop per year, you realize especially if you're black and white you just wanna get home that night, you know, you don't want to die. And so here we go. We we agree again. So. I appreciate everything you guys do back at you. Take care, buddy. Thanks. Yeah. I you know, again the. I don't know. I don't have. I really don't have a clue what the answer is other than Ken was kind of onto something there about if if if cops came from the communities that they serve right? Be part of the community. I think a lot of them would want to anybody still stay, but we're such a nomadic group of people nowadays. No, it's rare for people to keep a job for ten fifteen years. Any right. They move people move around a lot communities change people. I don't know if that's typical up when you're talking about law enforcement, though. Right. But everybody else moves that's what I'm saying. They may be the same, but people move in and out of the community, and they criminal elements are always going to hate law enforcement, right and sometimes that criminal element or people just drug crimes. So they're really not criminals. They just wanted to smoke pot or they wanted they wanted cocaine or something whatever it's their bodies and libertarian me like you wanna do drugs. Why am I telling you, you can't do drugs, right? What the drugs can believe to. I understand why they're trying to get that under control though. But yeah, but incarceration leads to a lot worse. Absolutely. Get them help take him somewhere. You know? It's also it's a very multifaceted problem. Because if if you're a cop, but there's nowhere to take the kit. A take the person there's no shelter. There's no support system in place. And what are they supposed to do jail is the safest place for people. One of our next caller has an amazing point about this. And it goes back to rich and poor San problem with Trump, and and you know, what's going on in this world today. We'll get to that. Call and I'll tell you again, there's a basic question for you too. We can mix this whole comics in kid does something wrong. How much do you blame the parents if somebody doesn't commits a crime look at twenty horrible crime? How much responsibility falls on the parenting? That's a toughie. All right. That's all coming up next on K GIO chip.

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"police academy" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Bless you, and thank you for the great movie recommendations. I often feel like so many movies that I watch. I'm able to guess the ending or something close to it within twenty minutes. I haven't had a fucking clue what was going on until pretty much the end of both of these movies that we've watched. Well, that's what I like. Yeah. Hopefully next one, we'll do police academy threes at riot police academy. Six. Oh, that's when they started getting really good. Yeah. You know. Avenue mind that's more private time. I talked private, private police academy, talk. You try to police academies should do naked gun. I agree with you. Naked gun is so funny stuff. Okay. Never mind. Well, the next one will we'll be announcing soon. Say what it is now or. No, we're doing legend right? Are we? Yes. Let doing so we'll cut the directors now maths of flop at the box. Huge, big bomb. Yeah, lots of lots of yes drinker. Probably ended me doling mea say was career. You know an end to the could have been a very lustrous career one. Mr Thomas h crew, it's a shame that nothing ever happened for him that you know what I mean? At least he had his moment in the sun one glimmering flash of success. Pre flickering moment of fame before he was swallowed up into the bis of. What's the word I'm looking for? Sickness. Dan. Yeah. Hear that one more time. Rid of that of American. Manage make. Understand understand the seeing when you get converted that he's got one of those dinks bookie hey, let's you understand saying, but God damn American Girl. Understand what I'm saying. From peer. You see. Benny..

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"police academy" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Steve Gutenberg police academy. Explain it's a mildly successful comedy from the eighties. It had six sequels. And Berg was the star of few of them. I liked Muslim. I really I mean like I liked him. Because I think I was in second grade. That's a good judge on whether they're good or not. But every good movie, they remaking, it's always bad. Was it ever that good? I thought the first couple were good. I just remember the guy that made all the noises. It was amazing. I worked with him a few times. He does stand up. He goes on stage and make sounds. But the most recent police academy movie was in nineteen Ninety-four. Wow. Mission to Moscow. Okay. I don't know that anyone saw that. Yeah. I didn't even know that there's a horrible title, but recently Steve commented on Twitter that an eighth police academy film is in the works. Okay. So Kevin Hart in the rock. Are these old guys ever going to graduate from the police academy? Like, how long are they going to beat? They're going to be there for a long long time, titled police academy flunkies is what it should be titled. So Steve Greenberg says that he'll be involved somehow. I don't know how the primary castle with the rock as he gets everything remake it always have the rock as the starlet are getting to the shock collar question of the day. Young Jeffery has come in studio with a hat full dry name out of the hat to see who put on the shock collar today. They're asked trivia question if they get it, right? Don't get shocked. Jeff does because he asked a terrible question if they get it, right or wrong. They get shocked to the song that you want us to sing text in at seventy eight five nine two. What song do you want to hear from the person who gets shocked today? Jose is drawing a name out of that. Because he had the shock collar last. And who did you get? Shock.

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"police academy" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on WRVA

"Of a variety of law enforcement topics as well as received numerous crime prevention presentations obviously to help keep them safe but the whole goal of the cpa has always been to foster and strengthen relationships between the sheriff's office and the community and like i said a number of people don't know what the daily operations of law enforcement look like and getting to learn about the different divisions within the sheriff's office the all of the unions that we have the special teams that we have it can be extremely informative a number of people don't realize how many units and special teams the sheriff's office have until they go through our citizens police academy and another great thing about our citizens police academy has a majority of the people that have gone threw it today we've had over eight hundred citizens graduate from our cpa a majority of those people that go through it enjoyed so much that they want to volunteer with the sheriff's office so it's a really great way to get your foot in the door and volunteer with the which we absolutely love i love the sound of that that people make sure that they notarize it before they turned it into us.

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"police academy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To the city of phoenix website at phoenix dot gov backslash police you'll see a link on there for that says community engagement and outreach and if you click on the link there'll be several other links including one that will direct you to the citizen police academy alumni page and there is on their web page they have the application and the application itself has directions on who to send two and we will get you in upcoming academies if we receive your application and we're also advertising it on our social media as we get closer to the start of the citizens police academy will blast it out on social media saying hey you know for people that are interested here's what you do and then we'll circle back around in contact you and give you more information and see if it's a good fit and we're going to have that on our website to that real estate show dot com we did a video me and our myself and a friend took the media academy and put together a video of the fun stuff that we do so that's on the website as well with the most satisfying thing that you find about doing this thing for you personally for me personally i love when just people kind of used a good word of understanding but he will get an understanding of what we do but truly the most satisfying experience we've had is a few weeks back so we have a six week police academy that we do place cabinet but we also do like one day behind the badge experiences like what you were talking about we did for partners in the media but we recently did one for the commission for the deaf and hard of hearing and i think i walked out of that experience having learned more about the struggles and challenges that people face when they're interacting with the police department then the people who are taking part of the experience learn about us so it was a pretty cool partnership and the learning both ways and that was incredibly rewarding sergeant david montoya with.

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"police academy" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on WCPT 820

"What is it eight eight million or something oh no it's like eighty ninety five million dollars eight okay eighty five million dollars is it it's going to be an emirates wards on the west side yeah proposals right says that it's a great thing lead could lead to community development but lori lightfoot says that's the wrong signal to send to build a new police training academy and award that knee our area of the city that needs a lot more than a police training academy well it needs that and more i i i agree with that part i but i think it needs both and not either or i think that the the police academy being built on the west side in the area that had seen no development for over forty years you know it's not the ideal development i i understand that but building something where hundreds of people are every day does spur economic development 'cause those hundreds of people that come there every day have to eat they have to bank they have to shop and do do the laundry and all the things that create a community around there so when you build that you're going to see the impetus of other businesses being built to support that you know anything anyone that's smart knows that if see five six hundred people a day coming to a location you want to feed them you know i'll make money if i could feed five if i can get five or six hundred cups of coffee every day to somebody yeah i can make a pretty good living if i can sell five or six hundred newspapers a day i can do all right you know if i could give them five hundred sandwiches a day you know i'm gonna look at that so i'm going to build around the police academy that's what creates the stimulus of economic development is not the academy in of.

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"police academy" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"They welcome where are oilers additive i won't die down blowout button to say i did look at home cnn vein would very much to or they will bear with two young people and i look i must just stay bombings in if they are no time we'll see want vein he did not mention is the pictures that the fbi had and have them in the back yard she was a handgun and then the uri we'll you you on beijing not mention that that so what are you call a red flag you don't have to be in the police academy to figure that out and so he was vows and they would go anyway being long time i'm sure you about nineteen mmm yeah oh yeah kumba yala's diagnose deal they were even better than that and looked gaunt bin gong who along with had to be put into consideration i'm sure they look good not only not only now video game it was probably by well no bathrooms by serb them all all that came into play they can stop the wage before that happens he it seemed like a very nice neighborhood but what i could kale you know what i mean just ma'am you put me on me hick which is what you are but what i'm saying they had pigs hugo them outside of new child back in what what none of that is illegal the issue is they don't have the power to enforce these mental health standards as they should i'm talking about the federal government their state law that can be applied what the truth is shooting a gun having a gun having guns under lock and key this is what he had nobody nobody here however may not know how you how crowded round our there will renew have always no and the games and guide the team detained matters because him having guns and him having video games none of that is illegal but i'm not really really know what you meant no makeup he had a private and they would jump to i'll let powell own taveau youth bathroom right that means there has to be a change of the law and young white yes to share of talking about that last night it yeah he did that changes the way you whatever he was that if they were not really who were not even gonna love the ad and the yard he led the woman has they.

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"police academy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two headline in the herald today scandal at state police academy horn taize irs and revenge i don't know i know we don't have me newsstand sales anymore no newspapers do but this is a good front page plucky how can you resist this horn taser in revenge female trooper says she was target of retaliation campaign more trooper trouble in academy porn plank umc a the mass commission against discrimination probes female staffers complaints versus boyfriend agency investigators are probing allegations a state trooper brought in files of porn while others pulled a prank with a fake taser at the mass they police academy in the latest scandal to hit the embattled police force and i got a copy here right now it said the woman's name as a trooper the female troopers namus catherine downey and she was an instructor at the at the state police academy and she her she had a boyfriend who was a trooper guide him orel johnson right and so uh so she decides to wa a pool will play with them they have a day of pacers out there obviously and so they uh they decide that they get some kind of blanked heyzer cartridge they called black pays our but it seems like it's blank sold a us so she in a couple of guys other guys they decide the they they pull it pays her they pull out a taser so they fired at at her boyfriend he she fired of their voight trooper downey took out or taser containing the fake cartridge in shot it at our boyfriend the two inner all of that word in hurt the two n art projectiles bounced off of him trooper johnson the boyfriends initial reaction was to boast that the pasar could not hurt him because he was superman all parties involved laugh that the prank reading now from the complaint okay so but he wasn't really happy about it he was he was plotting his revenge according to the mca the complaint so june 2016 trooper downey needed to obtain some training materials for trumper johnson's portable hard drive which was attached to a desk state police desk pop the portable hard drivers routinely used by multiple troopers the transfer work related presentations on the desktops upon searching for those materials trooper downey the female discovered a number of faulders on the hard drive the.

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"police academy" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on WCHS

"The forecast today with a high forty nine degrees currently forty one degrees we'll have more on accu weather coming up in just a couple of minutes us interest in the more capito says senate democrats are putting illegal immigration over children's health care with their vote to shut down the government quoting capito shutting down the government is a completely fruitless in avoidable tactic it's a disservice to the american people the shutdown started at midnight us senator joe manchin was one of only five democrats the vote to avoid the shutdown the senate is scheduled to meet today a rededication ceremony set for this hour montgomery the by sea center which formerly was operated by wvu tech is now the upper kanawha valley ymca ceremony starting this hour a drug death is under investigation in eastern kunar county sheriff's deputy say woman was found dead long side of the road last night in the morning drive area close to montgomery they believe it was an overdose fire investigators of parker's burke say there were no smoke detectors in a camden avenue apartment that caught fire friday after noon to blaze claimed the life of the 47yearold man who live there investigators say the caused the blaze was accidental the west virginia state police are going to be spending the next several months putting together a cadet class that will begin training this fall the first round of testing taking place today at the state police academy in institute captain richie patterson says it's a physical fitness tests first but go on to a written that portion dinner took suitability test all the same day hopefully we'll get a up attempts the class was totally but start september potato had to be part of that class the applicant has to already be a certified police officer they'll be some more testing later next week cast delegates they could tim armstead with this announcement on friday i am not planning to run preelection to how the argue this year and are a number of factors had come into play amount the could all kenny republican will serve the rest of this year state speaker all year long he's been in the legislature for twenty years kicking around the possibility of running for state supreme court in 2020 polls are open this morning in fayette county where residents are voting today four against the renewal of the.

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"police academy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At the graduation of the police academies latest class the 1950s we are the safest big city in america graduations are all the men and women are here for laugh wnyc reporter jim o'grady is here to put those stance in perspective hey jim hey jamie and why beatty reports major felonies and new yorker down for the 26th straight year yes we use those seven categories to judge the overall level of crime around the city what are they murder and manslaughter rape assault robbery burglary grand larceny and car theft so a couple of milestones in these stats if the trend holds for a few more days till the end of the year the number of murders in two thousand seventeen will be below three hundred breaking the record of three thirty three in two thousand fourteen and way below bit older new yorkers were remember this way below the more than two thousand killings a year that we averaged in the 1990s back then more than five thousand people were shot per year and now we're down to seven hundred seventy four so far this year well i guess i qualify as an older new yorker because i remember those battle gays gmo grady ever death a huge drop and yet stop and frisk is also down by about ninety percent since mayor de blasio was elected yes and he's very glad that you mentioned that his people played a video at the police academy graduation today it had heroux accent the size or music it had tom selleck narrating and a blatant illusion to the big reduction a reduction in stop and frisk change the way our cops work with the community by developing a new way of doing this neighborhood policing connects with the community so they can work together and you just did a story about neighborhood policing i did remind us what.

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"police academy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"To be a somewhat reverence when an albuquerque police lease car pulls up that we're not here to coddle you all the time if we need to we will but you know you keep screwing up you're going to jail and i don't think that message is being sent to this meaning that the the millennials a pull off their cell phones and think they're going to get a million dollar lawsuit out of every interaction with a car uh and i think it's bins that you you guys are really set up for failure i'm just i'm sorry that's my opinion so i i didn't work in a time where where people had cell phones than they were shooting shooting a video and and it i was i was working in a time where we had belt recorders basically and that's what we utilized when it because i was on from 1984 to two thousand in three and i have gree with you somewhat in the sense that i really do think when we started the citizens police academy we started to really educate the public on exactly what officers were going through out here on the street explain that to people who don't know what the citizens police together citizens police academy was a police academy set up for civilians who wanted to actually understand police work they go on a ride along they learn exactly what the day to day job is of a police officer they understand policy they understand how everything a police officer does basically they walk citizens through it see this this should be a man tori field trip for every high school student out there because that's when the problems really start to delineate themselves teenagers start to make these choices of the directions their life is headed where and you wanna talk about some things eric we used to have that great program in our public school system are you find the right yeah the great gang resistance education and training and i love that program i think it was a great program because it started out in the middle schools and we started early with that police and youth relationship and we got a lot of good officers added a great program braille because it actually fostered data relationship so much that some of our youth started to look at these officers that were were teaching them about gang resistance education and they said.

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"police academy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on KOMO

"In a vehicle in one spot to 72 hours at a time used to be one week when campers move they have to be at least one mile from their previous spotter face a ticket on the part of the ordinance made it illegal to at a tent on public property for the second time in two months can't police say a suspect has used a vehicle as a weapon resulting in the suspect being shot and killed cobbles keith eldridge reports from the scene were wednesday morning's incident took place police were responding to a call about a suspect would violated his domestic violence no contact order apparently will inside a hookah loans as officers where tourists the 20yearold they say he fled out the back door into a car that's what an officer at is canine attempted to make the arrest he got the car starring are still trying to apprehend him nassir was drug two officers fired striking the suspect officers say they immediately tried resuscitation but the driver died the officer it has canine received minor injuries a training officer at the police academy says the law considers of vehicle as a weapon a few thousand pound weapon car it can police have had to this whole investigation over to renton police so there's no conflict of interest in cab keith eldridge komo news komo news time 1210 komo sports now an update on komo sports the ms went six three or the oakland a's wednesday now they had home for seven straight at safeco field this sunday the seahawks will kick off their preseason campaign down on so cal against the laws angeles charges kickoff goes at five p m nfl has announced it will begin hiring between twenty one and 24 fulltime officials were among the current roster of one hundred twenty four for this.

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"police academy" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"police academy" Discussed on KOMO

"Efforts would include warning systems evacuation plans civilmilitary cranny radiation detection and monitoring instruments public education if history repeats itself many here in the northwest want to make sure where rats and if we did start another civil defence program i am told us funds what have to come from the federal government some believe that money would be better spent preparing for earthquake fear in the pacific northwest keira costs come only call today to free the world of nuclear weapons from japan's prime minister this morning his country remembered the hundreds of thousands of lives lost the us dropped two atomic bombs on japan during world war two today marks 72 years since the second attack on nagasaki the second time with two months can't police say a suspect has used a vehicle as a weapon resulting in the suspect being shot and killed almost keith eldridge reports from the scene with this morning's incident took place there was early in the morning police were called to the scene responding to a call about a suspect who had violated his domestic violence no contact order apparently will inside a hookah large as officers went to arrest the 20yearold they say he fled out the back door into a car assorted officer it is canine unit attempted to make the arrest he got the car story nassir still try to apprehend him nassir was drug two officers fired striking the suspect get officers say they immediately tried resuscitation but the driver died the officer it as canine received minor injuries training officer at the police academy says the law considers of vehicle as a weapon a few thousand pound weapon credit card blake sometimes it can be a little excessive certain situations but.

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