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Assailant with bow and arrows kills 5 people in Norway

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Assailant with bow and arrows kills 5 people in Norway

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an assailant kills several people with a bow and arrows in Norway a man used a bow and arrows to kill several people and wounded others Wednesday in Kongsberg Norway about forty one miles southwest of Oslo late Wednesday police said five people were killed in the attack the police chief said there was a confrontation between officers and the assailant who was arrested police were alerted to the attack around six thirty PM police say the suspect walked around the city firing arrows at people his motive was unknown hi Mike Crossey up

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Several people killed in bow and arrow attack in Norway, police say

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Several people killed in bow and arrow attack in Norway, police say

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an assailant kills several people with a bow and arrows in Norway a man used a bow and arrows to kill several people and wounded others Wednesday in Kongsberg Norway about forty one miles southwest of Oslo late Wednesday police said five people were killed in the attack the police chief said there was a confrontation between officers and the assailant who was arrested police were alerted to the attack around six thirty PM police say the suspect walked around the city firing arrows at people his motive was unknown hi

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Assailant kills several people with bow and arrows in Norway

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Assailant kills several people with bow and arrows in Norway

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an assailant kills several people with a bow and arrows in Norway a man used a bow and arrows to kill several people and wounded others Wednesday in Kongsberg Norway about forty one miles southwest of Oslo the police chief said there was a confrontation between officers and the assailant who was arrested we gin broadcaster NRK reported at least four people were dead police were alerted to the attack around six thirty PM police say the suspect walked around the city firing arrows at people his motive was unknown hi Mike Crossey up

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 UK police won't act against Prince Andrew over abuse claim

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

UK police won't act against Prince Andrew over abuse claim

"British police have announced they will not take any action against prince Andrew off to a review prompted by a Jeffrey Epstein accuser who claims that he sexually assaulted her Virginia do Frey claims she was trafficked by EPS teen to have sex with Andrew in London in twenty oh one when she was age seventeen and a minor on the US know all she's suing the prince in a US court Andrew the second son of Queen Elizabeth the second denies the allegations it all goes London's Metropolitan Police force the gun review of allegations connected to apps team with police chief Cressida Dick saying that no one is above the law but

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Taliban official: 100 dead or hurt after blast at Shiite mosque in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Taliban official: 100 dead or hurt after blast at Shiite mosque in Afghanistan

"The Taliban police official says a blast at the mosque packed with Shiite Muslim worshippers in northern Afghanistan has killed or injured over one hundred people the deputy police chief for condos province believes the majority of them have been killed in reference to the victims I think the attack may have been carried out by a suicide bomber who mingled among the worshippers inside the mosque there was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast the militants from the Islamic state group have a long history of attacking Afghanistan's Shiite minority if confirmed a death toll of dozens will be the highest since US and NATO forces left Afghanistan at the end of August under

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Texas high school shooting suspect has been taken into custody, police say

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Texas high school shooting suspect has been taken into custody, police say

"An eighteen year old student has been taken into custody hours after opening fire during a fight at his Dallas area high school your linkedin police department says Timothy George Simpkins was taken into custody without incident and charged with multiple counts of aggravated assault with a gun Kevin Colby is the Arlington assistant police chief was a fight between the student and another individual in a class audio courtesy WFAA Colby said four people were injured two of them with gunshot wounds and three of them were taken to the hospital about nineteen hundred students were evacuated from timberview high school and taken by bus to a local performing arts center to be reunified with their parents I'm

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Gloria Estefan says she was molested at music school at 9

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gloria Estefan says she was molested at music school at 9

"A popular singer has revealed something about her past Gloria Estefan says she was sexually abused at the age of nine and that the abuse came at the hands of someone her mother trusted the Cuban American performer spoke about this for the first time publicly on an episode of red table talk the Estefan's telling her Facebook watch audience he was family but not close family he was in a position of power because my mother had put me in his music school Stefan says she confronted her abuser telling him you cannot do this she says he responded by threatening to kill her mother if she told she eventually told her mom who went to the police chief says officers talked the family out of pursuing the matter because the trauma of testifying they said would be too harmful I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Michigan Lottery Winner Drowns With Ticket Still in His Wallet

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Michigan Lottery Winner Drowns With Ticket Still in His Wallet

"Story out of michigan gregory jarvis fifty seven years old. He won forty five thousand dollars in the lottery. That's a life changer. Too great story. He hit the jackpot at the blue water in he played the club. Keno add on game. The jack the owner don sqi told wjr t. flint. Very nice guy. He was here every day. He was super excited. Forty five grand but he wasn't able to immediately cash in is winning ticket because he didn't have the proper documentation he didn't have a social security card so he had to apply for a new one and he was waiting while waiting. He went out into the lake. He slipped and fell and hit his head and drowned with the lottery. Tickets still in his pocket a body. They found the body along the at a private beach. The small here on county city. A body washed ashore. It was him. The police chief said he died after drowning after striking his head. His boss said he was planning to take the money and go see his sister and his dad. In north carolina the winning ticket was retrieved from his body and handed over to his relatives now. So sad story to be sure. It's a sad story but it's a lifelong live your life enjoy your life. There are things more important than the arguments were having in the political battles were having. They are plenty but when you get frustrated when you get annoyed when you get anxious and depressed think about the tale of fifty seven year old. Greg

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Place To Hide (MM #3844)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Place To Hide (MM #3844)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You might have heard the story last week about a Kroger and suburban Memphis being shot up by a former vendor, killing one in the store, injuring 15 and then killing himself. It's been big news around Nashville because he had ties to Nashville his family still lived here, so it's still in the news today. But one of the interesting parts of the story that just kind of freaked me out a little bit was when they talked to the police chief and he praised the workers in the shoppers, saying they did the best that they could do and knew what to do. People were hidden everywhere you could find inside refrigerators, wherever it had to be. He said, we entered the building and was obvious they the employees and the customers knew what to do. Run, hide, and fight. Have you ever walked into a grocery store or a big box store and thought what happens if somebody comes in and tries to kill us? Where am I going to go? What am I going to try to do? I thought it was never entered my mind. We don't live in that world. But sadly, it looks like in a way we do, and we have to think about those things. Every time you walk into a building, you have to think, what if I have to run and hide? Are you prepared? Hate to say this, but you need to be prepared for the worst.

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Place To Hide (MM #3844)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Place To Hide (MM #3844)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You might have heard the story last week about a Kroger and suburban Memphis being shot up by a former vendor, killing one in the store, injuring 15 and then killing himself. It's been big news around Nashville because he had ties to Nashville his family still lived here, so it's still in the news today. But one of the interesting parts of the story that just kind of freaked me out a little bit was when they talked to the police chief and he praised the workers in the shoppers, saying they did the best that they could do and knew what to do. People were hidden everywhere you could find inside refrigerators, wherever it had to be. He said, we entered the building and was obvious they the employees and the customers knew what to do. Run, hide, and fight. Have you ever walked into a grocery store or a big box store and thought what happens if somebody comes in and tries to kill us? Where am I going to go? What am I going to try to do? I thought it was never entered my mind. We don't live in that world. But sadly, it looks like in a way we do, and we have to think about those things. Every time you walk into a building, you have to think, what if I have to run and hide? Are you prepared? Hate to say this, but you need to be prepared for the worst.

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The AP Interview: Capitol Police chief sees rising threats

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

The AP Interview: Capitol Police chief sees rising threats

"The U. S. capitol police chief says more and more threats are aimed at lawmakers the risk to lawmakers higher than ever the threat from lone wolf attacks is growing and U. S. capitol police chief Tom manger says we've never had the level of of threats against the members of Congress that we're seeing today months after the attack on the U. S. capitol building the left officers bloodied and bruised chief manger says capitol police cannot afford to be complacent you can never let your guard down as well protected as this is this facility is as complex as as the member as well protectors members are again it only takes one person and you too can be on your guard at all times he says the capitol police have made changes improving security at least nine people died during and after the rioting on January sixth I'm Rita folate

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Protest for Jailed Capitol Rioters: Police Ready This Time

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Protest for Jailed Capitol Rioters: Police Ready This Time

"U. S. capitol police say they're ready to respond if Saturday's rally in support of the January rioters turns violent this weekend this time there's a new capitol police chief appointed after the deadly insurrection in January that left law enforcement out powered and battered we're not going to tolerate violence and we will not tolerate criminal behavior of any kind chief Tom manger says they're not taking any chances this time with intelligence chatter suggesting violence could be on the minds of the demonstrators there have been personal threats we've had a number of threats specific threats coming again specific members of Congress Congress is not now in session the National Guard is being deployed in the capital and other key buildings are again protected with fencing Jackie Quinn Washington

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Bodycam: Gabby Petito Argued With Boyfriend Before Vanishing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Bodycam: Gabby Petito Argued With Boyfriend Before Vanishing

"There is a nationwide search for a Florida woman who vanished while on a cross country trip in a converted camper van with her boyfriend twenty two year old Gabby potatoes boyfriend Brian laundry return to their Florida home in her van ten days before potatoes family reported her missing Todd garrison is the police chief in north port Florida two people went on a trip one person returned and that person that returned isn't providing this information police body camera video in Utah shows Petitot upset telling an officer she suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder that affects our behavior police considered her the aggressor father Joe potato wants his daughter back whatever you can do to make sure my daughter comes home I'm asking for that help there's nothing else that matters to me now but he does last known contact with family was late last month from Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming I'm a Donahue

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The Latest on The Missing Case of Gabby Petito

We Saw the Devil

02:37 min | Last month

The Latest on The Missing Case of Gabby Petito

"Thursday at noon eastern time guys again thursday at noon eastern time. Today the northport florida police department will be holding a press conference. There are multiple expected speakers and this includes the northport police chief todd garrison a representative of the fbi as well as a member of gaby's family were unsure if it is her mother or father that will be televised live and i assume they will be providing an update Like a status update on this case. Secondly as you'll hear in this episode there was a domestic dispute call that was made in moab utah on august twelfth. While gabby and bryan were making their trip. At the time of the recording there was no contacts no further information. All anyone knew that there wasn't a domestic dispute. I highly suggest if you were interested in this case you join the facebook group find gabby otherwise i will be posting the actual report on all of our social media channels as well. The context with the support is actually very very very important because when you hear domestic disturbance you pretty much usually think of one or two things right so basically what happened is on august twelfth. A police officer responded to domestic hall. Apparently someone witnessed a young couple fighting. They reported a man taking a woman by the mouth and pushing her. Obviously that was enough to warrant a phone call to the police right. The police pull over the van. Brian was driving. Gabby was in the passenger seat and she was very very upset and crying. I will let you read the full report by basically. Both gabby and brian agreed. That gabby was having mental health issues. They got into an argument. There trip had been straining their relationship. They were starting to have issues and she was scratching him She had slapped him grabbed him and he apparently pushed her away. That is the story that they both maintained. The officer arrived separated them. They maintain the same story He decided to de-escalate. Brian ended up staying in a hotel with police assistance. That evening gabby state in the van. They separated them for the evening and then they got back together and by all accounts they went on their way but again i will post this police report for that. It has finally been made. Public is definitely worth reading. And i don't think it's quite what any of us expected. But as of right now a little after midnight on thursday morning That is at so check out. The police report from the domestic call on august twelfth and then also to later this afternoon at noon eastern time there will be a press conference with a status update on this

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Nearly 3,000 in LAPD To Seek Vaccination Exemptions

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Nearly 3,000 in LAPD To Seek Vaccination Exemptions

"Thousands of first responders in Los Angeles and Washington state are seeking religious exemptions to avoid mandatory covert vaccinations authorities in Los Angeles a nearly three thousand sworn officers and civilian employees in the city police department are seeking exemptions to avoid being vaccinated against Kobe eight nineteen on the basis of religion and three hundred more are seeking medical exemptions police chief Michael Moore says he won't comment on the sincerity level of people who are claiming a religious exemption in Washington state nearly five thousand state workers or eight percent are asking to opt out of the mandatory shots dozens of Washington state patrol troopers and other state and local government workers have sued the governor Jay Inslee contending the vaccine mandate violates their constitutional rights and exceeds his legal authority I'm Jackie Quinn

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Fire Kills 41 Inmates, 80 Hurt at Crowded Indonesian Prison

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Fire Kills 41 Inmates, 80 Hurt at Crowded Indonesian Prison

"A massive five whose rage through an overcrowded prison near Indonesia's capital killing over forty inmates and injuring around eighty of those the vice footage shows firefighters battling to extinguish orange flames while black smoke billows from the compound Indonesian red cross officials evacuated the victims the ambulances while dozens of bodies in orange bags we laid in a prison room a police chief was told reporters an early probe into the cause of the fire points to a short circuit in one of nineteen cells in one of the prison blocks after the fire was extinguished hundreds of police and soldiers who deployed around the prison to prevent prisoners from escaping I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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Afghanistan: Rockets Strike Neighborhood Near Kabul Airport

The Mortgage Radio Show

00:18 sec | Last month

Afghanistan: Rockets Strike Neighborhood Near Kabul Airport

"Say a child has been killed in a rocket attack in a neighborhood near the Kabul airport. The police chief says the rocket hit this morning as evacuation efforts continue. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack yet. Afghan officials have also said that three Children have been killed in a US drone strike targeting Isis. The

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Protests Against Covid Restrictions Turn Violent in Melbourne, Australia

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Protests Against Covid Restrictions Turn Violent in Melbourne, Australia

"Aren't happy and are rioting. Angry scenes in Melbourne, Australia, six police hospitalist 200 people arrested As a protest against lockdown gets out of hand. No one should be protesting at this time Police Chief Commissioner Shane Pattern It's just ridiculous to think that people would be so selfish income and do this. It follows a day of greater covid positive numbers and greater restrictions at a curfew now being introduced Scott Maimon for CBS News, Brisbane, Australia According to the

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"police chief" Discussed on Typology

Typology

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on Typology

"I'm mike so our question for you. police officers. What types do you tend to see more often than any other among police forces. I see a lot of ones. Yeah a lot of to see a lot of threes. I see bides. Not a lot of them. But i seek fides and see. Quite a few sixes. I see a ton of eight in noms. Yeah i don't see a lot of our fours and sevens. I you know i was in. I was in little rock actually deal with educators but mostly most savings that's the case but especially in pro leasing. I will occasionally have a five or four. Ice failed them now. Forwards and i always say when it comes up. I know i have him. I had a four working on a team that i laid When in my first keith go May what a what a I what are unique guy Who i waste. You need a young man united. They forced me at all souls. And i just love talking to for my son is or and he's a coach and mandy guy just awesome. I love talking with him. No there are times when thinking. I'm gonna counsel him in his counseling mean and i'm seeing but Yeah so once to threes An occasional five but quite a few since Occasional seven and eight or nine but the four seven or the two that i seldom see. Yeah i can see that lino part of the because Police department please correct me. If i'm wrong if i start to lapse into stereotypes right sevens don't like bureaucracies right They don't like repetition was right. They like spontaneity They don't like necessarily the predictability that might come. You know along the fours. I totally get it. You know. I you know it's interesting the corporate world. I rarely meet fours at least in the corporations. I've worked with right if i meet them there. Somebody like they're the web designer or they're doing very creative. You know marketing work or something like that. But there but they don't gravitate toward positions that you know we would probably suspect they wouldn't you know it's it's pretty. It's it's uncommon. I meet a lot of folks who worked for themselves. You know artists musicians now. You know You know folks in sort of creative spaces. They could be floral rangers. They could be yoga. They could be you know whatever but they're usually doing something also very hard issue you know. He's he's a coach but he's a musician right in norton's yeah. Is this coaching supporting the art. What does it support. The art is. That is that why is coaching. Because it's yes that's pretty common. I think among force. They'll they'll do another day job but it's really to support the art creative endeavor now this guy that was working for you. That was a form. Just curious about this right and i was just a regular police officer working on the street..

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"police chief" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on Houston Matters

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"police chief" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on Houston Matters

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"police chief" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

07:52 min | 4 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Craig thank you and Glad to be here honored to be here And thanks for what. Y'all do every day at the campus of uh And sending out information to our community. So i appreciate. What are the trends. We've experienced violent crime over the last year especially. Yeah just as many other major cities. I hear echo in. I'm sorry but we'll go forward. But just as other major cities we are experiencing an increase in homicides and also aggravated assaults Involved in handguns. We're at forty two percent increase from this time last year two hundred and twenty homicides Pretty alarming but again Other major cities are seven experience with some of the same numbers as well any idea. What's behind these trends. Well let's look at Harris county a lot of people don't know and don't realize natural disasters we hurricane harvey rolling here a few years ago and wrecked our entire criminal justice complex no trials and then something name covert nineteen rolled into not only our city kit the whole world pandemic files so two years holly no trials so we're backed up hundred thousand jury trials are are court processes that need to get through our court system. That's one problem okay. Look at the social services that have been closed down over over the last two years as well. You have a lot of domestic violence. You have street violence. You have individuals that normally traditionally wouldn't be committing crimes. So it's it's a number of things but the question is what do we do about. It and the police can't do it alone. Everybody has to pull in there together. I've been really clear about this. And i'm not gonna be one that points saying that other plots of the criminal justice system we all need to come together and see collectively. How do we dig out of this whole. How do we suppress Some of this violence. I'm gonna tell you. We have to put the very violent the very few individuals that committed violent crime out the violent crime. We have to come up with a plan. Collective plan in houston harris county to identify and get those individuals into court and then to jail period. Let's dive right into some calls. We have berry on the line for midtown barry. What's your question for chief. Inner yes go ahead chief. I'm not hearing him. Scream from the rooftops law and order but quick questions. One that bind to the broken windows theory. That smallest of crime encouraged times. Does he gonna get rid of the sanctuary city daily eight commit crimes to be fair and before it and he support the reform bond law from state that people rexel crime as we. Violent crimes should not be out on bonnet. No time okay. There was a little bit of echo. I heard him say that abban reform and and if if you're saying that violent criminals shouldn't be out on the streets i totally agree with you but with regards to undocumented individuals in our city. They're not committing a whole lot of crimes. Okay but my measuring stick is the same for everybody documented undocumented our citizens if you're committing violent crime you go to jail and that's where should be but i'm not gonna just single out a group of people and saying immigrants are you know some other groups and saying well they're responsible for for all of island crime or a large number violent crime when they're not. I think we should be working with individuals because if you look at them. Grant population a large population here in houston harris county. We need them as witnesses. We need them as good complainants if if they're a victim of a crime so Again we all need to work together and make sure that we're doing everything. We can decrease a violent crime and not singling out groups of individuals when he's really not justified. His other question was whether you subscribe to the so-called broken window theory that that if you start to see smaller crimes in a community that it will over time lead to larger craps absolutely but you know what it's hard for me to plot right now because of covert and and what i described to you what happened With hurricane harvey the whole system the whole infrastructure because of those two events. really decimated. You know. I'll systems all around social assistance in in in in criminal justice systems alike so we do have to begin to reveal and you gotta look at broken with one. Those theories and rebuilding. Make sure that we go block by block and making sure that we're building healthy communities. And when i mean that viable employment good education support systems so I do understand what he's saying. But it's not gonna happen overnight. Liz is in houston heights and asks now that permit. Louis carry will go into effect on september first allowing texans to carry a handgun in public with no training or background check. What is the houston police department or the city doing to educate businesses that This is liz writing that they will need to post a new thirty dot o. Five sign in their entrance windows if they want to ensure that people carrying a gun without a permit. Don't enter we are. We talked about that last week. And we're going to do Some educational campaigns and and you should see that rolling. i Right away but a lot of people. Ask me as chief chief. How you feel about this new law is gonna hit september one. I don't think it's going to help us at all. We had a way that people could get apartment and carry but if you have to get driving license to drive a car my goodness shouldn't you be able to at least get apartment where you get some signs of some type of training to pack a gun. I don't think it's a good thing for major cities julie asks. How important is it for gun owners to keep their guns locked up both at home and in their cars. Well i think we ran. The numbers Last week and i don't have them in front of me. So i'm just kinda going off of memory but i think that we're over sixteen thousand four hundred Incidents where they were Taken out of out of vehicle so That that's that's something that we really. We really need to educate owners gun on owners by safe. If you're going to have that that gun in the car please get safe. And and and and secured some kind of way and if you have home care a gun in into your home and security in the home as well and safety for the kids. That's that's gonna be in the home we're talking with houston police. Chief troy thinner. We welcome your for the chief at talk at houston matters.

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"police chief" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on Houston Matters

"This programming is brought to you by gluons francaise standing with houston in offering online french classes taught by native speakers from beginner level. Too advanced for adults and children next session starts delight nineteenth. Seven one three five to six eleven twenty. Two violent crime has been on the rise lately in houston and other large cities across the united states. I'm craig cowan today on houston matters. What's behind it..

"police chief" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

07:18 min | 8 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Here to find out because i'm sure he's concerned what's going on in my neighborhood and i just went just very pleasing to me as police chief. And i'd like to see that repeated dozens of times over and over every day. Let's talk about Let's say the police crisis negotiating team. I saw that in the news in the past week. And i know that you have a team. I think it's led by women unless the paper was wrong but it's about De escalating situations before they get out of control including people that may have mental illness that needs to be dealt with. They might be causing a disturbance. But they're not criminals per se. They're just experiencing difficulties. Can you talk about that. Because i know there's been so much. Talk the system the infant stage right now. We're looking at producing what we call a right care team and this would be an expert in mental illness crisis intervention. Who rides alone. They sworn police officer in a uniform and when calls are dispatched to officers involving a person who may or may not be experiencing emotional crisis psychological letdown. This person would be responsible for the first interaction with that subject in a very concerted effort to reduce and minimize the likelihood of any type of physical altercation. Taking place between the officer and the subject. We are not complete yet. It's in the beginning stages. There are people in the department that have been identified as people who will eventually work on this team but the main thing is we have to address does crisis and if you look at the use of force around the nation and you look at the use of deadly force around the nation a very large proportion of those encounters are with people who are suffering some type of mental trauma and we hope we hope in our our. Our hope is to identify those type situations and reduce the likelihood of having force encounter by having that person who's an expert in the mental illness field and deal with that person right on the spotlight said. Police officers don't typically get trained in depth about dealing with mental illness. I can say that we get trained but there's always always room for enhancement and always room to build on but this department is required now offices to get training in mental mental illness besides In dealing with such where. You have a mentally ill person that needs assistance. You also have other situations where things can escalate and get out of control and your crisis. Negotiating team helps with that. Also if you can touch on that yes we do have a time group of people that address issues where you might have a barricaded person hostage or whatever. How swat team will respond. Swipe team has to negotiators. Signed to talk to try to reduce the likelihood of having a encounter with any type of force and that is lead like you say it by two females. In fact we had a very good article that recently came out in the news highlighting Both of those both sergeant broussard and sergeant oaks. Who do a very good job at that. I don't know that. I could ever be a police officer. I've told bridget. Do guy that. I wanna take my hat off when griffin here with with us also i admire so much people that are willing not just once in a while but every day to suit up and show up at work and you don't know when you show up for work with the day's going entail so the takes some pretty intensive training to keep your cool right. It really does. It's it's something that i refer to as calling because a lot of us could do other things. I've had opportunities to go into private business and make tons of money but you. I'm sorry we're not getting tons of money here. I didn't look up your salary. It's never enough. Let's just leave it at that correct. We do it because we love people. We like solving problems. And we'd like to make a difference in the community and that is the core of what a police officer is. And if you find someone who does not A spouse or subscribe to those values. They're not going to be a good police officer. Because you have to. You have to love people. I know you're interested in The junior police academy to look at recruiting young people to serve. And so if you can talk about that. I know that will give people an opportunity. Young people to see. Is this something meant to do. When i'm very excited about the possibility of there simply. Because i wanted to mira. What professional sports do. Let's look at major league baseball. A person in major league baseball started in elementary school. Would we call tibo. And then they go to coach pitch and then they go to a junior high school ball and senior high school ball. And then they go to college and then the minors and then the majors phases and police and can be just like that. We identify people who are in elementary school fifth and sixth graders and we put out handing out stamp on them and we mentor them throughout elementary junior high high school into college and subsequent to that they graduate or get enough college. They become police officers. And i want to touch that because i think if you look at today's date it is february. Second two thousand and twenty one. We can go to any fifth sixth grade class in the city of lafayette in touch people and ten years from now they're going to be eligible to be lafayette police officers. And we got to increase that pool and the junior police academy we do some things that will attract them a lot of the children that we've encountered in law enforcement. They like to hear the siren. See the red light so they love. the police. Forces are the motorcycles out. Traffic officers wear or they love the look of the person in the newly pressed and starts a uniform. And i think when we can attract those children at an early age and keep them throughout their matriculation through elementary junior high school we can do a good job of so to speak put now hook sent him. They learned the profession. like they'll be taking classes. They'll be visited the police department. Police officers of all ranks ethnicities. Go out and talk to them and we'll be teaching them of..

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"police chief" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

07:39 min | 8 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Some police officers in dallas in the mid to late eighties. The police department was going through some very critical issues. A local radio station. Kabc in heaven ninety seven which is a religious station. One of their news anchors approach to leadership of our association and you know put out the ideal of having a radio show. of course he was anchor. He was responsible for spearheading the show and our leadership association with show up every friday afternoon and we will take calls for one hour from the community and the radio show was called law enforcement a call to action and it was most popular during the times when we were facing aftermath of very critical issues in our community often times it would have been The use of deadly force or by a dallas police officer in some instances where dallas officers lost their lives over severely injured in. We think that this show one way in having people to build trust one of the things that we use it for as a person had a complaint about particular police department issue we would take to complain directly the radio and go back to internal affairs to the appropriate command level officer in the police department and say this needs to be looked into and We were very successful in it. And i think it is something that i know for a fact works in the community right. Did the dallas police department mirror the population of dallas I know here. They've been working to raise. The number of minority. hires dallas. go through that. also did they did. they population. The first years of my career did not in nineteen eighty eight eighty nine the police department in the city of dallas instituted measures to where they started to actively recruit for offices of color. The city of dallas was twenty five percent. African american police department was well below that after our efforts were expended et recruiting at some of the historically black colleges and universities would we call hispanic serving institutions around the country we waiver to increase the representation up to that twenty two twenty four twenty five percent level in dallas at its height head almost four thousand officers in at the height for offices of color. We had almost a thousand of those african. i believe around six or seven. Hundred were spanish but the population itself is right now on last few years and it'll probably come out in the most recent census it's predominantly hispanic in terms of the city limits itself. How many place depar- To police officers. Do we have here in our police force. In the city of lafayette we are budgeted for two hundred eighty nine sworn officers and about forty non sworn support civilian personnel right. Now we are a few short. I think we have today as we speak about. Two hundred eighty four hundred eighty five. I didn't realize how many i know i've read about this. We have about one hundred thirty two thousand people. I guess in the city which. I didn't realize how many we had and i know that you're really wanting to encourage community involvement so that your police officers can police do their jobs. But we can do a lot as citizens and to help you guys if you wanna talk about your thoughts on that about getting more community engagement. A lot of people look at community policing as an idea or theory that has really been tested but it has been tested. I've seen in work and community policing simply means that members in the community the clergy business people the legal community the educational community get together and partner with the police department own sobbing crime and taking care of the social yields. They don't get behind the police department. They don't get in front. Get beside and i look at crime as a big elephant in the room and the community is out front in the police. Department is right beside them. The most expensive the most successful ways to reduce crime in a community is to have as many ads as possible. I just mentioned about two hundred. Eighty something police officers. I would rather have one hundred thirty two thousand people one hundred and forty thousand people with is on the community in just two hundred and eighty six. So that's the essence and the lafayette police department over. The upcoming future will community police in from the top. Down me as achieve the captains majors lieutenant. Two sergeants senior corporate corporate will be required to do at least one community event per week. And they're going to be evaluated on it's going to be a part of their performance appraisal and a community van could be going to a girl scout meeting and speaking are stopping. Bow school to mentor. Young kids are going to. your local. Church are producing a crimewatch group. So that's what we're going to start with eventually that's going to grow. I do have plans to have a particular set of offices to address social ills in the community that manifest themselves late on in calls for police services We can reduce the calls for police services by taking care of some of those social ills like trash being put up or dilapidated or vacant broken down home. I bought it up a cared for some of the code enforcement violations that we rely on citizens to do this group will be responsible for locating social ills all over this city and will address them with the appropriate personnel will need some private groups like catholic charities and the religious organizations and social organizations to help us but the goal of community policing is to reduce crime in the city but it also reduces the total number of calls that come into our nine one center. I look at it. I always use analogy of yard with a lot of weeds in it. And you call in your lawn person every week to cut the weeds down. But they grow back community policing would be you call in law person and they treat yard with a weed provider and you only need the police. Are you only need yard. Guy wants every other season if community policing works like it's designed the same thing would be with demand demand for police services neighborhoods that traditionally have been on the low end of receiving police. Services will no longer need services because things that created the need would have been identified and eliminated and then people just. It's.

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"police chief" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

07:15 min | 8 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Glover previously worked with the dallas police department for thirty six years in various capacities including deputy chief on an interim basis. He served as president of the black police association of greater dallas. A native of talulah louisiana. Chief glover earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from grambling state university. He holds certifications as a masterpiece officer as well as an expert. Domestic violence critical incident response national incident management systems and combating surviving terrorism. Chief glover joined our community at the close of two thousand twenty were honored to have him shares experience in heart for policing with us. Welcome to discover lafayette shave. Thank you good morning and good morning to all of yours yes. I'm thrilled to be here so quickly after you join us in our community. I had the pleasure of meeting you at the south side Community relations committee. And i saw the effort that are being made to not only work with the community but to partner with other Other law enforcement professionals. Such as marshall reggie thomas representatives from the sheriff's department and so on. So i'm looking forward to hearing your story What made you apply for the job to come to. Lafayette number one I've always had a love for law enforcement. Louisiana's my home state The only place that. I've applied for a job since i retired from active duty as a dallas police officer was in the state of louisiana. I have maternal roots to southern louisiana. Although i was born and reared in the northern part of the state but Lafayette presents itself as a special place for policing and severi department. There are a lot of positive things that are going on here. And there are some challenges Particularly from a standpoint of culture that we have to a man we have to enhance and we have to make sure that the lafayette police department is moving into the twenty first century. And i actually had a discussion with a former chief in dallas. Who actually talked to me first about the city of lafayette and lafayette police department. In sort of instilled in me that i would be a good fit for it i. I didn't know what i was going to do it so i started looking into it. I started reading the history. I started studying lafayette. I liked the climate. I like the opportunity for Educational enhancement so all of those things about the community attracted me the valence. An abundance of healthcare here The different coaches all. Those things are very attractive. But one of the most prolific reasons. That i wanted to do this. I thought i could make a difference in what lafayette was going through I came from a department. That mirrored would laugh here is going through some twenty five thirty years ago starting in the mid to the late eighties. We had the same issues on the table. And my previous history. I was a part of a police association that worked very hard at trying to bridge that gap in me and the tears into wounds in the community in lafayette presented itself as somewhere where i could go in and make a difference. And that's why. I chose to apply for this job and i'm very honored to be selected as on of a lifetime. I say every day. I am thankful to man president. Gillary for having the you know the goodness to To employ somebody like me as his police. Chief is first choice as police chief. And so i'm very thankful for that. We've there's so much here to talk about when i think about dallas. It's such a larger metropolitan area. And i typically think of there being A larger population of maybe hispanic people in. I don't know if back in the eighties when you're talking about it. Was it mainly the that the same problems we're having here. D- was minorities overall that were being. Maybe mistreated Well a lot of it had to do it. Use of force but it was spread across the community as a whole We had outside consultants to come in and review the police department from top to bottom and they made recommendations to the city leaders and you had a disproportionate number of people of color black and hispanic Being the subject of encounters with police officers that ended in the use of force or the use of deadly force and consultant's study showed that and we had to mend fences. We had to change our curriculum. We had to review and a man the deadly force and the use of force policy We began to see the importance of getting the community involved in law enforcement. And please don't get me wrong. Dallas had these issues years ago but they still have the same issues and so they're working on a daily basis to try in implement programs similar to some things that i want to do here in lafayette to help us move forward. So you spent your. I mean your career up to this point has been in dallas. You went straight. They're out of school and made that your home for thirty six years. It looks like yes. I have three months out. Have forty years in law enforcement. Without a break i served as a full-time pay dallas police officer for thirty six and a half years and i left on one day in less than twenty four hours later i showed back up as a reserve doing some of the same things i did as a full time officer and i just resigned as a reserve twelve days ago so my entire career. Almost forty years in about three months has been spent In law enforcement would one agency ryan. I've enjoyed chief. When i was doing a little research on. You know thank goodness for google internet but i was really Really pleased to see the amount of effort that you made in dallas. Because i know you're going to bring that same personality here but to reach out to the community. I know that she started a you had a radio call in show where people could talk. You encourage the community to reach out to you and the police department. I'm assuming that was all part of the change of culture in dallas and it was also some of it was a result of some the death of.

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"police chief" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

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"police chief" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

04:40 min | 10 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"Go back out to frederick county when it looks like a pretty solid class. I live on the block where they run when they have to do their runs. Because i'm at the other end of church where the academy is. So i get to see the class as they're running. I'm like that was a good solid class. Go in there so i. I teach many courses over there for this classes that teach defensive tactics. I teach firearms. Sometimes i teach the four year class the community policing crime prevention by speech policing i i teach courses over there and it's a lot of fun i really really do. Enjoy that but community policing what we do here or the way we accomplish our goal keeping it safe. We have investigators. These are all qualified. Guys i have three former chiefs of police work here at the college. We retired special agent from virginia state. Police that work here now we. There's a retired sergeant. Virginia state police superior at the desk right now and Sergeant dominguez on the fokker campus. He worked for prince william county for seventeen years. So all of our guys. I mean the average length of time in law enforcement experience from outside coming in around fifteen years or more of experience in law enforcement out in the community. So when we come in here are guys are very well experienced. I was investigator for page county for years. And what we do now. Is we take all this. Investigative knowledge forcement knowledge and then we combine it with the community policing model so then we step back out into this community. And what do we do with students while we engage with them on a daily basis. We know these students we talked to them and we help them in any way we can isn't going to do for you. We start these conversations and his great. I speak in the criminal. Justice classes do a murder case presentation. I do want on discussion then. We have a good time. You talk about teaching classes. Have you become a student why you've been here at l. Afc been taking classes. I prefer the creative writing and english classes..

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"police chief" Discussed on LFCC Stories

LFCC Stories

05:40 min | 10 months ago

"police chief" Discussed on LFCC Stories

"For conversations with current and former students to hear their funny and inspiring stories as we learn about their journey to higher education the role that nfc has played where they are now and where they plan to go also talked to current and former professors about their experiences and best memories of l. fcc over the past fifty years get every single episode as they're released on our website at the river. Nine five three dot com under the podcast tab or you can subscribe for free and apple. Podcasts google podcasts. On spotify amazon music wherever you listen to podcasts just search for l. Fcc stories we are having a conversation today with jay roy. He is the chief of police. For lord fairfax community college understand. Who is quite a wrangle to get you to come. Sit and have a conversation with me today. i just have a lot on. The schedule is hard to say no to brandy brandy. Ask for something then she. She can usually give me to do it. Is it chief of police. For lord fairfax community college. What exactly do you do here. Yes we have a police department here at. The college established ten years ago in two thousand ten and shares an anniversary with the college. This is our fiftieth for the college but the tenth for the police department a so. We went through that process about ten years ago. But as chief of police all campuses we have four locations to campuses and then two centers and we have fourteen. Police officers that cover shifts and schedules on all the campuses. And i think sometimes that's the misconception. At least for those of us that live here locally in and around middletown is we think of just this campus as being the only piece of llc see and it really isn't no there's so much going on all the campuses in fact we're building building over in the right now so we've had a campus there for over ten years and now they're raised money to build a more complete campus and in turn out beautiful so walk me through a typical day. What's it like for you here. At campus especially during the pandemic. We'll talk in a minute about what it was like before pandemic but what's it like for you now. It's really changed. Campus life quite a bit. There's not many students on campus now other than our dental program nursing programs or other health professions. We have workforce classes with the trades. A lot of those folks are here so we still interact with them and we work with them through this time since our populations decrease so much. We put an emphasis on training with the police officer. So we've been developing training and teaching courses than we have police academy one mile away. And i teach that kademi and we have at least half of our staff. Our law enforcement..

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"police chief" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"police chief" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"For things across this country that probably would have never happened several years ago and so I think it always on and to be honest with you I. Think it causes more stress. To potentially think about being involved in a situation where a fatal USA forces being used or a fight with somebody that that you know ends up in serious injury or whatever I think that's probably causing as much or more stress right now been senate bill to seventeen. And already stressful profession as you maintain. That thin Blue Line between incivility and a peaceful society. Absolutely and you know I people that got into this career in this job still WanNa do the same thing and that's to help people and and to keep take care of victims and and be able to put the the worst of society away so that they don't harm people I mean, I know that still what's in their heart but certainly still has a huge. Effect on their mind and the way they respond and what they're either afraid to do or not to do based on what's going on in the country right now, and like I said, even with the tremendous support here, it doesn't mean that that can't turn on a dime Brian. If a situation happens that's really outside of our control as far as social media and the media. People from the outside coming in and making an issue out of something. What's the best way that we can demonstrate our support? But you know and again I I wanted to, as I told yesterday I wanted to take this time to say thank you to systems agree because we've had a tremendous outpouring of of people who have fried meals by the police department dropped off cookies, written cards, groups of kids right and big posters about support of their police and and just waving and and I I don't know how many times and I think I hear it from the police officers all the time in the last few months they've been told thank you more than they probably have any time in their career and and that. May Seem small, and it is small but but it is important because when the police officers here that over and over it starts to give them hope that you know what they're still doing this job for the same reason and purpose that they started down this career. So I I WANNA say a big. Thank you to the Citizens Agree Greeley and I did posted video here just in the last week or so on our facebook page say thank you to everybody here at having some of the officers on their after me. Thank. Thank you for for all the kindness that they've shown. Well and we can't say thank you enough Greeley police chief mark. Jones thanks so much for taking the time. You Bet I'm glad I could and and thank you for the opportunity. That eighteen thirteen ten KFI K thirteen ten. KFI K. Dot. com..

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"police chief" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"police chief" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Well thank you very much. It's always always a pleasure to talk about books and To address Rita's even since it will second time yes Might help you with your thousand in Australia at the side of the World New Zealand. Aren't you thanks for listening to the joys of binge reading podcast you can find all all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys of Binge Reading Dot Com. We'd love to hear your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on Itunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and happy reading The joys of bench reading podcast is put together with fantastic technical help from Dan. Cotton and Abe Raffles Dan. Dan is an experienced sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project? SEEK HIM OUT AT D. We see audio services at G. MILE DOT COM that Steve for Daniel CPA Charlie Audio Services Mrs X. Amount Dot Com or check casher nights. He's fast he takes pride and getting it right and he's great to work with a voice. I was done by a rebels. Another gym of sound and scream. I'm has tweeted years of experience. On both sides of the camera mm-hmm run slash microphone as a cameraman director and also as a voice artist and TV. Presenter I think you'd a grey that his voice is is both lighthearted and warm. He is super easy to work with no matter what the job you'll find him at a a B not at this point and shoot dot car DOT INSEAD as I say the full details in the Sharon arts on the website. That's it for now. Thanks for listening. Hopefully see you next week bye.

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"police chief" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"police chief" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Me. She Washington and I went down to see country in Arkansas. Whom I've known from university to Knoxville and he said well what are you up to now and I said well? I'm as well as during the Guardian and stuff in Washington working on a book on the history of the Cold War and he said you know Martha and he said all of our lives. Great power relations have been about missile weights and then meetings have been arms control summits and we're heading into a new world. It won't be geopolitics anymore. It's going to be geo-economics instead instead of missile which it's going to be your trade figures and instead of arms control so Mitch. It's GonNa be economic trade summits and I thought absolutely right from the geopolitics Geo Economics and That was next store insight from a man I still. I still think very highly sentence. Yeah you have this. You have this sort of access to to to people who are in the sea taking decisions and it's it's fascinating. What what I remember from Brussels in particular was that I was one of a group of journalists who latched onto a story about corruption in the European Commission which led eventually to the master technician of the entire all of our team members the time of the European Commission which had never happened before and it was a real? I think it was a real breakthrough moment which helped shift the balance of power from the commission towards the parliament. I don't the thinking then that unless they really cleaned up this Messin bustles. It was going to be very very hard to get people to carry on supporting us and suddenly they haven't been ended up. Yeah it sounds from yeah I mean I haven't followed it at all closely but sitting on the other side of the world. It sounds as if they anti-british that people in Britain at the time of they referendum just as a very poor job of representing. What the significance of the change was that got themselves in Toyo whole now? Haven't they how. How do you think it's time to lane well? I I think you're right yesterday. They didn't come well. They're up against a big live from Boris Johnson in the backseat here as well. How much money would be coming back to England if we left the E U and it does not put him W have you been. Yates Eastern sixteen when he says The best lack all conviction the worst are full of passionate intensity exit. Those of us who was in support of of staying we lacked all conviction because we had our own critiques. The European Union I think the Fisheries Policy is an economic crime. And I think that'd be agricultural policy you. It's been a disaster however saying a lot on the balance I think it should to stay together. Then fix it. By contrast the people who hated who who wanted to wanted to be they have this passionate intensity and that's a very powerful tool in politics so I Whether we can at the last minute sort of save ourselves from what would be a really grim economic picture if we do We will have to sing. Yeah yeah switching back to your life and career is one one thing you've done more than any other that you see as the secret of your success as a fictional particularly I think I think one thing has been prepared to go on and do these readings not just in not just in In Germany Germany Switzerland but elsewhere in Italy. I've done a lot of England every drew a couple of tours in the US so I think that's that's been that's been in something and then secondly I think I think everybody in the world has a soft spot for something about the frank way of life. I mean I love ah how much we wanted to criticize funds as a as a country or French politicians. There's something about the the whole way of life from the center of warm Queso to through the to the La La or to the French approach to life which we all find extremely doctor and so I think I've been very lucky in writing about Lebel force and finding that I'm in a posh of phones which is actually unique magical. I still I still delighted. Likes being in the Pentagon that's wonderful. You split your time now. I think Twain Washington and the Perogordo you I will. I'm I'm yes I'm I'm sort of. I guess about three months of the I'm on the road doing Doing Book Tours and promotion events and so on but about half the I mean the Pentagon and the restaurant in Washington all indeed in in London. I'll be in London for Christmas for example the usual family event great. Yeah yeah yeah math as reader because this is cool the joys of binge. We don't really have much time for binge reading but are there other people that you read for your entertainment not your research and have you any recommendations for lesson. Oh yes I mean. I'm a I'm My classic big dream is a man called Patrick. O'Brien series called about the Maastricht commodities series about jackal brea a swashbuckling sparkling English naval officer periodic wars and his friend Stephen Method. And that's that I mean I've read them all through at least three times. which was a boy? I was fascinated by hornblower and his average I I've always loved Sherlock Holmes I think is the Mazda but I've also enjoyed the other books coding daughter in particular historical novels Nigel. The White Company about hunger gifts will which meant that. I knew an awful lot about videos before actually came to the Perry goal And then I do enjoy a loss of science fiction and other. All the speculative fiction which explores alternative ways in which the human race will respond to its environment. So I always loved the novels of Stephen Baxter. I think Ralph Heinlein is an absolute classic. Is He's short. He's Novella. The move is a harsh mistress. I think is an absolute jewel. which kind When she tries to imagine what Free Market Society might be like? And then there's the Ben Baba's that Mas Grandma's Dumas service which I think just terrific whenever I'm short so I just reach for other make and do you read digitally now. I'm sorry. Do you read able. I didn't do. I dived. Who have read books when traveling because when you're on a month long book tour it's a bit look for them but I much prefer the feel of a book in my hand? Yes yes we're coming to the end of that time together so cling around looking back. AH The your rising life at the stage of your career. If you went to little again. Is there anything that you would change. And that star walks well either endeavor to meet my wife earlier. We've been married longer. I guess I other than that. No not really. I just think that like so many people of my generation who have bought the World War Two. We have this sort of extraordinary or growth under public free education and in Britain Rica. Who just so lucky in Rabat? And then in my career being in Moscow for the Cold War and then gene I I'm just so lucky and all the things I've been through senior no anything migration. It'll be he didn't Miss Much Ha. That's fantastic yeah. So what did you and Julia get together. Oh we we actually met. I can tell you the date. It was the twenty six or February of Nineteen nineteen. Seventy seven We got married in May of the following year. And we've been together ever since it's forty one years and We got two wonderful daughters and duty has been with me all the way and Moscow and then in Washington and I didn't Russell's and I don't know it's just She's an extraordinary woman. And I still I will never understand her I just sort of my own go along with the flow so I think it's a wonderful tribute for has been to make that. They wished they'd be wife earlier. I got even heard anybody say that. So so what is next for matching the writer. Are you a big goal Fisher when you look at the mess. What are you working on? Well I'm working on a a book about the pedagogue itself on its history and traditions and culture Which I'm I'm close to being finished because having finished the Buono that will come out next year which is going to be called shooting the shooting at Chateau rock is already written with my publisher? And I'm watching the one for twenty twenty long along and I've also got an idea. I'm playing with for an entirely different set of Of of of historical novels speculative I started from the walls which has nothing to do with Bruno. Retool on it's so I have all of these things then of course I know I like to call it about wine every every month for a British paper for German magazine Do keep busy. Which is the the best thing that can happen to anybody this age? Yeah yeah absolutely. I'll be have a lot of personal interaction with your e just with the tools that you do You and from the fact that willing to go out there and do things like sing songs. You obviously enjoy that report with them. Do you also interact online. And if so we can people find Well I do to a degree I mean we have the Brunner chief of police Bombed website which has That that that blogging. There's a lot about the paralegal Bruno and so on and about food And that's probably the the best placed I'm I'm on facebook but I'm I'm getting to the point. Apparently well I'm not going to be able to have any will facebook friends because there's a limit time even have So I the website is probably the best race. Yes yeah that's wonderful. And he got any tourists coming up reading tourist or Yes yes I do. I mean I've got I've just finished one and I've just done some in the states but I we're planning now. The the tour in in May all been Germany and may of next year and the the Big Chore in In the states in June but in the end it on your February we all do another literature or in in Florida and Then I got some misery festivals trust attended. Well there's no restrooms you it's not. It sounds like it sounds. Look it's been wonderful to talk and Thank you so much for your time with all the other things you've got on really appreciate you making yourself south.

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"police chief" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"police chief" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"You think. I was fascinated by Josephine Baker herself. And the fact that not only was your as terrorists. Who would smuggle out resistance documents in her underwear she? She was was decorated by charge to five but she was also Determined to raise this family of as an example of anti-racism antiracism. She adopted nine children from each one from a different part of the world to raise them together as part of my family and when Martin Luther King was shot and the number that Josephine Baker had been aside at the great march on Washington and sixty three when he gave his speech. I have a dream and she then eh the crowd and we shall overcome when he was shot. 'cause that's a King Martin Luther King's widow us does have been because of the leadership of the civil rights movement. Put Josephine no count upon these children. Are we talking. Oh Gosh really fascinating. That didn't know that Brunell and also has his own cookbooks. have done remarkably well. You'd want International Award says one of them the basic book in French cuisine. And I think you do. Have your wife Julia to to partly Create it for that don't G. O.. Hugely credit for that. I mean every recipe that one finds in a brutal noble although I have cooked myself but we Julia standing my shoulder and Julia who was also a journalist. Vote for Lemay magazine about truth Washington Post and so on She is an extraordinarily good cook and so When my my some of my publisher says you must I do a Brunette cookbook? I WANNA turn helplessly to my wife and said you gotta come in on this and So yes and Judas as a Jew without Julia we probably wouldn't be in the public all. I wouldn't have been watching the Budo series and I certainly wouldn't have just a cookbook. So it's really old to her and I think you've got to speak at one that's do you absolutely. It's his camera. We launched it in Books in In an in a truck garden cookbook. It's a lot more of our time about our garden. The way become increasingly. I think green. We don't Vegetarians Italians tool but with increasing the delighted by they are living on our garden from. That's lovely I. I should warn on people that are listening that a lot of reviewers say that they get very hungry while they're eating Bruno novels where my wife says with every novel comes Truer Keillor's even do it very strong following in Germany and I think the French thanks German TV series being made on the Brunei series. And some of your works a publicist in Germany. How did that come about well? I I go absolutely stupendous league. Good German publisher called and when they decided that they would take on my novels. I was in my dinner with the founder of the company and Daniel Kahl this Sunday taking over and then he'll get said well launching. We're going to be behind you but you have to be behind us. That means I'd like you to promise me this evening. You will do at least two weeks booked for every In Germany and I said well okay but but why is that so important. He said in in Germany. The don't just want to read them. They want and they want to smell it. Really you feel like it comes out that it's the Hugh in Germany. There was this huge tradition of also readings and partly because they have fixed prices and book sales every small town in Germany so bookstore and it acts like a kind of a cultural center bins in authors on a regular basis for readings until this last two. I did in October. I actually did my five hundred reading and German language countries Germany Austria Switzerland and it's And we've worked out something like forty thousand people have actually attended. Live these events that an extraordinarily kind of loyalty base. I think that it's an I enjoy partly because I believe in which all have fun so sometimes I will sing and so on and and Trying to make a bit of a show of it for them. Whenever there was a song take we have this song taking place in the book? I will sing the song. It's wonderful not these meetings in English or Jenna I do well I. My German is go a lot. Better start off giving a talk in German and then there would be a German actor to do the job. That's I will be And we'll do you and A and and and German. It's I've learned more about Germany and the lost in these last. Thanks to Buna these last few years and indeed. I've seen more of Germany's most Germans fantastic giving back to the TV series. How far along is that? Are we like need to ever see one in English. I mean I think obviously leans itself beautifully choosy. Oh I don't know I mean I know that there's There's a meeting of the council which the the French and German people are GonNa talking to one of the big American groups about whether they which would how whether they can work together on this? We will see. I don't know it's up to my I mean I'm just so ignorant to this entire world I leave these message to To my extra agent and I just if if it comes uh-huh tomorrow comes about if it doesn't well. RV You know yeah Did you had any idea when you say Brunei that you'd still be rising Brunei Tameer daily ten years later. No No. It's more than ten years. I don't know I I really. I really didn't yeah. The first one came out in two thousand tonight. So I I didn't have any idea would go like this and not even when Julia made me write these five paragraphs about the next walking in the series But it's it's it's just been. I think I've been very very lucky. And I was one of the first person to try and make the paralegal itself and its history and prehistory and its food and its wines into a character. I mean because it's very much about this region and so the people just sort of I think very much responded to this sense of place the goal gives to the nobles and I think you're uh-huh member of one of the groups that you've been very much on it as as a member of the community these days having well. Ah been terribly nicely very welcoming to me into the family. I'm too Under a Basset Hound And so yes I was. I was elected a the grand council of the Consular Levin it measure which was muddy setup back in twelve fifty four to oppose the quality of measure like wines and and I moved Chevalier Federal. I'm GonNa want to other things like that and they couldn't have been nicer to me. Yes yeah that's lovely that's lovely Heads just moving on to your wider career. The some of the books if you've written some fascinating and they do reflect your career as a foreign correspondent you've covered the end of communism in Moscow you've covered Clintons turns Washington and they unhappy am happy story if you're you and brass buckles What would you say that with the most interesting thing? Stand up to you and would you protect the brand back then. Well I mean it was a number of events would stand out with one of them was I got to know Margaret Factor. Quite well I. I was in Muslim. Because she'd read my book about Gorbachev Strata of came out very early and six And she likes it and she he would make a point whenever she was in Moscow of of having a quiet private chat with me And I would go and see her after she no longer became administer. I never voted for her but I admire the hell act as a woman as a human being and so being with her Moscow and seeing outside the room in the Kremlin imminent where she and Gorbachev for Talky hearing gales of laughter coming from inside and then if the Maltese multi summit and not into nine when George Bush Gorbachev for the first time they were having coming to meet in ships in the harbor and there was a storm came up. George Bush was trapped. Act on his American battleship Gorbachev was Russian crews with him and I seventy five myself with Global Shaw and Edward Shevardnadze the mini in this stuff at the bar having coffee with nothing else to do because they couldn't make Bush couldn't leave his boat. And so having this imprompt you chat with Gorbachev Offer Shevardnadze was was was was quite fun then Then I remember when I often go. The Guardian made me move.

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"police chief" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"police chief" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

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"police chief" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"police chief" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

"It was everybody before we start the twenty minute morning show. Let me tell you about anchor. If you've never heard of anchor this is the easiest way to make a podcast so let me explain Blaine. It's free there's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or your computer anchors going to distribute your podcast for so it can be heard on spotify apple podcasts and many more you can make money from podcasting with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast and one place so listen. Download the free APP right now or go to anchor dot. FM to get started and now stand by for the twenty minute morning show from our studios in Charlotte North Carolina. You're listening to the twenty minute morning show for Tuesday December third three weeks weeks ago Chicago. PD Police Superintendent. Eddie Johnson said he was retiring at the end of the year for the Chicago Police Department but on Monday newly the electric Chicago Mayor. Lory lightfoot fired Superintendent Eddie Johnson before he could retire today. I'm announcing that I terminated Eddie Johnson employment as Superintendent of Chicago Police Department for 'cause effective immediately upon reviewing the materials to Eddie Johnson Inspector General's ongoing investigation investigation regarding the events of October sixteenth. And early morning hours of October seventeenth and thereafter is become clear that Mister Johnson engaged in a series of actions. That are intolerable for any leader in a position of trust particularly the head of the Chicago Police Department but prior to his firing on Monday Superintendent Eddie Johnson was under investigation. Mayor lightfoot says this whole thing ties to The night of October seventeen the early morning hours when police Superintendent Eddie Johnson was found asleep in his vehicle slumped over the steering wheel now according to an inspector general report lightfoot says Johnston engaged in conduct unbecoming unbecoming of a police chief saying he had several ethical lapses and flawed decision making that she feels are intolerable. She wouldn't specify what exactly Johnson Johnson is accused of saying out of respect for his wife and children. She would not go into detail but said that this report may become available to the public at some point. Point two former Superintendent Eddie. Johnson lied about having a health scare. Superintendent Eddie Johnson has a health scare and it happened late at night while he was driving home home it was just after midnight here thirty four in Aberdeen when police were dispatched to a report of a man behind the wheel of a stopped car in our the will study fourth place in Aberdeen. Everyman's sports place. There's a person Cigarettes a black Chevy responding officers didn't say it on the Radio but the department confirms it was Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson behind the wheel wheel slumped over and asleep the words the dispatcher related from a caller Johnson was on his way home from a dinner. Spokesperson says the superintendent suffered a medical incident after a change in medication earlier this week but today here's what Chicago Mayor Lightfoot had to say Eddie. Johnson intentionally lied to to me several times even when challenged him about the narrative that he shared with me he maintained he was telling the truth I now know definitively that he was not had. I known these facts at the time. I would have relieved him of his duties superintendent.

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