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"police commission" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:08 min | Last month

"police commission" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Police Commission. There was no stopping. Frisk. It wasn't Ray Kelly thing. It was really a Bloomberg thing. And I think they didn't under Giuliani. But when Bloomberg came in, he was stop and frisk crazy. It was 40,000 and was 100,000. And then what? I think it went to 400,000 people a year it was too much Stop and frisk. And different commissioners have explained this to me. You can do it right And you can do it wrong. If you do it, right. You're sending veteran cops to do it. They know who to stop. They know their neighborhood. They know who the bad guys are. But if you do go to 400,000, you got rookies doing it or stopping everybody stopping. Uh, good people don't need to be stopped. So that that's the problem. You can do it right? But I think that's why you need Curtis. He knows this stuff better than I know. You decide. Well, Eric Adams was in the NYPD. Go talk to the NYPD. They all can't stand him. They also it was terrible there, uh, been accused of all kinds of things was facing a departmental trial there quick before it happens, so that needs a little looking into Joe Biden. I think you see these polls. These new polls, which you won't get much coverage, but approval ratings dropping like crazy. People are totally disillusioned this home at the regular public, not Republican or Democrat, just normal people. They they see this guy's a bumbler. He's in confident He's not all there. Simple. There's nothing simpler than a border crisis that's a simple and build a wall. Put some guards. They're just guard the border and build a wall. Problem solved it. It's not some complex problem like international monetary. This is an easy one. They can't fix it. And people start to realize that Kamala Harris Isn't it? Just a dope? Just a moron. Am I wrong? You're laughing LeBron, Uh, compared to De Blasio, who's better? Well, uh, I'd have to say De Blasio is smarter. It's just Oh my God. We were talking Well, we're time when one is an EQ and 90 one's got an I Q 92. Maybe so. Uh, I don't know. But if you said, you know, Kamala Harris, the millions of people coming across the border, see if you can figure this out. She goes down there. People are flooding across the border. Then, she says, we must go hunt for the root cause may be the whole borders wide open. You took down the wall, Put the wall there or guarded. Put a bunch of military They're in. Good. Maybe that's the root cause it's open. You know, like Macy's at night this, you know they closed the store. Overnight and they don't get everything robbed out of the story. The reason is they have a wall. They got a guard. They flocked. You can't get in. That's it said it's pretty much that simple. If you opened all the doors and left, I'm sure everything will get robbed. And Kamala Harris would go. We kind of find the root cause of this. The root causes close the door and lock it. It's that simple. People are disillusioned with both of them. Joe Barton, Let me ask you a question. I want an honest answer. You know when you get on a plane and the pilot comes out, or you see the pilot walk aboard the plane. If Joe Biden you didn't know who he was, if he walked on the plane with that dazed look in his eyes. And said, Would you stay on the plane? Or would you run off the plane? At that point that that would be scary? Him flying a plane? Yeah. Alright. Let me ask you a question. You're going to go somewhere. Would you let Joe Biden drive you in a car? Oh, definitely not definitely. What is that? Same h. I mean, everybody, You ask the same thing. Would you let him drive? Unit car? No, I'd be afraid. But I'll let him run the whole country. I'll put him in charge of my safety, my pocketbook with him running. Somebody else's really steering this car, I think Okay, Well, that's reassuring. Don't worry. Somebody else's running it. We don't know who or where. Somewhere there's a Secret committee running everything so Hey, this infrastructure Bill passed a trillion dollars. Now you have to. I just want to keep explaining this over and over again. When truck Schumer When these guys get out there on camera, start talking about infrastructure. You never heard him so enthusiastic,.

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"police commission" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:01 min | 2 months ago

"police commission" Discussed on KCRW

"An event today. Adriana Cabrera of South L. A mutual aid says it's a criminal act and needs to be treated as such clear. Community of house in Los Angeles. Her father, LAPD claims it was an accident, but we know that it was not an accident. Oppressive military farm equipment is not accidents. Well, some are asking for reparations for community members involved, including people still out of their homes. Chief, Moore told the L. A Police commission today. There have been more than 200 applications for assistance, said the attorney, Mike Fewer, also said his office has gotten dozens of claims against LA related to that explosion. There are only four states that don't have rules on the books, stripping badges from officers with records of serious misconduct California by the way, one of them Senate Bill two would change that, and it's closer than ever to becoming long. But his KCRW's Tara Patreon reports, law enforcement unions have been donating generously to majority Democrats ahead of the vote. Law enforcement organizations and police unions have spent months lobbying against SB two. While it's not unusual for them to donate money to mostly moderate Democrats, the latest donations give pause. The Sacramento Bee reports. Some contributions in recent weeks have gone into the accounts of more progressive leaders like San Diego Democrat Lorena Gonzalez. She's the chairwoman of the Assembly Appropriations Committee, which is next in line to review the bill. Since SB two passed the state Senate in May, the L. A Police Protective League and the Deputy Sheriffs Association of San Diego have poured tens of thousands of dollars into her various accounts. Her representatives have rejected any connection between the bill and the donations. But when the bill was in that critical Senate vote in the spring, the senators who abstained were Democrats who received funds from law enforcement groups. SP two is expected to be voted on Body Assembly committee in the coming weeks. Support for NPR comes from We work We work access memberships are designed to provide an escape from work from home distractions with access to nationwide workspaces by the day or month. Learn more and we work dot com slash NPR Right now. 75 degrees in Santa Monica at.

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"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:03 min | 2 months ago

"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"By the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission, the ultimate gang that couldn't shoot straight that on Monday. Al Morales, the former chief of police in Milwaukee, will return and will become the present chief of police in Milwaukee. Now let me be real clear here. I think Alfonso Morales was one of the best chiefs the city of Milwaukee has had in the last couple decades. But what we also know what happened is he was never the mayor's choice. And the he was a split choice by the firing Police Commission members of the Common Council who were playing to a small but loud members of their base, who didn't like the fact that Al Morales was tougher on crime, and they thought he should be. And they didn't like the fact that he was cracking down on people and making sure that you know we didn't have the degree of riots that we had in Milwaukee, like they had in the Kenosha. Or maybe even Madison. Didn't like any of that. So Al Morales got on the wrong side of some generally liberal, generally pro criminal members of the community. And so what happened is the fire and Police Commission ousted him and and we all know the circumstance. What they did is they demoted him, which was effectively what they call in the law a constructive discharge. That means that they didn't really They didn't formally fire him from the department, but they essentially forced him to quit. So they demoted him to captain. He then left sued. We all know the results of that in Milwaukee County Circuit Judge has said, by the way with the agreement of the city attorney that the Fire and police Commission violated his various rights And he's entitled under the law to have his job back unless they can reach a settlement. Well, the city of Milwaukee apparently doesn't want to pay him. Um what he would otherwise be entitled to, so they'd rather have him come back. Now I think having Al Morales back as the head of the police department is a great thing, But there's a big but that goes along with this are right. First of all, you have to understand. That Al Morales. It's got to be free to run the police department, like he thinks it's appropriate to run the police department. Now the firing police commissions had a lot of turnover. But if the fire and police Commission is now going to try to micromanage his actions and say, Okay, well, al Morales wants to bring back the gang squad. Al Morales wants to start implementing more of a broken windows type of thing. And the firing Police Commission ends up telling him no. Well, we're just going to be right back where we were months ago. If Al Morales is going to come back, the fire and police Commission has to step back and let him do his job. I don't know that they're necessarily going to be willing to do that. On top of it. You've got to understand when I say what a mess. This is the deal. In the well, he left. He was demoted in August. Since then, you've had now to interim police chiefs. Alright, those interim police chiefs they've They've surrounded themselves with members that they've got a command staff, so they've promoted. You know people that they wanted to promote that. That's fine. But I have a pretty good idea that some of the people that have been promoted to different positions are people that Um, now Chief Morales doesn't necessarily thinks belongs in those positions. So it will be interesting to see how how this is handled, namely, You know what's going to happen to people who might have been elevated in the last few months? Are they going to now be demoted our our new people going to come in. It's just a complete and total mess. Now again, I think it's great that Al Morales is back is the police chief. I just don't see. How this is a workable sort of situation. I don't which is why I think the city Cheapening their cheeping out and not paying him. I mean, look at all the money. The city of Milwaukee pays to people who have claims, some of which are are not exactly the The most valid sort of claims, but they pay them because it's the politically correct thing to do. So if you're going to bring our Morales back that that's great, But you've got to get out of his way and you've got to. And this is addressed to the mayor and the Common Council and Fire and Police Commission. You've got to let him do his job, because if all this is is a sham, you bring him back. But now what we're going to try to do is we're going to try to get rid of him again. Except this time we're going to try to do a better job of dotting our I's and crossing RTs. Which is entirely possible, given the way the fire and police commissioners behaved over the years. Well, then you're not doing anybody any good, then it's better to just pay him. Send him on his way and move on with whoever the new broom is that you're going to bring in and let that new broom sweep clean. So here. I mean, here's the deal. If this is a shotgun marriage that that's fine, but you have to allow Al morale is to be al Morales. And I'm just not sure that the again the fire and police Commission, the common Council or the mayor, or willing to do that, and if they're not It's just a betrayal of the people in the city of Milwaukee. So I I don't know how all this is going to work out. I'm candidly surprised that it's gotten to this stage. I thought at some point in time. Some people in the city of Milwaukee would have just recognize that look, I think it's important to end up moving on and so you pay and plus, you know, uh, Chief Morales. He's got a federal lawsuit. I mean, you've got this the the lawsuit about the job, but he's got a federal lawsuit that's pending against the city as well. So now you're going to be in a position of a chief who was improperly fired who's now reinstated as the chief and at the same time. No, he's pursuing a federal action against the city. It's just what What is. What are those three words We've been using to describe this program today. It's a mess. It's just an absolute mess. I hope it all works out for the best, because, like I say, I think the Fire and Police Commission. Did a huge not just let's put aside the illegal behavior but that they engaged in and getting rid of the chief in the first place. But I think that you know, by having the interim chiefs and all the stuff that they've really kind of betrayed law enforcement in Milwaukee at a time where we really need leadership, But if you're going to bring him back, you've got to give him the authority to do what he thinks is best. I don't see how this could possibly be a working relationship. But in this case, I really, really hope that I am wrong in any event the way it stands now, Um Al Morales, the police chief, again passed and now future police chief starting on Monday. We'll see how this turns out. Or Jeff Wagner. Right after this, we are your go to source for NBA Finals INSIDER The Milwaukee Bucks are going to the NBA Finals tune in every Thursday at 3 54. Bucks insiders..

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Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard to Retire

Rick Hamada

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard to Retire

"To step down June 1st, Ballard says. It's in the best interest of the department and the community that she step aside and let the whole of the police commission to someone who will run the department to their liking. Last week, the police Commission released a scathing performance review of ballads actions during the past year and gave her 60 days to clean things up. Mayor Rick Blend. DRD says he has not lost confidence in Ballard, despite several scandals connected with overtime pay. Spending of care, Zach dollars and race relations. In a statement, Ballard said she feels she lost the support and trust of city officials and has become the subject of a rampant rumor. Campaign ballot has been with the HPD since 1985 and Bennett's chief since 2017. If you're 50 year old, the beginning today,

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Report Finds Los Angeles Police Mishandled George Floyd Protests

Morning Edition

01:15 min | 6 months ago

Report Finds Los Angeles Police Mishandled George Floyd Protests

"Thea L. A Police department mishandled the protests and unrest that followed the killing of George Floyd last spring. That's the finding of a detailed and very critical report commissioned by the L. A City Council among the LAPD shortcomings, a lack of training, poor communication and minimal coordination that led to a fragmented response to the protests with more Here's KCRW's Matt Gillam. This review was spearheaded by a group of former Police Department commanders led by attorney Gerald Chaleff, who's looked at the LAPD's mishandling of past unrest. They found problems in the response at all levels from on the ground officers to top brass. According to the report. Many police only received a couple hours of training on using less lethal munitions, which seriously injured several demonstrators planning for mass arrests was minimal and led to people being detained for hours on end and police higher ups issued contradictory orders. Report also said so called Shadow teams of undercover officers were sent into the crowds together information but had insufficient means of relating their Intel back to authorities. Any of these problems have been called out in the past. Nearly two dozen recommendations for improvements are in the report, including regular audits to ensure the department is complying with settlements. LAPD is working on its own analysis of the response at a third review from the L. A Police commission is also in

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Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Rise Dramatically In Los Angeles Amid Pandemic

Rush Limbaugh

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Rise Dramatically In Los Angeles Amid Pandemic

"You l A P D hate crime report says the number of anti Asian crimes rose 114% in 2020 and analysis from the Police department Hate crime coordinator show 15 anti Asian incidents last year. Compared with seven reported in 2019 Los Angeles Police Commission plans discussed the nationwide increase at its meeting next week.

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Asian American Hate Crime Incidents Doubled In 2020: Los Angeles Report

Debt Relief Radio

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Asian American Hate Crime Incidents Doubled In 2020: Los Angeles Report

"Says the number of Asian American crimes doubled in 2020 and analysis from the police departments hate crimes coordinator showed 15 anti Asian incidents last year, compared with seven reported in 2019. Los Angeles Police Commission plans to discuss the nationwide increase in reports that Asian crimes at its meeting next week. The same report also revealed a surgeon, anti Hispanic eight crimes and anti Semitic incidents last year. The Golden Globes will be handed out

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"police commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:19 min | 8 months ago

"police commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I President Biden plans to take more executive action today. Every day this week, has a theme yesterday. It was all about by American. Today it is about racial equity. President Biden is going to be speaking about it and signing Morrell executive actions at 2 P.m.. Today. The White House still has not confirmed what exactly President Biden is going to be signing, but based on statements and promises that were made during the campaign. Here are some of the things President Biden may try to do today he may try to create a policing commission reinstate and Obama era policy. Barring the transfer of military equipment to local law enforcement, he may try to direct the Department of Justice to improve prison conditions and begin to eliminate the use of private prisons. The second impeachment of former President Trump is another step closer to trial. Congressman Jamie Raskin and the other House impeachment managers delivered the article to the Senate, which charges Trump with inciting the deadly protests the capital earlier this month. Senators will be sworn in today to serve as jurors. The trial's expected to get started The week of February. 8th just a little more than a year after Trump was acquitted in his first impeachment, border wall construction in South Texas has ground to a halt this week. Contractors that have been erecting the fencing were formally notified by the Department of Homeland Security to pause all work like in Georgia with the Center for Biological Diversity says it's like night and day work that was being done. 24 hours a day just vanished, feeling of relief and reprieve. You that? Finally it's peaceful and quiet in a statement. Texas border Congressman Henry Queer called today promising step. He saw the letter to the White House calling on President Joe Biden to rescind the National Emergency Declaration and reroute the funding to pay for technology at the border. Michael board NewsRadio 1200 W. O II, the U. S Supreme Court is ordering a judicial review of a Texas rule that keeps clergy out of the execution chamber. The High court Monday ordered a federal judge in Brownsville to review the legality of the matter. The state formerly allowed prison chaplains to accompany death row inmates into the chamber. The chaplains were all Christian or Muslim, and in 2019, the state was unable to accommodate a Buddhist and mate. State that ended the practice altogether, resulting in a challenge from a Catholic death row inmate for violating his religious freedom. Southwest Airlines is banning emotional support animals beginning March 1st train service dogs of documentation will still be allowed. Small dogs.

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Colleen Echohawk among first to declare interest in being Seattle's next mayor

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 8 months ago

Colleen Echohawk among first to declare interest in being Seattle's next mayor

"Has announced she is running for Seattle Mayor Colleen Echo Hawk, the executive director of the chief Seattle Club, non profit that provides affordable housing for Native Americans wants to replace Jenny Durkin. He was also sort of down the community Police commission looking at reform in the department on her campaign website, she says I love this city. And if we take a people first approach to renewal, then we could become as true transformative as our communities demand us to be.

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Seattle Police Department investigating 5 officers for attending Jan. 6 rally in Washington DC

KUOW Newsroom

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Seattle Police Department investigating 5 officers for attending Jan. 6 rally in Washington DC

"More seattle. Police officers are now admitting to attending the rally in washington. Dc that led to insurrection of the us capital k. o. w.'s. Amy radel reports the seattle police department. Says it's now investigating total of five officers for attending the rally. The investigation will determine whether they broke laws or violated. Spd policies at a meeting wednesday of the city's community police commission spd officer mark mullins black and a member of the commission said these allegations affect his trust in his own colleagues outwardly. To guard ourselves against people who mean to harm meaning whites permit and things of that nature is unsettling to think that someone might be dying. You backing you up. That's doing that as well. Commissioner said they're committed to probing issues of racial bias and right wing extremism within as

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Biden chooses Boston Mayor Walsh as Labor secretary

WBZ Morning News

03:45 min | 8 months ago

Biden chooses Boston Mayor Walsh as Labor secretary

"Landscape is about to undergo some major changes in Boston. Who better to talk about it. Then WBC news radio nightside host Dan Ray Morning, Dan Good morning, Charlie. Happy Sunday morning to you Happy Sunday morning to you, too. We've got Marty Walsh, nominated for Labor Secretary By Joe Biden. We've got Kim Janey will succeed Marty Walsh upon nomination, and then we've got Michelle Woo Andrea Campbell in the mix running for mayor. What's next? Well, I think what's next is gonna be Boston Police commissioner Really gross announcing sometime as early as later this week that he has decided to throw his hat into the ring as well, Um s so It's very close to really gross reached out to me last night and told me that he is the police commissioner's 90% of the way. They're just checking off with a couple of family members to make sure that everybody is on board. On that we will have another candidate who does not have political experience per se, like flying law enforcement officer Lifetime law enforcement officer who has risen through the rags. I happen to think Probably Mayor Walsh is single, most effective appointment during his administration as the as the police commissioner about to decide that he's going to try to take one step further and, um, add mayor to his resume. With the lack of political experience, Dan is that beneficial in this day and age or is it hurtful? I think it's very exciting is very beneficial to girls with the Charlie because I think that people have looked at him truly is a public servant. A lot of politicians will save me a public servants. They're public servants. They're public servants, but what they're doing is they're looking for political office, maybe to become a stepping stone to another political office. I think really, grass is very committed to the city of Boston. The people no city of Boston, he started great job is the police commissioner. We had the good fortune of having some fine police commissioner's A Davis, of course, comes to mind. Uh, the heavens brothers and Willie Grass has continued that great tradition of law enforcement and I think that he knows the city as well as anybody. He's been around this city. And law enforcement of the city of Boston is is a very important issue, because frankly, Boston has done so well in that area than other other major cities around the country. I think I think that he's a natural, and I think you'll be a very strong political candidate. First time out of the box. Do you think, with William Grass jumping into the fray? Will that keep others who may have thought about running for mayor on the sidelines? I think it would force other people think about it. But I certainly don't think that the announced candidates Michelle will where Andre Campbell or maybe another one or two would back away because I'm sure they will look at him and say, Well, he's a police commission. He's not a politician, but I think frankly, that is gonna win no to his benefit being a police commission and someone with hands on experience. In every community in every every nook and cranny of Boston. Well, we'll have to see what it's a big step. Obviously, for someone you gotta. He has to raise funds to run a campaign. I'm also told that he has received a lot of support. From members significant people within the Boston community. You know, you may want to call them the people who are the backbone of the community business people who have indicated to him that they would like to see him run as well. So I think he has. He's got a wellspring of support of the community. That is that he hasn't even tap yet. And I think I think he will be a formidable candidate. If he decides to actually make this announcement that I'm told he is 90% certain he will make some time. Perhaps as early as later this week. Alright,

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"police commission" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:46 min | 9 months ago

"police commission" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Easiest ways to beat the Bears. Yeah. Yes. So we either beat the Bears and or Seattle loses. That was great. I loved it. I got to say I have some nervous moments, but ah, God doesn't get any better than that. What's happened? Yeah, I really woz. I mean, they finally kind of got all the pieces put together. Even the defense kind of it was getting it done so good And I'm just Hello, Dallas one too. And they walked away with it. I mean, McCarthy is going to get a second year. He'll be back next year. May I don't overpaid contract no matter what it's don't we all need jobs. Well, that's that's true, too. They could still win. The division doesn't get anywhere. Well, I got you know, usually people. The time between his brand showing by the way I'm filling in for Dan O'Donnell. I'm obviously don't sound smart enough to be Dan. But I'm filling in for Dan O'Donnell. Not only today, but tomorrow Tuesday, as well as Thursday, right? David and And then I'm filling in for Belling on Wednesday afternoon, So you're going to get a lot this week, but there's a lot to get to, you know, I was saying earlier before the show, usually the week between Christmas and New Year's is kind of a slow week, right? Not this week. Turns out that would not be the case this week on today's show. We're gonna talk about Governor Evers, saying he will extend the mask mandate Vito stricter rules for absentee voting and decide later whether he's going to run again for governor. Interview over the weekend kind of one of those yearender. Interviews and governor said some Some interesting things. In the second hour in We'll talk about election reform. And I know Matt Kendell spoke to Jim Sinful EPO. Representative sample a boat This has got to be a number one issue for legislative Republicans. It's that simple. It will talk more about this After a while. But this has to be a numeral Uno issue. And if the governor vetoes it fine, just, you know, let him veto it. If he's going to be doing, you know, I wouldn't mind having the roll call. The Democrats in the Legislature voting against common sense legislative election reform. These are the same people who didn't want voter I d. So I don't mind putting him through the cot on that issue in the second hour. This whole thing was chief morale is so I'm going to keep referring to him his chief until the judge says that he's not. But so far, the judges said that he is It will be talking about that in the second hour. It's interesting because both at the same time, both Madison and Milwaukee and we're on in both cities. Dan Show is Both Madison, Milwaukee, You're going through controversies on their new police chief hirings right now Different controversies. But some in the same, So we're going to talk about that with Jessica McBride. And Jim people of our check from Wisconsin. Right now, That's a website. By the way, you should bookmark that website, right? I mean that they are doing some seriously good work over there. They really are. I gotta say they are doing some serious investigative journalism over there. They were on the ground in Kenosha during the riots in Kenosha. I mean, I was getting faster news from Wisconsin right now. Oh, love's going anywhere else, you know, in terms of immediate kind of what's happening. Oh, this happened that happened. This building burned down this that they were just boom boom, boom, boom boom boom the whole time. So Jessica McBride And Jim people of Arctic. From Wisconsin right now will be in studio with me in the second hour to talk about the controversy as far as I am concerned the scandal And how they've gone after The chief that this there is this. I'll tell you what they ought to clean that whole nest of thieves out of there at the Fire and Police Commission. Let's get rid of everybody. It's horrible. It's terrible. And you know what I love to have Chief morale is come back and be the full time chief. Yes, I would with a crime We've got here in Milwaukee. Yes, I would. But having said that, after what they have put chief morale is through. It would not. Trouble me if he walked away with a wallet full of money. They could take it out of the walls in the fire and police Commission versus Mars. I've got certain but God, so talk about that in the second hour, and that's that's going to be interesting because they're kind of a lot of angles on that thing and their angles also that applied to other cities. Think about it this way. The two biggest cities in Wisconsin, Milwaukee, about 600,000 And Madison about 2 40 or so the two biggest cities in Wisconsin. Both run by Democrats. And both. Have a huge and growing crime problems. That we're not dealing with the fire and Police Commission's way to deal with crime in Milwaukee. Is to fire the chief. I mean, Isn't that Could that be any more logical? Let's fire the chief. Good. These people so I want to spend a few minutes here. So that s O the president last night. Signed the covert relief bill and the spending package. In some ways. I got to say it seemed inevitable. Don't know why I think that apparently, the rumor is that he was going to sign it Christmas Eve. And then decided not to So It's this massive pork laden pig. That he signed on Sunday evening. He had some attachments to that decision that he sent along the Congress as a warning. But all the doom and gloom that supposedly we were gonna have Has been avoided. Um, you know, people are asking people were asking me this morning and online. Why the change of heart? I think They were concerned about the negative fall out. I do. I think it was very simple. And even though the bill is just portly, just a pig. And that the president wanted direct, larger payments to taxpayers. I think he went for this and will now try to fix it. In his way of fixing it, By the way, kind of interesting it may be more savvy than it appears. The president is now referencing just so people understand the what's called the Impoundment Control Act of 1974. When he was signing the bill. So what he's doing, the president is laying out a list of demands. That he wants to see Congress invoke to revise and amend the bills. That he assigned Yes. That he signed, I should say yesterday. So does that happen? Does it not happen? I don't know. Among the chief demands a renewed call for individual payments to taxpayers being increased to $2000. Right and a removal of wasteful spending. Me, the president basically said, Look, the reason I'm signing this is to restore unemployment benefits. Those affected by the pandemic. Slow down. Evictions provide rental assistance fund vaccine distribution. But essentially what he's trying to do is to force the Congress. To take another look at a couple of issues, among them the wasteful spending, he will use the impoundment act to do it. Raised objections with 1.4 trillion omnibus bill. Which which, by the way funds the government through mid September. You've got all these absurd giveaways to foreign countries. This is ridiculous, and frankly, it was in the original bill. That was negotiated and they thought they agreed on early last week. So the White House had their hand in it. Early last week. So after vetoing the National Defense Authorization Act on Wednesday. He did this now? I will say this So.

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"police commission" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"police commission" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Who call themselves the re claimers who have moved into the vacant homes in El Sereno. Well, they're not there anymore because the CHP officers removed some homeless people who were in those homes. Remember this is all part of that project that Caltrans was going to do on the 7 10 another not going to do it, but they had already bought a bunch of those homes that were there. So now those homes were just sitting empty. So people are saying all right, well, we've got a homeless problem, so these families moved into these different homes. But Caltrans is saying the reason that we had to get the CHP there to get these people off state property is that those homes aren't habitable. That they are. They're not safe for people to be in, and that's why they got them out. So now they're looking at maybe ways that all right. The freeway project has been canceled through that area. Is there a way to make those homes habitable and possibly homes, Low income housing, baby? We'll see if that's but for now, those people got yanked out on Thanksgiving Day. 50 c H p cars. I've zero man. Oh, man, that is a heck of a deployment, and we knew we we knew that it was coming. And so I wonder if the CHP got a heads up that since they knew the word was out. They didn't know what they were right. They knew there were gonna be protesters, obviously. So maybe that's why there was such a big response. No doubt because they could have rolled up and be thousands of protesters there to try to stop them. Yeah. The Police Commission has ruled that a certain fatal shooting was justified a unanimous decision by the police Commission. This is the case of Victor Valencia, who was shot by an LAPD officer who responded to calls.

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"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A lot of people will be watching it. Governor River says Don't have big Badgers parties just kind of stayed home and watch it yourself. I'll be curious to see how many people actually follow that advice, but obviously you want to be safe. That's a primary thing. All right. It's It is perhaps not surprising, but it shows it shows where the city of Milwaukee is. The fire and police Commission is a complete and total train wreck. Dumpster fire, use whatever phrase you want to describe it, and and a lot of that comes back on Tom Barry because Tom Bear, it's the guy that ultimately puts the people on the Fire and Police Commission. The Fire and Police Commission is thie group that decided that they were going to run police Chief Alfonso Morale is in my opinion, one of the best chiefs of the city of Milwaukee has had in 30 years they were going to run him out of town on a rail. There's a lawsuit now the taxpayers and the city of Milwaukee. You're going to end up paying a lot of money because of that decision, But the interesting thing is Despite the fact that the chief morale is reformer, Chief. Morales had a lot of support from the rank and file police officers and had a lot of support from the community. The fire and Police Commission did not care about that. So all right, they get rid of morality. The acting police chief, for whatever reasons makes a decision that he's not going to apply for the full time job that tells you a lot when the acting police chief, the guy who's got the job, decides that he doesn't want to apply. It tells you he understands how difficult it's going to be to get along with the Fire and police Commission. So they end up taking applications in most urban police departments. What you want is you want to promote from within. First of all, that's good for morale. Secondly, what that does is, it brings somebody that has an institutional memory. It brings them to the forefront. And there's a lot of good quality people that you know, I think could have been the police chief. In any event. So the interim police chief, the acting police chief, he decides he's not going to apply so of the various people that apply and make the final six. There's on Ly 11, internal candidate from the Milwaukee Police Department, and yesterday, the Fire and Police Commission announced they had winnowed the list to three. And That internal candidate didn't make the last three, so there will be an outsider that is going to be brought in. Now. First of all again, I think the most telling example of that is it shows that You have First of all Fire and police commission that is completely and totally divorced from the the police department that it that it runs that they don't think that there's anybody in that department that's capable of being promoted from within. So that's indication. Number one and number two. I think you also have this factor that just a lot of people inside the department. Recognize that it's an impossible task as long as you have this fire and police commission. So the three finalists one is a major from the Dallas Police Department who was demoted by the new chief. He he applied to be the police chief lost out in that power struggle, and now it seems to me he's looking to get out. You have a guy who no ties at all to Milwaukee. He's been a deputy chief with the Portland Police Department in Oregon. Before that, he's from Arizona. No clue at all about Milwaukee and then you have a supervisory agent with the FBI, who has Never work never worked as an urban police chief, But he at least has some ties to Milwaukee in that he grew up here and played, you know, basketball at Rufus King High School's 1984 state champion. So now he's with the FBI. He at least grew up in Milwaukee, so he knows where some of the streets are, presumably even though he has no experience as an urban police chief. Those are the three choices that you're left with. It is just mind boggling to me. Once again, you have no internal candidates. And believe me, that's that's a fact that's being known amount made being made known among the internal staff at the Milwaukee Police Department. This idea that Okay, now we're gonna have an outsider. Come in. And I mean, I understand you have the one guy that grew up in Milwaukee, but I mean, an outsider. To the workings of the police department and essentially is gonna have to start from square one at a time where the city of Milwaukee is on a pace for a record number of homicides, or at least the record number of homicides in the last 25 years, But the bigger story is to me. It just shows that there's a lot of qualified candidates. Who would be local who just recognized that the way Tom Barrettes, fire and police Commission runs this city. It is a complete and total loser. And people want no part of it. All right when we come back what happened last night? Oh, yeah. Nashville, Tennessee. Joe Biden, Donald Trump. Debate number two We will discuss.

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Washington, DC police commission adds outside help to examine practices, criminal justice system

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

Washington, DC police commission adds outside help to examine practices, criminal justice system

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Organization Seeks to Increase Voter Participation in America

1A

05:28 min | 1 year ago

Organization Seeks to Increase Voter Participation in America

"Cat. Calvin is the founder and executive director of Spread The Vote, a nonprofit organization that's working to increase voter turnout. Welcome to the program. Hi. Thanks for having me So One of the main things your organization is trying to do is close the gap between registered voters and voter turnout. How big of a gap are we talking about? Well about 83% of eligible voters in the country are registered. But we have an average turnout of 55% 15, maybe a little higher depending on the election, So there is a huge gap of tens of millions of voters who are registered. They've taken that first step but who have a hard time taking the many steps that it takes to actually get a ballot in So we hear a lot about voter registration drives. But why is that? Not enough? You know voter much drives a great their first step in every state except North Dakota. You have to be registered to vote. But the fact is, there are a lot of things that you have to do in between that So, for instance, one of the main things that spread the vote does is that we help people get ideas primarily in voter ID states. There are over 21 million eligible voters who don't have photo ID, but 36 states where it's required. So that means that you can look at states like Wisconsin, where there are over 300,000 registered voters who don't actually have the idea. They need to vote or 200,000, Virginia, etcetera. And so you know, that's just one big way that voter registration isn't actually looking at. What are all the other challenges you know, There's also transportation challenges. There's child care. We have a massive problem with discrimination against people with disabilities at the polls. You know, and then a huge, huge voter education gap. And so there's just a lot of things that we need to address between registration and turnout to make sure we're actually helping people explain a little bit more about the voter education gap that you see. Yeah. I mean, you know, it's interesting because I was listening to some of the questions that people had coming in. Also, I want to send bonus points to the Twitter who said that we should be doing rank choice voting because she's absolutely right. You know, the fact is that we don't We don't do a lot of civic education in schools anymore, And then we really don't do it after school, And so a lot of people just don't Really understand the voting process who they're voting for what we're voting for you. We do a tine of voter education and spread the vote. 77% of our clients have never voted before and had midterms. We had people in age ranging from 18 to 79 voting for the first time, and when they ask us questions or when we go, we get sort of thousands of questions that people just email us because we're an organization with vote in the name and it's Everything from. I don't know how I'm supposed to use this machine. I don't understand the difference between absentee voting and mail in voting in what's early voting. You know, I don't know what any of these positions are. Nobody knows what the comptroller is or what the board of supervisors is. You know, we get a lot of first time voters who we talk to you and they say I opened my ballot and I thought it was just going to be the president. But there were like 30 pages of things that I didn't know what I was supposed to do. I don't know what a ballot measure is. And so there's just a lot of sort of basic info. You know, there's also we get people who say I just open my mail in ballot and there's a bunch of pieces of paper here. I don't know what I'm supposed to do with that, you know, And so there's a lot of work that needs to be done. I'm just helping people understand what the process is. And how do you do it? How do you follow all these obstructions? And then when you look at, you know, people returning citizens the rules for returning citizens being able to vote or different everywhere, And there isn't a lot of information out about how people are supposed to know if they're eligible to vote again. How they become eligible. You know, people, Disabilities don't always know what all the requirements are and what accessibility requirements there are and what they're allowed to, You know, demand that they have it. They're polling place. And so there's just a lot of Really voting 101 information that people don't get. Well, we got this tweet from Benjamin, who says, I think the problem with voter apathy is that many people of you voting purely as a response to an agenda they did not set. It's important to stress to voters that they are just as much responsible for setting the agenda as they are for voting to set that agenda into motion, and I'm curious how much you hear from people about You know that that issue of you know? Look, I'm voting for something that I don't feel particularly a part off. Oh, absolutely. I mean, first of all, if we'd all been listening to Ralph Nader in the seventies, this would be a very different country because he basically was advocating for indivisible, right. He kept saying voting is just one day we have to be sure that we are keeping these politicians accountable that we're telling them what we want that we're making sure that they do it. And you know, one of the things that we try really hard to do now is remind people that voting is not the whole movement, but it's a big part of and that it is a thing. We have to do it once a year. Twice a year, however many times you vote in your community, but it is just one way. Of changing this democracy of setting the agenda, and so we have to still be taking to the streets. We have to still be calling into the police Commission meetings are going to City Council meetings. You know, we have to be finding and recruiting really amazing members of our community who we think would be great. You know, members of elected office and then supporting them. It's a lot more than voting that voting. Because we live in a democracy is a key part on I think when people understand I'm not just voting once a year and walking away and then someone else is making decisions, but that I'm helping to set those decisions and push those decisions and once a year voting is my way of grading how I think that those decisions were made and maybe hiring somebody new and firing someone excited, read, then it puts the power a lot more into the voters hands.

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Recommendations: Seattle Police To Use Less-Lethal Weapons

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00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Recommendations: Seattle Police To Use Less-Lethal Weapons

"Seattle police should be allowed to have some less lethal weapons by the three police oversight group seem to agree they should not be used on nonviolent process. Protesters. The offices of police Accountability and the inspector general, along with a community Police commission presented recommendations to the City Council. They include strict rules that allow those weapons in cases like hostage situations. Opa director Andrew Meyer Berg says there's an area of general agreement. We should not be using these types of tools that have a risk of harm solely to prevent the breaking of windows. Even though that has a risk for a cost Other people, too. You have to balance the need to protect that against the possible harm. The groups also suggested that those kinds of weapons could be used for crowd control when the crowd gets violent, But on ly if officers fall of training for proper use,

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Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti nominates Maria “Lou” Calanche to police commission

All Things Considered

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti nominates Maria “Lou” Calanche to police commission

"Nominated in East L. A college professor and community activist to serve on the police commission. Maria Luca launches nomination comes as the civilian oversight board undertakes reforms in response to widespread protest against police brutality and As the board comes under increased criticism by activist for not doing enough to root out systemic racism. Here's KCR W's Darryl Saxman after trimming $150 million from the LAPD budget this year and taking steps to divert some 901 calls to social workers. Garcetti says the city is exploring other ways of making policing more. Just in a statement he called Kalon Che, the ideal leader to help US re imagined public safety in Los Angeles. Helena is a professor of political science at East Los Angeles Community College. She's also the founder and executive director of Legacy Lay, an organization that works to improve the lives of Children who live in a public housing complex in Boyle Heights called Ramona Gardens. If she's confirmed by the City Council, Kellan would fill the seat of Sandra Figueroa via who was stepping down from the five member board. In this

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Former Milwaukee police chief Morales files retirement paperwork and is pursuing legal action, lawyer says

Mark Belling

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Former Milwaukee police chief Morales files retirement paperwork and is pursuing legal action, lawyer says

"Dave Michael's former Milwaukee police chief. Alfonso Morales will retire from the department after his demotion to captain by the Fire and Police Commission last week. Morale is his attorney, Frank Kimble added that the former chief may also pursue legal action.

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Wauwatosa PD denies claims Officer Mensah provoked protesters

Mark Belling

05:56 min | 1 year ago

Wauwatosa PD denies claims Officer Mensah provoked protesters

"Background because most of you know the story. There's been ongoing protests in Wauwatosa even before the George Floyd situation over this, that and the other thing and They have focused locally on the case of Officer Joseph MENSA, who is the police officer who shot and killed a man who, armed with a stolen gun was part of a group that was causing a disturbance and running toward Mayfair Mall. While armed with that stolen gun. He also had 36 rounds of ammunition and an extended magazine. And according to the police investigation, he fired a shot that officer men sub and protesters have been going after Officer men ever since The wall photos the city council. Recommended that he his employment be terminated in the fire and police Commission has suspended him. As I had predicted. This is not satisfied the protesters who have disrupted government meetings who made wild statements at a public meeting at hard Park, and then on Saturday, I took their protest directly to the home. Off officer Men's his girlfriend, who is a police officer in Milwaukee. Where Officer Benson Wass and a situation developed in which Officer MENSA says that he was shot at Before we talk to Chief Webber. I want to deal with two new developments today. The first A letter that was sent today by Congressman Jim Sense it better. Guys, you probably know this city election today to replace time is the sense of better who's been in the house for a long, long time Republican primary Today is between Clift Temple and Scott Fitzgerald and the Republican candidate for that seed is going to be determined in today's election. But sensitive writer is still there since it brothers. This thick includes portions, but not all of Wauwatosa. He sent the following letter to me, your dentist McBride of Wauwatosa today, Dear Mayor McBride. I write to you today concerning the deteriorating security and policing in Wauwatosa. The protests, which may have started peacefully have been growing ever more violent and the event Saturday night outside the residence of Officer Joseph Mintz have required a meat require immediate leadership and strong action from you. And the elected leaders of Wauwatosa first allow me to be clear that I am and always will be supportive of American citizens. First Amendment rights, having said that ever since the death of George Flight in Minneapolis and the protests and the protests the incident sparked There has been a push by community leaders throughout the country to weaken, defund and abolish police departments in several cities. Locally, Officer MENSA has become the poster child for this movement due to his three officer involved shooting incidents. Officer MENSA has dedicated his life to protecting our community and has been cleared by the Milwaukee County District attorney's office of two of the three shootings in which he has been involved. The third incident is still under review. Despite the decisions by the Milwaukee County D. A. You're common council passed a resolution calling for the termination of officer menses employment with the Wauwatosa Police Department. While I understand the common Council wants to bring reforms that the OPD the consequences of their actions are having serious repercussions for the residents of your community. Citizens of Baba Tosa are being harassed by these protests. Protesters who have now laid siege to a residence in your community where a gun was fired at a home with women and Children inside. Actions like this, and the breakdown of law and order will spread fear and force the citizens of Allah toasted to reconsider their choice to reside there. The mass emigration from your city would be devastating to the very fabric of that community. In addition to the detrimental effect it would have on your tax base schools and city sciences. As I believe we are teetering at a crisis. I am offering my assistance. I stand ready to contact federal law enforcement agencies and bring them to Wauwatosa in order to bring peace and tranquility back to the community. I look forward to hearing from you. Well, we have reached a critical tipping point in Wauwatosa. I am confident that if we work together, we can restore the rule of law. It is crucial that we strive to preserve the excellent quality of life that has drawn so many toe work. And raise their families in Wauwatosa and signed by Jim Sensenbrenner, member of Congress. His district includes portions of the city of Wauwatosa. Seconds slow. State representative David Bowie and Milwaukee who says he was part of the demonstration in protests that occurred outside this residents. That officer Benson was at on Saturday night is saying that nobody tried to kill Officer MENSA, and he's blaming MENSA for all of the developments that occurred. Quoted in the Js online today, Bowen said, and I quote from the story, Bowen said No protesters fired at MENSA during the protest. It should Bob said 50 to 60 people outside menses Wauwatosa home again. It's actually his girl friend's home. But he's residing there. Bowling and other protesters said they were provoked by MENSA before the physical altercation that took place out outside his home quote. It was clearly communicated as we were trying to figure out what happened that it was Joseph MENSA in that tussle that turned off the safety on that firearm and told the trigger. Owen said today, the Wauwatosa Police Department issued a statement saying there is a lot of false information and rumors being circulated on social media and through the news media regarding the events on Saturday night, August 8th outside the home where Wauwatosa Police officer Joseph MENSA was stag best includes an accurate information and allegations contained an official press releases from a state elected official was outside of the home. Well criminal conduct and a shooting occurred. What occurred Saturday night was not organized a peaceful protest. It was a targeted planned act of violence against one of our police officers. In our community. This is an active ongoing investigation and evidence continues to be gathered regarding the events of August 8. Investigators are looking through a large amount of high quality video footage from the scene and are working to identify suspects and vehicles involved in any illegal activity. A statement, then quotes police chief. Very Weber The welcome toast. The Police Department will not stand by and allow this type of intimidating, aggressive, dangerous illegal behavior to occur,

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"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Fire and Police Commission meeting could bring an end to the 10 year of police chief Alphonse of Morales. The commission's chair. Stephen Do Bogus, tells Team J. Four News Theoden Shin oven agenda item that could fire suspend or demote Morales is intended to allow the PC to discuss their options. It comes It's deadlines for some of the 11 directives they issued. Morales last month have arrived. In response, Milwaukee police issuing an executive order of the directives, saying they have a number of factual errors, unclear requirements and legal issues. Mayor Tom Barrett, also weighing in asking the F PC to end a bogus is tenure, his chair and conducting an orderly review of more Alice and the directives. Disappointment is still sitting in for those who played pivotal roles and bringing the Democratic National Convention to Milwaukee now that Joe Biden and many of its visitors won't be coming bid committee chair Alex Last retells the BT M. J. There's still a lot of work ahead. We want have basketball back in Milwaukee. We want to make sure that we can have this convention. Maybe even a potentially a championship parade are events in the near future. We have to take this seriously. Unfortunately, no cases have been on the rise in Wisconsin, Lazarus says. Just by securing the bid, Milwaukee willbe a destination for other events. The National Guard will again assist at polling places during next Tuesday's primary. State election officials say clerks are at least 900 workers short due to the cove in 19 pandemic. Guard members will work in their home county and begin to receive training on Sunday over 2400 helped at polling places during the April general elections. The Washington Ozaki Public Health Department investigating a number of covert 19 cases that they have spread during recent high school graduation parties, Health officer Kirsten Johnson tells Team J for news. 11 teens in the Mech Juan theme spell school district who have the virus. Went to these parties. There's risk in attending these events, and we're seeing that in real time, Johnson says. They need people to be truthful when they speak to contact tracers. Bring on the cream Puffs Week three of the Wisconsin State Fair, Fair Food Drive through begins today and we'll be the first to give people a chance to purchase the iconic treat. 14 vendors will be offering over 50 items also knew this week are the Wisconsin Cattlemen's Association. And Wisconsin.

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"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Partly cloudy tomorrow 78 Sonny warmer Friday 80 too humid on Saturday and Sunday, Warming up to 85 under partly cloudy skies Saturday and 90 on Sunday Again partly cloudy each day with a chance of a thunderstorm. Walkinshaw 50 for Milwaukee, 65 Just two days before he's due to provide the fire and police Commission with answers to 11 recently issued directives. Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morella's discussed his situation is part of a Milwaukee press club. Virtual news make revenge. His attorney, Franklyn Gimbel, at his side talked about plans for the upcoming Democratic National Convention, which starts a week from Monday at the Wisconsin center downtown. The chief in his attorney also answered audience questions is the event was wrapping up for Frank Gimbal. Mayor Barrett has said he does not have authority. This matter. But some community leaders believe he does. Should Mayor Barrett step in and blocked with Fire and police Commission from proceeding with their directives and possibly removing the chief from his position. Well, let me answer from two points of view from from the point of view of a rendering a legal opinion. There is language in the state statute establishing the essentially the authority to fire Police Commission that does give the mayor the authority to overrule a directive of the Fire Police Commission. Now, having said that I am not Lawyering town Baron. I've known him for 50 years since he was a LA clerk in federal court. He's got his own lawyers will have to decide that from from a political point of view. I know that a number of people have contacted my office looking to find out in what way they can step forward and in a productive way, helped the chief during these very, very tense and difficult times for him. And I said, talk to the mayor or talk to your common councilmen or or communicate to the Fire Police Commission as an interested citizen. And I do know and I have seen some correspondence and some communications that have gone to the mayor's office. And they are They don't leave of, of course of action for the mayor. That's dubious. It's very clear that there's a strong group of people in this city that think that the fire Police commission in there Actions against chief But Alice is a runaway train and they should be stopped. Another question for the chief. Do you believe your race is playing a role in what you're facing right now? Hard to tell for me born and raised in the city. I want to say that again. I'm committed to the city. It's hard to answer that question. McGee police chief L funds and Morale is along with his attorney, Franklyn Gimbel, at yesterday's virtual newsmaker event. If you're wondering why my voice was in there, that's because I was running the thing. The virtual newsmaker. What are El Presidente? Yeah, that's right, at least for another month. And so, yeah, we have a panel of three journalists West most of the questions and then at the end of these newsmakers We take the audience questions cousin Zoonie. Khun do that people consume it. And there were a couple of things that the audience had asked that the paneled in seaweed wrap those up at the end, so you get a chance. You want to see what we have coming up in terms of press Click Virtual newsmakers. Just go to Milwaukee Press Club. That organ Stephen list there get some big names coming up. We're trying to nail down former Governor Tommy Thompson. He's running the UW system. Now we've got Governor Evers coming up in September. So check us up for that and more. 7 57 W. T. M J time now for business headlines. Here's the mill. Lucky business journals. Surrealist at existence receives an unfavorable response from his workers as the Elektronik Health Records Company says it will bring employees back to its Verona campus in September. The firm says it has individual offices for its employees and other safety measures. In place that follow public health guidelines. Nine Milwaukee businesses received warnings to comply with the local mass mandate that took effect in the July City officials said the businesses were previously contacted about compliance. Further violations could result in citations and finds and to a Scots and agriculture technology startup perceives an investment from a venture capital fund Blood by the Green Bay Packers and Microsoft, the title town tech fund invested in Appleton based Fork Farms. I'm sorry. Last with Milwaukee business.

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Fire and Police Commission looks at reforming the Milwaukee Police Department

Our American Stories

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Fire and Police Commission looks at reforming the Milwaukee Police Department

"Milwaukee's Fire and Police Commission met Wednesday to begin a community conversation about possible changes to police operations. Jamal Smith with Cities Office of Violence Prevention advocated for other groups to take up some of the work. Milwaukee police currently dio pool of ability within the community that is also necessary and elevating public safety so that there's not such strong reliance on law enforcement. Only a member of Milwaukee police told the commission. The department wants to work with everyone and be seen as a partner of the

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"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Police Commission. Chief Alfonso Morales was given a set of directives things that he has to do if he wants to keep his job. It basically amounts to a long to do list Bunch of things that fire and police Commission says that he has to do here, some of them The commission has requested audits and additional information like files video records on the following incidents and topics. They want more information on the arrest of Milwaukee Bucks players Sterling Brown. They want more information on the shooting of Terry Davis. He was the guy that was opening his backdoor and police officers were chasing another man and the officers accidentally shot Terry Davis. The FCC wants additional information on the arrest of activist von Maze, which happened just in June. They also want an accounting of white tear gas and pepper spray were used during protests that happened. They also want the chief Teo draft, a community oriented policing standard operating procedure. They say there needs to be more community oriented policing. They've also ordered the chief To work with the fire and Police Commission on complaints and discipline and develop and implement a discipline matrix. They want consistency and how officers were disciplined. They also have ordered the chief to draft an implement an official policy to require if officers where face mastering the Corona virus pandemic, he's already telling officers to wear face mask by the way. They also said Morales will be re evaluated every six months. And as part of that evaluation, he must provide statistics and data on crime and arrest how they're implementing that community policing updates on the pursuit policy updates on reckless driving. 9 11 calls, dispatch Times management of overtime and plans to replace officers to retire. No, it doesn't stop there, though. The Fire and Police Commission also ordered that the chief must provide a full explanation of how he's vetted candidates for his command staff and those in an acting capacity more on this in a moment. Commission also wants an updated organ chart for the department. Commissioners want Morales to respond to them in a timely manner. Saying Morales and his staff must comply with all commission request within seven days of receipt unless the different deadline is set by the commission. Also, they want the chief to comply with all open records request made by the commission in a more timely fashion. They also said that the chief must appear virtually or in person at all. Regular commission meetings and subcommittee meetings. Unless he's unavailable, and then he must let them know. 24 hours ahead of time. Morales at his command staff were also ordered to immediately begin copying the executive director on all communications to the commissioner's, so they don't want Morales or staff writing to some commissioners and not others. Some of these things are things that they say they want accountability on. Some of these things were clearly things that are going to make the chief or any chief uncomfortable. I mean, he must attend All Fire and police Committee meeting's not only the meetings, but all the subcommittee meetings. Or he's in trouble. The chief's lawyer, spoke. After all this was handed down. He spoke to Scott Wars and W T. M. J. He said that the chief has already provided a lot of the information that I mentioned early on. He says that the chief will try to comply with all the directives that after review he finds to be legitimate or warranted. So Read between the lines. They don't think this is all legitimate heir warranted in the high powered attorney has indicated that this could be just the beginning of the fight. I found this interesting. Reggie Moore. The director of the city's Office of Violence Prevention, criticized the commission and what they did last night, saying the F PC has yet again presided over a poorly executed review that has lacked transparency, and he called for replacing the commissioners. Outright, get rid of the commissioner's, he's saying. So here's the deal. They given all these things out for the chief to Dio. I just read through a ton of things. You've got to do this. You got to do this. You got to do this, and a lot of them are within the next couple of weeks. There are two assistant police chief openings right now. One would oversee the administrative bureau. One would run the Criminal Investigative Bureau. The Fire and Police Commission approved the chief's choices to fill the openings. The Common Council Finance Committee, and the mayor's office has refused to pay the candidates What they should be paid. So these assistant chief openings are vacant. Why is it a big deal? Because the chief has just been told you've got 1000 things you need to do in the next two weeks and he doesn't have the administrative staff and the manpower that other chiefs have had to get it done. He doesn't have it. It's like I said before. It's like the chief is the coach of the team, and he's not allowed to hire any assistant coach is a coach LeFlore coach of the Packers come up with a game plan. Go win this game and no, you don't get any assistant coaches do it all on your own. How does this play out going to be very interesting to watch it? 3 26 and W. T. M J. Tom Newman has the W. T. M. J. Drake and Associates Market Update US. Stocks were mixed today after European leaders reached an agreement on a budget and Corona virus relief package that Al Jones industrial average gained 159 points while the S and P 500 index climbed 5000.17%. And then as that composite lost 0.81 you relief fund will be sending loans and grants to the hardest hit countries in the euro block. The pandemic has killed more than 135,000 people within 27 countries that make up the European Union. Amazon lost 1.8% after saying it would be postponing Prime Day its biggest shopping event of the year. IBM lost 0.3% after the tech giant posted earnings and sales that top analyst estimates. And Coca Cola rose 2.3% after posting stronger than expected second quarter earnings but saw a steep decline in revenue as stadiums, restaurants and movie theaters remain closed during the Corona virus pandemic. For drinking associates. I'm Tom Newman, Financial Advisor for news radio. W T. M. J. You told yourself.

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"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Let me read you some text, Jeff. Don't the citizens of Milwaukee. Get to be heard. Why I just go. Why? I'd like to go up to the commission. I think Morales is doing an outstanding job. I think that's where the majority of the community is. But again, the fire and police Commission doesn't care. The mayor's in his final term, You know, he just He just He doesn't want to rock the boat. Jeff, can you imagine? If the optics of this city if this was going on during the Democratic National Convention, Well, no, Jeff, I agree with you, the people who want to ignite hatred and create civil war attack law enforcement. But tell government to order a stand down. Yes, that This is kind of what's going on. Let's talk. See Jeff. I think a lot of the protesters are fueling anarchy in a very unstable city. Where is the mayor on this? Jeff, the chief will walk. He won't put up with this. He's just taking his time to figure out what's going on. Next. It's a shame. Ah, quality person treated like crap will not blame him for leaving Barrett on vacation in Door County, one of his back, But he was up in door county over the weekend. Jeff I am out of the city as soon as my lease is up. Jeff. I can't believe that the fire and Police Commission is turning its back on chief Morale issue yet. That's exactly what is going on here. Jeff, the mayor is part of the problem. Sure the mayor is part of the problem. Tom Barrettes on the milk carton. Tom Barrett's hiding in his kitchen. Tom Barrett should be the one coming up and saying Enough is enough. I stand behind this police chief. I support law and order. And you know what? You know what? We are not going to let a small percentage of people we're not going to let the folks who think that they should have the right to write, defund the police in block letters on a three block stretch of water Street, we are not going to give the city over to them. We want law and order. Is that too much to ask for? Well, I guess maybe and just recognize this is what's going on here. It is a concerted effort to force al morale is out. It is despicable. It is beneath contempt, and the members of the fire and Police Commission collectively should be ashamed of themselves or Jeff Wagner right.

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Garcetti makes nomination for director of civil and human rights department

Leo Laporte

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Garcetti makes nomination for director of civil and human rights department

"Los Angeles mayor Garcetti is launching the city's first department of civil and human rights to address issues of social and racial injustice is a department that will have a civil and Human Rights Commission we can brand discrimination and find justice in this city instead of it going on answered set to begin July first it will address disparities in areas like business and education for people of color in addition the department will include the office of racial equality to conduct research and policy development for how to spend public dollars as protests continue in southern California the mayor said the inspector general of the police commission will review any recorded footage showing harsh tactics used by police action kit could be taken including the removal of an

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Seattle bans police use of tear gas for 30 days

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle bans police use of tear gas for 30 days

"Seattle police will temporarily suspend their use of tear gas is a method of riot control this will happen for thirty days and details now from como Jeff July after groups like the community police commission the office of police accountability and others voice their concerns the SPD says it will limit and review its use of tear gas today I issued the order to suspend the use of CS but what other people may call tear gas for crowd management purposes chief Carmen best says swat teams will still be able to use tear gas and hostage situations and to protect human life critics have said use of the gas during riding this past week was

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"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The fire police commission is the only entity that has the authority to terminate officer manual moralis also thank the protesters for being peaceful earlier Friday he has not sense commented since the events overnight as protests intensified in Minneapolis and spread to other cities across the country as well yesterday the Minneapolis police officer who was fired after the deadly arrest of George Floyd was arrested himself yesterday and is facing third degree murder and manslaughter charges the three other officers fired have not been charged hundreds of people wearing masks took to the streets in Minneapolis on a fourth straight night burning businesses in cars even as the mayor and governor beg people to stop burning down the city CBS news is on the scene they have had a rest overnight they're still tallying the numbers also they've had a number of fires as well Jeff Pegues reporting their meanwhile back in Milwaukee the medical examiner's office confirming that a crash your father like in capital or this morning was deadly no word yet on the extent or number of injuries one of the vehicles involved in the crash did roll over no further details have been released don't count out getting a cream puff from the state fair pavilion this summer state fair CEO Kathleen o'leary tell it was kind of afternoon news they're trying to come up with unique ways to have some of us take place there's no promises but know that the staff is diligently working on ideas and opportunities could please give people that little slice of something that resembles of a transient state adds that all efforts were made to try to have the fair take place this year but a decision to cancel it was made for the right reasons and for the first time in more than two months the archdiocese of Milwaukee is re opening it up parishes this weekend Sunday without worship this Sunday archbishop dramas thank you says a handful of Catholic churches will open their doors Sunday for the first time since March the five percent occupancy which will allow those things that are necessary to create as much of a secure environment as possible thank you tells me parishes will be responsible for keeping attendees safe people who work at risk communities so being able to sanitize properly we S. mask with your hands on the south side parishes will remain closed because of an ongoing outbreak of covert nineteen Mike Spaulding.

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Video of LAPD officer shooting disabled man at Corona Costco sealed for 1 year

Tim Conway Jr.

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Video of LAPD officer shooting disabled man at Corona Costco sealed for 1 year

"Knew the LA police commission is chosen to comply with the judge's order to seal video from a deadly shooting at a cosco in corona that involved an off duty officer LAPD's Josh Rubenstein says the department intended to release at riverside county issued that court order for us to hold on this video for a year so that they can complete their investigation in that case the mentally disabled man was shot and killed by the officer in June after an altercation in a food sampling

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Police Commissioner James O'Neill Goes Quiet After NYPD Officers Doused with Water

Curtis Sliwa

05:44 min | 2 years ago

Police Commissioner James O'Neill Goes Quiet After NYPD Officers Doused with Water

"But we start with the situation in which a number one the police commissioner of New York City o'neill as cops are under siege has not been heard from sheen his last statement of any note was a tweet he did about the passing of Robert Morgan saw that was Sir Gee that was towards the end of the weekend and he is out of sight out of mind everybody's wonder how can we honor from the police commissioner about these attacks on the police okay once again Curtis you have been on the streets you understand you know the cops you know various politicians in very city leaders what do you think is happening here with why are we not hearing from o'neill I think it could be one of three things Hey he said odds with the mayor on this so he's just biting his lip and he sent out his his means to address this Terence morning and who is the head of patrol this is what he had to say we will identify who is involved in a rational be made with that is not acceptable how many women were out there keeping people safe and the two arrests have been made one of Brooklyn one in Manhattan where the two water don king situation to the N. Y. P. took place have a what are the charges well they put out a a flyer and I had a laugh at it because the headline of the flyer is wanted for obstruction of government administration right which is which is a B. S. charge and I know it's a B. S. charge because whenever the cops wanted to harass me an arrest me they couldn't figure out a charge the look to sergeant Sarge would say one of the structure of government administration and I would see what the hell does that mean well give me an example of what you had done to receive that charge standing in front of a police officer questioning him his it far do you to do what he was doing which was trying to lock me up exchanging words it is the it is a charge with you going to court generally the judge looks at the assistant district attorney dependent on the Berlin says you're kidding me is this is all you got on the guy anything he says it cut him loose that said he was held open not cut him loose time Sir did have a lot of you stay out of trouble so they've arrested this one person who was allegedly a gang member who is seen dumping a bucket of water and we don't know if this is going to be a serious charge or not serious when I was in any gradations of a soul I mean this assault this is also in the video in Harlem not only with a dousing the cops will water when they were making a bona fide address and they had the guy down on the squad car you know on the hood of the squad car but the guy came up and then hit him with the plastic the the plastic bucket yeah that's a soul I mean I I don't understand this but then again it's gotten so bad with the missing in action nature of police commissioner o'neill they now you have heads of the union saying you know nearly been a lap dog for the mayor who's responsible for this maybe it's your time to goal Sayonara and is another back in the mayor the rank and file has lost confidence in them and it's time that you resign I think in the interest of the department it's time to go I mean I I I I I don't know what else what else could be done at this point I think that it seems to me and I've spoken with some of my friends who are police officers here in New York City actually right around here right around the precinct here and they have no they have absolutely no faith in o'neill and they also feel that their lives are being put in danger because of the situation but they blame at least the ones that I talked to ultimately build Lazio yeah but it's o'neill who should be visiting the precincts affected building up to around saying Hey look him maybe some cops and not ready for prime time they're not ready for the streets but I gotta tell you we got your back even ease been missing in action now could he be hill could he be undergoing an operation the likelihood of that is probably not because he won't he would be hearing something about yeah I think or could he be on vacation with his family which would really really be an embarrassment to suddenly not have anything to say it's a police commission or the most powerful well trained police department in the world and you'll like missing in action well unfortunately let's say that he is on vacation we have no idea this would be a situation where you are paid you are you are given the responsibility of being the in charge of the biggest most important most critical police department in the world world and come back from vacation and you would have thought that the mayor with the state in New York City yesterday because this has become such an explosive issue in he was aware Washington DC campaigning for the presidency he had the hoods he had the goal to try to **** rushes way into that press conference and announce with Jon Stewart and some of our elected officials that finally the nine eleven victims compensation bill named after hours had passed you mean this is the same guy that just chose to go and get a Cup of coffee at Israel his favorite little ad copy clutch place in park slope after he worked out instead of going to the event where they dedicated a some certain set a certain area by one world trade that's that's unbelievable and children to her credit said now you have nothing with this let you in he said I don't want to speak well okay you don't want to speak of the mayor of New York City the mayor of New York City is getting

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"police commission" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"police commission" Discussed on KGO 810

"In has issued a statement criticizing the police commission's recommendation that five officers involved in a deadly shooting last year be fired the commission so the officers violated the department's use of force policy when they fire twelve shots at thirty two year old Joshua Pollock in March of two thousand eighteen the police officer's association says the commission's recommendation ignores the findings of five previous investigations that exonerated all of them police say Pollock a homeless man with mental issues ignored repeated commands to take his hand off of a gun he had and pose an immediate threat when he began to move from where he was lying between two houses that's when the officers open fire the federal monitors as video of the incident does not coincide with the officers claimed happen the officers meantime will be given a chance to review the allegations or mitigate them the G. as Terry rows reports a wrongful death lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Paul X. mother there have been two more arrests after a mall shooting in San Bruno earlier this month to groups of teenagers were involved in a gun fight inside Tanforan mall an eighteen year old San Francisco resident was arrested by police in Martinez for allegedly driving a stolen car officers also arrested a fourteen year old in San Francisco this week that brings the total number of captured suspects in the case to for two people who are part of the two groups were injured during the shooting after thirty race horses died at Santa Anita racetrack in Los Angeles in the past six months two more horses died in a rare accident at del Mar near San Diego it was during morning workouts Thursday the day after del Mar opened Dr Rick Arthur chief that with the California horse racing board says are rare and tragic accident occurred around six thirty two year old colt bolted and brand hand on into a force at second horse a three year old both suffered cervical injuries and died there on the racetrack del Mar C. E. O. Joe Harper says.

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"police commission" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"police commission" Discussed on KOMO

"And police officers union to come back into compliance with the police reform. Consent decree come us, right? Harris tells us the group wants urgency to meet the federal judges July. Fifteenth deadline members of these organizations like former community police commission member j Hollingsworth of the John t Williams organizing committee say the latest police contract goes against the consent decree and accountability ordinance especially with discipline area peel a lot of things alone. The way favor the officers. They set themselves above the law, and it's in the contract is spelled out. The group is also concerned, there's been no work on judge James Robarts order to return to him with a unified. Solution, mayor Jenny Durkan's office tells me she did meet this week with the co chairs the inspector general, and the office of police accountability to work together on compliance, especially on the accountability issue. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. We've reached out to the Seattle police officers guild for comment, haven't heard back at the community. Police commission sent a statement which says, after it committed to what a strong police accountability system looked like many of the reforms were bargained away as part of a, repeating pattern the says the group wants to continue moving forward from the established reforms and that it looks forward to working with all involved as required by federal court, a second member of congress from our state, now, calling for the impeachment of President Trump congressman Adam Smith. Joining congresswoman Pramilla Paul in doing so the Seattle times reports that Smith changed his mind over the last few weeks now believes an inquiries needed according to a New York Times tally there. Now seventy congressional Democrats calling for impeachment blow today for those seeking to save the show box. City attorney's. Enter judge Patrick issues, courtroom, hoping the judge would dismissal lawsuit filed by the owners of fourteen twenty six first avenue where the show box has stood for more than eighty years. Instead, the judge agreed with plaintiffs who said the ordinance temporarily extending the pike place market, historical district to include the theater was a case of illegal spot zoning, a we, she rejected the city's motion to dismiss the suit and voided the temporary protections. Nicholasville heart works at the show box to preservations the he wants..

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"police commission" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"police commission" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Am six forty John and Ken show. But we were just talking about immigration and customs enforcement in a case out of Maryland were two teenage MS, thirteen gang members, who ice wanted to deport last year, after they were detained an attempted murder case instead, eventually got transferred by the county. The county jail over to juvenile in juvenile detention people. Let them go ice was never noticed fide and they killed a fourteen year old girl. He's always going to be a snitch. They brutally murdered back here in LA county. One of the reasons that LA county sheriff Alex Vienna won the election. We talked about this just before the break was valid harvesting. There were extremely long lines of people election night, last November so much show that they had to continue to keep the polls open to accommodate all the people lined up, who we believe, were for lack of a better phrase because ballot harvesting something different but they were bell harvested to be there. Harvesting is when you go to someone's home and you say, hey, get about in the mail. You know what you should vote. I can help you talk about. Here's you to vote and I'll take it from you and return it to the registrar's office, the Democrats sent people to go door to door to convince them to fill out their mail ballots, and, and who to vote for, and they did this thousands and thousands and thousands of times. And then they got people out of their homes to go and register to vote because they changed the lawsuit could register on the day of voting. So they were guided over to the polls, and that's why Villanova would've lost because Jim McConnell had a pretty sizable. Lead on election night, and then in the days that followed it disappeared because of what we believe was these types of ballot harvesting steps taken by the activists Villanova got snuck in because of I'd call this legal cheating. So they wanted to sanctuary sheriff case, you don't know Jim McDonald, didn't like the state sanctuary laws. He said, you know, he tried to play the middle because they sent us very tenable situation with these activists breathing down all the time. But he, he made the point that if we don't tell us about the criminals. They're gonna go into communities and find them. Anyway, that's their job. Right. So, and if you let them out without reporting them to ice look what happened to Maryland. Fourteen year low for ten year old girl gets chopped up into pieces. Yep. So the first thing filling away, but did pretty much right after he was elected sheriff is no more cooperation with immigration and customs enforcement. They can't beat in the jails. But now something called the sheriff civilian oversight commission. They want to go further. They have new recommendations for the sheriff, basically, this means you don't do it Villanova. You're not getting our support next time. What is this not a real commission? This is not a government commission is it I don't know. It is some sort of an activist group. This is one of these things where it's described as a watchdog group. Yes, they also gun two times. But that's not that's not like it. LA. You have the police commission which really has power over the police department. I don't know what the hell this is Villanueva should stop allowing his employees to screen requests by ice to take custody of inmates for what's described as civil immigration violations. That would be deportable and should not let transport officers that contract with ice to set foot inside any department facilities. That's our latest recommendation, and there's one board member civilian oversight committee member Who Wasn't There at this meeting where they made this recommendation, but he had serious questions about this. And does not believe that the same is Robert Bonner a former administrative the DA, he said, this could erode public safety. You might allow people convicted of offenses, including child-sex-abuse rape, and kidnapping to remain in the community. Both course this is obvious. It's been obvious. All our lives. If everything turned upside down now, this is the open border crowd, that even goes a step further let everybody in the world come in. And then when they communicate commit crimes they should be treated like everyone else when they do their time, just released them into the community. We don't want anybody deported. So everybody gets to come to the US, nobody ever gets deported, even if they commit terrible crimes. And they have control of the sheriff's department right now. That's where we are in this town, nutty and out of control. This has gotten they guys their puppet this via the waiver will they can give their report, but he doesn't have to camp, but he doesn't he is. But, you know, again, they helped get him elected, don't we believe that. Yeah, they did a lot. Yeah. Devote turn act. And, you know, the thing is it used to be you could say, okay, you wait something horrible is going to happen a girl's gonna get chopped up into pieces, and then they'll see and they'll change their policy. But now it happens. Nobody cares. And they don't change their policy. And then the next girl get chopped up to pieces and no one's gonna care. No. And they won't change the policy. No worried about is that migrants who get sick. Why are we live with this more coming up? John and Ken KFI, Debra Mark has this each.

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"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"police commission" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Lebanon seven these be with you on this Wednesday. Happy hump day. Everybody got an hour left of my show before he handed off to Jeff Wagner, who's in the building and ready for action. I just saw him. Also girl scout cookies have made their way into the building. So try I'm trying my best to stay away from thin mints sugar, cookies and all the all the great flavors, but that that's happening. Now every Wednesday eleven o'clock hour eleven o seven to be exact she joins me to talk about public safety. I call her my law enforcement guru any Schwartz happy new year about the title guru. I think about that. All right. Well, you can I often let you pick your own title. So you tell me what you want me to call the police Princess, but I think since I left, you know, it's not as fun one of the reasons you're here every week is because you you are certainly attuned to what's happening law enforcement. And and I mentioned at the beginning of the show. Some breaking news some trouble concerning at the fire and police commission. Well, yeah, I was trying to decide steep. If I call it trouble. If I call it turmoil. Or if I say things are a bit of a a bit of a mess over there. What's going on? Kisha Butler who is the person that was put in the role as executive director at the fire and police commission right after Mary Nell Reagan left in April. Is now leaving as well. She is resigning. She's going to be moving to she can be moving out of state. So what does that maybe six months or so since she's been in that role? You know, a lot of times when we talk about the fine police Commissioner, I don't think that we tell people how important that body is those citizen review board will walk us through that. So because a lot of people don't know, and these are often just members of the community that assist the departments to make sure that things run smoothly. They work in policy and some of the hiring and firing decisions. Yeah. They're they're little I I would say that they're are a little more than that. They are the oversight body at the fire and police departments those are two huge agencies here in the city of Milwaukee. They have a budget of about two and a half million. I think is the last number that I recall for the for the FCC, and this is a stencil, especially Stephen post Ferguson policing, which is after August of two thousand fourteen people want accountability from their police department. You see this police chief chief Morales getting out there and releasing videos and doing all those kinds of things. But when we talk about accountability, it's not just the police chief there is a body that is created to be an oversight body. And right now, you have a have seven members you have at least one whose term is up. But she continues to sit on the on the board because they haven't named another another person yet another Commissioner. The physical space that the fire and police commission occupies in city hall. Now that sounds like an inside baseball thing. But it's not your citizen. You wanna go make a complaint you wanna do it in person? You wanna talk to somebody at the fire and police commission. How does that work? They don't have their own conference room to vote it to the police commission. So as long as employee relations isn't using it, I suppose you can use that one. But otherwise what you're talking to an investigator in the hallway of city hall to discuss your your issue with the police department of the fire department. Remember, they supervise both. But they don't just supervise. Maybe that's not that. I think that might be the wrong word. We know that they also do all the testing for law enforcement. They do over hiring for law enforcement and fire. They do they do the promotional exams for law enforcement and for for fire, and they hire all entry level employees who allowed efforts let electrical person to replace Placer at this point. I don't know I've come on the show before with other with other thoughts about who was going to replace who in different roles. I remember when we were talking about the need for a city emergency management director looked like Paulina Dahan was going to take over that role. She has resigned she is now part of the administration. So I don't know who the logical person is one of the challenges. We have with our fire and police commission is its members are chosen by the mayor. And if you look at best practices around the country, look at how other cities do this that is that is not the separation. And the independence that you want from a fire police commission Chicago found that out they ran into trouble. They they had a fair and police commission that was appointed by mayor Daley and reported a mayor Daley. What's a better solution to that that appointment process? Well in irony if you look at the Washington DC look at their office a police complaints, it's run by the former executive director of the Milwaukee fire and police commission. It's run by Mike Tobin, and they have seen tremendous success. The idea is that there is independence from that law enforcement agency. And from the mayor, however, one of the things that we see them do in DC that has been that has been very very positive for them is that they get input from the city council on a regular basis. They do community outreach efforts a lot of them. So that people understand that there's an oversight by the fact that this body is again going to be without an executive director is an issue could this impact. And I think he's done a pretty good job with this chief Alfonso Morales's willingness and desire to be better involve the community when that's really that link in some ways, you know, the chief is the one who has gotten out here chief Morales has gotten out there and talked about the community since day one. But again, he's not alone. He doesn't he doesn't do his job in a vacuum. There is this board. There is this body that is supposed to be assisting with that oversight. You know, the fire and police commission members a lot of people don't really know what they do. Besides we talked about the testing talked about those kinds of things we talk about the discipline reviews. They have access to every single every single because they have their very own. They have their own access to any body worn camera. Video any squad video any video of an incident that's up for discipline review. Those members can access it. I mean, this is this isn't just a panel that puts a rubber stamp or shouldn't be any Schwartz. Join me in studio as as as she said the change for the fire police Commissioner in Milwaukee. And I think it's a dangerous, especially when as I've given them credit for at least chief morale Morales and the police side has made some inroads in linking his department to the community. So one to watch there's some breaking news from anti Schwartz on the show after the break. I want to shift to Florida interesting development in the Marjorie stone Douglas shooting, the the now suspended Broward County sheriff, and he'll bring us the latest details on that right here on WTMJ WTMJ's mobile app. Just got.

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"police commission" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"police commission" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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