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Philadelphia leaders decry inaction on gun violence

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 7 hrs ago

Philadelphia leaders decry inaction on gun violence

"A state lawmakers joined the Philadelphia D, a police and community groups at a press conference at the on Lee Transportation Center, the site of last week's mass shooting. Hey, Yw, Community Affairs reporter Cherry, Greg explains. Leaders say their hands are tied doesn't stood outside the on Lee Transportation Center, where eight people were shot last week and broad daylight to say stopping gun violence has been a losing battle. Our police officers bravely take hundreds of illegal firearms off our streets every month. They are instantaneously. Replace Mayor Jim Kenney says guns air flowing onto Philadelphia streets through straw purchasers, But city lawmakers have little records because of state preemption law. We know that they're legal loopholes that allow these guys to be on our streets. Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says. The police are using all tools available, including gun buy backs to get guns off the streets. Unless there's something done on the front end to cut off the supply chain. We are going to be continuing to chase our tails they Senator Shareef Street says Democrats are trying to pass bill calling for mandatory lost or stolen firearm. Reporting, but it's fallen on death GOP ears. We need action. The meantime, community groups are mediating beef, and the city promises more transparency as the number of shootings and homicides and black communities pick

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New York PD To Add 644 Additional Officers To Subway System Patrol

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | Last week

New York PD To Add 644 Additional Officers To Subway System Patrol

"Police announced that an additional 600 plus officers will now patrol the subways and Number, which actually falls short of what the FDA had wanted. Here's Julia Pop. It's an NYPD Transit chief, Kathleen O'Reilly came to the Union Square station with the announcement that 644 additional cops will be in the subway system. Republican expect to see the surge of uniformed presence in the subway system for the foreseeable future. Trolling platforms, securing entry ways and riding the trains more than 300 will be in uniform, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea told 10 10 wins crime is down in the subway. What we have is a lot of people don't feel safe because of what they see around them. It's not manifesting into reported crime always, but we need Tomo prove on that, and that's us the empty ate together and others and that includes prosecutors, Shea says. People getting arrested or released and are back in the system. Committing another crime. Juliet, Papa 10. 10 wins

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New York Police Department denies MTA request for additional 1k officers

Lynda Lopez

00:34 sec | Last week

New York Police Department denies MTA request for additional 1k officers

"The NYPD is denying an empty a request for an added 1000 police officers and the underground police Commissioner Dermot Shea tells Pix 11 500. Additional officers in the subways is enough to handle the current spike in crime. We think that's the appropriate number right now, Of course, we'll continue to evaluate as we move forward. It's not balanced, and it's the city is not the subway system. It's the entire city and the resource is and the crime picture. Well, we'll continue to fight and get through this. And right now 500 is the number

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NYPD To Add 644 Additional Officers To New York City Subway System Patrol

BBC Newshour

00:49 sec | Last week

NYPD To Add 644 Additional Officers To New York City Subway System Patrol

"The NYPD has deployed 500 police officers to patrol the city subways. That's after a man allegedly stabbed for people on the A line over the weekend, two of them fatally. Police Commissioner Dermot Shea told New York one today. The officers are working overtime or were redeployed from other assignments, and we're going to do everything we can to keep people safe. But more importantly, Pat When you look at the numbers to make people feel safe. Shea says. Despite a syriza of recent high profile attacks crimes in the transit system, we're actually down last December compared to 2019 yesterday. The empty A requested a total of 1000 additional police officers for subways and Chase says While he believes the current number is appropriate, the NYPD will continue to monitor transit crimes and reevaluate its resource

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500 More NYPD Officers Will Patrol Subway System After Fatal Stabbings On ‘A’ Line

Invite Health

00:46 sec | Last week

500 More NYPD Officers Will Patrol Subway System After Fatal Stabbings On ‘A’ Line

"Says a person of interest is in custody in connection with four separate subway stabbings, two of them fatal. The four incidents taking place on the A subway line in the span of a little more than 14 hours between 11:20 A.m. Friday and 1:28 A.m. Saturday, the NYPD, vowing to deploy at least 500 more officers to patrol the system. Police Commissioner Dermot Shake a bottom line that the public should know is this they can expect to see a very large footprint of uniformed officers deployed. Throughout New York City, Whether they go onto a train, whether they go onto a platform and they'll be there as long as needed to make sure that people feel safe. Police say all four stabbing victims appear to be homeless. The elusive

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Two People Found Fatally Stabbed Overnight In Separate Incidents On Same Subway Line, New York Police Say

Weekend News

01:08 min | Last week

Two People Found Fatally Stabbed Overnight In Separate Incidents On Same Subway Line, New York Police Say

"Were four separate stabbings on a trains between yesterday and today, and the NYPD believes they were all carried out by the same person, the latest from WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg. Over the last 24 hours. We have had forced separate incidents of individuals being cut with a sharp object in our transit system, and police Commissioner Dermot Shea says The common denominators are proximity. And the fact that they all happened on the A subway line. The four attacks have come since Friday at approximately 11 29 PM and adult male was pronounced deceased on the A train at the Far Rockaway, Martin. Have a new train station. He suffered stab wounds to his neck and torso. About two hours later at approximately 1:15 A.m. and unconscious 44 year old female was found inside of a train in Inwood Transit chief Kathy O'Reilly says she later died at the hospital and that to others who were stabbed are now recovering. We will immediately commence a surge of officers to patrol both above and below ground, Shea says. That number will be 500 officers. Because people need to not only be safe on the subways, he says. They have to feel safe

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NYPD questioning 'person of interest' in subway slashings: report

Weekend News

01:11 min | Last week

NYPD questioning 'person of interest' in subway slashings: report

"Investigating the possibility that four stabbings on the A train could have been carried out by the same person. And it will mean more officers on the subway. Here's WCBS is Macros Burke. Over the last 24 hours. We have had forced separate incidents of individuals being cut with a sharp object in our transit system, and police Commissioner Dermot Shea says the common denominators are proximity. And the fact that they all happened on the A subway line. The four attacks have come since Friday at approximately 11 29 PM and adult male was pronounced deceased on the A train at the Far Rockaway might Have a new train station. He suffered stab wounds to his neck and torso. About two hours later at approximately 1:15 A.m. unconscious, 44 year old female was found inside of a train in Inwood Transit chief Kathy O'Reilly says she later died at the hospital and that to others who were stabbed are now recovering. We will immediately commence a surge of officers to patrol both above and below ground, Shea says. That number will be 500 officers. Because people need to not only be safe on the subways, he says. They have to feel safe at police

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Boston Ministers, Officers Call On Walsh To Reinstate New Police Commissioner

WBZ Morning News

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Boston Ministers, Officers Call On Walsh To Reinstate New Police Commissioner

"That that Boston Boston police police Commissioner Commissioner Dennis Dennis White White be be reinstated. reinstated. As As he he was was placed placed on on leave leave just just days days after after being being sworn sworn in when decades old allegations of domestic abuse resurfaced. WBC's James RoHaas joining us live and telling us Supporters believe he's been unfairly targeted. Jim. So Mayor Marty Walsh and his administration are facing criticism for how is handling the investigation into the new commissioner, Reverend Eugene Rivers. The third and other black clergy members walked in this white back on the job as the investigation takes place. The Boston Globe reports. They and the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers believe that domestic violence allegations from 22 years ago were known as White moved up the ranks and that he's not facing undue scrutiny because he's black now. Supporters added that they do not condone domestic violence or oppose the current investigation. They just want to see it take place before any decision about whites. Future is made The city not commenting, inciting independent investigation. James RoHaas

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Police Say Woman, 54, Shoved Onto Subway Tracks In The Bronx, New York

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Police Say Woman, 54, Shoved Onto Subway Tracks In The Bronx, New York

"Good morning. I'm Susan Richard. We heard from Police Commissioner Dermot Shea today about the recent crime wave in the transit system, he tells New York won. The latest incident involved a 54 year old woman attacked by a woman in her twenties. Who was pushed onto the subway tracks of the 174th Street station in the Bronx. We don't take too many things more seriously than this in terms of innocent woman. Don't you are coming home and having to go through that. Police so far have made no arrests. A says The NYPD is concerned about the spike in transit crime, including an empty a bus driver who was assaulted in Brooklyn yesterday and multiple slashing incidents in the subways. He says police will be deployed to certain areas of the transit system to keep New Yorkers

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A Philadelphia police officer crashed into a house, critically injuring a woman and killing a dog

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

A Philadelphia police officer crashed into a house, critically injuring a woman and killing a dog

"Was drunk when he drove into a house in northeast Philadelphia over the weekend, killing the family dog. Leaving a person in critical condition. We get the update. I'm kow Charlotte Reese. Police say 27 year old Gregory Campbell was off duty when he left the F O P lodge off Caroline Road just before 8 30 Saturday night. According to authorities, he was driving through the intersection at Comley Road when he lost control of his vehicle and went airborne into a home on the 2800 block of calmly. Investigators say a 53 year old woman became trapped under the car. She was rescued and taken to the hospital. A 45 year old man was also injured. Police say the couple's two dogs were struck as well. One of those dogs was killed. The other was taken to the vet for treatment. Campbell is charged with aggravated assault, D U I and related offenses. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw in a statement says a family should always feel safe in their home. And yet the action of this individual shattered that reality. F O P. President John Mc Nesby calls it an unfortunate incident and says the police union will continue to monitor the investigation. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W news

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Off-duty cop charged with DUI after driving into Northeast Philadelphia house

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Off-duty cop charged with DUI after driving into Northeast Philadelphia house

"Dog dog is is dead dead and and a a woman woman critically critically injured injured after after an an off off duty duty police police officer officer drives drives into into a a home home in in northeast northeast Philadelphia Philadelphia K K Y Y W W Charlotte Charlotte Reese reports The officer is accused of drunk driving. 27 year old Gregory Campbell is facing D U I aggravated assault and other offenses, according to police. The officer was off duty at the F O P Lodge off Caroline Road Saturday night. Authorities say. When Campbell left just before 8 30, he lost control of his car at the intersection of Calmly road and went flying into a home on the 2800 block of calmly. Investigators say his vehicle struck a couple and their two dogs who were inside at the time. A 53 year old woman was knocked unconscious and trapped under the car. A 45 year old man was also injured. Police say one of the dogs has since died. The other was taken to the vet F O P. Lodge President John MC Nesby says the police union will continue to monitor the investigation. Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw calls the incident appalling and says police officers must be held to a higher standard even while off duty.

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Woman injured, dog killed after off-duty Philadelphia police officer drives car into house

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Woman injured, dog killed after off-duty Philadelphia police officer drives car into house

"Philadelphia Police officer is facing D U I and other charges after he drove into a house in northeast Philadelphia as K Y W. Charlotte Reese reports. The crash left one person in critical condition at a family dog dead. Police say 27 year old Gregory Campbell was off duty when he left the F O P lodge off Caroline Road just before 8 37. Day night, according to authorities. He was driving through the intersection at Comley Road when he lost control of his vehicle and went airborne into a home on the 2800 block of calmly. Investigators say a 53 year old woman became trapped under the car. She was rescued and taken to the hospital. A 45 year old man was also injured. Police say the couple's two dogs were struck as well. One of those dogs was killed. The other was taken to the vet for treatment. Campbell is charged with aggravated assault, D U I and related offenses. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Daniel Outlaw in a statement says a family should always feel safe in their home. And yet the action of this individual shattered that reality. F O P. President John Mc Nesby calls it an unfortunate incident and says the police union will continue to monitor the investigation. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W News radio.

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NYPD Officer Under Investigation For Wearing Pro-Trump Patch While In Uniform

Weekend News

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

NYPD Officer Under Investigation For Wearing Pro-Trump Patch While In Uniform

"Who wore to trump patches during a black lives matter protest in Brooklyn Friday, the on duty film female sergeant also was wearing her mask below her nose. The unnamed sergeant was videotaped wearing the trump patches on their uniforms. The video spread on the Internet. One pack said Trump Make enforcement great again, 2020. Officer has received an initial discipline for warring it politically oriented patch while on duty, said the department in my PTS, continuing to investigate police commissioner German Shades quitted quoting here, members of the NYPD must remain a political. It's essential to public trust in officers ability to perform their jobs. New York state

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William Gross To Step Down As Boston Police Commissioner

WBZ Overnight News

00:51 sec | Last month

William Gross To Step Down As Boston Police Commissioner

"His his decision decision to to retire retire effective effective today today and and also also his his decision decision not not to to run run for mayor or people too. You want me to go forward forward as a mayoral candidate? It just said a lot. I mean, wow. People raised me and they're like we still believe in you. And we think you're the one that would best leave the city. Um It was just an honor to do so. That's why I gave it deep consideration. But I don't know how many mayors have become police commissioners, But my passing is with law enforcement. And I followed my heart and I made a promise to my family. We planned out retirement. And when Mayor wash. Um Whatever you left, I was going to go to. So I kept the word to my family, which is important. Commissioner Grass on night side with Dan Rae Mayor Marty Walsh has been nominated to become labor

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Philly police commissioner defends department’s response to protests following critical report and says she won’t resign

KYW 24 Hour News

01:15 min | Last month

Philly police commissioner defends department’s response to protests following critical report and says she won’t resign

"Commissioner Danielle Outlaw says she will not resign despite a critical city controller report that charges city leaders lacked planning and preparedness during the civil unrest last spring. Hey, why W Crime and justice reporter Christian Joe Hansen tells us the commissioner admits mistakes were made and the department has learned from them. Commissioner Daniel Outlaws says there was no blueprint for the kind of unrest that unfolded and at first they were severely understaffed. We began to bolster our resource is like help from state police and canceling days off for city officers, something noted in the report that should have done earlier. The report also fails to acknowledge the dozens of injuries sustained by P. P. D officers that bravely stood the line in front of non piece Protesters who threw acid urine, bricks, bottles and various other weapons and objects, she says. There's several dozen use of force investigations underway and they're trying to put together a timeline witness is being identified trying to figure out who was responsible for what Outlaw says the beginning. More updates as more comes to light. For now, they've implemented several dozen new policies because of last month's City commission to report. Police officials say the mayor didn't attend the press conference because they had something else on his schedule. Outside police headquarters. Kristen Joe Hansen came by double huge news radio Philadelphia

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Philadelphia dad charged after 9-year-old daughter accidentally shot by 5-year-old boy

KYW 24 Hour News

01:23 min | Last month

Philadelphia dad charged after 9-year-old daughter accidentally shot by 5-year-old boy

"Year old. Now the Little girl's father is facing manslaughter charges. This tragedy, gun violence and more. They're all the subjects of an interview with Philadelphia's top cop on this weekend's flashpoint, Here's KOW Community affairs reporter Cherry, Greg. It's been quite a year for Philadelphia Police commissioner Danielle Outlaw. I mean, she became the first black woman to lead the city's police department last February, and within weeks, the city was on covert 19 lockdown. And then weeks after that, George Floyd protests looting all the while the number of shootings and homicides kept ticking up. Now outlaw is a mother of two sons. She says the year deeply affected her and the most recent death of a nine year old girl hit particularly hard walked in the house. I saw the sea and I know the circumstances behind. I love it. A lot of these things can be prevented so while walked out of there with just like a pit in my stomach, it's sadness. It's grief. But a lot of it is anger. Outlaw discusses gun violence and you'd be surprised at what she says need to happen in order to turn things around. She also discusses her vision for 2021 what it's like to break both racial And gender barriers and law enforcement. You can catch flashpoint every Saturday night at 9 30 every Sunday morning at 8 30 right here on K What? W NewsRadio one of 3.9 f N. Well, no one has stepped up to

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Philadelphia police officer accused of sexually assaulting a minor

KYW 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | Last month

Philadelphia police officer accused of sexually assaulting a minor

"Assault. Officer Rahim Montgomery is a 20 year veteran of the force. Over the summer, A young woman told police he officer sexually assaulted her five years prior when she was a minor. The D A's office has filed several charges against the 40 year old cop. The police commissioner has suspended him with the intent to dismiss. By the way, the commissioner's ball on the job now

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New York Police Officer Who Killed Delrawn Small In 2016 Driving Dispute Will Face Disciplinary Charges

Wayne Cabot

00:42 sec | Last month

New York Police Officer Who Killed Delrawn Small In 2016 Driving Dispute Will Face Disciplinary Charges

"The New York Police Department will be bringing disciplinary charges against an officer who killed a man in 2016 in a road rage shooting, and Brooklyn officer Wayne Isaacs was found not guilty of criminal charges and trial. In the death of Del Ron small, small girlfriend told police at the time. Small felt that Isaac's cut him off in traffic and got out of his car to confront the officer and the officer shot him. Jury found Isaac's not guilty of murder or manslaughter, but the City civilian Complaint Review Board found there was excessive force used. Police Commissioner German Shea says the NYPD will cooperate with the CCR be in every way. The smallest family criticizes both the police and mayor DiBlasio for waiting 4.5 years after the shooting to start Disciplinary proceedings.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

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"police commissioner" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

08:02 min | 8 months ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Democrats all the cities. That's run by Democrats. Today that have the highest reclaim rates the high shootings highest murder. You're talking to Chicago Baltimore. Minneapolis Milwaukee Troy over and over. There's about twenty to twenty five. But then they had the highest crime rates in the country who runs them GonNa Kratz. What did they say they need? We need better schools. We need jobs. Nobody nobody's working here. We need we need to get rid of poverty. I guess what it's never going to happen. You're never GONNA get rid of it if you do not reduce crime. What's their answer? Let's run the police. Take that money and put it somewhere else. We GonNA put it. You'RE GONNA put it into educational programs. Kids aren't going to go to school. You'RE GONNA put it into after school programs not GonNa work. You'RE GONNA put it into social services programs really I do this all day long. Here's here's here's the one. That really that that baffles my mind. We're GONNA hire social workers instead of police to go out and respond to domestic violence and other social calls social service type calls. Okay really well day in the policing world today as we stand maybe you know now in for the last twenty years we have. We have yet in policing to be able to predetermine when it domestic violence call is going to turn violent when it's so social services call is GONNA turn violent. We don't have we don't walk around with a Crystal Ball we don't have ESP. We don't know what's going to have to win be added a car and these cops are armed it. Walk up to a door on the other side of that door. Some woman that just call the police because their boyfriends beaten her and they walk into the door and the guy behind the door opens fire and kills both cops. Yeah what are you GONNA do? When said social words? What are you GonNa do that? Who's GONNA respond? It's the most insane and ludicrous that I I'd idea to here in the world of reality I live in a world reality. I don't live in a world where you know us all these sound bites and you know you talk hold his social months and because at the end of the day somebody has to do the work the men and women in blue have to go out there respond to these jobs and after deal with the people in the other end and the thing the same people and usually i. I WANNA clarify this ninety percent of the time. It's not the community leaders from these communities. That's a problem with the police. It's only it's only about ten percent taught most of the time. The problem with the police comes from. Outsiders comes from instigators. The Al Sharpton Jesse Jackson's the race baiters does are the people that create hysteria around the working policeman in real communities because those people that really live there those people that live on the south side of Chicago. They want the police there. They want as many as they can get. They want them there because they know without them. They're gonNA live in awards in the bottom line. Is it's not happening today. Because the mayors and the governors. They're falling to this. This cowardice Where there are basically given up the shop. You know. Okay we'RE GONNA want we're going to diminish we're going to eliminate I saw in Minneapolis. It can't even say this in Minneapolis. They're going to eliminate the police completely and create some kind of response public safety the unit. That does that job. Well I you know I the only thing I can say is I honestly feel sorry for the people of Minneapolis That have to wind up on the receiving end of this. Because it's going to destroy lives it's GonNa get people killed it's GonNa Create. Unrest is going to be enormous corruption. They're gonNA be all kinds of problems that come out of this. They don't even know what's coming now. Does it shock you at all to see the retirement rate rise the suicide rate and I note Kovic ties into this a little bit but the retirement rate amongst police Is Sky IT'S INSANE? I mean on replaceable right. I is that especially now with defunding. I think we both know what the end game looks like in. You know or at least how they want it. You can't replace these people. You can't replace these COPS KNOW. Here's the problem that you know. Good defunding itself that in itself. That's not forcing these cops into retirement because at the end of the day men and women that do this job they want to do the job because they WANNA help people if they didn't you know nobody takes this job. Especially these days. Nobody takes a job as the COP For the benefits. Nobody takes the job as a COP FOR VACATION TIME. Because you could do much better somewhere else do much better so at the end of the day many women that take this job today you take the job because you WANNA help. Can you believe in the job? You believe in service and then you know somebody says we're GONNA be fun. We're going to diminish the poorest. We're going to do whatever that's not. Get an impact on the cops as far as they want to leave because they think their job's going to be lost. No THEY WANNA leave because the mayor will not support them. You look at what happened. In Atlanta Georgia at six cops of Atlanta Georgia fired and wound up criminally charging them because they used a taser trying to get people out of a car that they were trying to arrest. It was illegal. Arrest was a legal SKOP. It was illegal usage of the Taser yet the mayor and the DA who himself is under state investigation for political reasons. They moved forward on this termination in on these charges. Two weeks later in Atlanta COP GETS INVOLVED TWO COPS gets involved with the guy. They're trying to arrest. He overpowered said he attacks them he disarms them over teaser. He sued days are at them when they opened fire and he winds up dying they charge the COP charge. The COP deuces complete insanity to me. It's it's the most bizarre thing I've ever seen in this industry and I've been around for thirty five years. But here's what's this goes back to what you're talking about on the retirements. If I'M GONNA comp watching this you think I want to stay in that department. Helms think I want to continue to serve. No Hell No. You don't want to stay. You don't WanNA stick around. Because at the end of the day. What's going to happen is you're going to be at the wrong place at the wrong time and do the wrong thing. And guess what you're GonNa be completely abandoned thrown under the bus..

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"police commissioner" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The fifty nine street then from sixth avenue the 8th have i it's a very large grid and in addition to that it will be covered vertically as was alluded to earlier in a comment uh from the police commissioner o'neill we have traditionally in the past had cyprus's in place overlooking time square and other areas around the perimeter of times square there are more resources dedicated issue than any year prior in light of these most recent incidents one in the port authority bus terminal than the other one of course on the bike path more on the westside highway um it's just the uniform police presence that you'll see jennifer it's those assets that are in place but you won't see this security plan is supported not just by the new york city police department gun at thirty seven thousand sworn members but by our intelligence community by all federal agencies the fbi the secret service the atf it's a very very comprehensive wellthought out uh approach they have the subways on the control at one of the times square the sewer caps of sealed in welded garbage pails a release they'll have uh san trucks at intersections to prevent anyone from basically penetrating the perimeter into densely populated areas where they're pedestrians it's very thorough very well thought out and there was no police agency on the planet that say capable of putting in place place a plan of this type can primarily because of being the number of assets and resources that they have in the city thirty seven thousand police officers alone is larger than than most countries army's to mention three times as large as the next closest police department in the united states they have a lot of good resources here and they have the right head for you know we have we wonderful bosses here that the police commissioner's exceptional chiefs is immediate subordinates for deputy commissioners everybody's really on point and a lot of what they're doing this year is discussing in disclosing the plan to kinda discourage anyone can trying to come in and carry something out you know by virtue of the fact that the year running year route put on various parades whether it's the columbus day parade saint patrick's day thanksgiving day parade in new year's eve without incident speaks volumes as to how thorough this agency is but with all of.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Supporters to the polls for alabama special senate election tomorrow politicos daniel lippman via skype says jones's ignoring of fox poll that gave him a ten point edge jones is dismissing a poll because he doesn't want people to rest easy on the roro's he wants every democrat in every modern republican to come out of the polls because this was all about turn out with me to movement gaining steam three women who accused president trump of sexual misconduct came forward today to repeat their stories white house spokeswoman sarah sanders said voters rejected the allegations last year prison has forced him knowledge on what he did and didn't do he can speak directly to and he hasn't he address them and i don't have anything further to add new york city police say a 27yearold bangladeshi native intended to set off the pipe bomb that injured five people during the morning rush hour cbs's dimarco mortgage authorities say at seven twenty a m the terrorist suspect 27yearold akayesu la set off the bomb in an underground pedestrian tunnel just two blocks from new york's times square police commissioner james o'neill wimmer investigation at the scene indicates this mail was wearing an improvised low tech explosive device attached to his body officials say the bomb was similar to a pipe bomb and was strapped tula using bill crowe and zip ties it's will lead to the bomb malfunctioned and partially exploded as we love lay burned and bruised two officers grabbed him and successfully removed the explosives five people sustained minor injuries residents of carpentaria california are hoping firefighters could keep a huge wildfire under control knx is john baird says the blazes threatened some neighborhoods and cause some to evacuate of all articles of asher rating down everywhere getting into every thing maki of toughter brief alley green isn't going anywhere but then again she lives right across the street from the high school which is the staging area filled with about two hundred firetrucks i think it's absolutely amazing i hear this show of force in the equipment that's coming so she's pretty confident about the situation right now no i mean that when you see the flames at night in the trees bursting there's a new way to.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Paul shortly after the bombing in manhattan wbz's carl stevens went apart street station downtown boston talk to riders of the tea asking their their reaction to what happened in new york carl joins me here in the studio so what they tell you well nobody was really surprised yeah i tell you that much i mean this is another reminder of something that we've been reminded to all all too often in fact we got a reminder of that just a few stops up from park street that being on on boils and street over there down by copley square the marathon finish line so you know we're acquainted with this kind of stuff most of the people i talked to said that what happened this morning in square ride does not make them more afraid to ride the tail though a couple of passengers did talk about the vulnerability that somebody has in that space whether there to subway platform bus station airport terminal one person told me she respects the job the boston police do on a daily basis and i guess the stir up this up rudd of all the people i talk to their this morning when i remembered most as a woman who said i just don't like to think about it oh interesting now you did mention of the fact that the some of the folks were talking about how thankful they are about the boston police departure and i know commissioner evans has been on this since he got word about it this morning too yeah he said they had stepped up patrols his office has been in contact with the new york police department but he added ride that he sees no larger threat other than that single guy in near times square now you know something the mayor of new york and the governor of new york police commissioner of new york all said that the yorkers are very resilient yep and they're not going to let them uh the terrorists uh gather them and the change the way they live boston owning and so i think i feel the same way yeah absolutely we saw that after the marathon bombings in as as as i started with my comments we've had too much practice too much practice on this but you know um you're right that's.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the fis follow us on twitter of net ivc traffic thank you very much map arabs wanted an update on what's going on in new york william bratton is the completes commissioner in new york according to fox news he is saying this is an isis inspired attacked in new york this port authority was a bomb whether it was detonated or whether it was a person who was the bomb that is not yet understood there's one person in custody we have no other information on injuries fatalities or anything else we only have the words of william bratton um who served as police commissioner served as police commissioner i'm sorry not be current police commissioner saying that this is an isis inspired attack i will wait to have some confirmation from nypd about who this is this is the former police commissioner making that statement i'm going to wait for a full on report which we should have at least some information in the next hour or two again this is an explosion that occurred six thirty in the morning uh this morning in new york we have no reports of injuries or fatalities we know port authority is closed up porter thirty five blocks away from time square i'll more on this when we return tony cats 93 wibc good morning monday on the hammer and nigel show highlights from that a rowdy donald trump rally in pensacola friday plus it's election eve inapp or a cans are playing on grass on a house.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Do as well and baltimore city not just because there needs to be a long and shortterm solution but to to get the community to buy him one of the biggest problems we have is that our community still does not tr not a me in large measure your aim and he does not trust the police department and they want to see after listen to his offices desolate what those though he's he's not what police officers to acquire any more power over them and we've got to be able to convince folk vince folks that were not just giving the police more powers but we're also trying to make sure that there are fewer people at the police who have to arrest because we're offering these services that are absolutely necessary in these areas were most of the violence occurs i agree with you i'm just saying he would it curbs to these violent predators that are in these communities and particularly the woods that are repeat violent defenders a lot of people just don't feel like when not addressing and that if you look at it wanted the us attorney forever yesterday now deputy attorney general rod rosenstein talked about because he was dare but he was there for the end of obama he he was there for sheila dixit he was there first at blake he was the if a bed jazz leaves the epa greg bursting see what you all it it what it thinks he sample as what we saw things really go down delegate to under two hundred herbicides to less arrest is that everybody was of the same page of we pete bow defectors and he said that that happening there he lived through that he saw it the police commissioner on the mayor understand that philosophy they they know that that is what works uh as you said russia and bakers have exactly the same thing today that's why the mayor instituted a couple of months ago of this programme where eight o'clock every morning city agency heads or down with the police the order districts right so um you know you can rail against that.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We have this moment this was an act of terror a particularly cowardly act of terror aimed at innocence civilians aimed at people going about their lives who had no idea what was about to hit them we know that this action was intended to break our spirit but we also know new yorkers are strong yorkers a resilient and our spirit will never be moved by an act of violence and act meant to intimidate us ending now with the words from new york city's mad bill de blasio you will also heard from eyewitnesses and the city police commissioner james and neil a correspondent in new york is michelle flowery i'm standing on the west side highway and murray state at the police cordon in what is now an anc dave crime scene investigation the head even though nightfall his hair and and and at the scene is making part by by skyscrapers surrounding era manning said of yellow uniform came karenzi police officers going for trying to us fabulous what took place now as you head only lease from the mayor we know that the driver this theor koa dumb the curb onto the sidewalk onto the pavement plowing into a busy bicycle lane the driver then go south of the vehicle we understand shouting something carrying what were imitation in firearms relate to learn but they are in fact the pilot gun and a paint organic and that individual was sought by police on the scene and taken into custody we lights and learned that he was at twenty nine year old by the name of cycle of sipe who was carrying a driver's license from florida at what else do we know about his motive there were reports of a note being found so we still think to hear from authorities ruled that a note was found by law enforcement officials in the van that he was driving an innate apparently he pledged allegiance to isis this i think fits into what we heard from the new york police commissioner describe this as a lone wolf attacks this point they didn't say it was part of a.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"This is too long coming so the portal mayor ten wheeler who is also the city's police commissioner it was the right thing to do so what are the current policy police officers can add somebody to a gang database if the person self identifies as a gang member participates in gang initially initiation rituals commits a gangrelated crime or displays two or more of observable signs of a gang membership yup shaken my it to michael neither a criminal conviction nor arrest is required to attach a gang designation to a suspects file isn't this just it's weird it's so bizarre so the portland police label about one hundred people as gang members each year when an officer runs the name of a person who's been flagged as a gang member the label will show up in a special report that includes any known information about nicknames employers schools vehicles associates so officers will no longer keep though those reports reflect says the captain instead they're going to try and record only alleged criminal conduct such as illegal weapons possessions involvements in shootings that cetera anything else that can be used to identify the gang member go s police says the gang reports are necessary because new process these and other technologies allow offices to investigate crimes without the need to identify people as gang members or members of a gang blah blah blah blah blah you know they tried to avoid the obvious when the obvious is a fact nothing they do changes the fact that eighty one percent of the gang members in portland are minority members what are you gonna do is gonna have a recruitment campaign for more white people to join gangs is that how stupid this is going to get so at the risk of offending somebody they get rid of all of this intelligence office g to all of this information they have on these people just simply because eighty one percent of them are latino or black this is called way is origin or asian they just simply need more white gangbangers this is this is nuts this doesn't yeah you're right this is insane why would any one not want the intel the info on organized crime and that's what that's what gangs are there organized crime.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"A negative influence on on are due to recruit you're competing today uh pass the the sales to actually gonna bowed in november uh hopefully that'll pass w you know we debt these officers definitely need to be uh compensated uh fairly age still even at this day won't make it as much as the county but still is going to get him to appoint were were were able to compete at least you know where we makeup on the other side we have a good pension for it uh and benefit so uh that's where we make up we often say we don't get on the front end but we're going to get in on the back on where it with our pension so at the those be in short in in in in compensating or officers hurt are to really a a big issues that i that i have to deal with it on top of that you know we we we do have crime in or uh you know trying to address at we've got the recently had to a department of justice a reports on st louis city of violent crime and uh uh also aggravated assaults nonfatal aggravated assault so we got to really good good reports from the department of justice eric can't helps as uh give us a roadmap we brought in to experts paul evans uh the former police commissioner in boston came in the st louis a several times to help us with a strategic plan to deal with violent crimes were putting forth our our strategy uh to deal gold with the violent crime what i me you know we talked about this in the prior segments and i keep sort of rousing with this nieto police officers and you have a degree of criminal justice and so douar you all or a third of the justice uh one of justice system and that is law enforcement the judicial branch and corrections that system then sits in abroad broader societal system in terms of education family social civic and.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst or the thirty people are in custody today after a rally and counterprotest on the boston common yang of us quiz tone us from member station w g be h has more boston police used jersey barriers to separate people at a socalled free speech rally which was organized by rightwing groups and counterprotestors the police help the free speech rally goers leave the park in police wagons while protestors threw things and called the police nazi escorts police commissioner william lavigne's the fourth amendment be below in knowing that killed we have row significant property after the rally police continued to skirmished with small bands of counterprotesters near the park for npr news and yacob asked if tone us in boston virginia's governor a signed an executive order temporarily halting all public demonstrations at a confederate memorial in the state's capital mallory no pain of member station wvtm reports citing the violence in charlottesville governor terry mcauliffe says the state is now writing new rules on issuing permits for demonstrations he says the regulations will balance first amendment rights and public safety intel those emergency regulations are put in place virginia won't issue any permits for rallies at a robert e lee monument in richmond that site is owned by the state and has a prominent location in a busy traffic circle mcauliffe says demonstrations they are could create a safety hazard earlier this week a confederate heritage group withdrew a permit request for a rally they are in september for npr news i'm mallory no pain in richmond.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The people so that the abuses they were suffering through robberies and assaults we could deal with it but they would not reported to the police and this is going to be the same situation in in brentwood where the latino community is not to come to the police because of the fear of that much thirteen admits thirteen as saying well you see we are on your side because they're coming after us all as immigrants and we we should this is a such an important point because one what we want our we want police offers to be safe we want community members to be safe one of the ways we create safety is that we have better relationships but tween police and community that community trust police they're able to come to police at one of the things we're seeing with the immigration crackdowns is that and we have complete commissioners sixty one who signed a letter in march of this year actually concerned about the role and relationship of the federal administration to policing man ending sanctuary cities actually participate in ice rates and they're saying no because we need undocumented immigrants to be able to come to us as witnesses as victims of crime in order to get the folks were actually creating the safety problem off the streets and we've in hearing this very recently from police commissioner of houston who who has said no many things about how dangerous m m two ms ms thirteen is which by the way is only one percent of all gang activity in the us and most doctors without borders has already said that many of the folks who are crossing the border uh without documentation from central america are fleeing the violence in their communities and only point o two percent of youth crossing the border her are suspected of gang activity i wanted to.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Police on the main line have surveillance video and an earlier shooting to go go on now as they try to track down the killer who shot a man to death over the weekend kyw is mark abrams following this story joins us live from haverford township with latest on the investigation mark of rented police say this surveillance video captured near the shooting scene along kabir for road here in haverford township could lead them to the suspect who fatally wounded twenty nine year old john lee of narberth a police also believe this same shooter was behind an unprovoked attack on two men were sitting at a parked car near seventy seven street sherwood road about three miles from that fatal shooting scene earlier philadelphia police commissioner richards ross says that shooter unloaded fifteen to seventeen bullets at that car miraculously the two men were not hit basically they see him act loses wishes end in terms of turns multiple rounds obviously by his actions previously vary beilin individual a back here and have for township the of a quiet community has been shattered by what police are calling random shootings at diane lives here along darby road not far from a convenience store this very shocking that i did see it on the news and i was very surprised investigators are hoping somebody he can identify the shooter from the images police have released you can see them on our website cbsphillycom and if you know him commissioner ross says police want to hear from you right away reporting live from haverford township mark abrams kyw newsradio and philadelphia police investigating to overnight shootings one of them deadly the other left a teenage girl wounded kyw used hermanez live at police headquarters with that story tim and brennan first homicide detectives are looking into the death of a man in his twenty's in the fair hill section of the city is police commissioner richard ross i believe he was sitting on his steps loses vein several gunshot wounds they're working right now in the neighborhood gone to find out the new surveillance video police said the unidentified the victim who was shot four times.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on WJR 760

"Do something about it well there are limits to what one can do even if one is mayor uh cavanaugh's first appointment as police commissioner of police commissioner was george edwards uh whom he uh persuaded to leave the michigan supreme court to become police commissioner and george edward walked away added assiduously uh but with limited result also so it it wasn't a matter waving go on and the problem would disappear uh we had a lot of of uh institutional problems ended a editor department uh that reinforced it racial behavior uh and that's what i had been brought into the department to try to deal with iran of course uh fifty years later i should say uh success was limited to put it mildly but i would add also frank this is not just a problem in detroit was a problem all across the nation and continues to be a problem across the nation if something has not changed in substance in fifty years uh in this country it is the relationship between the police and minority citizens and how come how can we change that well i've begun an increasingly to to say that with one answer is certainly to quit using the us military as a recruitment base for city police officers i don't think it makes any sense whatsoever to rick for the military to recruit young uh eighteen nineteen year old uh training them to kill send them overseas to fight wars uh and kill people which uh has to be done for the security of the country to be sure but then to bring those kids home at twenty three twenty four twenty five put him in police departments and expect them to be officer friendly uh if if ludicrous so one of the things i think.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Feminist majority i can't take it i just can't take it not all women a like this but god why did they pick the the dodo birds for these jobs how is that even possible because the women who are in doda birds actually do something else like razor familyrun business i don't think they actually want to become a police commissioner oreja or a mayor now here's a former boston police commissioner on the minneapolis shooting at davis got to hit clip can listen to this one i don't know if there was something that drew this decision to have the officer pull the trigger but i'll tell you what goes against all training it we have offices are trained to put distance between themselves in the threat he respond on the feet or something is happening and never the fire down over the the chefs the over a partner but that doesn't make any sense so if this was a purposeful shot it was against all she it fitting mistake than an apology needs to be given to the family but that have the mayor promote anchor to say that the police department doesn't have any information muslim conscionable and in not not appropriate initially in age see that's that's a former police commissioner a real one in the days when they were real ones as police commissioners as opposed to the university girls and boys the barbie dolls that they've picked now to run police departments across america this is crazy crazy story i don't know what he heard a firecracker the cop panicked and shot through the door of his own car to kill a woman in a pair pajamas would call them so the first thing to do first thing to do first thing to do was a drug test on the cop right or wrong wouldn't you i do a drug test maybe was showing cat k hate that anyone think of that i as a way way the why do i didn't read that while read it cats k hate nazi a take maybe he was chewing something before or during his work hours or maybe took something maybe yours i medication that's the first thing you look at his medication don't you legal or illegal knocked it will bring the woman back to life but you then decide whether there are charges to be filed against them all right i don't.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on WDRC

"Feminist majority i can't take it i just can't take it not all women a like this but god why did they pick the the dodo birds for these jobs how is that even possible that the women who are in doda birds actually do something else like razor familyrun of business i don't think they actually want to become a police commissioner oreja or a mayor now here's a former boston police commissioner on the minneapolis shooting at davis you gotta hit clip ten listen to this one i don't know if there was something that drew this decision to have the officer pull the trigger but i'll tell you what goes against all training that we health officials are trained to distance between themselves look for it to respond on if something is happening and never the fire done over the chefs the over the partner but that doesn't make any sense if this was a purposeful shot it was against all she if it was a mistake than an apology needs to be given to the family but they have the mayor promote and to say that the police department doesn't have any information ashland conscionable and and not not appropriate in this day and age she that's the that's a former police commissioner a real one in the days when they were real ones as police commissioners as opposed to the university girls and boys the barbie dolls that they've picked thou the run police departments across america this was crazy crazy story i don't know what he heard a firecracker aqap panic and shot through the door of his own car killer woman in a pair pajamas would call them so the first thing to do i think you do first thing to do was a drug test them a cop right or wrong wouldn't you i do a drug test maybe was showing cat k hate did anyone think of that either way way the one who i didn't read that while read it cats k hate nazi eighteight maybe he was chewing something before or during his work hours or maybe took something maybe was on medication that's the first thing you look at his medication don't you legal or illegal knocked it will bring the woman back to life but you then decide whether there are charges to be filed against them all right i don't.

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"police commissioner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"police commissioner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"With one officer under arrest out on bail as seven cadets are arrested thousands more to go that is of course unless the the misin th rrapi was isolated to one of two divisions seventyseventh and sunset that's plausible could happen right but we're going to find out because the police commissioner lapd police commissioner will establish inspector general to investigate the cadet program from top to bottom and don't know what this entails in terms of sitting down with a bunch of fifteen year olds and asking if anything untoward has been happening but anyway we'll we'll see the president of the civilian pannella to receive zeal apd's said he will direct daily pds watchdog to review the program the latest increase stemming from a series of disturbing allegations involving the long championed youth programme the heavily policed commission matt johnson said he would ask inspector general alex boost monday to to look into how the lapd recruits and supervises it's teenage cadets as well as how the department oversees the programme in general so i was looking of just looking for any other canaries in the coal mine when they couldn't find them it's what is so odd to me about this police get a program is is totally under the radar there were no disciplinary issues no inappropriate relationships staff and then all of a sudden on the clearblue sky three cadets have taken possession of police cruisers for a couple of weeks and home bulletproof vest taize irs and they're ripping around polling people over it seems like quite a leap from a lily white program with no blemishes to suddenly that but maybe that is a testament to how well the program run that you got three bad eggs one day who the or that the officer who was innocent till proven guilty of course the 10year veteran robert kane who had nothing to do with the program but who chief beck personally arrested on thursday and then gave more information about inappropriate texts between of the thirty one year old officer in the 15yearold cadet and so it sounds like if he say that out loud and sounds like officer cain an east lawyer up in her in a very real and legally binding sense with a real topnotch attorney and will the la police commission reveal if they're finding more stuff we don't know but i'll tell you how this works these fifteen.

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