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01:59 min | 1 year ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WTOP

"They should think twice before joining them on the force. We've changed some of the officers voices in this story to protect their identity. Would you tell someone to be a police officer right now? No, This is not a good time for policing. I don't. I don't know if he'll ever get anybody, but now I wouldn't not every officer feels like it's time to leave Policing. But an officer from a local department who asked we withhold his name to protect his identity, says there's no doubt increasing anti police sentiment in the last year has made his job more difficult with the community had your back. We're now there's just no more blood. But it really just comes down to who supports you. When you don't have support. It's bad. I would tell people if you're going to go into policing. Be realistic about what your expectations are. I understand that some people are going to hate you just because you're wearing that uniform and have that badge. An officer with Fairfax County Police who will refer to his Dave says during the height of the Black lives matter, movement and social unrest following the killing of George Floyd. It was difficult not to take the anti police chance personally, It's hard to get people to have Stop for a minute and say, Hey, that's right. I have not had a bad experience with the police officer. Everything I've experienced I've just seen on YouTube. Angelo Consoli with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge. 89, representing Prince George's County officers says many who are eligible are retiring and no one is coming up to replace them. The recruitment and the amount of the class sizes have gone down, and I think until things improve, we're not going to see too much of a change in that in Fairfax County, Dave says its officers with only a few years on the job, who are leaving Some are transferring their skills to other departments. The next fire academy was made up mostly of former police who are just doing a lateral over there. Well, their experiences very each officer says Their job is becoming a lot more difficult than it used to be. Do you wish you were doing sales? The only thing that gets me tomorrow is the fact that I'm just one day closer to her time. Find the entire policing through change. Syriza Online. The w t o p dot.

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"police lodge" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WTOP

"Continuing negotiations on a proposed pandemic stimulus bill that could be announced soon more from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey. A bipartisan $900 billion deal is expected to include 600 to $700 stimulus checks and extended unemployment benefits. The first vote on the bill could happen Thursday. Senate Democratic leader truck Schumer We are close to an agreement, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell congressional leaders on both sides are going to keep working until We got this dog. The bill likely won't include coronavirus related liability protections for business is strongly opposed by Democrats. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is quarantining after he came in contact with someone who's tested positive for covert. 19. Pompeo himself has tested negative for the virus. But he's following CDC guidelines not clear when Pompeo came into contact with that person or who it is. However, he recently hosted an indoor holiday party with his wife. Ah, former Prince George's County police officer will spend the next seven years in prison for sexually assaulting of female officer at a party more than three years ago. Prince George's county state's attorney, I use a brave boy says the woman who lieutenant Richard Talent sexually assaulted, told the judge. She's not a victim. Rather a survivor. He exemplifies the bravery that the men and women The Prince George's County Police Department are supposed to exemplify Rene Joy with the prosecutor's office says Talent was stripped of his police powers. Shortly after the February 2017 assault outside a fraternal order of police Lodge when the victim had to relieve herself in the woods. That's when Richard Talent went after her, tackled her to the ground, pinned her and sexually assaulted her. Two other officers stumbled upon the assault and testified to a jury. Found talent guilty of second degree sex defense last year. Meghan Cloherty wt o p. News Check on sports. Next 4 44 rations. The furniture is celebrating.

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"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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04:05 min | 1 year ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We must all think bigger about the challenges that we face. Come alongside one another and tackle these issues together. We can never move forward. If we keep talking about division most unifying everyone. Everyone has a seat at the table in our community, and we stand firm on that. I know he does. So we really need to seize the opportunity to start bringing folks together and that injecting politics into the discussion. OK, let me pick you back on that than me. Hammer and I just radio host man we've had you on several times we've had. Ah, Reverend Charles Harrison from the 10 Point Coalition several times. What? What can we do with citizens? I mean, you have suggestions on what the criminal justice system could do You point out very Specifically, what are local administration could do. What can I do? Just in ordinary citizen Who wants? What can hammer do? What can people listening right now? Do other than just, you know, sit there and watch the news and say that's too bad. Is there anything that ordinary citizens Khun D'oh? Well, the first thing I always point out people's control what you can control. You can't necessarily control what decisions or what actions were taken downtown in the city County building or at the Statehouse. You didn't play a role, and you do ultimately control that first and foremost start in your own neighborhood. Start engaging with your neighbors looking out for one another loving your neighbor. It's not a popular thing to talk about. But we must do that. We will never listen. If we can't Love our neighbor and think bigger about the challenges we face. Think about something that's more important than ourselves. We're done. We're done. Our society is built upon that and we have got to come together to do that. We could do that in our own neighborhoods. But I would say this our community our residents, you have to engage in the process. Start engaging on your local political front. When folks do that, just as we've seen recently, and they see some of the City County Council meetings in depth, like Hammer did for 5.5 hours the other night. You would be Beside yourself When you see some of the dysfunction that is occurring because of politics being injected into these discussions, so you've gotta demand better. You gotta demand more. As I said on mutual dialogue deserves better. And, uh, we set those expectations will start getting that. But it comes from demanding that from our leaders and you know many of our local leaders. Now, there they are. They're listening, but your voice has to get hurt and you have to reach out. You have to contact them and you have to let them know what your priorities are, and we could do that. But again. We? We try to get that done by giving folks around the table where we can collectively here one another, and they're shutting that down. That's the first and foremost and end has to be bought that way each everyone in the discussion Well, Rick tell the officers that there's a lot of people that support what they do. They might not hear it from our local officials. But there's a lot of people that support what they do. There's going to be officers out there tonight, making sure that people Marching up and down the streets, yelling blank. You are protected safely, and there's a lot of people out there. That's are not represented by our city leaders. Make sure you let your officers know that We will there truly remarkable folks who are doing that They're going to ensure that the constitutional protections of everyone are insured. And you know, they go out there day in and day out and do it and we don't talk enough about them. They really are some of the best amongst us, and they are what's holding our our communities together. We need to stand up and support them and engage in this situation and stand the line together. And together we'll get through all of this. I'm confident in that guys. Thank you very much. You've gotto thank you. That's Rick Snyder, President of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge. Eighties. I like event That's really firm. I need something a little softer than that Rest easy in the sleep number. 3 60. Smart bet you could both adjust your comfort your sleep number set. It can really help me fall asleep Faster. Yes, but gently warming your feet. Okay,.

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"police lodge" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WTOP

"Glenys Medina, whose family owns a salon in Tacoma Park, I am very, very happy. As the immigrant daughter. I haven't very satisfied of the outcome. Her family's originally from the Dominican Republic, and as a young businesswoman, she says she's inspired by the thought of Kamala Harris as vice president. Take Ryan. W T O P News In other news this morning. A Virginia state trooper is out of the hospital after a crash involving her patrol car. Police say that around 11 30 Friday night a 2014 Volkswagen traveling east on I 66 through a mobile work zone, changed lanes and slammed into the back of the police car. It happened just before exit 69 in Arlington, VW's female driver and male passenger then took off on foot. Police later called the passenger 37 year old Christopher Rush of Woodbridge, Hoover. Fused to identify the driver. He was arrested for being drunk in public and obstruction of justice. Police are still working to identify and locate the driver. Ah, local police chief is stepping down and it's welcome news for some officers shortly after Fairfax County police announced chief Ed Rossler would retire in February. Brad Carruthers, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 77 says he felt relief for officers. I think it's a weight taking off their shoulders. That they know there is impending change coming. The county maintains that the chief's retirement was planned, but her other says tensions were mounting. After some 300 officers attended a listening session in September with rustler and shared concerns about his leadership. There been a tremendous amount of pressure for him to resign or to retire. One officer who asked We don't use his name, spoke to the lack of confidence that the chief would back him up. If they had to use force on a suspect. People are they have no idea where that line is, and they're afraid of the chief. Throwing him in handcuffs in July after Rossler admonishing officer for his use of force during an arrest, the F O P, wrote the chief urging him to step down. I definitely believe if if you're doing your job, your home, your employers would have your back. That officer was later indicted on three counts of assault and battery. In a statement on his retirement, Rossler said, quote our county leaders community and its great police department or position to continue to serve as a model for the next generation of policing in America. Second clarity. W T O P News, a large abandoned home in McLean went up in flames late on Halloween night. Investigators are suspicious because teens and young adults often gathered at the house. There were no injuries in the fire, and investigators haven't yet pinpointed the cause. They want to hear from anyone who might have seen people hanging out of the house in the last two weeks of October there, also hoping that parents whose Children might have been in the area on Halloween will ask their kids if they know anything about the fire, and they're asking people who lived nearby who have homes. Security footage to call the fire marshal. The fire constant estimated $621,000 in damage. Christopher Cruz w T. O P News, DC, is closer to having a dedicated bus lane along 16th Street Northwest, The Washington Post reports. Construction is expected to begin before the end of the year on a $9.5 million project that allowed rush hour bus lanes as well as bus stops and other road improvements to a nearly three mile stretch of the busy commuter route. The work is expected to be completed in a year and should improve Commutes of thousands of transit users. Some Montgomery County workers apparently improperly received extra Covad pay. The county approved an extra $10 an hour for workers who put themselves in harm's way because they still had to interact with the public. But now a new county inspector general's report finds that some workers In the office of permitting Services claimed the hazard pay even when they were working at home. The report does not detail the amount of money and properly paid out. The report calls for the money to be paid back and county procedures improved to guard against this in the future. It also says the problem may exist another county departments as of September 26. The county has paid out more than $49 million in covert pay across all departments. Kyle Cooper w T o P News Sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think 8 15..

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"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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05:49 min | 1 year ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Murder. Things have happened. Yeah, way weirder things have happened. Hammerin Nigel On the night between couples weekend mash up Rick Snyder of the President of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 86. Joining us here on the hammer and Nigel Show, So Rick watching it last night, it appeared that a couple different amendments or brought to the table here. One of them passed a couple. Others had some questions back and forth. And I thought a pretty good compromise and I can't remember the exact counselor who brought it up was Listen. We've had an amendment here. We've got a lot of questions. Why don't we pump the brakes reassemble? We'll talk things out a little bit, and we'll come up. They bipartisan plan where the people won't be embarrassed by this, But that wasn't good enough and they rushed it through last night. Do I have this correct? Wasn't it telling that the original comments were from the The counselors that introduced this is that we want to put the public back in public safety. Yet when their proposal is being heard, they never did publish the actual proposal until 10 minutes before the meeting on then, last night, amendments were reviewed and approved without any public input and no publication of those amendments. We're actually told that the amendments and the amended proposal would be completed and published once they had already voted on it. On. Then we're at a public assembly room where the public wasn't allowed to come in way had over 100 residents, police, families and business owners who were shut out and required to stand out in the hallway due to quote unquote covert restrictions. But yet they had 100 people standing together in the hallway, and those folks stood there for five straight hours waiting for this vote, and they were not allowed to share their thoughts. I just think we could be doing this better. It's a classic example of overreach and this approach to what is being called reform is going to start our police perform and not in a positive way, way better with this revolver, middle ground which gets and civilians on the board. Keep the authority with the chief of police so that there's also a single person who is accountable. And that way we avoid our politicians pointing fingers at one another, But hammer I ask you again. That's exactly what you sold, not meeting last night. Was everybody pointing fingers at one another imagine when lives are on the line. So we still have an option available to us, the mayor of Indianapolis has the opportunity to Sinus into a wall or two veto it, send them back to the drawing board and encourage additional input from the community. Some folks trusted voices at Lake Reverend Harrison suggested. Perhaps it should be put on a ballot, even if it's such a major issues such as this, and I think there's things that could be identified, but I think there's also fair compromises. That could be made that would actually push us forward community and cops together rather than poison in the well and add to the further further concern. Of a lack of trust and respect. And Rick were speaking with Rick Snyder, president of the Fraternal Order of Order of Police. And, You know we have conversations with you regularly on this sort of thing. We ever conversations with with Reverend Charles Harrison 10 Point Coalition, But we're talk show host man like what is the input from the people who actually have power? You just mentioned the mayor. What is the mayor say when you talk or are their conversation to have you? Talk to the mayor. What suggestions air coming from the mayor's office. Well, I don't know if you saw that our officers yesterday after and actually made attempt to go to the mayor's office and speak with them in person. Yes, they were pretty serious about about the issue because it's serious. What is going on here now? He wasn't able to meet with them. But he has made the offer that he will meet with Those folks before he makes a decision, and I strongly encourage him to do so. I think that that would be helpful. Listen, there's nothing wrong If the mayor says Hey, let's take another look at this. That's good public policy to kick that back and get further input. I've said it before. Change for the sake of change doesn't make good public policy. Deliberative steps that involved everyone and actually find good middle ground. That's what makes good public policy and moves are police department for. We're not afraid of change and and improvements. I think this is just a classic example of overreach, and I think the mayor has to make a decision if he's going to abdicate the police department. Our officers really believed him when he said he would be the director of public safety when he said the buck would stop with him. We just want to make sure That this isn't going to be ah, time and place where the buck is going to get past and we can't have that happening. So it's his police department. He needs to maintain control of it, and also responsibility for Thie. The citizens elected him under that premise. And don't forget. Officers supported him under that premise, so we'll see what decision he makes. I think he'll make the right decision. We're hopeful that and hopefully we can keep the communication going and get to a good result that everybody can be happy with. Rick Snyder is the president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge. 86, Rick, As always, we appreciate your insight, my man. Thank you so much and stay safe. 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"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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07:38 min | 1 year ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Gambling problem called 109 Within 119 44 40 Hammerin Nigel all the Night weekend mash up. You give us a sense to me that the President of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 86, Rick Snyder, here on the Hammer Natural Show. Could you give us a sense of what? You know the the rank and file I m p D officers. How they feel about what's going on here. Well, kw there need support the theme music to the Twilight Zone. That's what feels like we're in the twilight zone there looking on and each other saying way here this correctly and again, remember, But the officers are saying No, we don't want civilians and they welcome it. But to have somebody say we're going to have a a takeover of the police department. Take our police cheat him of his authority. And then you and then write policy with a lack of experience and knowledge. And then say, now, chief, you're responsible for following through on this policies in carrying it out, Uh, keep a police Randy Taylor even made clear last night to the council. He welcomes civilian involvement, but he thinks we're moving too fast. Slow this down an address some of these concerns yet they basically said, Thank you very much. Have a seat. More moving forward on I'm going to tell you guys, this is very important to me. I represent officers from a walks over life. Right way we come together out of many one And provide police service to the community that we serve a very diverse community. But it concerns me when we have elected politicians that are proactively taking steps to strip the authority away from another black law enforcement executives of a major city in our country. We're watching in the corner all over the nation. Seattle we saw black law enforcement executives stepped down Dallas, Texas, Itjust occurred largesse, sir in New York. It occurred and it's a growing and many other communities. We cannot have. That happened. And yet we have politicians that are injecting politics into policing. And this is exactly what happens. Which is why I've always said we can't allow that to happen, Folks. He can't have folks who haven't swarm and oath to the Constitution and then had a career in law enforcement dictating policy. Now we welcome citizens to come to the table and say, Hey, did you think of this and we say, You know what? We didn't? That's great insight. I even said last night to the council. This would be a great time to create an advisory board of civilians to provide additional perspective to us in our policy making decision, but no way in any other organization or profession. Do they just simply hand that over? Surgeons don't say here. Patients dictate to me how it is that I'm supposed to do the surgery. I want your input, but they don't do that. You know, Interestingly, not this council They don't get civilian involvement and things like their ethics. So they've been ethics board that we use a points on counselors. Do you know how many civilians sits on the ethics committee? Way? We have counselors, Policing Councilors Council passed judgment on other counselors. There done an executive session and a private setting. They don't accept any anonymous complaint. And they have a very limited conference in which a complaint can be lodged against an elected official. When I say Hey, maybe we should mirror some of these things for our elected officials. Do you know what they tell me? We can't do that. People could have political motivations and complaints against us on Molino, Kitty. Unbelievable. America this to me, and maybe I'm alone here. This is a way for the Indy City County Council to defund the police without coming out and saying the fund the police and I hope that I'm wrong here I really do. But I can see officers leaving. I can see the numbers going down, which means the money goes down. And this is what they used to set their budgets with this to me, reeks off some back alley. Way of defunding the police. What do you think? Well, I would like to tell you there's no way I mean, counselors last night, said publicly. We're not doing that. That's not what we're talking about. Yeah, When they launched this proposal, they held a very public press conference and ah gentlemen, step forward and say this doesn't go far enough. We need to do more and we need to defund the police. He was adamant about it. We had a party line vote last night, All the Democrats voted. Yes, all the Republicans voted No, who was the person calling to the fund, The police and the press conference on this proposal? I'm told it's the number two in charge of the local Democratic Party. What are we doing on yet? While politicians kept these things around and keep kinda lever to dent agendas for politics, power Way we have our community going, Kyle, a wave of violence that the lights of which we have never seen in the history of our cities, and you know how it affects the most marginalized folks in our community. This predominantly the poor, predominantly folks of color. We've got a lot of homicides in our city are African American victims, and you tell me you care about them. Don't even talk about What's going in our city. He won't share apartment on how to combat that. So no action. No press conferences on that yet you will do this. And in doing that call for funding. The police, you know, proposes that the most The stone marginalized folks who need it the most, and they're begging us. Please do not go with what we see in city after city, a mass exodus of officers when politicians start injecting their politics into the police, another study Rick last thing before we have to go here again. Rick Snyder is the President. Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 86. It's my understanding that if everything is supposed to work correctly, the mayor is the civilian that oversees the police department. He's the one that oversees the chief and the chief overseas. The department. What's wrong with that? Well, he made it very clear when he ran for mayor that he would be the public safety director. We used to have a position that was between the mayor and the police department with the intent of being too Politics. He came in and said, I'm eliminating that position on the director of public safety and the buck stops with me. Yet last night, he intimated that he will support this proposal that actually advocates the police Department away from them at a time when there's a lot of questions about who has been making the decisions related to this soldier violence in our city to the riots in the corridor downtown. To the economic impact that we're seeing throughout the city. And yet we're going to end up with an outcome that allows politicians to point fingers at one. Another follows the line of accountability since, but we've got a civilian involvement of which the residents don't even know who they are directing the power. He's the investigations and the way we do arrest from the city of Indianapolis. It is the twilight..

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"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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06:03 min | 1 year ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Rick Snyder is the president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 86. Rick While most eyes were on that debate that was in Cleveland last night, there was a pretty big story happening here in Indianapolis with our City County Council. So let's start from the very beginning here. What took place last night in regards to policing in the city. Well. Last night, we had a special session of the Public Safety Committee meeting on the night that they normally do not meet on on with an agenda that once again was published very late. For the community and resident Stephen Be aware of, and this was a special designated meeting to hear a proposal that would create what's called a General orders board. What's that mean? It will be a new board, impaneled by politicians that will direct create right. Amend On the policies for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department that currently is under the purview of the chief of police. He or she who hold that, Ah, that appointed position, which is reviewed and affirmed by the city kind of council, the people's representatives. They not only direct the policy for the police department, but they are a single point of contact for accountability for those policies that's not going to be stripped away from our current chief of police. The council wants to created a civilian majority board that will actually have a controlling vote that usurped the authority of the chief of police and starts Tio change our policies. So, basically what's goingto happen here? And the writings on the wall. It looks like this is going toe happen. The authority of the chief of police is going to be in essence, taken away in a civilian led bored people who really Don't even really know the law or anything about policing will have control of the policies of the police. Is that correct? And that's the key to station guys we're not talking about, you know, a new aversion to civilian involvements will unit input. In fact, we welcome that. Remember, we are the Fraternal Order of police, who called for greater civilian involvement. Ah, all the way back to 2018 and actually watch launched what we called the think bigger initiative and said, Please, let's get our our athletes. Let's get cold players to the table to meet with police officers and get perspective and have these tough discussions so that we can see each other's perspectives on these topics. We've engaged in our communities. We've met with multiple multiple Neighborhood associations and community organizations over the last two years. We have no opposition to that. That's not what we're talking about. In fact, we said, we welcome civilian engagement and providing perspectives while we forms later policies, But I don't think any resident thinks that it's a wise move to turn that the not just the policies but the authority to create those policies. Completely over to a civilian panel Births is your chief of police, who is a seasoned law enforcement officer who has the knowledge, the skills and the abilities and then answers to the community they serve. How are they gonna pick who's on the panel? Rick? How? I mean, how is that going to be decided? Any idea? Well, here's the big thing that was disclosed last night during the meeting that once again I don't think our community knows about which is this. There's no stipulation related to any kind of criminal history prohibitions. On this board. Let me put that out for you. That means that you can serve on this board even if you have a criminal conviction history, including Felony convictions. They disclosed that last night while at the same time and this is the crux at the same time, they have taken special steps to ensure additional language in there that prohibit prohibits not just a law enforcement officer but even a retired law enforcement officer from participating in this and it goes even further. Anyone who is related to a law enforcement officer cannot participate in that. That means that we have a lady who has lived in Indianapolis for entire life, and she now sees an opportunity to participate in her form of government. And help provide insight on the number one responsibility of government, which is a safety of the public, but her brother happens to be a police officer in California. He now becomes a second class citizen and cannot participate in her own government by the rules of the government that they're getting ready to pass in this proposal, Yet someone who just happens not to have that relation, made bad choices in their lives and has a felony conviction. I'll have the ability to direct a policy for our police department. And they specifically have made clear this is to determine how we investigate criminal cases and make arrests as well. Can you give us a sense of me? The president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 86, Rick Snyder, here on the Hammer Natural show. Could you give us a sense of what? You know the rank and file I m p D officers how they feel about what's going on here. Well kw there and support the theme music to the Twilight Zone. That's what it feels like. We're in the twilight Zone there looking on each other saying way here this correctly and again remember that the officers are saying No, We don't want civilians and, oh, they welcome it. Tohave. Somebody say we're going to have a a takeover of the police department. Take our police keep stripped him of his authority and then you and then write policy. With a lack of experience and knowledge. And then they now you're responsible for following through on this policies and carrying it out. Ah, keep a police Wendy Taylor even made clear last night to the council. He welcomes civilian involvement, but he thinks we're moving too fast. Slow this down an address some of these songs yet they basically said, Thank you very much. Have a seat. More moving four and I'm gonna tell you guys, this is very important to me..

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WTOP

"President Trump is expanding a ban on funding for certain diversity training. Earlier this month, the president told his administration to stop paying for race theory diversity training in federal agencies that orders now expanding to cover the military and government contractors. President tweeted that the training was an effort to indoctrinate government workers. Last week, the president announced plans to establish a commission to remote what he called patriotic education. So who gets to decide how police should be disciplined? Montgomery County is considering a bill that would give the police chief more authority. Supporters and opponents spoke out on a Montgomery County bill on police discipline. Torrey Cook with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 35. Represents 1100 County officers. If the way we address police discipline in Montgomery County is a real problem, the police chief and the counties that could have a legal tool. That tool is collective bargaining, said Cook. He opposes the bill that would allow police chief Marcus Jones to take disciplinary action without being subject union negotiation. In some cases, Jeffrey Rubin, with Jews United for Justice also opposed the bill, but for a very different reason that enables the police to investigate themselves. Reuben mentioned the law enforcement Officers Bill of rights, which in his view should be abolished. Kate Ryan w T. O P. News a Maryland state Senate panel has started three days of hearings on police reforms. The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee is discussing 15 reform measures they plan to take up in the legislative session in January. Democrats say it's important to act at a historic time. But Republicans say all 15 measures are sponsored by Democrats and they weren't even asked to submit legislation. Virginia lawmakers have killed legislation that called for eliminating mandatory jail time for assaulting a police officer. That bill had drawn heated opposition from Republicans who said it would send the wrong message..

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09:42 min | 1 year ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Blur dot com hotline and bring on Rick Snyder, president of F O P. The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge. 86. Rick didn't explain that right? Can you put into laymen's terms? What went on last night? What This proposal entails. Well, you pretty well. Now that we have a proposal that was introduced by City County councillors that would create a new general orders board that has a civilian majority on the board now, well, we welcome civilian input. And quite frankly, we desire civilian participation in discussions and review of what we do, how we do it and why we do it. We do have significant concerns when politicians introduced an idea and a concept that really strips the chief of police, the duly appointed chief of police Of his or her authority to establish the policies for the police department. We have a political structure that has an elected mayor, who is elected by the citizens of the city with the expectation that he or she will point the chief of police. With the review of the City County Council, who is in the subject matter expert to lead the Police department and step four consistent with wall and consistent with state turning standards. A policy that achieves that with their law enforcement, background and expertise. So, Rick, for those who might not be privy to the way these things work. What would be the point of having a chief of police, then? Well, there really isn't one other than carry out whatever is directed from this civilian board. The problem with that I can't speak for the chief of police, but I'm quite confident in discussions with he is It's really a political step that cuts the the the the knees out from underneath the chief of police, especially people police who is trying to make significant changes and improvements in our policing practices. Um and not just our policies, but our practices. And I'm working to do that. Now. What we have seen is in those efforts anytime those steps have quite frankly got hijacked by politicians. They're created unnecessary. Um ah, unnecessary conflicts with clearly established law and state training standards. And so that's where we come in and say, Wait a minute time out. We got to do this right? We think improvement, constant improvement in policing, but it's got to be consistent with the law and consistent with nationally best practices. I think most people would agree with that and say there's a certain subject matter expertise that's involved there. Yeah, I would also be the first one to say we also need the perspective of the citizens the civilians at the table. I think the question just flies in isn't really effective to give them complete control over the chief of police. Is that really what our entire community wants? And Rick without sounding like I'm being a smart ass or anything like that. Here. Seriously. Question Who is running? I MPD right now, is it? The mayor isn't the chief isn't the City County Council? Because based off of what I heard last night, it sounds like the City County Council might be pulling the strings here. Guys that exact Ah problem. Here is the confusion that it creates for officers. And, more importantly, the residents in our city. That's why we have political structures that specifically oversee police see, but are separate and distinct from the police in practice. What I mean by that. I mean, we have to keep politics out of policing decisions. How many times have you heard me? Come on your show and say Do not let politics get into your police. That's exactly what's going to go on here. Proof positive. Take a look at the organization held across conference yesterday, hours before this policy was introduced. Conveniently and coincidently hours before it was ever publicly published to where the residents of the community could see it. They came out and endorsed it. Well, what's that Tell you about their role. In the development of the policy. Probably quite hands on the concern is when we start allowing political politically active and is into driven groups to start Tio Ah ah, getting bald. In a way that overtakes they're impartial police in our community. We cannot have politically political agendas, driving our police practices and our police decisions. The rest F o P. President Rick Snyder is this proposal in any way, shape or form would you could be considered sort of like an end around to defund the police the sort of the mantra that's going around the country right now and I know not necessarily flat out. Nobody's really said that here in Central indeed, but it's this. Could this be considered like a back door to that? Well, In fact, they have go back to the original press conference worth. This concept was originally discussed. Back in July of this year, We had a featured speaker Ah, at the at the invitation of the counselors who are in a proposal that made it very clear he was calling for the de funding of the I M P D. He was emphatic about it. Not only was the emphatic about it, but he was representing the very organization. Has had their fingerprints on this policy on Dad Think I'm Myrtle? I don't know for sure, but we're told, was actually is actually the vice chair of the Democratic Party and marry in county. Guys that raises a lot of concerns and questions here as to what is actually going on. Now we've had many counts or step forward and say they're opposed that concept. But let's demonstrate that let's complete this budget process. Let's back that up with actions. And at the same time flow of proposals like this down, let's get people around the table with value. The input of our employees are officers who are risking their lives and say, Let's get advice and review from US civilians. But let's keep that legal authority with the chief of police. Not because we got to say, Hey, there's one person in charge, but it means that there's one person who is also accountable and guess what? We've got a check and balance on that already with a civilian Police merit board. We've got a civilian complaint Review board, and now we're seeing that they want to add another layer of bureaucracy to slow down effective policing in our city. One of the problems that I'm seeing here is that when people went out and voted for their local city County Council members that was To do their job as a councilman, not to run the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department or to put in policies for the police Department. That's not what people went out and voted for all of a sudden it sounds like now they've got the power to do that. What's been the response of your officers that you've had a chance to talk to? Well, they have significant concerns because it raises this issue of the fundamental responsibility for the executive branch and the separation of powers issues is that the city comes a legislative branch that runs the police department. Or is that the executive branch? The mayor, where the police department is on the structure within our city? It blurs the lines of accountability is with you. Again. I got to tell you, You can't have that yet. What we see is this active engagement from politicians again to keep the strapping from the real issues that hand remember, in February, we said, Let's get a commission to study these criminal justice outcome. Because violent crime and homicide we're going off the rails here, folks. What is our politicians? Tell us the police officers, They said Crazy. Sit down and be quiet, and the mayor actually did a press conference and said, We don't eat another commission. Another board another committee. Yet when we got done with the riots and questions were being asked about his performance was the first thing the man aboard aboard to review that What was the first thing that that the council calls for? When they're trying to figure out how to change police? Another board? What's the first thing the council calls for the very first priority? In January of 2020 now homicide not violent, but the environment and what did they call for a commission on the environment. We said, Let's have a true adult conversation at the table, a public conversation. Ready the outcomes of our criminal justice system in which we have said there are systemic injustices that we need to fix. Get the other parties don't want to have that discussion are police officers asking this question? Why? And the final question they have is the mayor support this chief of police and have confidence in him because the concern of the officers of the council's demonstrating they have lost that confidence in the chief of police wreck last thing before we let you go here, got about a minute left just devil's advocate here because you know the questions they're going to come. There's probably going to be some folks that say, Well, we can't keep doing the same thing. We have to try something different. We have to try something new. We're looking for a new way to do policing. What would be your response to those people that bring that argument of the table. Well, when you have Ah, proposal like this, it's a justice. Somehow our policies are deficient. But unfortunately, the facts don't support that false narrative. The facts are the city of Indianapolis was one the few major cities in the United States of America. That has received the Kolia accreditation standards. That's the commission on on accreditation for law enforcement agencies that followed after by many agencies throughout the country. It's considered the gold standard in public safety. It's an independent group comes in reviews your policies and your practices and gives you a stamp of approval or not..

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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"So are you Because you're not qualified to do this kind of work? You should be patrolling the streets. Don't get out of the cars. Because I don't get out of the car. Zach, Seriously, don't go like that. He said about five warnings. I've had no war. Yeah, Nobody knows what the hell mayor the mayor of this Venezuelan Minnesota was doing. It was disorderly conduct. This video's gone viral. He was filming some other person's traffic. Stop. Not clear why he was doing. It started argument. The police guy that was the mayor telling that police officer he wasn't qualified to do his job. Screw him. You know who would do that Exact same thing is Mayor Rob Kendall. That's got Mayor Rob Kendall Brownsburg written all over it right there. All right, coming up next, Rick Snyder, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 86. We're going to get his thoughts on what the City County Council rolled out last night. That's next. Dude, you gotta take care of your health man. It's easier than you think. The Loti center get those numbers checked. They've reinvented the doctor's visit. They make it quick and easy to get all those levels checked. And I'm not talking about low T levels. They offer a comprehensive health assessment. So you know all the numbers that are born to your health. The Loti center is really your one stop shop for all things. Related to men's health. So in addition.

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08:43 min | 2 years ago

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"Hammer's here We'll go straight to Dr Mueller dot com Hotline and bring on Rick Snyder, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 86. Rick. I'm I'm sitting here and I do what I want to get locally. What's happening here in this city in some of the crime of violence and what's being done? And and the conversations you had with the mayor and some of these meetings, committee meetings that have taken place, But just big picture what you saw in Chicago last night. What you saw what we can do to see in Portland. What we saw in Seattle. So the writing and the looting and the violence I When I see this, I'm thinking myself. Oh, man. Could this ever happen here in Indianapolis again on that level, and that's that's one of the things that I I worry about. Does that keep you up at night at all when you see what's going on in other parts of the country? Well, it's it's exactly what was expected to be seen with the lack of accountability that we have seen that has been put forward by our elected officials when they have made clear that they will not hold folks accountable who are committing criminal acts. It has emboldened those that want to do harm and inflict harm upon our communities. And so lawlessness follows the path of least resistance. I'm sure that what you guys time and time again. I think inherently all humans understand that, But that is human nature, And that is why we charge our elected officials with their number one responsibility, which is supposed to be the safety of the public the safety of our communities. And quite frankly, this is what we went to Washington, D C with in December of last year, met with the president and said, in all of our major cities were seeing this on the horizon that got exacerbated by everything that's transpired in 2020 And now many of our major cities are reaping what they have Some Rick Snyder is the president of the F O P joining us here on the hammer and Nigel Show, So we've had two rounds of riots in the city. There was Friday night. There was Saturday night. If something like this were to break out again, what lessons have been learned from a law enforcement perspective? Maybe from a city perspective, So we know howto handle this thing again. You tell me what lessons have been demonstrated our law enforcement officers. What we have seen is that our elected officials failed us. They fell to provide direction. They actually interrupted our normal procedures of how to quell such violent actions, not peaceful protest. Up. The wheel is wrecked. Okay, we'll connect back with him here in just a moment. But to your point, Nige, I was right there with you when I saw Chicago last night, and I see a sea of rioters, not peaceful protesters, but rioters outnumber the police. There was never any protest Last night in Chicago. It was all writing from the magnificent mile from the north side of the South side, and it was it was really troubling to see And when the police become outnumbered in a city like Chicago, right where they take policing pretty seriously, but they have a pretty pretty large city if you get that type of organized Chaos. It's hard to do. It was organized. It sure was organized. I mean, it all started earlier in the evening in Chicago with the police action shooting, the suspect was okay and it kind of just swelled from there. We got Rick Snyder, president of Eternal Order, Police. Lodge 86 back on with us. Sorry about the technical difficulties, Rick. So the lessons we've learned here in Indianapolis in terms of the riots and the crime sprees that happened a couple of months ago. Hopefully, if something like Portland or Chicago or Seattle Whereto happen again in this city, do you have faith that our elected officials We'll have the wherewithal to do. Stop it to put a stop to it. I know our police. Khun do it, But will our elected officials let them Are police can do it. Our elected officials prevented it when it occurred before and you ask if we've learned the lessons. Look at what's been going on, guys. We've got downtown businesses that still have yet to hear from their elected mayor. That were shut down that air barely on life support. We have a salon that just announced their closure over the weekend, and what did they say? They said never would. They have dreamed that the beloved downtown in Indianapolis would end up like this? And they said It was from a violent riot in an infested empty downtown have ended their dreams. Now you tell me what our elected officials doing about that. In their same letter, they noted how they reached out to their mayor to the president of City County Council and they felt act. Our officers are saying the same thing. And what we're trying to do is find out where the solutions live, and what we're seeing time and time again in the major cities is a reluctance to take action. In Chicago. There police commissioner just said Our city is going to be held hostage by people committing violence because there is no accountability. Now he has publicly sworn that he's not going to allow that to happen. Yet it just did in his study. And that's what every major city in the country is facing right now, and the residents of our communities had better wake up and realize that when there's nothing left downtown Salute to destroy into Bon. It's going to move out from there just like our crime has done and crime and violence follows the path of least resistance. Rick. We had Reverend Charles Harrison on on Friday and he had mentioned that along with yourself and the mayor. There have been some talks take me through what Some of these talks have been about. Well, we remain consistent since we started bringing attention to the common violence in Indianapolis in September of last year in and people said We were exaggerating these points. Does anybody think it's an exaggeration when 876 people have been satyr stabbed in the past 276 days? Is that an exaggeration? We're running at all time. Record levels for homicides or already have 138 homicides were contracting 226 people die, be lose their lives in our community as a result of someone else. Creating. We're on pace for 220 homicide. That's a 26% increase over the all time record ever in the history of our city, and we were sending and waving the warning flags last year. We're now talking, and I think that's good. I think it's good that the mayor is now entertaining your allies in groups like 10 point coalition. Mohr, Listen, we need folks residents who are willing to help interrupt the violence in our neighborhood, help stand shoulder shoulder with law enforcement and say We're not going to tolerate this anymore. And we support our officers. Guys, I'm gonna ask you. How much have you heard that being said by our elected officials? Remember when in May when we had people who were openly publicly threatening to murder police officers and their families are elected officials styling. It took our city County Council 14 days. It makes you a letter condemning such threats. 14 days that would be a no brainer. Yet when folks stand silent and emboldened the ones who are going to create violence and strike in our community, That is why we have to stand in solidarity. And say that that is unacceptable and when we do that, when we do that, we will make a turn. Rick. What do you think? When you saw the the quote unquote peaceful protests last week and the truck trying to get through and ah, protester Ah, pull his gun out with the with his finger on the trigger and pointed at the at the truck. There was also another person that did that as well. When you saw that. Just wear what what went through your mind. Well, People are open when they're saying that they want to see investigations done into that. I think anyone would agree. Ah, we should see the same type of level of vigilance related to all be violence that was demonstrated in downtown Indianapolis during the riot. Listen, guys, you still haven't heard the radio traffic from then have you? You still you still haven't seen all of the video related people running around with firearms filing upon our officers. We have to have the same kind of diligence yet The reason why you see things like that occurring today. Because we weren't doing anything about it yesterday. That is the point. Um,.

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04:18 min | 2 years ago

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"Two additional In fact, one person was rescued and being transported just moments ago, Adam says. Right now it's unclear what caused the gas explosion. But BG and E is on the scene and working closely with the fire department and turn off gas to the buildings. In the immediate area. We do have a reporter headed to the scene keep with w T O P for the very latest this afternoon. Now the latest on that deadly shooting in southeast over the weekend. D C. Police are still looking for a least three gunmen opened fire just after midnight yesterday at a block party in the city's Greenway neighborhood, 17 year old Christopher Brown was shot to death. 22 other people were hurt, including an off duty cop and two teenagers. The officer is in critical condition with life threatening injuries. Here is D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom, First district officer. Who was off duty at the time was struck by gunfire. She received a very critical gunshot wound to her neck. She has improved. Her condition has improved, and she's been at the hospital. However, she's not out of the woods. Mayor Bowser calls the shooting an enormous tragedy and that it is further complicated by the spread of Corona virus. When people gather in large groups, laws on police reforms have the unions that represent police officers in D. C and Emery County, pushing back with concerns on the impact of individual officers and how the public safety could be effective. Montgomery County executive Marquel Rich has signed into law the bill that puts new restrictions on police use of force. Leigh Holland with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 35 that represents county officers said a number of concerns remain, including raising the standard. When an officer can stop a possible suspect. You would need someone who witnessed a crime to point and say that is the person If the lookout maybe was descriptive enough, you might have enough there in D. C. The police union is suing in federal court, saying reforms air being enacted that cut the labour group out of the disciplinary process. Holland says his group is weighing its options, including a possible lawsuit. Kate Ryan. W T. O p new DCs Department of Health, revising its list of high risk Corona virus states added to the list today. Alaska, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky in Minnesota. The city is also removing Delaware, Ohio and Washington State fromthe list. Mayor Bowser recently issued an order requiring all people traveling into D C from high risk states for non essential reasons to self quarantine for 14 days it all There are a total of 29 states now on that list. Maryland, Virginia. Exempt. We have the updated list on w t o p dot com. Some countries are getting down to zero cases of the Corona virus without a vaccine. Could we see that in the DC area in Europe when it went away? It really went away. I mean, in countries you saw the numbers really go way down, and we're seeing much lower numbers say in New York City now. Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, vice dean for public health practice and community engagement at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, said that while we aren't Close in the D C area that it is possible for the count of Corona virus cases to go down without a vaccine. We're not gonna get to zero, but we could get much, much lower. He said That countries that have been able to get to 30 cases per 1,000,000 per day have been able to open schools successfully. If we can get to lower levels were going to be able to do more things safely. Barry BONDS w T O P News So here in our area, D C reports about 50 new cases today. That is a sharp decrease after the district reported its first day of triple digit cases in almost three weeks. With 100 new cases yesterday in Maryland, 800 new cases reported today. In Virginia, 700 new cases Northern Virginia has been seeing about a 6% positivity rate within an increase of people in the hospital With covert coming up on w T. O P. It is confirmed. There are a lot of tornadoes in the area as Hurricane Zaius made its way through last week. We'll check traffic in the forecast next. Summer seems even brighter when you've been inside a while, it's time to drive again. With Honda kdb dot coms 2020 Best Value brand. You could get a great deal on the 2020 CR V or 2020 HRT,.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"THREAT Michelle Bash w T. O P. News There has been a sharp increase in the number of Children targeted for online exploitation during the pandemic. The number of tips received by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children increased dramatically in May at a news for team investigation shows tips forwarded to the Maryland and Virginia State police nearly doubled between March and July. Safety experts said the increasing usage of electronic devices during the pandemic both by adults and kids, has contributed to the spike in attempts to exploit Children. Well. Earlier this week, Montgomery County Council passed a bill that limits the use of force for its police officers. Now, the police union says it's going to make protecting the public harder and the bills should be vetoed into a local police union. Montgomery County built 27 20 the one that restricts or bars police from using chokeholds striking people who are restrained. In firing weapons at or from a moving vehicle will make policing extremely difficult. The statement from the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 35 also complained that the county Council bill was the product of what it called a flawed closed door process. Although Leigh Holland with F O. P, 35 testified before the council's Public Safety committee, July 9th union wants the bill vetoed. It was passed unanimously by the nine member council this week. Kate Ryan, w T. O P news organizer's of next month's March on Washington say people attending can expect to have their temperature checked and there will be social distancing. But there's no word on how they intend to enforce social distancing. It's being presented by the Reverend Al Sharpton and the National Action Network. They say they'll hand out face masks and turn away buses from states or cities that are covert 19 hot spots. The D. C Department of Health lists 27 states that remain high on the high risk list..

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03:01 min | 2 years ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WTOP

"Some demonstrators spent the weekend marching against racial injustice and in solidarity with protesters in Portland, Oregon. The Baltimore Sun says that people within a group of nearly 100 demonstrators spray painted the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge building and sidewalk Saturday night with anti police messages. The crowd eventually dispersed following a standoff between demonstrators and police. Demonstrations were one of several held in Maryland's largest city on Saturday, following weeks of unrest around the country. Days after a federal judge temporarily block the release of New York City Police Disciplinary records News Organization PROPUBLICA has published a database containing complaint information for thousands of officers. Propublica says it is not obligated to comply with the order because it's not party to the lawsuit that challenges the release of the records Police union sued the city to block Mayor Bill de Blasio from posting misconduct complaints against police on a government website. The union's argue that allowing the public to see unproven or false complaints could sully officers reputations and compromise their safety. Propublica said it excluded the allegations that were deemed unfounded from the material that had published its 8 45 Sports at 15 and 45. Brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than a Honda. Here's Dave Johnson. Make no mistake Patrick Corbett handed but the Nationals three to loss of Yankees, Corbin struck out eight and six and 1/3 innings well well. Harris gave up the game tying homer in the seventh inning. Sean do little gave up the go ahead run in the eighth, getting home tonight to take all the Blue Jays Orioles beat the Red Sox seven of four scheduled to play the Marlins in Miami tonight. The N B a restart a chance for young Wizards. Players like these at Bonga to get a jump start, had 15 boys 12 rebounds Saturday against the Clippers that coach Scott Brooks, right zero place for media impacts the game because of his enthusiasm, and his effort is just a spirit. I mean, everybody wants to play with him because he plays so hard. He plays to make the right plays, and he's not looking that he's not thirsty out there. He wants to make place for his teammate, and we'll get another chance this afternoon where the wizard's play the Lakers coverage at 2 45 1 1500 AM the Capitals in throttled out with all Eastern Conference playoff teams at one city. That means the capital Sheraton Hotel with several teams, including the Flyers and Penguins. Head coach Todd really something that you are always cautious of not being in the same hotel, a zoo another team, but this will be a whole new experience for sure, especially with your biggest rivals right there. In the same motel India There may be some stare downs, accusing with a few of the other. The opposition maybe put a penalty box in the lobby just in case Dave Johnson ever utility sports. Still to come here, the latest in the back and forth between the US and China. It's a 47 at administer healthcare's 50 locations in the D. C region. Your health and safety are always on top.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You'll hear how in just a moment with Matt Bear from the W I B C Traffic center. Another man found dead in a car Thursday night on the East Side. Police are looking for suspects in both of those shootings. Police need our support. Now more than ever, says Vice President Mike Pence, will always honor the service of the men and women of law enforcement, and we will always honor your dedicated family. At the Fraternal Order of the Police Lodge in Philadelphia Thursday, Pence called out what he calls the radical left for its calls to defund the police. He assured everyone that the Trump Administration will not do that. Also in the state of Pennsylvania Thursday was presumptive Democratic president Candidate, Joe Biden. He spoke about what his economic plan would be if elected. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal reports provide and mocked President Trump's promised to bring back manufacturing, saying he will actually do it promising to invest billions in technology, RND, modernize infrastructure, replenish stockpiles and enhance national security. All, he said President Trump's been too divisive and has failed during the pandemic, carrying on ly about things like the stock market, ending Obamacare or his base. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News president. Trump will have a campaign fundraiser in South Florida today. Before that, he'll be in the Miami area to meet with people from Cuba and Venezuela. His first stop, though, after landing at noon in Miami will be a Dural where he'll visit US Southern Command. Four Children killed in a fiery crash in Wayne County Thursday, Kurt Darling reports. Acosta, 15 years old Quentin McGowan, 13 Breckin Bruce, eight, and Trenton Bruce, six..

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02:24 min | 2 years ago

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"Mark Lewis with the top local stories we're following this hour. Montgomery County is looking at ways to reform its police department and last night, community members weighed in on a bill. As support from the county Council. The use of force bill would require the police chief to write a new policy around the use of force with certain requirements. Officers wouldn't be allowed to hit suspects who are already restraint. They'd also be required to step in if they saw another officer. Using force, Caroline Ponder spoke on behalf of the local you and ask that the bill also being all choke holds and no knock warts on checked. Police power is not an effective means to keeping the public face. Landesman, a community member, says the bill doesn't do enough to live. Conflicts from happening in the first place. Think you have to look at the problem more broadly and more comprehensively and will now go to the public Safety Committee for consideration tomorrow? Melissa how the BTO Penis. And the Montgomery County Council is also considering a plan to add a civilian. Assistant Police chief Montgomery County's police chief Marcus Jones, testified in favor of the bill that would create the position of a civilian assistant police chief chief of police will be expected to enhance community policing through their leadership focused on improving the trust between the community and the police Department, as well as focused upon evidence based policing practices, Jones testified in a Montgomery County Council. Oh, hearing. Leigh Holland, with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 35 said the police union supported creating the position as long as the person had experience and training in criminal justice. Take Ryan. W T o p news Meantime, in the district's the D C council passed an emergency police reform bill last night. It replaces a bill that the council approved last month, but that the mayor had concerns about Bill preserves the inclusion of a standard for the use of deadly force. But we want to consider the standard for non deadly force in the permanent version of the bill, which will hold a hearing on moves later this fall. Council member Charles Allen, currently those charged with assault on a police officer, had the right to a jury trial with the bill calls for that right to also be extended to people charged with simple assault involving a law enforcement officer. Council member David Grosso introduced an amendment calling on D C police to stop using cell site simulator technology that he fears maybe being used to track protesters in the city..

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"police lodge" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of July show tomorrow, but here's a little something to get you in the mood. You're going to tell me You don't have no black cats, Roman candles or screaming maybe. No. Oh, come on, man. You don't got no ladyfingers, Buzz bottles, snicker bombs, Church burners, Finger blasters. Gut busters. Zippity doo does crap flappers. No, I don't. You're gonna stand there owning a fireworks stand and tell me you don't have no whistling Bung Hole's splitters. Whisker biscuits who's produced Who's your Don'ts? Cherry bombs Nips. Today's er's with or without the scooter stick or one single whistling Kitty chaser. Well, Joe Dirt right there. Never heard anybody. Do you hear? Let me Well, We still have a couple of minutes here. I want to. I want to move to this. Can you? Could you name all 50 states without looking at a map? Off the top of my head. I could probably get about half. But then I would struggle Survey found that 76% of Americans think they could do it. And here is the fastest it's ever been done. This chick on record setter dot com listed them in alphabetical order all 50 states. In 12.8 seconds has gone by and one. It's like it's harder than it is about you, but you must use women. She's mom. Boy. I couldn't I mean, I understand mumble rap better than I do. That girl That was B s. That's sort of like a Dave Matthews songs came home and I know that's all I heard. It reminds me of the episode of friends, and they tried to name all the 50 states. You have to name all the states in six minutes. Now, it's a lot harder than it sounds. You always forget at least one or in some cases, 14. It's a stupid game, and it wasn't playing. It's other people. So technically, I didn't lose forgot 14 states. Nobody cares about the Dakotas. Okay, Time's up. I got 48 knots up Bad joy. Say hello to the new champ of Chandler's Dumb States game. 56. Wait a minute. Ah, I don't buy the girl setting the record, though. All 50 state play it again. Kyle, play that road quick before we get a chance. This is a girl on record setter dot com, listing all states in alphabetical order and has a vision of her just Do you miss your women? End of the world as we know it. Did you understand? One state when I started here, I didn't understand One word You said I could get to about the ends and then I get my ends all mixed up at six minutes. I could give it to you all that six minutes to study I'd be in but Now, That's nothing. That's a bonus. Is this anything and the answer is no. It's nothing all right, coming up next. Rick Snyder, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 86 We're going to get his thoughts on what Mike Braun had to say last night. His plan, his possible bill and the fact that he was on national television. Basically acting like everybody in law enforcement is on board with this, despite the fact they're not endorsing it. He will join us next. Hey, there's no better time than right now to figure out how much equity you have in your home and how you can use that equity to pay offs of credit card bills. Maybe even put in the bank for a rainy day. You need to cash out refinance loan from.

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