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"So we'll we'll ask Kyle how he did it. Um, and they will talk to Clyde wants the old timer about stripers. You know, this time a year, they should be coming in a little bit better numbers a little bit larger fish will see. We'll get a report on command. You know they haven't planted Comanche up. And I don't know why I'd be awful because the water temperatures have dropped their planning. Amador But Robbie is catching, you know that they haven't planted since spring. Robbie Dunham's up. They're catching some pretty nice trout and command When they plant you're gonna have the combination of hold overs and the neutral, So keep your eyes and ears open. Uh, don Paige Anneli last week. Was was there the I think the second day that Berryessa open on Saturday and he had a pretty good day and he'll be there. He'll be here to tell us all about that plus fishing in the city. He is going to with the trout plants is going to start the very near future. We'll hear about that as well. One of the real bright spots on steelhead fishing Well, one of the bright spots is steelhead fishing. Uh around Happy Camp. The sums Mar and Mario Gomez is going to call in and give us an update there again. We've concentrated on happy camp. Because even though you may not see all the tributaries if you ever had been down it in a boat There's a lot of tributaries to the Klamath and that section in the still head, even though they don't spawn until maybe February, January, February They come up and they hold in that area waiting for the rains, and then they move up these smaller tributaries. Okay, well, that's why happy Camp area historically a great place, Okay, and there's other areas on the clam up, but not like this, So we'll get a good report there. Um We'll get a report on the salmon fishing is still going on the upper sec. I think, Kurt border career. Oh, God, I think four or five salmon yesterday plus to steelhead, plus ah, whole bunch of beautiful wild rainbows. That's not a bad day's fishing. We'll hear about that. And then Val Aubrey up Eagle Lick, in fact, valid called me the week before, said Justine Wolfe. I was going to come up and then we're going to tape a program for his program. Anglers west Well, she sent me the programme and if you want to learn how to fish Eagle Lake this time of year You got what you want. It's on YouTube. But we'll get more details where you can see this program program because Val is going to join us as well. Okay, and then we'll get a complete roundup of Ah love the trout fishing up north. From the fly shop. And there's some good things going on, because the catalyst hatches, which happens, you know, real late in the summer or autumn Irwin anywhere it's happening now. So The fissure on the lookout. This is when they kind of beef up to go into the cold water winner periods. Um, and so fishing could be really, really good, Okay? Um, let's see, we may touch on The proposition that, you know. That's the whole thing is just I'll be so glad when this election is over. Propositions, Basically, you know, should be voted No, because somebody's got an agenda to make some money and most of them But this proposition 15. I can't believe our own governor endorses a huge tax increase. In the middle of a pandemic when people are out of work and struggling to make ends meet, But he has announced Proposition 50. If California passes that I'll tell you one thing that could be the last straw for a lot of people. Okay? And then there's proposition 20. And this last week, the sacramental City Council voted unanimously to take funds away from the police in some of their crime prevention programs and do what the City Council thanks will reduce crime. In other words, They are starting to defund the Sacramento police Department. Thank you, Mayor Darrell Steinberg. All that and more coming up. In the next two hours and 45 minutes on the cave Decay outdoors show Thanks for being here. Theologian. Election Day. Close Attention at 8 P.m. K MP election 2020 Continuing company. People are voting right now. This is a strange election isn't.
Defunding the police
"Abbott announced plans to freeze property taxes in cities that vote to defund there. Police departments. This comes after Austin officials voted last week to cut the city's police budget by by a a third third and and shipped shipped those those funds funds to to Social Social Services Services haven't haven't argued argued that that defending defending police police forces forces in in danger danger citizens citizens from from city city should should not not then then be able to raise taxes on well, This is not a difficult math problem to figure out if you do fun. Police departments get guess what police officers do. I believe this is a growing trend in in America today. The mayor of Los Angeles have proposed cutting the police budget there by $150 million in Colorado. There's a bill that would allow police officers to be sued. Sergeant Rob Pride is with the Fraternal Order of police, and he's a patrol sergeant in Colorado. Here's what he told ABC Action News in Tampa. There's officers in my department better Talking about wanting to get out of law enforcement early. That's just in his department. We just did a story about how San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department is looking for someone 100 officers, right, right, And that's a big No, no, that's that's a lot of that's a lot of need. Okay, that's that's just there. OK in in our neck of the woods. Then you talk about Colorado and you go across the country in fact, There's an outfit out there called the Police Executive Research Forum. They have reported that 63% of departments nationwide saw a decrease in applicants in the last five years. Okay, so this is a trend that goes back pre pandemic. In the last five years, people applying to be officers has been dropping significantly. Sergeant Pride says The recent efforts to defund police Department's that's only made matters worse will be relegated to B, a reactive police forces with no additional programs and no additional interaction other than To enforce the law in a rest. You know that's not a profession. I want to be a part of So Aubrey Aquino made some phone calls for us on this yesterday and talked to the folks at the Sacramento Police Department. And they say they have not seen a drop off that it's remained consistent both in applications and a number of officers retiring over the years. The requirements to be a police officer have gotten more stringent. I mean, more officers are required, especially if they're going to be moving up the ranks, toe have college degrees or additional training. So that was happening pre pandemic right And then after the pandemic and the riots and moved to defund, a lot of them are just saying, You know what? I'm I'm a year away from retirement. I've got a lot of time on the books for sick time and leave amount, and then you're in Colorado and they say, Way to say I could get sued. Wait, wait a minute here. I don't know if I want. I want it, Za tren. It's a disturbing trend just because communities need law enforcement at some point Let's
"sacramento police department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Insurance dot com Next reported for 35 I'm Tim Green Wood with more traffic reports more often. Katya next 10 70 news radio. Our Heat advisory remains in effect for parts of Southern California till eight o'clock tonight. Heat warnings and advisories, I guess would be the best way to put that as for tonight. Things will cool off into the sixties. Of course, as we get into the nighttime hours clear weather early than some low clouds and fog in the late night and the early morning hours Monday. You want to know about Monday. It's not gonna be as hot It'll still be us. Nice Summer day, but not as hot. Sunny weather highs from the lower to the mid seventies of the beaches. We should hit the lower to mid eighties for the inland areas mid nineties in the valleys, and if you just plain tired of all of this really, really triple digit type wether you like Tuesday. We're only going to get up to around 80 degrees inland and mid eighties of the Valley, so it'll cool down for a few days before it warms up again by the end of the week. In Santa Monica are a lot of folks have gathered at the beach 77 degrees right now, let's see it. Ah, Van Nuys. It is 97 degrees earlier, It was 101 at his 85 degrees in downtown Los Angeles. Cam. The Sacramento Police Department become a model for law enforcement reform statewide. Some lawmakers are saying yes, nearly 50 use of force recommendations are found in two reports given to the Sacramento Police Department from California's attorney general to help the city, Sacramento and the sac P D. But the standard for innovation and reform the changes give much weight to de escalation, training for officers,.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"To five one eight eight one for me to get that message so news tonight no curfew in the city of Sacramento's you could go out to dinner on the protest can continue will be interesting to see when it gets dark on the streets of Sacramento what happens now we've made a great move towards peace also the mayor and the city council said we don't need the National Guard anymore that's gone away no curfew and again just in case you're joining and wondering what's going on the governor Gavin Newsom ordered the California peace officers standards and training to immediately discontinued all carotid control hold training and as a result it will no longer on the car carotid control hold is no longer authorized for use within the Sacramento police department so we know a locally that will not be used and throughout the state the training has been changed is that enough hearing from individuals today that says well that kinda is not the right move that leaves our police officers with not too many options to control a suspect that could be out of control this is tough right now as we're seeing continued protests in DC and around the country kind of feels like the sixties I always thought I wanted to like live in the sixties now I guess I'm I'm getting one wish before it was an election year nineteen sixty eight there was civil rights protests in strife and we're re living that how are you feeling tonight again I'm here to listen to you nine one six nine two one fifteen thirty thank you so much for joining me this conversation will continue after the break I'm Amanda Carroll and this is KPK weekend life whether you're new or have been with us for decades.
Police Shootings: The Data and the Damage Done
"It's been five years since the high profile shootings of several unarmed black teenagers and men which launched the black lives matter movement. Thousands of people protested saying cops a using unnecessary force. The death sparked national debate. About what exactly was going on in in police departments with some saying this is a systemic problem and other saying no that's not right. A recent Pew survey found that around around forty percent of the public and about two-thirds of offices interviewed thought that these deaths were just quote isolated incidents this whole anti-police rhetoric is based on a lie. There is no data. There's no research that proves any of that nonsense none but despite this police departments have been doing all kinds of things to respond to the deaths and the protests police departments are employing. A new tactic body mounted video camera. Sacramento Police Department has been doing implicit bias. Training officers and recruits are required to attend an eight hour implicit bias. Course course meanwhile it feels like we're still seeing a lot of black people being killed at the hands of police like just a few weeks ago. Brad Attach Yana. Jefferson was shot in her home in Texas. Jefferson had been playing video games with her eight year old nephew. She was gunned down right in front of him so today on the show. What can you research tell us about police shootings in the US? And what can police departments be doing to save. Lives do implicit bias. Training Body Cams actually help when it comes to police shootings there are a lot of opinions. But then there's science okay so when you want to know the science of what is happening with all these police shootings you have to know that. We don't have good data here as no official database that tallies all the people in the US who was shot and killed by police so without officials stats media organizations like The Washington Post have started counting. And here's what they found about a thousand people in the US a killed by police each year. Roughly half of those don't have a gun and while all white people do get killed by cops your two to three times more likely to be killed by police in the US. If you're black an every researcher that we spoke told us that this wasn't just on the cops so for example is difference is partly explained by the fact that because of the history of this country black people are more likely to live in places with gun violence and cops a more likely to be assigned to these neighborhoods. So when idea is that if a lot of cops are interacting and with more black people than white people in the rare times that cops do draw their weapons. There's a greater chance that the person on the other end of the barrel will be black eh but lots of people in the. US think that something else is going on here to racial bias or racism among cops ups. So how widespread is that what feels like a messy and politically charged. Question can actually be answered with science. Hi My name is Jennifer Eberhardt and I work at Stanford. University Jennifer is a professor of social psychology. The and in two thousand fourteen. She started working with the Oakland police. Department to analyze their data on stops and searches and she was basically asking the question. But when you look at the data cops stopping and searching more black people. She looked at more than twenty thousand stops from five hundred police officers and she said there was a clear pattern. They stopped way. More African Americans in the same was true for the searches and when they when when they did the searches like what did they find. Were black people like more likely to have weapons or drugs no no. They weren't in Oakland Oakland. Black men was searched four times more often than white men despite the fact they would know more likely to have weapons or drugs. The white guys a similar trend was found for Latinos. And this isn't just Oakland. One big study published just the analyzed. Almost a hundred million police stops from twenty eight different states all across the the US and they found similar patents and these differences. They often stuck around. Even after you control for the crime rate
"sacramento police department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of healing and showing the family not only are long fish me but as a community at large for the sacrifice not only of tara but over tire family they're very very proud of the fact that we saw and we're very crowded she served our community that of course is sacramento police chief daniel on speaking there are bethany you can see we have now some of the officials lined up in front of the stage in the bagpipes have stopped listen in this is continuing coverage of the memorial service of sacramento police officer charles sullivan on news ninety three point one k of k all right there's a a low in the service right now as the officials step up to the stage right now and would you have kathy k's mike blunt who has been there all morning for us he said that he's seen units from san francisco san pablo union city in berkeley arriving and he is there now we understand and we're able to chat with him mike are you inside where are you stationed exactly so i'm still outside of the church bethany at such a packed house in there that there's not much room except for standing room they've been turning away people at the door and advising them to go to destiny church which is just around the corner from here to for the overflow crowd this church here bayside church's adventure campus seats about two thousand eight hundred people what i understand they have met that criteria so and i know earlier you spoke with chaplin mindy russell and she was just talking about how officer sullivan's family has been holding up today what sense did you get from chaplain russell well i get the sense that she has spoken with the family and that she you know is doing everything she can to help them cope with this you know obviously a horrible tragedy the tap into them she says something like this happens it's very overwhelming of course and it will probably take the few days to be able to process everything that's going on today what kinds of things will the department will chaplain russell be doing for the family just in the coming days and weeks to help the family through this very difficult time well of course they'll be doing different outreaching talking to them counseling faith counseling that kind of thing they're also offering that to any of the sacramento police officers who have been affected by this tragedy as well you know mike i think to if i remember right listening to chaplain russell earlier this morning one of your reports she talked about the fact that this is an opportunity for law enforcement to put a face on this a human Face. They're about to do that now. Let's go to the service right now. Okay. You were we're about to hear from captain. Dennis joy. I am captain Dennis joy what they Sacramento police department. On behalf of our organization as well as tards family. Like to welcome you all. thank you for coming together to join us as we honor and celebrate the extraordinary life of sark mono police officer tara sullivan badge three four nine today is about tara we honor her we remember her we celebrate her and most importantly we recognize the ultimate sacrifice she paid and the sacrifices for family has paid To the Osceola and family Dennis Kelly. Krista and Justin. Thank you for sharing Tara with us. Tara was our family? You are all our family. And we will always be here for you. to our law enforcement brothers and sisters who have traveled from near and far Thank you for joining us today. Your collective showing of support and solidarity has been a tremendous source of comfort for us. We need it tars family needs it. And we know that you will continue to be a source of strength for all of us. I want to take a moment to acknowledge and thank the contributions of the entire staff. Your bayside adventure church who has graciously opened their doors and provided this beautiful venue for us to properly honor Tara, most notably. Jim mcnally. ben eastland rick perez and calvin chang thank you for your tireless efforts and countless hours spent making today's special our police department values this strong partnership and we've forever we are forever grateful for your unwavering generosity and support with that said of lifetime by bayside pastor bob ballion to come up and provide some welcoming remarks All right. Bob value in the pastor of midtown for basing. on behalf of all seven of our campuses at bayside church like to welcome all of you to our bayside adventure campus were so glad you're here also on behalf of all of our pastors in all of our staff i'd like to think of all of law enforcement in our region but in particular today like to think the sacrimento city police department My friend chief haunt my friend Kenny Bernard and everyone throughout the organization. It's always been this way. fifty one of my fifty five long years in the heart of the city of sacramento and when trouble hits and bullets fly the population at large runs for cover as well they should but the city of sacramento police department has run to that danger for benefit your courage and your bravery are to be commended and unquestioned the essence of that courage and bravery were captured in both the life of tara in the death of tara and so to the assad family i say this all of the churches in our region at sacramento have been praying for you fervently you have all of our resources at disposal and beyond that however you decide to further tars honor and further her legacy we obey side both supports you in would resource that with you so please take us up on that my prayer for you personally is that the peace of god the transcends all human understanding would rest on all of you and at the peace of god would rest on our region as well thank you for being here.
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"Was shot and killed in an overnight standoff in north Sacramento Catholic as my blunt is live on the scene this morning with very latest for us, Mike, a lengthy standoff between Sacramento police department and a man is over with this morning. But unfortunately have confirmed that female officer was shot while assisting on a domestic violence call that preceded. That standoff deputy chief day lettuce during a news conference early Thursday that twenty six year old Tara O'Sullivan died at UC Davis, medical center, hours after a gunman opened fire on her while assisting the woman while removing belongings from a home. There are no word, convey, the depth of sadness. We feel. For how, how heartbroken we are for our family of our young brave officer. Police also say the shooter was armed with a rifle and kept officers pinned down for more than forty minutes while the officer Lee wounded in a yard, an armored vehicle rescued her, and she was taken to a hospital where she later died suspect, surrendered just before two AM says there are no words to explain how heartbroken the department is the men and women of our department will continue to do our jobs to protect the community, and we will draw from the strength and courage of Tara, our hearts are with tars family whose pain can hardly be imagined. I spoke with a neighbor about what's happened here. He says it's not the first time a domestic situation has got out of control. Is unfortunately that this had to have, you know, the way played out say miss zone bed, and I believe, you know, just to Ted bit, a communication, you'd be surprised kids solve a lot of a lot of misunderstanding so speak. The suspect has not yet been identified. We don't know his relationship to the woman officers were trying to help hopefully, some of that information will be released later today out there this morning, just more. Investigators out there just looking for evidence. Yeah. More investigators coming and going Christina. I've see probably about in the neighborhood of six or seven police cars are still here officers walking all around the neighborhood canvassing the area, I think they're looking for shell casings any kind of evidence that they can take in all right. Thank you very much, Mike, as many as two thousand shared scooters bikes could be in Sacramento next month as rideshare companies wanted to expand in Sacramento. Jennifer Wyatt transportation planning manager, says one of the four companies that is applied was already approved and ready to go. One thousand one hundred seventy devices on inner city, Sacramento, that includes both bikes and scooters, and we expect to other operators to the operator here in the city, and a couple of weeks, the three other companies that have applied bird lime and spin, a new report on the homeless crisis comb, TV in Seattle is produced a very powerful report on the disease and blight that has taken off the streets of Los Angeles. Komo's based up in Seattle. They already produced a fantastic documentary on their own city called Seattle is dying. They followed that up with a report called paradise lost homelessness in Los Angeles. It's getting a lot of attention across the country. It is reported by a narrative. Narrated by KOMO TV news anchor Eric Johnson. Here's a short clip from their report, again, this is about Los Angeles.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Iheartradio station. On targets US drone. I'm Carmen Roberts flunks news. The US navy says an Iranian surface to air missiles shot down a US thrown in international airspace. Over the straits of Hormuz today, the downing the high altitude drone comes as the US, and Iran longhorns over the Iran alleged attacks on several oil tankers in two separate incidents. President Trump reveals the Justice department is investigating whether intelligence agencies ease drops on his personal. Telephone calls during the twenty sixteen presidential election. The fact is they were spying on my campaign using agencies to tell agencies to do it going after page in popadopoulos, and probably others. I'm trying to trying to find out whether or not they actually listened it on my calls. That'll be the that would be the ultimate. We'll see what happens president speaking last night on. Fox's Hannity, a Sacramento police officer dies after being shot yesterday while responding to a domestic disturbance when she was shot. She was in the backyard. They cannot get to her because that suspect continued shooting, Vance Chandler with a Sacramento police department responding officers, they took extreme measures to make sure that everybody stays safe because when somebody has a rifle in their firing at police officers, it's a very dangerous situation. They didn't know if this person possibly come out of their house in continue shooting lease presence, by many different departments, Eric Rutger with fucks forty in Sacramento. No word if the gunman has been captured a police memo identifies the slain officer as terra Osceola. And a Chinese court says former INTERPOL president Mang Hong way has confessed to accepting more than two million dollars in bribes and expressed regret for his crawling..
"sacramento police department" Discussed on KCRW
"Are now pushing for the two officers who were involved in the shooting to be fired from the Sacramento police department. They realize that criminal charges are going to be brought, but they say the police department can't take action and fire. Those officers those officers are currently under investigation by the police department. But we don't know what the outcome of that mestigation will be what's been the stance towards the police department at this meeting that we were standing outside of right now. It's been extremely tense. There were a group of police officers riding their bikes by in the rain and a and a protester here kinda called them. Like, oh, don't fall, pretty sarcastically. It's just a really tense situation. There's not a lot of trust or any trust right now between the protesters and the police department. Lusting. I want to ask you about is where do things stand statewide in terms of changing the policies with respect to how law enforcement can use force against citizens. There are two competing bills in the legislature right now one would really restrict when police officers could use the guidance the other which is backed by law enforcement agencies just asks for departments to come up with policies for when they can can use them, but doesn't go as far as the other. Are we seeing city officials here in Sacramento taking sides on those competing bills? Yes, mayor Darrell Steinberg. Here has come out in support of the more restrictive measure as have a lot of people. Senator Kamala Harris is come out in favor of it. The president pro tem of the Senate has indicated that she thinks they can work on that Bill that law would hold officers to the standard of self defense. For themselves or a bystander before they could fire their weapon, Katie. Or who covers politics forests acuity? Thank you so much. You're welcome. Thank you. All right..
"sacramento police department" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The Armstrong and Getty show. Show more interesting stuff from that NBC Wall Street Journal poll that's out. Also got some numbers on people in cars, and what they pay a monthly payments are pretty pretty eye opening, but hope you can stick around and more highlights from the wacky CPAC speech by the president as well. So on a much more serious topic. The shooting of Stefan Clark, twenty two year old black man Sacramento about a year ago attracted a fair amount of attention nationwide and the district attorney of Sacramento county just announced on Saturday. I believe that there would be no charges filed against the officers involved in shooting. There have been protests in a great deal of reaction as you might expect and to discuss the whole story cheap. Daniel Hahn of the Sacramento police department joins us chief, we appreciate you being here. Very much. Thank you for having me. So listen, we're not knee jerk. Anything around here is you know, we support police strongly at same. Time the taking of the life of a citizen of a free country is an incredibly serious thing, particularly without a trial and society's need to be very very careful about that having said that well, why don't you just tell us? What was your reaction to the DA's announcement Saturday, no charges? Well, even before she went, I knew that it wouldn't change certain things. No matter what the decision was and first and foremost, the pain that the family feels because they've lost this on a grandson, no decision is going to change that or the the challenges that face our city and our police department. But I'm also glad that another step in the process has come. And there's a few more steps to go. So it means we're progressing through what our processes has the department come to a position of decision on the actions of the officers that night, we're still in that process. So we did the first step in that that is a high level overview look at our organizational performance during that call and that's where things like the new foot pursuit policy came from the modifications to the body camera policy and a few other things and the last step in the the final part of that internal review is after we get the results from the district attorney and the attorney general in this case. And so the attorney general has not given his decision and results. And so after that, we can then move onto our final review with their problem with the department's foot pursuit policy before what we didn't have a food policy. So now, we do interesting brought outlines of it. Yeah. It mirrors, basically, our our vehicle pursuit policy that gives direction to our officers on the things that they have to take into consideration before they either initiate a foot pursuit or continue for pursuit or cancel for pursuit. And so it's very similar to our vehicle pursuit policy. Interesting. How about the protests, so far, I know there's been some unrest. Amal was closed that sort of thing how out of hand has a gun. Well, it's. I think it's gone is good. As can be expected at this point. We were prepared obviously for any number of things the mall closing is up to the mall ownership. They're the ones that decided to close the mall. So there's been a few small protests, but there's not been any violence. There's not been any real significant property damage. So that's a very good thing. Chief Daniel Hannan Sacramento. Police department is with us the the DA in her press conference. And I know you don't work for the DA you work for the police department books. You've talked about a number of things, including the drugs in the young man system. The fact that he was there'd been a domestic violence complaint about him that sort of thing in the family's pretty angry about that saying, it was just character assassination. Why was that part of the press conference? I mean, I know the answer to that. But from your point of view. Yeah. Well, you'd have to ask the district attorney wise, she put it in part of the press conference, but I will say this those are all facts that were part of the investigation. And so my understanding is she put it in in as part of her press conference because those are the some of the factors that went into her decision making process, so she's being transparent and telling people what her decision was and how she came to that decision. Right. And listen, it's frustrated me a little bit because the family is aggrieved and they're angry and the rest of it. And they in the district attorney, you're. Talking past each other the reason that was in the press conference where she was explaining why it would be extremely difficult. Even if charges were filed to get a conviction because he, you know, obviously, the defense would be he was an agitated young man who is prone to committing crimes, and he was on a whole bunch of drugs and behaving erratically. And so it would be very very difficult to prove prove through jury beyond a reasonable doubt that the cops were just completely out of control, and they weren't legitimately afraid for their lives because the way the young man was acting in. You know, I don't know if it's willful not wanting to recognize that on the part of the family or what? But I just like I said it's frustrating because people are legitimately angry in grief-stricken in the communication doesn't seem to be great. Well, and I've said this before on this case and any others that will come in the future. There's been more transparency from this department than ever before. And it's not even close, but transparency by itself doesn't get to the core of the issue. That our community is concerned about that. We are concerned about as a police department and transparency is not always pretty there are challenges to transparency because some stuff is just graphic. And just you know, it causes people a lot of pain. So there are consequences to transparency. Yeah. That's well said is the other side of that coin? What we appreciate you being willing to talk. It's I think it's notable we've talked about this with you on a couple of different occasions that you guys have not hunkered down as you say. And you know in transparency chief Daniel Hahn Sacramento police department, we appreciate the time. Thank you for having me. Good to talk to you. Thank you. And I suppose should be pointed out yet another a police chief in America that is not a white male because that is a popular slogan of of rallies and campaigns and shirt that we have white police officers gunning down black men all over the place. Right, right. Hey, handsome, can you? Michael go ahead. Go ahead. Thanks. We appreciate your time. Thanks. Yeah. Yeah. It's like I said, it's it's tough to watch all this unfold because I get I get the pain in the in the family, honestly, most of the family of Stefan Clark has been. Most of them more than reasonable and patient and the rest of it. But were outraged at some of the things disclosed by the district attorney, but you know. Transparencies transparency we got this text the police will just stop patrolling these areas with this kind of crap happens in the future. Requirement that you do. Yeah. I wonder if that well that has happened some cities, we do know that. Well, I have it on reasonably good authority from very slow enforcement officers that if the risk is too enormous not only like the legal risk, but the risks to life and limb because you have to be passive like in Baltimore. This was a big story when there was the big the outrage over some some people dying in custody custody in Baltimore police felt so cowed into inaction that it became impossible to to police dangerous neighborhoods. I'm not saying they were right in that perception or they follow the right strategy. But it's one of those things in society that is so hard finding the sweet spot between assertiveness and caution and respect by copper's in dangerous neighborhoods. You can't be a a kitty cat in these neighborhoods. You can't be. She too passive in. And what's the right word? I'm choosing my words very carefully here. Because people dying is no joke. But obviously you can't be belligerent violent either unnecessarily violent. So it's it's it's a really difficult thing. I tell you what I think is a hell of a good man, though. And they are serious about helping their officers understand what the policies are in what the right practices are to get bad guys into custody and keeping everybody safe. So trying to go through my notes from the weekend stories I wanted to bring up. Tweeted this out that as I was looking for a TV show on Saturday came across on one channel they had a show called Larry king's prostate reporting. That show is the distance. Gotta be. Seems to be a little difficult to generate new storylines. I'm assuming it's a weekly tummy, and it's not daily. My prostate is enlarged. This question from Larry king's prostate report, it's the fifth year anniversary this week of the pending of the godfather one of the most popular books in publishing history. And also, of course, very popular movie. Which set me to reading a little bit of that. I'd never had any of the godfather you ever read any of the godfather. It's fantastic. You know, I I think I had a copy boy, I never read it. I had a dog eared paperback. I picked up at a garage sale. He was a failing writer, Mario Puzo. Right. Mario Puzo failing writer, and and somebody said to him, you know, we're we're in was wife said we're in debt, we gotta do something, you know, something about mafia write him off your book, and you sat down look what he felt like the book was beneath them a little. So he just kinda got some crap out there, really fast. Yeah. Publishing company. So this is fantastic. Gave them a huge advance in Nabi win while and it was the the time V fastest-selling big hit book in the history of publishing when it hit. It was just a huge crazy like JK row. Harry Potter was here's one thing. I don't know where they're multiple books like the multiple movies or the multiple movies. Just the book told in three I think it's that. I think it's just the book was a whole bunch of different story. Their.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"You can also read besides just michigan michelle mcnamara's book one was called sudden terror neither one was called hunting a psychopath and there's several what i like now because now the information's been sitting there for fucking forty years and the internet has been obsessed with this case for years because of the recorded calls that are super fucking scary we should actually probably play that but there's but there's so much information now aggregated online there was a really great website called w w dot coldcase slash iran's dot com okay that is a i've learned quite a bit about the the scale of these crimes now he is a very dangerous human being but we now i'm going to see that he did up fifty sexual assaults and he also closely monitored his own footage essentially he would he would watch the news reports of his own crimes and then change his crimes accordingly right they knew at some point they knew enough that he this guy knew enough about law enforcement procedures that he must be a cop that the sacramento police department had the entire police department dna scan basically they do double check against everything he also he the escalation is so clear what we talk about with serial killers all time is that the grow to murder and when you see the extent of his crimes and how scary the were and the mos all exactly the same he would put them down on the ground he would break into their house while they're asleep he would wake them up from a dead sleep he would tie their hands around their back a lot of times he would make them put his very tiny penis in their hands and he'd be like with the play with it which is fucking discussing and he always had a dining penis.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Maybe yeah i'm going i'm looking back at this there's a new just got an update on the store with his police officer on the cape canine officer he was sir he was serving the warrant on this fellow who has been arrested one hundred times the criminals twenty nine his arrest record includes one hundred charges and previous arrests what the hell is this guy even doing out on the street you gotta wonder how to work the system exactly so now everybody's grousing with appropriateness on the courage of this guy or the police in general and thoughts and prayers are with the family and all that other stuff but this seems to me on the surface to be something that was the dog was shot to apparently that this is this is the kind of stuff that's unnecessary small little police semi yarmuth they are not four thousand people live in the town and there are a dozen police officers that's it it's a it's a cushy job because most of the time there's nothing going on there unless the summertime so anyway i find this i'm not happy about this at all now what is there will be happy about but gunned down for no good reason just it's it seems to me that somebody didn't somebody fell down on the job if you will sacramento police issued their first written policy on when officers can turn off body cameras after two officers mutilated their microphones following a shooting of an unarmed black man and his grandparents backyard spokesperson for the sacramento police department is a thirty day deadline from the the shooting which took place on the eighteenth of last month to release remaining video and audio recordings cluding those from other responding officers and police car so see this is the other side of it and and this is the police getting away with not doing their job is supposed to use these cameron we've heard stories all over the place of officers who have either pull the batteries out of the cameras and they pull the wires out of the dashboard or they somehow or other they they make the body cameras inoperable so in this case you've got a story about a heroic cop and then you've got a story about another police situation which is.
Sheriff's deputy's vehicle strikes activist protesting Stephon Clark's death
"Run in the chp is looking into saturday night's demonstration where a sacramento sheriff's patrol car hit an activist as kcbs reporter holly quantel says the department says the tight protesters rather were vandalizing the vehicles this was the latest in two weeks of mostly non violent but confrontational protests over the fatal police shooting of stefan clark the sheriff's department says run eight forty protesters were swarming two of their vehicles when deputies tried to clear a path the first car pulls away and it was while the second car tried to follow that activists wanted cleveland with hitting the knee and falls to the ground guide to nilo at is with the national lawyers guild and was there observing accelerating very fast and struck her violently she felt so ground and the deputies then sped off the sheriff's department says in a press release the cars were going at slow speed but didn't say why the deputies didn't stop after the collision the is now looking into the incident as the state attorney general investigates the sacramento police department after officers mistook stefan clark cell phone for a gun hall equality kcbs attorneys representing homeless advocates are going to federal court today to prevent the city of santa rosa and it's anoma county from closing to encampments kcbs is jeffrey schaub reports that the city has given the approximately one hundred homeless people until tomorrow to clear out or have their belongings remove it may be just hours until the people living in this camp side behind a dollar tree store have to move on the city started putting up these yellow placards on the tents here that says notice to vacate ill illegal campsite or lodging vacate date tomorrow april third lisa is one of five.
Sheriff's deputy's vehicle strikes activist protesting Stephon Clark's death
"The bay area's news station kcbs little high cloud cover but otherwise pleasant good morning i'm stand bunker i'm susan lee taylor what's happening protesters are calling it a hit and run now the chp is looking into saturday night's demonstration where a sacramento sheriff's patrol car hit an activist kcbs is holly kwan joins us live to report that the department says protesters were vandalizing the vehicles holly susan this was the latest in two weeks and mostly non violent but confrontational protests over the fatal police shooting upon clark this sheriff's department says run eight forty protesters were swarming two of their vehicles when deputies tried to clear a path the first car pulls away and it was while the second tried to follow that activists wanted to cleveland was hitting the neen falls to the ground with the national lawyers guild and was there observing accelerating very fast and struck her violently and she fell to the ground and the deputies then sped off the sheriff's department says in a press release that cars were going at slow speed but didn't say why the deputies didn't stop after the collision chp now looking into the incident as the state attorney general investigates the sacramento police department after officers mistook stefan clark cell phone for a gun reporting live all the kcbs thanks holly facebook ceo to apple ceo tim cook m y o b kcbs is mad big the reporting live from our silicon valley zuckerberg is taking issue with cooks disparaging description of facebook's business model tim cook calls facebook's monetization of users data a quote scheme where users are the products the apple's ceo tells recode they could make a ton of money if they sold user data but they've chosen not to do that facebook ceo mark zuckerberg quickly fired back in an interview on vox media i find that argument that if you're not paying that somehow we can't care about you to be extremely glib right and not at all aligned with the truth he says offering a free product allows people.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Experience they had thirty years ago when an african american man was walking through a field and he was shot by police though they could not hold out much hope so i think it is depending on who you talk to there are both sides of being represented but the community has been very active as you mentioned coming out with protests and really pushing for some the changes to the police force in sacramento so that's his doesn't happen again i have worked with the sacramento police department and trying to bring about change i had a couple of cases i will tell you that the police chief as well as members of his staff and the mayor's office are equally interesting and bring about social reform to the department and community so this presents an opportunity for now on the community and the police kind of worked together you do need someone on on the community side understand what policing is about so they can effectively put forth ideas that the police department can appreciate it and therefore you can reach an accord now have done that with him i know they're available to do it but you do have to work at it and you got to have people who are willing to take the time to work through this one of the ideas that has taken off across the country professor glazer is this idea of implicit bias training and workshops does it work as far as we can tell there's no evidence that implicit by his training has any effect on police officer performance or cross other industries as well i think implicit bias is real and i do think it plays a causal role in these problems i think very likely in this case the misperception of the object in his hand was due to an implicit association between race and weapons which has been very well demonstrated and careful research but what we can do about it is an entirely different question what can we do about it well i think the training has to be focused on preventing these situations from arising in the.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The first autopsy findings in the sacramento police shooting death of an unarmed black man were released by the victim's family the family of stefan clark the unarmed black man shot dead by sacramento police last week commissioned a private autopsy and yesterday outlined some of the findings correspondent john laxton one of the conclusions of the independent autopsy is the clark could've lived for three to ten minutes after he was shot that raises questions about why he did not receive immediate medical attention the sacramento police department has not commented on the independent report says it will wait until the release of the official autopsy from the county coroner family attorney ben crump says the private pathologist also determined the bullets that hit clark at least seven of them were in the back of his autopsy contradict many of the narratives that the sacramento police put forward the police reports suggest clark was advancing on officers when they opened fire protesters took to the streets of sacramento again overnight jim chenevey cbs news kyw news time nine thirty four greater for prison loss get another inmate this week to suicide the fifth one at that facility just this year kyw community affairs reporter cheri gregg explains prison officials are taking new action is it fair to call this a cluster closer five in a matter of a few months is extremely high is an attorney with the pennsylvania institutional law project and on profit that represents individuals inside of the state's prison system she says the number of deaths is this heartening especially since at least one of the inmates was on suicide what makes me question whether there have been failures in either policies or procedures at sei great for there are various standards and good practices at prisons can follow to minimize suicides deferred has higher lindsey 'have a national expert on jail suicides to help with the matter i think that's a good move incarceration is stressful and prisons have a duty to protect inmates from violence including from themselves cheri gregg kyw newsradio kyw news time nine thirty five a south jersey church is now using armed local.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Weather for the bay area all news one oh six nine am seven forty kcbs coming up on kcbs shot in the back multiple times the autopsy finding in the sacramento killing of stefan clark and update from cbs news in just a moment goldstein santa rosa where some people who lost their fountaingrove homes are learning it's going to take a whole lot longer than they thought to rebuild and california's attorney general puts a major healthcare provider on notice over higher costs good evening i'm larry sharoni kcbs news time eight thirty one cbs news update the family of stefan clark the unarmed black man shot dead by sacramento police now have some new information to suggest problems with the police version of what happened the information in a report from a private pathologist who conducted an autopsy on clark's body family attorney ben crump the findings of his autopsy contradict many of the narratives that the sacramento police put forward cbs john blackstone one of the conclusions of the independent autopsy is the clark could've lived for three to ten minutes after he was shot that raises questions about why he did not receive immediate medical attention the sacramento police department has not commented on the independent report says it will wait until the release of the official autopsy from the county corn private pathologist also suggested clark was shot seven times from behind one wound in the right back side of the neck in a cluster of wounds in the upper right side of his back cbs news update i'm jim shanavie at eight thirty two this portion of her newswatch on kcbs tonight sponsored by ringcentral.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"Breaking news the sacramento police department facing serious questions tonight after it was just revealed that stuff on clark the unarmed black man killed by police was shot eight times hit from both behind and on his side that is according to a private family autopsy the findings contradict police accounts of the deadly confrontation police video from the march eighteenth shooting shows police approaching clark in his grandparents backyard last week police it said they believed that he was armed in advancing towards them when they fatally shot him ryan young is out front live from sacramento force ryan what does the family saying about the results we'll be on the family really speaking to their attorneys after noon sort of laying out this case trying to change in their to in fact they said that several times the fact that the twenty two year old father too was charging toward officers is what sacramento police have i said in the first few days with the pathological said that they believe he was actually shot here on the side and he pointed to one of the shootings here and then it turned his body and after that happened he was shot six more times in the back once in the leg we do know that officers fired some twenty shots altogether they really believe that i shot impacted him and then twisted his body which they believe now shows a difference in the conversation that was happening for the first few days it goes on to say the ideologue shots could have been a fatal shot to stefan clark but then he probably sat there for three or four minutes because he died from all those compounding shots now of course this has been a charge community after that shooting several people taking to the streets letting their voices be heard because they are upset about.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on KPCC
"The police chief in sacramento over the investigation into the shooting of stefan clark about let's see a week and a half or so ago in sacramento you're offices now involved in that investigation but outline your involvement nick that's right chief daniel hahn of the sacramento police department requested that the department of justice here in california i consider coming in to this investigation after quite a bit of conversation and discussion with the sacramento police department and the and the chief the california department of justice we have made the decision to step in to provide independent oversight of this particular investigation of the shooting of stefan clark we also have an agreement with chief on to do a wider review of policing practices and procedures and policies at the sacramento police department which is separate from the investigation itself and in a broader review of the way the police work down here in sacramento can you tell me what form that investigation is gonna take how long it might take is it seems that if you do that sort of investigation or that sort of review of police policies for sacramento that has a lot of impact on police agencies all across the state doesn't it he would we hope it will we hope that with the cooperation and assistant so sack pd and the community that we can get to a point where the policies the practices the protocols that are used help us prevent situations where shooting occurs how.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"The morning the trio allegedly forced their way into the residents through a back door and were killed after exchanging words with peters who fired multiple shots police said the alleged getaway driver twenty one year old elizabeth rodriguez surrendered to the broken arrow police department last night facing charged on three counts of first degree murder and three counts of burglary her first court appearance except for today what set for today has been pushed to april fifth she was ordered to be held on no bond the wagner county sheriff's office said in a statement upon making entry to the home one of the residents fired a rifle striking all three of the suspects there you go live lesson folks don't break into somebody's house at twelve thirty nine the wgn news center i'm pamela furr the california department of justice now investigating the shooting and killing of an unarmed black man by police we will continue to coordinate with the sacramento police department we will retain our independence as we conduct this review attorney general executor sarah went on to say his department will make sure the investigation is fair thorough and impartial and there aren't three new inductees into the country music hall of fame ricky skaggs is along the newest members of the country music hall of fame he's won eight tma awards and fifteen recording academy trophies over the years johnny's in somebody's gonna get back with you dan rounds and we can't leave out mr johnny gamble wtn new is brought to you by indeed dot com slash fire from the genesis diamonds wgn traffic center traffic already floor around downtown is getting even slower sixty five.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Gene and joel and i are going to talk about a piece and the players tribune by st francis who talks about going from being a drug dealer to an nba star and the circuitous route that he took to get there it's a good segment we'll be a good segment and a few or listening to this prime means you're a fan of the show why don't you want to listen to that it's good you'll enjoy it to get it joined slate plus for just thirty five dollars a year you can sign up and slate dot com slash hangup plus on the night of sunday march eighteenth and sacramento to police officers killed twenty two year olds to fund clark in his backyard clark who is black was suspected of breaking windows he was not armed he was shot twenty times after the sacramento police department released video and audio footage of clark's killing protesters blocked a highway and shut down the entrance to the sacramento kings arena preventing fans from entering and delaying the start of thursday's game between the kings and hawks after the game kings owner vivek rounded diva went on the floor and grabbed a microphone here's what he had to say we here at the kings recognize that we have a big black foam it's a privilege but it's also a responsibility it's responsibility that we take very seriously and we stand here before you all young black white brown and we are all united in our commitment.
"sacramento police department" Discussed on WGTK
"Twenty one minutes after the hour on the michael medved show talking about the sad case of stefan clark which is provoking a huge reaction in sacramento california when you look at the video and you listen to the audio and all of that has been released by the sanford sacramento police department one of the things that is very clear is that they had a police helicopter and they monitored stefan clark clearly running through backyards jumping over fences jumping into his own grandmother's backyard which is where he had been living he's twenty two years old and he was then preparing to go in through the window in the backyard now apparently this is the front door was broken they say and this was the way that people usually got in to the house but this is all being reported by the helicopter to the police on the ground and the police on the ground are running up to the house then stand the suspect is there and they literally coming around the corner and you can see this and this is all a split second situation and they're coming around the corner and they see the suspect and they shoot almost immediately and i think that probably the investigations are going to say that that that that was the wrong thing to do but who knows and again with that split second timing their assumption that the suspect might be armed is very real though i would be fairly certain that the the instantaneous nature of their shots and they'd delivered twenty shots against him is probably a violation of their training and police protocol which is why they've been suspended and there's a full investigation going on but the idea that this is some kind of racist crime it appears and this is unconfirmed but i it looks by looking at the video it's fairly clear at least one of the police officers is black does that make a difference should it make a difference one eight hundred nine.