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03:14 min | 2 months ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"A lot of election denying politicians claim none of the January 6th insurrectionists brought guns to the capitol, new testimony at a trial belies that. A former oath keeper militia member has now testified about a large stash of weapons the group kept at a hotel just outside D.C. during the assault on the capitol, former group member, Terry Cummings testified he had not seen that many weapons since he was in the military, that they brought them as a show of force and would only be used as defense if needed. A testimony in the ongoing seditious conspiracy trial of Stuart Rhodes. ABC's Andy field, the January 6th committee holds what many think will be its last public hearing on Thursday. There will be recorded testimony from multiple former Trump officials. His attorney says they will appeal a Connecticut jury's judgment of almost $1 billion against Internet blowhard Alex Jones who for years made the bogus claim that the sandy hook school massacre in 2012 was a hoax. Richard cantu, ABC News. News radio 1000 FM 97 7 stay connected, stay informed. Good evening, I'm Kelly flyer and here are the top local northwest stories, a new city of Seattle report is on sparing in its criticism of the Seattle police department over SPD's response to the 2020 chop protest. We learn more from northwest news radios corn when Hague. Some seattleites remain deeply suspicious of their police force, as we are learning this week from public comments during city council budget hearings. Inflated staffing plans and unaccountable budget go hand in hand with systemic racism, violence, and anti democratic north. Now comes the third and final installment of a report from the Seattle office of inspector general, reviewing SPD's response to the 2020 racial equity protests. The report slams SPD for weaknesses in leadership and lack of transparency and accountability in the department's decision making processes. It especially calls out the now infamous Proud Boys roofs, in which officers chatted on the police band about a group of armed white supremacists marching on chop, the officers made it up, knowing protesters were monitoring their chatter. The report concludes the officers involved acted in bad faith, and that the ruse could be seen as an example of internalized racism. Corwin hake northwest news radio in response to the report the Seattle police department says it is carefully reviewing the findings and will be responding to the recommendation shortly. We've also reached out to the Seattle police officers guild for comment. Regional homelessness leaders say they're taking a disaster response approach to help people find housing in Seattle. That involves activating the city's emergency operations center. Jeremy Harris is more. City leaders say this facility is what's needed to help coordinate all of the homeless resources in the city and what they say is a disaster like response. Seattle leaders along with administrators from the King County regional homelessness authority said they are teaming up with the U.S. Department of Housing and urban development to start coordinating the many different organizations involved in homeless services. The King County regional homeless authority and several partners around the city say bringing everyone together in one spot will be more efficient and lead to more people being housed. Whenever an

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

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02:47 min | 2 months ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"And the Capitol Hill community and lacked transparency and accountability throughout the 2020 racial equity protests. The report especially calls out SPD for the infamous Proud Boys Rus, in which officers, knowing chop protesters were monitoring police radio chatter, invented a pending incursion into chop by a militant right-wing group. Do you think those are Proud Boys and coming down here? It seems like they're kind of starting to muster up maybe thinking about marching around. Journalist activist omari Salisbury provided investigators with that tape. The report concludes the use of the Proud Boys for the Rus was an intentional manipulation of protester fear to undermine the protest at the height of anti police tensions. Corwin hake northwest news radio. In response to the report, the Seattle police department says it is carefully reviewing the findings and will be responding to the recommendations shortly, we have also reached out to the Seattle police officers guild for comet. Tulsi Gabbard is endorsing Joe Kent for Congress, Kent is the 2020 election denier who defeated congresswoman Jaime Herrera butler in the August primary. With your vote, Joe's going to go to Washington and work tirelessly to secure the border and bring you and your loved ones peace of mind. That from a Kent campaign ad gabbert who ran for president in 2020 has since resigned from the Democratic Party and become a commentator for Fox News. Members of the state Supreme Court say they deserve more money for the job. Northwest news radio is currently Johnson reports. Justices of the state's high court justified to day before the citizens commission on salaries for elected officials, justice Deborah Stevens told commission members that during the pandemic they did not request any salary increases outside of cost of living. During that same sidewalk, journalists got a 4.7% salary increase plus federally adjusted cost of living adjustments colas so we're pretty far off track. Justice even said they believe a 10% salary increase would acknowledge the depth of the complex justice system they operate in. As of 2020, according to state legislative documents, justices make upwards of $220,000 a year. In meetings over two days the commission will also consider salaries for state superintendent of public instruction and state auditor, carling Johnson, northwest news radio, 7 34. Let's get a traffic update from the dubin law group traffic center. Here's Natalie. It's down to a 15 minute drive going from belviq to tequila on four O 5 south congestion is really starting to thin out. Downtown Seattle first avenue and accident is blocking off the right lane at king street traffic is slow from Alaskan way and south on 5 in Seattle still see that accident on the right shoulder south of 900 traffic really

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 2 months ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Hazy sunshine 63°, I'm Rick fancied with Kim shepherd. Here's what's happening. Two more men from Washington state have been arrested for their alleged actions during the attack on the capitol. We get details from northwest news radios Jeff pogal. 40 year old Richard slaughter of orning in his 20 year old stepson caden gottfried were arrested by the FBI and released on personal recognizance following a court appearance in Tacoma. The Justice Department has charged slaughter with assaulting officers with a deadly weapon, interfering with officers during civil disorder and other felony and misdemeanor offenses. Godfried meanwhile is charged with assaulting and impeding officers and other misdemeanor crimes. Court documents accuse the dad of attacking officers with a long pole and distributing pepper spray to other rioters. The sun is accused of being in a mob that pushed back against capitol police. The pair are among the nearly 900 people nationwide that have been arrested in connection with the attack on the capitol. Jeff pojo and northwest news radio. A new city of Seattle report is unsparing in its criticism of the Seattle police department over SPD's response to the 2020 chop protest. We learn more from northwest news radio's corwin Hague. Some seattleites remain deeply suspicious of their police force as we are learning this week from public comments during city council budget hearings. SPDs inflated staffing plans and unaccountable budget go hand in hand with systemic racism, violence, and anti democratic norm. Now comes the third and final installment of a report from the Seattle office of inspector general, reviewing SPD's response to the 2020 racial equity protests. The report slams SPD for weaknesses in leadership and lack of transparency and accountability in the department's decision making processes. It especially calls out the now infamous Proud Boys roose, in which officers chatted on the police band about a group of armed white supremacists marching on chop, the officers made it up, knowing protesters were monitoring their chatter. The report concludes the officers involved acted in bad faith and that the ruse could be seen as an example of internalized racism. Corwin Hague northwest news radio in response to the report, the Seattle police department says it is carefully reviewing the findings and will be responding to the recommendation shortly. We've also reached out to the Seattle police officers guild for comments. Coming out, Supreme Court Justices are they fairly compensated on curling Johnson as state commission that set salaries takes up the taxpayer banner

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02:12 min | 3 months ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Be the first day of classes for Seattle public schools. Now is a day with teachers on strike, holding picket signs and pushing for change. Do we want to be on strike? No, but we are committed to marching and showing our support. The two parties have been embarking sessions all summer long, contracts between teachers and the district expired on August 31st. The district says there will be no classes again tomorrow. The teacher strike in the Kent school district may end tonight with classes beginning tomorrow. We get the latest from corwin Hague. It happened overnight after a marathon bargaining session, according to Leila Jones, panther Lake elementary school teacher, and vice president of the Kent education association. Agreement in the very early hours of this morning. Now comes the all important membership vote later today to ratify or not. What the agreement contains is undisclosed. This evening. But Jones tells me she is confident it addresses the teacher's main issues of class size workload salary and support staff can 1600 teachers have been on strike since August 25th, if they ratified tonight. Goes on tomorrow, which is really exciting. Corwin Hague, northwest news radio. Pair of professionals in the tongue water school district have authorized a strike. These are members of the support staff such as teacher's aides. They say they are working for poverty wages and unless they reach an agreement on a new contract by Sunday afternoon they will walk off the job. The district says the strike announcement came as a surprise and that negotiators continue to bargain in good faith. Three law enforcement unions announced today in Seattle, they are joining forces against short staffing and the soft on crime approach. John libertini was there. The Seattle police officers guild and the unions representing King County sheriffs and corrections are desperate for public support. First time in history getting together to highlight the public safety crisis and together with our support of Jim Farrell, King County prosecuting attorney, galvanize on public safety issues. Jim Farrell, a former prosecutor and a tough on crime mayor and Federal Way, is running for King County prosecuting attorney. Tremendous backlog

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

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04:28 min | 5 months ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"And KPLC HD two Seattle. Northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7, covering the northwest and the world. And coming up after ABC News, were laws broken when the Seattle east police precinct was abandoned during the chop protest and John lover T, a new legal claim suggests as much. And we will talk more about traffic and weather coming up in just four minutes. From ABC News, I'm Brian Clark. Democrats in Congress said the Supreme Court's decision overturning roe versus wade inspired them to act on other policies regarding individual rights. This evening, the House passed the bill, codifying federal protections for interracial and same sex marriages. The bill has passed. 47 Republicans joining Democrats to pass the respect for marriage act. The bill clearing the house with 267 votes in favor and 157 against. Bill sponsor, congressman Jerry Nadler. All married people who are building their lives together must know that the government will respect and recognize their marriages for all time. The respect for marriage acts next heads to the Senate, Justin Finch, ABC News, Washington. Ukraine's First Lady will address Congress on Wednesday, Elena zelensky was at The White House today. President Biden will be in Massachusetts Wednesday talking about climate calls are growing for him to declare a climate emergency amid soaring temperatures, but White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre said I would not plan a announcement this week on national climate emergency. CDC gave the green light to a fourth COVID-19 vaccine made by novavax, it does not use mRNA technology instead, similar technology to the flu shot. Outrage continues a new valdi Texas over the 77 page report that described a botched law enforcement response to the rob elementary school shooting. ABC's mireille is there. Major fallout over this report and also the body camera footage recently released over the last few days. We have been able to confirm that local police, Texas, DPS, and now border patrol, all launching internal investigations into the actions of those nearly 400 officers and agents on the day of the shooting. Authorities in Indiana say the man who shot 5 people in a mall food court Sunday killing three fire 24 times in 15 seconds before he was fatally shot 8 times by a bystander. You're listening to ABC News. Stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio. Could he think 6 O two downtown Seattle temperature now 80°? I'm Rick fancier's what's happening that shot that you got to protect you from COVID seems to be doing a pretty good job against the newest versions of the virus. We have details from Jeff pojo. Researchers at the University of Washington looked at not just the Pfizer Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, but several others from around the world as well. John Bowen was one of the scientists that conducted the study. It's really incredible how all these different vaccines produced by a bunch of different scientists around the world all actually work very, very well. Even against the newest variants such as BA 5, but he adds that that is only if you have received the full course of the vaccine and a booster. His research appears in the journal science. Jeff pods a northwest news radio. City of Seattle facing another legal claim from the Capitol Hill occupied protest zone. It was about two years ago that that unrest happened. Here's John lobert ini. 16 year old Antonio Mays junior came to Seattle from Southern California, hoping to be part of a civil rights movement, but instead maize was killed in the chaos. Lawyer Evan O Shan. He let a precinct to be abandoned who let 16 year old kid to be essentially executed. A legal claim filed by his family alleges the city of Seattle failed to provide legally obligated medical police and emergency services during the chop zone uprising. Mike solin, Seattle police officers guild. Police officers weren't allowed to come into an area unprecedented for a major city to be lost to complete anarchy. Jenny durkan was mayor. Current mayor Bruce harrell's office had no comment, Antonio May's killer has never been found, and oshan calls it a cold case. He was put in the extremely dangerous situation. Form a lawsuit against the city, the county and the state could be filed by mid September. John lobert, northwest news radio, to come a police investigating a weekend shooting that injured a ten year old girl after someone sprayed her house with bullets, a girl was taken to a hospital for treatment of non life threatening injuries to her leg. Officers say three adults and a girl were inside that home located along south

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

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02:16 min | 9 months ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Hurt rathbun took a position to protect him I told Ryan hayman and losing vision my left eye So that he would know us compromised It meant that it was just filed young is still in the gadget county jail Seattle police officers guild has picked its candidate for King County prosecutor more from Jeff pojo Longtime prosecutor Dan Sanders has already announced he will not seek reelection this fall So for the first time in essentially decades it will be an open seat Now the union representing Seattle police has issued their endorsement President Mike solin Law enforcement within Seattle and King County are united in support of Jim Farrell Ferrell was just elected to another term as mayor of Federal Way but says he is the right person to change the direction of the King County prosecutor's office Jeff podol and northwest news radio Three other candidates have filed with the state public disclosure commission of them Ferrell has raised the most money Northwest news times 7 34 traffic every ten minutes on the forest from the dubin law group traffic center Tama Fulton Still watching this crush in Seattle on southbound 5 at Mercer street three lanes now are blocked and left center length is center lane at the right center Lake right through the middle of the roadways you want to stay to the far left or right to get by That's causing a solid backup now from the U district adding 30 minutes to your commute time Still watching and Lacey It looks like a medical emergency Southbound 5 at Carpenter road northeast has a left lane lock causing a solid stop and go back up from this while he caught off road adding nearly 35 minutes to your commute time and a new crash in fife is partially blocking the exit from southbound 5 to the port of Tacoma road This report is sponsored by whole foods market at Whole Foods market get $2 off per pound of sustainable wild caught fresh Alaska a lamp Atlantic convolutes through March 8th while supplies last plus prime numbers save an extra 10% restrictions applied Our next northwest traffic at 7 44 Como fours Rebecca Stevenson with the northwest forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center We've had a really nice evening with mostly clear skies outside And with the clear skies overnight tonight we're going to have those temperatures dipping down and getting chilly in the low to mid 30s.

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"That day police say 22 people were arrested after a large group march from the international district to the Seattle police officers guild building on fourth avenue south Time for an update on traffic from the duban law group traffic center would do it every ten minutes on the force Good evening We've got a crush right now in Seattle westbound 90 just before rainier avenue south it looks like it's taking up the right wing with emergency crews on the scene Still watching a crash in Seattle on Satan daddy behind at south Holden street that's partially blocking the left light First avenue south bridge right now is closed to drivers and open for a marine traffic crossing some good news in snow quality that crash on eastbound 90 at highway 18 that was taking up to three lanes causing a huge backup from Preston falsity road That's all now been moved over to the shoulder on eastbound 9 It still causing a slowdown but see it thinning out just a bit And if you want still watching our crash on westbound 5 12 at 94 video that's causing a backup from 15th street our 50th avenue rather southwest This report is sponsored by Wendy's breakfast biscuit sandwich just $1 it's better breakfast a clock at Wendy's get a hot and buttery fresh Wendy's breakfast Biscuit with bacon or sausage fresh cracked egg and cheese for just a dollar limited time only a participating U.S. Wendy's Our next combo traffic at 6 44 Here's future sound forecast now from como for Shannon O'Donnell Why they're everybody It is going to be a stormy December weekend We're just seeing this disturbance wind down and then the next one revs up and comes on in by Friday night.

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05:51 min | 1 year ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Number one for news come on news More of these top local stories after ABC News The house is expected to vote tonight on bill back better Texas Republican Kevin Brady urging members to vote against the one in three quarters $1 trillion spending plans will make the wealthy pay their fair share more nonsense Two out of three millionaires in America will see a huge tax cut in this bill Democrats say the bill will not raise taxes on households earning less than $400,000 a year Tomorrow the CDC's advisory panel could vote to expand booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines to all adults The FDA is also expected to weigh in The booster buildup coming amid growing fears of another winter surge Cases across the country are up 35% since late October 18 states seeing an increase in hospital admissions ABCs with Johnson the governor of Oklahoma community the death sentence of Julius Jones hours before his scheduled execution to life in prison State attorneys general looking into Instagram and its effects on youth Daria ABC News Common news 1000 FM 97 7 common news times 7 31 42° art Sanders top local stories from the como 24 7 news center After turning some of the areas hit hardest by recent flooding governor Jay inslee says he'll push for a federal disaster declaration easily says the rules aren't clear and the administration has a lot of discretion so there's no set cost of damages to trigger federal aid but he says there is a thorough effort to assess the damage home by homes So I am hopeful but there is no certainty in this regard but we're going to do our level best to assemble all of the damage so we can make the strongest possible case to the federal government The governor also says that wants the Biden administration's large business vaccine mandate is through the courts Washington will follow it closely he says his vaccine mandate got more people to get vaccinated and he is confident the osha rule would do the same In British Columbia's source tells global news that Canada is about to announce it's getting rid of the PCR test requirement for Canadians returning home from day trips to the U.S. in official announcements expected soon and the test requirement will likely end by early December vaccinated Americans entering Canada will still have to show proof of a negative PCR test to cross the land border Move to cut more than 100 Seattle police officers from next year's budget has the head of the public union crying foul Cuomo's Ryan Harris has the response The budget amendment from council president Lorena Gonzalez says SPD requested money for more than 1200 officers but the proposed budget funds more than 1300 so the amendment would shift that extra money elsewhere Seattle police officers guild president Mike solan calls Gonzalez a quote failed politician who out of spite he says is going against the will of the voters To hurt the police department because she's an absolute supporter of defunding And clearly the voters in this past election what nothing to do with defunding In the budget committee's public comment citizen Peter Condit told council members I feel unsafe whenever I see an SPD employee Every dollar that Steve funded from SPD is a commitment to nonviolent Mayor elect Bruce harrell didn't comment on the specific amendment but a statement to me says he's watching the budget process and that he continues to believe more resources are needed for public safety Ryan Harris come on us The budget committee voted 5 to four to reject the amendment Interim Seattle police chief Adrian Diaz says the plan to eliminate 101 police officer positions would have been devastating to our cities already overwhelmed public safety system He says it would jeopardize the safety of the city's communities It would mean longer 9-1-1 response times another limits on police services including support during a natural disaster or other major crisis GTS also says keeping up the message that fewer officers would improve public safety makes it nearly impossible for him to hire and retain officers Council president Gonzales is Diaz mischaracterized the intention of the budget amendment which she says would not have eliminated filled police officer positions Instead she says the budget still authorizes SPD to hire more officers while her amendment would only allow paying for actual staffing levels rather than for extra positions they likely wouldn't be able to fill Come on inside 7 34 traffic every ten minutes on the fours from the duban law group traffic center Tama Fulton Watch and tell them like a crash has three right lanes blocked on dork bound four O 5 at one 24th street traffic is backed up pretty solid from 116th street that's gonna add about 15 minutes to your dry so you want to stay to the far left to get by At JBL I'm a crash on southbound 5 of the main gate has three lanes blocked as well that's causing a solid back up from Thor and lane and that's gonna add about 25 minutes to your drive And along with snow Cuomo pass closed in both directions now learning that on white paths chains are required on vehicles over 10,000 gross vehicle weight with snow falling Our next como traffic at 7 44 Shannon O'Donnell has your como forecast why everybody Thursday night it is cold and damp in the lowlands some of us sing rain and only 30s at the moment you might even see some of that infamous chunky rain in the mix if you're in some of the higher terrain there in the cascade foothills like near north bend or snow Kwame there near the rare Jerusalem highlands and up in the cascades is nothing but some heavy snow temps just in the 20s they're over snoqualmie summit And so that is having no trouble sticking to the ground If you have past travel in mine tonight you might want to consider putting it off if you can If you need to go across I would prepare for winter driving conditions and.

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

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03:14 min | 1 year ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Up on como after ABC headlines I'm Ryan Harris with reaction from the police union president It's deplorable actually To a call to cut a hundred Seattle police officers from the budget Getting to eastern Washington are coming this direction problematic right now with heavy snow in the cascades latest on traffic and a weather update just four minutes away come on news time now 6 30 A final vote is expected tonight in the house on build back better Majority leader steny Hoyer says the one and three quarter $1 trillion spending plan will be more than paid for Most estimates this bill reduces the deficit Republicans don't agree let me be clear Never in American history has so much been spent at one time Minority leader Kevin McCarthy calls the bill wasteful The vote is expected to fall along party lines The CDC says frozen vials labeled smallpox that were discovered in a vaccine research facility in Pennsylvania actually contained smallpox vaccine President Biden hosting the first North American summit since 2016 at The White House tonight meeting with the leaders of Canada and Mexico Jury deliberations will resume tomorrow in the trial of Kyle rittenhouse The trial of three Georgia man accused of killing ahmaud arbitrary resumes on Monday The defense rested today Daria albinger ABC News Como news 1000 FM 97 7 6 31 we continue with top northwest stories now from the como 24 7 news center Do you think I'm Rick fancy with a Lisa jaffee The head of Seattle's police union calls an effort to slash more than a hundred officers deplorable Come with Brian Harris with the reaction The move comes in a budget amendment from council president Lorena Gonzalez that would shift the money for those officers elsewhere because it says SPD staffing plan has more than a hundred fewer officers than the proposed budget calls for Seattle police officers guild president Mike sullen says they need money not only for more officers but for recruitment and especially retention of existing officers And moves like this from a failed political candidate hurt our ability to hold on to people who are looking for another reason maybe the last reason why they leave this failing city Citizen Jordan van boast urged the budget committee to stick with previous commitments to cut SPD's budget And keep those funds available for investment in bipoc communities where generations of institutional racism have resulted in deep injustice and harm A statement to me from mayor elect Bruce harrell says he's watching the budget process closely and that he maintains his call for more public safety resources Ryan Harris come on news And we have requested comment from council president Gonzalez and waiting to hear results of that committee vote Also in the news this afternoon as we continue on the como news it appears now governor James Lee says that if the courts uphold the Biden administration COVID vaccine and testing mandate for large businesses Washington will follow the osha rules except where they need to be tweaked to align with state law inslee says he believes the mandate will work to increase vaccination rates across the country We saw our mandate for state employees for healthcare and education very successful And we're very pleased by this because it both increased vaccination rates dramatically and it did not.

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02:34 min | 1 year ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Sunday. So now is the time Prepare for the heat ahead this weekend and the calm weather center meteorologist Kristin Clark right now, sunshine to haul around the Puget Sound area at 60 in Arlington. Right now, Puyallup 65 here in downtown Seattle. It is 64. Cable news time 807 blast balls would be banned in chemical irritants severely restricted under a Seattle City Council measure against police use of less lethal weapons More from GMOs Corwin HATE. The New Council ordinance to be debated beginning today would ban police from using water cannons, skin burning laser weapons and peppers, dispersing blast balls as crowd control measures. City leaders began grappling with restrictions on so called less lethal weapons, including tear gas during last summer's racial equity protests, much to the displeasure of Seattle Police Officers Guild president Mike Solan if the city is going to remove that from us Sadly, the only option available then for us is physical interaction, which, unfortunately, may lead to physical violence. Tools named in the new legislation includes some Seattle police are not known to deploy, including water cannons and directed energy laser weapons that heat up a person's skin. Corwin Hike KOMO news June. 30th is a week from tomorrow. Then the day governor Jay Inslee plans to fully reopen the state. However, camels Brian Calver reports, the state's big reopening could come of it sooner. After a frenzy earlier this spring, the vaccination pace in Washington has slowed to an average 15,000 doses a day. If we continue to see this number coming in daily state health officials predict we could achieve 70% vaccination status this coming Thursday or Friday. Restaurant owner Dan Austin is scrambling training some of his newest kitchen workers on how to actually played food after a year of takeout only, so it's gonna be going to be a challenge, especially if we open a little earlier, which is a challenge. I'm excited to take off. And valid eatery owner Paul Oh, sure, also isn't ready for pre pandemic business. As usual. We will be opening the restaurant up soon for people who want to sit down and eat. But, um We're gonna keep with take out for the immediate future. Brian Calvert common EOS Some local lifeguard programs have been dropped entirely because not enough people are applying. For example, Ceatec normally has a dozen lifeguards, but recreation manager Brian Thomas her There's only three have been hired despite recruitment efforts. You got a day like today where it's 90 degrees out here, and it's a big deal to have lifeguards on duty. The lack of lifeguards won't close any beaches, but people will be swimming without a safety net. Seattle typically.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Police Chief Ed Brady. The gunman and a good Samaritan who tried to stop it were also killed. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues on co mo news. 1000 FM 97 7. This is the CO Mo Morning news. It is 602. We have sunshine in downtown Seattle 63 degrees right now. Her salt is on vacation on manufacture. And here are the top stories from the coming 24 7 News Center. Last balls would be banned and chemical irritant severely restricted under a Seattle City Council measure against police use of less lethal weapons. We get more from GMOs Corwin Hick. The New Council ordinance, to be debated beginning today would ban police from using water cannons, skin burning laser weapons and pepper spray, dispersing blast balls as crowd control measures. City leaders began grappling with restrictions on so called less lethal weapons, including tear gas during last summer's racial equity protests, much to the displeasure of Seattle Police Officers Guild president Mike Solan if the city is going to remove that from us Sadly, the only option available then for us is physical interaction, which, unfortunately, may lead to physical violence. Tools named in the new legislation includes some Seattle police are not known to deploy, including water cannons and directed energy laser weapons that heat up a person's skin. Corwin HIKE KOMO NEWS The Seattle City Council has decided how it will dole out nearly $130 million in federal covid 19 relief. Spending plan was approved yesterday. Nkomo's Carlene Johnson has the update. Monday's vote was 9 to 0 in favor of the plan that will inject $49 million into housing and homelessness efforts that includes tiny homes and vehicles. Safe lots, 25 million in cash assistance to Seattle households impacted.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Carl Nassib, also announcing a $100,000 donation to the Trevor Project, an organization that does work with LGBTQ, plus youth and suicide Prevention, even though Republicans have said they'll block even debate on the For the People Act, the Senate Democrats are moving forward with the voting rights bill. Today You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. 20 Minutes of nonstop news continues on Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning five to the sun's coming up. We have clear skies in downtown Seattle starting the day at 67 degrees. Rick Hershel has the day off on manufacture here. The top stories from the coma 24 7 News Center. Police in Seattle would be banned from using crowd control measures, including blast balls and water cannons. Under a less lethal weapons measure. The city Council debates today we'll get more from almost Corwin hike. Fallout from the racial equity protests of 2020 continues with new proposed legislation limiting the types of force Seattle police may deploy on citizens. Debate over banning less lethal force First heated up during last summer's chop occupation. Seattle Police Officers Guild President Mike Solan decried the possible tear gas band that is a less lethal tool. That is effective in restoring public order. Under the less lethal weapons ordinance, police would be banned from using tools, including pepper spray, dispersing noisemakers, known as blast balls. And so called directed energy weapons that heat a person's skin use of tear gas and pepper spray would be severely restricted..

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03:58 min | 1 year ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Coma news Saturday. We're hearing from people behind a move to push police out of Capitol Hill Pride events that are planned in June comes call. Miller says that events director believing Seattle Police have shown a lack of accountability. Marching back in 2019, a small group with Capitol Hill pride this year that march and rally return in person, and the director is calling for Seattle police. To stay out. We're taking a position. You know, it might seem a bit drastic. Charlotte. The fever says officers were too violent during those protests we saw last summer and at the department lacks accountability, so she wants them away from the festivities were dedicated. Also, toe having, as takes event. And if that means you know, asking the police to shape the perimeters. We are requesting that it's already led to some confusion being mistaken for Seattle. Its executive director, clearing the air. We have not as an organization as Seattle Pride made any formal statement or decision on allowing police presence at the parade. In the meantime, that group will rely on community feedback in planning for next year. As for Capitol Hill pride, Mike Solan with the Seattle Police Officers Guild released a statement saying in part quote, batting Seattle police officers from Pride Week events is disgusting, Bigoted, discriminatory and contradicts our communities. Beautiful. Inclusive LGBT Q message, And in that statement, Solan went on to say that LGBT Q officers served with quote, distinction and pride. A 37 here a coma news. We could go call most. Denise Whitaker was selling us hopeful that we'd have some kind of a cruise ship season between Seattle in Alaska, but a lot of things have to fall into place. Well, there's been some progress here a week later, thanks to action from some big power back East. Let's get to Denise with an update on the cruise industry getting what it's been negotiating and working toward Congress passing the Alaska Tourism Restoration Act. This bill creates a waiver to a more than 100 year old law that requires foreign flagged ships to enter international waters between US ports with Canadian waters closed at least until early next year. This bill now headed for President Biden signature will let cruise lines temporarily skipped that step. Norwegian Cruise lines hedged its bets, putting Alaska Cruise tickets on sale earlier in the week for sailings coming up in August and September, Holland America started selling tickets after the House passed the bill. Our guest will be able to get off the port walk around. Have a coffee go to souvenir shop were very much working again in coordination with the CDC. Make sure we can deliver an experience that our guests are excited about. This is not only great news for cruise lines and people eager to cruise again, but also for the city of Seattle. A normal cruise season brings about 5500 jobs to the area and injects $900 million in revenue. Visit. Seattle says the prospect of ships coming back to the waterfront is great news. My colleagues at the port estimate that each time a ship is import. It drives $4.2 million and economic impact into our region. So we all benefit when when Cruz is back and really excited for that to happen here later in the summer, the waterfront's gained a bit of traffic this spring, with tourists coming back to town. Now it should really pick up with the first cruise ship of the 2021 season departing July 25th Denise Whitaker camo news, Encouraging a 38 Now our time here at Komal new research, suggesting you might need far fewer steps per day to help you live longer. Don't want to hear this call is Molly Shannon. Scientists at Brigham and Women's Hospital tracked more than 16,000 women over the age of 60, and they found people who walked at least 4500 steps per day lived longer. But those steps did not need to be part of long, planned out walks. In addition, scientists found that 10,000 step benchmark in many fitness trackers might not matter is much these older women's. Some stepping.

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"Or rather does the papa policy means that an employer should not tolerate that level of our that whatever that conduct is this dishonesty but that the employer has a variety of choices of how to deal with that it could be termination as appropriate it could be a suspension or demotion is appropriate. It could be even that a reprimand is appropriate. So you just very very rarely find any public policy that commands the termination and only termination is appropriate for particular offense. Okay so that's our background on the public policy doctrine. Sorry if i went on a little bit too long on that. So what's this case. All about and what is it that the washington court of appeals ends up doing in this case and this is by the way very very a notorious case in the state of washington when the arbitrator rendered her decision were headlines and local. Seattle newspapers editorials a federal court. Judge is overseeing a consent decree said I think i might have to reopen these proceedings. Because it's clear that You know police reform isn't happening so this is a very very public case. It involves a longtime seattle police officer by the name of adly shepherd. was fired after he got involved in an incident that department determined violated is usa force policies. What happened He was trying to take a woman into custody and She kicked at him and he responded by punching her face. She was handcuffed Causing a fracture of her orbital bone She the department decided to fire shepherd he appealed to what's called a disciplinary review. Board disciplinary review board is a tripartite board In seattle has one management appointee one labor appointee and then a neutral arbitrator and they arbitrator a reduced the termination to a fifteen day suspension. She condemned what it was a shepherd dead but said look there some mitigating circumstances here Shepherd used force after the women kicked him only two seconds before causing stinging pain and and in fact The arbitrator points to and it's very very important in Arbitrator's decision the decision of this disciplinary review. Board that up the testimony was uncontradicted. That what shepherd did was within his training. He did not violate the training. He had received a training officer. Testified to that effect and the arbitrator said shepherd did exactly what he had been trained to do and the city didn't counter that evidence so in the end the arbitrator says you know he did. I thank violate the use of force policy. The termination isn't appropriate So the city challenges the arbitrator's decision challenges the fifteen day suspension And challenges it by filing a lawsuit in a superior court the lower court in the washington system and a court ruled from the city favor. And i think a lot of us saw that and thought well you know. Trial court judges and state court. They don't get to see many labor cases. We kind of expect that their decisions will be all over the map and in fact. That's what probably has happened here But then the union is called a seattle police officers. Guild appeals the overturning. The arbitrator's decision to the washington court of appeals and the washington court of appeals Upholds the decision overturning. The arbitrators opinion and says that the arbitrators opinion violates public policy and in doing so..

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Man intentionally set his own car on fire to get the attention of the police. And when fire and police crews arrived, he told him he had a bomb in his truck. Police shut down downtown Seattle is they investigated but found no bomb and towed away the truck. Let's go. Most Patrick Quinn reporting, authorities are trying to figure out why the man made the threat in the first place. But the head of Seattle's FBI field offices for now always come in Washington ahead of Inauguration Day. A new 10 FT. High metal fence surrounds the Seattle Police Officers Guild building. The windows of the building are still boarded up after violent protests were held outside the building late last year. 20 people were arrested during those protests. Security around state capital in Olympia is beefed up and we'll be through Inauguration Day. On Wednesday, the FBI issued a warning about the potential for armed protest in all 50 state capitals. Ava are Vest says she supports peaceful demonstrations unprecedented times. Obviously, everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. The Washington State Patrol says. They have enough personnel on hand to deal with whatever may come up at the state Capitol. All eight regions of our state will remain in phase one of governor Inslee's healthy Washington plant. Donut least January 25th details from coming with some shell Esteban. So how much county says if it needs all the required metrics. It doesn't wanna wait in order to move into the next phase with less restrictions. The hall ish King and Pierce counties would all need to meet the new guidelines together right now, Cupid 19 hospitalizations are too high in their region, and in Snohomish County, the positivity rate over the last week was up 20%. But homage County executive Dave Summers admits beating the pandemic is a group effort. We understand that we are connected by businesses and transportation networks and just the families across borders. Summers adds that he is hoping scaling up vaccine distribution. Even more will make a difference and people not letting up on health safety guidelines. That's cool. Most Michelle Esteban reporting.

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"On Monday, but we go partly sunny and dry and same story for Tuesday in the come with the second Karen's on Come on news and clearly 45 degrees, With cloudy skies outside the studios of Cuomo News in downtown Seattle. Stay connected. Stay informed Comb owes Sunday. Good morning. Come on. Whose time is 805? I'm Eric clients in for Mark Christopher in the Coma, 24 7 News Center. Mike Seibert is our in studio technical director. Here's the top local stories were covering for Sunday, January. 17th. Police and Evert are investigating after officers say a homeowner shot and alleged burglar We're told the person who was shot was hit, but no word on their condition that happened around 10 o'clock last night. No word yet on whether that homeowner is expected to face any charges. Part of downtown Seattle shut down Saturday afternoon after a man told police he had a bomb inside his truck. That truck was parked right outside the FBI Seattle headquarters almost packed her. Quinn has details just after one o'clock, officials say, a 34 year old man intentionally set his own car on fire to get the attention of the police. And when fire and police crews arrived, he told him he had a bomb in his truck. Police shut down downtown Seattle is they investigated but found no bomb and towed away the truck, Patrick Quinn reports, authorities are trying to figure out why the man made the threat in the first place. But the head of Seattle's FBI field offices for now all is calm in Washington ahead of Inauguration Day. A new 10 FT high metal fence surrounds the Seattle Police Officers Guild building in Seattle. The windows of the building are still boarded up after protests were held outside the building late last year. 20 people were arrested after those protests. Security around the state Capitol in Olympia is beefed up and we'll be through Inauguration Day. On Wednesday, the FBI issued a warning about the potential for armed protest at all. 50 state capitals. Ava arrest says she supports peaceful demonstration unprecedented times. Obviously everybody's really unsatisfied in the lake is a really disturbing time for everybody. Washington State Patrol says they have enough personnel on hand to deal with whatever may come up at the state Capitol. Coleman, whose time is now 807. All eight regions of our state, will remain in phase one of Governor Inslee's healthy washing plant at least until January. 25th almost Michelle Esteban has details. So how much county says if it needs all the required metrics? It doesn't want to wait. In order to move into the next phase with less restrictions. Snohomish King and Pierce counties would all need to meet the new guidelines together right now, Cupid 19 hospitalizations are too high in their region and in Snohomish County, the positivity rate over the last week was up 20%. But Snohomish County executive Dave Summers admits beating the pandemic is a group effort. We understand that we are connected by businesses and transportation networks and just the families across borders..

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"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"seattle police officers guild" Discussed on KOMO

"Theo images are almost impossible to shake a seizure on the U. S. Capitol, led by a pro trump mob, ending with five deaths and renewed calls to impeach the president. And when Mike Soul in the president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild Tweeted this. A day later, he put the blame on both sides, including black lives matter. I don't think I or others in city government can work with somebody who would espouse something that is so Untrue. Scott Lindsay is a former public safety adviser to the city of Seattle and says Solan must step down from his post. That's Cuomo's Comella reporting more than 2900 more coronavirus cases in Washington reported yesterday. State Department of Health saw 2988 more cases. So far, the state has seen more than 368,000 cases more than 15,000 hospitalizations and nearly 3700 deaths. We've been bracing for a drastic uptick in covert cases. And now that we're two weeks removed from the holidays, so far, so good karma was Nick Problem has the latest encouraging data Thea Mount of cases and hospitalizations in this third search of the covert 19 pandemic has been unprecedented figures have dwarfed earlier numbers as many wait for their number. To be called to get the vaccine. But following the first full week of January, the statewide too weak case rate has actually gone down below 400 currently, according to the Department of Health, We're now at 390 per 100,000. But officials say a small decrease doesn't mean we're in the clear pandemic needs to raise King County executive doubt, Constantine says. Even if some may feel burnt out from Covitz safeguards we can't stop now remind everyone to.

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Seattle police to redeploy 100 officers to 911 response

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Seattle police to redeploy 100 officers to 911 response

"Seattle Police Department is reassigning 100 officers in hopes of increasing community engagement and speeding up 900 responses. Almost Patrick Quinn reports on how those moves air being received like soul and president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild said the moves will help fix a staffing issue made worse by recent proposed cuts by the Seattle City Council. This is a move to help protect the community who are desperate for a normal one response, and we would not have to do this if it wasn't for the City Council with their activism soul and said they're still working through. Actual details of the moves. Some of the community like Victoria Beach SPD, chair of the African American Advisory Council, are skeptical. If we had 100 to move that would be great Beach fears. Maybe some of those officers are gonna want to be back in patrol that haven't been in patrol for awhile, so I'm worried it will lose officers. Adrian de s Beset, though, prioritize reassignments to the newest hire detectives and officers currently in specialty units. Quinn

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Seattle protesters target home believed to be where police union president lives

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle protesters target home believed to be where police union president lives

"The president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild is responding after a group of protesters marched to his house last night for over out for about a half hour. The group demanded Salon face them, which he did not. But in an interview with come over radio Salon gave this warning. They're going to resort to these types of actions. They're crossing a boundary. That is perilous. Come on, reached out to several of the protesters. One said they targeted salon because of his harsh rhetoric about their movement, and they plan to demonstrate in front of his home again.

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At least 18 arrested in Seattle after a protest is declared a riot

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:41 min | 2 years ago

At least 18 arrested in Seattle after a protest is declared a riot

"Protest turned into a riot over the weekend. This time the confrontation happened outside the police union headquarters. Como's Jonathan Chopin's the latest, several officers hurt 18 people arrested and booked into the King County jail. The Seattle Police Officers Guild headquarters the building rioters targeted Thie. King County Attorney's Office says four of those people could be facing felony charges, including property destruction and malicious mischief, and more charges could be on the way. What he say. Protesters refused to leave and started throwing rocks, bottles and and fireworks fireworks at at police police late late Sunday Sunday evening, evening, one one officer officer was was hospitalized. hospitalized. Others Others suffered suffered injuries injuries and and burns. burns. Pepper Pepper spray spray and and blast blast balls balls were were used used to to break break up up the the crowd. crowd. This This anti anti police police protest protest started started in in the the international international district, district, approximately approximately 100 100 people people started started heading heading toward toward the the Seattle Seattle police police officers officers Guilt Guilt headquarters headquarters on on the the 2900 2900 block block of of Fourth Avenue south in the soda neighborhood. That would be a confrontation with police began and was eventually declared a riot. Thie investigation is on going. I think they should go protest where they lived on DH where they work, and they get changed where they are. I don't think that the people that are doing this really Is indicative of

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3 officers injured, 18 arrests in Seattle riot

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:02 min | 2 years ago

3 officers injured, 18 arrests in Seattle riot

"News center. Seattle Police arrested 18 people last night after a protest march near the officers of the Seattle Police Officers Guild turned violent. Almost Corwin had filed this report from the scene. On Fourth Avenue south in the Soto neighborhood, where shortly after 10 p.m. Last night, a group of about 100 protesters carrying their symbolic black umbrellas approached the guild offices. Police say someone in the crowd set off a large explosive and attempted to break the window of a police vehicle. Next came a police order to disperse. That's when police say some in the crowd threw rocks, bottles and explosives at officers. Police declared the incident a riot. They say several officers were injured, and police have posted photos of officers who suffered burns and abrasions. There were reportedly 18 arrests. Now. The police Officers Guild, of course, is the powerful Labor union representing Seattle officers and sergeants. Spock's leadership has vocally opposed the protest movements, calls to defund the

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Pro-police, pro-defunding groups protest outside Seattle City Hall

News, Traffic and Weather

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Pro-police, pro-defunding groups protest outside Seattle City Hall

"Rallies on Seattle streets this afternoon. The police union the Seattle police officers, guilt organized today's rally ahead of tomorrow's Big City Council vote to defund the police department. It didn't take long for counter protesters to show up. Come was Nick Pop on reports? Ah, A sizable crowd full of signs and support of the police department stands outside City Hall with the head of the Seattle Police Officers Guild, making his voice heard. Radical agenda. Thiss Group of protesters want the talks of de funding police to stop ahead of Monday's potential vote. This became the spot where two ideals stood face to face support for And against Seattle police was smaller crowd counter protesters stood across fourth Avenue with the streets separating the ideologies to go against the group at City Hall. It wouldn't take long for this group to eventually make its way onto the street to get closer to their counterparts. Overall. This was what happened throughout most of the afternoon, but the defending SPD protesters hearing from speakers and blasting music while the de funding SPD protesters chanted in the street. There was only one major incident between the protesters with proud boys and those with black lives matter at third and James, where the group sprayed pay pep pepper and bear spray at each other.

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Seattle protesters call for defunding of police

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle protesters call for defunding of police

"Peacefully peacefully marching marching in in Seattle Seattle last last night night is is the the City City Council Council prepares prepares to to vote vote on on that that massive massive cut to the police budget. Council member shall muscle want like protesters with a message to defund the Seattle police budget. They want the money to be invested in working class communities of color. The City Council police the Seattle Police Officers Guild released this video petition to stop the de funding campaign. The spot president says the proposed the funding will fire at least 800 officers. Create longer 911 response times and crime will go up at an alarming rate. If the council gets their wishes to defund us by 50% shop, or Chazz will look like child's play across the city. It's almost Tammy Matassa reporting

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Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Seattle temporarily closes Cal Anderson Park after removing some barriers in CHOP

"Has declared calendars and park temporarily closed to assess damage and remove debris, But few of the protesters have actually moved out. Seattle City leaders are faced with that vexing question. How do you break up the Capitol Hill protest zone without using illegal force? Almost Corwin Hick has that of tape. Recent violence, including Monday's deadly shooting within chop have clarified police chief Carmen Vests position and that is enough. Here she is calling on chop protesters to voluntarily disband for their own safety. Former sheriff's deputy and police consultant. Jesus Villahermosa. Doubts compliance will come easily. The protesters have really forced their hand and we're gonna have to use force. Question is what form will that force take a federal judge earlier this month approved a temporary restraining order on the use of non lethal projectiles on protesters. Including tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets. Without those options in their arsenal, the president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild says officers will have to use Billy clubs and their own bodies to move the occupiers out.

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Seattle-area labor group expels police union, citing failure to 'dismantle racism'

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle-area labor group expels police union, citing failure to 'dismantle racism'

"The largest labor group in the Seattle area expelling the city's police union saying the guild representing officers failed to address racism within its ranks the vote last night by the king county labor council to exclude the Seattle police officers guild comes after weeks of protests in the city or police brutality and racism after the killing of George Floyd in

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Seattle Police Officers Guild President Says Autonomous Zone Is Tragic And Dangerous

Bull 'N Bears

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle Police Officers Guild President Says Autonomous Zone Is Tragic And Dangerous

"Jake and dangerous I'm him who sell fox news that from the president of the Seattle police officers guild as protesters occupy part of the city's downtown including a police precinct the city's mayor has defended the protesters calling them patriotic but she says they're considering when to bring law enforcement in officials vacated the area on Monday but the city's police chief says the decision to leave the precinct was not hers protesters hold on both the city's mayor and police chief to resign sukses Dan Springer president trump has said he'll take action if local officials don't the president has been fiercely critical of Seattle's mayor is handling of the so called transit zone that's the Capitol Hill autonomous zone that's in the city's downtown area it's been cordoned off to police its operating as its very own space but to hear Seattle's mayor talent that's no big deal fox's Kevin Cork

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Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats propose legislation to reform police force

"Oh three steps can be taken right now to combat systemic racism within the nation's police department that's what U. S. senator Patty Murray as saying couples going take Murray made a seventeen minute speech to promote a bill written by her democratic Senate colleagues Kamilla Harris of California and Cory Booker of New Jersey their legislation would among other things reform qualified immunity qualified immunity protects police officers from liability when they commit harm while performing their duties Murray says the bill also would limit when an officer can use deadly force and required deadly force to be used only as a last resort Murray says these changes are not only necessary but long overdue and there's absolutely no reason this body should be able to take up the straightforward vital steps and pass them immediately resistance to these steps those seems inevitable the Seattle police officers guild for example opposed to twenty eighteen ballot measure to require police de escalation training to avoid deadly

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