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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Democrats are asking Governor do see to take action in a letter Arizona House Democrats requesting do cuz Arizona share of cares Act funding. To increase the weekly unemployment benefit. Among other things, you can read more about their requests at dot com and Scottsdale's police chief was stepping down Allen Rod Bell, announcing today he will retire December 1st to pursue an opportunity in the private sector. Rod Bells law enforcement career began in 1976. He spent nearly 19 years with Scott COPD. Rod Bell has been the chief of Scott's COPD since 2003 and his announcement comes not long after a temp ease police chief Sylvia Moyer step down. That was just last month. Well, the Friday drive not quite over yet. Let's check it out with detour Dan in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center. A couple of things on the freeway is not quite the way we want to see him just yet. The westbound I can trying to get across the downtown and even out West. It's a problem all the way out West slow and go from the 51 into the tunnel. Then there's more slow and go from 35th Avenue, just 75th Avenue, then a little spot approaching Dieter Rodent. You think that'd be enough? But it's not. There's more slowing from the 303 up two burrata way. And if you're eastbound, I turn. There's another three mile backup coming eastbound Everard away as well. Now north bound by 17 near Anthem, got a grassfire and I do see that is causing some slowing in the area. Chandler is a factor as well. So be careful up there in the North Valley and westbound one, the one you get a couple extra minutes slowing between Cave Creek. Seventh Avenue Westbound traffic report brought to you by Desert Institute for spying care If you have back pain, do what I did and go to Sayaka dot com voted top Phoenix magazine's top doctor 12 years in a row that Sayaka return and overnight clear.

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Retire on December 1st to pursue an opportunity in the private sector. Rod Bells law enforcement career began in 1976. He spent nearly 19 years with Scottsdale P D. Rod Bail's been the chief of Scottsdale PT. Since 2003 This comes not long after 10 P's police chief Sylvia Moyer, step down just last month, we'll have more on this breaking news coming up at 5 30 here on Katie Our news for breaking news since straight your phone takes the word news. 2411 92 3, Arizona. Votes and new Today, the U. S. Supreme Court has agreed to review a 2016 Arizona law that prohibits ballot harvesting. There's Gabriel Gamino joins us live from the news center. That's right, Becky. Today, the U. S Supreme Court announced a to review that 2016 hours on a law that prohibits anyone who is not a family member or caregiver from gathering and turning in your early ballot. Arizona Attorney General Mark Barnevik says the my job's attorney general is to enforce the law this and that's what we've done by defending the restrictions about harvesting in January federal appeals court rules that the law itself violated the Voting Rights Act in the constitution. But the court's ruling has been put on hold. And the law itself well in the, meanwhile will remain in effect until the Supreme Court justices rule on the matter. Live in the new center Gabriel Gamino Ki ta are new, and in just one moment we're going to hear from the president himself and more on how his opponent is reacting to his diagnosis of Cove in 19, right, 509, Let's take another look at the traffic and get you home Detour. Dan's in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Thank you. Becky Lin. Pretty active day in the server Street department aspires, Rex go, but not on the freeways. The freeways. You're just full of a lot of brake lights. Unfortunately, westbound on the 101 in the North Valley. I'm seeing him from Cave Creek over the 19th Avenue but their light brake lights. It's a 20 minute ride Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard to 75th Avenue West on I 10 improving across the interlude, but light delays from the 51 end of the tunnel or you're going to see brake lights redevelop the moderate to heavy style 43rd Avenue. Up to 79th Avenue and then yet again from approaching the 303 up to Barad away brake lights westbound and eastbound out there about a three mile east bound back up coming into morada way as well. It's that Get out of town time. This traffic report is brought to you by Stapleton Roofing. Choose the on ly roofing company Mike Groom had recommends schedule Your complimentary on roof evaluation today called 6 to 833 roof Deterred and Katie are new. Still not going off 73 for overnight low but tomorrow, right back up to 105 degrees 104 on Sunday will back off a little bit by the first part of the week. 103 on Monday and down to 101 by next Thursday, right now, 103 degrees in Chandler. Weather brought to you by Howard Air with Replace or repair call Howard Air 5 10 now continuing our expanded team coverage on the president's Corona virus Diagnosis. President Trump addressing the nation for the first time since his diagnosis of Cove in 19. Posting a short video to Twitter this afternoon. I want to thank everybody for the tremendous support. I'm going to Walter Reed Hospital. I think I'm doing very well,.

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Three things you need to know. Right now The city of Tempe will have its first African American police chief today, the city manager announced. Retired commander Jeff Glover, a 20 year veteran of the department, will service interim police chief for one year. Starting October, 12 will be replacing chief Sylvia Moyer, who announced her resignation earlier this month. We'll have the first interview with the new police chief of Tempe coming up in the news expansion at 12 noon, a big endorsement for Joe Biden. Cindy McCain is supporting Joe Biden for president. She tells Good Morning America, she wants a candidate who's shows empathy and compassion. And she believes Biden fits the bill McCain ads She hopes she can convince undecided suburban women to vote Democrat this election. Kentucky grand jury has indicted a police officer in the case of Briana Taylor, the now fired officer faces first degree wanton endangerment overshooting into neighboring apartments. He was not directly charged in her death. Officers shot the 26 year old multiple times during a no knock warrant back in March during a narcotics investigation. They found no drugs. Her death sparked protests across the country over alleged police brutality against she and other black people. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new station, Our news Mike Broom heads back in 60 seconds. Ah, better tomorrow starts today with Wendy's breakfast tomorrow that says they can not. They can't where fresh eggs. Rain like opportunity, Honey butter goodness is spread on the frosty is Che node at Wendy's..

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Arizona is a key battleground that will help determine the race for the White House. Democrat Joe Biden has yet to visit Arizona himself. Democratic President the Valley political experts stand. Barnes says that Biden needs to engage in Arizona in person. It is good that Jill Biden is doing something, even if it is virtual. In the end, it's not Jill Biden. Everyone's voting for it is the candidate himself. A new Washington Post ABC News poll has the president with a 49 to 48% lead with likely voters over Joe Biden in Arizona. Retired Tempe Police commander Jeff Glover has been named the city's interim police chief lover becomes the first African American police chief in Tempe history will serve one year and replaces Sylvia Moyer, who announced her resignation earlier this month. Ah police officer involved in the shooting death of Briana Taylor has been indicted. Hankerson committed the offence of wanton endangerment in the first degree. When under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life. He wanted Lee shotgun into the apartment. The charges do not relate directly to Taylor's death, but instead the endangerment of her neighbors. Police killed Briana Taylor after serving a no knock warrant on March 13th, now an update on traffic live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center with Monica Reed. When we get word of bicycle accident this happened in Chandler, Chandler Boulevard and McClintock, So avoid if you can't stand the boulevard and McClintock than a vehicle fire being cleaned up in Tempe, Broadway, east of 52nd Street, also reported a wreck on.

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News Flash at 10 45. I'm Jeff Munn. Here's what you need to know. Right now. A new ABC NEWS Washington Post poll of likely Arizona voters shows President Trump up one point on Joe Biden statewide, and Senator Martha McSally one point behind Democratic challenger Mark Kelly, Sally tells Katie are her internal polls. Shows similar numbers, adding her race will come down to the wire. Retired Tempe Police Commander Jeff Glover has been named the city's interim police chief. He becomes the first African American police chief in city history. He will serve one year and replaces Sylvia Moyer, who announced her resignation earlier this month. A Kentucky grand jury has indicted a police officer in the case of Briana Taylor. Now fired officer paces first degree endangerment overshooting into neighboring apartments. He was not directly charged in her death. Officers shot a 26 year old multiple times during a no knock warrant back in March during a narcotics investigation, they found no drugs. Her death sparked protests across the country over alleged police brutality against she and other black people. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station. Our news. Mike Broom head is back in 60 seconds. If you've recently retired or been offered early retirement, there are a lot of important decisions that need to be made. I'm Jeff Junior with trade and wealth. Important questions like how do I know if I have enough money to retire? If I die? Will my money be subject to probate? One is the best time to draw so security How will I be impacted by losing my health coverage also were in a contentious political year..

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Kids Phoenix Coalition. When you add flavor such as cotton candy and captain crunch and fruit loops, you're clearly marketing these products to young people. The group's Jo Yoo ha says. Thes products get young people addicted to nicotine, but not a Khoshaba, who's a store manager of smokers have Stress is the proposed city ordinance. It's going to increase a lot of that black market a lot of people going to start selling these cigarettes on the street, and they're going to give it to under aged kids result. Latino, Katie our news. We're learning more now about the sudden resignation of 10 piece first female police chief appreciative of her service, but I feel like it's time to move in another direction. City manager Andrew Keane tells Katie area he had several conversations with chief Sylvia Moyer over the past few months. Regarding policing today and racial justice components within the police department appreciative of our service, But I feel like it's time to move in another direction. I feel like that new leadership is needed to do a lot of the things that need to be done over the next weeks, months and even years with police in Tempe and interim chief will be announced in the coming weeks, Moyer is planning to help with the transition in leadership. Katie, our news time 506. You know, I'm not saying this because I have any inside information, but it sure sounds like she was asked to resign. Put it that way. All right, let's get over to the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center and check in with Danny Sullivan. All I am seeing a little bit of life break tapping along I 17 South, bound between Seventh Avenue and seven streets of that rush.

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"10 p town like it was the second derailment in the past month, and Tempe police chief Sylvia Moyer says the FBI has now joined the investigation. But there really wasn't anything early on to suggest any criminal activity, a scouring occurring right now and nothing has come to light at this point that I couldn't reveal clearly to tell you that we're headed in his train was hauling lumber and chemicals. Union Pacific initially said no chemical late but Tempe fired Chief Gregory says a chemical used to make nylon or uses in paint thinner was leaking into the dry river bed. At this point, I think it's hard to tell whether the train derailment caused bridge collapse of the bridge collapse caused the train the room. That's Tony Lamont of the Chevy Issues. Delhi Webb School of Construction, He says. The bridge is more than 100 years old, and on the national historic registry it had passed inspection. Earlier this month, 7 32 Let's get over to detour Dan now in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Nothing nearly as exciting Is that the fire and the train derailment that we were talking all about yesterday morning. That's true, but we can I have we can take a day away from some of the trouble that was kind of air raids in there for a while. Right now. The leftovers from that incident are silly. Venice with some closures in Tempe, the Rios lot of Parkway in particular east and westbound. Closed from priest to ash, You'll need a detour around again with university. There are several other side streets there in Tempe area that are also closed for the same reason, including first Street, Third Street and Fifth Street. And again, University that, Khun Bail you out. We've got a couple of service tree problems once a crash. Just gay men. That baseline road at I 10 record 35th Avenue enjoy 1/40 street north of Camelback would crash and Indian school with westbound 303 and iron Wood at the 60. This traffic report. Do you buy the one mortgage team? Increased property values mean you might be able to finally drop your mortgage insurance? Asked the lung mortgage team are you can start saving hundreds of dollars every month called 623875 99. 40 today, AnAnd Four back and whether action mode as dangerously hot temperatures dominate Our valley forecast morning Temps will stay in the nineties before reaching 1 16 later today, a record high. It'll be even hotter tomorrow, maybe see 15 meteorologist Jorge Torrez.

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Helping schools get ready to welcome back students from the 5 50 k F Y I newsroom. I'm Donny CI. America. But County Department of Public Health plans to distribute 750,000 cloth masks to schools that request them. Also, 505 gallon jugs of disinfectant and 25,000 bottles of hand sanitizer are also being purchased to keep on hand for distribution to schools if needed for emergency disinfection needs. Emergency management Director Robert Rallies is so far about 900 Peopie starter kits to be used by school nurses to respond to anyone who shows covert nine 18 symptoms have been claimed by schools. A lot of questions remain unanswered. Following yesterday morning's train derailment and fire a Tempe town lake. One person was treated for smoke inhalation, and no one else was hurt. But a portion of the bridge the Union Pacific train was on collapsed in the accident sparked a fire that's viewed thick smoke that could be seen for miles. Toby Police chief Sylvia Moyer says the FBI is joining other local, state and federal investigators and trying to get to the bottom of just what happened. We involve the FBI because of a few things one Is that they are a talented professionals in this type of an investigation should something give rise to an understanding that there may be a criminal element. There was a derailment in mine of fire on the same bridge last month. Cox Communications is asking for help in busting Vandals have been breaking into its utility cabinets in Valley neighborhoods and stealing batteries more from 5 50 KF II's John Klein, the cable and Internet provider, says they will pay anyone $1000 if they have information that leads to an arrest is not just fast to Cox Communications. When the power is taken out of the utility cabinet. It can affect the services in that neighborhood, Andrea Katzen is with Cox says. In the last 18 months, more than 600 cabinets have been broken into Those with Leeds can call for a tow witness John Klein, 5 50 k. F Y. I knew Look at your Money down down 369 points to 26,071 5 50 KF II news time. Seven o'clock Now, let's check out how the roads were moving along. At this hour here, Steve Trailer 17 South found between Seventh Avenue in seventh Street that is running slow. Kenny's found between 43rd Avenue in Seventh Avenue. Also slow Indian school Road West. Found at the Loop 303 We have an accident. Blocking the right lane there..

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You listening to Arizona's morning news and coming up new developments this morning in the videotape, the rest of a couple of parents in Phoenix, and I'm glad it was caught on video, because everybody sees it and I was just letting him know complying with U driven aims, telling story was encountered MSNBC. Meanwhile, Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams apologizing. I assure you that this incident is not Representative of the majority of Phoenix police officers, and it's our top story. And here's Jimmy west. Keithly says she's disturbed by the actions and language captured on a video of an officer drawing his gun in yelling profanities. If the family our expanded coverage begins live with KTAR's Jim cross, Jamie started with police responding to a shoplifting. Call Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams Till's, Arizona's morning news. They fled from officers to an apartment complex, where citizen video captured. The officer gun drawn shouting perfect comments at a man his pregnant fiancee, with one four year old children nearby. When you're looking at the video, the officers, extremely agitated, the language is extremely agitated. So I get that there was this, heightened sense of awareness, but at the end of the day, we preach and practice de-escalation Williams issues, getting calls for resignation position was born and raised in the department, and if anyone can fix it. It's her community meeting about the incident is coming up tomorrow night. Pilgrim rest Baptist church downtown Phoenix at six o'clock live the news center, Jim cross KTAR news chief Sylvia Moyer told. Mike O'Neill on KTAR the think tank the role of police officer is changed greatly. She says they're now facing greater stress at seems due to violence, a mental health issues have been inserted into a number of social issues that we have not traditionally been engaged while you're says her department is improving training for evaluating and properly responding to a variety of situations Tempe. Officers are also being encouraged to get regular counseling to relieve stress. Coming up an update on the Woodbury that giant fire, that's up in the superstitions.

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You're listening to Arizona's morning news and coming up and using excessive force, and he's still just attacking attacking that's driven Ames, who is describing on MSNBC a recent encounter, with Phoenix police, it was caught on video and has chief Jerry Williams concern. I like you and disturbed by the language, and they actions of our officer. And that's our top story. Here's Jayme west. It's an arrest. That's caught the attention of nation Phoenix. Police chief Jerry Williams. It's reacting to that video that captured, at least one officer pointing his gun and yelling profanities at a family during a shoplifting. Call KTAR Jim cross is live with the very latest Jamie before the incident. Police responded to a call of adult shoplifting at a valley store dollar store. Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams just minutes ago on his morning news as officers made contact before the vehicle flat vehicle stops, the first time in an adult female gets out, and we arrest her for warrants the vehicle continues to flee again then stops in an apartment complex. And that's where Williams says the officers unprofessional behaviour happened other parents, there for year old daughter had stolen adult in the store, but they were unaware of it. Phoenix merica geigo posted an apology to the family on Twitter over the weekend, saying she was sick and buy it to read more about this. Go to KTAR dot com. While I have the news center, Jim cross KTAR news chief says today's. Policing is much different from years past Sylvia Moyer told Michael Nealon. KTAR's think-tank today's officers not only have to protect themselves and others from violence, but also deal with social issues on scene Tempe. Now has advanced training for officers to learn how to better evaluate and respond to those situations teaching officer skills of breathing. And they're real skills, so that they can be fully present given the stimulus that is before them to take in more data and make it an appropriate and measured response lawyer also says development is encouraging officers to seek regular counseling to deal with the stress of the job. And coming up the latest from hacienda healthcare. Yeah. A new separate awful incident right now. It's time for traffic.

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Dot com. Okay. We're Kimba very is issues having to do with policing today. Our guest is, chief Sylvia Moyer, welcome to the show. Thank you, you're here, because you were introduced to me as a police chief will speak candidly. I said, well, that's a rarity. I'm not turning that one down. So we'll, we'll let the reader. Let the listener judge by the end of the shows, I'm sure they will judge. So you've been in Tempe, three years. Tell us a little bit about your background, how you came to policing where you've worked and just give us a little a little about you. Sure. Make I spent twenty eight years in policing in California where I really learned about dealing with the complexities engaging in the complexities with an urban environment in Sacramento with all of the things that occur in the complex environment of urban policing, and I was of a police chief for just over five years, and Elsa read on the San Francisco Bay area, all of that really gave me the experience and the perspective. The humility for sure about being a police executive in today's society, and I brought all of that here to ten p I guess it's also appropriate that talked about, you know what started was the values. In my family of family whose values were to contribute leave things better than I found them. And to advance to wherever I was also some education so bachelor's degree and a couple of graduate degrees that really helped me understand a different level, all of the things that are engaged in police police work in your family. So this great question I do. I have had a great, uncle, and aunt, uncle that were with the Oakland California police department, but what's interesting about that. Mike is I didn't have a concept of entering policing until far later when criminal Justice suggesting that was on your mind or something. That's usually, and I say this is somebody who I taught criminal Justice for a couple of years. So thanks for your service with that, in framing the minds of people influencing the minds of people, it wasn't until after I went on a ride along with a female Sacramento police officer that I then changed my major. Major and change to criminal Justice. And that's where I really was influenced to engage in policing. It was an exciting and, and interesting. Experience and I was wholly committed from that experience onward so abide along did it did, as funny as that sounds it was, it doesn't surprise me because I think I think of like doctors priests and police officers. See people in kind of with the behind the curtains, they see them in their kind of most critical moments and, and that is inherently an interesting phenomena. Sure. And policing for me pulling back that curtain and seeing the variety of police calls for service and self initiated context, the context that, that officer engaged in throughout that shift, made me clearly understand humanity and how police officers could engage with people to safeguard from others to comfort and to provide an array. Of service that was before, then unknown to me. Differences, California and Tempe in style, policing expectations of the community, but mostly in the departments culture difference, and you are more than one California depart. I was I was in a few, and so gave me, this really interesting perspective when we're talking about differences. I think I can start with. It's the what police officers do cross his country's the same irrespective of where shirts, safeguarding people. It's reducing harm. It is reducing crime in the fear of crime. So where one does that is very similar why we do it. The calling to safeguard people. The higher necessity to hold people count to be accountable to the rule of law, that y and wanting to contribute is the same what differs and although slightly is the how we do it. It's the execution of the task and how specific departments culture influences. How officers engaged with the community so there are slight differences, but surprisingly, they're not as enormous as one would think cultural differences. That's really your job. Isn't it? Many ways as I mean, this is a hierarchical organization that who defines the culture, I think, in Gympie you do Suren. I distinguish it in this way. Culture, lasts for generations. It is it is this overarching kind of long lasting wave at folks in the organization. Engage. I think what is more pliable? What is more? I think rapid to change through ones. Influence is climate. And I distinguish them like this climate is what life looks like sounds like feels like in the organization. So, I think as an executive, I have an as a police chief, I have more of a rapid ability to influence climate, and that is really important. Because if we influence climate in the short span of time I assert and some would argue that then the culture will follow when it's done the climate is altered aligned with higher values. That's all very theoretic. Can you flesh that out a little bit? Absolutely. So what life looks like in the organization and sounds like might be a little bit different now than when I joined the Tempe team three years ago. And with there is no disparagement on any former administration, but they're evolutions that occur an evolution that will illustrate this for the listeners is the climate in Tempe. Police department has. Brought her permission for officers to express how they feel in times of anguish, for instance, we have a broad permission for officers to seek aid seek counseling. Seek those of services that help them prepare for the traumas in policing. That used to be a black Mark. You didn't. Do you had the second up or there was something it with you? It the old days. It was suck it up and drive on kid, and now, we recognize the effects of the acute chronic, and cumulative, toxicity, and stress of first responders when we're engaged with people in times of trauma, suffering. And it is very, very difficult for folks. So the climate and the Tempe. Police department is speak up, say something we have an array of services to support cops, and how they engage with folks before call during a call and after a call to build their resilience. So if listeners get anything out of climate being more rapid in terms of change it is that part of it. The organization looks in sounds a little bit different than it did a few years ago. Okay. We'll be back with Tempe. Police chief silvi- Silvia Maurier in just a moment when we pick up things in the think tank. Hey, it's Stacy Brooks. Meet Denise like my brother-in-law. She suffers from sleep apnea, I would wake up in the morning feeling very tired. Like I had slept at all. I would wake up every morning with a headache that filling basically lasted all day..

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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07:34 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Okay. We're talking about very esp- issues having to do with policing today. Our guest is, chief Sylvia Moyer, welcome to the show. Thank you, you're here, because you were introduced to me as a police chief will speak candidly. I said, well, that's a rarity. I'm not turning that one down. So we'll let the reader. Let the listener of judge by the end of the shows, and I'm sure they will judge. So you've been in Tempe, three years. Tell us a little bit about your background, how you came to policing where you've worked and just give us a little a little about you. Sure, mike. I spent twenty eight years in policing in California, where I really learned about dealing with the complexities engaging in the complexities with an urban environment in Sacramento with all of the things that occur in the complex environment of urban policing, and I was of a police chief for just over five years Nelson on this Francisco Bay area, all of that really gave me the experience and the perspective. The humility for sure about being a police executive in today's society, and I brought all of that here to ten p I guess it's also appropriate that talk about, you know what started was the values. In my family family whose values were to contribute leave things better than I found them. And to advance to wherever I was also some education so bachelor's degree and a couple of graduate degrees that really helped me understand different level, all of the things that are engaged in police police work in your family. So this agreed question I do I have had a great, uncle, and aunt, uncle that were with the Oakland California police department, but what's interesting about that. Mike is I didn't have a concept of entering policing until far later when criminal Justice suggesting that was on your mind or something. That's usually, and I say this is somebody who I talked criminal Justice for a couple of years. So thanks for your service, with in framing the minds of people influencing the minds of people, it wasn't until after I went on a ride along with a female Sacramento police officer that I then changed my. Major and change to criminal Justice. And that's where I really was influenced to engage in policing. It was an exciting and an interesting experience. And I was wholly committed from that experience onward so abide along did it did, as funny as that sounds it was, it doesn't surprise me because I think I think of like doctors priests and police officers. See people in kind of with the behind the curtains, they see them in their kind of most critical moments and, and that is inherently an interesting phenomena. Sure. And policing for me pulling back that curtain and seeing the variety of police calls for service and self initiated context, the context that, that officer engaged in throughout that shift. Maybe clearly understand. Band humanity. And how police officers could engage with people to safeguard from others to comfort and to provide an array of service that was before, then unknown to me. Differences, California and Tempe in style, policing expectations of the community, but mostly in the departments, cultural difference. And you are your than more than one California depart. I was I was in a few. And so give me this really interesting perspective, when we're talking about differences. I think I can start with. It's the what police officers do cross his country's the same irrespective of where shirts, safeguarding people. It's reducing harm. It is reducing crime in the fear of crime. So where one does that is very similar why we do it. The calling to safeguard people, the higher necessity to hold people count to be accountable to the rule of law, that y and wanting to contribute is the same what differs and although slightly is the how we do it. It's the execution of the task and how a specific departments culture influences. How officers engage with the community so there are slight differences. But surprisingly, they're not as enormous as one would think now cultural differences. That's really your job. Isn't it? Many ways as I mean, this is a hierarchical organization that who defines the culture, I think, in Tempe, you do Suren. I distinguish it in this way. Culture, lasts for generations. It is it is this overarching kind of long lasting way that folks in the organization. Engage. I think what is more pliable? What is more? I think rapid to change through. One's influence is climate. And I distinguish them like this climate is what life looks like sounds like feels like in the organization. So, I think as an executive, I have an as a police chief, I have more of a rapid ability to influence climate, and that is really important. Because if we influence climate in the short span of time I assert and some would argue that then the culture will follow when it's done the climate is altered aligned with higher values. That's all very theoretic. Can you flesh that out a little bit? Absolutely. So what life looks like in the organization and sounds like might be a little bit different now than when I joined the Tempe team three years ago. And with there is no disparagement on any former administration, but they're evolutions that occur an evolution that will. Illustrate this for the listeners is the climate in the Tempe. Police department has brought her permission for officers to express how they feel in times of anguish, for instance, we have a broad permission for officers to seek aid seek counseling. Seek those of services that help them prepare for the traumas in policing. That used to be a black market. Didn't do you had to suck it up or there was something with you? It the old days, it was suck it up and drive on kid, and now we recognize the effects of the acute chronic, and cumulative, toxicity, and stress of first responders when we're engaged with people in times of trauma, suffering. And it is very, very difficult for folks. So the climate in the Tempe. Police department is speak up, say something we have an array of services to support cops, and how they engage with folks before a call during a call and after a call to build their resilience. So if listeners get anything out of climate being more rapid in terms of change, it is that part of it, the organization looks and sounds a little bit different than it did a few years ago. Okay. We'll be back with Tempe. Police chief silvi- Silvia Maurier in just a moment when we pick up things in the think.

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The marketing table Saturday following five days of teacher protests. Is now obscenity, and they know it. And there was. Doing anything about it. The district has said they do not have the money for all of the Union's demands. During the rally they posted a letter on social media from a district student board member who wrote that he's had the opportunity to understand the district's financial constraints, which set includes an aging workforce increasing cost of living and lack of state funding. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal in Arizona. A fake gun leads to some real consequences. Fourteen year old burglary suspect is dead. A seventeen year veteran of the force is on administrative leave now Tempe police are urging the public to withhold judgment pending an investigation now firearm found on the suspect as depicted in the photos was a replica model nineteen eleven air soft gun cheap, Sylvia, Moyer Tempe. Police chasing the suspect after encountering him breaking into a car. They claim he turned towards them with that replica handgun the family him. His Antonio ARCE. The chief promising a transparent investigation that she was flanked by six enlarge photos from the officers. Body camera. Kevin battle Fox News and what a wedding in Texas. A pair of what a burger fans celebrated their love for each other and their favorite restaurant by getting married at a water burger in San Antonio, the location may have been on. Couples attire was though quite traditional. I'm Carmen Roberts..

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The latest details for you now on the minutes leading up to an officer shooting a fourteen year old armed with a replica gun Tempe. Police chief Sylvia Moyer says they were dispatched to an alley near forty eighth street and baseline road where an officer saw a suspect in a car holding a handgun we now know the gun was stolen from the vehicle. Moyer says the officer gave commands to the fourteen year old to drop the weapon, but he took off down the alleyway officer hind fired two shots from his service weapon. One of those rounds struck the suspect in the scapula area, another round struck the wall at the end of the alley the fourteen year old has not been identified. But later died at the hospital. The officer has been placed on administrative leave a criminal case will be submitted to the Maricopa County attorney's office by the Tempe. Police for review there's another abuse claim again. Against hacienda. Healthcare to women are now on administrative leave. After a patient says suffers from serious intellectual disability claims she was the Aldea and hit in the head and arm. The facility is denying the allegations. And says they are investigating says the woman has a repeated history of what they call his quote, attention seeking behavior. This is the second claim against us after a woman in a vegetative state gave birth at the facility last month. That investigation is ongoing nylon KTAR news and Phoenix police say they've received the report, but they're not able to corroborate the information and governor Doug Ducey releasing his proposed state budget today. He calls for increasing the state's rainy day fund to a record high of one billion dollars. He also wants to invest six hundred thirty seven million new dollars into the state's k through twelve public schools. Now, let's check on traffic. Here's George.

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Tippy police offer details of the officer involved shooting up the fourteen year old boy dead from the KFI newsroom. I'm Craig Martin tippy police chief Sylvia Moyer held a news conference today where she promised transparency in the investigation. I stand before you to be fully transparent. Responsive and honest about this this very tragic event. Moyer sit an officer responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle in an alley near baseline road in forty eight th street on Tuesday afternoon, he found the suspect inside a truck apparently holding a handgun suspect began to run after seeing the officer who gave chase yelling to the suspect to show his hands. At some point two shots were fired one of them striking the teen in the scapula area begun turned out to be a replica air, soft gun and not a real handgun governor Ducey is released his budget for the twenty thousand fiscal year. KFI is Don Nici reports. One big focus is on education. The budget follows through on the governor's promised to support teacher pay raises devoting one hundred sixty five million dollars for that as well as millions for school resource officers counselors and social workers and also contains money for technical training at community colleges. Other highlights include pay raises for corrections. Officers state troopers and department of child safety. Workers thirty million dollars for water. Conservation projects concerning lake Mead. An expansion of the rainy day fund to a billion dollars. Don chief five fifty KFYI news, President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong UN plan to hold a second meeting late February White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said the United States continues to work to get North Korea to give up their nukes. We continue to make progress. We're continuing to have conversations..

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Up. Here's our top story. We're learning. More details about the the minutes leading up to an officer involved shooting of a fourteen year old armed with a replica gun Tempe. Police chief Sylvia Moyer says they were dispatched to an alley near forty eighth street and baseline road where an officer saw suspect in a car holding a handgun we now know that gun was stolen Moyer says the officer gave commands to the fourteen year old to drop the weapon, but he took off down the alley. Officer hind fired two shots from his service weapon. One of those rounds the suspect in the scapula area, another round struck the wall at the end of the alley the fourteen year old has not been identified. But later died at the hospital, the officer has been mistreated leave a criminal case will be submitted to the Maricopa County attorney's office by ten police for review there's another abuse claims against hacienda healthcare facility. Two women are now on administrative leave after a patient who suffers from a serious intellectual disability claims. She was the Aldea and hit in the head and arm. The facility is denying the allegations. And says they are investigating a CNS says the woman has a repeated history of what they call is quote attention seeking behavior. This is the second claim against us after a woman in a vegetative state gave birth at the facility last month. That investigation is ongoing nylon, KTAR news and governor Doug Ducey releasing his proposed state budget today. He calls the increasing states rainy day fund to a record high of one billion dollars. He also wants to invest six hundred and thirty seven million new dollars into the state's k through twelve public schools now for a check on traffic..

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"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia moyer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"All right coming up MAC and Gaydos in about fifteen minutes is the monster who raped at woman in a vegetative state here in the valley hiding in plain sight. That's coming up. But first, let's go to the five o'clock KTAR news expansion with fifteen minutes of commercial free. Non stop news, traffic and weather. TA are FM Glendale Phoenix. Arizona's news station. KTAR news expansion. Fifteen minutes of commercial free. Non stop news. Traffic and weather starts now. I'm Becky Lynn. It's five o'clock. And here is our top story Tempe. Police just wrapped up a press conference releasing the Lillard deals on the officer involved shooting this week where a fourteen year old boy was shot at the hands of a veteran. Officer KTAR's Taylor Kenner up was there. And now joins us live in the news center with the very latest. I must begin with expressing my deepest condolences to the young man's family. That's tempe. Police chief Sylvia Moyer beginning this afternoon's press conference Tempe. Police not releasing the name of the suspect because he was a minor say police arrived on the scene just moments after a call about a suspicious car in the area and the officer immediately spotted the suspect the officer moved quickly to the rear of the truck and yelled for the suspect to show him his hands. The suspect continued to flee and at some point officer hind fired two shots from his service weapon. One of those bullets hitting the alley wall. The other fatally hitting the suspect shoulder both the officer and witnesses. Reported seeing a gun on the suspect. It was later discovered to be a toy gun Tempe. Police only releasing the last name of the officer a fourteen year veteran of the department who is now on administrative leave while Tempe. Police continue to investigate live in the news center. Taylor interrupt KTAR news. Now, the department has released the nine one one calls and the body Cam footage of the incident to us. You can see all of that at KTAR dot com. Five. Oh one now. And it's time to check on the traffic. We'll do it every six minutes.

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