17 Burst results for "Training Instructor"

"training instructor" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"training instructor" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"White island about thirty miles off shore at least five people are confirmed dead the search for missing has been hampered because white island is still unstable so police about to search the island using aerial reconnaissance flights they do not believe any survivors are still on the island this is the B. B. C.'s Richard Lister twenty three were picked up by tourist boats but others are still unaccounted for the injured were brought to focus on a harbor most was suffering from burns and five of them did not survive their injuries helicopters transferred those who were critically ill the specialist hospitals a federal law enforcement source tells CBS news that shooting suspect Muhammad all from Ronnie may have had issues with the training instructor at the naval base in Pensacola investigators not believe at this point that this by itself triggered Friday's shootings but it is under investigation the program to train foreign nationals here's receiving greater scrutiny Florida governor run the sentence you you have foreign military personnel coming to our base are they should not be doing that if they hate our country the impeachment inquiry revs up again in a few hours with the house Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington CBS news correspondent Skyler Henry reports from Capitol Hill house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler says his committee could vote on the articles of impeachment against president trump this week if presented to a jury would be a guilty verdict in about three minutes flat over the weekend president trump maintain he did nothing wrong in a July phone call with Ukraine's president the White House is sitting out today's hearing saying it's an unfair process people realize is that not all.

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"training instructor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A lot of crap up. Right. We don't want you here at our job. And so that's one of the hardest. Things is like how do you transition? What you do like? Okay. What else? Are you good at? We're gonna killing people, right? How to do that? So that was very hard and transition because it's like, okay. Well, how do you put that on resume? No one wants to hire for that right now at least now so that was more of a difficult transition. But I think when you look at a military member that's coming out of whether it's the Marine Corps, air force, whatever branch you're in. And you say I want to get I want to become an entrepreneur. It's those are not the things that you really have to look at or if you're getting a job, there's not the things that you really put it on the resume. It's a lot more of the leadership stuff, right? After a lot of like what Oscar said as far as you know, the discipline. You know, and so those are the things that people look at more today. But when I got out no one cared about that stuff. Well, it seemed it to me. It's all it still hurts when I see those long resumes. Not because of the long resumes. But because there is no transition. To help military members do a resume, that's understandable. So when when I got out we were they helped me work on some resumes military. Really? They're like, oh, we can shorten this down to twenty pages instead of thirty. Okay. I get it. But that's what I think there might be a little bit of a problem. Right. So when you look at an entrepreneur, what does someone who's in the military. That's wanting to get out to become an entrepreneur, what are the strengths? And what are the weaknesses of them, drink tasks? It has to be leadership. It has to be leadership and discipline, right? So leadership is really good. One of the things that I felt that I really got from the military and starting these crazy companies that I have and the failures of six companies is that I feel like when I go through a hard time with they company or I'm struggling on a quarter or a month and people are freaking out. I don't freak out like all hell can be breaking loose, and I'll be going down. Absolutely non pretty calm. I'm pretty steady. And it doesn't really bother me too much. Like, I could just keep on going while everything's falling apart to get to the other side, right? Giovanni because we've been through life or death situations and a lot of people don't understand what that really is. Right. So so I agree. So when you look at okay. Life and death situations and the company struggling right companies a little bit easier to get through than the life and death situation. So I feel like if there's one thing that the military gave me it was that because I you help you look death in the face. And then you see what that looks like. And then on the other side entrepreneur, and you're like, my company might be going bankrupt. Or I might be struggling with finances right now. With me. Right. In the law in in the scheme of things, it's not really as bad as what we've seen. So I feel like as an entrepreneur that is probably the best thing that the military gave me is to be able to see that stuff. And then when I come out the other side, I could stay calm in that situation. And I can definitely stay calm and a company situation. Another thing that I thought of and I wanted to ask you to about is what about failure? To me in the civilian world failure. It. It doesn't really teach you anything because you can fail and they give you a hundred tries one hundred zero or if there's a deadline. There's really not a deadline, right? And so failure and deadlines and a schedule in the civilian world is completely different from somebody in the military world. And so do I think that you probably get a better grip on failure. And know that there is you can push through until you win. Right or wrong. It's correct. That is what the military has done for me. And when you look at talk to other veterans that have been in the military. That's why I feel like military members are set up so well for entrepeneurship because the grit and the drive in the determination exact that has been baked into them for a long time. Now, the other side is to learn how to kill people did not blow stuff up, but on the other side the determination, and the will that they have so much better. And I've always said on on my companies that I have when I started them. It wasn't that. I was best at what I did all the time that I was the most determined to do it. And I was more determined to figure out how to be better than everyone else. Because at the beginning. I wasn't better than everyone else. Right. I just had a drive in the ability to push through and figure it out. So I think that's very strong for the military side. Do you see on the? The other side, the civilian side the possibility, and I don't know. And I never will know because I've never been in the military. But do you see it as almost a threat to hire someone who has been in the military because they they want to be the leader? They want to come up with they want to be in the front and sometimes when you work too hard. I've noticed a lot of people might not like you. So does that make sense? Inside of the military for me. Like is there? There's always a plus, Nick, right? There's always a push in a pool. So the bad side for me was the ability to not communicate with people. Now, it might be different for people like Oscar, I don't know. But he can way on this also is for me. I was in a grunt unit. There was very little like, nobody wanted your opinion. No is our opinion was very strong, and it's black and white oak. Gray area. So I wasn't very filtered. Like have you talked to me today, and you talk to twenty years ago? I was pretty rough around the edges like people were like, I can't believe he just told me that. So I developed that over time. So when I was working at a job, and my boss pulled me, and he had this big book. I've told you the story Karen this big book and I sat down with like. Yeah. What do you need? And he's like, well, he like look ahead a circled over here. This is called a human relations class is taught at the local college. You've never been to college before two choices either you get fired or you take the class because I was so rigid, and so like to your point of people coming in sometimes a military members hard to deal with if they have not gone through proper courses, at least in my case being in the marines and being very hardcore on how to communicate with people, especially our our language that we speak in the military. Yes, it is English. But there's a lot of. Even today, even on the air all safe things that if you've been in the Marine Corps, you'll notice that were specific like Marine Corps sayings it's hard to get out. And so going through and trying to soften people up and trying to teach them how to communicate with probably the hardest thing. So I had to go through this crazy class on teaching me how to relate to people better. And so out of the military. I think that's what you need. Yeah. I mean, I would agree. So my husband is has been in the military for going on sixteen years. Now, he was a previous security forces like Oscar, but now he's a training instructor. So he's the the typical drill sergeant you'd see. And I totally agree in a civilian world. We have a gray area in the military world, you have black and white. And there's some things that, you know, my husband has no filter, and we'll go out, and we'll be around the the normal people in the civilian world, and there'd be things that he would say an end. It's like you. You can't. But at the same time, I'm Todd those things, you know, not being in the military. But I understand, you know, sort of his relations to what you're talking to be really tough. Okay. So being he's a drill instructor. Right. Yeah. Okay. So being a drill instructor is even like ten times harder because you're over there training. All you know, all the recruits, you know, and trying to develop them over in the air force of the it's like six or eight weeks and trying to develop them. And so you're really hard and you're extremely hard core. And that kind of never leaves. So I can imagine like when he comes home. Got like literally the first couple of weeks of training instructor. He's learning how to use his vocal cords. And he's learning how to teach his class. And I'm like Honey you have to realize I'm not your trainee. Title..

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"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was it told me that Ashley was one of five people? She knew who had broken protocol that day by holding their doors open longer than they were supposed to and they even did that on the third floor when they knew something was wrong, and my friend Stacy held her door open until she was like locked eyes with the shooter. And and yells to you know, Scott beagle to close his door and grabs the handle with two hands and pulls it closed. So her door was opened up to the to the moment. He started like shooting bullets down the hallway Stacy's the teacher, who's our most grazed. She's. Scott beagle. In the room next to Stacy's did the same thing. Stacey did waited a little with the door open. He's one of the seventeen who died that day standing in his store way. There's very little evidence about whether school shooting drills of any kind actually work the data doesn't exist school shootings for how much we think and talk about them are still statistically rare. But now, Melissa and Ashley have been in that rare situation the one that's hard to study. And they both told me that having a playbook for what to do helped. Now, I locked my door. Now, I count the kids in my class. Now, I move us all to a closet. But they also both had ideas coming out of this about ways, they could have been better prepared, Melissa. For instance, wanted trauma kits with God in every classroom and training on how to treat bullet wounds with guys actually has saved lives and mass shootings. I really wanted to find some expert weigh on Douglas to tell me did the teachers training. How did more kids arrived because of it? What might have worked better? Cheryl Johnson researches what's effective in these drills at Xavier university. And as a training instructor for Alice, one of two big companies in the US that train schools how to respond to active shooters Alice has its own way of doing things. Just like the other big outfits safe havens international has its own way of doing things. There's no one single way no agreement on what's best Cheryl Johnson didn't want to get into the specifics of what happened at Douglas, partly because it's still too soon. The investigation hasn't done, but she did talk to me more generally about some of the things I knew they done it. Douglas, like papering over windows. Cheryl doesn't think it helps much. It's two o'clock on Tuesday. The shooter knows your in your classrooms, also code ran, all the codes, their colors and meanings. The consultants I talked to you said no to this too. I'm a big advocate for not using codes at all. Hey, if I say code red, your takes a split second for your brain to go k code red means bad means actor shooter means I have to do this versus if I say there's a gunman in the school keeping classroom doors locked resounding. Yes. But the idea that this is all you do that you locked the door and put every kid under a desk. All the consultants. I talked to said that's outdated Cheryl says people need many more options, many more ways to respond to a shooting. Sometimes you stay in your room. Sometimes you evacuate like if you're away from the shooter or in an open space with more exits like a cafeteria or gym. The last resort. Basically trust your ability to make a decision. I told her about actually Kurth how she'd stood in her doorway grabbing dozens of scared students. Remember, it was a break from her schools protocol. Cheryl's such an advocate for thinking on your feet. I wondered if she may be believed actually did the right thing pulling kids the problem with this in unless you're there. You don't know what exactly happened? Now, did she probably save lives? Probably in that situation at work with the gunman being in a different building. Yes. One thing that was part of the training..

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"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He's one of the seventeen who died that day. Standing in his doorway. There's very little evidence about whether school shooting drills of any kind actually work the data doesn't exist school shootings for how much we think and talk about them are still statistically rare. But now, Melissa and Ashley have been in that rare situation the one that's hard to study. And they both told me that having a playbook for what to do helped. Now, I locked my door. Now, I can't the kids in my class. Now, I move us all to a closet. But they also both had ideas coming out of this about ways, they could have been better prepared, Melissa. For instance, wanted trauma kits with God in every classroom and training on how to treat bullet wounds with the guys actually has saved lives and mass shootings. I really wanted to find some expert to weigh in on Douglas to tell me did the teachers training help did more kids arrived because of it. What might have worked better? Cheryl Johnson researches what's effective in these drills Xavier university. And as a training instructor for Alice, one of two big companies in the US that trained schools how to respond to active shooters Alice has its own way of doing things just like the other big outfits safe havens international has its own way of doing things. There's no one single way no agreement on what's best Cheryl Johnson didn't want to get into the specifics of what happened at Douglas, partly because it's still too soon. The investigation isn't on. But she did talk to me more generally about some of the things I knew they'd done it, Douglas like papering over windows. Cheryl doesn't think it helps much. It's two o'clock on a Tuesday. The shooter knows your in your classrooms, also code ran, all the codes, their colors and meanings. The consultants I talked to you said no to this too. I'm a big advocate for not using codes. At all. I if I say code red, your takes a split second for your brain to go k code red means bad means active shooter means I have to do this versus if I say there's a gunman in the school keeping classroom doors locked resounding. Yes. But the idea that this is all you do that you lock the door and put every kid under a desk. All the consultants. I talked to you said that's outdated Cheryl says people need many more options, many more ways to respond to a shooting. Sometimes you stay in your room. Sometimes you evacuate like if you're far enough away from the shooter or in an open space with more exits like a cafeteria gym. Because the last resort you fight basically trust your ability to make a decision. I told her about Ashley Kurth how.

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"training instructor" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on This American Life

"Told me that actually was one of five people. She knew who had broken protocol that day by holding their doors open longer than they were supposed to and even did that on the third floor when they knew something was wrong. And then my friend, Stacy held her door open until she was like locked eyes with, you know the shooter and and yells to, you know, Scott beagle, two closest door and grabs the handle with two hands and pulls it closed. So her door was opened up to the to the moment. He started like shooting bullets down the hallway Stacy's. The teacher whose arm was grazed. She survived Scott beagle in the room next to Stacy's did the same thing. Stacey did wait at a little with the door open. He's one of the seventeen who died that day standing in store way. There's very little evidence about whether school shooting drills of any kind actually work. The data doesn't exist school shootings for how much we think and talk about them are still statistically rare. But now Melissa Ashley have been in that rare situation. The one that's hard to study and they both told me that having a playbook for what to do helped now I lock my door now. I count the kids in my class. Now I move out to a closet. But they also both had ideas coming out of this about ways they could have been better prepared. Melissa, for instance, wanted trauma kits with God in every classroom and training on how to treat bullet wounds with it. Guys actually has saved lives than mass shootings. I really wanted to find some expert to weigh in on Douglas to tell me, did the teachers training help did more kids arrive because of it? What might have worked better. Cheryl Johnson researches. What's affective in these drills as APR university and is a training instructor for Alice. One of two big companies in the US that schools how to respond to active shooters. Alice has its own way of doing things just like the other big outfits safe havens international has its own way of doing things. There's no one single way, no agreement on what's best. Cheryl Johnson didn't wanna get into this Pacific's of what happened at Douglas, partly because it's still too soon. The investigation isn't on, but she did talk to me more generally about some of the things I knew they done it Douglas like papering over windows. Cheryl doesn't think it helps much. It's two o'clock on Tuesday. The shooter knows your in your classrooms. Also code ran all the codes, their colors and meanings. The consultants. I talked to said no to this too. I'm a big advocate for not using coats at all. If I say code red, your takes a split second for your brain. To go k code. Red means bad means active shooter means I have to do this versus if I say there's a gunman in the school, keeping classroom doors locked resounding yes, but the idea that this is all you do that you lock the door and put every kid under a desk all the consultants. I talked to said that's outdated cheryl's as people need many more options, many more ways to.

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"training instructor" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"To re rehabilitate herself in prison and act as a mentor to her fellow inmates the white house said in a statement her ward in case manager and vocational training instructor all have written letters in support of her clemency kardashian west met with president trump in the oval office recently to plead johnson's case kardashian west i learned about johnson who is currently serving a life sentence for leading a multi million dollar cocaine ring in the early nineteen nineties on the twitter machine she has served more than twenty one years in federal prison here's kim kardashian's tweet today i would like to thank president trump for his time this afternoon it is our hope that the president will grant clemency to miss alice marie johnson who is serving life sentences for a first time non violent drug offence i apologize that's what kim car yet dash tweeted on may thirtieth she became aware of this after watching a oh i think it's one of these netflix documentaries anyway she went to see the president about it there were other people who are invited to see the president as well remember that meek mill's guy the rapper who has he was talking about prison reform he was invited to go about it and and and to talk about his experiences and try to better to system but in the middle of the night he got a call from jay z rap producer jay z who talked them out of going to the white house why because he did not think it would be good for meek mill's career to be seen with the president of the united states we had all of the philadelphia eagles all but one who refused to show up for a celebration they're super bowl win yesterday the white house and what a what.

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"training instructor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kogan is a psychology professor at university of cambridge he helped harvest facebook data from nearly eighty seven million people for cambridge analytica which was then used for political purposes including president trump's twenty sixteen election campaign coke says that facebook information was not stolen and he says quotes it's not a real worry that the data may have helped swing an election via this was a hack is flat out wrong it's like imaginer warehouse we didn't break we weren't on amazon and order the data and they delivered it to us cogan says at the time he didn't think it was a big deal now he's changed his mind on the subject and says he is sincerely sorry x bosnian serb leader radovan karadzic wants his genocide conviction overturned at the hague his lawyer peter robinson asking for a retrial with you today to ask you to overturn donovan conviction and to order a new trial was sentenced to forty years for crimes against humanity including the nineteen ninetyfive massacre of around eight thousand muslims europe's worst massacre since world war two the president of nicaragua daniel ortega rethinking the overhaul of his nation's welfare system following days of deadly protests cbs is anne marie green has the latest on those demonstrations the protests started wednesday at least eight people were killed there has been looting and panic buying another protest is planned for today president daniel ortega had announced plans to increase worker contributions to social security and lower pensions ortega says a new plan will be drafted to strengthen the social security system or take it announced protesters for acting like gangs killing each other colorado outdoorsman might be think rethinking his relationship with nature following his third potentially fatal animal encounter cbs's tom foty explained the one mcwilliams has had more than his share of problems with wildlife he's worked as a survival training instructor and that's a good thing ran summer a colorado man ran into a black bear at a summer camp he's the one who came out needing staples in his scalp maui was bodyboarding off hawaii and felt something biting his legs jerry's with swimming back maybe fifty yards from shore someone back in his blood behind me and i know where it was or what it was turned out it was a shark and yes he needed stitches and early while back mcwilliams was also bitten by a rattlesnake tom foty cbs news shipwreck hunters think.

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"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Killer robots used to be the stuff of science fiction now autonomous weapons are almost within reach we're talking about a weapon that could go on its own and make its own decisions about who to kill on the battlefield what happens when humans step back and machines decide who lives and who dies in a war i'm ari shapiro army of non this afternoon on all things considered from npr news join us for all things considered beginning at four thirty today here on where it's now five thirty good morning i'm steve inskeep they say a cat has nine lives if that applied to dylan mcwilliams he'd have six left colorado man was surfing and a wyan was bitten by a shark he escaped and needed seven stitches fewer than after his bare bite yes in colorado the same man had nine stitches in his scalp after a bear attack by comparison he told the star advertiser his rattlesnake bite was not bad he's a survival training instructor higher that man it's morning edition five thirty one now and time for another look at traffic at no danger there here's joe mcconnell the dangerous over at highway four west while the danger always exists but westbound four at bailey the car fire scene we had in the right lane has been cleared but only a few minutes ago it's still backed up towards antioch and almost to leverage wrote in the past no accidents no stalls but it's all backed up the bay bridge approach usual jam from the maze there was a crash told a number four apparently that has been cleared and master as it all on time joe mcconnell for kiki dee thanks joe.

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"training instructor" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Massive machetetype object pointed out his stomach and said give me all the money in the register the man was on drugs he actually back my father up all the way into the counter and was thinking about killing them another man pulled a nice on my father uh they ended up actually running out of the restaurant but to make a long story short my father came home that night and set to us this can't happen again i i i'm not going to be taken from my family uh just trying to make a living so he went through this process sean of thinking about how we could defend himself what what steps you could take you know he he lived in libraries for for weeks you talk with law enforcement and he did made the decision to go and purchase a firearm and it was actually members of the nra nra trained instructors certified professionals that actually help my father look at different options of arming himself now i'll be on the show and there's there's no talk of politics they weren't trying to indoctrinate him but anything but if this is the option that he wanted to take those professionals were there to help have so they're not only sort of help him get comfortable the idea of being a gun owner of of defending himself if you have had do that but nra members instructors also got my family sort of involved with with the to soon that we have to make it again i i was a kid that they weren't talking politics to me or anything like that but they made it clear this i wanted to learn more about what my father was doing the be there to help me and that's how i actually learned about guns and gun safety about how to go to arrange with with yet the you know that a gun is not a toy and this is sort of the positive narrative about the nra that nobody in the media's shown wh ever talk about we're so all stuck with the politics about this narrative of that we have to quote unquote do something but the nra has been a force for good in many people's lives.

"training instructor" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The day forty four and thirteen there half came up on the rockets for the best record in the nba houston home tonight to finish up their pre all star break schedule hosting the sacramento kings again shorthanded for the warriors tonight draymond green and kevin looney are available but the team announcing this afternoon that patrick mccaw suffered a nondisplaced fracture in his left wrist during monday night's went over phoenix at risk will be in a cast for ten days and they'll be reevaluated in four six baseball spring training is officially underway pitchers erzen catchers for the giants and as reporting today to arizona physician players reporting on monday the first exhibition games are just nine days off in scottsdale reliever will smith is in camp for the giants eleven months after tommy john surgery that ended his 2017 season before it even got started he said that he did spend a lot of time last summer around the team in san francisco but the rehab trips back to arizona that parts not so much fun with others those were the grind the history of the show of one degrees outside new like nearby got the same leg workout against um you know unknown that playing the sheer those are the tough facebook it was just ono's it was who experience for shirt gambia plastics of brought back 1989 world series mvp dave stewart for the first few days camp as a spring training instructor former general manager of the arizona diamondbacks arizona diamondbacks stewart won twenty or more games for five straight years and the a's need is help after kendall graveman and shamanee a rest of the.

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"training instructor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Came out we won eastern on espn radio with a guest down level targe do you know the we're on the air euler we're doing a radio show now not just sitting around it is i think it's part of his chart by do joe would they only if the end radio on the is free and you lebedeva ktar bloodshed led a charge show on gender warning steering at on espn radio those jimmy garoppolo look like the guy playing beach volleyball with his twin brother in a double meant gum commercial a does patriots defensive coordinator matt patricia look like the friend who asks for your net flakes log and information so he could watch episodes of burn notice let's talk about it on a look like an overly serious high school drivers training instructor who repeatedly bartsch to the students ten and two is what we do as will gain look like the bank teller who was unable to hide his excitement as he tells you that you were charged thirty dollar overdraft a for not only each transaction but also each failed attempt at a transaction after that it is has been makah do look like the guy in your office who asked you if you watch survivor last night knowing full well you never watch it then tells you that you got to check it out again because mike leach look like the lunch lady what better way to spend christmas day in with the md eighty braun james in the.

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"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Question fly at sergeant brian lochore a whistle wish spirit was sla survey szekely the worst thing that we have to see is just what other people will dude each other semeck says he wants the students to now policing is not a gain bringing them here to the police academy was lieutenant dwayne greens idea he's a cop in a member of one hundred black men a nonprofit dedicated to help black boy succeed green says black youth commit a disproportionate share of teen crime and he'd rather sparking missions and law enforcement many times people fear would they don't understand we of bet for as bad media or incidents that occur that may just end up being bad incidence push the stigma on that refreshing of police in is unfortunate that has happened but we had to take a stance and say we we need you we want you the police chief yves even said down with the boys fair closeddoor qna session building that porous crucial green says and the officer seemed to enjoy showing the teenagers around the training academy officer rodney clark demonstrates crowdcontrol from high up on the saddle of his horse bear as you could say this is a large animals the hell word you volvo flight the boys check out the police helicopter and watch canine tricks holding is successful hunt for a long time you did it for the next day roleplay as a pack pistols loaded with blanks and take turns pulling over as beating suv mocked drivers shout fm and pull guns or look like they're going to as j slapped a high school senior approaches a car someone runs off lack jaws his weapon captain keith stevens the police training instructor caused the students over the like you could stay sit on the stand and raise your right hand to say that you had to do that to protect the life of yourself your partner frank ordinances the nashville the display mode yukio kanai huge because i run again she to manila soil initiated i'll i'll let let's do that.

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"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To now now policing is not a gain bringing them here to the police academy was we tenant dwayne greens idea he's a cop and a member of one hundred black men a nonprofit dedicated to help black boys succeed green says black youth commit a disproportionate share of team crime and he'd rather sparking missions and law enforcement three times people fear would they don't understand we of bet as bad media or incidents that occur that may just end up being batting sedans push the stigma on the profession of police in is unfortunate that has happened but we had to take a stance and say we we need you we want you the police chief even said down with the boys for closeddoor qna session building a porous crucial green says and the officer seemed to enjoy showing the teenagers around the training academy officer rodney clark demonstrates crowdcontrol from high up on the saddle of his horse bear glad you could say this is a large animal vr forty like the boys check out the police helicopter and watch canine trait possessed behind very hold on fugitive though look the next day roleplay as a pack pistols loaded with blanks and take turns pulling over a speeding suv map drivers shout fm and pull guns or look like they're going to as j slapped a high school senior approaches a car someone runs off lucky draws his wedge within captain keith stevens the police training instructor caused the students over the like you could state sit on the staying and raise your right hand the say that you had to do that you protect the life of yourself your partner frank orchises is inaccurate they display mode looking at huge recalled ironically you to soil tattooed at all so let let's do that one in yet yes eta boys learn the perspective of the police and it's different to the views they had just a few minutes before by the end of the day lakas convinced the police are the good guys they hit a protective majority of them antinuclear porous police work ism for everyone that encouragement ruled the day for the boy who said he can't write a whole worse because he's black for the teen who wondered how hard it is to fly a helicopter fittest student who didn't know there's no tuition bill for the training academy they pay you.

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"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The students to now now policing is not a gain bringing them here to the police academy was lieutenant dwayne greens idea he's a cop and a member of one hundred black men a nonprofit dedicated to help black boys succeed green says black youth commit a disproportionate share of team crime and he'd rather sparking missions and law enforcement the times people fear would they don't understand we of bet for as bad media or incidents that occur that may just end up being bad incidents push the stigma on the profession of police in is unfortunate that has happened but we had to take a stance and say we we need you we want you the police chief even said down with the boys for closeddoor qna session building the poor crucial green says and the officer seemed to enjoy showing the teenagers around the training academy officer rodney clark demonstrates crowdcontrol from high up on the saddle of his horse there as you can see this is a large animal health words you volvo flight the boys check out the police helicopter and watch canine tricks holding a success behind the headlines you for logo clerk next they roleplayers cast a pack pistols loaded with blanks and take turns pulling over as speeding suv mocked drivers shout at them and pull guns or look like they're going to as j slack a high school senior approaches a car someone runs off lack jaws his weapon captain keith stevens for police training instructor caused the students over the like you could stay sit on the stand and right here right hand say that you had to do that you protect the life of yourself your partner frank ford this is the nashville it is very mode gain out.

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"training instructor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"His horse bear as you can see this is a large animal health authority although flight the boys check out the police helicopter and watch canine traits holding a successful hind very hold on the agenda mambo clip next they roleplay as a pack pistols loaded with blanks and take turns pulling over as speeding suv match drivers shout at them and pull guns or look like they're going to as j slack a high school senior approaches a car some one runs off lack jars his weapon captain keith stevens the police training instructor caused the students over these alike you could stay sit on the stand and right here right hand to say that you had to do that to protect the of yourself your partner frank or this is the national the display mode hey not huge recalls ira legitimate delay tattooed cheated out so let leicester that one again adam boys learned the perspective of the police and it's different to the views they had just a few minutes before by the end of the day lack has convinced the police are the good guys they had to protect this majority of them actually do care for us police work ism for everyone that encouragement ruled the day for the boy who said he can can't write a horse because he's black for the teen who wondered how hard it is to fly a helicopter for the student who didn't know there's no tuition bill for the training academy they pay you with minorities representing just one in five chinese this year nashville police hope to break tensions and inspire more non w whites to join the blue for npr news i'm amy asking him oh it's morning edition on wnyc i'm richard hake good morning it's seven eighteen sixty three degrees nj transit reporting delays in the montclair bhuttan lying also delays on the a c e and f subway trains mostly cloudy skies expected today highs only near seventy two degrees tonight mostly cloudy lows around 68 before degrees and we should see some tomorrow with a high near seventy.

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"training instructor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"In at all this i wanted to be a broadcaster when i was in high school and my driver's training instructor was a fellow says quincy illinois name melvin tap he who was a great quincy high quincy the college athlete play professionally with the cubs system and his twin brother elven was a catcher and actually managed to cover swelling and that rotating college of cultures he was a cubs manager in the '60s in fact sixty two was the ahead drivers and album was managing then anna melvin happy who i done some stringing for young keeping stance and stuff when i was growing up said all these broadcasts and jobs are going to go to exathlete this is over fifty years ago i said 55 years ago he's pretty good vision he was right on target he said what you if you wanna stay in in sport libyan sports and if you're not a player and i was not very good player so uh he said you ought to try to sports writing a thought okay well i'll try that i went to college quincy college couple years later and i signed on to do some radio work now sort for the campus newspaper and i started joints writing then no issue as i didn't know how to type at that point so i've been right these articles out long hammami mother would who doesn't professional taiping on the side but type them forming i take them back over there to the papers weekly paper luckily and so i did that for the first year i thought well if this continues i'm going to be doing a lotta game now sure mom can make all the game gene o signed going to happen her type your i thank cited that in.

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"training instructor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"training instructor" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"On the voice of st louis yes and we're joined by postdispatch baseball writer rick hamal a member of the national baseball hall of fame ed somebody who has been covering the cardinals and really educating us about baseball for many many years when i say that you feel that way i mean i i always thought that bob break jack book mike shannon taught me the game and also reading your pieces through the years taught me in a lot about the ins and outs of the game by very kind tommy other guys you mentioned taught me a lot of including jack buck about about break mike shannon bob burns and i learned from the guys who preceded me on the b2 decay go new rousseau at works so there's a if you just keep an open mind and not try to tell everybody what you know which is really that much listen about people who know who do know you can give law wave of that when you first started how did you know that you wanted to become a baseball writer i didn't it i when i was going to high school and quincy illinois my driver's training instructor was men in melvin tap he who is a great quincy high school basketball football baseball player played in the cup system while lefthanded pitcher hurt his arm and his twin brother was elven chaffee who caught for the cubs did manage for the cubs when they have the college of coaches they were the broadcasting legends and quincy anyway this is nineteen sixty two and melvin happy i told him what i wanted to buy wanted to be a sports broadcaster and he said well you know that's that's good mrs i i predicted a lot of these baseball.

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