34 Burst results for "Training Officer"
Christina Karaoli Taylor and Grady Tripp Prove the Intersection of Media and CRT
"Christina Karoly Taylor multicultural competency trainer Multicultural competency trainer in a diversity training video for KE NS 5 San Antonio CBS affiliate Hat tip project veritas kawan go What we're going to talk about today is going to center around the main code of ethics of journalism In a couple of things during this workshop and throughout your day I challenge you to stop thinking in terms of objective journalism because and discuss why that's not really feasible anymore But in terms of accuracy fairness and transparency are always striving for objectivity is not feasible If you read unfreedom of the press man that I nail this This is now the culture for the media Now we have Grady trip diversity inclusive training officer at tegna tegna owns KMS 5 San Antonio cut to go This kind of sorry not sorry for the statement that I'm making there At this point if you're not listening to a podcast or looking at a video or reading any of the information that's out as far as equality and social justice and race you don't care Now I don't know how to say it because it's there We're going to be organizations accountable because we know it's important to the organization KPIs are going to change right KPIs are going to reflect diversity and inclusion from a representation standpoint at various levels from an inclusion standpoint So here you have the media critical race theory Intersecting This is the forced brainwashing The forced acceptance of the racist ideology
Capitol Police Watchdog Says Force Needs A "Culture Change"
"The U. S. capitol police's watchdog is detail in broad failures in the force's response to the January riot and calling for big change inspector general Michael Bolton spent three months studying what went wrong everything from misty intelligence to old weapons to a lack of training it short he tells a house panel the department needs a culture change to see itself as more of a protective agency and not a traditional police department the police department is geared to being reactive for the most part whereas a protective agency is postured in her training and plans to be proactive to prevent events such as January six the department itself says it'll need more money and staff for improvements the houses looking at legislation to provide money for hiring and training officers and for hardening the capital itself Sager AMAG ani Washington
Atlanta cops fired over students' arrests win jobs back
"Their jobs after video shows them tasing. Two college kids caught in the middle of street protests last summer, Attorney Lance LaRussa tells me Atlanta police investigators Mark Gardner and Ivory Streeter feel vindicated after the Civil Service board agreed their due process was violated when they were fired without an investigation on whether they used excessive force, arresting two college students because lawful force will never look good on a video instead of saying it looks bad, so we need to do something. There should have been a presumption that these were highly trained officers and maybe what they did was approach. Criminal charges are still pending. The Russo says The officers who were ousted June 1st are expected to get back pay Veronica Waters.
"training officer" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast
"And it's a strong level of self-contempt in our communities because the thing is man, you wouldn't kill someone that has the same background. You know, I'm saying if if it was if there was a God it was self-love I'm saying you have self content. Maybe it's it's amazing the eagle and amount of Destruction that is function. You're capable of committing what's going on Thursday with the PD and I got to be very honest. I set this another podcast. I'll say episodes and I'll kind of say it again here man. I'm really been I know people were really kind of falling over themselves with the the chief of police officer who was you know, showing a lot of emotion and taking off his hat and you know, when he was around the family and being very different deferential to the family and all that often but in my mind, She really dropped the ball. This was the guy there Derek show of and the officer. There was a nineteen year veteran or something. Like that was a training officer eighteen complaints. I don't know if I you know, if the complaints were sustained but eighteen complaints in his jacket we talked about my PD all the time. There's no way myself as a captain or My Command Staff members of My Command Staff, you know the chief and all that would be allowed him to any officer like that to be in a position where he can train other officers. And so therefore I put a lot of blame on that Chief there for not stuffing sooner and doing something I notice a lot of times the hands are tied by unions and contracts. I am I understand that the whole Bureau bureaucratic red tape process and all that. But but there was a Thursday there was a problem there with the with the Minneapolis Police Department. I'm not trying to throw stones all police departments have have problems with you know, no one's perfect in any way shape form or fashion wage. But but the situation that happened there with this particular officer was supervising other person's should not have happened. I just want to say that you know, if you if he was here, you know, hopefully I had the same sack to say in front of them to you know, it's you know this and this is a problem what happened here was a problem of systemic failures, right? So I'm one of the what's going on with the police department. They voted to the front of police or something along those lines. But yeah, yeah if yeah, that's that's what's happening man..
Los Angeles Deputy Saved Partner's Life After Ambush Shooting While Injured
"Tonight. We're learning new details about the shooting ambush that left to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies severely wounded. Let's bring. Sarah, she's on the scene for a Sarah one of the deputies actually saved your partners life while she was bleeding from face wound. Tell us what happened. It was absolutely incredible. Both of the deputies are still alive partly because of the reaction by thirty one year old mother of a six-year-old, both deputies still here in critical but stable condition. And incredible show of bravery, a thirty, one year old La, a sheriff's deputy profusely bleeding from a bullet to the face is seen helping save her twenty four year old partner. She applies a tourniquet to his bloodied arm and helps him move behind a pillar to avoid taking on more fire. Both have already been shot multiple times. Surveillance video shows the ambush a shooter fires into. Their car while they sit in their vehicle outside a stop and calm ten female deputy after getting shot both of them four five times her with a broken jaw in the face stepped out gave a tourniquet to her fellow deputy who had been shot in the head is well, probably saved his life while calling for help she and her partner had just become deputies fourteen months ago. I'll pointer the mother of a six-year-old is seen here. She proudly graduated from the Police Academy and Twenty One thousand nine hundred as they are recovering from their injuries at the hospital a callous call for their death by a gathering of about I people outside the hospital. The leader of the group that calls itself L. as Africa town coalition says he hopes the shooting is in retaliation for the shooting of black and Brown people by the. The most recent shooting sparked protests in Compton when deputies shot Dijon, Kizzie for an alleged bicycle. The family says Kizzie was shot in the back and investigation is still underway visit star of retribution. Very. Good start. The Ell ast has faced serious controversy over the years. It's sheriff convicted of lying in twenty sixteen was fired and jailed. There has also been a lawsuit brought accusing deputies of forming a gang inside the department. The most recent accusation and a complaint by a deputy whistle blower said in a deposition deputies formed a gang called the executioners incompetent. He says, they supported the same tattoos and used excessive force on suspects me being a field training officer. Supervisor and I have to. report this this behavior, this sheriff Deputies Union responded to those claims, the accusations of there being criminal gangs within the sheriff's department. That's ridiculous. But Union Representative Hernandez and some longtime content residents say the idea of retaliation like this is sickening to the to the people the group that came out here and and screamed we hope you die that in itself is also pathetic maybe not. As bad as the guy that actually pulled the trigger, but it's just as bad. We don't want those police officers to die. You know we don't want that. That's a tragedy and our prayers go out for those officers and their families. Yes. As the issue you know we, we believe that there should be some kind of reform police department. You know what to make it better for everybody.
Seattle council divided over proposals to defund police department
"Of opponents like this woman told the council what they'd lose some of the most highly trained officers in the nation's officers who were at the forefront of police reform and accountability. I urge you to slow down and consider the consequences. Other amendments include cutting money from patrol operations, imposing a cap of $150,000 on Officerssalaries. And transferring 9 11 service to the Department of Finance and Administrative Services. The committee could take its first votes at today's meeting, in a measure could get a full council vote as soon as next Monday, Seattle's police chief, urging the city Council to stop protesters from visiting the homes of elected officials. During emotional debates over reducing the funding for police chief Carmen Best, wrote a letter to the council after protesters shut up in her home Saturday night bests. Neighbors were shocked to see about 200 people walking down there street chanting this woman confronted them. It's not OK to come to a neighborhood. There's Children here. There's families Best said council members need to forcefully called the end of the tactics. Protesters recently appeared outside the homes of marriage Any Durkin and some other council members. Ahh, 78 year old man has been charged with killing his wife, Pierce County Sheriff's deputies say the murder happened in university place. They found the 74 year old
"training officer" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"You want to feel good, Trust me, there is something for you at radio. Big boy dot com And I'm to tell you press for Big boy's neighborhood. My phone for 43 ain't no most deep. I gave him a chance chance. Again. I even told crazy to police you and know that you did say freeze against me. Hold him down. If you say hey, breathing so many mothers grieving, killing us for no reason going off alone, And he wasn't kidding. When I said I came first, then I thought, well, I'll quit. When I heard out. It's kind of a game. You got a life. We don't comply. They'll blame you Can't fight fire with fire. I know, but every color Persian name Don't you know why not raised about a mining family in his face? The way that well, even I can better. You gotta know how to subtract crazy. I had a lot of my love. Carrie, you're going on that can a mirror Whenever you go crazy from I gotta pitch black black. Think about security. Up in my home with my candidate righted a wrong I'll call him Now. You got the phone. It's five in the morning waking up on tell him wherever they come. I think like I get straight as I run that thing called center just going way needed a yacht. It's bad up there. They know that we have found again. They know that we wear big, black and white is a problem. My life changed overnight, but we got a way we don't have a year to make it. Count me. God is on you. You know when it's gonna go wait in the sunshine got put your head in the game to be much is that one on my daughter's moving the country, But we got to stand up for something. Every video I see on my cut. I got power now. I got to say something to the police in the problem, but If I said it was to do this, but a channel calendar modification with had a lot of people speaking for the people are part of them together. We can get it about like our rebel by killing and don't tell him. I do what I did with that. Daniel tries to know that I was jumping and the people that we know, but it's having a child got time to be serial time for no gang taking no more that has going for them change doctors. They sold everyone names. Big problem. Life changed overnight, but we got something. Starr here. We don't have a year to make it. Count me. God is man training officer of the killer's tissue in protest with regular people. I know that they got to him. What happened in Kobe? Nobody remembered that Makes six congested happen to one of your people differently. Getting systems. Wicked power is I know that I'm getting out because I made it back Images. Chance I won't take stand by. Stand by. He must not be breathing out of that. You know that the way that I've never been a fan of apologies for my neighborhood Keep, so it's only right that I get in this much for a reason. I just want you to battle has to be free. You meet Gino, We got a power that we need to have. They don't want to win it in a big problem with the whole life changed overnight, But we gotta try something. Might as well wait here. Make it count. Me. God is a man in black and white is a problem with the whole where life can change overnight, But we gotta start somewhere. Might as well Go ahead. Start here. We didn't have a hell of a year. I'm gonna make it count. I'm here. God is the only man I 92 3 new home for hip hop is standing up to racism and racial injustice in the black and brown community. Cardi B. Maintain the stallion. Got a new one wee man. And.
"training officer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sit in the morning Truth. Tax fairness we day 6 to 10 1071 W l I r Hampton Bays and 77 W A. B C New York I'm Elliot Francis. On Tuesday, President Trump revived his daily update on the state of the covert 19 virus pandemic in the U. S. Constantini report. It was a subdued president Trump standing alone delivering a Corona virus update. It will probably, unfortunately, get worse before it gets better. Something I don't like saying about things, but that's the way it is. And the president was offering support for social distancing and announcing social gatherings that sometimes has shown in viral videos. America's youth will act responsibly and we're asking everybody that when you are not able to socially distance where a mask get a mask Whether you like the mask or not, they have an impact. Mr. Trump even pulled out his presidential seal mask to show how handy he keeps it. Bob Costantini, the white how powerful 7.1 Earthquake make that 7.8 earthquake struck the Alaskan peninsula overnight and tsunami warning has been issued. A quake struck shortly before or after 11 PM Tuesday night Pacific time. Tsunami warning was issued for something Alaska, the Alaskan peninsula and the illusion islands. The ant thing kind of the Department of Homeland Security is defending his use of federal troops in Portland, Oregon. There's Chad won't smear attacks leveled against our officers was disgusting as it relates to CBP officers deployed in Portland. He's highly trained officers. Are in multi camouflage wear because they work on the Southwest border, and they work in an environment that demands that that is their everyday uniform, and it is completely appropriate. They have insignia on their uniforms that read police. And they have patches and the acting commissioner. We'll talk about that a little bit that indicated which agency they're from. 14 people are injured this morning. One person is in custody and additional suspects are being sought after gunfire erupted outside of a funeral home on Chicago's south side overnight..
"training officer" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"For Big boy's neighborhood are real 93 Atlas new home for hip hop, sending up to racism and racial injustice in our black and brown communities for 43 ain't no most really deep. I gave him a chance. Chance chance again. I even in total panic, crazy to police you and know that you did say you'd freeze against me Hold him down if he says he can't breathe so many mothers grieving enough for no reason enough. Getty wasn't cage like my mom said I can be quick when I heard about it kind of gave me a life way. Just one part of firing. Blame us. You can't fight fire with fire And nobody leaves this place every color Persian name and a wife not raised about a money really? In his face. The way that we live in is not getting better. You've gotta know how to serve act crazy. I had a lot of my love. Are you going to Santa Mira? Whenever you go crazy from you gotta pitch blank blank to think about anything going. I puts security up in my home with my kind of day right in a row. I call him now. You got the phone? It's five. In the morning. You're waking upon Tellem. Wherever they come to life again. It's the center just going way needed anything. You got it bad off, you know that we have to get you know that big and black and white is a problem with the whole life changed overnight, but we gotta trust will weigh year making count here. God, man, I don't like that. You know, when it's gonna go wait in such I've got hit in the game to be much Is that one of my daughters? I was losing the country, but we got to stand up for something. This wedding conference. Every video. I feel my cut. I got power. Now. I got to say something about the police being a problem. But if I do this for the channel Fowler, the medication with had a lot of people speaking for the people. I'm proud of them together. We can get it about like a rebel by killing and open. I'm telling you what I did know that Daniel choice and the whole point of jumping in way that we know, But it's happened. Child got time to be serial time for no gang taking no more. That is go for the change. Public. They saw everyone names. Big problem. Life changed overnight, but we gotta start matters will start here. We don't have a hell of a year. I'm gonna make it count. God is on my training officer. The killer's shoe in protest with regular people. I know that they kind of discards deep in what happened to Kobe. Nobody remembered. That makes it just it happened to one of your people is definitely getting system is weak. It's not just a witness. I know they don't give it out once, too, because I'm scared. Give me a guess Who made it back Images is a chance I won't take a stand by example, must not be breathing out of that. You know that the wait it out. I've never been a fan of police in my neighborhood, so it's only right. I give him this much for a reason. I just want you to be free. Do you mean you know we got a power that we need to have? They don't want to win it in a big problem with the whole life changed overnight, but we gotta wait here make it count. Me. God is big and black and white is a problem with the whole where life can change overnight, But we got to start somewhere. Might as well Go ahead. Start here. We had a hell of a year. I'm gonna make it count. I'm here. God is the only man I 92 3 Eli's new home for his pop is standing up to racism and racial injustice. In the black and brown community. Big boy's neighborhood ideas have been here with In case you missed it, who.
"training officer" Discussed on KOMO
"Two FBI agents were shot and wounded at a suburban Phoenix apartment complex while executing an arrest warrant. The suspect found dead Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is undergoing chemotherapy, but says she has no plans to retire area all bigger ABC News Cuomo News, 1000 FM 97 7 Coma NEWS Time. 7 to 31 65 degrees Art Sanders Top local stories from the camo 24 7 news Center. Detectives investigating the death of Bottle Police Officer Jonathan Shoot now say it appears he was killed by his partner who was returning fire on a suspect. Officer. Aeryn Snow of the Snohomish County Multiple agency response team says they've been chasing a man who opened fire on the driver's side of patrol car believe that multiple shots were fired from inside of that vehicle. And during that, uh, training Officer Officer come sure fired multiple times with one of those shots striking and killing the officer Shoot in that crossfire. This is Officer Mustafa. Come sure was wounded in the head but is expected to be okay. Officer come sure have been field training officer Shoop. The 37 year old suspect was caught and charged with first degree murder, attempted murder in vehicular assault. The words I can't breathe, have become the rallying cry for police reform And the reason yet another fatal encounter with law enforcement has surfaced. This time in Snohomish County goes so Romero, reporter Family of Attila Tribes member is asking the governor for a criminal review of the death of Cecil Lacy Jr. In 2015 after he met with the Snohomish County Sheriff's deputy family attorney gave Gland a says someone called 911 to report Lacey having a mental crisis that ended with Deputy Tyler Pendergrass putting his full weight. Eight on Lacey's back, face down on the ground, he said. I can't breathe and within 10 or 15 seconds He died of what's called mechanical expectation. He basically suffocated, Calandra says. Those last words were not included in the police report and at the county medical examiner's cited a different cause of death. Cardiac arrhythmia due to drugs. The family accuses the county and the sheriff's office of covering up the details of Lacey's death. See Romero come on news governor's offices, they will have conversations with the attorney general's office about next steps. A 70 year old Edmond's man faces charges for vandalizing black lives matter Artwork at the city, a city Civic park. Prosecutors say the man used black paint to erase the first T in the slogan I can't breathe on offense. Officers found the man at his home after what does his gave a description of him in a car He was seen driving while leaving the park would herald reports the city's sanction art was created by Edmund's teenagers. The closure of the Upper West.
Technology Helps Train Police Officers
"Around the country for the past few weeks, protests have erupted over the killing of George Floyd. The arrests kindle renewed outrage over the deaths of black Americans like Brianna Taylor Eric Garner Michael Brown among many others and the mistreatment of people of Color by police. The protests have also sparked and national reckoning for many police departments. They've been trying to reduce the use of lethal force and improve accountability among other things through training. From The Wall Street Journal this is the future of everything I'm Janet Baben. Today on the show we'll consider the future of police training with virtual reality technology. What's most powerful about the are? You're able to create worlds and circumstances and experiences that you wouldn't be able to create in the real world that can help you shift your perspective, which is really different than a training. We'll speak with researchers about how the brain perceives are and whether it can address bias. Notwithstanding or conscious beliefs or conscious convictions, and we'll talk about why a future developments in Vr police training may fall short. Tell me why you shot. Shot because he was within that zone, you know I felt there was leased departments have long used actors playing and instructional videos to train officers to deal with real life scenarios, but this can be. Pricey and not very realistic. People who make and sell virtual reality say the technology can improve training. If you play video games. You're probably familiar with VR. It's been around for a while, but we asked Wall Street Journal attack video game reporter Sara Needham, in to explain virtual reality is all encompassing. It's a matter of hardware so when you put on APR headset. Everything you see up down left right turnaround. Everything is in there virtual world one hundred percent. You cannot see anything else, so you feel very immersed the main difference between VR other video simulations you can actually interact with this computer generated three D world. It's so. That Sarah says you can get sucked in and lose yourself. I experienced this myself. playing a racing game where I was sitting down very low, and we felt like a cockpit of a vehicle, and as we went around the turns, I literally felt like we were going to crash into the wall, because I wasn't driving very well, and it scared me. For Police. It's not about the thrill or fear of race track. It's about learning how to lean into the fear and still be able to deal with it calmly. If you feel like you've done something before been in a situation before. You're better at knowing how to react. You can practice your actions in these potentially life, threatening situations and hopefully resolve altercations peacefully. We'll talk more about this in just a bit. It's one of the reasons that some of the biggest law enforcement groups in the country like the Los Angeles. Police Department are turning to Vr. The LAPD has a history connected to police, misconduct and misuse force. In Nineteen ninety-one. Were caught on tape brutally beating motorist Rodney. King a black, man. The officers acquitted of criminal charges sparking riots in Los Angeles. In the early two thousands. The department was put under Federal Investigation for. Engaging in a pattern or practice of excessive force, false arrests and unreasonable searches and seizures, the government came in with what's known as a consent decree to change the culture in the LAPD. Dr. Lou Pinella joined the department in the middle of all that in two thousand five. The Rodney King incident put a laser focus on LAPD, tactics and training as well. I believe that we have continued to expand on that every year, both by how we work with our community and the training that we offer. She's the director of Police Training and education at the LAPD and she revamped its training. Process Department currently trains officers with something called a forced option simulator. It's often referred to as first generation. VR says it trains police in real life scenarios you walk into a room and one walls, completely blank and on their, we will project a scenario that an officer has to handle. Handle, it could be anything from a person in a park to a bank robbery to an office scenario, workplace violence scenario, something like that and officers will get a call, and they'll come into the room and and try to respond to what is in front of them. In the meantime, there's a instructor at the back of the room who be on a computer. Computer and as the scenario unfolding, they are able to branch in different directions, where either the officers are calming, the situation down, or it becomes more difficult to handle
"training officer" Discussed on V103
"Part of the blame. You can't fight fire with fire, and nobody ever called a Persian name and a wife not raise is about a mile A minute in the way that we live in is not getting better. You gotta know how to serve act crazy. I had a lot of my love. Carrie, You're going going to Santa Mira. Whenever you go crazy from you gotta pitch black. Think about going through security. Um, I hope I win. My candidate righted a wrong I'll call him now. You got the phone and five in the morning. You're waking up on to tell him where did they come to life again? Running That thing cost center going. We need him bad off. They know that we're probably get they know that anyway. Big and black and white way of life. They changed overnight. We gotta wait here. Make it count me, man. You know, you know what awaited such God put your head in the game when he's going to be much as I want my daughter out of the country, But we got to stand up for something. Every video I see on my cut. I got power. Now. I gotta say something. But if I do this for the Channel 1000 a month occasion with had a lot of people street the people are part of them together. We can get it about like our rebel by killing and I'm telling you what I think of that Danny trust, no hope. I was jumping out that we know, but it's half of a child got time to be Syrian Altaffer, no gang taking no more. That is going from change. They told everyone in the big bad white widow life changed overnight, but we gotta go. Wait here. I'm gonna make it. Count God, man training officer. The killer's issue in protest with regular people know that they wanted this car to depict What happened in Kobe. Nobody remember. It makes it just happened. One of your people is that we get it from his wicked. Just as I noted on because they give me made it back. Imagine people chant. I won't take a stand, but I extend it must not be breathing at it after you know that the way that I've never been a fan of police in my neighborhood, so it's only right that I get in there for a reason. Dad has to be. You mean we've got a power that we need to have. They don't want to win it in a minute. There's a problem with the way our life changed overnight. But we got some might as well hear. We don't have a year. Making me God is Man People say should be 103 on I love that right there. Big pitch a little baby people say should be one of three last night. BT awards kicked off last night.
President Trump's executive order criticized for not addressing racial bias
"A series of executive actions introduced this week in the rose garden by the president were aimed at curbing the use of deadly force by police encouraging a ban on chokeholds and setting up a database for police departments to share information on officers with the history of misconduct and excessive use of force so they aren't we hired elsewhere Jon Cohn is an ABC news contributor with an extensive background in law enforcement he told me the president's executive order could have done more I thought it was a missed opportunity you know I've worked in law enforcement and homeland security for thirty four plus years I've worked with police departments around the country I've been involved both the national level the local level present really had an opportunity to come out and make a strong statement saying basically police are vital to our society they protect our communities from violence and the need the people of this country will not tolerate individuals or police organizations allowing racial bias to influence the decision making officers aware these organizations and you know we're we're seeing a very strong statement being made by the people of this country through these protests as somebody who's very proud of that a police officer and who has worked closely with law enforcement officials you know across the country for years hi I really urge them and our elected leaders in Washington to listen Johns a former police officer and he worked with the department of homeland security knows a lot about law enforcement one of the questions that people I know ask about constantly as wide a police officers have to shoot to kill why can't we train people to shoot for the leg yes you might not be as is as accurate every time but white we you wouldn't have a person die I mean that's an interesting question I can just say that the way you're trained is if you're going to use lethal force if you're gonna use your firearm it's you're shooting to stop you're shooting to make the person who is a threat I'm incapable of taking those actions what you want but when shooting somebody in the legs do the same thing when that stopped that person if that was the goal positive it's really hard I mean I've been involved in shootings and you teach an officer to eighteen center mass because that is where you're going to have the highest likelihood of not only striking the individual but striking him in a way that stops them from doing whatever action is that Yasser deem to be a threat it's not easy particularly when you're in those situations to a team you know to hit a hand that may be carrying an item or or lack and that's why they train officers to essentially aim and nationally for the percent of mass I know when I've heard that over over again but in the case of of of ray sharp drops in in Atlanta if he had been shot in the foot he would have stopped it would have been as easy I understand that and I get that and then you would have done that but when they're talking about changing police training in police tactics is what I'm suggesting just completely out of there not something it would even be considered yeah I think I would be difficult I my belief is that where we have to focus our training is in the area of teaching officers how to at the initial point of a call I set the tone in that call so it doesn't escalate you you hear a lot of people talk about the idea of de escalation de escalating something that has already gotten ratchet up is very difficult so the key is making sure that an officer approaches a situation whether it's J. responding to a call for service or an interaction with somebody on the street at the an officer initiates that you handle that call in such a way so that it doesn't escalate to a situation requiring the use of force if you've lost control of the situation there's a high likelihood that the result is going to be something that isn't good so if you're drawing a gun in your firing you were in a life or death situation but a lot of these calls the officers approach the situation correlate they allow you to get under competitiveness role and then they use deadly force with deadly force wasn't necessary with someone's running away from you it doesn't matter where you you know it and you're shooting a gun at them it doesn't matter whether you're shooting game for their leg or their back you shouldn't be shooting your gun
"training officer" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Police officers are paid they can retire twenty years and they're paid hazard pay in that you know these sorts of things or or they are paid more because they do a dangerous job they also there's upgrade call hazard pay then you know delivery drivers for like dominoes and dance was the staff are more likely to be killed and police zero horse of a decade that's true yeah yep cab drivers truck drivers loggers the you know all these are more dangerous job so they should get paid more and get to retire at twenty right now they don't work for the government they don't have they don't have a public sector union from the you know but these when it when it comes to these sorts of things you would think the police I mean police are supposed to be in dangerous situations they're being paid more for dangerous situations this whole idea protect yourself I mean you're there to put the the police are there to protect citizens and people they are resting our citizens and I think that that part of it comes down to arrests are just so prevalent it baby you know it maybe doesn't have to be that way that's what I'm saying the majority of my time in the academy was spent doing aggressive physical training and watching video after video after video of police officers being murdered on duty I want to highlight this nearly everyone coming into law enforcement is bombarded with dash cam footage of police officers being ambushed and killed over and over and over colorless VHS mortality place cops screaming for help over their radios their bodies going limp as a pair of tail light speed away into a grainy black horizon in my case with commentary from an old racist cop who used to brag about assaulting black Panthers to understand why all cops are **** you need to understand one of the things almost every training officer told me when it came to using force quote I'd rather be judged by twelve than carried by six unquote meaning I'll take my chances in court rather than risk getting hurt we're able to think that way because police unions are extremely overpowered and because of that the generous concept of qualified immunity a legal theory which says a cop generally can't be held personally liable for mistakes that they make doing their job in an official capacity and that is the only thing so far that I've heard being proposed to actually try to change things for the better as far as this crazy system of cops that we have and that is apparently Justin a mosh has put forth some sort of legislation that should presumably get rid of qualified immunity if it goes through as proposed as I understand it that's something it's not ending the war on drugs.
"training officer" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I WANNA. Highlight this nearly everyone coming into law enforcement is bombarded with Dash Cam footage of police officers, being ambushed and killed over and over and over colorless VHS mortality place cops screaming for help over their radios, their bodies, going limp is a pair of tail, light speed away into greeny black horizon in my case with commentary from Old Racist Cop, who used to brag about assaulting black panthers to understand why all cops are bastards. You need to understand one of the things. Almost every training officer told me when it came to using force. Quote, I'd rather be judged by twelve then carry by six unquote meaning. I'll take my chances in court rather than risk getting hurt. We're able to think that way. Because police unions are extremely overpowered and because of. The. Generous concept of qualified immunity, a legal theory, which says a COP generally can't be held personally liable for mistakes that they make doing their job in an official capacity, and that is the only thing so far that I've heard being proposed to actually try to change things for the better as far as this crazy system of cops that we have, and that is apparently just in a mush has put forth some sort of legislation that should presumably get rid of qualified immunity if it goes through as you know, proposed as I understand it That's something. It's not ending a war on drugs, but something. There's more coming up here on free times covid nineteen thing has turned the world upside down regardless of what you believe about it. It has changed our lives, but what's not changed is that if you own a business,.
"training officer" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory
"Yeah I this is going to be. It's going to be one of those things that that lasts for a while I think you will be able to. They're gonNA live stream the private funeral today at noon all so those private at thought that's. WHY STREAMING! You can't go I thought this was kind of interesting times lane, which is one of the former officers that was charged in the death of George Floyd, he said up some website to solicit donations for his legal defense. Yeah I. Don't find that unusual I mean is what happens when someone is charged like set up a a gofundme page. I mean charge Floyd Setup what? He didn't set it up obviously but family up a gofundme page. And they've gotten something like fifteen million dollars by a by last count so well I think the family of George. Lloyd is a little different than the police officer that. Well this Thomas Lane is not the guy with the New York. WORKE COP right okay. Those those guys are going to get off. I'm just I'm just warning everyone, right? Remember, what I said about a Iheart furloughing those people that we just talked about that ninety day furlough I said now that's not gonNa that's not gonna be a place out, and and indeed I was right. This is how I'm telling you I will be right on this. This Thomas Lane is not going to be convicted of any of the serious charges. He might be convicted of some. Phony Baloney You know conduct unbecoming of a police officer, or whatever and have to pay a fifty dollar, fine or something like that. He is not going he's. His defense. is to be hey. My training officer my guy in charge. I asked twice. Do we need to? Should we roll him on his side? And he said No. We're good. Now. That's his defense. Any jury who sees that? Right or wrong I'm I'm not advocating one way or the other I'm just telling you how things are going to play out. A jury is going to see that and hear that argument. They're gonNA. Put themselves in in that guy's shoes. And they're going to say not guilty. I'm just telling you how it's GonNa turn out now I. Don't know when that happens. What happens for? For A are. Are they going to be? Riots are like maybe if that guy is found not guilty, but the other guy this. Guy. Trials are probably not gonNA run simultaneously. But you know Shaaban is the one that that will. Be The real telltale sign whether he's guilty or not guilty, but. Telling you, there's no way these other guys are going to be convicted of these of the serious stuff. I don't even know what they're charged with. Aiding and abetting murder this. They're not gonNA happen not going to happen. I'm telling you right now and I. I don't know we're going to see a repeat of the Rodney. King riots it all depends right on the main cop. If he gets off this thing that says Thomas Lane jumped in the ambulance and did CPR on on floyd really yeah, he called the ambulance. They said any jumped in the and did CPR. See this guy. You could take a sympathetic view of I know. That's not a popular opinion. Everyone got all he's guilty. Did you now, but you have to put yourself in this guy's shoes? He's new on the job right four days four days. He's four days in he goes. I don't know how things operate. You know. MAYBE THIS IS A. This is standard operating procedure. He's listening to his his training officer. And he asks twice. Should we roll him over onto his side and the Guy Says No. We're good. What's he gonNa do at that point. He's GonNa. I'm taking over the situation. You've been here for fifteen years on day four. Sorry I'm overriding ill. I mean. You have to look at this in a realistic this Shaaban Guy. I have no sympathy for this guy. I think it's obvious what was going on there. I think that. He and I'm not even sure he'll be convicted. Piggy should be, but I I don't know that he will be, but this other guy I think you could paint him in a very sympathetic light. And I think that people who are so angry the situation. If you have an open mind and you want to be honest, I think you might be able to I. Think you should be able to. Look at this lane. Guy Say he was caught up in something that and.
Democrats pledge transformative change with police reform bill
"Chen now we've got more on that legislation for sweeping law enforcement reform that's been introduced in Congress more tonight from WTOP's Mitchell Miller today on the hill the killing must stop the carnage must end house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer one of the Democrats who unveiled the legislation including the chair of the congressional black caucus Karen bass a profession where you have the power to kill should be a profession that requires highly trained officers who are accountable to the public the legislation would create a national registry to track abuses by police band police chokehold and step up police training bass as more than two hundred lawmakers in the house and Senate are supporting the legislation it's still unclear whether it will get enough support in the Republican controlled Senate to
"training officer" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Question invention that there's a restriction within the state patrol on Churchill calls trying what if you could elaborate on what the details are that and how that all began Ms there's a reason why that hasn't spread to other law enforcement agencies well the patrol basically has a a clear practices and guidelines and requirements that the carotid artery holder that is a hold that socially compresses the artery so that a person loses consciousness and that cannot be used for the purposes of subduing a person for forgetting a person to accept arrest so cannot be used for those purposes and the same is said or what you think of as a chokehold which surprise oxygen to to a person the policy doesn't allow when the officers life is in danger in essence that particular use but only in the very limited circumstances and it's a strong policy and I believe it has been issued to an end and I'm glad that the patrol is leading this effort some I I don't know the full scope of where this is used and not use as far as policies are doctors who are training officer today about this my best the survey is it some of police forces do have this restriction but some do not and I believe we have to have a state wide restriction on the use of this given the nature of this of this danger and so I think it needs to be consistent in needs to be lawful it has to be enforceable and has to include both city county and state agencies so I'm gonna promote that idea and I hope that we are successful.
Demonstrators Demand Police Reform in Minneapolis
"The city of Minneapolis is now promising changes within its police department demonstrators demands for change speaking city policy the Minneapolis city council approved a ban on all police chokehold and is now required to report in on authorize use of force by fellow officers Minneapolis city council president Lisa Bender we tried for many years to revise our use of force policies it hasn't been enough and there's no going back California banned state police from training officers to use
Miami Beach commissioners to review use-of-force policy
"Of of force force of of force force policies policies force force policies policies policies policies under under policies policies the the under under microscope microscope under under the the microscope microscope the the under under microscope microscope the the microscope microscope at at police police at at police police at at precincts precincts police police at at precincts precincts police police precincts precincts across across precincts precincts across across across across South South across across South South Florida Florida South South Florida Florida South South following Florida Florida following Florida Florida George following George following Floyd's George Floyd's George death Floyd's death Floyd's Miami death Miami death beach Miami beach Miami commissioners beach commissioners beach commissioners want commissioners to want hear want to from hear to want hear police from to from hear police chief police from chief Richard police chief Richard chief Clements Richard Clements Richard Clements at Clements their at June their at June their twenty at June their twenty fourth June twenty fourth meeting twenty fourth meeting fourth to meeting take to meeting an take to in take an depth to in an take depth in look an depth in look at depth look their use at look their at use of their force use at of their force use policy of force policy of force policy to policy see to how see to see how involved to how see involved how involved it is involved it is and it is and if it is anything and if anything and if needs anything if needs anything to be needs to changed be needs to changed be to changed be eliminated changed eliminated eliminated or eliminated or added or added or added to added ensure to ensure to best ensure to best ensure practices best practices best practices practices one of the one disciplinary of one the disciplinary of the one disciplinary of the process disciplinary process process sees process sees and how sees and transparent how sees and transparent how and transparent how transparent are they are are they they so are they so that so that if so that something if that if something were something if to were something happen were to happen to were happen to we happen can we reassure we can reassure can we the reassure can public the reassure public the public the public that that that things that were things procreating things were procreating were things procreating were procreating it's not it's not it's that not it's there's that not that a there's remedy there's that a remedy a there's remedy for a remedy for it for it for commissioner it commissioner it commissioner Ricky commissioner Ricky Arriola Ricky Arriola Ricky Arriola Arriola says says they says also they says also they want also to they take want also to want a take look to take want a at look to a the take look at six a the at look six the at six pillars the six pillars of pillars policing of pillars policing of policing of policing building building trust building trust building trust policy trust policy policy and oversight policy and oversight and oversight and technology oversight technology technology and technology social and social and media social and media social media community media community community relations community relations relations relations training training training an training officer an officer an officer wellness an officer wellness wellness wellness
"training officer" Discussed on Cyber Security Weekly Podcast
"Say a very difficult for the average person to understand or even the average policymakers sitting in Treasury as opposed to defense and the broad based implications of this pandemic actually provide us as a nation with the most potent reminder. that. You can think both of the need to consider a very broad range of issues, international and diplomatic military, but also economic education and John was referring to. How does Al Federal System Work? What is this whole of nation pace and I'll I'll dark down into one thing that Interest by John and myself, which is what the role of Australia's military's S We sold through the bushfire. Is He talked about the resilience of our our country, just lynching out of a drought having gone through a extraordinary bushfire season. It shot up that in in some ways e could. List they. The tools that the federal government has into sort of three casings, and one is finances, and we're saying that fly out at the moment in terms of using that welfare lever the other tool is law, and then physically the capability that the federal government has to deploy ease the the military, the Australian Defence Force, and that had some pretty significant implications, not October three of them that would be of interest to the audience. The first is a very significant impact on the human capability. The idea sorry salt is silent. Saints the beginning of the Bush is we've seen a lot of people called out an extraordinary Colette of reserves, but also a looking of. A lot of people to be working on providing that support to to the bushfires, and now the pandemics Cosa caused down training exercises at so that means that we've pretty much got the best part of Ye of skills training. This is recruit training dry training officer training for the military, which is the thing that provides the military with stills. Has Been. Put on hold has pain pushed aside the this is a very significant thing that is actually going to impact on the people that we have and having cold, the reserves and now. Having eightieth members, manning coal centers, and helping adding in factories and so on. They might be a sense that we've got an unlimited raizal in the military, but we only have a few thousand people in out at offense falls, so if you have them doing civil roles, they then we don't have that resource to provide the military role. Will the military response to deal with these other issues as they arise, and so that brings me to is a second issue, which is the impact on military capability so great. Support Particularly Aviation in a lift support through the bush FIS. will much that capability was spent in providing support to the bushfires. So. What does that main will visit?.
Chicago: At least 4 challengers seek to unseat Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx
"The four candidates who want to replace Kim Foxx's cook county state's attorney squared off in a debate Saturday Bob Fioretti says something that would help is a better trained police force we need to improve relationships with it by having better trained officers just like we need here in the states very better hiring better practice better discipline incumbent state's attorney Kim Foxx says maybe it's time for some changes not exactly in the police department but the fraternal order of police the leadership of the F. O. P. who has been an endorser of president trump and the status quo as choosing in these times of violence in our communities to focus their attention on petty squabbles the other two candidates who want fox's jobber both former prosecutors bill Conway and Donna more
New Rules Will Govern Investigations of Police Shootings in Washington
"Police officers in our state are being trained in the art of threat management in hopes of reducing incidents in which they must use deadly force while that training takes hold the new rules will govern deadly force investigations more on that from call most Corwin Hey hundred changes mandated by voter approved I nine forty the state will seek to ensure an independent panel of detectives investigates any case in which an officer use of deadly force such a panel would operate separately from an agency's own internal investigation former king county sheriff's two RAR is executive director of the Washington criminal justice training commission she says the effort really starts with training officers to manage any threats to their safety or others when you're driving down the freeway you do all your own little threat management with other cars on the freeway and so for a police officer in the field they have to just be constantly thinking about what might be what might be happening around me that I I don't want to lose track of the training also emphasizes de escalation and mental health awareness when a deadly force investigation is called for the model will be Snohomish county's multiple agency response team or smart the training commission proposes up to fifteen such regional investigative
Police Shootings: The Data and the Damage Done
"It's been five years since the high profile shootings of several unarmed black teenagers and men which launched the black lives matter movement. Thousands of people protested saying cops a using unnecessary force. The death sparked national debate. About what exactly was going on in in police departments with some saying this is a systemic problem and other saying no that's not right. A recent Pew survey found that around around forty percent of the public and about two-thirds of offices interviewed thought that these deaths were just quote isolated incidents this whole anti-police rhetoric is based on a lie. There is no data. There's no research that proves any of that nonsense none but despite this police departments have been doing all kinds of things to respond to the deaths and the protests police departments are employing. A new tactic body mounted video camera. Sacramento Police Department has been doing implicit bias. Training officers and recruits are required to attend an eight hour implicit bias. Course course meanwhile it feels like we're still seeing a lot of black people being killed at the hands of police like just a few weeks ago. Brad Attach Yana. Jefferson was shot in her home in Texas. Jefferson had been playing video games with her eight year old nephew. She was gunned down right in front of him so today on the show. What can you research tell us about police shootings in the US? And what can police departments be doing to save. Lives do implicit bias. Training Body Cams actually help when it comes to police shootings there are a lot of opinions. But then there's science okay so when you want to know the science of what is happening with all these police shootings you have to know that. We don't have good data here as no official database that tallies all the people in the US who was shot and killed by police so without officials stats media organizations like The Washington Post have started counting. And here's what they found about a thousand people in the US a killed by police each year. Roughly half of those don't have a gun and while all white people do get killed by cops your two to three times more likely to be killed by police in the US. If you're black an every researcher that we spoke told us that this wasn't just on the cops so for example is difference is partly explained by the fact that because of the history of this country black people are more likely to live in places with gun violence and cops a more likely to be assigned to these neighborhoods. So when idea is that if a lot of cops are interacting and with more black people than white people in the rare times that cops do draw their weapons. There's a greater chance that the person on the other end of the barrel will be black eh but lots of people in the. US think that something else is going on here to racial bias or racism among cops ups. So how widespread is that what feels like a messy and politically charged. Question can actually be answered with science. Hi My name is Jennifer Eberhardt and I work at Stanford. University Jennifer is a professor of social psychology. The and in two thousand fourteen. She started working with the Oakland police. Department to analyze their data on stops and searches and she was basically asking the question. But when you look at the data cops stopping and searching more black people. She looked at more than twenty thousand stops from five hundred police officers and she said there was a clear pattern. They stopped way. More African Americans in the same was true for the searches and when they when when they did the searches like what did they find. Were black people like more likely to have weapons or drugs no no. They weren't in Oakland Oakland. Black men was searched four times more often than white men despite the fact they would know more likely to have weapons or drugs. The white guys a similar trend was found for Latinos. And this isn't just Oakland. One big study published just the analyzed. Almost a hundred million police stops from twenty eight different states all across the the US and they found similar patents and these differences. They often stuck around. Even after you control for the crime rate
Florida teachers can now carry guns inside the classroom
"Today teachers in Florida are allowed to bring guns into the classroom governor Rhonda Santa signed the bill into law in may it comes less than two years after the deadly high school shooting in parkland we're seventeen people were killed the log builds on a guardian program adopted by school districts after the massacre permitting teachers who volunteer to be armed to carry those guns on school grounds many of the state's districts have backed away from participating in the pro. Graham in favor of having trained officers on campus that includes several of the state's largest districts any teacher that does carry a weapon must be trained by law
Some Florida teachers can now carry guns inside the classroom
"Today teachers in Florida are allowed to bring guns into the classroom governor Rhonda Santa signed the bill into law in may it comes less than two years after the deadly high school shooting in parkland we're seventeen people were killed the log builds on a guardian program adopted by school districts after the massacre permitting teachers who volunteer to be armed to carry those guns on school grounds many of the state's districts have backed away from participating in the program in favor of having trained officers on campus that includes several of the state's largest districts in. a teacher that does carry a weapon must be trained by law
"training officer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Fun park did you bring the ticket packages I did yep so if you come by our booth here to great Indiana state fair right outside the poor content on the backstretch of the track we will give you two tickets while they last for two rods for the the Solomon express over there with a couple officers here I noticed that your your breeding hard on it that you're a little bit nervous you know your family is is always respected department of natural resources because we've had such a face to face experience with them yes we have good people with me is lieutenant Angela Goldman yeah and the field training officer rhyme a call in they both look familiar Hey guys thanks for coming into I'm going to ask you some questions because because the questions that we always are always ask in our own ponds can we fish without a license yes all right on our own property can we hunt without a license yes yes all right now Ryan we've got these new license for archery and for crossbow I can't believe we can hunt with crossbows I mean that's yeah that's sort of cool all right tell me about that process is there a training for shot gun we have to learn how to use you know for gun safety what we do for archery and crossbows right so we do have a hunter education class we recommend all ages to take you know we teach our tree safety farm safety hunter ethics conservation so you know that's definitely a safety there we go if that's the focus that's what's gonna be yeah Angie I was at I'm sorry listening to all this is that okay you seem warmer I live one do I seem pretty common right right right right because you know no I'm used to breaking the rules and I can look in a line of people straight on the voice Gallo and never breaks this call meridians can I kill abuse of my property and if the goose is on my property and I got goose poop all around the pond get aggressive to my family hasn't nested what's the rules with a good that's a pretty loaded question there's a there's a lot of options there and a lot of what ifs.
Officer, Training Officer And Tara Sullivan discussed on Ben Shapiro
"A northern California rookie police officer was killed during a domestic violence, call twenty six year old Sacramento police officer Tara Sullivan, graduated from the academy less than seven months ago, she responded with our training officer Wednesday night to help woman, escape and alleged domestic violence situation. What enter the home began firing
"training officer" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Talk radio five sixty love this audience love this audience. So we're talking about Washington Post hit piece on the military. That's what this is. It's a hippies they've been able to open up some documents that were kept quiet freedom of information. Got the documents that evolves recruits in the military complaining about their about their drill instructors, one drill instructor apparently was all over a particular marine recruit. So this is a female drill instructor all over a female recruit, because that recruit during a formation exercise the recruit encouraged her fellow recruits to slow down slow down. She got trouble for this. She got trouble for telling her to slow down, and that she was caught writing letters that night. To a former reserve training officer about the incident. And she got further trouble for that. At this is there's one item this is probably the quote, unquote, the worst the worst where another recruit was told to put soiled underwear over her head now. I don't know what listen that's what she said happened for that. She filed a complaint, and I'm hearing from you at four would five eight zero eight fifty six hundred. So let's go to Heather, Heather, it seems as, if we have a lot of these incidents that have reported on involving female drill instructors, and female recruits here, you are. Former marine talk to us about this, and thanks for checking in. Okay. Okay. Well, thank you for having me. Military family. So I. A brother who's currently serving. The navy and two sisters who were Jewish doctors who retired from the Marine Corps. It's a voluntary thing. The Marine Corps camp is hardest bootcamp period. If you go into the Marine Corps out, and you want to go into army. Because you've already been to the hardest one. So as far as I'm concerned. Then you just off out, you can have.
"training officer" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Katie green on talk radio five sixty. Love this audience love this audience. So we're talking about Washington Post hit piece on the military. That's what this is. It's a hit piece. They've been able to open up some documents that were kept quiet freedom of information got the documents that involves recruits in the military complaining about their about their drill instructors, one drill instructor apparently was all over a particular marine recruit. So this is a female drill instructor all over a female recruit, because that recruit during a formation exercise the recruit encouraged her fellow recruits to slow down slow down. She got in trouble for this. She got in trouble for telling everybody to slow down, and that she was caught writing letters that night. To a former reserve training officer about the incident. And she got in further trouble for that. At this is there's one item this is probably the quote, unquote, the worst the worst where another recruit was told to put soiled underwear over her head now. I don't know what. Listen, that's what she said happened for that. She filed a complaint, and I'm hearing from you at four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred. So let's go to Heather, Heather, it seems as, if we have a lot of these incidents that have reported on involving female drill instructors, and female recruits here, you are. Former marine talk to us about this, and thanks for checking in. Okay. Well, thank you for having me. I come from a military family. So I, I have a brother, who's currently serving in the mind, clarify sisters curly, Soviet the navy and two sisters who are Jewish doctors who retired from the Marine Corps, and it's a voluntary thing. Who it the Marine Corps camp is the hardest bootcamp period. If you go into the Marine Corps get out, and you want to go into boot camp because you've already been to the hardest one. So as far as I'm concerned if you don't want to do it. Then you just off out. You can have why complain you don't have to write letters of complaint. Just leave..
"training officer" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Covering law enforced, but veteran really two decades of experience ranging street level patrols to feel training officer to instructor he's hundreds of hours of specialized training and certification and adult learning concepts and curriculum creation active shooter response weaponless defense tactics firearms tactics and many others in terms of active shooter response and weaponless defense tactics. This will often be case, let's say you're in a mall somewhere, or perhaps at church synagogue, mosque whatever most people walk around fully, armed and people doing attacking are usually armed what tips do you have at that point. Obviously don't go as a general rule running up to a gunman who is actively shooting away. Correct. Although funny enough that really exactly what we saw exactly the San Diego shooting that was very brave, but I must say that was hardly an example of what to do. Correctly. So one of the things that we really talk about his critics vitamin k off of disruption in a resistant. So what does that mean for people, and we'll take we'll take the place of worship as an example, the things that are allowing you right? Whether you have a bible what he had a Koran whether you have songbook what all those things around you. If you have a congregation of ten fifteen people in someone like this walks in and e starts start getting pelted with these boats and yelling and screaming people getting up and running out. You wanna create as much chaos that other person they're trying to create for you? Start to equalize what we call the control of that scenario control of that scene. Now, if you're much more by yourself with just maybe you or your family, you're in a place like supermarket or something again, put him items throw yellow screen state get outta there. Charging is not necessarily always the best. But given certain circumstances and certain mindset, if you're close person, you're the ability to attack all to hit this to do something. We've we've seen over the years. And if the I did a recent study back all the people who did so rand scream charge them through something did something to engage in some sort of an acting. They were successful eighty percent of the time and the other times that usually occur in sort of injury. However, it was much much better than doing nothing. Well, that's remarkable. So sometimes just being passive. It's the worst thing to do. I guess in a very weird way did becoming that way. What we've seen when we studied Dr shooters MRs in schools in in outside of businesses at malls, get asked what? If I'm passive play dead. Unfortunately, hostage situation, if the very birth to active killing situation, and so we found those who tried to play dead that the shooter's will come back and shoot them again, and again to ensure that people are dead in heinous as that is the mice of these types of people getting for that computer terrorist is all about, unfortunately, the amount of people they get hurt in scene, sometimes the media covered or to get their grief or their their sense of control out..
"training officer" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Once they got to the hospital, and this is afterwards after he's already recovering. Warm cars have played it. He's at ninety three degrees. So that's when you're going. Action. Really he couldn't remember his own phone number couldn't use his hands. And if you pay attention some of the detail the video so what Alex does he grabs a dog leash from the initial caller who small world, actually. No, so her and her partner out there and saw going the lake, and they weren't really sure I because you couldn't see for that. That goes out in because of the waves. There's rated formations of ice there that we're sort of peaks and valleys, huge slippery threats. And everything. So when he went over he was in his he describes about waist deep water. And and he's got the dog. And he's now he can't get out. So he starts reversing the shore. And so now he starts going exits while we're down there. So as he's going getting further further to water, so he's at that point where they extract him. He's in his water up to in the water to shoulders, and and so now by the time all this happens. The police arrive in seeing and. They're talking with the the initial caller there even doubting. They're like we don't hear him. We don't see him can't seem for your ad. And if you stand on the shore where we're initially wouldn't you could not see him from his point. So now, he's you know, that could be a very bad day. So if your friend who was also walking her dog had not seen him fallen because she was the one who called it Lord knows. I it's so and even in talking with her. They were again, they weren't sure. And so at which point in the talk about all things happening for reason Eric through his dog up on the shore. And they see the dog pop up. So they all they all. Move to that dog served as sort of the beacon lists nowhere, Eric and back to Anna's point here to Sean the officers got a lot of training and a lot of areas, but not in this type of rescue operation. They're just like anybody else at this point. They're waiting it. Right. Absolutely. And I know Alex was talking about that in previous interviews mentioned. What was he gonna use Andrew Larson? One of our field training officers and other sharp guy as soon as they got there. And you're picturing this is a desolate play front. He ran up and jumping he pulled on a tree branch about an eight foot tree branch. And then he was there. If you see in the back on the video, he's kind of just throwing it down as kind of form the, and it's not something that we trained for is not something. But yet if you if you pay attention the video, they of did it all together and a human chain, essentially, still, but they, but they way they described it. And this puts even more perspective. They said they were there was sort of the icebreaking beneath their feet as credit crunch their way out to his location. Correct. Yeah. And if you watch so. So they all come to the lakeshore different points. And at that beach foster beach it had frozen out some distance we're guessing after trying to figure out hundred feet out or whatever the case is stepping through it, and you can see an as is happening. Hey, careful I felt to the ice here or whatever. And they just kept moving kept moving, and they converge lack some lock arms some great each other spelled some grab each other's equipment. And then they try to get as low as possible. And then they're giving him direction. And and at which point they made a loop with the dog leash because again, you don't have your fingers. You can't there's nothing to it. So they made them put his arm through and they just try to get your arm, and they just they manhandled him out a little bit out and they got him out. And I mean, he's physically exhausted emotions. And then, but that's not the that's not the end of it because Adamo capo destroy his car right up onto the beach. You just four wheel it right up there. He's got the heat going. Oh my gosh. He wants to lay down there. Like you got to keep moving keep over. They give. Right and just to keep going mindset and again because we're talking later his core. Temperature's ninety three degrees. It was you know, sure. So they give us dog. I mean, these are things that just it's amazing for comfort. They wanna make sure you don't make sure he knows recognizes because the dog was literally the for frozen and nine month old small dog. I don't know. I don't know. And so and they give it to him. They throw him in into car. He's heating up and the ambulance yesterday. Transmitted the ambulance a warm blanket, and and just take it from there. Perfectly fine. He. Yeah. He very nice guy. His wife is wife's his wife's dazzled police officer in Rockford small world dialogue degrade great deal with his parents, they live five hours away. And they were very appreciative. All very good people. And I can't stress enough. I I would have done exactly the same thing. I can't say what have you? Everyone's sorta judging guessing gosh jump in after your dog and. I don't know. Yeah. Twenty twenty. It's real easy to say that. But I mean paddling for life. And and I'll say I'll say this. This is to emphasize these guys. Washed the video it is emotional terrain. The ability to supervisors we watch these body cameras all the time. And it's actually part of the things we're supposed to supervisors there's this one. There's another one another recent rescue where are Parker pulls a guy out of the lake. There's another one where we had a guy talked off a roof that was going to jump off a roof. Like Hollywood, it's a made an ordinary human beings doing superhero type feats and rising to the occasion. Right without hesitation. I'm very very proud to worm. What what a great one other lesson out there for all you youngsters. There are plenty of places to walk. Your dog inland told don't tempt fate. He says that now the man who says you saved his life. He credits credits you that he said even when he was in the water. I am not going to last any longer. I will die here. If I don't get found. He even tried to get his own cell phone, even though he said his fingers, the hands were numb. Yeah. He couldn't. And he said for sometime afterwards. Good month after his he still at tingling. I mean, I think he's fully recovered now. But he was very the guys that a great job. I mean, I it speaks to a sergeant you get three field training officers. You got to recruit another I. You got to recruit who's on the street just for weeks and seamless seamless. It's I could not be more proud of this cows work today. You're well. Training. Yeah. In a more perfect or ideal scenario that we're warmer weather in the water. Wasn't that bad? I mean, could you have had time to call an official rescued division. That has official quipped -ment. Sure. Yeah. I mean, so we've got so many miles lakefront we've got to Chicago police in unit, right? We have the fire department, and we also have the coastguard, and they all deployed differently. Save. They all deployed differently. So, but it's all relative to who's going to be there in the closest ones, and we're always going to be the first ones there, and it's not an uncommon situation for any lakefront district. You're on there and seen and we had one in twenty four within the last boy when it was still warm. If I'm not mistaken, it was a fatal and somebody who they they gear somebody's stayed on shore they jumped in and they swam out, and it was a rough weather breath. And we want to losing somebody. We save somebody in Las somebody. So it's going to be those first responders, and it's going to be in. It could be any one of these guys and the next day the next day these guys all went out. It's funny. They have a friend family friend, who is a parachute rigger, which is a person who deals and makes parachute. So they all went there and they purchased their own rescue for this specific purpose designed purchase their own one hundred foot of web of different color, web with new sewn in handles, whatever cases and a clip on the end. And now they all carry they learned their lesson. Just like anything else turn kits and stuff. It's something they kind of took on their own recognizing. There might not be somebody there next time with a dog leash. It's a moment to reflect on what the men and women of CPA do every day. You think about how often you put your own lives before others without even thinking in situations like this. We just saw at that situation with the horrible situation. Englewood a couple of days ago with that drive-by shooting outside the baby shower, and I mean, you had several kids who were shot you ended dulzura shot police officers in the true sense of the word of being first responders likely help save that little boy as well who was shot multiple times and immediately rendered aid to him the medic said that they were able to stabilize quickly because of the work they had done, and you just think about about what you guys are doing. Yeah. I'm not one hundred percent familiar with that particular case, I know those training law enforcement based training that we started a few years ago. And and the idea the concept behind it a self aid, buddy aid. And it's something that we we stole from the Marine Corps overseas. So it was a pilot program. I think Ralph cruise was designed and put out there, and it's been tremendously fantastic as far as. It's been a win will say it's a win. And it's a little bit beyond you dial nine one one for every single problem. Right. And so it's another thing that we were finding ourselves doing if saves one life, it's worth it. Just speaks to the many many many different types of hats every officer. Whereas every time he or she walks out the door, it's enforcement its peacekeeping. It's saving. It's so many different things and not everything can be planted advan. Yeah. You have a player try to have a plan for everything and and indefinitely whenever you have some kind of situation you can learn from it. And then after action that's the old saying if you wanna make God laugh, telomere plans. I know right. Instead of these officers get some sort of something something in the paycheck or a little little some other than the honor of people recognizing that. I'm sure at the end of the month. I'm sure it'll be there. It's a really nice thing. The mayor actually recognize phone call. She call him down to call each one. Personally. I'd also city council recognize them. What gave the stories more lakes, which was great bring it to you guys attention, and thanks again for allowing me to tell the story. No, Chicago police memorial foundation. They they honor an officer fosters every month as an author the month, and they so they got him in his quickly as they could because good work that's being done. So there's there's no short supply of people that they like to honor. I had the pleasure of also drafted an award former lifesaving award, which is department second highest work. So they're the group it's been approved. So they'll be receiving that at a later date. And it's great Ethan firm and funny because every time becomes these different recognition ceremonies brings like fifty people. It's. Anytime coppers, you know, get involved in something like this. I kind of pushed on them. And so you make sure you bring your family. Exactly, you take a beating. Beating every day. And and it, but it's important that they see the good that you do. Their wages. So much good. These guys do every single. It's you know, we'll take the win. Just a little bit of at commanded. Sean. Thank you so much for coming on shared a story. And thank you to your your officers who perform this courageous to save a man's.
"training officer" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"I mean, that's that's my thought process at the time. Oh, sure. I bet it was. So I was curious about that. Because I can tell you a lot of times the Mets doctors seemed to be contract to physicians that have nothing to do with the military physicians as you're exiting the service and heavy ran into those situations. They don't seem to communicate well or read the same regulations. So that's why I was curious about that. Yeah. Anyway. So after service that you end up transitioning as Elliot then. Yeah. I spent I spent a good girl. Several years bouncing around travelling hiking climbing and then doing private security stuff in between just to make money to do trips in g ever go into anything within the ellios as far as like swat or anything like that. Or was it just all yes? So once I got into law enforcement of started out. Out on patrol in because of the unit. I was in the Marine Corps was a lot better trained than most of the guys. I got on swat right away. After I got off probation got in the swat. I've worked detective bureau. I'm a field training officer. I really got hooked into the training aspect. Just because one it, you know, to to teach us to learn again. So yeah, anytime I can regurgitate that information in show somebody I'll learn a little bit more about it a little bit more about myself in a better way to deliver it, and I just fell in love with that. And that's that's kinda high went down the training route, very cool. Now, how is it that you in Paul linked up, then so when I got on the swat they insisted I didn't take any other classes because I had all these documented classes from the Marine Corps. And I knew that not to be factual I needed to update my training. So I went down to a place in south Texas code rifles only in its training facility. And when in there after I kept taking classes. Down there. And they ended up hiring me to be an adjunct instructor. So I ended up doing a bunch of scoped rifle precision stuff for them. And we had a bunch of guys come in through pre deployment or even pre sniper school stuff just to get worked up. So that they had a higher success rate. And that's how Paulin I linked up through that training school. That was a really fortuitous for me to meet you at that point. Because I was I thought I knew a lot about shooting in the long range game. And I went down to rivals only. I almost down. There was a train up then a competition immediately following an I was unbe. Our seriously humbled, and it'd been awhile since somebody had on me with gun. So it was really cool to get out there and trained with Andrew. And then we did a few more classes down there together. And you know, his his training philosophies real similar to mine, although he's much more meticulous. So yeah, he sort of became my my go-to guru guy for anything shooting related or tactically related because you know, he's the best soundboard for me personally. That's big time coming from you. I think. Yeah. That's it makes me feel good. When somebody like Paul says something like that. It was fun. Oh, yeah. Well, you know, not many people that you can trust, you know, for really advanced practical stuff that's gonna work that aren't going to try and tell you gimmick. So I always know what I'm getting from Andrew, and it's always gonna be the best stuff..
Eric Garner, Officer Daniel Pantaleo and NYPD discussed on Sean Hannity
"Evening I'm Lisa g while must've you love Facebook or at least your kids do, but Wall Street didn't give it a like today the company had the worst. Day in Wall Street history, plummeting nineteen percent racing. More than one hundred billion dollars in value this report is being brought to you by. BMW of freehold dot com where customers are for, their friends and families they NYPD has finally, begun disciplinary proceedings against. Officer Daniel Pantaleo some four years. After the death of Eric garner on Staten Island and mayor de Blasio says that he. Told Eric Garner's mother that her, son did not die in vain Wednesday. Night the mayor was. Confronted by Gwen, car at a. Town hall meeting on Staten Island. Asking if he'd agree to hold all the officers responsible for her son's death. I said to her straightforward there's two officers involved that's a determination NYPD made early on and I respect that there will. Be due process. There will be a public trial de Blasios. Says the incident led. To changes in training officers four interactions with civilians he. Did not die in vain Is a tragedy that also opened, up a lot of is led, to a lot of change garner died while being. Arrested in two thousand fourteen officer Daniel Pantaleo and sergeant. Kizzie donnas facing the hearings James flippin for seven ten w. o.. R. UFC fighter Conor McGregor is avoiding jail time for the bra last spring at Brooklyn's Barclays center he accepted a. Plea deal cops Long Island or looking for clues. In the fatal shooting of a female college student and her boyfriend police say twenty one year old Livia Degray goalie west Islip, discovered shot dead in the driver's seat of her car. Outside a. House on Lakeway drive her twenty two year old boyfriend Anthony Saint Hilaire had been, shot nearby and died at a hospital police say he lived near the scene. And according to Facebook Degray, goalie was a student. At Suffolk County community college police searching, for answers where you're encouraging and asking the public. For any information on this case I'm Jennifer Sony, for seven ten w. o. r. a. New, Jersey restaurant owner was. Fatally shot in front of his As the two delivered food early this morning and. Patterson cops are investigating New Jersey transit is asking the, public near the tracks to work with them to solve crimes nj transit. Is partnering with the social media next door it connects community members Joe Pacelli with the app says anyone who lives. Within a mile of train tracks, can sign up for transit's group the goals to reduce accidents suicides and deter crime nj transit police chief Chris Zillow says officers will be posting tips, on the, app regarding theft and trespassing we're going to do our best to supply them with information about tips on what to look. For information with had a report suspicious behavior at Newark Penn station I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten w. o. r. a new, investigation from USA today says the US is the most dangerous place to give birth into develop world citing maternal mortality rates in the. Rate at which, mothers get injured during or. After childbirth the study says much of it boils down to hospitals not following long known.