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"john lacey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"john lacey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Produced by social security at US taxpayer expense Kansas police officer shot and killed while responding to a hit and run go to the park police departments containers for your prayers something like this is very hard overland park police spokesman John Lacey major airlines now requiring passengers to wear masks amid the covert nineteen pandemic jet blue will start requiring a mask or some other face covering tomorrow and at least seven other airlines will be following suit over the coming week American delta United southwest Alaska Verizon and frontier will all forced passengers to cover their faces while going through ticketing waiting by the gate as they board and during the entire flight the flight attendants union has pushed for the new rules it says to learn fifty flight attendants have tested positive for the corona virus and video recently posted on social media shows some flights are packed with no social distancing but the more typical scene is a plane with almost nobody on it air travel has plummeted ninety five percent over the last year the average number of passengers on domestic flights right now is seventeen fox is Dan Springer barber shop owner Bob Martin in Snohomish Washington giving haircuts again openly defying a state wide state home water telling Q. thirteen fox in Seattle he's open again because the local sheriff won't be enforcing that order I don't believe that what we're being told this is true and correct they finally take my license away or not renewed on operate.

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"john lacey" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"john lacey" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Nineteen you've had the people of that gotten sick they're getting better and they're all getting better and you can't make it work I don't want to work frankly if they're not feeling right Mr trump also saying he thinks a vaccine for covert nineteen will be available by the end of the year the time warp warnings to be careful about re opening some states after coronavirus lockdowns Dr Thomas Ingalls bee is with Johns Hopkins University overall the country we're still a long way to go but the states are in very different places and some states a small minority of states are beginning to to get closer to the White House metrics of two weeks decline Dr Ingalls be on NBC's meet the press more tough talk continuing from secretary of state Mike Pompeii on the role China is played in the spread of covert nineteen remember China has a history of infecting the world and they have a history of running sub standard laboratories these are not the first time that we've had a world exposed to viruses the result of failures in the Chinese lab and so while the intelligence committee continues to do its work they should continue to do that and verify so that we are certain I can tell you that there is a significant amount of evidence that this came from that laboratory in water secretary Pompey on ABC's this week a Kansas police officer shot and killed while responding to a hit and run call he was in uniform from my understanding and he was just trying to stop a suspect from hit run accident we don't know if he's intoxicated on it which we don't know right now it's too early to say still early in the investigation overland park police spokesman John Lacey America is listening to fox news tiger king was a pop culture phenomenon but there's more to this story now Nancy grace goes inside the jaw dropping series asking the unanswered questions did J. O. exotic the card is there any doubt in.

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Taylor Swift, David And Iowa discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Taylor Swift, David And Iowa discussed on Donna and Steve

"Learn and I am a man who told police that he traveled to westerly Rhode Island because he was hoping it was the pop star Taylor swift was arrested near the singer's home carrying a backpack containing more than thirty lock picks a baseball bat and several other burglary tools David page a little of the more in Iowa was arrested after residents in the watch hill village reported seeing someone suspicious near the boat yard little was charged with possession of burglary tools in possession of prohibited weapon other than a firearm according to online jail records which was not at the house of the time a little rest chief John Lacey of the west Philly police department confirmed that in reports I thank god for those

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Police warn of social media challenge daring kids to disappear for days

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

Police warn of social media challenge daring kids to disappear for days

"Forty eight hour missing challenge, which is a potential new social media challenge that encourages teens to go missing for forty eight hours to gain social media attention. I don't understand how that works necessarily. Because if you're going missing not posting on social media. How is that? Then going to make you social media like get you social media attention. I don't understand granted the social media trend of setting yourself on fire was so stupid. Like, I don't know this one might be worse. I'm not really sure kitchen on fire though is awful. Anyway, this fear may be unwarranted though. According to the fact checking websites. Nope. Stott calm. The challenge is. Hoax. So thank God. The forty eight hour missing challenge appears to be an offshoot a main nother social media dare known as the game of seventy two God, I all because I have not heard of any of these. But these sounds so dumb anyway game. Seventy two is where kids are encouraged to go missing for seventy two hours with the same goal of gains social media attention. Both challenges were hoaxes though, according to snow dot com. So gosh, good. That's really dumb. If you're got. There are so many dumb challenges the tide pod challenge bird box challenge. I I understand why parents would probably concerned because they've heard of all these really stupid challenges. And then they're probably like oh forty-eight hour missing challenge. That's also really dumb. But they did all these other ones. So maybe that's just how it is. Now. Maybe the kids are just not thinking. Yeah. I could see a parents might think this is true. But this is really this is a terrible hoax. This is really mean to parents that probably so concerned. Apparently the challenge is where teens would encourage to go missing for forty eight hours with the goal to see if a missing missing post for them would show up on social media. I see that's still so dump according to officer John lacy who was part of a police department in Kansas. He said to be honest with you. I didn't imagine it could get worse. Yes. Yeah. That's fair. That's pretty bad. Apparently, the challenge was circulating on Facebook. And officer John Lindsay said that it's not only dangerous but could tie up officers from real emergencies. That's what I really think. Like, I think the catching on fire one is worse. I guess for danger like personal harm. But then this could also have the consequence where police are looking for you like your parents report, you missing or something or your guardian or whatever report you missing.

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"john lacey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on KOMO

"Traffic and weather on the fours all the way after ABC covers the world. It's nine o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. After questions about why he hadn't yet. President Trump visited US troops in a US base in Iraq. Giving standing ovation though, you are thousands of miles away from your home and your loved ones. I hope you all had a merry Christmas. I also know that speaking for your families. They are missing you. And they love you after a refueling stop in Germany Air Force One the president and first lady are headed back to Washington, we're heading into day, six of the partial government shutdown it appears no closer to resolution after a weekend and to holiday days for federal employees. Wednesday was the first regularly scheduled workday impacted by the shutdown post-christmas hope for investors after a recent slide Wall Street notched its best day in ten years. The Dow logging its biggest gain ever almost eleven hundred points nearly five percent JJ Kinna handed. TD Ameritrade expects the volatility to continue. We still have another week and a half and creating to go in two thousand eighteen and again thin volumes. Crazy things can happen as we've seen on both Monday and today, even the broad S and P five hundred gained five percent on Wednesday. And the tech heavy. Nasdaq rose almost six percent post Christmas, scare them oak park mall in overland park. Kansas south of Kansas City. Police responding to reports of shots fired later finding shell casings in the parking lot and a firecracker inside the mall. Police spokesman John Lacey. We are going from store to store and making sure that everyone's out of the mall. We do not have a suspect nor do we have a victim at this time. An American Airlines jetliner on a run from Mexico. San Louis Potosi to Dallas hit turbulence over Texas and put down at Austin Bryce dooby in the Austin city aviation department. This was due to turbulence on.

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"john lacey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"T L, West Palm Beach, Pembroke parts, Ford fears. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu, panther questions about why he hadn't yet. President Trump visited US troops in a US based in Iran. Getting a standing ovation though, you are thousands of miles away from your home and your loved ones. I hope you all had a merry Christmas. I also know that speaking for your families. They are missing you. And they love you after a refueling stop in Germany Air Force One the president and first lady are headed back to Washington, we're heading into day, six of the partial government shutdown it appears no closer to resolution and for a weekend and holiday days for federal employees. Wednesday was the first regularly scheduled workday impacted by the shutdown post Christmas hope for investors after a recent slide Wall Street notched its best day in ten years. The Dow logging its biggest gain ever almost eleven hundred points nearly five percent JJ Kenna handed. TD Ameritrade expects the volatility to continue. We still have another week and a half creating to go in two thousand eighteen and again thin volumes. Crazy things can happen as we've seen on both Monday. And today even the broadest and P five hundred gained five percent on Wednesday. And the tech heavy NASDAQ rose almost. Six percent post Christmas scare at them oak park mall in overland park. Kansas south of Kansas City. Police responding to reports of shots fired later finding shell casings in the parking lot and a firecracker inside the mall. Police spokesman John Lacey. We are going from store to.

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"john lacey" Discussed on Advantage Over Podcast

Advantage Over Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on Advantage Over Podcast

"Well, we've come to end of a very busy period with your international series and low to things that have been going on. We can talk about plenty of issues a controversy. I think if you have a scout round social major the news articles of the common drift the back of this window, you'll be able to pick point knows things out. But what we've seen is lots of referee development, head of a really important thousand nine teen. I'm it will be interesting to see the next bunch appointments for the six nations. Tillman I'm usually will be picked up in the next week or so and lost year. They're announcing the second third week December. So be interesting to keep an eye on those appointments to see what we can learn I'm Papp's world, rugby's view has been of the back of this batch of appointments on this batch of much is I'm as we look ahead to regrow Cup nineteen. I'm since the. Season the since the series closed out last weekend. We've had the world rugby awards and our congratulations. Go to Angus Gardner, and he was named the world rugby referee of the two thousand eighteen I'm let's over speak to Angus and see we had to say I'm as he picked up his award. So for the referee of the your war just a massive on really mean a thing as a referee you privileged to have the best seat in the house and do pinch yourself in these moments in test matches way there with some of the best plies in the world at the stadiums. In the world. And you on the block in the middle. So. It is a very humbling pretty pretty humbling experience. Great stuff Gus and hopefully, you can take that work on inter Twenty-nine teen before we start to look too far forward. The still another game. Still go Ammon this weekend. If you're listening to this on Friday or Saturday, the first of December, and we say goodbye from the international scene to Ireland's John Lacey announced his retirement from international rugby after the Baa-Baas versus Argentina as he looks transition across into new high high-performance role with referees with the Irish rugby union. So I'm a store international season of the last couple years absence been great to watch his development over that time. We'll see wishing well as he finishes the season off for the pro fourteen level adding heads across into that new role that good look to John after the back about for your game. I'm H Q goes well this weekend. But one it's the middle of the season the northern hemisphere. It's off-season time in the southern hemisphere. We've already start see some of those unions looking ahead to the new season at next year. I'm in New Zealand. I'm announced the thirty four strong national referee scored for the twenty nineteen season with a whole host of new faces joining that twelve new referees in the squad, including gentleman by the name of John I-. Brayden who is people might know from New Zealand's being net poll empire. I'm he spent the last couple years moving into rugby union. He was the umpire of the year in twenty five fifteen twenty fifteen and sixteen. I'm took charge of the twenty eighteen comb of games netball gold medal match their amber has been looking at the rugby field. I'm been working with Benner kief down there and developing his career says the transition from warm sport into our sport. So congratulations to him. But we're seeing some players taking the Glen Jackson route into the refereeing side. With with Daniel Wang of the former bay of plenty hoax bay and chief scrum-half also picking up that first role in the national referee Scorza. Congratulations to them an interesting to note the squad of thirty four includes six female referees with the likes of 'em. Learn Jenna he'll be on seven series this year working with Rebecca Mahoney. He's been on for a seasonal so now but with fuller, the new female referees Brittany, Andrew Maggie coca. All Lewis, a Collingwood Monique delis as great see. I'm a host of new referees coming on their they look forward to their new season. I'm next Jim. Now, I'm sure a couple more weeks left on the beach there before they really start against preseason trading territory. So what's been going on with the autumn internationals lots of interesting views to be had about individual decisions. We can look at those and think about how we as referees..

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"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Me an Email there's lots of information up. There by the way on. The different kinds of policies and plans. Revealed, it's all there all right today we're going to do is show that I've been wanting to do for a, really long time let, me give you a little, background when I was very. Young man after I got out of the military when I came, back from Vietnam I became a police officer in. Washington DC so I have a lot of respect for what these folks, do how they put, their life on the, line for us every day at at and what What that entails what it's all about but what I'm doing today I have officer John Lacey in studio with Mason the overland park police. Department now for all of you listening around the. Country if you're in, San Diego or you're in Miami Florida. Wherever you may be over a park is a suburb. Of Kansas City with about two hundred and fifty five police officers what's. A substantial town obviously with a substantial police, department the purpose, of, the show today, is I wanna talk about, distracted driving let me. Tell you what brought this about I drive all over the country as many of you know okay. I have clients. In places like Glasgow Kentucky I have clients in places like Washington Missouri Tulsa Oklahoma National City California I've got. Clients all over the country and most of the time I drive drive. California but I drove to Glasgow Kentucky. And back eleven hundred miles okay, I drive a king ranch f to fifty. Ford pickup truck it's a big truck I sit up really high, because it's a four by four so I can see people as they're going by me Here's what I'm. Seeing a lot. Of. This scares the hell out of me people taking their cell. Phone off the freeway. At seventy seventy five eighty eighty five miles an hour and. Having their cell phone in front of him and texting So that's why I asked. Officer John Lacey to join us in studio today because. We're. Gonna talk about why. People, do that why it stupid. What the consequences are and just how long does it take at seventy five miles an hour for you to look down look back up and find. Yourself plowing into the. Back welcome thanks for having me well it's great to. Have you I'm really I know you're really busy and I really appreciate the department taking the time to let you come up here and be with us today You know I told you start before we went on the air I'm coming back I'm actually coming from, Glasgow Kentucky on the last leg of my trip home. I'm. Coming through Columbia Missouri. On, the other side of Columbia. Missouri I'm, in my new f two fifty sitting up nice and high guy goes by me I'm doing speed limit seventy seventy five somewhere around there Guy goes by, me and I see the cellphone sitting. On the steering wheel of the car I'm like really and he's texting he's not talking to the thing he's using his hands these texting and I'm like I don't believe, I'm saying this so down the road probably another ten twelve minutes whatever. It is there is a horrific accident I'm, probably about ten seconds behind the actual. Accident and I drive into the accident scene that. Guy in that car had flipped. His car bounced into the guardrail and was sitting upside down up against the. Shoulder of the road, in the with the car smoking and people were, stopping bailing out of their cars to help. The guy, and I thought to myself how incredibly stupid how incredibly. Stupid are people. Officer lacy we see it a lot here in Oakland park I could be. Honest with you I've been in law enforcement for about Twenty-three, years. Going on twenty four years when I first started we didn't have the issue of texting. And driving wasn't that, many cellphones out on the road However just come into this interview, and it's about five miles away from. The police station I counted nine people with cell phones in their hand nine that's nine people that there are two issues one is the folks that hold the phone up, to their ear okay and they're driving in the second one is which. I think is even worse is trying to, text where you have to look at. The screen as you're using your little thumbs to. Send the messages to whoever you're. Sending messages to yeah matter of fact they weren't holding the phone to talk. Into the phone they, were holding the phone like as they were texting okay luckily I'm not in a police car A civilian type vehicle so many sirens or don't have any. Lights, so the last, person that I saw texting and driving I did call. That one in all right, so so let's talk about. This. Let's let's start with the texting thing It. It's bad enough doing it on a city street at thirty five or forty. Miles an hour but when you get up on a freeway I mean Oklahoma speed limit seventy five miles an hour okay which means people drive. At eighty me you know that everybody knows. That you always drive five miles over the limit if you're trying to get? There and you're in any kind of you're trying to get there in a hurry or whatever the case may be so now, we're at eighty miles an hour how long does it take to send a ten when you send, a ten let's say it takes you ten. Seconds to do. A text message and a lot of times there's. A lot, longer than that but let's just say it's ten seconds if you're going eighty miles an hour and you just you you're not. Watching the road for ten seconds what can happen you can have an accident. As soon as possible, I mean you can come right upon a vehicle and at the same time you're not paying, attention to the roadway always told my kids I have two teenagers. And always told them tenant to you all the time, just the other day I saw. My son. Driving down the road and he. Had his cell phone in his hand Yeah believe it or not That. Was an interesting discussion mandate I lay into him so bad to the point, where I said to. Myself I, want, to him I said hey listen for your. Cell, phone in your hand again I'm taking away the, car in the cell phone and I think he learned his lesson because I tried to call them one. Day and he didn't answer and so I'm. Calling over and over again I might wonder why my son is on and he gets home, the, first, thing he says well dad I didn't want to pick up that telephone. Because, I, didn't want it hey It sounds like the point the point was made but so you know I, I, see, this everywhere and and it's not you know the the rap is it. Is Millennials young people yes there's a lot of that but the guy that I, saw was probably in his forties late forties maybe even early fifties I don't. Know. Because he went obviously, a bike and. I got, a pretty good. Look at him but I see a, lot of, older people using doing this when they're driving yes in a text message it can. Wait I. Mean it's really important pull to the. Side of the road.

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"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

08:09 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Individual health insurance whatever go to the website send me an Email. There's lots of information up there by the. Way on the different kinds. Of policies and plans revealed it's all. There, all right today we're going to do is show that I've been wanting to do for a really long time let me give you a, little background when I was, very young man after I. Got out of the military when I came back from Vietnam, I became a police officer in Washington DC so. I have a lot of respect for, what these folks do, how they put their, life on the line, for us every day at at and what What what that entails and what it's all about but what, I'm doing today I have officer John Lacey in studio with Mason the overland park police department now for. All of you listening around the country if you're. In San Diego or, you're in Miami Florida wherever you may. Be overland park is a suburb of Kansas City with. About two hundred and fifty five police officers what's a substantial town of. Asli with it with a substantial police department, the purpose of the, show today is, I want to talk about, distracted driving and let. Me tell you what brought this about I drive all over the country as many of you know. I have clients. In places like Glasgow Kentucky I have clients in places like Washington Missouri Tulsa Oklahoma National City California I've got. Clients all over the country and most of the time I drive drives. California but I drove to Glasgow Kentucky. And back eleven hundred miles okay, I drive a king ranch f to fifty. Ford pickup truck it's a big truck I sit up really high, because it's a four by four so I can see people as they're going by me Me here's what I'm seeing a lot of this, scares the hell. Out of me people taking their cell phone on a freeway at seventy. Seventy five eighty eighty five miles an hour and having their cell phone in front of him and texting so that's why I. Asked officer John Lacey to join. Us in studio today because, we're going to talk about why people do. That why it's stupid what the consequences, are, and just, how long, does. It take at seventy five miles an, hour for you to look down look back up, and find yourself piling into the back of. A semi welcome. Thanks. For having me well it's great to have you I'm really. I know you're really. Busy and I really appreciate the department taking the time to. Let you come up here and be with us today You know I told you start before we went on the air I'm coming back I'm actually coming. Back from Glasgow Kentucky on the last leg of my trip home I'm. Coming. Through Columbia Missouri on. The, other side Columbia Missouri and. I'm in, my new f two fifty sitting up nice and high guy goes by me I'm doing the speed limit seventy seventy five somewhere around there Guy goes by me and I see the cellphone sitting on the steering wheel of the car I'm like really and he's texting he's not talking to thing he's using his hands these texting and I'm like, I don't believe I'm saying this so down the road probably another ten. Twelve minutes whatever it is there is a, horrific accident I'm probably about ten seconds. Behind the actual accident and. I drive into the. Accident scene that guy in that. Car flipped his car bounced into the guardrail and was sitting upside down up. Against the shoulder of, the road in the. With the car smoking and, people were stopping bailing out of their cars. To help, the guy and I thought to myself how incredibly stupid. How incredibly stupid. Are people officer lacy we see it a lot you're in Oakland park I could. Be honest with you I've been in law enforcement, for, about Twenty-three years going on twenty four years when I first started we didn't have this you of. Texting and driving wasn't that many cellphones out on the road However just come into this interview and it's about five miles away from the police, station I counted nine people with cell phones in their hand nine that's. Nine people that so there are two issues, here one is the folks that hold. The phone up to their. Ear okay and they're. Driving in the second one is. Which I think is even worse is trying to text where you have to. Look at the screen, as you're using your. Little thumbs to send the, messages to whoever you're sending messages to yeah Matter of fact they weren't holding the phone to talk into the phone they were holding the phone as they were texting okay luckily I'm not in a police car a civilian type vehicle. So The sirens I don't have. Any lights so, the last person that I saw texting and driving I. Did call that went in all right so so. So. So let's talk about this let's let's, start with the texting. Thing It's bad. Enough doing, it on a city street at thirty five or forty miles an hour but. When you get up on a freeway I mean Oklahoma speed limits seventy five miles an hour okay which means people drive at eighty I. Mean you know that everybody knows that you. Always drive five miles over the limit if you're trying to get there? And you're in any kind of you're trying to get their to hurry or whatever the case may be so now we're at, eighty miles an hour how long. Does it take to send a ten when you send ten, let's say it takes you ten seconds to. Do a text. Message and a lot of times there's a lot. Longer than, that but let's just say ten seconds if you're going eighty. Miles an hour and you just you you're not watching the. Road for ten seconds what can happen you can have an accident as. Soon as possible I, mean you can come right upon vehicle in at the same time you're not paying attention, to the, roadway always told my kids. I have two teenagers and always told them to you, all the time just the other. Day I. Saw my son driving down the road and. He had his cellphone in his hand Yeah believe it or not That. Was an interesting discussion mandate I lay into him so bad to the point where I'm, wants, to him and say hey listen for your. Cell, phone in your hand again I'm taking away the, car and the cell phone and I think he learned his lesson because I tried to call them one. Day and he didn't answer and so I'm. Calling over, and over again I'm like wonder why my son is on Israel and he gets home, the, first, thing he says well dad I didn't want to pick up the telephone. Because, I, didn't want it hey Sounds like the point the point was made. But So you, know I see this everywhere and and it's not you know? The, the rap is it is. Millennials young people yes there's a lot of that the, guy that, I saw was probably. In his forties late forties maybe, even early, fifties I don't. Know because he went you know obviously Huma, bike I got a pretty good look at him but I see a lot of older. People using doing this when they're driving in, Texas Message it, can wait I mean it fits really important pull. To the side of the. Road you know pulled to the shoulder and. Send a text message, or if you need to make a phone. Call go ahead, make the phone call you know just pulled, aside real we want you to pay attention to the roadway. Yeah, I because I guess people. What floors me is that so much can happen in, that short. Type especially at that. Speed you're out there on the, interstate doing, sixty five let's. Just go to Illinois the female annoys sixty, five miles an hour the Kennedy seventeen Illinois which means people still drive seventy seventy five Yeah I do That's right But you know when people drive it when you're at that speed and you're, not watching you're literally not watching. The roadway all you're doing is looking. At phone I mean It it. It it it seems to me that that is extremely dangerous and that so much can happen in that short period of. Time seconds if you take your eyes off, the road wait for. Three seconds that's pretty. Good chance you could have. An. Accident okay so that's that's what I wanted to. Get through that's the number that I so. Three seconds so if you could send your text messages and three, seconds people You're. Really good and maybe you got a chance but if you, can't What you just heard what officer lacy said if you it's three seconds you take, your eyes off that roadway for three seconds and your lighting. Yourself up have a very serious situation. And it's probably not worth it we're gonna come back after the break we're. Gonna continue. This conversation with John Lacey of the. Overland park police department.

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"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

07:03 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Three, eight five twenty to twenty four, so, in, studio, with, me, officer, John Lacey one. Of the overland. Park Kansas police officers two hundred and fifty five. Members of this department here in the suburb of Kansas City Missouri. I'm doing this show because I this whole texting and talking on the phone thing has just. Really become an issue with. Me and I'm very concerned about I see, people doing. Us all over the country as I said in the first segment I drive everywhere from Glasgow. Kentucky Tulsa Oklahoma Washington Missouri Marion Illinois you name it I, go there I drive an. F to fifty four pickup trucks it's a big truck way apply because it's a four. By four and I see this all the time and it has really, scared, the, daylights, out, of, me and, I saw. Horrible accident as I said in, the last segment coming I'm back from Glasgow Kentucky. On a trip just outside of Columbia Missouri And this just seems to. Be an epidemic but this is interesting because, you bought some statistics today this is it looks like we're actually improving which, is encouraging. Because I didn't think that I thought. It was getting worse not better so, talk a. Little bit about this. What you're seeing here in, overland park Kansas park we've issue several citations when we, issued that ordinance we went out and we issue citations left and right and we want, the public to know that we're not going, to. Stanford, texting. And driving so it's illegal, detection drive in overland park Kansas yes. Sir and what we also. Did we pushed it out on social media we used our Facebook Instagram we also used Twitter account to. Get the message across to our citizens that we're going to issue citations we're going to. Be. Looking for a driving and people not paying, attention to the roadway, okay, so so here it's illegal in overland park Kansas in Kansas City Missouri Kansas and. Missouri. In this town, are divided by a street called state light boulevard okay so in, Missouri You can text and drive there, is. No, log. Inst okay so what I'm. Going to say to you wherever you're. Listening this broadcast today whether. It's in California whether it's in Florida Ohio wherever Massachusetts for Mont wherever it may be you just heard. Officer lacy say they put it on their Facebook and social media et cetera guarantees you. Look. Up your department in your town you'll find, out whether it's legal, or, illegal to do it that doesn't have anything to do with being dumb being dumb. Is. Just doing it And I'll start Lacey's agreeing with me okay so. So the find out whether. It's. Illegal so it's illegal so so what happens I'm curious what happens when the, last person you pulled, over what what was, tell, me the, story I, gotta hear this well. The last person that I, pulled over it was a female and she was trying, to go, to a party party party okay and so what. I did I put my camera on her hip record in. Other words I'm videotaping her as she's texting and because I want to do that So you Make sure that if you went to court the judge see, her texting how using the tumble. Thumbs things she's looking up, the roadway then looking down she was. Holding. The yeah Well she had her palm at the twelve. O'clock or the string island straight down the, street, and driving and she was text messaging and so I'll let it. Go to. Make sure that HALE is she really doing this it got to the point where I said okay let me go ahead and stop. Her, before she has an accident. All right so once? I stopped, her told her the reason I stopped you because you. Were, texting and driving. Where you texting and driving, shit. Yeah I was texting and, driving what is so important you know I'm thinking it's going to be, an emergency or something yeah somebody's. Got asthma somebody's is on, the floor dying whatever the case may. Be Or. Anything, like that in. The she's told me I'm, trying. To get to a party I'm I'm thinking wait. A minute this, can't be serious and she's. Like I'm, trying to get to this party and I said you're not on your maps she's no I'm touching the people at the party To third party people. At, work she, was going to. Be yeah not told her in a, short period of time and I told. Her I said, ma'am if you keep this. Up you, might not make it to your party She might be awake It's up party is that speaks. To this whole issue it's just how people can just not understand how dangerous. This is three seconds you said, in the last segment all you need to do is take your eyes off the road for three seconds at thirty five or. Forty miles an hour that's bad enough up on a major freeway at sixty seventy five. Eighty miles an hour you, get out in Oklahoma you get out in Kansas people to drive eighty miles an hour. Speed limit seventy five ninety percent of people drive five miles over the limit and some a hell of a. Lot more than that having said, that that three. Seconds, that's that's. Scary very very scary you have to stay in of people feel that in western Kansas. Is nothing out there Oh, yeah I. Know you drive through there all the time a deer can crawl roadway or a cow I mean it's We see that all the time as much as I drive in season. With the, deer I can't tell you how many slaughtered animals I see on the roadway there's another reason why I, bought that f to fifty, because, I figure if it, happens on the drive through. It I'm not going to say sorry sorry for the deer but I'm gonna keep going But having, said that that's another thing. Because it, is, not just about hitting another car. Three if, an animal does, come, across the roadway. Whatever the case may be you're totally distracted. And you have an accident I mean I've I've had some clients of ours on. The insurance side have horrific accidents with. Deer one guy, literally the, deer came to the windshield so yeah so I. Mean again he wasn't distracted it just happened to him as at night but. Having said that. That. All goes back to the same issue of this of so we've talked about texting and driving what about just you know. This is the other one that drives me nuts I see people in holding. This phone and talking while they're driving to me that's still distracted okay another thing that drives me crazy is they'll be driving or they're? Backing out of a parking place. At a parking lot literally the phone to their ear and try and. Like how in God's name can you back that vehicle out with a cell phone in your ear and try and, painted doing most people have, smartphones, on these smartphones there, is a function as cold Speakerphone right thank you Use it if you have to, be on the phone. Hit. The speaker Button and start talking that's the best. Way yeah and so I have handsfree it. Syncs up on the Ford I don't have to. Do anything with it I'm talking over the speaker system in the truck. I'm listening to people talk. Back to me. So I. Can do, that. 'cause I'm too hands string I'm, still driving it's not I'm not but but you said, something interesting earlier if I have to have. A serious conversation with some it's a business. Issue or something's going on I remember this happening like month or so. One of my trips I literally. Pulled off the side of the road this is this was an Illinois I. Pulled off the size road and I sat there for ten minutes ahead that business. Conversation because it was distracting of is trying to. Concentrate on.

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08:07 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To the website send me an email there's lots of information up there by the way on the different kinds of policies and plans that are available it's all there all right today we're going to do a show that i've been wanting to do for really long time let me give you a little background when i was a very young man after i got out of the military when i came back from vietnam i became a police officer in washington d._c. so i have a lot of respect for what these folks do how they put their life on the line for us every day at and what what that entails and what it's all about but what i'm doing today i have officer john lacey in studio with and the overland park police department now for all of you listening around the country if you're in san diego or you're in miami florida wherever you may be overland park is a suburb of kansas city with about two hundred and fifty five police officers what's a substantial town of asli with with a substantial police department the purpose of the show today is i want to talk about distracted driving and let me tell you what brought this about i drive all over the country as many of you now okay i have clients in places like glasgow kentucky i have clients in places like washington zuri tulsa oklahoma national city california i've clients all over the country and most of the time i drive drives california but i drove to glasgow kentucky and back eleven hundred miles okay i drive a king ranch s. two fifty ford pickup truck it's a big truck i sit up really high because it's a four by four so i can see people as they're going by me Here's what I'm seeing a lot of this scares the, hell out of. Me okay people taking their cell phone off the freeway at seventy. Seventy five eighty eighty five miles an hour and having their cell phone in front of him and texting so that's why I. Asked officer John Lacey to join us in studio today because. We're. Going to talk about why people do that. Why it's stupid what the consequences are, and, just, how, long does, it. Take at seventy five miles an hour for you to look down look back up, and find yourself plowing into the back of. A semi welcome. Thanks, for having me well it's great to have you I'm really. I know you're really. Busy and I really appreciate the department taking the time to. Let you come up here and be with us today I told you before we went on the air I'm coming back. I'm actually coming back from Glasgow Kentucky on the last leg of my. Trip. Home I'm coming through. Columbia, Missouri on the other side. Columbia Missouri, and I'm in my new two fifty sitting up nice guy goes by me I'm doing the speed limit seventy seventy five somewhere around there I goes by me and I see, the cellphone sitting on the steering wheel of the car I'm like really and he's texting he's not talking to the thing he's using his hands these texting and I'm like I don't believe I'm saying, this so down the road probably another ten twelve minutes whatever it is there. Is a horrific accident I'm probably about ten, seconds behind the actual accent and I. Drive into the accident scene. That guy in that car at flipped his car. Bounced into the guardrail and was sitting upside down up against the shoulder of. The road in the, car smoking and people were stopping bailing out of their cars to go help the guy and. I thought to myself how incredibly stupid how incredibly. Stupid are people. Officer lacy we see it a lot you're in Oakland park could be honest with. You I've been in law enforcement for about Twenty-three, years, going on twenty four years when I first started we. Didn't have this issue of. Texting and driving wasn't that many cellphones out on the road However just come in to this interview, it's about five miles away from the police station I nine people with cell phones in their hand nine that's nine people are two issues here one is the folks that hold the phone up to, their ear okay and they're driving in the second one is which I think. Is even worse is trying to text where, you have to look at the screen. As you're using your little. Thumbs to send the messages to whoever you're sending. Messages to correct yeah matter of fact they weren't holding the phone to talk. Into the phone they, were holding the phone like as they were texting okay luckily I'm not in a police car A civilian, type vehicle so have sirens or don't have any lights. So the last person that, I saw texting and driving. I. Did call that one in all right All right so so so so let's talk about, this let's let's start with the. Texting thing It's bad enough doing it on a city, street at thirty five or forty miles an hour but. When. You get up on a freeway I. Mean Oklahoma speed limit seventy five miles an hour okay which means people drive. At eighty me you know that everybody knows that you always drive five miles over the limit if you're trying to get there and you're. In any kind of you're trying to. Get their to hurry or whatever the case may be so now we're? Eighty miles an hour how long does it take to send a ten when you send ten let's say it takes you. Ten seconds to do a text message and a lot of times a lot longer than that but, let's just say it's ten seconds if you're. Going eighty miles. An hour and you just you you're not watching. The road, for ten seconds what can happen you can have an accident as soon as possible I mean you can come right up on a. Vehicle and at the same time you're not paying attention to. The roadway always. Told my kids I, have two teenagers and always told them tenant to you all the time just the other day. I told. My son driving down the road and he. Had his cell phone in his hand And believe it or not That. Was an interesting discussion mandate I lay into him so bad to the point, where I said to myself. I want, to, to, him I said hey listen fussier. Cell, phone in your hand again I'm taking away the, car in the cell phone and I think he learned his lesson because I tried to call them one. Day and he didn't answer and so I'm. Calling over, and over again I'm like wonder why my son is on and he gets home, the, first thing he says well dad didn't want to pick up the telephone Sounds like the point the point was made but I see this everywhere and and, it's, not you know the rap is it is Millennials young. People yes there's a lot of, that but, the guy that, I saw was probably in his forties, late forties maybe even early fifties I don't know because he went you know. Obviously. Huma bike got a, pretty good look. At him, but I see a lot of older people using doing this when they're driving yes in a text message it can wait I mean I really important, pulled to. The side of the. Road pulled, to the shoulder and send. The message or if you need to make a. Phone, call go ahead make the phone call you know just pull out aside real we want you to, pay attention to the roadway yeah I because I guess people what floors. Me is that so much, can, happen in that short time especially at that, speed Prunier out there on the interstate doing sixty five let's just go to Illinois Illinois? Illinois sixty. Five miles an hour Kennedy seventeen which means, people still drives seventy seventy five speed limit drive, as much, do you do that's right But you, know, when people drive it when you're at that, speed and you're not watching you're literally not watching the roadway all you're doing is looking? That phone I mean It it. It it it seems to me that that is extremely dangerous and that so much can happen in that short period. Of time it's. Extremely seconds if you take your eyes off the roadway for, three seconds there's pretty good chance you could have. An. Accident okay so that's that's what I wanted to. Get to that's the number that I wish so. Three seconds so if you can send your text messages and three, seconds people You're really good. At maybe you got a chance but if you can't you just heard what officer lacy said. If you it's three seconds you take your eyes off that roadway, for three seconds and, your lighting yourself up. Have a. Very serious situation and it's probably not worth it we're gonna, come, back, after the. Break we're gonna continue this conversation with officer John Lacey of the overland park police department.

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07:49 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Send me an Email there's lots of information. Up there by the way. On the different kinds of policies and. Plans, revealed it's all there all right today we're gonna do a show that I've been wanting to do for a really long time let me, give you a little background, when I was a very young. Man after I got out of the military but I, came back from Vietnam I became a police officer. In Washington DC so I have a lot of respect for what these, folks do how they, put their life on, the line for us every day at and what What what that entails and what it's all about but what I'm doing today is I have officer John Lacey in studio with Mason the overland park police department. Now for all of you listening around the country. If you're in San, Diego or you're in Miami Florida wherever. You may be overlook park is a suburb of Kansas. City with about two hundred and fifty five police officers what's a substantial. Town obviously with with a substantial police department, the purpose of the, show today is, I want to talk about, distracted driving and let. Me tell you what brought this about I drive all over the country as many of you know. K. I have. Clients in places like glass scout Kentucky have clients in places like Washington Missouri Tulsa Oklahoma National City California. I've got clients all over the country and most of the time I drive alone drives California but I drove to, Glasgow Kentucky in back eleven hundred. Miles okay I Dr king ranch f to. Fifty Ford pickup truck it's a big truck sit up really high, because it's a four by four so I can see people as they're going by Me here's what I'm seeing a lot of scares the hell out, of me okay. People taking their cell phone off the freeway at seventy seventy, five eighty eighty five miles an hour and having their cell phone in front of him and texting so that's why I asked. Officer John Lacey join us in. Studio today because we're going, to talk about why people do that why it's, stupid what the consequences are and just, how, long does, it take, it's. Seventy five miles an hour for you, to look down look back up and find yourself plowing, into the back of a semi welcome hey. Thanks for having. Me. Well it's great to have you I'm really I know. You're really busy and, I really appreciate the department taking the time to let. You come up here and be with us today I told you? Before we went on the air I'm coming back I'm actually. Coming back from Glasgow Kentucky on the last leg of my trip home I'm. Coming, through Columbia Missouri on. The, other side of Columbia Missouri. I'm in, my new f to fifty sitting up nice and high guy goes by me I'm doing the speed limit seventy seventy five somewhere around there Guy goes by, me and I see the cell sitting. On the steering wheel of the car I'm like really and he's texting he's not talking to thing he's using his hands these texting and I'm like I don't believe I'm, saying this so down the road probably another ten twelve minutes whatever it is. There is a horrific accident I'm probably about, ten seconds behind the actual accident and. I drive into the accident. Scene that guy in that car had flipped his. Car bounced into the guardrail and was sitting upside down up against the shoulder. Of the road in, the with the car smoking and people were stopping bailing out of their cars to go help. The guy and I thought to myself how incredibly. Stupid how incredibly. Stupid are people officer lacy we see it a lot you're in Oakland park could. Be honest with you I've been in law enforcement for about, Twenty-three. Years going on twenty four years when I first started we didn't have the issue of. Texting and driving wasn't that many cellphones out on the road However just come into this interview and it's about five miles away from the, police station I counted nine people with cell phones in their hand nine that's. Nine people that are two issues here one, is the folks that hold the phone. Up to their ear okay. And they're driving in the second one is which. I think is even worse is trying to text where you have to look. At the screen as, you're using your little thumbs to send the best to whoever you're sending messages to correct yeah Matter of fact they weren't holding the phone to talk into the phone they were holding the phone like as they were texting okay luckily I'm not in a police car a civilian type. Vehicle? So I have any sirens. Or don't have, any lights so the last person that I saw texting. And driving I did call, that win all right so. So. So so let's talk about this let's, let's start with the. Texting It it's bad. Enough doing it on a city street at thirty five or forty miles an. Hour but when you get up on a freeway I mean Oklahoma speed, Lomas seventy five miles an hour okay which means people drive at eighty. You know that everybody knows that you always. Drive five miles over the limit if you're trying to get there and? You're in any kind of you're you're trying to get their to hurry or whatever the case may be so now we're at, eighty miles an hour how long does. It take to send a ten when you send ten, let's say it takes you ten seconds to. Do a text. Message and a lot of. Times there's a lot longer than that but let's. Just say it's ten seconds if you're going eighty miles, an hour and you you. You're not. Watching the road for ten seconds what can. Happen you can have an accident As soon as possible I mean you can come right up, on a vehicle in at the same. Time you're not paying attention to the roadway always told, my kids I have two teenagers and always. Told them tenant. To you all the time Just the other day I told my son Driving down the road and he had his cell phone. In his hand and believe it or not That was an, interesting discussion man I lay into, him, so bad and to the point where are. Said, to myself I wanted to him and said hey, listen for your cell phone in your hand again I'm taking away the car in the cell phone and I think he learned his lesson because. I tried, to call him one day and he didn't answer and some calling over and over, again, I'm, like wonder why my son is on and he gets, home, the first thing he, says well dad I didn't want to pick up that telephone because wanted hey Sounds like the, point the, point was made us I see this everywhere and and it's not you know the the rap, is it, is millennials young people, yes there's, a lot of that. But the guy that I saw was probably in. His, forties late forties maybe even early fifties I don't know because he went you know obviously you a, bike I got a pretty good look at him but I see a. Lot of older people using doing this, when. They're driving yes in a, text. Message can wait I mean if it's really important pull to the side of the, road you know pulled to the, shoulder, and send the message or if you need. To, make a phone call go ahead make the phone, call you know just pulled aside real we want you to pay attention to the roadway yeah I because I guess people what floors me is. That so, much can happen in that short type especially at that speed Prunier out there on, the, interstates, doing sixty five let's just go to Illinois the female, Illinois Sixty five miles an hour Kennedy seventeen Elamine. Which means people still drive seventy seventy, five Lot of people speed limit drive as much That's right But you know when people drive when you're at that speed and you're, not watching you're literally not watching. The roadway all you're doing is looking. At phone, I mean, it it. It it it seems to me that that is extremely dangerous and that so much can happen in that short period, of time it takes. Three seconds you take your eyes off. The road wait for. Three seconds there's a pretty good chance you could have. An. Accident okay so that's that's what I wanted to. Get to that's the number that I so. Three seconds so if you could send your text messages and three, seconds people You're really good and maybe you got a chance but if you can't you, just heard what.

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07:49 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Send me an Email there's lots of information. Up there by the way. On the different kinds of policies and. Plans, revealed it's all there all right today we're going to do a show that I've been wanting to do for a really long time let, me give you a little, background when I was very young. Man after I got out of the military when I, came back from Vietnam I became a police officer. In Washington DC so I have a lot of respect for what these, folks do how they, put their lives on, the line for us every day at what What that entails and what it's all about but what I'm doing today I have officer John Lacey in studio with Mason the overland park police department now for all of. You listening around the country if you're in San. Diego or you're in, Miami Florida wherever you may be a. Park is a suburb of Kansas City with about two. Hundred and fifty five police officers sorts a substantial town obviously with a. With a substantial police department the purpose of, the show today is, I want to, talk about distracted driving and, let me tell you. What brought this about I drive all over the country as many of you know k. I have. Clients in places. Like Glasgow Kentucky I have clients in places like Washington zuri Tulsa Oklahoma National City California I've got clients all. Over the country and most of the time I drive drives California but. I'd grow to Glasgow Kentucky in back. Eleven hundred miles okay I drive, a king ranch f to fifty four pickup. Truck it's a big truck I sit up really high because it's, a four by four so I can see people as they're going by me Here's what I'm seeing a lot of. This scares the hell out of me, okay people taking their cell phone off freeway. At seventy seventy five eighty eighty five miles an hour and having their cell phone in front of him and texting so that's. Why I asked officer John Lacey. Join us in studio today, because we're going to talk about why people do. That why it's stupid what the consequences, are, and, just, how long, does. It take at seventy five miles an hour for you to look down look back up, and find yourself plowing into the back of. A welcome hey. Thanks. For having me well it's great to have you I'm really. I know you're really. Busy and I really appreciate the department taking the time to. Let you come up here and be with us today I told you before we went on the air I'm coming back I'm actually. Coming from Glasgow Kentucky on the last leg of my trip home I'm. Coming, through Columbia Missouri on. The, other side Columbia Missouri and. I'm in, my new f two fifty sitting up nice and high guy goes by me I'm doing the speed limit seventy seventy five somewhere around there Guy goes by, me and I see the cellphone sitting on the steering wheel car I'm like really and he's texting he's not talking to the thing he's using his hands these texting and I'm like I don't believe I'm, saying this so down the road probably another ten twelve minutes whatever it is. There is a horrific accident I'm probably about, ten seconds behind the actual accident and. I drive into the accident scene that guy in that car flipped his car. Bounced into the guardrail and was sitting upside down up against the shoulder. Of the road in, the with the car smoking and people were stopping bailing out of their cars to go help. The guy and I thought to myself how incredibly. Stupid how incredibly. Stupid are people officer lacy we see it a lot here in Oakland park. Could be honest with you I've been in law, enforcement, for about Twenty-three years on twenty four years when I first started we didn't have this issue of. Texting and driving wasn't that many cellphones out on the road However. Just come in to this interview and it's about, five miles away from the police station I counted nine people with, cell phones in their hand nine that's nine people that so there are two issues here one is the folks that hold the phone up, to their ear okay and they're driving in the second one is which I. Think is even worse is trying to text, you have to look at the screen. As you're using your little thumbs to send the messages to whoever you're sending. Messages to yeah matter of fact they weren't holding the phone to talk. Into the phone they, were holding the phone like as they were texting okay luckily I'm not in a police car A civilian type vehicle so many sirens or don't have any lights. So, the last person, that I saw texting and driving I did call that. Went in all right so, so so so let's talk. About. This let's let's start the texting thing It's bad enough doing it on a city street at thirty five or forty. Miles an hour but when you get up on a freeway I mean Oklahoma speed limits seventy five miles an hour okay which means people drive. At eighty I mean you know that everybody. Knows that you always drive five miles over the limit if you're trying? To get there and you're in any kind of you're trying to get there in a hurry or whatever the case may. Be so now we're at eighty miles. An hour how long does it take to send a, ten when you send ten let's say it. Takes you ten. Seconds to do a text message and a lotta. Times there's, a lot longer than that but let's just say it's ten seconds if. You're going eighty miles an hour and you you you're not. Watching the road for ten seconds what can happen you can have an accident. As soon as possible, I mean you can come right up on a vehicle in at the same time you're, not paying attention to the roadway always told my kids I have. Two teenagers and always told them tenant to you all, the time just the other day. I saw. My son driving down the road and he. Had his cellphone in his hand And believe it or not I bet that was an interesting Discussion mandate I lay into him so bad and to. The point where it sits myself Hey listen for, your cell phone in your hand again I'm taking away the car in the cell phone and I think, he learned his lesson because I tried to. Call him one day and he didn't answer and so I'm calling over and over again I, might, wonder, why my son is on and he gets home the, first, thing he. Says well dad I didn't want to pick up that telephone because it hey It sounds like the point the point was made. But. I see this everywhere and and. It's not, you know the the, rap is it is millennials young people, yes there's, a lot of that but the guy that I saw was probably in his forties, late forties, maybe even early fifties, I, don't know because he went you know obviously. A, bike I got a pretty good look at him, but I see a lot of older people using doing this when they're driving yes in a text message, can wait I mean if it's really important. Pull to the side of the road you know poorly shoulder and send a message or if, you, need, to make a phone call go ahead make the phone, call Just, pulled aside real. We want you to pay attention to the, roadway yeah I because I guess people what floors me is that so much. Can. Happen in that short type especially. At that speed Prunier out there on the interstates doing sixty five let's, just go, to Illinois the female Illinois sixty five miles an hour Kennedy's seventeen Elamine which means, people still. Drive seventy seventy five Yeah I do I do you do. That's right but you. Know when people drive it when you're at that. Speed, and you're not watching you're literally not watching the. Roadway all you're doing is looking that phone I. Mean it it it it it seems to me that that, is extremely dangerous and that. So much can happen in that short period of. Time, it takes three seconds you take your eyes off the road wait for three seconds there's pretty good, chance you could have an accident okay so that's that's what I wanted. To get to that's the number that, I would so three seconds so if you could send your text messages and three seconds people You're really good and maybe you got a chance but if you can't what, you just heard what.

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07:50 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Go to the website send me an Email there's lots of information. Up there by the way on the different. Kinds of policies and plans. Revealed it's all there all right. Today, we're going to do is show that I've been wanting to do for a really long time let me give, you a little background, when I was very young, man after I got out. Of the military when I came back from Vietnam I became, a police officer in, Washington DC so I have. A lot of respect for what these folks do how they put their, life on the line, for us every day, at at and what what that entails and what it's all about but, what I'm doing. Today I have officer. John Lacey in studio with me from the overland park police department now for all of you listening around the country if you're in San Diego or you're in Miami fl Florida wherever you may be over. A park is a suburb of Kansas City with about two hundred and. Fifty five police officers what's a substantial town, obviously with a with, a substantial police, department the purpose of the, show today is I. Want to talk about distracted driving let me tell you what brought this about I drive all over. The country as. Many of you know I have clients in places like Glasgow Kentucky I have clients in places like Washington Missouri. Tulsa Oklahoma National City California I've got clients all over the country and. Most of the time I drive drives. California but I drove to Glasgow, Kentucky and back eleven hundred miles okay I. Drive a king ranch f to fifty Ford pickup truck it's a, big truck I sit up really high because it's a four by four so I can see people as they're going by me here's. What I'm seeing a lot, of this scares the hell out of me people taking their cell phone off the freeway at seventy seventy five eighty eighty five miles, an hour and having their cell phone in front, of Him and texting so that's why I asked officer John Lacey to join us in, studio today because we're going to talk about. Why people do. That. Why it's stupid what the consequences are and just how long. Does it take at. Seventy five miles an hour for you to look down look. Back up and find yourself plowing into the back of. A semi welcome thanks. For having me well it's great to have you I'm. Really I know you're really busy and I really appreciate the department taking the time to let you come up here and be with us today I told you start before we went on the air I'm coming back I'm actually coming. Back from Glasgow Kentucky on the last leg of my trip home I'm. Coming. Through Columbia Missouri on. The, other side Columbia Missouri and. I'm in, my new f two fifty sitting up nice and high guy goes by me I'm doing the speed limit seventy seventy five somewhere around there Guy goes by me and I. See the cellphone sitting on the steering wheel of the car I'm, like really and, he's texting he's not talking to. The thing he's using, his hands these, texting and, I'm like I. Don't believe I'm saying this. So down the road probably another ten twelve minutes, whatever it is there is a horrific accident I'm probably about ten seconds behind the actual accident and I drive into the accident scene that guy in that car flipped his car bounced into the guardrail and, was sitting upside down up against the shoulder of the road in the with. The car smoking and people were stopping bailing, out of their cars to go help. The guy and I thought. To myself how incredibly stupid how incredibly stupid. Are people officer lacy we see it a lot you're gonna park could be. Honest with you I've, been in law enforcement for about Twenty-three years one on twenty four years when I first started. We, didn't have this issue of. Texting and driving wasn't that many cellphones out on the road however just come into this interview it's about five miles away from The police station I counted nine. People with cell phones in their hand nine, that's nine people that so there are. Two issues here one is. The folks that hold the phone up to. Their ear okay and they're driving in the second one is which I think. Is even worse is, trying to text where you have to look at the screen as you're using your little thumbs. To, send the messages to whoever. You're sending messages to correct yeah Matter of fact they weren't holding the phone to talk into the phone they were holding the phone like as they were texting okay luckily I'm not in a police car a civilian type. Vehicle? So I have any sirens or don't. Have any lights, so the last person that I saw texting and driving. I did call that went, in all right so so. So. So let's talk about this let's let's, start with the texting. Thing It. It's bad. Enough doing it on a city street at. Thirty five or forty miles an hour But, when you get up on a. Freeway I, mean Oklahoma speed limit seventy five miles an hour okay which means people drive. At eighty I mean you know that everybody knows that you always, drive five, miles, over the limit if you're trying to get there and you're in any. Kind of you know you're you're trying to. Get their to hurry or whatever the case may be so now we're? At eighty miles an hour how long does it take to send a ten when you send ten let's say it, takes you ten seconds to text message and a lot of times there's a lot longer than that, but let's just say it's ten seconds if. You're going eighty. Miles an hour and you just you you're not. Watching the, road for ten seconds what can happen you can have an accident as soon as possible I mean you can come right up on. A vehicle and at the same time you're not paying attention to the roadway. Always told my kids I have two teenagers and always told them tenant to you all the time just the other day I told my son driving, down the road and he had his cell phone in his hand and believe it or not That was. An interesting discussion mandate I lay into him so. Bad and, to the point where I said to myself almost said to him I said hey listen plus your cell phone in your hand again. I'm taking away the car in the cell phone and I think he learned. His lesson because tried to call them one day and he didn't answer and so I'm calling over and over again I'm like wonder why on And he gets home the first thing. He says well dad I didn't want to. Pick up, that telephone because Hey Sounds like the point the point was, made but I see this everywhere and and it's, not you know the the rap is it, is Millennials. Young people yes there's a lot, of that, but the guy. That I saw was probably in his forties, late forties maybe even early fifties I don't know because he went you know obviously a bike. I got a. Pretty good, look at him. But I see a lot of older, people using, doing this when they're driving in a text message can wait I mean it's really. Important pull. To the side of the road you know poultry. Shoulder and send the message or if you need. To, make a phone call go ahead make the phone call in just pulled aside real we want you, to pay attention to, the roadway yeah I because I guess people what. Floors me is that so much can, happen in that short type especially at that speed you're out there on the interstate doing. Sixty five let's just go to Illinois the female, Illinois sixty five miles an hour Kennedy seventeen element, which means people still drives seventy seventy five Yeah I do try was much do you do that's right but you know when people drive. It when you're. At that, speed and you're. Not watching you're literally not watching the, roadway all, you're doing is looking that phone I mean it it it it it seems to. Me that. That is extremely dangerous and and that so much. Can happen in that short period of time it. Takes, three seconds if you take your eyes off the road wait for three seconds there's a pretty good, chance you could have, an accident okay so that's that's what I wanted. To get through that's the number that, I wish so three seconds so if you could send your text messages and three seconds people You're. Really good and maybe you got a chance but if you, can't What you just heard what officer.

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"john lacey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To the fuel station finding app gas buddies petroleum analysts and shares of mining and commodities trading giant glencore dropped sharply in trading today after the company disclosed a subsidiaries received a subpoena from the us department of justice to produce documents tied to questions over potential corruption and money laundering glencore p l c headquartered in bars wits orland minds commodities like copper and coal then trades those materials today it said the justice department asked for documents from glencore limited with respect to compliance with the foreign corrupt practices act and united states money laundering statutes and also said the requested documents relate to glencorse groups business in nigeria the democratic republic of congo and venezuela from two thousand to the present and added it's in the process of reviewing the requests authorities are investigating a shooting which critically hurt to contract workers outside of suburban kansas city elementary school k nbc tv reports the overland park police spokesman officer john lacey says the shooting happened today at sunrise point elementary school in the blue valley school district lacey says the police believe in argument erupted between co workers installing synthetic turf on the school's playground district spokeswoman becky miller says no students were on campus father michael pfleger held a press conference today to discuss a march and his demands he's planning to stop traffic on the dan ryan expressway saturday morning from seventy nine to sixty seventh streets in an effort to demand change regarding the violence in the city he's demanding commonsense gun laws community resources better schools jobs and economic development is not about mike pfleger this is not about just a mark this is not about just the interruption at traffic this is about the violence in the city of chicago chicago police warned they would have to pull two hundred officers out of the high crime neighborhoods on the south and west sides to protect the protesters leaving those areas unprotected and the puerto rican community is trying to keep a community center in chicago from shutting its doors lokossa puerto rican yet puerto rican yes excuse me has been a wellknown center in the humbled park community for nearly fifty years community activists jeremiah cruise the building hosts classes for children and adults and provides meals for the homeless my wife and i have met here we've had our wedding here we've had all has in our families on our family events are here we have so many memories here community has so many memories here is more than just the places sentimental it means a lot to us personal activists say money was lost or stolen from events like the puerto rican day parade and fundraisers for hurricane maria victims they are holding fundraising events to raise two hundred thousand two thousand dollars no it is two hundred thousand to.

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"john lacey" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on KSRO

"Magazine helping you grow your business isn't just something we do it's all we do you tell them mr voice guy it is nine o'clock at ks aro glad to have you with us another hour to go and we've got concert tickets galore coming up fm news talk ks ro k two seven eight cd santa rosa k two three three cnn petaluma from abc news i'm scott goldberg rescuers in thailand are now faced with the difficult task of safely removing twelve boys and their soccer coach who have been trapped in a flooded cave for more than a week us air force captain jessica tate says it'll be an uphill battle this is probably some of the most difficult type of diving there is abc's james longman is air and says many are still in all the boys were found alive we think the boys survived in part because of the heat in that case but one hundred degrees this meant they didn't have hypothermia to worry about we'll say they were able to drink fresh water from cracks in the rock but to give you some idea of how far they are in there for a fit trained navy seal officer it takes six hours to dive so we are really not out of the woods yet the mission to remove the boys could take weeks president trump is expected to meet with more supreme court candidates today's looking for somebody with tremendous intellect he'd like somebody with the right judicial temperament and you want somebody who's going to be focused on a holding the constitution white house press secretary sarah sanders the president met with four candidates yesterday he also has reversed his initial rejection of a request to lower the white house flag in honor of the five people murdered at the capitol exert newspaper in maryland and apple as mayor gavin buckley and this is something that the community needs to see and i'm very happy that finally in in a bad situation at least we'll go some a little bit of good news buckley called the shooting an attack on free speech in kansas a search for a shooting suspect after police say a man opened fire on his co workers at a construction site outside an elementary school in overland park understanding that this location to individuals was shot now was shooting another location there could be still early in the investigation a police spokesman john lacey the two workers are in critical condition a federal judge has ordered the trump administration to grant hearings more than a thousand people seeking asylum they've been held in jail for months on wall street the dow is up twenty.

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"john lacey" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Overland park police said the unnamed suspect will be charged for his actions starting john lacey police i still not naming him did i read that right yeah public servant right protection he's on looking keys accused of that i wanna know what's plucking name what are you doing what are you don't how fucking anyway so then sorry john lacey a police spokesman also confirmed the suspect is the first responder but did not say which agency works only day he does not work in kansas who does of america's now monitor reporter's question concern incident because odors does not tolerate any restaurants language and the site they wellbeing guessing employers of most parties of course it goes without saying that policy is to fully cooperate with any law enforcement investigation the fire departments getting backlash on social media this many thought the man work for the department they release the statement saying i understand isn't it did not have our personnel so so yeah martyr standing thing it was in a different article never had other argo but like the police were questioning the black family shit too like it wasn't just as simple as like the police showed up was like this man bid on a child he has to go bills like what did you niggers do you know this anyway zero two hundred as a hydrogen as well karya west who's back on twitter raises back on his shit again kanye west applause a black lives matter critic and many of his fans were both this is so disturbing.

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"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"There for you when you need us in studio with me officer john lacey of the oldham park police department a suburb here kansas city metro area his department 255 members strong and he has come in studio today to talk to us about lots of things we started off with distracted driving we then moved on to driving under the influence whether that the marijuana or alcohol add what happens if you're dumb enough to go by marijuana in a state where it's legal and bring it back to a state where it is legal guess what you're going to jail and you drive a new tesla maybe they're going to own it so it's not smart people okay and we you know just because of legal and once they you bring it back to another state all and as as officer lacey pointed out in kansas you will go to jail it's just that simple those same thing applies to missouri and other states in the reason why we're using kansas as an example here's because we are contiguous to colorado and there's a whole lot of people drive without a christie these days and they're not sightseeing john i could tell you the epa director is not a lot out there to sightsee look mcdonald think there's on the freighter isn't so i mentioned when i first started to show that i did this many years ago when i was young man boy thanks for sure changed what's it like for you guys now retired you roll out in that radio card turned the radio wanted take your first call uh it's a different world now for police officers in was back whenever i was doing this what's it like you guys sale it's it's dangerous now on we need prayers uh when people ask me what are the first thing that we can do for you a instead of making us cookies are we bringing goods give us there was cheer prayers um it just as to the subject with me and the reason i say that is because when i first started in law enforcement it was a lot of fun and i started ruin up people with talk total law enforcement officers and people would respect us times of change and we.

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"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"john lacey" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Were there for you when you need us in studio with me officer john lacey of the on park police department a suburb here of kansas city metro area his department is two hundred fifty five members strong and he has come in studio today to talk to us about lots of things we started off with distracted driving we then moved on to driving under the influence whether that be marijuana or alcohol all add what happens if you're dumb enough to go by marijuana in a state where it's legal and bring it back to a state where it is legal yes what you're going to jail and if you drive a new tesla maybe they're going to own it but so it's not smart people okay and we you know just because it's legal and once they you bring it back to another state all and as a as officer lacey pointed out in kansas you will go to jail it's just that simple same thing applies to missouri and other states in the reason why are using kansas as they example here's because we are contiguous to colorado and there's a whole lot of people drive out these days and are not sightseeing john i could tell you the epa director is not a lot out there to sightsee not luton i don't think there's anything on the freighter isn't so i mentioned when i first started to show that i did this men many years ago i was young man boy thanks for sure change tim what's it like you guys now retired you roll out in that radio card trend the radio on and take your first call uh it's a different world now for police officers and was back whenever i was doing this what's it like you guys now it's it's dangerous now we need prayers when people ask me what are the first thing that we can do for you instead of making this cookies or nor bringing goods give us give us your prayers it's a sensitive subject with me and the reason i say that is because when i first started in law enforcement it was a lot of fun and i started room people will talk to law enforcement officers and people would respect us times of change and we.

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