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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:27 min | 9 months ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Morning edition from NPR news I'm David Greene in Houston Texas and I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC demonstrators across the country are demanding changes to policing and some state and local governments are heeding those calls lawmakers in new York's legislature passed a first wave of bills yesterday and here's Brian man has been following this and joins us now Brian governor Andrew Cuomo has said he'll sign these bills into law what's going to change well maybe the most dramatic change is going to be a law making so called illegal when used by police in some cases it'll be a felony a lot of police departments across New York state had already banned this procedure but now it will be a criminal offense and this measure was named after Eric garner a black man who died in twenty fourteen after he was placed in a chokehold by a white officer his dying words I can't breathe were recorded on a cell phone video they became one of the rallying cries of the black lives matter movement and yesterday state senator Brian Benjamin who represents Harlem said this reform just had to happen we unfortunately have not been providing safety for African Americans in this country what this bill does is says you know what we're going to try to move closer to a system where everyone feels safe in this country and one remarkable thing yesterday Rachel a Republican senators to block similar reforms for years in New York they voted with Democrats on the Senate passed unanimously so this happened really fast is it is it all driven by the marches and demonstrations yeah George Floyd's death was the big catalyst for sure but we also had this violent incident last week in buffalo New York where a seventy five year old man was pushed to the ground by police that also caught on video created a ton of momentum and then one other thing that's a big deal driving this in New York in twenty eighteen Democrats took control of the state Senate in New York for the first time in years and for the first time ever in history black lawmakers lead both chambers of the state legislature here so there are politicians in Albany with a lot of power who say they really get what the protesters are talking about a yesterday state senator Louise supported who represents the Bronx he said many people of color have a deeply troubled relationship with police not only the death of black and brown men and women but the are you Millie ation are you Millie ation of many of us when I was eighteen years old I was arrested because a police officer didn't like the way I looked at him I have a brother who was beaten up by a police officer we remember this so lawmakers acted yesterday they also passed measures banning racial profiling requiring police departments to collect data that might reveal bias in policing and today they're expected to go further approving a controversial measure that would make disciplinary actions against police far more transparent one important note though there is nothing on the table in New York right now that would defund or significantly dismantled whole police departments which is one of the things protesters have been calling for what a police unions police organizations say they're furious the head of the New York state sheriffs association issued a statement rejecting the idea that there's systemic racial bias in policing he called the idea disgusting a police plan to hold a big rally later today here in New York but they've seen many of their Republican allies vote against them on some of these measures it's a big shift and it puts those police organizations and perilous territory politically and here's Brian man reporting today from upstate New York Brian thank you we appreciate it thank you Rachel right New York state is starting to re open after nearly three months of coronavirus lockdown and according to two new papers published in the journal nature lockdowns really do work and here's Jason Beaubien reports that stay at home orders bans on large gatherings and business closures and save millions of lives have saved millions of lives around the world as the corona virus started spreading around the world earlier this year public health officials had few tools to combat it there was no known medicine to treat it no vaccine to prevent it not enough tests detected once an outbreak got going the virus is spreading like wildfire with the number infections in many places doubling nearly every two days unable to keep the corona virus from jumping from one human to the next public health officials decided to separate the humans all right it showed that marked down have a really dramatic effect in reducing transmission that's similar boxman Carroll college London who worked on one of the papers published in nature his team analyzed infection and death rates across eleven European nations through early may they estimate that three million more people in those countries would have died if lockdowns had not been put in place without them we believe the toll would have been huge in addition to the paper from Bob and his colleagues nature also just published a separate study from the global policy lab at the university of California Berkeley that study analyzed lockdowns in China South Korea Iran France Italy and the United States it found that the lockdowns in those six countries averted sixty two million cases in the US for example there were three hundred and sixty thousand cases by early April without lockdowns and other interventions the researchers at Berkeley calculate that the US would have had fourteen times that number by April sixth someone sang from Berkeley says these unprecedented shelter in place orders came in an extreme cost them and got mints ordered dumb it was unclear exactly how great the social benefits would be the value of the studies are saying today that they're demonstrating what the benefits of those policies are which isn't they averted tens of thousands of infections both sets of researchers caution that even as locked down start to ease cove it still poses a grave danger the vast majority of people remain susceptible and the virus could flare back up if left unchecked we're not going to continue to stay locked down forever but it's a cost benefit situation again so mailbox from imperial college London when you release lockdown and you go for a milder interventions yes economic stability can return to some degree but you then have to trade off the rise of infection but if possible and so what we're saying is that some degree of intervention needs to be in place Bob says this pandemic is far from over and as much as people wanna get back to normal he cautions that people need to understand how much of a positive impact the lockdown measures have been having as difficult as this year has been saying at Berkeley says this spring would have been much worse if so many people hadn't stayed home without the lockdown measures saying says the scale of the infections would have been in his words almost unimaginable Jason Beaubien NPR news there's growing evidence of high rates of death from covered nineteen for a population that doesn't get a lot of attention people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and NPR analysis shows they contract covered nineteen at higher rates and they die at higher rates because of it NPR investigative correspondent Joseph Shapiro reports the numbers from Pennsylvania are telling and Graham the state tracks covert nineteen among people with developmental disabilities who get services in group homes in state institutions or in their own homes these are mostly people with an intellectual disability or autism eight hundred have been diagnosed with.

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New year, new laws: Here are some of the changes coming Jan. 1, 2020

Morning Edition

01:23 min | 1 year ago

New year, new laws: Here are some of the changes coming Jan. 1, 2020

"Several new laws take effect in New York today including major changes to the criminal justice system Karen dewitt reports New York well and cash bail for people accused of non violent crimes and prosecutors will have to probably turn over to defendant's evidence that they have against them supporters say in the past those accused of crimes who could not make bail spent weeks or even months in jail without learning what evidence a prosecutor has against them until their trial began many pleaded guilty to lesser charges without knowing if the prosecutor had evidence that could exonerate them there's been backlash from law enforcement groups though who say they're concerned that repeat offenders could walk free Delaware County sheriff Craig dumont an officer with the New York state sheriff's association said at a news conference in late fall that the elimination of bail for non violent drug offenses might make it harder to curb the illegal drug trade is it rational to think that a person who was caught with thousands of bags Ahern will show up to court once release in face of fifteen to twenty five year prison sentence assembly speaker Carl hasty who shepherded the criminal justice reform through his chamber says the new laws are meant to change a racist and classes system he says other states including Republican dominated Texas have enacted similar reforms with no significant negative consequences deep red state have made changes in criminal

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Wine top story after a day of drama acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker will testify before a house committee today. Fox's Joel NATO. Acting attorney general had been saying he wouldn't appear before the House Judiciary committee after lawmakers approved at tentative subpoena to make sure that Matthew Whitaker would answer questions. They're expected to ask about the Trump campaign and potential ties to Russia Winokur called the subpoena threat, an act of political theater and said he wouldn't appear unless the committee dropped. It but committee chair Jerrold Nadler said after talks Thursday night with the Justice department Whitaker will appear Friday Nadler had been saying he was concerned Whitaker would assert executive privilege to avoid answering questions in Washington chill. Nato Fox News the political drama involving securing the nation southern border unfolds in Washington, it's been a deadly encounter along that border customs and border protection officer Arezzo China shop at a truck leaving the US four Mexico last night after it allegedly refused. An order to stop then tried to run over the officer. The driver was killed truck rolled into Mexico where authorities stopped it and arrested. The passenger that forced the temporary closure of the Nogales. Port of entry several group groups, including the New York state sheriff's association of coming out in opposition to any proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in New York state got a number of reasons, including what they feel or the likelihood of more traffic fatalities. And they don't agree with those. Who say bringing it out into the open and taxing it will do away with the black market Columbia County. Sheriff David Bartlett says he's on the front line with marijuana. Now legal in neighboring Massachusetts. We are a very big increase and we'd come in across from mass because we bought her right there. So believe it or not right on the front seat Bartlett and others say they still consider marijuana. A gateway drug state study panel had governor Cuomo appointed last year said there were more benefits than risks to legalizing recreational pot. Albany county sheriff Craig apple will unveil details of a new school safety initiative.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"One zero three one WG wine top story. President Trump says a deal could be brewing in congress on keeping the government open. They're working on something. And both sides are moving along. We'll see what happens. Talking with reporters at the White House yesterday. Trump argued that border security is essential one quarter of the federal government runs out of money again on February fifteenth he still demanding several billion dollars to help build a massive border wall. But Democrats are not budging in their opposition Trump's demand for border wall. Money prompted the thirty five day partial government shutdown that ended recently Washington Post owner, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says the National Enquirer tried to blackmail him world's richest man said in a blog post yesterday, the Enquirer's publisher threatened to publish graphic photos of him and his girlfriend bazo says he was told the tabloid wooden publish the pictures if he said publicly that he had no evidence. The Enquirer's coverage of him was politically motivated, a judge in Warren county is declared a mistrial in the case of a camp counselor. Dial installs a longtime counselor Brant lake camp and horror-com was accused of sexually abusing nine boys of the Cam. Trump came to a halt Thursday. When one of the boys scheduled to buy admitted he fabricated his story and copied the allegations of others judge immediately declared a mistrial ordered prosecutors to re interview all Stones' accusers before another trial can be scheduled Stolz was facing twenty-seven felony and misdemeanor charges. Mike. Patrick newsradio. Eight ten will no three one W G Y several groups including the New York state sheriff's association coming out in opposition to any proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in New York state. They have a number of reasons, including what they feel or the likelihood of more traffic fatalities. And they don't agree with those who say bringing it out into the open and taxing it will do away with the black market Columbia County. Sheriff David Bartlett says he's on the front line with marijuana. Now legal in neighboring Massachusetts. We are seeing a very big increase and we'd coming across from because we bought right there. So. Believe it or not right on the front seat Bartlett and say they still consider marijuana. A gateway drug to other states study panel had governor Cuomo pointed last year said there were more benefits than risks to legalizing recreational pop governor has made legalization of priority for this legislative session. WG Y morning news time is five thirty three quarter appearance on Thursday for a self-described white nationalist from Bennington. Who's online threats and harassment prompted Vermont's only African American legislature legislator to resign last month. Max Mitch is facing unrelated weapons charges and was released on his own recognizance after pleading not guilty state attorney general TJ town of our TJ Donovan says he feels me is a ticking time bomb when people.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Eight ten in one zero three one W G Y New York state sheriff's association voicing its opposition to proposals to legalize recreational marijuana more from w g wise reached shepherd we finally realized it was a bad idea. That's the bottom line from a group led by the New York state sheriff's association coming out now in opposition to any proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in New York state. Speakers took aim at the concept from number of directions, including concerns about more traffic accidents money saying the amount of revenue generated wouldn't cover any potential budget deficit in New York state legalization, they say will not fix the criminal Justice system, and it won't fix social Justice issues either governor Cuomo has called for the legalization of recreational marijuana as parts of this legislative session downtown Albany, read shepherd, NewsRadio eight one zero three one WG why it's being described as a shocking turn of events in a Warren county court today, a mistrial declared the trial of die. Silence. Stolz longtime camp counselor Brantley Kevin Horrigan Stolz was on trial for allegedly sexually abusing nine boys with the cap trial came to a halt. And one of the boys admitted before he testified that he fabricated the allegations directives been now issued by acting Warren county judge Kelley mckeon he wants to have worn county. Prosecutors to re interview all of Stolz accusers before another trial can be scheduled Stolz was facing twenty-seven. Federally and misdemeanor charges a Seventy-seven-year-old. Massachusetts man has been arrested by state police offering an allegation of child sexual abuse and waynesboro Richard Cockburn of Merrimac Massachusetts has been charged with first degree sex abuse. Which is a faculty and misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child say that following a complaint and an investigation. It was determined. He sexually abused a child in Dwayne Burke, home Coburn was sent to this connected..

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR knees in Culver City, California. I'm psycho tau African American lawmakers in Virginia are continuing to call for governor. Ralph Northam to resign. And in a statement, the Virginia legislative black caucus says a sexual assault allegation against the Lieutenant governor must be thoroughly investigated. The statement does not call for the state's attorney general Mark herring to resign. NPR's? Debbie Elliott reports governor north and hasn't been heard from this week after admitting wearing black face in college at the capitol Fredericksburg businessman. Kevin Williams says he campaigned for the democrat north them. But doesn't think he should remain in office when you've participated knowingly and willfully in those kinds of activities, you cannot effectively lead govern or maintain the trust of the people that you're responsible to lead. But that kind of staying in your past you just can't do others being called to account for racist. Images are democratic attorney general Mark herring. Who admitted wearing black face in college and Republican state. Senate majority leader Thomas Norman who is editor of a nineteen sixty eight yearbook that contained racial slurs. Debbie Elliott NPR news Richmond Virginia out the national prayer breakfast in Washington earlier today, President Trump failed to acknowledge house speaker Nancy Pelosi, but during her weekly briefing with reporters Pelosi shared, her views about the state of the union address, noting that Trump failed to talk about the environment or what she called the climate crisis. She also said his speech didn't address gun violence. I was very disappointed that in the state of the union address. There was no mentioned. Violence in our country caused by the proliferation of guns Pelosi and other democratic lawmakers are calling for what they say are sensible gun safety laws, and stricter background checks for all gun sales on Wall Street today, the S and P closed down twenty five points. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd governor Andrew Cuomo and lawmakers are on the path to legalizing recreational marijuana. But in a number of coalition say the state is moving a bit too fast. Karen to wit reports the head of the New York state sheriff's association and night. A county sheriff rob may shell predicts legalizing adult recreational marijuana is going to lead to drug driving people will die as a result of folks making the destructive decision of using marijuana in an operating a motor vehicle. He says at the very least the measure should include funding for police to hire and train more drug. Recognition experts county health officials in New York are also asking for more funding to deal with public health effects. And they say there's been so little research on the drug that the long term health effects, are unknown. Governor Cuomo also delivered a full throated attack on the MTA in a speech to business leaders today. WNYC's Stephen S was there and says the governor slammed everything from the agency's management to how it cleans the floors while the governor criticize the agency for wasting money and having a dysfunctional board. He even bash them for using tide laundry detergent on the floors, just because it smells better EMT. A is a disgrace for this state. We all know it. She wants to restructure the agency replace its board and give complete control the one person. He's willing to do it as for revenue. The governor says congestion pricing is the best way to bring in money in urged lawmakers to make it happen. The MTA didn't respond to the attacks. But it agree. Read that without congestion pricing agency would need to raise fares. Twenty seven percent in the next five years to cover its capital expenses, and filmmaker. Woody Allen is suing Amazon for cancelling a four picture movie deal last year after allegations that he sexually abused his daughter resurfaced and a lawsuit which was filed today. Allen says the allegations had been common knowledge for decades when he signed the deal with Amazon in two thousand seventeen but he says the company still use them as an excuse to back out of the deal. Allen is also accusing Amazon of refusing to release a film he completed before it pulled out of the contract..

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Is Forty-six at NewsRadio. Eight ten in one zero three one WGN President Trump says there may be a deal to ensure the government doesn't run out of money again on February fifteenth speaking to White House reporters today, President Trump said congressional negotiators or quote, working on something president remains firm on its demand for a multibillion dollar wall on the southern border several groups, including the New York state sheriff's association coming out and opposition any proposal, legalize recreational marijuana in the state, they have a number of reasons, including what they feel are the likelihood of traffic fatalities debts. They do feel at something of a money grab by Albany. But don't agree with those who say bringing it out into the open and taxing it will do away with a black market Massachusetts legalized recreational marijuana several years ago began. Dan, selling legalized pot in November of last year, Columbia County sheriff David Bartlett says being a border county to Massachusetts. He seeing a big increase in pot bust in Columbia County. We are seeing a very big increase and we'd come in across from mass. We bought her right there. So believe it or not right on the front seat and some people at the press conference today said that they still consider marijuana a gateway drug governor Cuomo said the same thing several years ago, but he said that with numerous states bordering New York legalizing recreational marijuana, he feels that New York is missing out on a potential substantial revenue stream and estate study panel that Cuomo appointed last year. So there were more benefits than risks to legalizing recreational pot state police in queensbury give a ride to a man that they see walking wobbly down a lake George road super gives thirty five year old Paul Russia of lake Georgia ride back to his house. Then troopers say when Russia gets out of the car he becomes combative hitting and spitting at the trooper who gave him a lift. Home Russia charged with resisting arrest disorderly conduct unlawful possession of marijuana. Sears getting a new life of bankruptcy. Judge approved the sale of the retailer to chairman Eddie Lampert for over five billion dollars. The deal is expected to close tomorrow. Sears file for bankruptcy back in October. WG Y news time four thirty four. Our next update at five. I'm Jim gangway already more Sean Hannity in less than three minutes, a NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one W G Y tomorrow with.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I'm Heather zehr on NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one WG, y and we have cloudy skies and forty four degrees at News Radio. Eight ten to one or three one W G Y our top story. New York state sheriff's association has voicing its opposition to proposals to legalize recreational marijuana w g wise reached shepherd reports finally realized it was a bad idea. That's the bottom line from the group led by the New York state sheriff's association coming out now in opposition to any proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in New York state. Speakers took aim at the concept from a number of directions, including concern. Earns about more traffic accidents to money saying the amount of revenue generated wouldn't cover any potential budget deficit in New York state legalization, they say will not fix the criminal Justice system, and it won't fix social Justice issues either governor Cuomo has called for the legalization of recreational marijuana as parts of this legislative session downtown Albany, read shepherd, NewsRadio eight ten one zero three one WG Y as unlimited Angelo Santa Barbara has introduced legislation to honor a fallen state trooper WG wise. Jim gag already has more Cooper Jeremy van nostrand died in the crash near the route five s find a state police barracks. In the town of Glen this past November and Australia was reporting to work was turning into the barracks. When his car was rear ended by a box truck that his car was pushed into oncoming traffic when it was hit by a pickup truck. Santa Barbara wants to designate part of that road as the trooper Jeremy JV nostrand memorial highway the portion where the barracks are located and where van nostrand, sir. Served. Jim gangway already NewsRadio eight ten and.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"That's cancelled for the area. Now, Wall Street ending the last full trading week of two thousand eighteen with more losses. Dow Jones industrials down four hundred sixteen points, NASDAQ closed down one hundred ninety five s and p lost fifty one for the week down s and p down more than six percent. Nasdaq down more than seven percent worse week on Wall Street and ten years. President Trump says the odds are probably very good for a partial government shutdown at midnight. Trump told reporters at the White House this afternoon Democrats are to blame if a Bill to fund the government fails in the Senate funding Bill. House last night includes more than five million dollars for a wall. Well, given the toxic atmosphere of the nation. Also regionally a bit of encouraging news to candidates in the nineteen th congressional district race this past November happen talking and Gumbo. Incumbent congressman John Fazio tells W G Y news his office in the office of congressman elect Antonio Delgado had been talking about transition issues facile out of office and a job on January third. What does the future hold the point is though, I think that it's been a great honor for me to serve even though it was only two years, and even though I very much wanted to continue the people thought otherwise, and I respect their judgement. But I'm gonna continue to remain active in public affairs and issues that are affecting our state and our nation and fast. So not ruling out a return political Rena in the future. Former Columbia County sheriff Paul proper died Thursday at his home. He started his career with the sheriff's office in nineteen sixty one became sheriff in nineteen seventy seven serving three terms in the nineteen eighties proper held the office. President for the New York state sheriff's association. In addition. He was a firefighter for the copay fire district over fifty years, Columbia County public safety building named after proper WGN..

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To the bonus show how're are you doing good that we've got so much to competent today the deputy assigned to the florida school heard the shooting and never went in we'll have at that coming up here in just a little bit the new york state sheriff's association has called for an arm cop in every school uh trump considers polling ice out of california added to see that story gap basically saying fine were done well i mean if you're not if if they're not going to get cooperation from locals at because it's a state if it's a state policy they're not going to get state resources i mean i feel bad for those cities who were not you know part of that and don't agree with the state moving in that direction but what do you expect the federal government to do oddysey pat conference of conservatives going on will have some audio from that would say about the liberal group that unveiled say coverage uh a uh a a coverage for all up plan and when it comes to health care two weeks now especially two weeks now and no sense of urgency from democrats to release the memo and they'll get to it when they get through there are other things they're they're busy peter digit get the memo yeah muller files new charges against a manafort will have that day coming up plus a whole bunch of other stories and and and uh and and and audio cuts um that is very quick beyond the the the memo there's no sense of urgency doesn't matter that congress is out there is no off off about it no i don't we almost you would have if if you were adam schiff and you were rattigan that all the agreements with the fbi were done i mean you'd be rushed to the cameras saying listen were you know we can't get this voted on carr's committee.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WTMA

"Bogus because surveillance uh of carter page is what got them to michael flynn than the michael flynn fis award is bogus and at all falls apart filthy because because now the media a you know it's not like it's their number one priority clearly but they want to see the memo they are curious so imagine that the memo because i mean it's already done have to vote on it because of any changes uh they you know procedurally they're going after the committee is gonna have to vote on it but it's going to be out what if they chill part out now well there's there's the question you take that part because what we hear first it's twelve pages now it's ten a bright because it a redaction wouldn't mean fewer pages it just means that the same number of pages parts of it will be blacked out right you ages cross it out now of course there's the most obvious i think probably thought and that is well the first report of twelve pages was wrong it's actually on ten pages or was it i have i have my own conspiracy theory former president obama yes has to pinkie fingers we saw agudat in the pig result in in the border at is sought and you and stru that's on at least on that one one hand which means he'd be an awesome blackjack dealer uh all right the new york state sheriff's association calls for an armed police officer in every school in the wake of the florida school shooting that took the lives of seventeen people the new york state sheriff's association is calling for armed officers in every school in new york with more than six thousand seven hundred public and private schools in the state the sheriff's association estimates that the cost would roughly be equal to adding one teacher to each of those schools well his associations calling on the state legislature to incorporate the cost into the 2018 budget this will be an expensive undertaking but we always to our children and their parents to provide a safe place for education to take place said wayne county sheriff berry verts president of the new york state eight sheriff's association many school districts already heavy school resource officer paid for by the district or the county government the only way to ensure that every student has a protection of an armed officer in close proximity is for the state to provide reliable funding stream for sr rose many school districts and local governments are unable to do all.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WJR 760

"The judge's ruling just last of of friday stating that all of the favorable evidence must be given the flynn's lawyer at that point the bigger picture is if the carter page warrant was bogus because surveillance uh of carter page is what got them to michael flynn than the michael flynn the fis award is bogus and at all falls apart tilted because because now the media uh you know it's not like it's their number one priority clearly but they want to see the memo they are curious so imagine that the memo because i mean it's already done that the vote on it because of any changes uh they you know procedurally they're going after the committee is gonna have to vote on it but it's going to be out what if they chill part out now well there's there's the question you take that party as what we hear first it's twelve pages now it's ten a right because it a redaction wouldn't mean fewer pages it just means that the same number of pages parts of it will be blacked out right uefa's cross it out now of course there's the most obvious i think probably thought and that is well the first report of twelve pages was wrong it's actually only ten pages or was it i have i had in my own conspiracy theory former president obama yes has to pinkie fingers we saw odds ought in the piggeries ought in the in the border it yeah is sought and shoot and stru that's on at least on that one one hand which means he'd be an awesome blackjack dealer uh all right the new york state sheriff's association calls for an armed police officer in every school in the wake of the florida school shooting that took the lives of seventeen people the new york state sheriff's association is calling for armed officers in every school in new york with more than six thousand seven hundred public and private schools in the state the sheriff's association estimates that the cost would roughly be equal to adding one teacher to each of those schools well his associations calling on the state legislature to incorporate the cost into the 2018 budget this will be an expensive undertaking but we always to our children and their parents to provide a safe place for education to.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"All of the favorable evidence must be given to flynn's lawyer at that point the bigger picture is if the carter page warrant was bogus because surveillance uh of carter page is what got them to michael flynn than the michael flynn the fis award is bogus and it all falls apart tilted because because now the media uh you know it's not like it's their number one priority clearly but they want to see the memo they are curious so imagine that the memo because i mean it's already done have the vote on it because of any changes uh they you know procedurally they're going after the committee is gonna have to vote on it but it's going to be out what if they chill part out now well pierce there's the question you take that part of his what we hear first it's twelve pages it's ten right who because a reduction wouldn't mean fewer pages it just means that the same number of pages parts of it will be blacked out right you ages cross it out now of course there's the most obvious i think probably thought and that is well the first report of twelve pages was wrong it's actually on ten pages or was it i have i have my own conspiracy theory former president obama this has to pinkie fingers we saw odds ought in the piggeries ought in the in the border it yeah is sought and shoot at stru that's on at least on that on one hand which means he'd be an awesome blackjack dealer uh all right the new york state sheriff's association calls for an armed police officer in every school in the wake of the florida school shooting that took the lives of seventeen people the new york state sheriff's association is calling for armed officers in every school in new york with more than six thousand seven hundred public and private schools in the state the sheriff's association estimates that the cost would roughly be equal to adding one teacher to each of those schools well his associations calling on the state legislature to incorporate the cost into the 2018 budget this will be an expensive undertaking but we always to our children and their parents to provide a safe place for education to.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"As we move into a friday gary welcome to the ball michelle how're you doing good that we've got so much to competent today the deputy assigned to the florida's school heard the shooting and never went in we'll have that that coming up here in just a little bit the new york state sheriff's association has called for an arm cop in every school uh trump considers polling ice out of california did you see that story gap basically saying fine were done well i mean if you're not if if they're not going to get cooperation from locals because it's a state if it's a state policy they're not going to get state resources i mean i feel bad for those cities who were not you know part of that and don't agree with the state moving in that direction but what do you expect the federal government to do ali cpap conference of conservatives going on will have some audio from that would say about the liberal group that unveils a coverage uh a uh a a a coverage for all a plan and when it comes to health care two weeks now especially two weeks now and no sense of urgency from democrats to release the memo and they'll get to it when they get you there are other things they're they're busy peter digit get the memo yes there muller files new charges against him manafort will have that day coming up plus a whole bunch of other stories and and and uh and and and audio cuts um gadgets were equipped beyond that the the memo there's no sense of urgency doesn't matter that congress is out there is no talk about it no i'd only we almost you would have if if you were adam schiff and you were rattigan that all the agreements with the fbi were done i mean you'd be rushing to the cameras saying listen we you know we can't get.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This week it knew of six recent case as of child sexual abuse or exploitation by staff or associates and the charity oxfam says several employees were let go over reported sexual misconduct in haiti as that country struggled after the 2010 earthquake amy held npr news in north dakota a group of indigenous people is marking the oneyear that's passed since police cleared protest camp set up along dakota access pipeline sites from cannonball north dakota douala psychout are reports they're on a fourday prayer walk verge of overdosed shared the prayer walk began with a ceremony in front of a t plan on the standing rock sioux tribe reservation sunny would not say is a tribal elder who walker alert we remember remembering lou the standing rock movement grew from a hand full of people protesting a pipeline on a hill to a giant village of protests camps that were at one point ten thousand plus strong wind county sheriff call kirk meyer from be one of your protest on you to the end was to keep everyone seve and we achieved the organizers of the walk say the standing rock movement lives on at other protest sites across the country and internationally friend pierre news i'm duopoly psychout out in cannonball north dakota this is npr this is wnyc in new york i'm lance lucky responding to last week's mass shooting at a florida high school the new york state sheriff's association says there should be an armed police officer assigned to every school in the state peter kiho as the association's director this is of there we can do immediately will have an immediate positive of her and god to wait until we are able to cure all society ills this going to be too late kiho says he's working with several republican lawmakers to get four hundred million dollars into the state's budget this year that's about what it costs to hire an additional teacher at every school it's not yet clear how much support the idea will get in albany governor cuomo has said he does not support the plan meanwhile an appeals court has upheld new york city's law banning people with home handgun licenses from taking guns outside the city for target practice or to a second home yesterday's ruling by the second us circuit court of appeals kept intact a lower court ruling which found that the second amendment was not infringed new jersey governor phil murphy's promise to fix nj transit mostly focuses on trains.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WDRC

"The board january fifth person who was close to cruise contacts the fbi tip line a report concerns about him including his possession of guns i mean this was in the fbi has pretty much acknowledges now but why wasn't there's something in place with this entire pattern of behaviour all of the adults caretakers this is a student i know he's nineteen but as the student you have adults and agencies the park months organizations that all have authority to do something at least to the level that he couldn't by a gun or his guns would have been taken or or possibly he went to jail reports that he actually pointed a gun at someone's head how many times the something has to be done this is a massive failure because you pointed out earlier it goes along all levels of of government and authorities here all the way up to the fbi uh the sunsentinel reporting that there were roughly twenty roughly twenty goals un about crews over the past few years um an the sheriff uh didn't detail what the calls were about saying a deputy may of responded the some and others not so we don't know what the nature of those work but if it rose to the level of somebody calling the authorities how is this not a red flag the twenty twenty incidents twenty goals that's just one that's just the the sheriff how many adults in this entire chain of events were involved and new in the wake of the florida school shootings uh the new york state sheriff's association has called for an arm cop in every school with more than sixty seven hundred public and private schools in the state the sheriff's association estimates that the cost would roughly be equal to adding a teacher to each of those schools his sociation is calling on the state legislature to incorporate the cost into the twenty eight team state budget this will be an expensive undertaking but we always to our children and their parents to provide a safe place for education to take place said wayne county sheriff berry verge president of the new york state sheriff's association the only way to ensure that every student has the protection of an armed officer in close proximity is for the state to provide a reliable funding stream for s r os many school districts are local governments are unable to do so due.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Favorable evidence must be given to flynn's lawyer at that point the bigger picture is if the carter page warrant was bogus because surveillance uh of carter page is what got them to michael flynn than the michael flynn the fis a warrant is bogus and at all falls apart till tickets because now the media uh you know it's not like it's their number one priority clearly but they want to see the memo they are curious so amac jim at the memo because i mean it's already done they're the vote on it because of any changes uh they you know procedurally they're going after the committee is gonna have to vote on it but it's going to be out what if they chill part out now well pierce there's the question you take that party because what we hear first it's twelve pages now it's ten ryan who because a reduction wouldn't mean fewer pages it just means that the same number of pages parts of it will be blacked out brought uefa's cross it out now of course there's the most obvious i think probably thought and that is well the first report of twelve pages was wrong it's actually on ten pages or was it i have i had in my own conspiracy theory former president obama yes has two pinky fingers we saw it in the pig resort in the in the boardroom it yeah is sought and who and stru that's not at least on that on one hand which means he'd be an awesome blackjack dealer uh all right the new york state sheriff's association calls for an armed police officer in every school in the wake of the florida school shooting that took the lives of seventeen people the new york state sheriff's association is calling for armed officers in every school in new york with more than six thousand seven hundred public and private schools in the state the sheriff's association estimates that the cost would roughly be equal to adding one teacher to each of those schools well his associations calling on the state legislature to incorporate the cost into the 2018 budget this will be an expensive undertaking but we owe it to our children and their parents to provide a safe place for education to take place.

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"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"new york state sheriff association" Discussed on WDRC

"A friday herri welcome to the bonus show how are you doing good that we got so much to cover today the a deputy assigned to the florida school heard the shooting and never went in we'll have that that coming up here in just a little bits of the new york state sheriff's association has called for an armed cop in every school uh trump considers polling ice out of california did you see that story gap is insane fine we're done well i mean if you're not if if they're not going to get cooperation from locals of because it's a state if it's a state policy they're not going to get state resources i mean i feel bad for those cities who were not know part of that in don't agree with the state moving in that direction but what he expect the federal government to do oddysey pat conference of conservatives going on will have some audio from of that will save up a liberal group it unveils a coverage uh a uh a a coverage for all of plan and when it comes to health care two weeks now especially two weeks now and no sense of urgency from democrats to release the memo and they'll get you it when they get through their other things they're they're busy peter digit get the memo yeah muller files new charges against him manafort will have that day coming up plus a whole bunch of other stories and and and the and and and audio cuts um that is very quick beyond that the the memo there's no sense of rugs he doesn't matter that congress is out there is no walkabout it no i don't win almost you would you have five if you were adam schiff and you were ready and that all the agreements with the fbi were done i mean you'd be rushing to the cameras saying listen we you know we can't get this voted on carr's committee.

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