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A conversation with Bill Stomp, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for DigitalDispatcher.com.
Bill explains the benefits of having a mobile workforce, which is also mobilized and highly productive.
Reactions to the shooting death of Michael Brown and what it has caused to happen around the country..
FERGUSON, Mo. – Below is a timeline of the shooting of Michael Brown on Saturday, Aug. 9, in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri. The times are taken from documents provided by the Ferguson Police Department, including dispatch logs and an incident report on a robbery at a convenience store.
11:48 a.m. — Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson arrives at a residence in response to an unrelated call about a 2-month-old child having difficulty breathing when she coughs.
11:51 a.m. — Ferguson police receive a call of a robbery in progress at the Ferguson Market convenience store.
11:54 a.m. — A different, unidentified officer arrives at the Ferguson Market and gets a physical description from an employee and customer of a suspect who took some cigars.
11:57 a.m. — A police dispatcher broadcasts a detailed description of the robbery suspect, saying that he was wearing a red St. Louis Cardinals ball cap and yellow socks and was walking with another man toward another convenience store called QuikTrip.
12:00 p.m. — Officer Wilson leaves the scene of the call about a sick child.
12:01 p.m. — Officer Wilson encounters Michael Brown walking on a street and the shooting follows. Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson said Friday that Wilson did not know about the robbery at the convenience store when he encountered Brown.
12:04 p.m. — Another officer arrives on the scene after the shooting, and an ambulance is contacted to treat Brown's wounds.
Back In To Society is a show based on the positive and the negative of the criminal justice system.
Facebook is heading to the supreme court to discuss harrassment and freedom of speech. 9-1-1 criticized about a handling of a rape case. If someone forced you to say "I Love You," would you feel violated? Border Patrol accused of mistreating immigrant children crossing the borders by themselves. Kentucky Fried Chicken apoligizes for mishap and the return of Slenderman is sure to drive you crazy. Religious Freedom is sure enough a tongue twister in court with Christian lawyers.
I finally get to interview my Favorite Electrician
I started my Electrical Inside Wireman apprenticeship in 1976. I completed to Journey level in 1980. I have worked in all aspects of the electrical field, residential, commercial and industrial and at many levels; apprentice, journeyman, steward, foreman and general foreman. I have taught part time in the apprenticeship program since 1980 and obtained my California Teachers Credential in 1981. I have worked as a business agent and dispatcher for IBEW Local 11 under two different Business Managers. In 1996 I transitioned full time to the Electrical Training Institute as Senior Instructor and in 2006 became the Outreach Director. In 2009 I was appointed and then elected, and re-elected in 2012, by the membership as Vice President of IBEW Local 11. I served six months as the Interim President.
I am active and involved with my union; I have participated in community outreach even before I started my apprenticeship in 1976. Since 1980 I have been an active member on the Long Beach Private Industry Council, School to Career Organization, the Youth Opportunities Organization and other local groups. I was co-founder of Electric Women in 1984 and Blue Collar Women in 2006; active tradeswomen support groups. I currently sit on a number of community, education and faith based advisory committees and serve as a Board member for the Foothill WIB, the Pacific Gateway WIB, the South Bay WIB, the ACE Mentoring program, the United Jobs Community Coalition and the PV Jobs Foundation.
Outreach Director, Electrical Training Institute
6023 S. Garfield Ave.
City of Commerce, CA 90040
Join hosts Jim Backus and Rachelle Rozzo, and moderator Sue Edgington, tonight May 3, 2014 at 10:30 pm, as we interview Roy Anny Rudolph, the dispatcher that was on duty the night of the 1994 Trumbull County, Ohio UFO incident. We will be taking call-ins after the interview as Roy Anne is on a tight schedule. You may ask questions from our chat room and if we have time we will ask Roy Anne questions for you. If you would like to share your stories about the incident that occured that night or any other UFO expereince you've had, please call in! We would love to hear from you!
This is a link to a you tube video of the dispatch recordings from that evening. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXwG-kBYE6U
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When you’re dealing with water or fire damage, you have your hands full already. You shouldn’t have to worry about the restoration company arriving late. We contact you while we are in route and let you know what time we will be there so that you’re not left in the dark. Before we get there, we can also give you tips on how to decrease the amount of damages you suffer in an emergency.
Timing is crucial when it comes to restoration. If you have an emergency such as a broken pipe or busted water heater, our dispatcher will get one of our professional service technicians to your property right away. All of our technicians come equipped with all the necessary tools and equipment to help fix any issue you have. We do whatever it takes to get the job done right.
We also understand that you have a busy schedule. To accommodate you, we make appointments with you at a time that’s most convenient for you. We want to make this process as easy and stress-free as possible for you, and give you the the absolute best quality of service.
What you need to know and getting you place back in order.
David Smetko the CN Dispatcher will be our guest this week on this prerecoded episode on LTT. You can not call the show during this interview. We will learn about what his job entails, what segments of railroad he dispatches and then his hobby of rare mileage train riding. A good show for sure!
It's MOVIE MONDAY on the Brian The Hammer Show Brians Guest today is:
-Rick Dumont, Filmmaker, Sweaty Turtle Entertainment. After nearly 20 years as a police dispatcher Rick became a reporter covering the New England Entertainment world. In 2001, an accidental experience with the fairly new band, the Dresden Dolls opened his mind to the possibilities that I too could be an artist of some sort. Since then Rick teamed with his wife and horror writer Jason Korolenko to write and direct "The Bond" which is being released now to Indie Theaters around the country and soon online and dvd. Rick has now wrapped his 3rd feature "Fraternitas" this year and prepping in pre-production of his 4th feature producing live art events to benefit local domestic/sexual violence support groups and animal shelters. Rick is also working on a couple of television shows and promotional videos for businesses and concert video for Bands. Rick is bringing copies of "The Bond" and "Brothers in Communion" to give away.
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Remember Marisa Alexander? Her abusive husband beat her up regularly. She shot the loser and tried to use the "STAND YOUR GROUND" law. She was found guilty and is now serving a 20 year sentence.
Neighborhood Vigilante and wanna-be cop, George Zimmerman, was found not guilty on Saturday, July 13, 2013. He was told to remain in his vehicle by the 911 dispatcher yet he persued, confronted and shot Trayvon Martin dead in cold blood.
Have your say folks. What are your opinions on this hot button case that has captivated the entire nation?
1 State your first name only (and Where You're Calling From)
2. Your valued opinion on the case and verdict
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This evening took on a life of its own. The conversation went to the amount of time in which someone is recorded by the 911 dispatcher as to be screaming "help" repeatedly and when the gun shot actually goes off. We have added the orignal unedited 911 recordings. It is emotiionally difficult to listen to this because you can hear the fear and desperation in the person's voice - the one who is screaming. The argument continues... We also include the questions and answers in a specific press conference discussing racist tweets. The jury has been chosen and in the predominantly black town of Sanford, Florida, they didn't keep a single black person on the jury.
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