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The December 11, 2014, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with Sergeant Gary Bush, Marion County Sheriff’s Office (ret.), Detective Michael J. Saxe, New York City Police Department, (ret.), Dr. Alison Brown, CEO ENCOMPASS, LLC and Mike Ohren, Vice President, ENCOMPASS, LLC.
About the Guests
While critical incidents are commonplace within the realm of law enforcement, providing an effective response is not. During the interview, we will explore a few scenarios that span the career of two law enforcement professionals; Sgt. Gary Bush (Retired Marion County Sheriffs Office/Polk County Sheriff’s Office and Detective Michael J. Saxe Retired New York City Police Department) A couple that are typical/expected in a law enforcement career and the other, an atypical event that we pray will never occur again. We will look at the effects this had on each law enforcement professional. Sgt. Bush had no CISM or Peer Support services offered. Detective Saxe had the services available. What are the results during and following each of their careers? Critical insight will be provided by Dr. Alison Brown and Mike Ohren, two mental health professionals and co-founders of BACKING the BADGE, the law enforcement Division of ENCOMPASS, LLC. Sgt. Gary Bush and Det. Michael J. Saxe are the actual professionals that dealt with the situations that will unfold in front of the audience. Therefore, the narrative is very moving, personally and professionally engaging and atypical of most others offered. This is a rare opportunity to see the effects that cumulative stress, administrative issues, and critical incidents actually have had on law enforcement professionals.
Today on The Boochcast we are broadcasting live from Super Target. We got wrestling talk, news, and weekend stories.
Sherri's Playhouse is proud to present; Unfortunate Demonic Incident Number 271 by Setsu Uzume?! Please join us for this far out comedy about what happens when an demon invades your space!
Chatting With Sherri Presents The Cast of Unfortunate Demonic Incident Number 271 by Setsu Uzume for Sherri's Playhouse! Join the cast as they chat about their parts, performing a radio play and how they feel about this wonderful new play!
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In this 3rd part of my interview with Kay Bess, we have a nice discussion about improvisation and what it means to each of us as it relates to a voiceover career. It’s a really cool conversation because we both have a small revelation about what we mean by the word ‘improvisation’.
Thanks to JASON RACKOW for his fabulous and friendly audio editing of todays interview!
So we discuss the concept of ‘acting improvisation’ versus pure improvisation. We also find hear her story of age 7 and being asked to be ‘funny’ on stage – poor thing! We also touch on that aspect of community in VO again - how we are all somewhat isolated and looking to connect… Some specific improv examples with a script and Kay’s quoteable line, “It’s really about keeping your mind sharp, open and willing.” Kay also gives a shout out to Rob Paulson and his live podcast because … well listen to my show and hear about it!!
Kay Bess is an American voice actress with over 20 years experience and is the female voice of The Tennis Channel, the female imaging voice for Q107 Toronto, and narrated the insanely popular TV series The Property Brothers on HGTV, seasons 1-4. She was the female voice of DIRECTV from 2009-2013. She's voiced hundreds of TV and radio commercials, promos and has narrated documentaries airing on HGTV, Discovery, WE, E! and Learning Channel. www.KayBess.com, @KayBess and on FB.
VO artist LoveThatRebecca aka Rebecca Michaels Haugh is your host and producer of Love That VoiceOver. Connect on Twitter @RebeccaMichaels and @LoveThatVO, on FaceBook pages Rebecca Michaels and Love That Voiceover, plus websites www.LoveThatRebecca.com and http://www.LoveThatVoiceover.com.
Yes another black life has been lost at the hands of a white police officer in Berkeley Missouri. There is a difference in circumstances between the two cases that seemly are only miles apart. In Ferguson Michael Brown lost his life as a result of shoplifting and assault case which eventually lead to his death by Officer Darren Wilson. In contrast the suspect, who has not been named approached a Berkeley police officer with a weapon in his hand pointing it at the officer, who has not been named yet. the officer backed away and fired several times killing the armed suspect. Crime does not pay if you're armed or not. But the overall outrage in terms of what's happening in this country as a whole still lingers. What makes Berkeley different is that there is store video that backs up the justifiable use of force, where in Ferguson, there was no video of the incident.
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This show will address questions from the listeners,exploring Eating Disorders, Compulsive Eating vs. Binge Eating, and Dealing With A Terminal Illness. The show will also address teen behaviors and sudden changes. What are warning signs
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Real Talk With Mitchy Slick
We have witnessed time and time again Young African American Men under attack not only from those who have taken an oath to protect and serve our community and communities across this nation but those who have supported and ruled in favor of injustice, Black Robes White Justice. This incident and those across this nation have united us all to stand against these grave miscarriages of Justice. Black, Brown, White, Asian and all ethnicities. Today we will hear from San Diego’s own Mitchy Slick discussing his thoughts on these subjects. What it’s like to be Young & Black in today’s society? Who is Mitchy Slick? San Diego as a Community past & present.Join us to hear the real side of Mitchy Slick.
Special shout out to Anesha Spikes and the entire Southeast Memorial Page. Darryl Mohammed, Greg Crews. Monica Kelly, Olivia Dixon and each and every one of you who support who we are as a people. Also want to give a shout out to those who have been a part of keeping us informed and organizing,Maitho, Wendy, Xavier, Victoria Elliot, Carl Box, Uhuru, my Sister Laila Aziz and so many others. You don’t want to miss this. One thing I can promise it’s going to be real.
THE NEW NFL PERSONAL CONDUCT POLICY
The NFL has developed a new Personal Conduct Policy that applies to all NFL personnel — owners,
coaches, players, other team employees, game officials and league office employees. The policy
was developed after discussions with more than 150 experts from across the country — including
domestic violence and sexual assault experts, advocates and survivors, law enforcement officials,
academic experts, business leaders, current and former players and the NFL Players Association.
HOW DOES IT WORK? The policy establishes clear standards of behavior for all NFL personnel. Clubs are
obligated to promptly report any potential violation of the policy that comes to their attention and must fully cooperate
with any related law enforcement and NFL investigations. When a potential violation occurs, the NFL will make
available evaluation and counseling services for the player or employee, as well as resources to assist victims and
The NFL will follow a fair and predictable process for investigating the incident and ultimately taking
disciplinary action if a violation has occurred.
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On this episode of Carson's Corner, Bob will discuss the recent uprising agaisnt police brutality and how it relates to the larger struggle agaisnt capitalism. Also, earlier today, two NYPD officers were shot and killed while parked in their vehicle. Bob will give his thoughts on this incident and its implications and much more.
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THIS WEEK: Making IT Through the MADNESS
Do you get overwhelmed w/crowds, lights and loud noises? Now imagine having a Brain Injuriy... now imagine adding PTSD to the mix after having been trained to take peoples lives w/o remorse. It's the Holidays and for 38 days between the 3rd Wednesday in November to the 2nd of January, Society takes on a different attitude. Making it through this time has its own unique challenges for those without Brain Injuries but what about those w/Brain Injuries and or PTSD? How are we supposed to make IT through without incident if those w/o Brain Injuries can't? Tonight we will provide Five Easy Steps that have used for centuries but never revealed until now.
Join Kevin and the Marvelous Maggie, MRC, as they share a unique perspective on a variety of topics related to LIFE with a Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatci Stress Disorder.
On the next episode of Destroy N Rebuild Radio, we will be addressing the fundamental issues surrounding the African Amerikkkan communities, turbulent raltion with the Blue Wall of the Police forces patroling our communities. We'll also discuss some of the history of the police and thier role in ourcommunity and lastly... We'll talk solutions and guides to how to best navigate an incident with the police.
All this and more on the next Broadcast.