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Discussion on the Republican debate and great interview with former LAPD officer Alez Salazar who is now traveling America raising awareness on Police brutality issues. He shares first hand reports from LAPD in the late 80's early 90's with extensive details on institutional racism and how it affected him.
We also dispell two myths about Reagan, with some interesting life history from our very own Joel Gardner. Lots going on in the news we discuss, from clock-bomb scares to referee attacks (just following orders- lol) - we cover all the important news.
LAPD Shooting: Homeless Victim Stole French Man's Identity, Authorities Say
Miami brothers 'kidnapped 16-year-old girl and forced her to have sex with dozens of men every day'
Family of brain-dead 13-year-old girl file lawsuit against hospital claiming doctors botched surgery
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2978158/Family-girl-declared-brain-dead-sues-California-hospital.html#ixzz3TT49XCHT
Man found guilty of beating his girlfriend's son to death because the 3-year-old used a curse word while playing Mortal Kombat
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2979452/Man-guilty-murdering-girlfriend-s-son-3-year-old-used-swear-word-playing-Mortal-Kombat.html#ixzz3TT4ROU9D
In an exclusive in studio interview on the Hutchinson Report with Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck gives a report to the citizens of Los Angeles regarding his accomplishments and what he wants to see in his second term, if confirmed by the LA City Council.Chief Beck discusses officer discipline, use of force, promoting diversity, and expanding community policing, and most importantly furthering reform within the LAPD," s
LAPD REBROADCASTING ON RESERVES ANALOG TAC CHANNEL 12 1-2
Guest: Cheryl Dorsey
Ms. Dorsey is a Los Angeles native. In 1978, she began a career in law enforcement where she worked for the State of California, Department of Justice. In 1980, Cheryl joined the Los Angeles Police Department. During (LAPD) her twenty year career, she worked exclusively in patrol and specialized units such as traffic, vice and the infamous gang unit known as Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (C.R.A.S.H.)
As an LAPD insider, Ms. Dorsey's autobiography, The Creation of a Manifesto, Black & Blue, provides an unfiltered look into the LAPD's internal processes with a level of credibility that is undeniable and irrefutable. Today, she serves as a speaker, free-lance writer, community advocate and police expert, educating the public in the areas of police policy and procedures as well as understanding police culture and deciphering police code talk. She has appeared on the Dr. Phil Show as a guest expert and is also a regular commentator on syndicated radio show, The Hutchinson Report in Los Angeles.
Ms. Dorsey is a speaker, free-lance writer and much sought after police expert on important issues making national headlines, regarding abuse under the color of authority – that is, racial profiling, use of force, deadly force and women’s work place issues. Ms. Dorsey enlightens and empowers audiences with her candid and honest approach to surviving police encounters.
Cheryl joins Take 2 Radio to discuss her career in law enforcement and her book on Tuesday, Nov. 4th 7pm eastern time!
Title: Lie Catchers: Paul Bishop talks about law enforcement, false confessions, and more
Intro: Paul Bishop, whose thirty-five years in the LAPD included being part of a department in times when it experienced both major problems and major changes, will share his views on the current crisis in law enforcement and what can be done about it. He'll also talk about false confessions from the point of view of an experienced interrogator. He'll also talk to us about "micro expressions."
Visit www.crimeandscienceradio.com for more information on Paul and all shows with Crime and Science Radio.
Good morning, and welcome to your Tuesday. Hammer, myself---Executive Producer, Ellen Johnson---along with the rest of the crazy morning crew are glad you have decided to join us....
Today, we will continue our topic of the Quentin Tarantion boycott; if you would like to come into the studio and weigh in on this, the number to call is 646-595-3032. 7 am Pacific 10 am Eastern.
Director Quentin Tarantino continues to be a lightening rod for urban law enforcement.
The Los Angeles Police Protective League has come out in support of a call for a boycott of the “Pulp Fiction” director’s films after he appeared in an anti-police brutality protest organized by RiseUpOctober on Saturday in New York City. “I’m a human being with a conscience,” he said at the time. “If you believe there’s murder going on then you need to rise up and stand up against it. I’m here to say I’m on the side of the murdered.”
His latest film, a western called “The Hateful Eight,” in due in theaters on Christmas Day.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes former cop, author, screenwriter and interrogation expert PAUL BISHOP. Novelist, screenwriter, and television personality, Paul Bishop spent 35 years with the Los Angeles Police Department and was twice honored as Detective of the Year. He continues to work privately as a deception and interrogation expert. His fifteen novels include five in his LAPD Homicide Detective Fey Croaker series. His latest novel, Lie Catchers, begins a new series featuring top LAPD interrogators Ray Pagan and Calamity Jane Randall. He is currently working on the sequel, Lie Killers, and a standalone police Novel, Gunhawks. He is the creator and editor of the new pulp noir boxing series, Fight Card, which includes over forty titles published under the pseudonym Jack Tunney. Paul’s own entries in the series are Felony Fistsand Swamp Walloper, both featuring the two-fisted cop turned fighter, PatrickFelony Flynn. Paul is also co-creator and editor of Bishop and Hancock’s Pulse Fiction published by Pro Se Productions.
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'Shoot me now, kill me now': St Louis police kill black suspect, 23, who 'charged at cops with a knife' after robbing convenience store
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2729174/BREAKING-NEWS-Police-officer-shoots-dead-suspect-St-Louis.html#ixzz3Asmd7VYC
Hundreds Rally in Downtown to Protest LAPD Shooting of Ezell Ford
Ezell Ford: The mentally ill black man killed by the LAPD two days after Michael Brown’s death
Family of man killed by cops at Wal-Mart demands video
More of Ferguson Protests
'Just when you think it's safe to take a business call': Brooklyn lawyer wearing high heels and dress chases down and catches teenage mugger who stole her iPhone
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2727762/Just-think-s-safe-business-call-Brooklyn-lawyer-wearing-wedges-dress-chases-catches-teenage-mugger-stole-cell-phone.html#ixzz3AnHKdOjX
The February 22, 2013, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation between Michael J. Kannengieser, a retired NYPD police officer and the host, Raymond E. Foster, a retired LAPD Lieutenant, on the similarities and differences between NYPD and LAPD on community policing.
Michael J. Kannengieser is “a retired New York City police officer who lives on Long Island, in New York with his wife and two children. Michael worked as the Managing Editor for Fiction at The View from Here Magazine; a U.K. based literary publication. Currently, he is employed at a performing arts college as an Instructional Technology Administrator. He has been published at The View from Here, and in Newsday, a Long Island newspaper. Michael speaks as a guest lecturer on campus.” Michael J. Kannengieser is the author of The Daddy Rock. Lt. Raymond E. Foster was a sworn member of the LAPD for 24 years. He retired in 2003 at the rank of Lieutenant. He holds a bachelor’s from the Union Institute and University in Criminal Justice Management and a Master’s Degree in Public Financial Management from California State University, Fullerton; and, has completed his doctoral course work. Raymond E. Foster has been a part-time lecturer at California State University, Fullerton and Fresno; and, was the Criminal Justice Department chair for the Union Institute and University. He has experience teaching upper division courses in law enforcement, public policy, law enforcement technology and leadership. Raymond is an experienced author who has published numerous articles in a wide range of venues including magazines such as Government Technology, Mobile Government, Airborne Law Enforcement Magazine, and Police One. He has appeared on the History Channel and radio programs in the United States and Europe as subject matter expert in technological applications in law enforcement.
Are Crime Statistics Reliable?
We all use them when reporting on police brutality or the Black condition in general. But do we really know how accurate this information is? It doesn't help that one of the most quoted sources tells you up front that all information is submitted voluntarily. That's right, fbi.gov makes it very clear that "Figures used in this Report were submitted voluntarily by law enforcement agencies throughout the country." So, the people that we don't trust are the same people who we are trusting to supply us with factual and accurate data regarding police behavior? Adding insult to injury, there are even accusations of police departments manufacturing misleading stats.
You don't want to miss this show brothers and sisters.
Join Alex Primo and Asha Zuri Thursday October 22 at 9 PM EST as we examine crime stats, police data, and their accuracy and veracity.
And don't forget the brother Dennis Jefferson will be stopping by with another episode of Healthy Matters.
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Remember, keep it real and keep it on point.