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Law Enforcement Groupies-concerned citizens or home wreckers? lets visit this topic we all hear about this all the time,pretty girls getting away without getting a ticket,girls hanging around the station or the bar for off duty officers,this is a century old ttale it who is really to blame? So come join me and bring all of your friends ...should be good one.....see ya there. also stay tuned to Ask Karen..Where I will talk about different subject matters directed by YOU!! the listeners.
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Black Law Enforcement from Across the county discussing the issues of our law enforcement institution. Does racism exist? Lets talk about it.. Part 2
Join me as we welcome police detective and author Suzie Ivy. We will discuss the dangers facing law enforcement officers and what steps can we take to protect them.
An Retired LEO, a Nam Vet, and a strong Conservative.
We will visit some issues which involve Trucking, Politics, as well as other issues that America has to deal with in this day and time.
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Sergeant Darryl J. Kimball, San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, spent "15 years on the patrol beat and then joined the dept's air unit, ASTREA (Aerial Support to Regional Enforcement Agencies), in 2005." Sergeant Darryl J. Kimball is the author of Catch the Sky: The Adventures and Misadventures of a Police Helicopter Pilot. According to the book description of Catch the Sky: The Adventures and Misadventures of a Police Helicopter Pilot, “Darryl Kimball always
Christopher Dorner - Anonymous Vs. Law Enforcement A look into what is happening and why. Is it right or wrong? How should Law Enforcement respond to Domestic Terrorism and those who support it! We will be reaching out Live to Chris Dorner and will ask others to join us live to do the same!
News & Events from a Conservative Girl's Perspective.
NOTE: This is a very sad podcast and discusses issues of a sensitive nature.
So Many Law Enforcement Failures:
Ariel Castro, Domestic Violence, Will County Benghazi PTSD Intro: Markie Mark By Stiff Richards
Close: End of Innocence
With the wave of constant civil and human rights violations of the black community by law enforcement. The community has noticed the void in outrage from black law enforcement on these issues. Where is the consciousness of Black Law Enforcement? Have We have become covert cowards? We nodded and winked at institutional policies, practices, and patterns of behavior that disproportionately inflicted misery in our birth communities. It became impossible for us to tell the truth in our homes
The Fox Valley Law Center Update is a monthly Internet radio podcast focused on sharing news, tips and trends in complex legal issues facing our friends and neighbors in Chicago area. This series features attorneys and guests of The Fox Valley Law Center, the general practice law firm conveniently located at the Westfield Fox Valley Law Center in Aurora, Illinois. Today’s guest is Mary Helen Reyna who shares updates in immigration law and how she helps clients navigate our complex legal system.
Interview questions and topics covered on this show:
1) About Mary Helen Reyna and her work in immigration law; 2) The basics the general public should understand about immigration; 3) Key recent updates in immigration law; and 4) How attorneys in other practice areas should spot immigration issues. Mary Helen Reyna graduated from The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH with a degree in criminal justice and a minor in Spanish. She graduated from DePaul University College of Law in 2006 and was admitted to the Illinois State Bar during the same year. Mary Helen focuses her practice on immigration law and assisting immigrant clients in a variety of issues affecting the immigrant community of the south and west suburbs. Mary Helen regularly volunteers her legal services.
Visit Fox Valley Law Center online for more about the firm.
Produced by Nick Augustine PRhttp://www.nickaugustinepr.com/
In this episode of Law Enforcement Direct Radio we will be discussing the mass shooting at the Aurora Colorado Cinaplex. We will also be reporting the latest informational and news updates on this tragedy. We will also be honoring the victoms of this tragedy. We will be taking calls from you live so you can ask your question and give your input on the Colorado shooting.