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More than 14 years ago officials of the Newark New Jersey Police Department unlawfully terminated Darren Nance. A Federal Jury, after deliberating the evidence presented, ruled that Darren Nance was terminated unlawfully. This illegal termination cost Newark taxpayers in excess of 2 million dollars. Nevertheless, no police official was sanctioned for his or her involvement in, or inability to detect this unlawful termination. Additionally, no failsafe procedure has been
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Police Wives from all over the globe participated in a Sound Off Survery in late 2012, contributing to a robust dialogue about their needs and what is important to our Police Wives and their Families. Join us for this first installment of our Survey Recap series focusing upon building Police Wife resiliency -- both personal and Family resiliency!
According to a recent special television report by New Jersey News 12 anchor Bryan Jenkins, the Newark Police Department released a written statement that a review showed that Latino and African American officers were disciplined more frequently than Caucasian officers. However, research has shown that African American officers have been making this same complaint since the 1960’s. Why have Newark Police Officials, despite numerous written complaints, been unable to determine
Recent published reports claim the Newark New Jersey Police Department has a new initiative in place that will prevent discriminatory differential treatment in the police disciplinary process. There have been numerous complaints that Latino and African-American Officers have received harsher sanctions than Caucasian Officers who have committed more egregious offenses. Since the 1960's African-American Officers have complained of differential treatment. But now, allegedly, there is s
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Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 6:30 pm est. Call 646-652-2034 or listen at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/comtivate
Pat Welsh is a retired Major with Dayton, Ohio Police Dept., and retired practicing attorney. He is also a retained expert witness in state and federal courts on excessive use of force complaints involving police officers. Major Welsh was a key leader in developing a Community Initiative to Reduce Gun Violence in Dayton, Ohio, that led to over a 60% reduction in gang homicides in a two year period. He credits the departments’ success to improving police-community relations. In his 26 year police career, Major Welsh commanded the Narcotics Bureau, Detective Bureau and the West Patrol Operations Division. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the recipient of numerous awards and commendations.
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Ok, the third time has to be the charm, after network outages have cancelled this show twice this time we will succeed! If you've ever had a question you wanted to ask a police officer tonight's show is for you, with over 10 years of law enforcement experience in the Atlanta metro area I've seen it all. We will also discuss the criminal justice system in general and the effect the rate of incarceration is having on our families, our communities and our nation as it is well known that the U.S. leads the world in number of people incarcerated. Log on at www.blogtalkradio.com/rapsessions on Thursday, May 9th from 8p-10p CDT or call in at 347.857.2097. Be there or be square!
I am Domenic Santarelli and I will be discussing with you the problems throughout this Country with Various Police Agencies or Police in General especially those located in Yonkers New York that I have suffered at the hands of or of any caller that has suffered is welcome to call into my show... I will also be talking about the politics in Yonkers new York and on its not what you know, Its who you know and Yonkers also known as the City of Hills where nothing is on the level.
There is plenty of corruption to go around in this city that I will have plenty to talk about. Thank You for listening to Doms Review Board ....
Communities United Against Police Brutality of Minneapolis is presently engaged in a proactive solution to stop police brutality. Minneapolis, similar to many municipalities around the country, is self insured for police brutality and misconduct claims. The bottom line of this arrangement results in taxpayers shouldering the financial bill for the acts of misconduct and brutality of rogue officers. Additionally, the cost is compounded because taxpayers are forced to continue paying the salaries of these criminal cops.
Still, despite the existence of overwhelming evidence of apparent wide spread police misconduct, police and city officials have shown a serious lack of political will to discipline or fire brutal cops:
For additional details go to CUAPB’s web site www.cuapb.org
CUAPB is proposing a charter amendment that would require officers to purchase their own professional liability insurance policy. Therefore an officer who committed repeated acts of misconduct would become uninsurable, and forfeit their eligibility to be employed as a police officer.
On Thursday May 9, 2013 at 6:00 PM eastern time, our guest will be Michele Gross, president of Communities United Against Police Brutality. Please join us for an informative discussion of this important issue.