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The December 21, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation retired NYPD Detective Joe DeCicco, the author of Dirty Baggs. Joe DeCicco is a retired New York City Detective who originally attended college to practice Electrical Engineering. After working a lighting designer for several years, life circumstances decreed that he join the New York City Police Department in 1973, spending more then half his service in plainclothes, including over four years as an Organized Crime Contr
*turn down volume to hear audio clearly http://lkpinder.blogspot.com/ for daily podcast Topic: NYPD new stop and frisk policy New York Amsterdam News: http://amsterdamnews.com/news/2013/aug/01/trayvon-martin-forum-discuss-stop-and-frisk/ New York Daily News http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/stop-frisk-violated-rights-judge-article-1.1424287 New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/13/nyregion/stop-and-frisk-practice-violated-rights-judg
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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
the revolution of the mind continues... In light of our recent movement to help Brother Strang in his plight again police brutality, it seems only fitting we bring you a classic episode of WYMS that spoke to this topic long before yesterday's video went viral. Enjoy this BEST OF episode… this madMan will be working to mobilize and have a plan of action to have all charges dropped against Mr. Strang. If you haven't sent the video, here is the link…
The NYPD’s stop-and-frisk practices raise serious concerns over racial profiling, illegal stops and privacy rights. The Department’s own reports on its stop-and-frisk activity confirm what many people in communities of color across the city have long known: The police are stopping hundreds of thousands of law abiding New Yorkers every year, and the vast majority are black and Latino.
The May 24, 2012, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation withPatrolmen Vincent Casale, New York City Police Department, a former member of the NYPD Film Unit and the author of Coparazzi. Patrolmen Vincent Casale, New York City Police Department, in 1989, was “transferred to his dream assignment, The NYPD Movie-TV Unit. The elite unit employed a limited number of police officers whose responsibility was to assist the motion picture industry while they rolled cameras on t
When a New York senator was issued a traffic ticket by a New York City cop, his call to a top-ranking member of the NYPD for a favor started a chain of events that resulted in the horrific murder of an innocent young woman, Bliss Verdon. Police Sergeant Charles Castro was singled out to be the scapegoat in the cover-up of the NYPD's role in the events that led to the murder. But, as a tough-as-nails cop, he had other ideas and was not about to roll over for the police brass.
1 year ago, Facebook exploded with a story we also brought to you about Star, a pit bull shot by NYPD while she was protecting her companion as he had a seizure. A year later, Star, who was shot at close range in her head, is living life as though nothing happened. We will be talking with her current guardian to see how this remarkable dog is coping with life. Follow Star's journey on her facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StarTheNewYorkPitbullShotByPolice Sponsored by: Grimmstyle Pet
The NYPD cricket league is a huge success story in police-community relations. The police were successful in engaging the mainly Muslim Arab-speaking communities through a soccer competition, but the department was struggling to reach youths in the South Asian communities and young West Indians. The Police Commissioner, Raymond Kelly, came up with the idea of cricket. "His concept is the three Cs - crime fighting, counter-terrorism and community relations - and this is the community rel
Join Emmy Award winning news journalist Victoria Gaither and Entertainment co-host Michael Kay when they chat with Emmy Nominee and SAG Award winner, Sharon Lawrence.
Most known for her role as Sylvia Costas in the ABC police drama series NYPD Blue, North Carolina born, Sharon Lawrence proves to be one of the hardest working women in televison. Her latest project "Starving in Suburbia" gets in the head of a young dancer who becomes obsessed with being thin and explores the dark and dangerous world of eating disorders. "Starving in Suburbia" premieres on Lifetime Saturday, April 26th at 8pm EST. Check out www.mylifetime.com for more.
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