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A Police Day” which takes place on SA, September 19, 2015. Here’s the deal, give every law enforcement officer a roll of Blue LifeSavers, as part of Police Supporter “Project Blue Life Saver.” The reason is because blue is the color most representative of police officers and they are literally "life savers". So, hand a blue role of LifeSavers (Pep O Mint) to any police officer, deputy sheriff, state trooper, Game Warden, FBI Special Agent or any publicly funded law enforcement officer with the power of arrest and tell him/her "THANK YOU." That's it! It would be nice if you can get media coverage, since any good press concerning law enforcement is great! Also, post images on FB Police Supporter and Police Talk Radio. We’ll take other callers with open discussion on any topic related to the police function. Our chat room is opened to interact with others from the Police Supporter and Police Talk Radio family. So, buckle-up and join us for an informative, entertaining and energetic Police Talk Radio ride.
We’re following up on Police Supporter “Project Blue Life Saver.” We want to hear what you did, how it went, and have a spirited discussion concerning media coverage. We’ll address media bias and “Media Brutality” (a term coined by one of my best friends, Railroad cop, Jimmy Smith of NY) It would be nice if you can get media coverage, since any good press concerning law enforcement is great, since it’s so rare. We’ll talk about posted images on FB Police Supporter and Police Talk Radio. Our chat room is opened to interact with others from the Police Supporter and Police Talk Radio family. Hold on to your horses, and join us for an informative, entertaining and energetic Police Talk Radio ride
It's time to revisit the controversial topic of "Police Brutality" with a focus on the young lady from SC who was choked and slammed by school Police Officer Ben Fields who was placed on leave pending the outcome of the investigation. It Just Got Real!
Call in # 347-838-9540
Police families are not immune to the violence and terror of intimate partner abuse, yet few departments have any specific policies to address domestic violence complaints when their own officers are involved.
Join us when Judith Spitzer talks about police and DV. Judith Spitzer is an award-winning journalist, columnist and online producer. She has worked for many newspapers large and small including The Rocky Mountain News, The Denver Post, The Oregonian’s OregonLive.com, The Daily World, and many others.
As editor of a monthly woman’s news magazine in Denver, she wrote several investigative pieces including a story on Denver Police harassment of female officers as well as a story on the Aurora Police Dept. regarding their handling of domestic violence cases and others.
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