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A “Ride Along” with a spokesperson/fellow police wife from the Massachusetts Law Enforcement Support, who will be sharing their vision for creating National Police Officer’s Spouses’ Day - 20 October 2013!
Join us for a Ride Along with Rev. Rahnella Adsit, friend of Police Wives Talk Radio, and Founder, President and CEO of Branches of Valor. In this episode we will remember our Veterans and those actively serving in the Military today and talk about avenues of gratitude to express toward our Veterans and their Families.
Joe DeCicco is a retired New York City Detective who originally attended college to practice electrical engineering.
After working as a lighting designer for several years, life circumstances decreed that he join the New York City Police Department in 1973. He has spent more than half his service in plainclothes; including over four years as an Organized Crime Control Bureau narcotics investigator, one year with Brooklyn Central Robbery and more than three years with the Brooklyn South Detective Division assigned to the 62nd Squad in Bensonhurst. After spending twenty years on the streets of New York, Joe happily retired with over twenty awards and decorations on July 4th 1993, uniquely celebrating his own independence day and combining it with our Nation Holiday.
Joe explains that his writings come from an inner need to share his experiences with others in a well-defined attempt to show that, “The Job”, is not a vocation but an avocation that spans all the nuances of the human spirit. His entertaining works show sometimes complex personalities of those who choose to be the daily guardians of our society, while fulfilling the public’s ongoing interest with police work.
Joe has been a featured guest on American Heroes Talk Radio, San Dimas, California and Blue Line Radio, Wilmington North Carolina.
Joe DeCicco now resides in the coastal area of Wilmington North Carolina with his wife and is a licensed private investigator.
Tonight on It's Real Talk Radio we'll be discussing policue brutality. There's so much to be said and addressed on this issue we decided it needed a whole show. As US Citizens, police brutality affects all of us regardless of race or color. We all have a voice and a right to speak out which is why we invite you all to tune in and also call in as we dive in on this discussion and call it exactly how we see it! Trust me, it doesn't get any realer than this. Our call in # is 347-838-9540 and remember to press 1 if you want to share your thoughts with the crew.
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT/POLICE INTERACTION
Black Men are being beaten and killed by cops all across the nation. Many of them are young men who are just starting their lives and are already disadvantaged.
Empowering our youth will help them make better decisions when dealing with the police, but also help them to avoid situations where the police have to be involved.
Empowering our youth also means providing them with the tools to interact with police that will decrease the chances of a negative outcome.
Police must be held accountable for their actions, but our youth must also be given tools to help them understand how to interact with police.
This week on "The Bridge" Radio, Special Guest Lloyd Scott will share his experience as an LAPD officer and take us inside proactive interaction with cops and ways to empower our youth.
Scott is a Christian Minister and a 26 year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department. Fifteen of those years were spent as a Gang Intervention Liaison, developing and implementing the city's gang intervention program. Observing the dangers young men of color face, he now focuses on uplifting and restoring youth through empowerment methods, including directing them to services available to them. He also provides key information on interacting with police, so that youth can navigate their way through police interactions with the goal of more positive and safe exchanges.
At 4pm Pacific Time on Sunday, Join Host Darryl James and Co-Hosts, Tracy Powell, Marcus Legall III, Dr. John Hamilton & DJ Gates on one of the smartest radio shows on the Internet.
Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.
Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!
Is that police brutality that you witnessed? What are the causes of police brutality? How has technology such as I phones, I pads, surveillance cameras brought this to the public forefront. Has police vehicle cams changed the behavior of the law enforcement community. Has technology exonerated officers of complaints of police brutality? What penalties has the law enforcement community imposed as a result of police brutality? Has there been criminal prosecution in addition to civil penalties for police brutality. Has police brutality changed the perception of law enforcement? What is going on to reduce police brutality and improve the public image of law enforcement as a whole?
Is that police brutality that you witnessed? What are the causes of police brutality? How has technology such as i phones, i pads, smartphone, video cameras and surveillance cameras has brought this to the public forefront. Has police vehicle cams changed the behavior of the law enforcement community?Has technology exonerated officers of complaints of police brutality? What penalties has the law enforcement community imposed as a result of police brutality? Has there been criminal prosecution in addition to civil penalties for police brutality? Has police brutality changed the perception of law enforcement? What is going on to reduce police brutality and improve the public image of law enforcement as a whole?