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  • 00:31

    SCHOOL SAFETY AND THE SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER

    in Education

    WE ADVOCATE  A NASRO TRAINED OFFICER AT EVERY SCHOOL  USING THE TRAINING AND RESOURCES OF  NASRO, THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MO CANADY IS BACK. IN LIGHT OF RECENT EVENTS IN SPARK NEVADA AND DANVERS, MASSACHUSETTS PLUS THE ONGOING EVERYDAY NEEDS FOR SAFETY , PLEASE LISTEN

  • 00:39

    GATE 4 Baby Health, Fitness and Safety (Intro)

    in Christianity

    Award-winning Artist Carl Childs will teach and talk about health, fitness and safety for your baby!  This is going to be a series!  

  • 00:32

    Child Safety Awareness

    in Family

    Child Safety Awareness

  • 01:00

    Episode 342 2014 Security Officer Deaths

    in News

    In this episode, we review the 2014 private security officer death report, injuries and workplace violence
    incidents.


    While deaths have decreased about 15-18% over the past three years, injuries, especially involving gunshots and stabbings, armed confrontations and assaults continue to dramatically increase.


    We'll also be talking about the most dangerous types of assignments, the top 10 states where most injuries and deaths occurred and review some of the reasons why these things keep happening.


    We'll also look at some upcoming shows, a new resource on POI member services and beneifts and the expansion of Armour College.

  • 00:45

    LAB & MAKER SPACE SAFETY IN SCHOOLS: TOO OFTEN OVERLOOKED.

    in Education

    LAB SAFETY IN SCHOOLS: TOO OFTEN OVERLOOKED.


     Carolina Biological presents NSTA advisor on Lab safety Dr. Ken Roy, Director of Safety for Glastonbury CT Public Schools on 'Revolutionary Curriculum Changes in Science: Safety Impact"

  • 00:16

    Officer Michael T Slager

    in Current Events

    In the three-minute video, Slager can be seen approaching Walter Scott after shooting him, yelling at him to “put your hands behind your back.” Scott is motionless, face down on the ground. Slager then handcuffs Scott as another officer comes to help Slager.


    “It’s not about race. It’s about power,” attorney L. Chris Stewart, the Scott’s attorney told the Los Angeles Times. “That officer thought he could just shoot this man. He thought Mr. Scott was expendable.”


    At a press conference Tuesday night, Stewart said Slager “just casually shot a man in the back that many times. It speaks to the value of human life, which is a bigger issue than trying to just make this a small issue of race. This is a bigger issue of human life and the value of it. And when people start respecting that more, it won’t matter what color you are.”


    Stewart, the Scott family’s attorney, said anyone who watches the video can clearly see it was murder. He said he is “disappointed that the initial reports were totally on the side of the officer. The spokesperson for the police reported that ‘the man tried to grab the Taser’ and once again if we’d just took the initial newspaper reports, it would have been ‘why’d that guy grab the Taser, he shouldn’t have tried to hurt a cop.’ But that wasn’t what happened. And the truth came out.”


    State Rep. Justin Bamberg, an attorney, said at the press conference, “Regardless of what may have happened leading up to this shooting, at the moment (Scott) turned and ran, and was no longer a threat to the officer or anybody else, that officer was completely and wholeheartedly unjustified in gunning down Mr. Scott. He did not shoot once. He shot seven times, paused, and then fired an eighth round.”

  • 02:09

    Stop the gestapo by starting a Committee of Safety

    in Politics Conservative

    They are pitting neighbor against neighbor, county against county, state against state and American against American, we cannot win if we are divide the government wins...


    Help us stop the killing, misconduct, excessive force, shootings and brutality of Americans by the hand of police...    if, you care about this country and what is happening learn today about committee of safety...


    The regime, the ever-present threat of arrest and indefinite confinement in prisons robbed the America people of their personal freedom and left them as inhibited, dutifully obedient subjects.


     But even this was not enough. The government wanted to change people's thinking. And so, just as they had purged their hated political enemies, they began a campaign to purge hated "un-American" ideas. Trying to destroy   U.S.  Constitution and bill of rights:  to take life from you, taking freedom from you and, murdering your soul and mind...


     Is this next America:


    “German citizens are stopped and searched by plain-clothes and uniformed police in March 1933 under the pretext they might be concealing weapons. Below: Gestapo Headquarters in Berlin, located at No. 8 Prinz-Albrecht-Strasse - a frightful address from 1933 onward.


     


    Next, Göring purged the Berlin police department of politically unreliable cops and had 50,000 storm troopers sworn in as special police auxiliaries (Hilfspolizei). Now the storm troopers had actual power of arrest and they relished its use. Jails were soon overflowing with people taken into "protective custody" resulting in the need for large outside prison camps, the birth of the concentration camp system.


     


    This where America is heading fast,


    Ask yourself how can we stop this?  Who can stop the police?  Who will hold them responsible for their action? The answer will be given…

  • 01:12

    Buffalo Breakdown: Safety, Bills Speak Out

    in Sports

    On a brand new episode of Hashtag Sports, the Crew continues with their Buffalo Breakdown 10 Part Series with the Safety Position.  When the questions of the offensive line and the quarterback subside, the next question will be the back end of Dennis Thurman's defense.  Da'Norris Searcy is a Titan, so waht will the Bills do to address this need?  The Crew has their take, but what do the fans think about the safety position? 


    Tweet your comments and questions to @htagsports


     

  • 02:00

    Probation Officer Raping Women

    in History

    Probation Officer raped a woman probably threaten to violate her!

  • 02:05

    Resolution to form Committees of Safety.

    in Politics Conservative

    The Work Continues with many people getting involved with the formation of the Committees of Safety.   Please join us as we work on the bylaws and make the final modifications to the Resolution to form Committees of Safety.


     


    This is not a grass roots movement.  This not an activity group.   This is not a chearleading squad.....This is what Freedom and Liberty should sound like.   The voice of the people taking back the Republic by holding accountable the criminals who are violating it.

  • 02:37

    APS Cheating Scandal Verdict/SC Police Officer Guns Down Unarmed Man

    in Current Events

    Tonight it's realer than ever on "It's Real Talk Radio" as we have 2 major topics we're covering. On the first half of the show we'll be discussing the "Atlanta Public School Cheating Scandal" which has been a nationally recognized case that has just about come to an end as a jury has found all but 1 of the accused staff guilty of Count 1: Conspiracy to violate the racketeering influence and corrupt organizations act. Some were found guilty of other crimes but Count 1 was the most serious. Upon sentencing, these ex-staff members of the APS System could be facing a lot of time behind bars and the question we're asking our listeners is do you agree with the outcome, or do you think sending them to jail was too harsh of a penalty considering the crime? One thing's for sure, you know we're gonna keep it real with our perspectives.


    On the second half of tonight's show, we'll be discussing Officer Michael Slager's fatal shooting of Walter Scott. Officer Slager, a South Carolina Law Enforcement officer, gunned down an unarmed man by the name of Walter Scott after he tried to flee from being severely Tasered . The footage that was recorded by Fayden Santana, a man who happened to be in the area with a camera phone, doesn't show what took place before Walter Scott took off running and was ultimately gunned down in the process, but what it does show is he didn't at the time of fleeing oppose a threat and as a result was shot 5 times including 4 shots to his back.


    How do you feel about Officer Slager's decision? Was it bad judgement, was it cruel intent and ultimately murder in cold blood, or do you actually agree with Officer Slager's use of deadly force? You can believe we're gonna keep it real with our opinions on what went down so make sure you don't miss out! Call in # 347-838-9540