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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes David Putnam, retired cop turned author.
During his law enforcement career, David Putnam worked primarily in California on teams for Patrol, Investigations, SWAT, Narcotics, Violent Crimes, Criminal Intelligence, Internal Affairs, Detective Bureau and as child protective services coordinator. He rounded out his law enforcement career with a few years in the Hawaiian Islands as a Special Agent-part of a real-life "Hawaii-50″ team. He's now retired from law enforcement and spends his time growing organic California avocados and writing, with his wife Mary and their three dogs. On his inspiration: "I was working a surveillance out in Lucerne Valley, flat desolate desert. We were watching a meth lab. When not on point, the chase cars could to do what they wanted, as long as we were immediately available to the radio in case the suspect went mobile. Some detectives watched portable TVs in their cars, some played softball and others just hung out. I always kept five or six books in my backseat for these types of investigations. I came down to my last novel and started to read it. It didn’t hold my attention. I thought: “I can do better!” So with a yellow pad and pencil I penned my first four novels, and found it much more difficult that I’d thought.
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Discussion on the Republican debate and great interview with former LAPD officer Alez Salazar who is now traveling America raising awareness on Police brutality issues. He shares first hand reports from LAPD in the late 80's early 90's with extensive details on institutional racism and how it affected him.
We also dispell two myths about Reagan, with some interesting life history from our very own Joel Gardner. Lots going on in the news we discuss, from clock-bomb scares to referee attacks (just following orders- lol) - we cover all the important news.
The Gist of Freedom is pleased to welcome Arthur Browne, author of One Righteous Man:Samuel Battle and the Shattering of the Color Line in New York!
In this Sept. 4, 1941 file photo, Lt. Samuel Battle gets a kiss from his 4-year-old granddaughter, Yvonne, at City Hall, where he was sworn in as the city's first black parole commissioner. AP Photo, File
In his latest book, Browne — who currently serves as the Daily News editorial page editor — presents a biography of New York City’s first African-American police officer. Based on an unfinished manuscript by Langston Hughes and Browne’s own research, “One Righteous Man” tells the story of Samuel Battle’s groundbreaking rise through the ranks of the NYPD, a decades-long odyssey that is both the story of one man’s unwavering dedication to racial progress and a harbinger of the divisions between police and the communities they serve that plague America today.
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.
Is the Police State Preparing for War With U.S. Citizens? Why are there so many Police Officers murdering us when we are at an all time low of crime? Why is this episode not as humious as the previous ones?
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!
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Yesterday we celebrated Thanksgiving, while many did so in fear. Today there are many protests planned in major shopping areas. What effect do these protests have on the general population and our police? Does the distraction that they create in a crowded mall provide for a perfect oppotunity for terrorists? Fox News is reporting that the FBI have 48 ISIS subjects under constant surveillance in an effort to twart a 'Paris style' attack.
How is all of this behavior affecting our police officers and policies today? Join in our discussion with author of 'Micheal Brown Jr. Didn't Have to Die', Ken Dye.
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"Police Officer Turn Whistleblower," is the title of today's episode of Center Stage. Sgt Cheryl Dorsey and Alex M. Salazar, both members of the National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers a.k.a NCLEO will be my guests. NCLEO is an organization of current, former, and retired members of law enforcement who are now whistleblowers against their police departments. Sgt Cheryl Dorsey and Alex M. Salazar along with other members of NCLEO just returned from Washington DC, where they spoke to members of congress about their organization and how to better combat police brutality.
Tomorrow, Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, people around the country will rush to the stores to begin Christmas shopping. This day is known as Black Friday, because the shopping on this day is so heavy, it makes up for whatever deficit cash flow the store had which kept it in the red all year. Instead of being in a deficit, the stores see huge profits on Friday, because of all the shopping. Hence, it's known as Black Friday. But this year, the anger over police brutality, repeated injustice, and administrations that turn a deaf ear to the cries of th people, have led the the launching of a national campaign to boycott Black Friday, and to abandon the Christmas shopping season altogether, in order to cripple the American economy. How can the withdrawal of the African Americans $1.3 trillion spending power convince lawmakers to do something to stop police misconduct? Our guests today discuss this strategy. Mike Holman with the Stop Mass Incarceration Network, Revin Fellows with the National Black Agenda, and Cassiopia Sledge with TheBlackMall.com.
Nov/18/2015 RAG BLOG TALK TEAM will be discussing the subject Police Brutality and the victims who are affected by it.We will discuss different issues such as 1.Why are black people worldwide afraid of the white man, 2.Police or Government brutality case by case and 3.Generational fear study (holocaust) are black people affected by it?. We will also give our solutions to these issues as well Like Homeschooling and Policing our own communities.
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