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NCLEO is an acronym for the National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers. This organization is a group of current and former law enforcement officers turn whistleblowers. They reported abuses they observed in their police departments and have since gone public with the information. Recently the members of NCLEO went to Washington to speak to congress about police brutality. Tonight Alex M. Salazar and Sgt Cheryl Dorsey two members of NCLEO will be our guests, they will tell us about their experiences as police officers and why they decided to become a whistleblowers.
Do you wonder what goes on in the mind of an officer just involved in a police shooting. Get it first hand from someone that it has happen to. We are going to give you an inside look of what goes on before, during and after a shooting. The shooting, the investigation, the potential for prosecution and always the civil liability involved in these situation. We have an expert who will share his thoughts about what goes on. Police are real people with real people problems just like everyone else.
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A New York grand jury Wednesday opted not to indict a white policeman in the killing of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man whose last words — “I can’t breathe” — became a rallying cry for protesters who blamed his death on racial profiling and police abuse.
The decision, coming nine days after a Missouri grand jury declined to charge a white officer in the death of Michael Brown, drew swift reactions that reflected the passions that have increasingly surrounded such cases across the country.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other officials, anxious to avoid the violence that erupted in Ferguson after Officer Darren Wilson walked free, urged calm as activists called for demonstrators to converge at Times Square, Rockefeller Center and other landmarks.
De Blasio, whose wife is black, invoked their teenage son, Dante, and said his heart went out to Garner’s family.
“This is a subject that is never far from my family’s minds,” De Blasio said. “I’ve had to talk to Dante for years about the dangers he may face” and the special care he should take in his interactions with police.
President Obama said the case “speaks to the larger issues that we’ve been talking about now for the last week, the last month, the last year and, sadly, for decades, and that is the concern on the part of too many minority communities that law enforcement is not working with them and dealing with them in a fair way.”
“It’s time for us to make more progress than we’ve made,” Obama said. “I’m not interested in talk; I’m interested in action.”
AND MUCH MORE ON THIS CASE SO TUNE IN...
Good Cop, Bad Daughter: Memoirs of an Unlikely Police Officer by Karen Lynch
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Karen Lynch. The original live interview was 11/07/14.
A poignant and humorous story of a young woman's journey from chaotic childhood to San Francisco police officer.
Raised by a counter-culture tribe in summer of love Haight-Ashbury, she was taught to despise "The Man." But when the San Francisco Police Department was forced by court order to hire women, she found herself compelled to prove to the world that women could cut it as cops, a betrayal that caused her police-loathing mother to brand her a Nazi. Good Cop, Bad Daughter is an often humorous, poignant adventure story of Karen's journey from pot-smoking Cal student, to Renaissance bar serving wench, to street cop. As she finds family and acceptance in a men's club that never wanted her as a member, she fears she will one day face her mother, not as a daughter but as an arresting officer.
Karen Lynch is a native San Franciscan. After graduating from UC Berkeley, she joined the San Francisco Police Department in 1981. She lives in Novato with her husband and their three children, including Kyra, who was the subject of an essay that won the 2012 Notes & Words national essay contest.
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In this episode, we review the 2014 private security officer death report, injuries and workplace violence
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.
Today I IamRealistik will be on my show to talk about his rapper career, how he started, and his upcoming shows here in Youngstown and surrounding areas. Tune in you don't want to miss out.
We Are going to disscus what is really going on with ALL this police Violence in America
Why is it that it just seems to be getting worse everyday there are horror stories and videos all over the internet. An of course some good music to go along with the topic.we need to figure out how to change the mindstate of the POLICESTATE... Body cams dont mean anything either...smdh
Join our guest Cincinnati City Councilwoman and Municipal Representative of the Police-Community Task Force Amy Murray, host Robert Jetter, Jr., panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, and Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the show. You can Join our Round Table Discussion. Share the Link to the Live Show and Podcast.
Bards Logic Welcomes Cincinnati City Councilwoman and Municipal Representative of the Police-Community Task Force Amy Murray. We will disuss her role and spreading these ideas across America.
After the events across America including Florida, Missouri, and Ohio, police-community relations are almost stretched to its limits. Ohio Governor John Kasich , possible GOP 2016 Presidential Candidate, calls for a Task Force to address the widening schism between communities of color and law enforcement. In January 2015, Gov. Kasich asked Amy to be a part of his Task Force.
Amy is joined on the Task Force by 17 others including: former Ohio Supreme Court justice Eva Stratton, Dr. Ronnie Dunn Cleveland State University associate professor, member of the NAACP Criminal Justice Committee, Rev. George Murry Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown, and Chief Michael J. Navarre, member of the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police.
Amy Murray has an extensive history of political involvement and a passion for diving into the issues when it comes to making her city a better place to live and work. As past President of her Neighborhood Council, she worked closely with residents, business and the city to bring about positive change. As member of city council Amy has been committed to more robust job creation and making a more “business-friendly” city. Fiscal responsibility, holding our leaders accountable and keeping our neighborhoods safe are her key focus areas.
Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show.
Why are we NOT talking about, or even so much as focusing on black on black crimes within our OWN communities, but making a huge issue on police shootings of our people?... Are we double standard here? Well within this segment of the show, YOU, as well as others will have the opportunity, to shed some light on this extremely sensitive, and of course controversial subject that has raised the eyebrows of even President Obama, and many more within the walls of Congress!! You will also have the chance to speak with Sharmin S. Turner the Lyrical Expressionist; while she speaks about writing endeavors. You don't want to miss this amazing show.
Last week, the Guardian published an explosive report describing what some are calling a 'black site' used by Chicago police right here in the United States. Is this an exaggeration or are people truly 'disappeared' using gestapo-like tactics?
Also covered in this report:
-FCC votes to give birth to the 'Department of the Internet'
-Obama is using executive order to push the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives to BAN 5.56 rounds commonly used in the AR15 rifle.
-Laugh of the day: John Boehner makes kissing sounds at a reporter asking questions in a press conference.
A customer told me today that it's my fault that more and more stories of police brutality are being reported everyday, he says I nit pick and that Libertarians and myself are to blame for the bad rap police are getting these days. Why report every little story he says? Police are just doing their job. I find this statement very interesting so I'm posing it to you. Is it the Libertarians fault is it the right wing's fault? Can we stop reporting every little incident and maybe focus on the positive?
Also we will be talking election fraud in Sudbury and federal election news, I will be travelling to Ottawa Sunday March 1st so we will give an update on where and where I will be.
And the fun part of the show, HOT SAUCE talk, today I got my shipment of Infusion hot sauce, can't wait to share it with you.
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