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This weeks topic is about police officers. Tell us why you hate them or why you like them. If you hate them tell us why. And if you like them tell us why. For example, if you have photo enforced lights, tell us if you would pay the fine or if you won't pay the fine. If they send you a fine in the mail and you didn't do anything wrong, how would you handle that?
Many veterans come from active combat duty back to civilian life in search of a job. A position as a police officer may seem like a logical choice. But is it really? Military officers are trained for combat, and lately the succession of YouTube videos indicate that today's police are quick to tackle a civilian and beat him (or her) senseless. This is dangerous for the men, women and children who are expecting a polite, calm, professional acting police officer, and instead are confronted with an aggressive soldier who, with the slightest provocation,becomes an executioner. Should military soldiers be hired to serve on the police force? Should psychological evaluations and mandatory counseling be required after military duty before a soldier becomes eligible for a job in civilian life? Mike Bradford and Robin Lynn, who formerly served in the military, discuss unknown factors that may account for what appears to be an increase in tpolice use of deadly force.
On this very special and important edition of Cross Encounters Radio, Tony will lead a round table conversation between experienced Christian law enforcement professionals. The subject: the rioting in Ferguson, MO.
Without the speculation of the secular and social media world, these officers will discuss the facts about the shooting death of Michael Brown, according to the information available to this point. The conversation will also include testimonies of their own experiences in dealing with riotous situations.
Social media is buzzing with armchair quarterbacks, offering their two cents regarding what the police should and should not do in the current, violent unrest in Ferguson. At the same time, there are many Christians who simply have honest questions to what is a very tragic and deteriorating situation.
The Penn National Action Network is supporting a 16-year-old honor student who alleges he was stopped by police officers and sexually assaulted while on his way to a high school basketball game. Darren Manning is an honor student at Mathematics, Civics, and Science Charter School.
Join us, on Thursday January 30, 2014 at 6:00 PM, for a thorough discussion of this serious allegation of police abuse.
Tune into The Drop Night Show Tuesday July 22nd, 2014 at 9:00pm EST. Our Topic IS DO OUR POLICE OFFICERS USE TO MUCH DEADLY FORCE?
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A number of falsely accused and wrongfully convicted citizens have served time in prison because of falsified evidence, purposely withheld evidence, witnesses who were coerced into providing false testimony, and witnesses who were intimidated into remaining silent. All of these injustices were perpetrated by those who have worn to uphold the law. Can police officers really be trusted anymore? Are too many of them committing crime rather than fighting crime? How can we get rid of corrupt police officers in order to truly have a system of justice?
In this riveting raw conversation between Brother EZ & LanceScurv, the issue of why so many Police Officers are being killed with ease is discussed.
This verbal exchange was motivated after the killing of Windermere Florida Police Officer Robert German and the overall mindset of the masses toward those who are supposed to be there for our protection.
That particular topic was spoken on further down in this upload as many other topics were brought up in this mentally stimulating exchange.
Do enjoy it and make sure to share your responses below!
We welcome you as always to join us for the free flowing adult conversation that has made this particular slot a very popular destination for those who can’t yet find a reason to call it a night and close their eyes. That’s okay because if the truth be told, there are literally millions of you out here who feel the same way to and now have a place to go to when those feelings hit.
We talk about everything and ANYTHING GOES! Consider it a much needed vacation from an overbearing confining and anal retentive world!
On February 19, 2010, Conversations with American Heroes at the Watering Hole will feature Chief of Police Joel F. Shults on Violence Against Police Officers. The Violence Against Law Officer Research (V.A.L.O.R.) Project hypothesizes that Police officers who are victims of crime as defined by statute are routinely denied the rights afforded to other crime victims. As a result of this wholesale denial of their rights police officers suffer a handicap in being empathetic to civilian crime victims; have pathologies like other repeat crime victims; and are at risk of acting out in ways that constitute misconduct or in self destructive ways including substance abuse and suicide. Chief Joel Shults, Ph.D., serves as a college police administrator for the Adams State College Police (Colorado). Chief Shults earned his PHD in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Shults earned a MPA from the University of Central Missouri after completing an Associate and Bachelor's, Criminal Justice Administration at UCM. Chief Shults began his law enforcement as a Army Military Police Officer. Chief Shults was sworn in to his 1st civilian police position with the Warrensburg Police Department. After field training & his first 6 months as a patrol officer, Shults attended the Basic Law Enforcement Acad at the Missouri State Highway Patrol. While with WPD, Shults served as shift supervisor, investigator, community relations officer, field training officer, & coordinator of reserve officers. Shults was appointed Chief for the combined police services of two small Missouri towns. After serving there Shults retired briefly from law enforcement for a short time before accepting a position in Kansas City as head of the Tarkio College law enforcement program where he served as supervisor of admissions, lead instructor, and supervisor over adjunct faculty. Shults’ most recent appointment was as Director of Public Safety at Adams State College.
Indiana recently passed a law holing up the American citizen's legal right to use lethal force to defend themselves against unlawful police aggression, brutality, trespass, kidnapping and a host of other transgressions.
In light of the apparent genocide that is taking place when it comes to the police murdering people of color, is this law necessary nationwide or is it the harbinger of civil war on an epic scale? Is it just?
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Sunday, Sept. 14th, 11pm est . 8pm pac ... IWTK: Police Brutality: Fight Back Or Die! This has gone far enough! Police officers are murdering innocent people every single day. How much will we take?
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We all know that police officers are suppose to enforce the laws as well as abide by them like every other citizen. So why does it seem at times when an officer breaks the law he/she do not get the same punishment and sentences as a common citizen? Join us as we discuss this issue.
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