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100 Black Men In Law Enforcement
100 Black Men In Law Enforcement discuss the Brooklyn Nwe York police officers killed.
Suspected shooter reportedly kills himself after shooting two officers inside their patrol car.
100 BLACKS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT WHO CARE
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listen ~ 1892, NYPD's First Black Patrolman, Moses P. Cobb with Senator Eric Adams, Co-Founder 100 Black Men in Law Enforcement!
We all know that law enforcement is put in place to serve and protect their communities but what happens when the community doesn't look at them as protection but rather, the enemy. There has been too many accounts of law officers over stepping their badge with super egos. There are officers known on the streets for being the tough cop but is that image working? Do you feel cops add unnecessary tension to their jobs often times resulting in getting injured or killed? Do you fear the law more than you feel it's protection? What can we do as a society to alleviate this issue? Tune in...
FBI Director Comey, speaking at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., noted that most police calls for service come from poor, minority communities.The country is "at a crossroads" on matters of race relations and law enforcement.But black or white, he said, “criminal suspects routinely lie about their guilt, and the people we charge are overwhelmingly guilty. ... That makes it easy for folks in law enforcement to assume that everybody is lying and that no suspect, regardless of their race, could be innocent.”
“Black lives matter, Hispanic lives matter,” the crowd called, adding the phrase that became synonymous with protests in Ferguson: “Hands up, don’t shoot.”The rally was led by members of the Zambrano-Montes family, who chanted “El pueblo unido jamás sera vencido” (“The people united will never be defeated”).“The government of Mexico deeply condemns incidents in which force is used in a disproportionate manner, even more so when that use of force leads to loss of life,” the ministry said in a statement.“These unfortunate events cause damage to the community and erode trust in the authorities.”
Witness Ben Patrick told the Tri-City Herald that police fired at the man as his back was turned.'I really thought they were just going walk up and tackle or Taser him,' he said. 'But they opened fire. His back was turned.'
Dean Henning and Sheriff Mack join Bob to discuss the "police", their conduct and interface with the "constitutional" and "patriotic" communities; the challenges they face, their lawful and unlawful use by governmental bodies, how we can help attract currently serving officers to constitutional commitment and CSPOA vs opposing them.
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Efforts to consolidate Bergen County law enforcement will be our topic on the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 4 when our guests will be Freeholder Tracy Zur and my Record colleague Jean Rimbach.
Zur, the chair of a shared services committee, will talk about how this year's election has affected the board's plan to combine the County Police into the Sheriff's Office.
County Executive-elect and Democratic Freeholder James Tedesco has declared that police consolidation will be one of his top priorities during the first 100 days of his administration, which begins Jan. 1
Rimbach, who covers county law enforcement, will talk about the impact of County Police Chief Brian Higgins' decision to retire at the end of this year.
We'll also discuss Sheriff Michael Saudino's decision to abandon his request for a mine-resistant military surplus vehicle.
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TONIGHT 9PM- Law enforcement broadly refers to any system by which some members of society act in an organized manner to enforce the law by discovering, deterring, rehabilitating or punishing persons who violate the rules and norms governing that society. Although the term may encompass entities such as courts and prisons, it is most frequently applied to those who directly engage in patrols or surveillance to dissuade and discover criminal activity, and those who investigate crimes and apprehend offenders. Police brutality is the wanton use of excessive force, usually physical, but also common in forms of verbal attacks and psychological intimidation, by a police officer. Currently, law enforcement is under attack due to brutality. However, who will you call the next you are in trouble? Dial 917-889-3926 to comment LIVE. Plus, TOYA will bring us MONEY MONDAY from up the coast from Delaware. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES. We are #TheSocialLab #TMHymanRadio Network.
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Years ago, Kindergarten teachers would tell their little darlings, "Wave at the police officer; he's your friend." Now a days, if you wave a a police officer they may look for a way to pull you over and ask what you're up to. How did we become soooo suspicious about our police force today? How did they become so suspicious of us? Splash has some definite feelings about this and he'd like to hear yours.
On tonight's show we'll talk about law enforcement and how we can mend the rift between the public and the Criminal Injustice System as a whole.
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TONIGHT BEGINNING AT 8 P.M. CST.- JOIN ME AS I WELCOME THE DISTINGUISHED GROUP (BYC) BUILDING YOUR COMMUNITY HEADED BY OUR BELOVED BROTHER AND FOUNDER BRO. JIHAD AMOS - MUHAMMAD. JOINING HIM WILL BE BRO. RODNEY FRANKLIN FAISON AND BRO. GEORGE C. MARTINEZ. TOGETHER THEY WILL DISCUSS THEIR EXPERIENCES WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT AND WHAT WE CAN DO TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITIES. CALL IN TO LISTEN, COMMENT, ASK QUESTIONS, OR JOIN THE CONVERSATION. 646-716-5971.
Defending conservative values and the US Constitution
First Hour: The liberal bias against law enforcement has reared it's ugly head in the recent events between law enforcement and the people. The Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases are the prime examples as to how the liberals will do anything and use anything to further their political agenda; while claiming to be to standing up for the "oppressed". The truth is that liberals hate the Constitution and hate America with their sick twisted view of reality. They say conservatives won't discuss sensitive issues such as race and equality. Here it comes LIBTARDS! You wanted the discussion you got it!
Second Hour: Constitution Series- Article 2
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With the rash of police shootings leading to the death of many unarmed black men, you have the reach the conclusion police are becoming more illegitimate everyday. Clearly in the Eric Gardner case where we witnessed his death and his last words "I can't breath" which was ruled a homicide by the medical examiner 's office, we would surely get an indictment, but we didn't. The police and the entire criminal justice system is only a joke, particularly when law enforcement is potentially involved in being the defendant. The overly aggressiveness we saw in Ferguson demonstrates that lack of community policing that exists in this country. It is not a US against Them. We pay police to protect us not kill us!