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Summertime duties- summer is a very active time for private security officers.
Residential communities, hotels, amusement parks and beach areas are full of residents, vacationers and become a prime area for crime, fights, robberies and security officers must stay vigilant.
We will discuss the duties and break down the different property types that require specific enforcement.
We'll also be discussing our upcoming private officer memorial and new services and websites.
And last but not least, we'll announce recent appointments to our advisory board and more!
Yes, we are not afraid to say it: We love black Fathers." We here at Daddies Duties, which is an organization that provides legal help and contacts, fatherhood coaching and other various programs to aid and support Black and Latino fathers, overstand that blacks fathers in this country get no love in the media or court system. The objective of this show to discuss in a somewhat a sandbox fashion the woes and barriers in my life of being a black father in today's era as we also talk about proper solutions.
FERGUSON, Mo. - An unarmed 18-year-old black man was shot and killed by police in suburban St. Louis after an altercation that involved two people and an officer, authorities said Sunday while hundreds of protesters demanded answers outside.
Police have not officially disclosed the name of the man who was killed, but family members say it was 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Belmar said one of the men pushed the officer back into his squad car and the struggle began. Belmar said at least one shot was fired from the officer's gun inside the police car.
The struggle spilled out into the street, where one of the two people was shot multiple times. Belmar said the exact number of shots wasn't known, but "It was more than just a couple." He also said all shell casings found at the scene matched the officer's gun.
Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson said the man who was shot was unarmed.
Today on Rockafellaz Radio we will talking about the incident that occured Sunday in St. Louis in regards to the shooting of Michael Brown. Your feedback and views on the sitaution. The police actions, the rioting and communities response to the incident.
I will also give some insight as to how the sitaution could have been handled differently, even if it was said that victim Michael Brown was trying to take the officers firearm.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on thinking of virtues as duties, overcoming paralyzing indecision, sharia finance, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: What's wrong with thinking about the virtues as duties?
Question 2: How can I overcome my paralyzing indecision?
Question 3: Should financial companies be permitted to offer financial products consistent with sharia law?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
Among many other duties, Chief Ron Kanterman does fire & life safety consultation, fire service training and fire protection through Gold Horn Associates.
Tom Aurnhammer is the Deputy Chief of the Los Pinos Fire Protection District in Ignacio, CO. Join them as they come together as the Back Step Boys and listen in as they share their wealth of fire service knowledge and experience.
Deanna Maio, Delegation & Implementation Strategist and Speaker helps business owners, leaders, and entrepreneurs who are doing too much figure out how to create the right plan, systems, and team to get more done, have more time, and catapult their income.
Deanna is the creator of the Delegated to Done Formula and the co-author of GPS for Success with Dr. Steven Covey, Dr. John Gray, and Les Brown. She was selected as one of the 20 Best Business Coaches in 2013 by ClearSimpleMarketing.com and selected The Best of Portland 2013 and Business Management Consultant of the Year and was honored with the same award in 2014.
Deanna holds a certificate in Project Management from Portland State University; is a certified trainer for NetSpeedLeadership & Blazing Service, a certified Myers-Briggs Facilitator with 10 years experience using that tool with individuals, managers, leaders and team.
She recognizes that most businesses face daunting challenges as they grow. Failing to address these challenges, quickly, can have a devastating impact on performance and profitability. Deanna believes and teaches that if everyone in an organization has the right systems and tools to be productive, morale increases, attrition decreases, and profits go up.
With her entertaining teaching style and experience in organizations large and small, Deanna is a recognized leader in her field and she continues to innovate, create, and build new thought processes for making businesses more productive and even more profitable.
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Meet our guest for next week's a Chat in the Garden.... Keisha Pexton, Director of Apprentice Athletics. You don't want to miss talking about this unique Institution- the Student-Athletes are indeed "Employees". Ask your questions live at www.chatinthegarden.com and 347-989-8385 Tuesday at 11:30 am est.
Bio- A former Lady Builder basketball standout who played two years of professional basketball, Keisha Pexton enters her seventh year as the Athletic Director at The Apprentice School. She is entering her third year as Manager Strategic Projects in addition to her role as Athletic Director.
Pexton worked for two years as an Electrical Planner on CVN 76 Ronald Reagan before becoming a Craft Instructor at the school for Production Planner Apprenticeship Program in 2005. She stayed with the Lady Builders as an assistant coach until the start of the 2005-06 season where she moved into the role of Academic Coordinator for both basketball teams. Her duties for the Apprentice School changed again in 2007 when she became a Craft Instructor for the Modeling and Simulation and Nuclear Test Technician Apprenticeship Programs and she was supervising three of the advanced programs until she took over as Athletic Director in March of 2008.
A native of Virginia Beach and a Salem High School graduate, Pexton earned her undergraduate degree in Organizational Leadership and Management in May of 2004 from Regent University and her master’s degree in Human Resource Development at George Washington University in December of 2006. Currently, she is pursuing her Doctorate in Strategic Leadership from Regent University.
Pexton has one son, Andrew (9).
Liberty's Thunder: irreverent, relevant and radioactive conservatism with a bite; usually airs at 9:00pm Eastern on Thursday and Sunday, with phone lines open on Thursday nights. Blog Talk Radio airs the shows live for two hours, but Rex and Trog usually rant into the third hour, which is available anytime after the show airs here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/libertysthunder
Some of our best rants occur at the end of the show. Please enjoy Rex and Trog’s closing rants from our last two shows in this mini-episode from these two episodes:
March 7 – Open Line Friday: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/libertysthunder/2014/03/08/libertys-thunder-open-line-friday
March 9 – Crimean, Conmen, Cowards and Conservatives: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/libertysthunder/2014/03/10/crimea-conmen-cowards-and-conservatives
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It's one of those times in America when it's hard to just act like everything is normal. So while we are going to have our show, and continue with the normal things we do (reviewing and previewing NY hip hop events, delivering a few new releases of note), we'd be remiss in our duties if we didn't address and speak on the issues of the day.
As such, we'll start with a discussion about an artist "town hall" meeting we attended in Harlem, addressing police brutality against the minority community. We hope to have some of New York's hip hop activists, including folks like Rebel Diaz, who traveled to Ferguson during the height of the protests, and we'll happily take your calls on the subject.
It's an important time, and hip hop does have a part to play in these issues. We'll be here to talk about it with you.
Tune in, and call up. We know your voice is important.
Leonard C. Porter attended the University of TN at Martin where he majored in Criminal Justice and joined the military. Mr. Porter became a police officer in Prince George, Virginia, performing the general routine assignments of arrests, traffic, patrolling and even notifying concerned relatives after a child or disoriented elder was found.
After leaving Virginia in 1993, Mr. Porter became a Tennessee State Trooper. He felt the drive and need to be a part of an organization like the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office and an Investigator for the Shelby County Public Defender’s Office where his years of experience and expertise could be utilized.
Mr. Porter liked the idea of being an entrepreneur, operating nationwide security and investigations company that will serve the masses on whatever level in which there is a need. In 2007 he founded Porter Security and Investigations, Inc. His duties now are more challenging and varied, but overcoming the challenges puts him a step closer in reaching his goals. “I want to eventually run.
When it comes to career choices, he has few regrets. Having experiences in many security related positions and being in management for other security companies has enhanced his business experiences and is a catalyst for a new and improved security company of which he owns.
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