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According to published reports the U.S. Justice Department announced a federal monitor will watch over the Newark Police Department. The announcement followed the culmination of a three year review of the police department.
The review found several serious problems that were reasonably believed to be a pattern and practice of the department. Among the problems uncovered were violations of citizens Constitutional Rights, thefts by police officers, and excessive force.
Why did so many negative and unlawful department wide practices go undetected and unreported for such a lengthy period of time? Who has been held accountable for the wide spread misconduct? Will effective changes be made to make certain these problems are not repeated?
Please join us on Thursday July 31, 2014 at 6:00 PM for the first part of this analysis and discussion. We will take a very close look at this problem and explain why the proper steps to arrest police misconduct have not been initiated to date.
We will continue our discussion of the U.S. Justice Department's announcement of a federal monitor to watch over the Newark New Jersey Police Department.
The Justice Department's review found several serious problems that were reasonably believed to be a pattern and practice of the department. Among the problems uncovered were violations of citizens Constitutional Rights, thefts by police officers, and excessive force. Additionally the Justice Department report stated, concerns that the NPD's current suicide prevention, policies, practices, and training create an unacceptable suicide risk to future Green Street detainees if not corrected.
Why did so many high salaried members of upper management fail to detect serious misconduct that was a pattern and practice of the department. Who has been held accountable for the wide spread misconduct? Will effective changes be made to make certain these problems are not repeated?
Please join us on Thursday August 7, 2014 at 6:00 PM for the second part of this analysis and discussion.
According to a recent special television report by New Jersey News 12 anchor Bryan Jenkins, the Newark Police Department released a written statement that a review showed that Latino and African American officers were disciplined more frequently than Caucasian officers. However, research has shown that African American officers have been making this same complaint since the 1960’s. Why have Newark Police Officials, despite numerous written complaints, been unable to determine the glaring obvious for decades? Additionally, what substantive failsafe measures have been implemented to make certain racial differential treatment is not repeated?
Join us on Thursday December 29, 2011 at 6:00 PM to discuss an issue that concerns every citizen of Newark New Jersey. Numerous present and former Newark Police officers have been invited to participate.
More than 14 years ago officials of the Newark New Jersey Police Department unlawfully terminated Darren Nance. A Federal Jury, after deliberating the evidence presented, ruled that Darren Nance was terminated unlawfully. This illegal termination cost Newark taxpayers in excess of 2 million dollars. Nevertheless, no police official was sanctioned for his or her involvement in, or inability to detect this unlawful termination. Additionally, no failsafe procedure has been put in place to make certain no other police officer would be terminated unlawfully. Still, despite a Newark Municipal Council resolution forbidding the spending of any additional funds to oppose Nance’s reinstatement, the Newark Police Department is still objecting to the reinstatement of Darren Nance.
Join us on Thursday September 20, 2012 at 6:00 PM eastern time for this update on Newark’s continued efforts to stop the reinstatement of an officer who was fired unlawfully.
Just as former Newark Police Director Garry F. McCarthy is shipping off to Chicago to head that city’s police department, the Department of Justice announced it will launch an investigation into the Newark Police Department. For decades there have been reports of serious misconduct and violations of citizens’ rights. Recently the New Jersey ACLU has filed a 96-page petition detailing numerous systemic problems plaguing the Newark New Jersey Police Department. Additionally, scores of police officers have filed civil suits and made official reports of police misconduct and violations of citizens’ rights. Several officers have been terminated after they officially reported serious police misconduct to their supervisors. Still, the outgoing police director Garry F. McCarthy has harshly criticized the ACLU petition, and the incoming Interim Police Director Samuel DeMaio has not released his disciplinary record to municipal council-members.
On Thursday May 12, 2011, at 6:00 PM, our invested guest will be Eric Josey of 100 Blacks In Law Enforcement Who Care. He will be discussing the tenure, tactics, and reputation of Garry McCarthy. We will also discuss the Justice Department’s investigation of the Newark Police Department, and the performance of the Interim Police Director Samuel DeMaio.
Recent published reports claim the Newark New Jersey Police Department has a new initiative in place that will prevent discriminatory differential treatment in the police disciplinary process. There have been numerous complaints that Latino and African-American Officers have received harsher sanctions than Caucasian Officers who have committed more egregious offenses. Since the 1960's African-American Officers have complained of differential treatment. But now, allegedly, there is some procedure or policy that will put an end to this differential treatment. There is just one small problem, no one in the entire Newark Police Department seems to know anything about this procedure or initiative that will prevent differential treatment.
On Thursday February 23, 2012 at 6:00 PM eastern time, we will discuss differential treatment in the Newark Police Department. Newark Police Director Samuel DeMaio or his designee have been invited to participate in the discussion of differential treatment in the Newark Police Department.
Guest Capt Inez Gonzalez, Newark Police Dept & Executive Board member of the National Coalition of Latino Officers; speaking about women in law enfocement.
Today's topic is "The Evolution Of Weapons In The Police Force" Back by popular demand I am welcoming back my special guests NYPD Retired Detective Sergeant John Paolucci, and Retired Police Captain of Campbell California Police Department Ron Pennington and, Retired Lieutenant Donna Perry. The discussion today will focus on Weapons and how they have evolved over the years in the police force. Ron will discuss in great depth Weapons and John and Donna will give their input as well. If time allows we will also discuss these topics "Capital Punishment", "Police Relations And Public Unrest" and, "Working During The Holidays as a Police Officer" John and Donna both have some really personal stories to share how it was like for them to work during the holidays. For more information about John please visit his website www.forensics4real.com Tune in and listen for your chance to win John's "Forensics4Real" autographed ball cap. There will be a trivia question that you have to answer correctly in order to win.
A GUIDE TO KNOWING YOUR RIGHTS WHEN DEALING WITH THE POLICE
Welcome to.....“EL BARRIO VERDE”, A WEEKLY POLITICAL RADIO SHOW FROM LA, sponsored by the East Los Angeles Community Law & Civil Rights Center, Self-Help Leal Solutions & Resources for the Entire Community……This is Carlos Montenegro and Bienvenidos to the Neighborhood…!!!
This show will be broadcasted live from East Los Angeles in the “Spanglish” language to all of our “Hermanos” and “Hermanas” in all 50 United States… “EL BARRIO VERDE”… A WEEKLY POLITICAL COMMENTARY RADIO SHOW......
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The first thing that I want to make clear is that I am a law student and not a lawyer.
I am not here today to advocate being uncooperative with cops. I am here today to offer everyone of the community a free training in knowing your rights as American Citizens and to help you learn and how to determine "the line" between what’s legal and what’s not. The purpose of this free training is also to help people fully understand what they have every right to do, but do not practice.
If at the end of this free training class you would like to receive a free pdf book about todays presentation email me at EastLosAngelesLawCenter@gmail.com
SOON PEOPLE WILL WAKE UP TO THE FACT THAT THE CONSTITUTION IS GONE.!!!!
NO FREEDOM,NO RIGHTS, WE WILL BE UNDER THERE COMPLEAT CONTROL YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TALK .WALK OR THINK
THEY WILL KNOW WHAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU . BECAUSE YOU ARE A TARD ! THEY KNOW IT ALL AND YOU DONT
WE NEED TO GET READY FOR WHAT THAY ARE ABOUT TO DO TO US .
YOU WILL SUBMIT TO THIS OR DIE AND THEY DONT CARE IF YOU CARE SO YOU NEED TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE .
I AM SORRY YOU DONT HAVE A CHOICE .
OK FIRST OFF I AM NOT A ATTORNEY. I DONT STEEL MONEY 2ED I DONT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE NO ONE CAN !!!!
TONIGHT I AM GOING TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT WHAT I CALL THE TRAP SYSTEM . HOW IT WORKS AND HOW TO WORK WITH IT
FIRST DONT DO WRONG THINGS TO GET YOUR SELF PUT IN THE PLACE OF THE SYSTEM .
IF YOU KNOW ITS WRONG AND YOU GET BUSTED WELL YOU ASK FOR IT !!!
BUT ITS UP TO THE COP TO SAY IF ITS RIGHT OR WRONG WRONG !!!!!!!!!
A LOT OF LAWS ARE BS AND WE ALL KNOW THIS AND WE SOME TIMES BECOME THE VICTIM OF THEM AND THAT IS SO WRONG.
SO TONIGHT WE WILL TALK ABOUT THIS
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Welcome to Saturday Nite Gospel Jamz. Special Edition of SNGJ let us hear from you about the shooting that took place in NJ. Please look at the video on youtube. "Black Police officer shoots passenger in Jag" Deu ch 28: 15-68 describes our music. Its gonna be powerful, its gonna be Retro, Throwback, Thought provocative, Truth! Our Co-host Sister Fiyah Harris, live from Dallas, TX and Brother Malachi live from Hattiesburg, MS. Chat room is open and to ask questions or make a comment on the phone press #1 if listening. (347) 205-9279