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With everything going on in the country today we thought that it would be a good idea to have an episode on Police and the community. The police are supposed to be there to make you feel safe, comfortable and protected. However, some members of our communities are scared, in danger and feel unprotected. Some people see the police as the good guys, some view them as the bad guys. We are going to have a great discussion on this today. We will touch on what makes people feel the way they do about the police and how we can improve relationships between community memebers and the police officers who serve them.
We'll talk a little bit about Michael Brown and the others that have been in police involved brutality, shootings or confrontations.
Of course the police will always have people that dislike them (the criminals) because they hinder their plans of breaking the law. However, the police shouldn't have a stigma of not being fair to certain people or have the community scared when they cross paths with an officer.
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The death of Mike Brown in Ferguson Missouri once again highlights the growing problem with police brutality in America. Doc Sinn speaks freely and candidly about this ever increasing problem with Larry Syid Wright and others. The Horrible Naked Truth goes in raw and does not mince words about an issue that affects us all. Whether you are black, white, rich, poor, male or female, this problem affects us all. You do not want to miss this broadcast. LIVE FRIDAY AUGUST 15TH AT 2PM EST!!
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Is that police brutality that you witnessed? What are the causes of police brutality? How has technology such as i phones, i pads, smartphone, video cameras and surveillance cameras has brought this to the public forefront. Has police vehicle cams changed the behavior of the law enforcement community?Has technology exonerated officers of complaints of police brutality? What penalties has the law enforcement community imposed as a result of police brutality? Has there been criminal prosecution in addition to civil penalties for police brutality? Has police brutality changed the perception of law enforcement? What is going on to reduce police brutality and improve the public image of law enforcement as a whole?
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Today on "It's My House" we shall have a "Homeowner Law Clinic" to discuss "understanding the Police".
Many people get mad or frustrated with the police because they expect the Police to be a certain way or do certain things of which many times they are not empowered to do. Often times people will call the police to handle something that might have happened in your home. They come out, the person makes a complaint, but there is no arrest..........and maybe that is what the person wanted............an arrest.
We shall discuss what the Police CAN and CAN NOT DO when a homeowner makes a call to our local Police.
Are you fed up with police brutality, abuse of power, cover ups and the general mistreatment of the public by those who are supposed to "Protect & Serve"?
In light of recent events, this week on Playing Devil's Advocate™ hosted by Ms. KiKi, the crew will discuss the despicable acts perpetrated by the police that have become all to common place. We will explore, why these things keep happening how we can prevent them and what to do when they happen to you or your loved ones!
Also, be prepared to discuss how we can become more involved by developing and implementing actual solutions that will eradicate this issue. As always your input is needed and appreciated, so please join us for "Police: Peace Officers or Menace To Society?"
And if that's not enough we have our Producer Cousin Chan's "Drink of the Week", and our weekly “Ask PDA” advice letter!! If you want to give your two cents....contact us on Facebook, Twitter, via email, or in our interactive chat room or LIVE on-air Wed night!
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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.
Research consistently shows that minorities are more likely than whites to view law enforcement with suspicion and distrust. Minorities frequently report that the police disproportionately single them out because of their race or ethnicity says the National Institute of Justice. Join us this Tuesday as we talk to experts take live calls,and try to come to a solution on this topic. Also visit us @ www.realtalkrobert.com and follow us on twitter @realtalkrobert.
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.
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For three days, demonstrations and police crackdown has taken over the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri, where police shot and killed Michael Brown, 18, an unarmed black teenager, on Saturday afternoon. Brown was about to begin college. After a peaceful vigil on Sunday, rioting and looting led to 32 arrests by police in full riot gear. Another 11 to 15 people were reportedly arrested over Monday night. As of earlier today, the Federal Aviation Administration has banned flights over Ferguson airspace “to provide a safe environment for law enforcement activities.
”The hashtag #IfTheyGunnedMeDown has gone viral on Twitter, where young people of color are protesting Brown' death.
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