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POLICING IN AMERICA!
From the Slave Patrol created in 1740 to the present-day Police forces across America what is the true history behind this?
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This week on The Surreal News, “The real problem with policing in America!!!” Some folks seem to have the belief that all cops in our Country are bad, and on the other side, whenever one is shot you find a chorus online of people who place them on a pedestal. The truth is that policing in America is broken. The reasons are many and “We the People” have the power to fix it!!!! This Wednesday April 15th at 8:00 pm., Central time right here on APN radio!!!
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The thesis of this paper is that these events, in combination, confront the nation with a new kind of problem. Measures that have worked in the past, or would work for most groups in the present, will not work here. A national effort is required that will give a unity of purpose to the many activities of the Federal government in this area, directed to a new kind of national goal: the establishment of a stable Negro family structure.Moynihan Report (1965)
Kelling and Coles advocate an aggressive, get-tough confrontation of public disorder in its various forms: vagrancy, vandalism, panhandling, etc.George L. Kelling Broken Windows” thesis in 1982
Mr. Bratton should not be a once-innovative general fighting the last war. Mr. de Blasio was elected on a promise of being a transformative mayor who would recognize the times we live in and respect the communities whose residents fear the police. Now is the time to show it.
The mayor and the commissioner should also begin a serious discussion of the future of “broken windows” policing, the strategy of relentlessly attacking petty offenses NYT
Tom addresses two of the toughest subjects of our time:
Policing practices in our cities and states, including "SWAT", and militarization, it's intent, and concerns about outside jurisdiction command and control. Then, he'll address Islam, from it's origin, to Jihad, and ISIS; and then Islamists - their goals, and ambitions - even here! We'll just dive in, and have the discussion...
Policing America The Real Threat of ISIS
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On this very special episode of FSP, Vic host a round table discussion focusing on the issue of "Community Policing" and how it has effected the youth of today, the perception of the police across the country, and urban cities at large. We will hear about cultural issues and concerns, ethical actions, police brutality, and how the police force has changed over the last 20 years. Lastly, where do we as a country go in order to fix the landscape of divide?
Join us on Monday, April 27, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. for a very special interview with the retiring Chief of the Tampa Police Department. Jane Castor’s decisive leadership is evident in all aspects of her 31 year career. She was elected the first
female president of a police academy class and 26 years later, she became the first woman to lead the
Tampa Police Department. Chief Castor has redefined community policing in her hometown and driven
down the crime rate with her innovative approach to fighting crime.
Over the course of her career, Chief Jane Castor built a reputation for working side by side with
residents, community leaders, business owners and neighboring law enforcement agencies to reduce
crime and improve the quality of life in Tampa. Those community partnerships are the foundation of
TPD’s dynamic crime reduction strategy, “Focus on Four.” Since its induction in 2003, the plan has
reduced violent and property crime by 70%.
Jane’s strong leadership style is balanced with her efforts to help Tampa’s most disadvantaged children.She recently opened the doors of a multi-million dollar gymnasium for the Police Athletic League. The new facility is now serving more than 300 at-risk children. The department also opened a brand new safe haven for children called the RICH House. It’s the second of its kind offering a safe environment for children to thrive and for parents to connect with social services. Chief Castor’s commitment to at-risk kids is exemplified in her new Young Adult Police Academy. It targets kids on the verge of becoming involved in crime.
Join us as we say farewell to Chief Jane Castor and commend her for serving the City of Tampa and it's diverse communities with distinction.
In the wake of the events that unfolded in Baltimore City as a result of the death of Freddie Gray and the subsequent arrest of six Baltimore City police officers, Change Montgomery County will work together with the Montgomery County community to develop solutions to address systemic issues that are rooted in our urban areas across our major U.S. cities.
On this episode of A Miner Detail, Ryan Miner will speak with Montgomery County Police, community and church leaders and government officials in an effort to dissect some of the issues that led to the riots in Baltimore City. Ryan and his panel will discuss how to work to bridge the gap between citizens and our police force and offer solutions to address the systemic issues plaguing our urban areas.
Community policing is defined as involving three key components: developing community partnerships, engaging in problem-solving, and implementing community policing organizational features. Explore the tabs below for more information on these central components of community policing.
Please join Ryan and his guests on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. for an invigorating discussion on community policing.
SWU – Policing ourselves in our Community
We have heard that we need to police the police to make sure they are held accountable. So the question was asked, why don’t we hold ourselves to a higher standard when we want our communities to be better? Why do we turn our heads when gangs come around and pretend what they are doing or representing in the community aren’t confronted about how they are destroying the community? Let’s start the Officer Involved communication with the community. Let’s Partner with the Police to rebuild what so many have died trying to have for their children and grandchildren.
Today's topic is "Women In Policing". Today's discussion will focus on how women have evolved over the years in the Police Department. I am welcoming back by popular demand NYPD Retired Detective Sergeant John Paolucci, and Retired Police Captain of Campbell California Police Department Ron Pennington. My new special guest joining the discussion is Retired Lieutenant Donna Perry. Donna will focus on her career as a women in the police department and share her stories with us. If time allows we will also discuss "Forensics And Domestic Violence" and " Identifying Missing Persons Through Forensics". For more information about John please visit his website www.forensics4real.com One lucky caller will receive John's "Forensics4Real" autographed ball cap. Call in your questions early for your chance to win. I am also accepting your email questions to me to firstname.lastname@example.org to be answered live on air. My live chat will be open for questions as well. All questions will be accepted the second half of the show when the entire interview is completed. You don't want to miss this informative, interesting, and, exciting show.