• 01:47

    Policing the police

    in Politics

    This is my first show, we will kick things off with a hot topic: Policing the police, what can be done about the issues facing the police and the communities that dont trust them. Is this perception or reality?

  • 00:30

    Improving and Policing NYCHA

    in Education

    The improvement and policing in NYCHA

  • 01:30

    Women In Policing : The Evolution Of Women In The Police Force

    in Entertainment

    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 varietytopics@yahoo.com 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.

  • 00:58

    Episode 330 Private Policing Studies

    in News

    An extended show this evening with a lot going on and a great guest!

    And we'll tell you about our upcoming exciting Virtual Security Conference!

    Dr. Bruce Benson is our guest tonight. Professor, author and a man with an insight on private policing. He has written books and done studies on the subject.

    We'll be looking at conversions by cities to employ private police and volunteer citizens, history and the future od private policing.

    Also, we have a ton of news and information to pass along to you!


  • 00:30

    USA Policing Is Excessive Force. They Shoot to Kill. Verbally and Physically

    in Politics

    Scripture says to mankind: Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins. It is evident in the constant deaths of innocent citizens that love is the missing element. Policing is not just an occupation. Policing is a behaviour. Policing have never been done properly, not even from the beginning. Policing has been geared toward the have vs have nots. Policing has been geared toward whites vs blacks. Policing has perpetrated advancement, when in actually advancement is limited by politics. Control is the name of policing. Control is the name of politics. The two have joined forces and brutality shows up because policing has to much of a foundation in identifying suspect citizens. Translation, identifying people you already don't trust. Translation, minorities are suspects. The results is stop and frisk is lawfult, being a minority is unlawful until proven otherwise. Police brutality is the result of people with no respect for groups of people patrolling communities where they do not respect the residents. This is a job for the police, right? Wrong! This is a job for well trained human beings who want what's best for the greater good. Too many police on forces are there to prove their opinions/suspicions correct. The brutality is there when such people put on the policing badges. The people wearing badges who are not involved, become involved because they want to keep making money. Just like media lie to keep tmaking money.  Politicians lie to keep making money. CEOs lie to keep making money. And all of the above are indeed citizens that come from amongst other citizens. We have to have open dialogue without casting blame. We have to root out the problem of police brutality. Admit policing is one of those occupations without proper training. Start real neighhood policing, namely, hire my brother/sister policing. This show honors #MikeBrown's 1st day of college.

  • Policing The Black Community

    in Self Help

    In the midst of the most challenging generation of policing the United States has seen, the black community finds itself smack in the middle of the controversy! What should be changed, what can't be changed, what can be changed? Join in the conversation with the most progressive self help radio show on the east coast with Pastor Darrell Owens. The conversation that deals with Love, Sex, Faith, God, & everything Taboo, everyday from 2-3pm.

  • 02:10

    What Do Clergy Say Now About Race And Policing

    in Moms and Family

    With the past decisions in the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions, what do Clergy say to their congregations concerning race and policing of Black males. Do we join in the outrage or do we demand the citizens of this country white,black or hispanic respect the decisions of the courts and the process? Join our panal discussion.

  • 00:17

    Should White Cops Be Policing Black Neighborhoods And Vice Versa?

    in Health

    We'll be discussing this very controversial issue with you, the callers. In light of the Brown case and New York choke hold incident, this should be an interesting show.This topic is heated and widely debated, so let's please keep comments and opinions respectful, thank you! 

  • 01:59

    "Battle Of The Systems: Policing The Police"

    in Lifestyle

    SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Tamir Rice was a 12-yr-old boy brandishing a toy gun in an empty playground in Cleveland, Ohio when 911 was called. Although there is nothing threatening about the boy's physical appearanace, nor was there any signs of threatening behavior wither before or after the police arrived, Tamir was almost instantaneously shot to death when they arrived. on the other hand, Joseph Houseman, a 63-year-old Caucasian male who was drunk, disorderly and waving both a real machine gun as well as directing the police toward his genitals was not apprehended or penalized for his actions. Additionally, young Tamir's father's history of domestic violence and his movement toward his toy gun was mentioned in the police's attempts to justify murdering the pre-teen while the media branded the older intoxicated man a herodefending his right to bear arms. Many other cases involving blatant police infractions against the public, despite their race, will be touched on tonight. The System of American police forces ' mentality toward Black suspects as opposed to their White counterparts remains clear, as is the need for Black America to become a system of self-preserving mentality. Join in tonight at 347-327-9967 at 10:30 pm with your thoughts.

  • 00:30

    Politics, Privilege, Policing, Prosperity, Poverty, People, Power = No Peace

    in Politics

    America the Beautiful! White men have lost their place at the top of the hill. It's called social order. They think they lost it when slavery was abolished in 1863. That is not when they lost it. They actually begin to lose their place in the social order, when they waiting 18 months before notifying slaves in the southern states, namely Texas and Louisiana that salvery had been ended by order of the Federal government. As time progressed, white men did less and less, or should I say more and more to try to keep blacks as slaves. Instead of abiding by the new laws, they chose to create new laws to keep their desires legal. The Black Code Laws became part of American policing. The KKK carried out the Black Code Laws. The Freedmans Bureau established to assist slaves in transitioning into citizenship became nothing more than a sham. Peace was not to come between the races based on the pride of poorer white men. Politics was in complete control of legislating what would and could happen to blacks. Police were allowed to create as you go laws and administer judgement as they saw it should be. Prosperity was able to continue based on the desires of those with property ownership. Poverty began to spread even more as a tool for the wealthy to maintain ownership of former slaves. People began to segregate even more than had been during slavery. Power was once again seen in the wealth of the white men. Is there anything different today than in 1863 when slavery was abolished in America. If you have to wait for the approval of politicians, courts, and merchants to have social justics, judicial justice, and economic justice, than not much has change. The change must therefore come by way of we the people. We the working class people of American

  • 02:02

    Congressman Danny Davis Considers Presenting New Policing for Police and Prisons

    in Women

     Our Blogtalk radio family has worked together to create two pieces of legislation, one concerning Police and the other concerning Prisons. Today Congressman Danny Davis of the 7th District will listen to these suggestions and guide us through the process of how these ideas can be presented to Congress made into laws. The proposed legislation is as follows:

    Prisons: 1) Remove the objective to keep these as profit making ventures. Change the objective to one of eventually closing them all, "going out of business." 2) Make the objective to restore to wholeness those who have committed offenses against others, not punishment or vengeance for their crime. 3) Release everyone who is not jailed for a violent offence. 4) Release everyone incarcerated for drug trafficking or using drugs in which no weapons or acts of violence were involved. 5) Allow those who are in jail because they cannot pay a bond to be immediately released, if jailed for a non-violent offense. 6) Provide psychological evaluations and counseling services for violent offenders serving time in prison. 7) Provide education for those incarcerated, if they do not have a high school diploma. 8) Provide vocational training for those who are inside, preparing them for when they will be released. 9) Allow those serving long time or life sentences to serve the community by talking to errant youth in a "scared straight" program. 10) Expunge all records after the person has served time and been released, and do not require any reference or admission of committing a felony on an job applications.


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