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Law Enforcement

Black Lives Matter Founder Wants To Reduce Law Enforcement Funding

Law Officer - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 09:19

In a recent interview with Patrisse Cullors, the co-founder of Black Lives Matter, she said some shocking and eye opening things about the country, President Trump and Law Enforcement.

When asked if she would be willing to take a seat and discuss issues with President Trump she said that she would not adding that “We wouldn’t as a movement take a seat at the table with Trump, because we wouldn’t have done that with Hitler. Trump is literally the epitome of evil, all the evils of this country – be it racism, capitalism, sexism, homophobia.

Of course she offered no evidence of her statement and her views on law enforcement were just as appalling.

Saying that “our target has been law enforcement, and that has been important because black folks not only are killed with impunity,” Cullors said that she wants to reduce funding to law enforcement.

Black Lives Matter claims to have been founded after the Trayvon Martin incident and their prominence admittedly grew during the aftermath of the Michael Brown death in Ferguson (MO).

The first incident didn’t even involve a law enforcement officer and in the latter, the police were justified according to local authorities, a Grand Jury and the Department of Justice.

If that doesn’t say “fraud” we don’t know what does.

 

 

Categories: Law Enforcement

UK Police Car Catches On Fire In Response To Emergency Call

Law Officer - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 09:05

Two police officers from the North Yorkshire Police (UK) escaped unharmed after their patrol car burst into flames while responding to an emergency call.

The BMW caught fire on the A168 at Asenby near Topcliffe on Saturday as officers were on their way to reports of a collision.

Sgt Paul Cording, from North Yorkshire Police, said the car “suffered a catastrophic engine failure”.

According to the BBC, the officers were not injured and returned to work hours later in a replacement vehicle.

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SP Jamestown - DWI arrest in Sherman

State - NY Police - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 08:59
On August 24th, 2017, the New York State Police arrested Ryan Pratt, 41, of Sherman, for Driving While Intoxicated. 
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Phoenix Police Chief Defends Officers At Trump Rally Protests

Law Officer - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 08:55

Phoenix police warned demonstrators before releasing pepper spray and gas in the moments after President Donald Trump’s rally Tuesday, but that warning may not have reached everyone, Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said.

Amid charges of civil-rights violations and complaints by some protesters that police struck without provocation, Williams commended her officers, saying she was proud of their professionalism in a tense environment.

Groups such as the ACLU of Arizona are calling for an independent investigation, saying that Phoenix officers failed to protect the First Amendment rights of demonstrators. The group is asking people to submit photos or video showing excessive use of force by police.

Williams said officers showed restraint and that they did warn protesters of their intent to use pepper spray and gas.

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Police Officer Photographed Saving American Flag During Hurricane Harvey

Law Officer - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 08:48

Photo: Aransas Pass Police Department Officer Jack McCarty is seen saving an American flag as Hurricane Harvey bears down on the Texas coast, Friday, Aug. 25, 2017. (Facebook/Aransas Pass Police Department)

A police officer in Aransas Pass, Texas, refused to allow Hurricane Harvey to claim an American flag in danger Friday.

According to a Facebook post from the Aransas Pass Police Department, Officer Jack McCarty rushed into the storm to grab the flag, which was about to be claimed by the powerful storm that was just hours from landfall. In the image, McCarty can be seen holding the flag just before it was brought to safety and out of the storm.

“While some dishonor and desecrate her, APPD Ofc. Jack McCarty will stop at nothing to honor and save her,” said the post.

As of this writing, the post had been shared over 5000 times.

While the vast majority of those that commented were overwhelmingly positive, one post said “Nice way to divide. Someone in your police dept should be fired….”

So it’s now divisive to save the American Flag and honor it?  We say keep it up Aransas Pass Police and thank you Officer McCarty for your service.

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Scio Man Arrested in Mt. Morris for DWAI Drugs and CPCS 7th

State - NY Police - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 08:12
On 08/26/2017, State Police from SP Geneseo arrested Justin M. Learn.  He was charged him with Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th Degree.

 

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Lincoln Woods Barracks

State - RI Police - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 07:15
At 11:30 AM, Troopers arrested Jesse Mcallian, DOB 41, of 165 Barbara Street Providence, RI for Disorderly Conduct. This arrest was the result of Troopers responding to reports of a road rage incident on Route 95 in the City of Providence. The subject was transported to the Lincoln Woods Barracks
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Detective Bureau

State - RI Police - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 07:00
MEDIA CONTACT: Major Dennis B. Fleming, Detective Commander (#401-444-1005) Captain Gerald M. McKinney, Assistant Detective Commander (#401-444-1011) No arrests to report.
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Wickford Barracks

State - RI Police - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 07:00
Media contact, Captain Derek Borek, District "B" Commander 401-444-1014 At 4:45 PM Troopers arrested Christopher Cooper, age 35, of 2 Erie Road New Fairfield, Connecticut for Domestic Simple Assault. The arrest was the result of Troopers responding to a disturbance at the Block Island Ferry...
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Scituate Barracks

State - RI Police - Sun, 08/27/2017 - 07:00
At 12:38 PM, Troopers arrested Lacey Johnson, age 32, of 8 Stewart Street Apartment #B, Newport, Rhode Island, for a Second District Court Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear for Pretrial Conference on the original charge of Domestic Violence – Disorderly originating from the Newport Police...
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Photo: Cop braves Hurricane Harvey to save American flag

Police One - Sat, 08/26/2017 - 19:44

By PoliceOne Staff

ARANSAS PASS, Texas – A photo of an officer braving hurricane-force winds to recover an American flag has gone viral.

The Aransas Pass Police Department posted the image to Facebook on Friday, writing “While some dishonor and desecrate her, APPD Ofc. Jack McCarty will stop at nothing to honor and save her.”

The image has been shared over 4,000 times.

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While some dishonor and desecrate her, APPD Ofc. Jack McCarty will stop at nothing to honor and save her. #GodBlessAmerica #HurricaneHarvey

Posted by Aransas Pass Police Department on Friday, August 25, 2017


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San Francisco fences park ahead of planned protests

Police One - Sat, 08/26/2017 - 13:35

By Janie Har Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO — City officials took steps Saturday to prevent violence ahead of an expected news conference by a right-wing group at a San Francisco park.

But hours before the event was set to occur, the organizer said it would be moved indoors.

Joey Gibson of the group Patriot Prayer did not provide a location or further details. He also said in a Facebook post that he would pop up at random sites throughout the city to speak with residents.

It marked the latest pivot by the group that initially intended to stage a rally in the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge but scrapped that idea, citing threats from left-wing agitators and worries that civic leaders and law enforcement would fail to protect them.

The change involving the news conference came as officials erected fencing and a large contingent of police monitored Alamo Square park.

Protesters holding signs that read "End White Supremacy" and "Ban Racists" gathered around the perimeter of the park but were not allowed inside.

The news conference was a late substitute for the "freedom rally" planned near the Golden Gate by Patriot Prayer.

Both sides were suspicious.

"We don't trust this group. I never have from the beginning," Mayor Ed Lee said of Patriot Prayer.

Lee said the group had not canceled the rally in writing, so police would remain vigilant at the Golden Gate site.

Lee urged counter-protesters to stay away and avoid violence.

"I do believe there are provocateurs in those groups that are intentionally wanting to incite some level of violence," he said.

When he canceled the rally on Friday, he said his followers would instead attend an anti-Marxist rally in nearby Berkeley on Sunday. But a short time later, the organizer of that rally called it off.

Organizer Amber Cummings said in a lengthy statement issued via Facebook that she had "grave concerns for the safety of the people attending my event."

Right-wing rally was cancelled, but hundreds still showing up to protest #SanFrancisco pic.twitter.com/fnqJcyH7KH

— Andrew Kimmel (@andrewkimmel_) August 26, 2017

Cummings said the event was planned "to speak out against the political violence happening to people who do not agree" with left-wing ideology, and that the meaning was being lost as rhetoric around the rally escalated.

Tension over the gatherings had built in the two weeks since violence erupted at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. James Alex Fields Jr., 20, was charged with murder after driving a car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing a 32-year-old woman.

Gibson and Cummings insisted their gatherings would be peaceful, but critics alleged they would be magnets for racists and others seeking violent confrontations.

Gibson said his group disavows racism and hatred.

A number of counter protests were planned. The left-wing group By Any Means Necessary, which has been involved in violent confrontations, had vowed to shut down the Berkeley rally.

Protesters moving up Fillmore looking for access into Alamo Park. I've been told by police every entrance is blocked. pic.twitter.com/G7vqtA3SK1

— Andrew Kimmel (@andrewkimmel_) August 26, 2017

Some groups in the city synonymous with the "Summer of Love" had planned to welcome their political opponents with unusual weekend protests, though it wasn't clear which of those would continue.

Plans included littering Crissy Field, the site of the now-canceled Saturday rally, with dog poop, dispatching red-nosed clowns and a giant inflatable chicken that bears the hairstyle of President Donald Trump.

On Friday, hundreds of people rallied raucously and danced at City Hall. They held signs that read "Unite Against Hate" and cheered religious and elected officials who took the microphone to speak of love and champion diversity in a city that famously prides itself as a sanctuary for gays, minorities and people who are in the country illegally.

Ahead of the planned far-right rally in San Francisco tomorrow, protesters flock to Civic Center Plaza for the #UniteAgainstHate rally. pic.twitter.com/ZUPi2aSXEB

— AJ+ (@ajplus) August 25, 2017


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