Monthly Archives: June 2022

Law enforcement honors the memory of slain El Monte officers

Thousands of law enforcement officers from across the region gathered Thursday for a memorial service in Ontario to honor two El Monte police officers who were shot and killed in the line of duty, the men being hailed as “valiant heroes”. The Toyota Arena ceremony, which followed a solemn procession …

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Oyo’s Community Service Punishment Program Is Only Sustainable With Government Funding―Judicial

The Oyo State Judiciary said on Thursday that for the state’s community service punishment scheme to continue, the state government must be responsible for funding it, as the scheme was put in place. place by Oyo State law. Chief Justice of Oyo State, Justice Munta Ladipo Abimbola, represented by Justice …

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Waverlyfest will take over the city for the 4th of July weekend | Community

Sam Crisler, The Waverly News WAVERLY – Tracy Hernandez lived in Lincoln for many years before moving to Waverly five years ago. “And I just fell in love with it,” she said. The Waverly Chamber of Commerce secretary attributes her affinity for the city to its sense of community that …

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2022 marks a dangerous year for law enforcement in Arizona, statistics show

A dangerous year for law enforcement in Arizona It seems that every week a law enforcement officer in Arizona is injured or killed. FOX 10’s Stephanie Bennett dives deeper into violence against law enforcement this year. PHOENIX – 2022 has been a particularly dangerous year for Arizona peace officers, as …

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Application measures issued during the Rainbow Gathering

U.S. Forest Service law enforcement vehicles park near the Rainbow Family of Living Light gathering in Adams Park.John F. Russell / Steamboat Pilot and Today Hilary Markin, public information manager for the National Rainbow Incident Management Team, reported that U.S. Forest Service law enforcement officers had issued 91 enforcement actions …

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Meet Rhys Li: the community-minded entrepreneur changing the face of business consulting

Running a business in 2022 is no small feat. From saturated industries to inflation, supply chain issues, digital advertising boom and everything in between; obstacles and obstacles can be overwhelming and even all-consuming if not approached from the right perspective – and with the right mindset. A community-minded entrepreneur is …

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Community ‘devastated’ as six-year-old boy dies in horrific accident while father remains in hospital

A six-year-old boy died following a horrific car accident last Monday. Ethan McCourt of Toomebridge, Co Antrim has sadly passed away after he and his father were involved in a collision. The young boy and his father, Declan, were taken to hospital, but tragically after five days, Ethan was taken …

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Community Spotlight 2022.06.25 – Giant Bombshell

Welcome to the latest edition of the Giant Bomb Community Spotlight! I, @zombiepie, are once again honored to be your host as we look back on the best creative efforts of the Giant Bomb community! Well, I’m not beating around the bush this week, the overturning of Roe v. Wade …

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Deadline is approaching to apply for SRSU law enforcement academy

The application deadline for enrollment in Sul Ross State University H. Joaquin Jackson Law Enforcement Academy 2022 is July 1, according to a press release. The academy offers two types of training programs. A Basic Police Academy is held annually and exceeds the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement’s 96-hour Basic …

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Mayor mends ties with community representative after public row

CHERRY HILL — Mayor Susan Shin Angulo says she believes she has made peace with Windsor Mews Rep. Valerie Katz following an angry verbal clash the two had at a city council meeting of May. The May 23 meeting turned combative following a recent animal attack at Windsor Mews. Township …

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EIGHT FULL NSCC LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY

Pictured are the graduates of the Northwest State Community College Law Enforcement Academy: (front, left to right): Ali Sabri Uthumalebbe, Lane Good, Jacob Spiess and Courtney Eddings; (back, lr): Joshua Buchenberg, Jacob Trejo, Justin Smith and Andrew Fritch. Eight graduates of the Northwest State Community College Law Enforcement Academy were …

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Logan community comes together to memorialize victims of helicopter crash

LOGAN, WV (WOWK) — The Logan County community comes together tonight to deal with a tragic helicopter crash that killed six people Wednesday night. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the Bell UH-1B helicopter, also known as “Huey”, crashed around 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 22 near Route 17 in Logan …

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California law enforcement will receive $1,500 pandemic bonuses

Law enforcement and other public safety officers employed by California are set to receive $1,500 pandemic bonuses after Governor Gavin Newsom and unions reach agreements. According to the agreements released Friday, the state will distribute bounties to public safety officers, including California Highway Patrol officers, state corrections officers and park …

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Miami Heat, D2C and Law Enforcement Join Forces to Combat Distrust of Community Policing

The Miami Heat partnered with the City of Miami Police Department and the nonprofit Dedication to Community (D2C) in April in an attempt to mend the relationship between the Miami community and their officers. Program training includes workshops with instruction and discussion between community members and police officers led by …

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Reviews | March of the Poor: Organizing for Peace, Justice and Equality

After her niece, a low-income mother of three, was murdered several years ago, Wel’ega Ma’Shak of Galt, California, joined Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) to feel less alone in his grief. She also joined the state chapter of the Poor People’s Campaign (PPC), and on Saturday, June 18, she …

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Ruidoso community remains vigilant under flood watch

LINCOLN COUNTY, NM – Lincoln County is under a flood watch through Wednesday, and that includes the McBride Fire burn scar. Ruidoso teams are trying to help people prepare for possible flooding. They fill and distribute sandbags to everyone who lives near the McBride Fire burn scar, as their properties …

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East African community to meet on Monday to discuss DR Congo conflict

East African community to meet on Monday to discuss DR Congo conflict The meeting comes as the fighting rekindles animosities between Kinshasa and Kigali. The DRC blames neighboring Rwanda for the recent resurgence of M23. The Kenyan President calls for the deployment of a regional EAC force. Leaders of seven …

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WSCC Celebrates 124th Regional Enforcement Course | Local News

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic …

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City of Graham and county law enforcement to pay $336,900 to settle 2020 protest

A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina against the Graham Police Department and the Alamance County Sheriff’s Department, which alleged excessive use of the force by the police against demonstrators during a march for the right to vote. The …

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Candidates Martwick, Jones, LaPointe, Wallace, Kelly and Rabbitt address the community at June 16 ‘Meet & Greet’ – Nadig Newspapers

by BRIAN NADIG Democratic primary candidates from Illinois House’s 15th and 19th Districts and Illinois’ 10th Senate District discussed their backgrounds, experiences and key issues at a “meet and greet” on June 16 at the Copernicus Center Annex, 5214 W. Lawrence Ave. About 120 people attended the event, which was …

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‘Running 4 Heroes’ Will Pay Tribute To Law Enforcement During A Visit To The Piedmont Triad

A nonprofit that helps injured and deceased first responders travels from Florida to the Piedmont Triad this weekend to present a grant to a local officer who was shot in the line of duty and honor a firefighter deceased. The nonprofit “Running 4 Heroes” was started by 13-year-old Zechariah Cartledge. …

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Two Dubois County Pastors Write Letter Against Community Pride Event

DUBOIS COUNTY, Ind. (WFIE) – The Dubois County Pride Organization is set to host Pride in the Park on June 24, but two local pastors are saying publicly “it’s not something we can be proud of.” Pastor Joe Helt of First Presbyterian Church of Jasper and Pastor Josh Lagrange of …

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China firmly stands with peace and justice on Ukraine issue

The Chinese Foreign Ministry reiterated on Thursday that China has always independently assessed the Ukrainian issue based on the historical background and merits of the issue and always stands on the side of peace and justice. Spokesperson Wang Wenbin made the remarks at a regular press conference, refuting the US …

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Law enforcement reports for June 14 | Local News

Meridian Police Department The Meridian Police Department reported the following arrests between 6 a.m. Tuesday and 6 a.m. Wednesday. • Simple Aggression – Janece Rogers, b. 2001, 4608 Pacific St., Meridian. • Domestic Violence – Rakeith R. Watson, b. 1988, 5016 37th St., Meridian. • Common assault/threats/two counts – Jonathan …

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No Room: Overwhelmed Animal Shelter | Community

The Athens-Limestone Animal Sanctuary has recently experienced an extreme increase in the number of animals being abandoned or brought into the shelter as strays. As of Tuesday afternoon, June 14, shelter staff have welcomed 226 animals since June 1, including 19 one-person cats. “I think this is the worst we’ve …

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BC money laundering report calls for new law enforcement unit and provincial commissioner – Peace Arch News

British Columbia’s long-awaited report on money laundering was released Wednesday, June 15, with numerous recommendations, including the creation of a new law enforcement unit and a permanent commissioner dedicated to the resolution of the problem estimated at several billion dollars. B.C. Supreme Court Justice Austin Cullen was tasked with leading …

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR – Shawnee News-Star

By Elisabeth Slay The Shawnee News-Star eslay@news-star.com SUBWAY Please send calendar items to Elisabeth Slay, eslay@news-star. com and/or newsroom@news-star. com. June 16 The third Thursday poetry reading at the lunchbox will feature Maria Polson Veres, who recently published her fourth book of poetry, The breaking point. church people, her previous …

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US Senate candidate Herschel Walker has repeatedly said he works in law enforcement. There is no evidence that he ever did

Despite Walker’s claims over the years, there is no evidence that the Georgia Republican hopeful’s claims are true. US Senate candidate and former football player Herschel Walker says he has a history of working in law enforcement. There is, however, no evidence that the Georgia Republican hopeful’s claims are true. …

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Anambra Community Mobilizes to Fight Crime, Says Operation Know Your Tenants | The Guardian Nigeria News

Following a growing wave of crime, the Uke Community of Idemili South Council of Anambra State declared what it called “Operation Know Your Tenants”. The community said the move became necessary since it was discovered that some of the criminal elements in the state are non-indigenous. It should be recalled …

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Peace education will solve security problems – UN Center

The Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology Akure, Professor Adenike Oladiji, said she will ensure that students receive a quality education.A statement signed by the university added that students are the most relevant part of the university system while welcoming the leaders of the Federal University of Technology …

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Law Enforcement Executive Summons to Rahul Gandhi Unsubstantiated :P Chidambaram

It seems that the jurisdiction of the ED does not extend to BJP members, P Chidambaram said. (CASE) New Delhi: With Rahul Gandhi set to appear before the Law Enforcement Directorate in a money laundering case, senior Congress official P Chidambaram claimed on Sunday that the former party leader’s summons …

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Peace, the service dog helps the community remember Pulse

ORLANDO, Fla. — As many gather at the Pulse Memorial to remember the 49 lives lost six years ago, a four-legged friend is on hand to lend his support. For Peace the comfort dog and his master Paul Soost, June 12 is not just a day of remembrance, but of …

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Acharya Lokesh Muni Meets US Prez Biden, Suggests ‘Peace Education’ to Address Gun Violence

Image source: FACEBOOK/@ACHARYALOKESHMUNI Acharya Lokesh Muni Meets US Prez Biden, Suggests ‘Peace Education’ to Address Gun Violence Jain Acharya Lokesh Muni traveled to the United States on Saturday and met with President Joe Biden. During his visit to America, he offered “peace education” to the president in order to combat …

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Local Leaders and Law Enforcement Host 5th Annual Pedaling for Peace

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – The 5th annual Pedaling for Peace took place Friday night with local leaders. The event was sponsored by Mayor Pro Tempore LaMont Cole, Shoppers Value, MLK Community Center, Mayor Sharon Weston Broome, Baton Rouge Police Department, Capital City Ques and Geaux Cruisin. Mayor’s Youth Workforce …

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Edmonton community leaders react to city’s safety plan – Edmonton

An auto body shop is not a place one would expect to receive flowers, but at Albert’s Autobody in Edmonton’s Chinatown, customers are paying their respects three weeks after Hung Tran’s death. Owner Anthony Hai said his employees described the sensation as a dark cloud hanging over them. “If they …

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Lincoln Law Enforcement Academy graduates fourth class | Education

Every class that graduates from Lincoln University Law Enforcement Training Academy on the Jefferson City campus is historic because it remains the only HBCU which provides the program and training. The Academy’s fourth class graduated on May 26, 2022 at the Pawley Theatre. The new officers are Miguel Barton of …

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Hilton Head tries to do better thanks to its Gullah Geechee community | Hilton head

HILTON HEAD ISLAND — For nearly a century, from 1865 until the early 1950s, nearly everyone on the island was part of the Gullah Geechee community. Descendants of enslaved Africans, the Gullahs of Hilton Head and other coastal areas remained largely isolated for decades. Their language and culture not only …

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Holly Springs Headteachers and Law Enforcement Explain How They’re Keeping Children Safe in Schools :: WRAL.com

By Aaron Thomas, WRAL Journalist Holly Springs, North Carolina — School safety is a priority for the principals and the Holly Springs police. On Thursday, dozens of parents joined the city’s police chief and school resource officers for an overview of school safety protocols and procedures, following the deadly shooting …

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SDGs in North Sumatra: climate action, peace, justice and institutions

The poor performance of the government of North Sumatra in implementing the UN SDGs, particularly on climate action (goal 13) and peace, justice and strong institutions (goal 16), has confused the direction of SDGs 2030, which according to Indonesia’s national implementation road map, should be driven by local governments. The …

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Peace education will solve security problems – United Nations Center

The United Nations, Positive Livelihood Award Center, has declared that raising awareness and teaching peace will bring about positive, healthy and lasting peace and development in the world. UN-POLAC made this known in a statement to celebrate the International Day of Peace of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace, titled “Discover …

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Whitneyville Times by Krista Hand | Community

The village has been pretty quiet this week, unless you expect to hear the grass growing. Carmen Toby and Janet Watters spent a few days in Hershey and attended the annual conference of The United Methodist Church. We advance on the facing of the church. A few more days and …

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International community allows junta to arm aid

According to the Progressive Voice campaign group, the international community risks allowing the junta to arm aid by channeling all aid through the junta and ignoring the national unity government and other anti-junta forces, despite the atrocities committed by the junta. The situation on the ground for the people of …

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The implication of peace education

Today, everywhere you look is in turmoil. As less human humans, we have unwittingly let the genie out of the bottle and now “mere anarchy has loosed itself upon the world”, as YB Keats wrote in his famous 1919 poem, “The second coming”. As the world seems to have forgotten …

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Community Center News and Notes

Have a chance to win 10 lobsters. Join the great fundraising raffle for the benefit of the community center. Tickets are $10 each or you can buy three for $20. All proceeds will go to the Community Center. If you come from afar and you win, we will send them …

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US Attorney Announces Enhanced Enforcement Strategy Targeting Designated High-Crime Areas in Detroit | USAO-EDMI

DETROIT – Today, U.S. Attorney Dawn N. Ison, along with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Wayne County District Attorney Kym Worthy and Detroit Police Chief James E. White announced a targeted initiative to law enforcement designed to reduce gun violence in Detroit neighborhoods with the highest incidence of violent crime. Special …

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FAITH Did my life matter? | Community

As we close this series, let us remember the basic principles and purpose of exploring the development of our lives through the lens of theorist Erik Erikson. Keep in mind that, by definition, a theory is a guess about how something works. Erikson’s Theory of Emotional Development is a guess …

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Targeted killings are Pakistan’s ploy to ‘vilify’ majority community in Kashmir: BJP

Added June 4, 2022 Majid Kapra SRINAGAR: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday accused Pakistan of killing people from the valley’s minority community for the sole purpose of “defaming” the majority community in India and around the world.Admitting targeted killings of members of minority communities as a major cause …

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DOJ’s New CFAA Enforcement Policy Offers Comfort to White Hat Computer Security Researchers | Blogs | Innovative technological perspectives

For years, courts and commentators have pondered hypothetical violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) by computer security researchers. On May 19, 2022, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) released changes to its CFAA Enforcement Policy, effective immediately, addressing these concerns and giving comfort to white hat …

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The POST Commission is preparing to standardize the ranks of law enforcement | New

Police trainees from the 12th training cycle, some wearing RedMan protective gear, prepare to undergo defensive tactics training on January 26, 2022 in Tiyan. The exercise is part of the nine-month training candidates must undergo before becoming law enforcement officers. Rick Cruz/PDN To increase retention of law enforcement officers, a …

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How Law Enforcement Tracks ‘Guns’ in Hampton Roads

Law enforcement is feeling the impact of gun violence in Hampton Roads. Federal partners help track weapons involved in crime scenes. NORFOLK, Va. — Violent crime in Hampton Roads is on the rise. The number of investigations into the shootings is forcing local and federal agencies to band together to …

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South African community holds prayer vigil for 21 lives lost in Uvalde school shooting

SAN ANTONIO – Funeral services for the 21 lives lost in the Uvalde school shooting are underway and grieving families say their last goodbyes to their loved ones. In these dark days, the power of prayer is needed more than ever, according to Pastor Jimmy Robles of Last Chance Ministries. …

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Ocean County honors fallen law enforcement officers

Law enforcement officers accompanied the families to lay a rose at the memorial statue honoring those lost in the line of duty. (Photo by Stephanie A. Faughnan) OCEAN COUNTY – Ocean County officials and local law enforcement honored and commemorated fallen officers during the 31st annual Ocean County Law Enforcement …

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US Representative Dean Phillips and law enforcement officials unveil bill to boost police recruitment

A Minnesota model for recruiting and retaining more diverse law enforcement candidates could soon go national under a bill to bolster depleted police ranks across the country. U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minn., is leading a bipartisan campaign to pass the Pathways to Policing Act — inspired by a six-year-old Minnesota …

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