Buhari prays for peace and justice in Ramadan Tafsir

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (Retired) Monday in Abuja joined Muslim worshipers at the State House Mosque to mark the start of Ramadan Tafsir, the interpretation and explanation of the Quran. According to a statement signed Monday by his Senior Special Assistant for Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, Buhari …

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Q&A: Aircraft Repossession and Enhanced Security in the United States

Enforcement measures Takeover after termination of the lease Describe basic repossession procedures after lease termination. How can the tenant legally interfere with the landlord’s rights to seek remedies for non-performance? The procedures available for repossessing leased aircraft are similar to those available for financed aircraft. The lessor can proceed through …

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In Ramadan Tafsir, Buhari prays for peace and justice in Nigeria

Deji Elumoye President Muhammadu Buhari prayed for peace and justice to prevail in Nigeria, as well as for the improved welfare and prosperity of mankind in general. Presidential Spokesperson, Mallam Garba Shehu, in a statement, revealed that Buhari joined Muslim worshipers at the State House Mosque in Abuja yesterday to …

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The shooting of a Wyoming deputy is a reminder of the dangers facing law enforcement officers

***For all things Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter*** By Wendy Corr, Cowboy State Daily The shooting of a Laramie County sheriff’s deputy draws attention to the dangers law enforcement officers face every day. The deputy, whose identity has not been released, is believed to be in stable condition …

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Savannah Tech to offer nighttime law enforcement classes in hopes of boosting recruiting • The Georgia Virtue

In order to meet the growing demand for law enforcement officers and provide an option for students who work during the day, the Peace Officer Academy at Savannah Technical College will offer night training for the Certificate Basic Technical Credit for Law Enforcement (TCC). Successful completion of the program qualifies …

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Stanford Community to Honor Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Stanford’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Education (SHARE) team will honor Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) through a myriad of educational events and activities throughout the month of April. The SHARE: Education team hopes to use the SAAM as an opportunity to raise awareness about sexual violence at the University and …

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Cop cash: California law enforcement is giving campaigns big | News

Amid growing concerns about crime and recent criminal justice reforms, California law enforcement groups are spending big this year in several high profile races. So far in the 2022 election cycle, these groups have contributed more than $1 million to campaigns for the state Legislature and several statewide offices, slightly …

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Women of Oakland Co. Celebrated for Leadership and Community Involvement – The Oakland Press

At their last regular meeting in March, Oakland County Commissioners paused to recognize notable women from across the county. Although this is part of a Women’s History Month, these women are making a difference every day. Commissioner Angela Perry, D-Pontiac, invited her fellow commissioners to nominate a star in their …

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The Muslim Community of Bakersfield explains what Ramadan is

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) — Saturday marks the start of Ramadan, which is a holy month for Muslims around the world. 23ABC’s Mythili Gubbi spoke with local Islamic leaders here in Bakersfield who say this month is about reflection and resetting for the rest of the year and they hope to …

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Houston law enforcement pays tribute to boy who was bullied at school

When Houston law enforcement learned what happened to 8-year-old Michael Martinez, they named him honorary deputy in a ceremony Friday. HOUSTON — Just call him Deputy Martinez. Eight-year-old Michael Martinez was named an honorary deputy Friday by several Houston-area law enforcement agencies. They gave the shy boy a bunch of …

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County to provide bylaw enforcement for Village of Hussar

Wheatland County Council voted to begin providing bylaw enforcement services to the Village of Hussar, at the county council’s regular meeting on March 22. The Village of Hussar approached the county in 2021 requesting to have discussions about entering into an agreement for services to be provided to the village. …

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Community calls for ceasefire at vigil for Ukraine | News

As the bells of Asbury United Methodist Church rang at 11 a.m. on a freezing and windy Saturday morning, community members gathered at the LOVEworks letters behind Harrisonburg City Hall. Their message? Paz, shalom, pace, frieden, salaam… Peace for Ukraine, as a sign said. Some of the pickers gathered to …

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Polk Law Enforcement Agencies Add New Mental Health Officers

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — Polk County, like the rest of the country, is seeing an increase in mental health calls. There were 298 Baker Act calls to the Winter Haven Police Department in 2020, this number increased to 410 in 2021. “When we Baker Act someone, we follow up with …

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St. Norbert Community Band = vibrancy and vigor

FROM FATHER, Wis. (WFRV) – Ukraine was in attendance Monday night for an in-person and online concert by the St. Norbert Community Band: + A dove of peace and the Ukrainian flag on the printed cover of the program. + The first work of the evening, the national anthem of …

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California Law Enforcement Gives Campaigns Big – CalMatters

In summary California law enforcement groups are making large donations to candidates for attorney general, treasurer and legislature ahead of the June 7 primary. The biggest recipient is Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert, who is trying to overthrow Attorney General Rob Bonta. Amid growing concerns about crime and …

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Russian invasion of Ukraine hits close to home for Mesa community – The Mesa Press

*SUPPORT LINKS AVAILABLE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has affected many members of the San Diego Mesa College community. On the morning of February 24, Andy Larkin, a student at Mesa College, woke up to the sound of explosions in his hometown of kyiv. These …

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Murder of 35-year-old woman: Ebonyi community joins police in exposing killers

The National Drug Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) said two drug traffickers excreted a total of 165 cocaine wrappers after their arrest at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) in Abuja.The Director, Media and Advocacy, NDLEA, Mr. Femi Babafemi, said so in a statement yesterday in Abuja.Babafemi, who named the suspects Elvis Iro, …

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Encinitas plans to hire private company to handle parking enforcement

Encinitas will rework its bylaws to allow a private company to handle the city’s parking enforcement duties, including writing tickets, the city council unanimously decided. They were quick to point out that their vote was just the first step. The proposal will need to be returned to the board for …

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The Jewish community is one with Ukraine in its fight for freedom

Recently, the holiday of Purim has been celebrated by Jews around the world. The origin of Purim, from the Book of Esther in our Hebrew Bible, is a special Jewish story celebrating victory over the evil plot to exterminate the Jewish people during the time of the Persian Empire. Although …

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Delhi High Court says RTI immunity to enforcement does not cover information sought on bribery or promotion of employees

Earlier this week, the Delhi High Court ordered the Law Enforcement Directorate to provide copies of the seniority list for Lower Division Clerks (LDCs) to an employee of the organization facing prejudices regarding seniority while noting that employees of a security establishment cannot be deprived of their fundamental and legal …

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Oakdale man accused of shooting at law enforcement has been found not guilty by reason of mental illness

A man accused of shooting at police during a confrontation near Tartan High School in Oakdale last fall has been found not guilty on grounds of mental illness. Shawn Fairley Codinack, 32, of Oakdale, has been charged with three counts of first-degree assault on a peace officer, accused of shooting …

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Russia must be excluded from the G20 and ostracized by the international community

THE overrated and inept Russian war machine is in disarray. The last thing NATO, and President Biden in particular, should do now is make a concession to Putin. 2 Russia can’t be rehabilitated as long as Putin and his evil lackeys stay 2 Now that the Russian war machine is …

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Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department under investigation for ‘law enforcement gang’ activity

A “gang” scandal within the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department prompts the city’s inspector general to press for a further investigation. Groups within law enforcement are accused of discrimination, while Chief Sheriff Alex Villanueva denounces it as an effort by progressives to smear his agency. Journalist Cerise Castle responded to the …

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Michael A. Burnell, 61, of Marlborough

Marlborough – Michael A. Burnell, 61, of Marlborough died on Saturday March 19, 2022 surrounded by his family after a heroic battle with cancer. He was the husband of the late Lisa M. (Adams) Burnell, who died in 2007. He leaves behind his sons, Michael J. Burnell and his wife …

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Southerners stand with Ukrainians for peace and justice | Letters to the Editor

Southsiders for Peace was founded in 2003 to condemn the US invasion and occupation of Iraq, and now we condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people. We offer our deep concern and sympathy to the people of Ukraine who are suffering the upheaval, …

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Community Voices: A Democratic World | Voice of the community

The definition of insanity that makes sense to me is when you repeat the same thing and expect a different result. (Albert Einstein) History records many failures in attempts to make a country and its citizens clones of ourselves. This bankrupt policy that I call the “snake solution” suggests that …

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Hamilton encampment enforcement motion sparks over 45 delegation requests

By Nathan Sager Published on March 21, 2022 at 10:13 p.m. Hamilton residents have signed up to weigh in on a councilman’s motion to toughen enforcement of the bylaw that covers the dismantling of homeless encampments. District 2 Com. Jason Farr introduces a motion at the planning committee meeting on …

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SHE SPEAKS OF PEACE: Justice for the disappeared

QUEZON CITY (MindaNews/March 20) – In 2004, Thai lawyer and human rights activist Somchai Neelapaijit disappeared. Last seen being dragged from his car by four men, Somchai left behind a grieving wife and five children. Thus began the journey of his wife, Angkhana, from a happy wife and mother to …

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Community calendar | Local News | heraldpalladium.com

Current events Through March 26: Artists of Tomorrow exhibit on display, South Haven Center for the Arts, 600 Phoenix St., South Haven. The exhibition features works by elementary school students from elementary schools in the South Haven, Bangor and Covert area. March 21 – South Haven Kiwanis Club meeting: noon, …

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Six Arrested as Calgary Police Step Up Enforcement During Beltline Protests

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Publication date : March 19, 2022 • 1 day ago • 4 minute read • 216 comments Anti-warrant protesters gather in Central Memorial Park on Saturday, March 19, 2022. Protesters then marched on the sidewalks to City Hall. Gavin Young/Postmedia Content of the article Calgary …

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Hamilton councilor calls for tougher encampment enforcement

By Nathan Sager Published on March 18, 2022 at 10:04 p.m. Homeless people living in tents have become commonplace in Hamilton in 2020. City Council voted on August 9 this year to reinstate its pre-pandemic enforcement of a camping bylaw. (InTheHammer file photo) A downtown Hamilton councilor proposes increasing local …

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New UTSA Chief of Police to Focus on Partnerships and Community | UTSA today | UTSA

As Chief of Police, Schoenborn will focus on expanding community and university police partnerships through a wide range of programs and outreach initiatives focused on improving accountability, accessibility and visibility on campus. “My goal is to introduce exciting new strategies that promote safety and a sense of belonging on campus,” …

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ASX rises on mining and energy stocks, Qube dodges ACCC enforcement action as Star plunges

Australian shares edged higher in afternoon trading, tracking gains on Wall Street as investors scrutinized the US Federal Reserve’s path for interest rate hikes, while closely watching the Russian-Ukrainian peace talks. Key points: The ASX 200 hit a one-month high on Thursday, gaining 1.1pc Wall St indices continued to climb …

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36 children have a role in ‘Jungle Book’ | Community

Public performances of Disney’s “The Jungle Book KIDS” will be held at Clark Wood Elementary School Auditorium at 110 Addison Hill Road in Elkland at 7 p.m. this Friday and Saturday, March 18 and 19. Entry to the gate is chargeable. you can. The show’s beloved characters are played by …

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Peace education program transforms inmates

the herald Precious Manomano Herald Reporter Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) has so far trained 600 inmates, including death row inmates, and 150 officers in a peace education programme. The program offers psychological support, moral regeneration and reduction of violence. The program aims to train both inmates and staff …

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Army vet and former law enforcement officer help Bismarck officer protect himself from attack

An army veteran and former law enforcement officer sprang into action on Monday morning when a Bismarck police officer was attacked at the airport. At around 11 a.m. Monday, an officer was asked to check on a man at the airport, according to Bismarck police. They say the man, Christopher …

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Central Coast Law Enforcement Must List Military Style Gear

Central Coast and state law enforcement agencies are now required to list their military-grade equipment and make this information publicly available. Assembly Bill 841 monitors and controls this equipment and the governor signed the bill into law last September. The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office hosted a community zoom meeting …

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Jacksonville community to hold ‘Prayer and Peace’ vigil for Ukraine

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – Members of the Jacksonville community gather Monday to hold a “Prayer and Peace” vigil. The vigil “to condemn Russia’s brutal aggression and to support our Ukrainian neighbors” will be held at 6:30 p.m. at Henry J. Klutho Park. Reverend Anatoly Kadaev, pastor of the First Ukrainian Russian …

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War on drugs, counter-insurgency? Sara Duterte wants ‘strengthened’ law enforcement

The land is part of Sara Duterte’s biggest promise to continue her father’s programs MANILA, Philippines — Vice-presidential candidate Davao Mayor Sara Duterte wants to “strengthen” law enforcement in the country as she has promised to “continue reforms” of her administration. father during a campaign speech on Saturday March 12. …

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Enugu community praises Ugwuanyi for peace and development initiatives – The Sun Nigeria

the Residents of Nenwe in Aninri Local Government Area of ​​Enugu State yesterday passed a vote of confidence in Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for his uncommon leadership style, his development strides in the State, its peaceful disposition, its security interventions, its political empowerments and its educational institutions in the community. as …

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AC Law Enforcement Academy Releases 124th Class

The Panhandle Regional Law Enforcement Academy (PRLEA) at Amarillo College graduated 20 people Thursday night at Oasis Southwest Baptist Church. Graduation for the 124th class, according to faculty program coordinator Tyler Smith, was a 100% pass rate on the first attempt for the Texas Commission on Application’s state licensing exams. …

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The family of a man found dead in a well demands justice from the community

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – Community members have raised nearly $10,000 to cover funeral expenses for the man whose body was found Monday 200 feet from the town’s water well. Law enforcement is still trying to figure out how the body of 26-year-old Jerome Crystian fell into a water pipe just …

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Everyone stops. Stopped. | Community

Note from Nancy: This column is adapted from the one I wrote in 2017, which was adapted from the one I wrote in 2008. I think it needs to be repeated in 2022. Dear everyone, Stopped. Breathe. To move back. Relax. Stop killing other people with your guns and your …

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President Herzog and First Lady Meet with Turkish Jewish Community in Istanbul | The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com | Jewish Press News Bureau | 7 Adar II 5782 – March 10, 2022

Photo credit: Haim Zach (GPO) President Isaac Herzog and First Lady Michal Herzog visited the Neve Shalom Synagogue in Istanbul on March 10, 2022. President Isaac Herzog and First Lady Michal Herzog visited the Neve Shalom Synagogue in Istanbul this morning and met with representatives of the Turkish Jewish community. …

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Government signs crime bill and vetoes restrictions on law enforcement recruitment funding under community policing model

Published on March 9, 2022 at 5:02 p.m., Last update on March 10, 2022 at 10:39 a.m. UPDATE: This story and headline have been updated to include clarification on the governor’s veto of restrictions on legislation to recruit and retain law enforcement officers. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday signed …

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Law Enforcement Reports for March 9 | Local News

Meridian Police Department The Meridian Police Department reported the following arrests between 6 a.m. Friday and 6 a.m. Wednesday. • Possession of marijuana in a vehicle – Cadarious Jennings, born in 2002, 906 27th Ave., Meridian. • Disorderly Conduct – Johnny L. Irby, born 1983, 2200 9th Ave., Meridian. Irby …

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Voyager encampment under investigation for execution of planning

A traveler camp permitted to remain in the former car park of the historic Raven Inn pub in Glazebury is currently under planning enforcement investigation. Apart from a brief departure around February 8/9, the four-vehicle camp has been in the parking lot since January 20. Although the owners of the …

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Triangle community holds vigil to advocate for peace in Ukraine

Nearly 80-year-old Vicki Ryder stood on the sidewalk of Peace and Justice Square on Franklin Street on Sunday, waving a sign calling for peace in Ukraine. Dozens of other people carrying signs surrounded her in the square. Ryder, whose grandparents are Ukrainians, said she has seen war and Ukraine’s participation …

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From the whiteboard to the big screen – filming peace education in the classroom

Peace education helps students feel part of the school community. “At first I was really skeptical, 6 and 7 year olds were talking about peace? I thought no, it wouldn’t work. But within a few weeks of doing Peacemaker Circles regularly, I saw the difference.” – Samantha Duda Spencer, …

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Law Enforcement Reports March 3-6, 2022 | News

Here’s a look at the arrests reported by the Cullman Police Department on Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 3/4 Domestic Violence: Katelynn M. McCown, 28, of Cullman, arrested on Main Avenue SW. Public intoxication: Todd A. Woodruff, 27, of Albertville, arrested 2nd Avenue SW. 3/5 Driving under the influence; endangering the …

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Emirates News Agency – UAE women supporting country’s development as a global community: Afra Al Hameli

ABU DHABI, 8th March, 2022 (WAM) — Afra Al Hameli, Deputy Director of Strategic Communications Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC), has said that since the founding of the nation 50 years ago, the United Arab Emirates has championed gender parity in all efforts to …

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EU president to discuss new sanctions package with Italian prime minister

Amid the escalating war in Ukraine, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen met Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi on Monday to discuss the new sanctions package they are working on. In a statement, in view of the “recklessness” of the Kremlin, Leyen informed that the European Commission and Italy …

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Angelina Jolie helps refugees in Yemen | Community

The country 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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NIPR recommends enforcement of Anti-Corruption Act to reduce level of crime and youth unrest

It was recommended that the enforcement of anti-corruption laws along with adequate punishment for the culprits will undoubtedly reduce the level of crime and youth unrest in society. Government at all levels should urgently resuscitate struggling industries to engage young people in useful ventures, while laws should be revised to …

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How the Catholic Church can better serve the black community this Lent

Protesters gather next to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial for the August 28, 2020 “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks” march on Washington 2020 in support of racial justice. (CNS/Reuters/Erin Scott) Three years ago, I converted to Catholicism during the Easter Vigil. I attended Mass for the first time …

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Time Travel: A History of Law Enforcement in Dundalk

We have celebrated various events related to the birth of our nation over the past six years, but the one that has been barely mentioned and which has greatly affected Dundalk over the past 100 years is fast approaching.It’s the arrival of the Civic Guards in Dundalk on November 1, …

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Ukraine crisis hits Wayne State community: Where you can donate medical supplies and more – School of Medicine News

Members of the Wayne State University School of Medicine community who wish to support Ukrainian citizens by donating medical supplies can do so through the Ukrainian American Michigan Crisis Response Committeean informal association of organizations and individuals formed in response to the escalating crisis inflicted by the Russian invasion of …

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GA Proposed Bill SB 403: Law Enforcement, Behavioral Health

The legislation would offer officers the option of working with a virtual or in-person behavioral health specialist during a mental health crisis. ATLANTA — The Georgia Senate on Thursday introduced a bill that would give local law enforcement the ability to partner with behavioral health specialists to help officers respond …

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Chronicle: Peace, justice in Ukraine | Columnists

Russia went to war against the Ukrainian government last week. Seeking territorial gains, Vladimir Putin has shown what he has always been; a tyrant of gigantic proportions. Europe has not seen such a buildup since World War II. It was 84 years ago when Europe’s great leaders appeased Nazi Germany …

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Lincoln Community Garden is accepting new gardeners for the 2022 season | News

LINCOLN — With temperatures in the 20s, it’s hard to imagine spring is just around the corner, but Lincoln Community Garden is gearing up for another season. There are a handful of spots open in the garden as this growing season approaches, thanks to a series of recent changes. Some …

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Bradford West Gwillimbury wants to tighten traffic control

Council approved framework that would use automated cameras to capture traffic violations The town of Bradford West Gwillimbury wants to hit speeders where it hurts: their wallets. At its Tuesday evening meeting, the Council approved a resolution supporting a proposed regulatory framework for administrative monetary penalties (AMPs) for vehicle offenses …

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Residents of Fairview Park can have their voices heard by city officials at Community Open House: A Place in the Sun

FAIRVIEW PARK – Fairview Park Mayor Patrick Cooney said residents are invited to attend the first community open house scheduled for March 30. There will be two sessions: 1-2:30 p.m. and 6-7:30 p.m. at the Fairview Park Senior Center, 20769 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, behind City Hall. Members of the …

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Green Mountain Falls Provost warns of new reporting requirements for law enforcement | Mail from Pikes Peak

Green Mountain Falls Marshal Virgil Hodges last month issued a warning about legislation that will add time and cost to every Colorado law enforcement agency. Hodges, who is retiring in April, warned Mayor Jane Newberry and the city’s board of directors to be aware of the new reporting requirements that …

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SYRIA. The use of chemical weapons ‘withers’ the conscience of the international community |

“Any use of chemical weapons is unacceptable and the lack of accountability for past use of such weapons remains a blight on the conscience of the international community,” said High Representative Izumi Nakamitsu. Updates from the OPCW She updated the Ambassadors on the activities of the Office for Disarmament Affairs …

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The Future of ESGTech: Goal 16

Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, ensure access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels. This is an excerpt from Finextra’s The Future of ESGTech 2022 report. Priority target 16.4: By 2030, significantly reduce illicit financial and arms flows, strengthen the …

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How has Trayvon Martin’s death affected police-community relations in Sanford? – Central Florida News – Social Justice

Georgetown, like Goldsboro, is a historically black neighborhood in Sanford. In the 10 years since Trayvon Martin’s death, the police department has worked to improve police-community relations. Photo: Allegra Montesano, WMFE News SANFORD — A decade ago, the Sanford Police Department drew protests from members of the city’s black communities …

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SANDF will support law enforcement

Defense and Veterans Affairs Minister Thandi Modise said the South African National Defense Force (SANDF) stands ready to provide law enforcement support to help maintain stability in the country. “SANDF will continue to be on high alert to protect all national key points, as well as the economic corridors …

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FoodCorps members plant seeds for community health in Van Buren

Tiffany Knight may be a first-time gardener, but the seeds she plants in Van Buren will be harvested for generations to come. Knight is a member of the FoodCorps service at James Tate Elementary and Oliver Springs Elementary, alongside Rebecca Christie, who serves at King Elementary and Central Elementary in …

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Modesto community worries about Ukrainian sister city

MODESTO, Calif. (KTXL) — City leaders in Modesto have said they are concerned for their sister city in Ukraine as the country’s conflict with Russia continues to escalate. “It’s about exchanging cultures and understanding each other,” said Modesto Sister Cities International President Catherine Girard. Separated by more than 10,000 kilometers, …

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The Law Enforcement Branch’s case against Nawab Malik couldn’t be more fragile

The “fight back”, the word used by Raut, against bullying by central agencies appears to have started with Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao calling on his Maharashtra counterpart, Uddhav Thackeray. In an unqualified message later, Rao said that if the BJP did not stop its policy of misusing central …

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Accidents kill law enforcement officers in Florida and California

Two crashes – one in a helicopter and the other in a collision with a car – have killed two law enforcement officers in Florida and California. The two officers joined 49 other law enforcement personnel killed in the line of duty across the country so far in 2022, according …

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The City signs an agreement with the special sectors for the application of the by-laws

Breadcrumb Links News Local News The City of Hanna and Special Zones have developed a plan to have services provided by Special Zone Peace Officers on a contract basis. Photo of special areas jpg, HA Content of the article Adrian Mohl retired in December 2021, leaving a hole in the …

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Incorporate peace education into social studies, Don tells policymakers

The Acting Provost of Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin, Dr. Ahmed Jimoh Ayinla has called for the incorporation of peace education into the social studies curriculum taught in secondary schools. Peace education, he said, is an uncharted field of research and a tool to solve the myriad problems that …

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Annapolis leaders seek community help after shooting paralyzed 15-year-old boy – CBS Baltimore

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — A day after a shooting in Annapolis injured three children, including a 15-year-old boy who was paralyzed, city officials and church leaders called on the public Tuesday to share what they know. It was the first of three shootings reported in the city in 24 hours, …

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Ridley-area Catholic churches announce Lenten round – Delco Times

RIDLEY TOWNSHIP – Catholic churches in the Ridley area recently announced the Lenten March series. All are welcome to come to the five churches in and around Ridley Township, bring a friend or two and enjoy the program. The series is called “The Sacraments” and will run for five consecutive …

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How this free hiring tool aims to elevate the law enforcement industry

Sponsored by Guardian Alliance Technologies By Courtney Levin, Police1 BrandFocus Staff Very few, if any, of the daily tasks of a cop can be described as “easy”. Not only has it become increasingly difficult to enforce the law safely among the general public, but administrative tasks are sometimes hampered by …

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Lone Star College Launches Law Enforcement Academy

Business By Bill Van Rysdam | February 21, 2022 HOUSTON, TX — Lone Star College offers students the opportunity to become licensed Texas police officers through the LSC Law Enforcement Academy. The new program provides the skills and competencies that will equip the student for a career as a law …

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Building a community of destiny to face global challenges

BEIJING, Feb. 20 (Xinhua) — A pandemic like COVID-19 could reveal how humanity would respond to a global challenge. Over the past two years, some countries have taken care of themselves at the expense of others, some have thrown mud and shifted blame, and others have engaged in bullying and …

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Live Updates: Latest on the community outbreak of COVID-19, protest in Parliament – Monday 21 February

9:08 – Northern Region Health Coordination Center Operations Manager Matt Hannant told AM on Monday that demand was very high for opening day testing of Aucklanders having access to rapid testing for antigen (RAT). On Sunday, the Department of Health announced that Aucklanders who meet certain requirements will be offered …

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