Monthly Archives: January 2022

Awareness of bullying and its dangers is not enough. Law enforcement must act on the reports.

The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of expanding the conversation about how public policy affects the daily lives of people across our state. Lucca Wang is a professional communicator who worked at the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence. This month is National …

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Community heartbroken as Cork boy killed in locally named alley

The West Cork community has paid tribute to a young boy who was tragically killed after being hit by a car in a driveway. Little Rowan Duster Bennett Lawn was rushed to hospital on Tuesday after the crash in Tralispean, just south of Skibbereen. Rowan was taken to CUH where …

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The Mahatma and the strengthening of non-violence

It’s a painful world. Marked relentlessly, indiscriminately, more and more by the fury of nature, In the name of a virus. Three years of total destruction of lives, resources, jobs and decrepit economic chaos. The world’s great powers and economies are, however, in confrontation mode. Now is not the time …

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Border tragedy: the community mourns its family

Winnipeg’s Gujarati community prayed during an online vigil on Saturday for the Indian family of four who froze to death last week trying to cross the border from Canada into the United States. The dignitaries sent their condolences, while Bhadresh Bhatt led the solemn ceremony. He sang prayers for the …

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Suspects impersonate law enforcement officers to commit robbery – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

The suspects pretended to be law enforcement; two arrested, two still at large According to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, at least four gunmen posing as police attempted to rob an old hemp farm around 1:30 a.m. Friday in the 3600 block of Bellinger Lane outside of Medford. Police said …

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Chinatown community optimistic but ‘very nervous’ as Lunar New Year approaches

This year was meant to mark the triumphant return of Chinatown’s Lunar New Year celebrations after the in-person festivities were canceled in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, the Year of the Tiger – which signifies strength, courage, power and great change – will begin with cautious optimism. “It’s …

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SimplePin’s digital payment platform selected by Coastal Community Insurance Services | Nation/World

PALM BEACH, Fla., Jan. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (“SimplePin”), a leading provider of cloud-based digital payments infrastructure for the insurance industry, has been selected by Coastal Community Insurance Services (2007) Ltd. (CCIS) to automate the payment process and improve the customer experience. CCIS, a subsidiary of Coastal Community Credit …

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Grande Prairie RCMP and County Law Enforcement Services to Host Virtual Town Hall

There will also be a Q&A, which will allow attendees to ask questions via live chat to get answers from presenters during the last 30 minutes of the Zoom meeting. “If someone can’t make the meeting, they’ll have a link to the recording so they can watch it afterwards so …

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Antrim community rallies around family after man dies in workplace incident

A community in Co Antrim is rallying around the family of a man who died after a ‘workplace incident’. John Traynor, from Ballycastle, died following the incident on Knockagh Road in Carrickfergus on Wednesday morning. In a Facebook post, IJ Lynn & Sons Ltd said: “This is the hardest post …

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Navasota community remembers heroism of former fire chief

NAVASOTA, Texas — Tinkerbell the dog is one of the most prized possessions of John LeFlore, a retired attorney and former Grimes County Justice of the Peace. She brings him comfort and love every day. The reason LeFlore has Tinkerbell in her life is due to her longtime friend and …

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Redmond officer who killed woman fired from another law enforcement agency

The Redmond police officer who shot and killed Andrea Churna, a 39-year-old unarmed mother as she tried to surrender to officers in September 2020, had been removed from his position as the county sheriff’s deputy Whatcom on probation 14 months early for poor performance, records show. Daniel Mendoza, 26, struggled …

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Fulton’s Andrew Hyde Completes SUNY Potsdam Law Enforcement Training Institute | Education

POTSDAM – Andrew Hyde of Fulton, a recent graduate of SUNY Potsdam’s Law Enforcement Training Institute. SUNY Potsdam’s Law Enforcement Training Institute offers students the unique opportunity to undergo rigorous pre-employment, state-approved police training as part of their undergraduate program. Cadets celebrated the completion of the program with a ceremony …

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Community Vigil and GoFundMe Campaign in Honor of North Vermilion Student Killed in Shipwreck

A North Vermilion High School senior was killed in a Saturday night crash on US Highway 167 that also killed the driver of the other vehicle. Louisiana State Police Squad I began investigating the two-vehicle crash near Lurby Road in Vermilion Parish around 9:30 p.m. Saturday, according to a statement …

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Community continues to heal as suspect prepares for trial 3 years after massacre

SEBRING, Florida. – Sunday marks three years since the peace and quiet normally found in the city of Sebring was shattered. On January 23, 2019, Zephen Xaver drove into SunTrust Bank along US 27 south of Jackson Lake, opened fire and killed five women inside. Four of the five victims …

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Digitization of historical archives for history and peace education in Timor-Leste – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

In collaboration with Centro Nacional Chega! (CNC) Timor-Leste, UNESCO Jakarta held a kick-off meeting in Dili to launch the joint action to promote history and peace education by preserving historical archives through the “digitalization of Chega! National Center for Conflict Reconciliation and Peacebuilding in Timor-Leste” funded by the Republic of …

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Houthi aggression clearly threatens global community: UAE envoy to UN

United Nations: Terrorist attacks by the Houthi militia not only threaten the lives of UAE citizens, but also the lives of citizens of all UN member states who call the UAE home, said Lana Nusseibeh, Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations. “Today the [UN Security] …

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Police and NSCDC begin enforcing Delta’s anti-grazing law

Published January 22, 2022 The Delta State Police Command, Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps and other sister agencies are committed to enforcing the anti-grazing law in the state. The state governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, had signed the anti-grazing bill and hence inaugurated the delta livestock management committee. Security agencies made …

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Asian destinations | Community | dailyuw.com

Julie Vo Editor’s Note: “Huskies Abroad” is a bi-weekly column exploring UW’s extensive study abroad programs with recommendations on select programs and destinations. Let’s be honest, the UW study abroad the page is overwhelming. You open “List All” and suddenly you have a hundred programs at your disposal. If you’re …

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The United States and its partners call for the application of sanctions against North Korea

The United States and several allies on Thursday issued a joint condemnation of North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launches and called for the full implementation of UN sanctions. “It is extremely important that member states take the necessary steps to implement the sanctions in their jurisdictions or risk giving the …

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FM Szijjártó ahead of UN debate calls on the international community to make it clear that they stand with Israel

The situation in the Middle East is a key issue for Hungary for several reasons, including regional security and waves of migration, Péter Szijjártó, Hungarian Minister for Foreign Affairs, noted in New York on Wednesday. If trends point towards stability, peace and tranquility in the region, new waves of migration …

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Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center graduates 287th basic training class

HUTCHINSON – Twenty-three new law enforcement officers graduated from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC) on Jan. 14 in a ceremony held at KLETC’s Integrity Auditorium. Officer William Butrum of the Baldwin City Police Department was the class president. The speaker for the ceremony was Darrell Atteberry, Chief of …

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“It was the enforcement of illegality” – representatives to investigate IGP and Malami at Magodo estate headquarters

The House of Representatives has decided to investigate Abubakar Malami, Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), and Usman Baba, Inspector General of Police (IGP), over their alleged involvement in the phase two invasion of the domain of Magodo. The resolution follows the passage of a motion of urgent public importance …

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The Woodlands Yoga Studio offers physical, mental and spiritual relief to the community

Sue Brooks, owner of Woodlands Yoga Studio, said she started taking classes at the studio when it opened in 2004 before buying the studio in 2012. (Ally Bolender/Community Impact Newspaper) Sue Brooks, owner of The Woodlands Yoga Studio, has taken classes at the studio since it opened in 2004, and …

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“The enforcement of human rights in Africa linked to AU reforms”

Call for an institutional overhaul of the Union The reforms necessary for the application and respect of human rights in Africa depend on the reforms of the African Union, said the President of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights, Madam Justice Imani Daud Aboud. In her New Year’s …

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Kildare community mourns after sudden death of ‘charming’ Credit Union CEO Mark Bailey

A community in Kildare mourns after the sudden death of its ‘charming’ Credit Union CEO Mark Bailey The Celbridge man died at the private Mater Hospital on January 15. Mark, who was CEO of Celbridge District Credit Union, was described as a “charming gentleman” by those who knew him. The …

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Government of Akwa Ibom. inaugurates scavenger ban and open grazing ban enforcement team

The Akwa Ibom State Government has inaugurated a team to monitor compliance with the ban on scavengers, open grazing and the use of motorbikes in Uyo Metropolis. The state’s government secretary, Dr. Emmanuel Ekuwem, had announced a ban on garbage collectors in the state on January 4 following the deaths …

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Community-level climate resilience strategies

Clouds of fire – image: Jill Siegrist, cc 2.0 In late 2019, the California Community Economic Development Association (CCEDA), in partnership with Climate Resolve and a number of state agencies, began discussions on how to develop and implement adaptation strategies and climate resilience in the daily functions of community organizations …

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Hostages in Texas synagogue safe, kidnapper dead, law enforcement official says

US authorities say Siddiqui is a dangerous terrorist with ties to the 9/11 ringleader. Counter-terrorism groups dubbed her “Lady al-Qaeda”, and US officials once described her as “the most wanted woman in the world”. The US government repeatedly refused to exchange him for American hostages, including journalist James Foley before …

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Mother kills three of her young children, shocking small California community: Police – Crime Online

A mother is accused of killing her three young children and attempting to kill herself in a small farming community in California, KMPH-TV reports. Police say Patricia Ortiz, 31, killed her 8-year-old daughter, Anna Ortiz Lara, and the girl’s two younger siblings, Matteo Ortiz Lara, 5, and Alexa Ortiz Lara, …

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Families of Black Men and Women Killed by Law Enforcement Show Support for Jason Walker’s Family

Friends and family of an unarmed Fayetteville man shot by an off-duty deputy earlier this week were joined Friday by other black families whose loved ones were killed by law enforcement. Followed by the reading of Sam Cooke’s ‘A Change is Gonna Come’, green and blue balloons were released outside …

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Sidney Poitier and me – in Milwaukee and New York

By Richard G. CarterAs a Milwaukee-born black journalist and vintage film enthusiast who kept the notes of all my important interviews, my first exposure to black film actors was, as an inexperienced youth, the sassy 1943 “Stormy Weather.” It featured wonderful singers and dancers in non-threatening roles. I didn’t see …

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Coalition buys former KKK headquarters in Fort Worth to create community arts and healing center

The towering, dilapidated brick building on the north side of Fort Worth was once the Texas headquarters of the Ku Klux Klan, a legacy that Turn 1012 N. Main St. wants to reverse. The coalition of associations bought the former Cave No. 101 auditorium with plans transform it into Fred …

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Katerina D’Agnese from Carmel, NY completes SUNY Potsdam Law Enforcement Training Institute

Katerina D’Agnese of Carmel, NY, recently graduated from SUNY Potsdam Law Enforcement Training Institute. SUNY Potsdam’s Law Enforcement Training Institute offers students the unique opportunity to undergo rigorous pre-employment, state-approved police training as part of their undergraduate program. Cadets celebrated the completion of the program with a ceremony on December …

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State GOP bills seek to restore law enforcement capabilities

Republican lawmakers have already introduced several bills seeking to undo law enforcement restrictions that were removed by Democratic legislation in 2021. TWO BILLS WILL ‘RESTORE’ POLICE PROSECUTION, USE OF FORCE IF NECESSARY Republican House Representative Jim Walsh (Aberdeen) introduced two bills this session, House Bill (HB) 1588 and HB 1589. …

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Bastrop celebrates 33rd annual March for Peace, Justice and Equality on Monday with reduced event

Bastrop will host the 33rd annual March for Peace, Justice and Equality on Monday with stops at places of historical significance to the African American community. Next, the city will host a ceremony celebrating Martin Luther King Jr., his life and work that will be broadcast live for residents to …

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Planting Seeds Int’l Anniversary Event Raises $ 10,000 to Support Community and Educational Efforts in Guatemala

Breadcrumb Links News Local news Planting Seeds International Co-Executive Director Shannon Moyle shares the organization’s history and long-standing relationship with its original founders, Richard and Susan Schmaltz (seated front row pictured) of Pembroke, at the 20th anniversary of the education program started by Richard and Susan in Guatemala. The anniversary …

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$ 187 million in needed improvements to the law enforcement complex

A consultant working with Midland County on a complex law enforcement master plan, including correctional facilities, recommends a range of improvements that could reach up to $ 187 million. Burns Architecture told the Commissioners Tribunal that its recommendations and suggested priorities include that the county build: A new prison in …

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This Detroit coalition hopes to boost efforts with community inquiry

As pastor of City Covenant Church, a small church in the Brightmoor neighborhood of Detroit, Pastor Semmeal Thomas has previously had difficulty mobilizing resources to help his congregation and the community at large. Then, about ten years ago, Thomas started working with an organization called the Brightmoor Alliance. The collaboration …

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Funding for the young people of Newham to carry out community projects

Posted: 8:00 a.m. January 10, 2022 The Newham Council partners with the Recorder to celebrate the Year of the Adolescent until February 2022 – celebrating the achievements of young people and highlighting the services and support available to them. Newham Council’s Year of the Youth helps nine young people carry …

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Hinojosa: Police Appreciation Day

Today across Texas and the United States of America, we celebrate Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. It’s a day to honor the courageous law enforcement officers who serve and protect our communities. For many of us, these are our partners or spouses, sons or daughters, brothers or sisters, or friends. They …

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Following a suicide by the police – Justice officer

Share and defend justice, public order … It has been said that with every death by suicide, at least six other people are affected in one way or another. However, this long-held belief has been called into question, and according to Dr. Julie Cerel and her team at the University …

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Hymn Notes: Peace Be On Earth | Community

It’s a song that I hate to love. What do I mean by that? It’s a song that I love. I grew up with it. I memorized it and sang it with passion. The people in my church loved it. It is a song that uplifts the human spirit. It …

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Arizona Uses $ 7.5 Million In CARES Act Funding For Yuma Law Enforcement Academy

PHOENIX – Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced Thursday that the state is spending $ 7.5 million in federal COVID relief funding to increase skills training for law enforcement. The CARES law money will be used to expand Law Enforcement Training Academy at Arizona Western College, a community college in Yuma. …

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The hockey community mourns the loss of a high school hockey player who died Thursday in Greenwich

On Friday, the hockey community in New Canaan, Greenwich and beyond mourned the loss of St. Luke’s Grade 10 student Teddy Balkind. The 15-year-old died Thursday after sustaining an injury during a JV hockey game at Brunswick School’s Hartong rink in Greenwich. During the game, the teenager fell on the …

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Accidents, crowds and COVID-19: Eagle County law enforcement preaches patience as tensions rise

Four Colorado State Patrol vehicles were struck by uncontrollable drivers on the I-70 mountain corridor this week.Courtesy photo Eagle County law enforcement is asking for patience as peak season, snowy weather, staffing issues and mask return warrants collide, leading to an increase in accidents and more public safety incidents. “Let’s …

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Three dead, houses set on fire as shepherds ransack Ondo community

No less than three people were reportedly killed when gunmen suspected of being Fulani herders on Thursday invaded the community of Molege in the local government area of ​​Ose in Ondo state. The armed men allegedly attacked the community following the residents’ refusal to let the shepherds graze on their …

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Seathorpe Espresso: Southend Council takes enforcement action

A coffee kiosk set up in a front garden without a building permit will have to be removed. Councilors voted 13 to 1 in favor of taking enforcement action against the one-story kiosk at 193 Eastern Esplanade, Southend. Southend’s Development Oversight Committee learned on Wednesday that a retrospective planning request …

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But connect: what it means to be a community

Marie brownhill Game Industry News publishes the best blog posts from people writing about the game industry. Articles here may originally appear on Marie’s blog, Fan Collective Unimatrix 47. “… But to connect” serves as a sort of midseason finale as Discovery will be on hiatus until February 10, and …

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Three local leaders give their thoughts on the coming year | Community | Savannah News, Events, Restaurants, Music

Shirley Sessions Mayor, Town of Tybee Island “The only constant is change… Whether it’s changing from 2021 to 2022 and beyond, the only thing we are sure of is that there will be change. I learned the importance of adapting to this change and making it work in a positive …

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Two senior law enforcement officials retire in Mobile County

The two top elected law enforcement officials in Alabama’s second-largest county have announced their retirement effective next January. Mobile County District Attorney Ashley Rich, 53, and Mobile County Sheriff, Sam Cochran, 67, both said on Monday that they would not run for a four-year term in 2022. Cochran confirmed his …

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Cameroon: Western Region – Community leaders learn about human rights violations

A two-day information and awareness training seminar bringing together village heads, group leaders, leaders of religious groups and young people, organized by an NGO, International League of Women for Peace and Freedom (WILPF -Cameroun) which was held in Mbouda from December 10 to 11 The seminar, which took place in …

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The Duluth Human Resources Expert Perspective: Benefits Matter – For Employees and Community

The truth is, having a meaningful benefit package helps employers stay competitive. In the case of the city, it will help keep our city safe and vibrant. Equally important is the compensation of current employees and potential hires. The city is already struggling to hire police, firefighters and snowplow operators. …

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PRO-9 strengthens law enforcement in the Zamboanga peninsula

BLESSING BEFORE DEPLOYMENT. The chaplain of the Zamboanga Peninsula Regional Police Office (RPO-9) blesses the personnel of the Regional Mobile Force Battalion (RMFB-9) in a departure ceremony on Monday (January 3, 2022) as they will be deployed in various parts of the region. The deployment is part of the PRO-9’s …

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Highlights from border policing note cocaine seizures on Blue Water Bridge

Content of the article The alleged findings of large amounts of cocaine in August at the Blue Water Bridge were part of a recent regional highlights report from the Canada Border Services Agency. Content of the article The report – covering the period January 1 to October 31, 2021 – …

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Faith: What is our biggest challenge? | Community

If you expect this conversation to be about hardships and adversity, you are partly right. We have already discussed this. It is important to know that you have tools available to help you navigate difficult and devastating life circumstances. I hope you will remember the three promises God makes about …

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Crapo: Stand up with Idaho law enforcement | Chroniclers

The Federal Bureau of Investigation reported that violent crime increased 5.6% in the United States in 2020 from 2019. In Idaho in 2020, the FBI found that 3,610 incidents of violent crime were reported. by 107 law enforcement agencies. There are many complex reasons for this unfortunate increase. But one …

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RCEP helps emerging Asia-Pacific community with a shared future

Editor’s Note: Ji Xianbai is an assistant professor at the School of International Studies at Renmin University of China. He is the author of “Mega-regionalism and the geo-economic competition of the great powers”. The article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of CGTN. For a long …

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