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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486 incidents of violence against the Christian community in 2021, according to United Christian Front | Latest India News

The United Christian Front (UCF) said on Friday that 2021 was the “most violent” year for Christians in India, as 486 incidents of violence against the community were recorded in the country. “The national slogan of ‘Sab Ka Saath, Sab Ka Vikas’ has turned out to be a hollow and …

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City law enforcement and emergency services prepare for New Year’s Eve celebrations

The recent announcement that there will no longer be a curfew restriction at midnight on New Years Day has seen many Capetonians come together to plan their celebrations, which will lead to an increase in the number of visitors to public spaces. and places of celebration. Cape Town Police and …

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Community safety, crime reduction LPS priorities for 2022

By Alejandra Pulido-Guzman – Lethbridge Herald on December 30, 2021. Herald photo by Alejandra Pulido-Guzman Chief Shahin Mehdizadeh says the past year has provided the Lethbridge Police Service with an opportunity for reflection and a chance to chart a course to a better future. LETHBRIDGE HERALDapulido@lethbridgeherald.com For the Lethbridge Police …

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Fireworks on sale; Heights Police Strengthen Law Enforcement | Local news

The Harker Heights Police Department will be stepping up its actions this New Years Eve. There will be ongoing observations for dangerous driving or impaired drivers, as well as any breach of public order or threats to safety and public life. order from our community, including the illegal use of …

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Rise in the death rate of law enforcement agencies [Opinion]

We need to support our law enforcement professionals. [Opinion] The United States has seen an increased rate of fatalities in the line of duty by federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. Frankly, they were executions! The Federal Bureau of Investigation reported that 59 law enforcement professionals were killed while …

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LC Regional Law Enforcement Academy Class B-21 honored

The mission of the Laredo College Regional Law Enforcement Academy is to provide its cadets with the highest quality law enforcement education and to ensure that the standards and requirements of the Texas Law Enforcement Commission law are met or exceeded, regardless of the circumstances. Courtesy of Laredo College The …

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ADOT, DPS Partner to Strengthen Enforcement at Arizona Points of Entry

PHOENIX – Two Arizona agencies are teaming up to streamline and improve enforcement of commercial vehicle laws at points of entry at interstate and international borders. The Arizona Department of Transportation and Arizona Department of Public Safety partnership anticipates that 89 sworn ADOT officers and 49 non-sworn officers will be …

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Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey wishes the local community a Merry Christmas

Message from Sheriff Wayne Ivey On behalf of the 1,700 proud men and women of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Susan, Junny and I wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas! (Image BCSO) BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On behalf of the 1,700 proud men and women of the …

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Voices from the community: When Calvary arrives at Christmas | Community voice

On Friday, December 25, 1863, world-renowned literary critic and celebrated poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote a poignant poem seeking to capture the dynamic and dissonance in his own heart and in the world he observed around him that day of Christmas. The poem “Christmas Bells” would soon become a song …

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Canadian law enforcement official receives international human rights award

Superintendent (Ret’d) Ricky Veerappan of York Regional Police, Ontario, Canada, believes policing should be done through a human rights lens. He received the Youth for Human Rights International Award for his work in making human rights a reality Setting the standard for police-community partnerships: police through a human rights lens. …

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Thank You: Ko’asek Community Holds Traditional Fire Ceremony | Community

CLAREMONT – Members of the traditional Ko’asek (Co’wasuck) band of the sovereign Abenaki nation held their first winter solstice celebration in Claremont on Tuesday evening, with a traditional fire ceremony to welcome the heat and light of the sun as a community. The 430-member Ko’asek received the land last year …

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FCT CP orders arrest, full car chase, speed racing in contravention of ban – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Commissioner CP Babaji Sunday ordered all FCT Divisional Police Officers (DPOs) and their Supervision Zone Commanders to ensure the ban is fully enforced of all kinds of car and speed racing. in their respective area of ​​responsibility (AoR). Police public relations officer (PPRO) for the …

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The treatment of journalists by the police should send shivers down your spine

Earlier this month, Maria Ressa of the Philippines and Dmitri A. Muratov of Russia became the first working journalists to receive the award. Nobel Prize of Peace from german Carl von Ossietzky in 1936. In their acceptance speeches, Ressa and Muratov highlighted the critical and symbiotic role that a free …

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Nigerian and two other African activists win Peace, Justice and Human Rights award

December 23 (THEWILL) – Nigerian activist Wilson Atumeyi along with two other Africans have been recognized for promoting peace, justice and human rights across the continent. The award from Africans Rising, a pan-African movement, was in recognition of their selfless contributions to the achievement of democracy, justice, human rights and …

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Indie Studios brings creative community to booming Armour-Ottley neighborhood in Buckhead

In a soundproof room of a former warehouse in Buckhead’s booming Armor-Ottley business district, a man in a sensor-covered jumpsuit performs martial arts-style moves, pulling the invisible strings of a virtual reality character on a computer nearby. His name is Sam Raiffeisen, and for him, it’s just another day at …

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Forestry community said they don’t have to choose FDA as arbiter – FrontPageAfrica

Gbarnga – Lawyers for the just concluded three-day Annual General Assembly (AG) meeting of the National Union of Community Forest Management Bodies (NUCFMB) in Gbarnga, Bong County, told the community representatives that they had no obligation to select the Forestry Development Authority (FDA) or any of its officials as arbiter …

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Regional Law Enforcement Academy B-21 class honored

The B-21 class of the Laredo College Regional Law Enforcement Academy was honored on December 17 for completing their intense training. Courtesy Image – Advertising – Texas border affairs The B-21 class of the Laredo College Regional Law Enforcement Academy was honored on December 17 for completing their intense training. …

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The importance of your year-end insurance report

Nancy J. Hite, CFP, Trustee and Author, The Retirement Mirage You have a physical exam at least once a year to make sure you’re in good physical shape. You should also take a life insurance checkup once a year to make sure your coverage gives you and your family all …

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Arrests of Bexar County law enforcement officers increase 20% in 2021

Read more stories from 2021 here. Twenty-five peace officers from Bexar County’s two largest law enforcement agencies were arrested in 2021, marking an increase from the previous year, according to records compiled by KSAT 12 Defenders. The tally, which includes BCSO deputies and SAPD agents arrested out of duty or …

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Filipino community leaders tell Maria Ressa: “You are not alone”

“Ressa, Ressa,” di ka nag-iisa “, sing Filipinos from all walks of life in Oslo as posted byThe Oslo office The following photo report originally appeared in The Oslo Desk. Photo by Ka Man Mak Filipino journalist and co-winner of the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize, Maria Ressa, met leaders of …

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Pushing for peace education – Solomon Star News

The GOVERNMENT through the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development (MEHRD) is planning to review the curriculum with emphasis on teaching peace education in our schools. Education Minister Lanelle Tanagada highlighted this in parliament during her recent contribution to the motion sine die. She stressed the importance of peace …

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VC Law Enforcement Academy graduates honored at ceremony | Higher Education

Thirteen Law Enforcement Academy cadets who graduated from the 99th Basic Peace Officer Certification Class at Victoria College were honored in a graduation ceremony Dec. 6 at the Conference & Education Center at the complex emerging technology from VC. Johnny Amador of Victoria has been named valedictorian. Roman Mancias of …

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Shop With a Cop helps bridge the gap between police and community

Routt County Sheriff’s Deputy John Daschle alongside Jaxon Shoemaker as they attend the annual Shop With a Cop event on Saturday, December 18, 2021. l Alison Berg / Steamboat Pilot & Today Jaxon Shoemaker’s smile beamed as he sorted through his Tech Deck finger-sized scooter, Nerf gun, box of Pringles, …

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Law enforcement officials discuss goals and statistics with local Rotarians

Local law enforcement officials – Fire Chief Ruben Brown and Police Chief Marcus Turner – were guest speakers at the Greenville Rotary Club’s regular meeting on Thursday. Rotarians first heard from Brown because he chose to “warm up” the audience for his counterpart. The former U.S. Navy serviceman highlighted some …

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Reservists step up defense of Sulu community against ASG

RESERVE FORCE. Three hundred members of the Tausug tribe are completing a 45-day Basic Citizen Military Training Thursday, December 16, 2021 in Jolo, Sulu. They will strengthen the community security force against the Abu Sayyaf group and become ambassadors for peace. (Photo courtesy of JTF – Sulu) CITY OF ZAMBOANGA …

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Voices from the Community: Building Relationships with the Poor to Fight Crime | Community voice

In response to the recent article that highlighted the efforts of the Kern County Sheriff’s Office to reduce crimes against people, I would like to point out that in 1994, researchers at the National Institute of Justice Policy Center in Washington, DC , defined vandalism as including “graffiti, dumping of …

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South African law enforcement on alert for the end of year celebrations: minister

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA – JUNE 04: Members of the South African Police Service (SAPS) and Johannesburg Metro Police Service (JMPD) monitor compliance with lockdown Level 3 regulations on June 04, 2020 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The operation was led by Captain Mafalo of Johannesburg Central SAPS. (Photo by Sharon Seretlo …

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PM Lee thanks the international community for their contributions to the country, Parenting & Education News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Singapore’s international community has stood by Singaporeans during the difficult days of the Covid-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said. And for the international community, the pandemic has been particularly hard due to travel restrictions and separation from their families, he added. Amidst these tensions, economic uncertainties …

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Order to close the Saciston house which has tormented the community

THE violence and anti-social behavior at this County Durham home left frightened neighbors feeling like prisoners in their own homes. Residents of Fynway, Sacriston, have made numerous reports to police, Durham County Council and Karbon Homes about violence and serious anti-social behavior in the home, including flows of visitors using …

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South Georgia Technical College Law Enforcement Academy Class 21-02 graduation took place – Americus Times-Recorder

By Su Ann Bird AMERICA – Class 21-02 of the Law Enforcement Academy of South Georgia Technical College have completed their training and received their Certificates of Completion of Peace Officer Training and Standards (POST) at a small ceremony in the SGTC LEA classroom with instructors, family and friends recently …

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Rising crime in Pilsen sparks reunion among outraged community

CHICAGO – Neighbors seeking solutions to an outbreak of gun violence in Pilsen are pointing fingers at city leaders for help. At Lincoln Methodist Church on the West Side of Chicago on Monday evening, many stood up and sat down to voice their safety concerns amid spikes in crime. “We …

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$ 14 million cocaine seizure at Niagara border crossing is part of CBSA’s enforcement report for 2021

Highlights of the Canada Border Services Agency’s operations and law enforcement for 2021 include a $ 14 million cocaine seizure at a Niagara border crossing. A report released Monday said more than 674 kilograms of narcotics were seized in the agency’s southern Ontario region from Jan. 1 to Oct. 31. …

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Women congressional candidates push for community approach to COVID

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / December 12) – Two candidates vying for a seat in Congress are pushing for a more community-based approach to the pandemic and the gradual decline of a militarized response to an epidemiological problem. Peace and development worker Maria Victoria “Mags” Maglana and anesthesiologist Jean Lindo are …

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SPIRIT OF GIVING: Mindfulness Expert Aims to Promote Community Healing

Breadcrumb Links Local news A mindfulness coach encourages Londoners to come together and find inner peace this holiday season, while making a tangible impact on the city’s indigenous, Muslim and homeless communities. Author of the article: Serena marotta Release date : Dec 11, 2019 2021 • 4 hours ago • …

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As Drug Overdose Deaths Rise, Law Enforcement Carries Life-Saving Drugs | Huntsville

A few months ago, the Huntsville Police began carrying Narcan with them at all times. Since then WAAY 31 has learned about it, they must have administered it at least a dozen times already. The drug is used to reverse the effects of an overdose of narcotics, and its use …

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From the community editorial board: vaccine protests

Last weekend 200 people marched through Boulder County to protest the vaccine needs for indoor settings. Your take? It is absolutely the right of people not to be vaccinated. Everyone should have control of his own body and have a say on what composes. In addition, state and local governments, …

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CBSA Southern Ontario Region: Operational and Enforcement Highlights from 2021

The Southern Ontario Region (SOR) covers the southern part of Ontario, including the cities of Windsor, Sarnia, London, Fort Erie and Niagara Falls, and their surrounding communities. The region currently employs 1,400 people and has seven land borders, two medium-sized airports, three ferry crossings and serves 10 small airports and …

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PHOTOS: Wyoming DWUI suspect flees law enforcement and crashes into roadblock in Pinedale; arrested on several counts

(Sublette County Sheriff’s Office, Facebook) CASPER, Wyo. – The Sublette County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) said Thursday that Pinedale’s wife Mariah Edwards, 28, was arrested on multiple counts after allegedly driving under the influence of an early roadblock Wednesday morning. The incident began when SCSO MPs responded to a medical call …

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Evelyn R. Shaw, 93, of Northborough

Northborough – On December 6, we lost a wonderful woman. Evelyn “Amma” Sawyer died peacefully at her home in Northborough, joining those waiting to greet her. Evelyn grew up in Naugatuck, Connecticut, daughter of James and Philomena (Gagliardi) Mariano. Evelyn spent her 93 years spreading love and joy to all …

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SB 16 Compliance: Expand Public Access to Law Enforcement Personnel Records for 2022 and Beyond | Best Best & Krieger LLP

BB&K to host webinar on SB 16 and agency’s duties to produce police records under the Public Archives Act New police records rules requiring additional disclosures of personnel records will come into effect next year with SB 16, which builds on the SB 1421 benchmark. The new law adds many …

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Bills tabled by Representative Walsh would make changes to law enforcement rules passed last year

19th arrondissement Representative Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, has pre-tabled two bills this week for the next legislative session. In a statement from Walsh, he states that; House Bill 1588, titled “Restore the Power of a Peace Officer to Engage in a Driving Chase where there is a reasonable suspicion that a …

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Newark calls on social workers and community to slow rise in violence

NEWARK, NJ – The violence didn’t start overnight in New Jersey’s largest city. And it’s not going to end overnight, officials say. That was the message from Newark’s Director of Public Safety Brian O’Hara on Tuesday night as he outlined a plan to reduce violence in the city for the …

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Foreign funding line: the Enforcement Department raids 4 PFI sites in Kerala

ED Raid on Four Sites of the Popular Front of India | Photo credit: Times Now Highlights ED raided at least four offices in Kerala linked to PFI in money laundering investigation The central investigative agency investigated PFI’s alleged financial ties to accusations of fueling the anti-CAA protests and riots …

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Workshop looks at peace education in Rwanda

The speed and scale of the Rwandan genocide are difficult to understand. In the space of a hundred days, in 1994, more than 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed, and more than a million lives were lost as a result of the conflict. Many died at the hands of …

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When Chicago won’t invest in black neighborhoods, the community steps in

The Whole Foods saga is perhaps the most revealing and surprising expression of this spirit. In 2013, the grocery chain shocked the city by announcing that it would be opening a store in Englewood, and I covered the story for Chicago’s public radio station, WBEZ. No one had seen it …

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Law Enforcement Reports for December 6 | Local news

Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Department The Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests between 6 a.m. Friday and 6 a.m. Monday. • No driver’s license – Deion Betts, 26, 3117 Savell Dr., Meridian. Betts is also accused of failing to give in to the blue light / siren, disobeying the …

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Reception at the Congress of American Indians of the Kashmiri-Pandit community

New Delhi, December 6 Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora is hosting the private screening of “The Kashmir Files”, a film directed and written by award-winning director Vivek Agnihotri and produced by award-winning actor Pallavi Joshi. The film is based on the Kashmir Pandit genocide and ethnic cleansing. The film portrays the …

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Konyak community decides to abstain from the Hornbill Festival

The community of Konyak in Nagaland has decided to refrain from any further participation in the Hornbill Festival 2021. The decision was taken on December 5 after 13 day laborers were reportedly killed by security forces in the Mon district of Nagaland on December 4. As many as 13 civilians …

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All I Want For Christmas Are Coupons | Community

You are probably familiar with the phrase “Go big or go home.” Well, this Christmas I want to get little – and still enjoy being home. In fact, enjoy it a lot more with less “stuff” lying around in closets, cupboards and crates. Or stuff that I need to sweep …

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City council opposes proposal to remove law enforcement from metro stations

Story by Charlotte Dekle and Alison WangEditors photo by Erin leeStaff photographer City council approved a letter opposing funding for law enforcement in metro stations at its meeting on Wednesday, December 1. The letter follows a recommendation made by the Metro Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) that the larger Los …

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