Monthly Archives: September 2022

St. Louis law enforcement plans tougher approach to overdose outbreak | St. Louis Metro News | Saint Louis

Click to enlarge MIKE FITZGERALD U.S. Attorney for Eastern Missouri Sayler Fleming, left, and Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s St. Louis Bureau Michael Davis address a conference on new strategies to stop the outbreak of overdose. A growing epidemic of drug overdose deaths cuts a deep, …

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The Delaware County Peace, Justice and Unity March will take place on October 7

Release: September 30, 2022 The community is invited to participate in the Delaware County Media Peace, Justice and Unity March on October 7, organized by Delaware County Sheriff Jerry Sanders, the Media Borough Police Department and the Second Baptist Church. Members of law enforcement and faith-based organizations across Delaware County …

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Dangote praises the Ibese community for their hospitality

Chairman and Managing Director of Dangote Cement Plc, Alhaji Aliko Dangote praised the people of Ibese in Ogun State for their hospitality and cooperation with the company. He described Ibese as the most peaceful among the communities that host Dangote Cement Plc in Nigeria. Dangote presented the commendation in a …

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Teenager killed in shootout with law enforcement likely unarmed, state AG says

Anthony Graziano’s van sits on the side of Highway 15 in Hesperia, where he and his 15-year-old daughter, Savannah, died in a shootout with law enforcement on Tuesday. (KABC-TV/via Associated Press) Savannah Graziano, the 15-year-old girl killed in a shootout between her father and law enforcement on Tuesday in Hesperia, …

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Shahidan: DBKL enforcers urged to perform their duties well

KUALA LUMPUR: Law Enforcement Officers of Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) have been advised to be cautious and use appropriate but effective methods, as well as involve stakeholders in the implementation implementation of the application. Federal Lands Minister Datuk Seri Dr Shahidan Kassim (pictured) said he was issuing the recall …

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Trespasses, drug-related arrests – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland Police Department arrests Monday • 5:36 a.m. In the 300 block of West 13th Street, a 44-year-old man from Loveland for physical harassment and domestic violence investigation. • 4:33 p.m. In the 1300 block of North Monroe Avenue, a 28-year-old Greeley man for investigation into second-degree criminal trespassing, failure …

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Africa: “World Day of Education for Peace” can play a central role in transforming education

New York — Barely a week ago, the international community commemorated the adoption of the United Nations Declaration and Program of Action on a Culture of Peace, a monumental document that transcends borders, cultures, societies and nations. This inspiring action took place on September 13, 1999, yes 23 years ago. …

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Sanwo-Olu, SGF, Sultan, CAN President charge Nigerians with peace and justice – WorldStage

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu (left) exchanging greetings with Sultan of Sokoto and Co-Chair of NIREC, His Eminence Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar (right) during the third quarter meeting of the Inter-Religious Council of Nigeria (NIREC) on the theme “Working Together for Justice and Peace”, at the Lagos Continental Hotel, Victoria …

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Clayton Community Center wins another award – Peace Arch News

The Clayton Community Center won another design award. The center was recently awarded the “Spaces and Places” award as part of Fast Company’s 2022 Innovation by Design Awards. The community center also received honorable mentions for “Accessible Design” and “Experience Design and Sustainability”. “The innovative and environmentally friendly design of …

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Remarks by the High Representative during the UNITAR event on the theme “Peace, education and dialogue”

Remarks by the High Representative for the Alliance of United Civilizationsat the UNITAR event on ‘Peace, Education and Dialogue’ New York, September 26, 2022 Excellency Mr. Nikhil Seth, Assistant General, Executive Director of UNITARYour Excellency Dr. Shaikh Khalid bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the …

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This election season, vote for the community, not the candidate

Don’t be a victim As a native of Wacoan and someone who has been politically active most of my life, I have felt the ever growing political divide every year. I transferred from Baylor University to George Washington and witnessed everything from Black Lives Matter protests to the January 6 …

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Court of Quorum Approves Allocations for Law Enforcement Officers | New

The Faulkner County Quorum Court approved a $5,000 stipend for all eligible full-time law enforcement officers working for the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office at its regular meeting Tuesday. This allowance comes from Bill 224 of 2022, which was passed in the 2022 fiscal session of the Arkansas Legislature, which provides …

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Teens arrested in murder of Bronx man who was community peacekeeper

Two teenagers were arrested on the street in the Bronx for stabbing the death of a former inmate known in his neighborhood as a peacekeeper. Cops said Prince McMichael, 27, was on a bus bound for Brooklyn on September 16 when he got into a fight with several other passengers. …

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Aisha Buhari advocates inclusion of peace education in African schools – The Sun Nigeria

By Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, ​​New York The First Lady of Nigeria, Aisha Muhammadu Buhari has advocated for the compulsory inclusion of peace education in the basic education curriculum in African schools to promote a culture of peace on the continent. She made the call at an event in New York on …

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UNGA77: Aisha Buhari advocates inclusion of peace education in African schools

1 first lady of NigeriaAisha Muhammadu Buhari advocated for the mandatory inclusion of peace education in the basic curricula of schools in Africa to promote the culture of peace on the continent. 2 Buhari made the call during an event in New York on “The Role of Young Women and …

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Students and Community Members Protest Raytheon Technologies Outside Marcus Hall Engineering Career Fair – Massachusetts Daily Collegian

“Education and making money are two different things.” A small group of community organizers gathered outside Marcus Hall to protest the presence of Raytheon Technologies and other defense companies at the September 21 engineering career fair. The career fair, for all engineering students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, hosts …

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DHS deploys Ford Mustang Mach-E battery-electric vehicle for law enforcement

House ” New ” DHS deploys Ford Mustang Mach-E battery-electric vehicle for law enforcement © DHS With the launch of the Ford Mustang Mach-E this week, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has shaken up the law enforcement industry with a one-of-a-kind electric vehicle (EV). The vehicle, tailored to …

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Community Comes Out and Shows Support for Suicide Prevention | News, Sports, Jobs

BREANNA HANLEY/FOR THE EXPRESS Above, a large group of people are seen at the annual Clinton County Out of the Darkness Community Walk, held at Riverview Park in Lock Haven. LOCK HAVEN — Dozens of Clinton County residents turned out over the weekend to highlight an important issue — suicide …

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Kulwant Sarangal: “The app has its own limitations, the change in behavior must ensure safety on the road and on the highway”

The question of safety on roads and highways has returned to center stage following the death of industrialist Cyrus Mistry in an accident in Palghar district earlier this month. Kulwant Sarangal, the additional director general of police, traffic, and law and order, talks about the steps taken by his department …

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After backlash, Utah sheriffs cancel ex-sheriff’s polarizing speech to law enforcement

It is the second time in recent months that David Clarke has been removed from a speaking engagement following community pushback. FILE – In this Feb. 23, 2017 file photo, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Oxon Hill, Maryland. The Utah Sheriffs …

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Declare WORLD PEACE EDUCATION DAY!

NEW YORK, September 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Prominent International Peace Educators, Advocates, Diplomats and Artists to Gather Online tuesday september 20 ask the United Nations to World Peace Education Day an annual United Nations event. The annual World Peace Education Day highlights the success of peace education in transforming lives …

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Patience is the key to keeping the peace for UTMB officers

At every facility in the University of Texas Medical Branch, UTMB police prevent crime and keep the peace with professional patience that comes with proven strength. It’s a holistic approach to policing that stops problems before they escalate. The UTMB Public Security is part of a multidisciplinary team that helps …

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State Recognized Mesa County Law Enforcement Instructor | Western Colorado

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Ryan and Vance Defend Law Enforcement Support Files | News, Sports, Jobs

While both U.S. Senate candidates from OHIO — Democrat Tim Ryan and Republican JD Vance — say they are staunch supporters of law enforcement, each has made statements that could raise doubts. Vance highlights in television ads on August 26, 2019, the statement Ryan made at Paine College …

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Peace, education, army reforms: Prime Minister Pashinyan presents priorities for the coming years

Peace, education, army reforms: Prime Minister Pashinyan presents priorities for the coming years 2:17 p.m., September 16, 2022 YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 16, ARMENPRESS. Despite all the attacks, Armenia will continue the process of reforms in all directions, including democratic reforms, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said during the Cabinet meeting, adding that …

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Mayoral candidates clash over idea of ​​community foundation

Breadcrumb Links Policy New Local News Matthew Shoemaker says the charity will improve residents’ quality of life, while Robert Peace calls it a ‘slap in the face’ for local charities struggling to raise their own funds. Content of the article Mayoral candidate Robert Peace said his opponent’s idea of ​​creating …

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Strict Police Enforcement of Local Ordinances in the Cordillera Orderly – Manila Bulletin

New / Luzon / Strict police enforcement of local ordinances in the Cordillera has been ordered Strict police enforcement of local ordinances in the Cordillera has been ordered CAMP DANGWA, Benguet – Regional Police Office-Cordillera Director BGen. Mafelino Bazar has asked all the Chiefs of Police (COP) of the various …

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Governor Kemp Reappoints 2 Former Walton County Law Enforcement Officials to State Boards – Your Local News

Walton County, Ga. (September 14, 2022) – Georgia Governor Brian Kemp reappointed two Walton County residents and former law enforcement officials to state boards this summer. Former Monroe Public Safety Director Keith Glass has been reappointed to the Board of Commissioners for the Peace Officers’ Pension and Benefits Fund. Glass …

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Only a clear response from the international community to Azerbaijan’s aggressive actions can prevent a new war, Armenian envoy to OSCE says

Armen Papikyan, Permanent Representative of Armenia to the OSCE, participated in and delivered a speech at the special session of the OSCE Permanent Council convened at Armenia’s initiative. Armen Papikyan drew the attention of the OSCE Permanent Council to the military aggression launched by Azerbaijan on September 13 against the …

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What to Look for in a Mobile Computing Device for Law Enforcement

By Sasha Wang, President of Durabook Americas Whether a law enforcement officer is at the scene of an incident or on patrol, one thing is that they will be in the thick of the action. For some citizens, “protect and serve” is just a cute (or irritating) slogan; for law …

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Fish Hoek Community Policing Forum on high alert as burglaries continue to rise

The Fish Hoek Community Policing Forum (CPF) urges residents to be aware of criminal opportunists in the area as burglaries are on the rise. Jonathan Mills, president of the Fish Hoek CPF, says burglaries occur during the day and early in the morning. “Home burglaries usually happen in the middle …

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Armenia’s Chief of Enforcement Congratulates Artsakh Counterpart on Professional Day

Armenia’s Chief of Enforcement Congratulates Artsakh Counterpart on Professional Day 4:00 PM, September 10, 2022 YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 10, ARMENPRESS. Armenia’s Chief Compulsory Enforcement Officer Sergey Meghryan sent a congratulatory letter to his Artsakh counterpart on the professional day, the Compulsory Enforcement Service said. The letter reads as follows: …

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Street named after a longtime South Philly community activist

Street named after a longtime South Philly community activist A South Philadelphia community activist is honored four years after her death. She was known for her work with at-risk children and for being a pillar of her community. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA – A South Philadelphia community activist is honored four years …

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Law enforcement sends condolences after 2 Cobb County deputies die in ambush – WSB-TV Channel 2

COBB COUNTY, Ga. — Several law enforcement agencies sent their condolences to the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office after two deputies were killed in the line of duty Thursday night. Sheriff Craig D. Owens said the two deputies were serving a warrant when they were ambushed while talking to the suspect. …

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The rock community reacts to the death of Queen Elizabeth II – KSHE 95

Members of the rock community share their thoughts on the passing of Queen Elizabeth IIthe longest-reigning monarch in British history, who died aged 96 on Thursday. Here are some of the reactions: The rolling stones“The Rolling Stones extend their deepest sympathy to the Royal Family on the passing of Her …

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Bonta Releases Critical Race Data for Policymakers and Law Enforcement – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentinel

The Crime in California report provides an overview of the criminal justice system in California. (Shutterstock) One hundred and ten African Americans have died or suffered serious bodily injury in encounters with law enforcement officers in the Golden State during the Last year. Blacks accounted for 16.7% of civilians killed …

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Fountaingate Gardens independent living community is officially fully open to residents

Gurwin Health Care System announced the official opening of The Parkview, the largest residential building in the new Fountain Gardens independent living complex on the 36-acre Commack campus in Gurwin, with delivery of the Certificate of Occupancy on August 16, 2022. The $115 million, 129 luxury apartment Life Plan Community …

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King will perform at NMM Live! Beginning of the series | Community

VERMILLION — Local guitarist T. Wilson King will play iconic Martin guitars once owned by Merle Travis, Johnny Cash and Shawn Colvin to open the NMM Live! concert series. The show will take place at noon on Friday, September 9 at the National Music Museum’s Janet Wanzek Performance Hall on …

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AG Bonta Releases Critical Race Data for Policymakers and Law Enforcement

By McKenzie Jackson | California Black Media (CBM) – One hundred and ten African Americans have died or suffered serious bodily injury in encounters with law enforcement officers in the Golden State over the past year. Black people accounted for 16.7% of civilians killed or seriously injured in incidents involving …

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Capitol Roundup: Governor Wolf announces $185 million to support local law enforcement

Governor Tom Wolf this week announced the availability of $185 million in state funding for two new programs that improve community safety by ensuring adequate resources for local law enforcement and prosecutors’ offices. district. “With adequate resources, our local law enforcement and investigative offices can better protect and serve our …

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Ethiopia urges international community to condemn Tigray rebels – Ambassador

MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik – September 04, 2022) The international community must convince the rebels of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) to accept the terms of the peace treaty agreed with the Ethiopian government and must condemn the recruitment of civilians , including children, by the TPLF, Ethiopian …

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NSCDC and Katsina community establish outpost to tackle insecurity – The Sun Nigeria

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) Katsina Command, in conjunction with residents of the Muhammad Bashar settlement of Katsina, has established an outpost to enhance security in the area. Speaking at the inauguration of the outpost on Saturday, NSCDC State Commander Mr. Muhammad Sanusi described the new outpost …

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Woman reportedly evaded 5 Whatcom law enforcement agencies

A woman walked into the Blaine Police Department and surrendered within two hours after apparently managing to evade five Whatcom County law enforcement agencies. Monica Megan Matheny, 28, was sentenced to Whatcom County Jail on August 26 on suspicion of evading police vehicles and was released later the same day …

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Fort Collins man arrested for meth possession, resisting arrest charges – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland Police Department arrests Thursday • 12:15 p.m. In the 1700 block of Karen Court, a 44-year-old Fort Collins man for investigation into obstructing a peace officer, driving with invalid license plates, resisting arrest, possession of paraphernalia of drug use and unlawful possession of methamphetamine also as on an arrest …

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Constables’ corner: Constables’ duties vary, but evictions top the list | Community orientation

I’m the constable serving all of Ahwatukee as well as parts of Tempe and Guadalupe. I serve Kyrene’s post of justice with Justice of the Peace Sharron Sauls. Constables are elected peace officers who enforce civil/criminal court orders arising from legal action, as well as other courts and government agencies. …

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Law Enforcement Scholarship Program Funds Available – Bemidji Pioneer

The Minnesota Sheriffs Association Board of Directors has established a law enforcement scholarship program fund for up to 20 recipients and $2,000 in scholarships for each recipient, according to a statement from Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch. These scholarships are due to the coordinated efforts of 87 Minnesota Sheriffs. MSA …

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Fundraising by Donald Rowe: Peace Education in Zimbabwe

Hi my name is Don Rowe and me and some Quaker friends have set up Peace works in Zimbabwe to raise money to pay for free conflict resolution training for people of all ages and backgrounds and especially teachers. This free training is provided by Alternatives to Violence Zimbabwe (AVPZ). …

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The Centre-Sud community center becomes the Center Yvon Deschamps

Breadcrumb Links Quebec Local News The Quebec comedy legend has long supported “the principle of accessibility to sports and cultural leisure for all”. Author of the article: Yvon Deschamps, now 87, joined the Centre-Sud Sports and Community Association in 1985 as fundraising campaign chair and remains involved to this day. …

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