Law enforcement and community come together for National Night Out in Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE – National Night Out is a chance for community members to connect with law enforcement and other local resources in a fun, casual environment. The Milwaukee Police Department’s (MPD) District 2 hosted their party on Tuesday. “It gives the community the opportunity to get to know the officers and …

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Loveland man charged with possessing a weapon while under the influence – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland Police Department arrests Thursday • 1:20 a.m. In the 1300 block of North Denver Avenue, a 42-year-old man from Loveland for investigation into impaired driving, single-lane driving refusal, unlawful possession of methamphetamine and possession of paraphernalia. dope. • 10:58 a.m. In the 600 block of Southwest 18th Street, a …

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Bloody Ridge Community A Safe Place-Maetabu – Solomon Star News

THE community of Bloody Ridge is a safe place to live and this is attributed to its establishment of a Community Safety Task Force. The Bloody Ridge Community Safety Task Force operates 24 hours a day to provide community peace and order for residents and is registered with Company Haus. …

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Louisiana State Police Launch Inaugural Accelerated Academy for Certified Law Enforcement Officers

This afternoon, 28 men and women began their careers as Louisiana State Police Troopers in the department’s first accelerated training program for PEACE Officer Standards and Training (POST) certified candidates. Louisiana State Police Cadet Class 101 will be an accelerated 14-week academy comprised of cadets with at least 2 years …

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Netherlands Lions Seek Members and Continue Community Service

Since 1948, the Nederland Lions Club has served the city and communities beyond. Local members provide services to community members, emergency funding and volunteer support when needed. President Ann Marie Morgan spoke about the local club, what Lions do and how members have helped during the COVID-19 pandemic and in …

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Our global community needs us

The sixth principle of unitary universalism is the “purpose of the world community, with peace, liberty and justice for all”. Many would say this is an absurd idea that has almost no chance of happening. But how can you ask for less? How can we legitimately tell ourselves that simply …

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Crotchet postbox phoenix “sends a message” to the community

England’s Lane Crochet Team: Liz Finegold, Catty Hannam, Caroline Chan, Lucy Telfer and Mey Jansen NEIGHBORS in England’s Lane have teamed up to weave their latest arrival into the fabric of the community – a phoenix called Joaquin. Crafty crocheters helped knit the resplendent red bird that sits atop a …

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National Night with Law Enforcement – myMotherLode.com

Columbia State Historic ParkMain Street – ColombiaEvents 38.034924 -120.400856 Date hourDate(s) – 08/02/20226:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. LocationColumbia State Historic Park Categories The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office invites the community to join us for a national night with law enforcement …

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Exclusive: China-Solomon Islands police training boosts friendship and law enforcement capacity after Chinatown losses

A demonstration of joint police training between China and the Solomon Islands on July 1, 2022. Photo: Courtesy of the Chinese Police Liaison Team A public demonstration showcasing Chinese police tactics and techniques was held earlier this month in the Solomon Islands, which showcased the achievements of China-Solomon Islands cooperation …

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Community members furious with San Pedro officials over fatal Peck Park shooting: ‘You did absolutely nothing’

SAN PEDRO, LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Community members gathered at Peck Park in San Pedro on Tuesday, where two people were shot and killed and seven others were injured on Sunday. It comes as new details have emerged that the shooting happened during a baseball game held to promote gang …

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A Russian decree cancels the application of patents in hostile countries

Yes, we will live, Uncle Vanya. Could Anton Chekhov ever have imagined that his literary work would be used to sell hamburgers? In March, a controversial application for an “Uncle Vanya” trademark in relation to “snack bars, cafes, cafeterias, restaurants, bar services, canteens, cooking and home delivery services”, incorporated McDonald’s …

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Peace education against a culture of conflict « Khabarhub

Peace education certainly promotes knowledge, skills and attitudes that help people prevent conflicts, resolve them peacefully or create social conditions conducive to peace, stability and harmony. Non-violence and the fundamental values ​​of social justice are both at the heart of peace education. Non-violence is expressed through values ​​such as respect …

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Students evacuated from Abuja school as bandits strike nearby community

Students at Federal Government College (FCG) Kwali, Abuja have been evacuated from their hostels following an attack on a nearby community. The parents went to school on Monday morning to evacuate their children from the unity college located in the village of Sheda on the always busy Abuja-Lokoja highway. Our …

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Lessons learned: Calgary police say new enforcement efforts on CTrains are underway

Calgary police say they understand people don’t feel safe at CTrains stations and promise a major enforcement effort starting in September, building on their first system-wide blitz this month . For four days before the Stampede, undercover officers tracked drug transactions at stations. Together with undercover officers and Transit peace …

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NCFL Community Welcomes New Bishop of Diocese of St. Augustine

To follow the latest local news, subscribe to our TV20 newsletter HERE and receive news directly to your email every morning. GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) — From priest to pastor to bishop… Erik Pohlmeier is officially serving Catholics in North Central Florida. After his installation as bishop of the Diocese of …

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ASU Police Department Joins Project Promoting Peaceful Law Enforcement

PHOENIX — The Arizona State University Police Department announced Wednesday that it has joined a national program that aims to change the narrative of law enforcement to a more peaceful tone. The Peace Officers Project uses a framework and training to focus police departments on solving problems while enforcing the …

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Success Story: Peace Education for Youth in Cameroon

For many years, Cameroon, located in the center of West Africa with a population of almost 26 million, was considered relatively stable compared to its crisis-stricken neighbours. However, in 2016, protest marches started because many people in the English-speaking part of the country felt oppressed by the French-speaking part and …

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Clavin, Murray — even Hochul — condemn anti-Semitic flyers | Herald Community Newspapers

Rockville Center and Town of Hempstead elected officials are calling for a formal investigation into what they described as anti-Semitic leaflets left on the doorsteps of families living in Rockville Centre. Supervisor Don Clavin, Councilman Anthony D’Esposito and Mayor Francis Murray were also joined by Jewish leaders at a new …

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Highlights of Regional Enforcement Services in the First Quarter 2022 Report

Superintendent and Manager of Regional Law Enforcement Services Stewart Rempel says that’s good news. “What that means is that the big offenses that we would normally come across weren’t there.” Rempel says that typically in their reports there may be more than two pages of larger, notable violations, but there …

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‘Boost Technology’ to Receive Share of $1 Million Mastercard Strive Community Grant to Support Small Businesses in Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa | Economic news

Today, Boost Technology, an e-commerce platform for retailers, was announced as one of eight global winners in the first round of its Strive Community Innovation Fund. Boost Technology, a company working with retail entrepreneurs in Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa, will receive a US$125,000 grant for its work testing a …

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Two Greeley women arrested for robbery and shoplifting – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland Police Department arrests Tuesday • 1:15 pm At East 10th Street and North Cleveland Avenue, a 40-year-old Loveland woman on a misdemeanor non-appearance warrant. Wednesday • 8:24 a.m. In the 1900 block of Cindy Court, a 26-year-old man from Loveland for investigation into false imprisonment and domestic abuse. • …

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SDG Book Club – SDG16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

The International Publishers Association (IPA) is a federation of publishers’ associations around the world. IPA’s core mandate is to promote and defend copyright, support freedom to publish, promote literacy and reading. IPA is an accredited NGO with consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council. IPA supports the SDGs …

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Library supported by community members

BONNERS FERRY – After a meeting of the Boundary County Library Board was canceled “in the interest of public safety”, members of the community descended on the library on Monday to show their support by messages of encouragement and gratitude on nearby sidewalks. The messages covered the sidewalk – from …

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KC area law enforcement escort slain NKC officer Danny Vasquez to funeral home

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Multiple Kansas City-area law enforcement agencies escorted North Kansas City Police Officer Danny Vasquez to a funeral home on Wednesday. Vasquez was shot dead during a traffic check on Tuesday morning. “We escorted North Kansas City Police Department Officer Daniel Vasquez to the funeral home today,” …

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Education for peace and harmony – the forgotten solution

The newly created Giving Hope Foundation will launch a campaign to encourage peacebuilding and social cohesion in schools and workplaces. The move comes as the country commemorates one year since the July unrest, which left horrific memories in the minds of thousands of people in South Africa. Roy Sukdhev, co-founder …

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Texas law enforcement regulatory agency says it has no authority to hold Uvalde officers accountable

“The findings of the House Investigative Committee report are outside the jurisdiction of our agency,” the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, or TCOLE, said in a statement. The licensing agency “generally has the authority to take disciplinary action on a peace officer’s license for violations of our administrative rules or …

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Shabunda: The UN funds a community radio and a women’s center to raise awareness against gender-based violence – Democratic Republic of the Congo

CARINE TOPE With funding of $1,500,000 from the United Nations Secretary-General’s Peacebuilding Fund, a community radio and Women’s House were established in Kigulube, Shabunda territory, South Kivu, as part of the WOSH-Women of Shabunda project. The project was implemented by the Joint Human Rights Office of MONUSCO (UNJHRO), the International …

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Three law enforcement officers cleared in Boulder shooting

The three Boulder County law enforcement officers who fired their guns at a carjacking suspect who displayed a gun during a Boulder chase have been cleared of any wrongdoing by the bureau from the Boulder County District Attorney. Boulder County Sheriff’s Office Cmdr. Josh Bonafede and Deputy Jeff Black and …

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PRRD closes Golata Creek Community Hall indefinitely

The Peace River Regional District is closing Golata Creek Community Hall indefinitely, after a recent engineering assessment found the 64-year-old building is structurally unsafe and has reached the end of its life. Key parts identified as structurally unsafe include the roof and foundation, as well as being prohibitively expensive to …

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The pedagogical file of peace education rewarded with a grand prize

A Peace Education Network teaching pack, designed and produced by Quakers in Britain, has been chosen by teachers for a major award. Teach Peace Pack, photo credit: Quakers in Britain The Quakers, who co-chair the Peace Education Network with Pax Christi, were inspired to create the teaching for peace resource …

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Uvalde school shooting report blames all law enforcement at scene

Leticia Cobarrubia, aunt of shooting victims Jackie Cazares and Annabell Roidriguez, wipes away tears as she listens to the Texas House Investigative Committee release its full report into the shooting at Robb Elementary School, Sunday, July 17, 2022, in Uvalde, Texas . (AP Photo/Eric Gay) The most comprehensive report to …

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Over $30 million allocated to new KY law enforcement training centers and officer stipends | New

Governor Andy Beshear, Twitter RICHMOND, KY — Governor Beshear announced in a statement Friday that more than $30 million in public funds will be allocated to Kentucky projects aimed at improving community and officer safety through training. Andy Beshear “We reaffirm our commitment to the safety of the Kentucky law …

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Baltimore business community seeks solutions to persistent squeegee problem

A young man washes a windshield as motorists wait at a red light on October 23, 2018 in Baltimore. Raclette workers have long been an irritant to downtown business owners, and a deadly showdown last week has only heightened that anxiety. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) After a confrontation between young squeegee …

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In the Galilee, a tiny Circassian community perpetuates its heritage

(July 14, 2022 / Israel21c) Hani Madaji says he dreams in Circassian, prays in Arabic, learns in Hebrew and travels in English. As a Circassian, Madaji, 50, is proud of his people. After retiring as an officer in the Israel Defense Forces, he decided to devote himself to teaching Israelis …

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Over 150 environmental crimes documented in Trinity County cannabis law enforcement operation, says CDFW

[Photos from CDFW]* California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) press release: During the week of June 26, officers from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), Trinity County Sheriff’s Office and Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office worked together to serve 34 search warrants in the areas of Mad River, …

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Kansas: Ex-Officer Loses Law Enforcement Certificate

. Getty Images/iStock photo A former Butler Community College police officer has been stripped of his law enforcement certificate after being accused of lying about pushing a convenience store employee and crashing a police vehicle , according to the records. Alexander Thorpe, 45, of Derby, was fired in January from …

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Executive Director Announcement of Exquisite New Upscale Seniors Living Community

Cardinal Ventures, Inc. is building the 153,000 square foot assisted living and memory care community, along with several dozen independent living cottages on Rahling Road in West small rock. Assisted living and memory care suites are designed for comfort and safety, while providing seniors with a joyful experience every day. …

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Deputy headmaster works on peace education in Durban schools – The Hawk Newspaper

Durban, South Africa — For nearly a year now, Pranesh Jugganath has been reflecting on what he can do to address the violence and anger stemming from economic hardship, high youth unemployment and ongoing social injustice in communities around from Avoca Secondary School, where he works as an assistant principal. …

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Dallas struggles to reconcile landlord concerns in short-term rental market

Several hours of discussion held by Dallas City Council members about how to handle short-term rental properties across the city could soon lead to zoning restrictions and a new registration process. Dallas employees from Planning and Code Compliance Services have shared recommendations with the Dallas City Council regarding short-term rental …

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Law enforcement subdued a suicidal woman on the 101 near Arcata yesterday

Suicidal woman subdued by law enforcement. [Photo provided by a reader] Law enforcement used a beanbag and taser to subdue a woman who allegedly stabbed herself and urged law enforcement to shoot her yesterday afternoon on the 101 freeway in Arcata. According to Arcata Police Sgt. Heidi Groszmann, her department …

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Peace returns to Anambra community after crisis – The Sun Nigeria

Of David Onwuchekwa, Nnewi Peace returned to Ifite-Nteje village in Oyi council of Anambra state after local youths staged a peaceful march from Oyi police station to the village square under the supervision of men of the Nigerian Police led by the Divisional Police Officer in charge of the area. …

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LA Care Community Resource Centers and Blue Shield of California Promise Health Plans Distribute Free Backpacks and School Supplies in July and August | California Blue Shield

LOS ANGELES (July 8, 2022) – LA Care and Blue Shield of California Promise health plans announced today that they will distribute up to 33,000 free backpacks full of school supplies to students in Los Angeles County from kindergarten to college in July and August. This is the third year …

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Cobblestones Made Different: A Cycling Community Comes To Life

You know when you’re on a walk, there’s that moment of perfect fluidity? It’s in an alley in Brunswick that it clicks for me. The bluestone cobbles are wet and jarring, interspersed with deep puddles. You can’t do anything but trust your bike’s course through the middle, hoping you don’t …

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Law enforcement considers neighbor suspect in Dylan Rounds disappearance – Cache Valley Daily

Photos of Dylan Rounds who was last seen near Lucin, Utah. SALT LAKE CITY — Law enforcement has announced a suspect in the disappearance of 19-year-old Dylan Rounds. A man who lived near Rounds is considered a suspect in her disappearance, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Salt Lake …

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Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center graduates 295th basic training class

HUTCHINSON – Twenty-three new law enforcement officers graduated from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC) on July 1 in a ceremony held at the KLETC Integrity Auditorium. Officer Andrew Lee of the Riley County Police Department was the class president. The speaker for the ceremony was Sheriff Russ Thornton …

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Targeted law enforcement operation removes more than 150 violent criminals from Houston-area streets

A press conference was held Wednesday morning to announce the success of Operation North Star, a 30-day, multi-agency operation led by the US Marshal Service to combat violent crime in 10 cities nationwide. “We pursued the worst of the worst to bring some hope and relief to these communities,” said …

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Medical Matters Weekly welcomes Vermont State Parks Chief | Community News

BENNINGTON — Nathan McKeen is Vermont’s state parks superintendent and Medical Matters Weekly’s next guest. Viewers are invited to tune in at noon on Wednesday, July 13 and experience all the wellness and other entertainment opportunities available in the parks system. The show is produced by Southwestern Vermont Health Care …

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EUROPE/RUSSIA – The Catholic community of Moscow: in the face of conflict, pray for peace, hope in God, touch the wounds of the suffering

EUROPE/RUSSIA – The Catholic community of Moscow: in the face of conflict, pray for peace, hope in God, touch the wounds of the suffering Moscow (Agenzia Fid as well as hatred and anger. In this situation of polarization, even co-religionists are sometimes perceived as “enemies”. That is why the zealous …

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UPDATE: Law enforcement apprehend man who escaped from Hamilton Jail | Local News

Ravalli Republic UPDATE: According to the Ravalli County Sheriff’s Office, Clint Gary Nickerson has been apprehended. This story will be updated as new information becomes available. Authorities are looking for a man who escaped early Monday morning in Hamilton. Clint Gary Nickerson, 50, escaped from police custody around 1:40 a.m. …

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Community violence switches: does the concept work?

By Samuel Williams, Jr., Special at AFRO Last week, AFRO introduced the concept of Violence Interrupters in Washington, D.C. Peacekeepers, serving as frontline workers in DC neighborhoods with the highest rates of violence using a public health approach to reduce shootings and homicides. A pilot program launched in 2019 under …

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Akron FOP, State Law Enforcement Release Statement on Jayland Walker Shooting

AKRON, Ohio – Multiple organizations released statements after Akron police released body camera video of the shooting death of Jayland Walker. Akron PFO The Akron FOP said it appreciates the public’s concern for the events that unfolded on June 27. They released the following statement: “This incident is a tragedy …

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High Court Marshal calls for enforcement of anti-picketing laws

RICHMOND, Virginia. — The U.S. Supreme Court Marshal asked officials in Maryland and Virginia to enforce laws she says prohibit picketing outside the homes of judges who live in the two states. “For weeks, large groups of protesters chanting slogans, using megaphones and beating drums have been picketing the judges’ …

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WATCH: The Cocoa Police Department’s ‘Community Talk’ Features Anita Gibson

Cocoa Police PIO Yvonne Martinez Talks With Anita Gibson About Life After Her Son’s Homicide LOOK: In the first episode of the Cocoa Police Department’s “Community Conversation” series, Public Information Officer Yvonne Martinez speaks with Anita Gibson about life after her son’s homicide, how she moves on, her thoughts on …

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Law enforcement honors the memory of slain El Monte officers

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Application measures issued during the Rainbow Gathering

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

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

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

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

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

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Community Spotlight 2022.06.25 – Giant Bombshell

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

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Deadline is approaching to apply for SRSU law enforcement academy

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

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Mayor mends ties with community representative after public row

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

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EIGHT FULL NSCC LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY

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

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Logan community comes together to memorialize victims of helicopter crash

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

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California law enforcement will receive $1,500 pandemic bonuses

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

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

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

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

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

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Ruidoso community remains vigilant under flood watch

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

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Organizing for peace, justice and equality

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

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

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

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WSCC Celebrates 124th Regional Enforcement Course | Local News

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Two Dubois County Pastors Write Letter Against Community Pride Event

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

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China firmly stands with peace and justice on Ukraine issue

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

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Law enforcement reports for June 14 | Local News

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

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No Room: Overwhelmed Animal Shelter | Community

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

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