John W. Mina, City of Orlando Chief of Police Chief John Mina was born in New York, NY to Michael and Patricia Mina and has two brothers. After moving to New Jersey, he attended St. Michael’s Catholic School and is a graduate of Lenape Valley High School. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Columbia College. Chief Mina has also completed the Southern Police Institute Command Officers Development Course and is a graduate of the 254th Session of the FBI National Academy. After serving in the United States Army for three years in the 82nd Airborne Division as a Military Police Officer, Chief Mina moved to Orlando, FL in 1990 to attend the Police Academy. He has worked many assignments throughout his career at the Orlando Police Department, including the West Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Division (Sex Crimes Unit, Crimes Against Children Unit), Community Policing Division, Training Unit, Drug Enforcement Division, and served as the Staff Director for the Chief of Police. He has also served as the Division Commander of the North Patrol Division and Criminal Investigations Division. The Orlando Police Department (OPD) is responsible for law enforcement within the city limits of Orlando, Florida. OPD currently employs over 700 sworn officers and over 100 civilian employees serving the citizens of Orlando through crime prevention, criminal investigations and apprehension, neighborhood policing, involvement through the schools with young people and overall delivery of police services.
Oakland City Council President Pro Tem Rebecca D. Kaplan (At Large) talks to KTVU about replacing Oakland's police radios and making sure they have enough officers and reliable technology to protect residents. Eric Rasmussen reports.
UPDATE: Kaplan Police Chief Boyd Adams used nearly $7,000 in department funds for himself, State Police allege.
Oakland City Council President Pro Tem Rebecca Kaplan (At Large) proposed prohibiting the city from laying off police officers this week at a meeting of the City Council Committee on Public Safety.
The disturbing case of 51-year-old Pennsylvania man Lee Kaplan, who was charged with sexual assault for holding 12 girls captive in his home, is examined with child protection and national security consultant Francey Hakes. We also look at new details that have emerged in the 20-year-old murder of JonBenét Ramsey, the case of Angelika Graswalk, who is accused of murdering her fiancé during a kayak trip on the Hudson River last year and the acquittal on Thursday of the Baltimore police officer facing the most serious charges in the death of Freddie Gray, in this uncensored episode of Crime Time hosted by Allison Hope Weiner. GUEST BIO: Francey Hakes is a child protection and national security consultant. Former federal prosecutor and first National Coordinator for Child Exploitation Prevention and Interdiction. ADD’L LINKS: http://franceyhakes.wordpress.com/ https://twitter.com/FranceyHakes http://thelip.tv http://thelip.tv/show/crime-time/ Crime Time Full Episodes Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oeuw2bM7neY&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGfIvJXM3emqDXkZ02SXgfgT&index=1 Crime Time Shorts Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TT5zGqkiTEM&index=1&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGeC9DbpSnIvd2i9BHh2dBvv https://www.facebook.com/CrimeTimeWithAllisonHopeWeiner?directed_target_id=0 https://www.facebook.com/thelip.tv EPISODE BREAKDOWN 00:01 Welcoming Francey Hakes back to Crime Time. 02:16 Lee Kaplan’s criminal charges. 04:01 Law enforcement ignores red flags. 07:02 Reporting suspicious characters. 09:36 12 girls found in Lee Kaplan’s home. 10:42 Warning signs to report to law enforcement. 13:05 JonBenét Ramsey murder suspects. 16:05 Cybertips and Gary Howard Oliva’s involvement in JonBenét Ramsey murder. 18:11 Factors that discount sex offenders in child pornography cases. 22:11 Kayak murder case. 23:40 Angelika Graswald’s first, unrecorded interrogation, confession and police testimony. 28:20 Graswald’s second interrogation and denial of murder. 31:04 Freddie Gray prosecution. 33:00 Prosecutorial misconduct. 35:55 Marilyn Mosby’s troubling statements and civil liability. 37:53 Thank you and goodbye.
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A training exercise puts an agent's (Kenan Thompson) ability to distinguish between a threat (Beck Bennett, Leslie Jones, Jon Rudnitsky) and a harmless civilian (Aidy Bryant, Larry David, Vanessa Bayer, Bobby Moynihan) to the test. #SNL #SNL41 Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/
Stanford researchers found racial disparities in how Oakland Police Department officers treated African Americans on routine traffic or pedestrian stops. The researchers suggest 50 measures to improve police-community relations, such as better data collection, bias training, and changing cultures and systems. For more information: http://news.stanford.edu/2016/06/15/stanford-big-data-study-finds-racial-disparities-oakland-calif-police-behavior-offers-solutions/
See how the Ithaca Police work with teenagers to pursue their interests in law enforcement careers
Oakland recently hired famed police chief William Bratton as a consultant in an effort to find a solution to its ongoing problems with its Police Department