UPDATE: State Police accuse Kaplan Chief of stealing money

UPDATE: State Police accuse Kaplan Chief of stealing money

UPDATE: Kaplan Police Chief Boyd Adams used nearly $7,000 in department funds for himself, State Police allege.

Kaplan swearing in

Kaplan swearing in

The City of Kaplan is welcoming a new mayor and police chief. During a ceremony on Sunday, Mike Kloesel was sworn in as mayor and Joshua Hardy was sworn in as police chief.

KCBS: Kaplan Proposes Ban on Police Layoffs

KCBS: Kaplan Proposes Ban on Police Layoffs

KCBS: Oakland City Council President Pro Tem Rebecca Kaplan has proposed banning the layoff of Oakland police officers. Curtis Kim reports.

Orlando Police Chief John Mina 50 of 50 Interview With Doug Kaplan

Orlando Police Chief John Mina 50 of 50 Interview With Doug Kaplan

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.

Celeste Guap Facebook Page: Oakland Police Mentions, Councilmember Kaplan & Political Friends

Celeste Guap Facebook Page: Oakland Police Mentions, Councilmember Kaplan & Political Friends

Celeste Guap Facebook Page: Oakland Police Mentions, Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan & Political Friends Celeste Guap is a now 19-year old Richmond woman who is the focus of claims that when she was 16, she had sexual relations with three Oakland police officers - one of the men is Brendan O'Brien, who committed suicide last year. This sex scandal (as the media calls it) has opened an internal affairs investigation that started months ago, but was leaked to the media last week. Ms. Guap has revealed a lot via her Facebook page; her Instagram account is marked private. Even then, on Facebook Celeste has a photo of an Oakland police SUV in Richmond after midnight on April 27th 2016, and she states that she got a ride back home from the Oakland police - that late at night? What's particularly interesting is that she has some powerful Facebook friends, and while Ms. Guap and I aren't that, we have 17 friends in common, including and most notably Oakland Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan and Berkeley Councilmember Kriss Worthington. In addition, she has TV personalities Joe Fonzi, Wendi Tekuda, and many political operatives - and that's just among the Facebook friends she and I share. What's a now 19-year-old Richmond woman who's Mom is an Oakland police dispatcher, doing with such connections? Moreover, how did she come to have such relationships? And what did she know about events that led to the passing of Brendan O'Brien? And what, if anything, has she told Oakland Councilmember Kaplan, as the At-Large representative is right there in City Hall and is in the best position to get information from Ms. Guap and give it to her, in turn - of course, this is my speculation. But the connection on social media invites such thoughts. Stay tuned. http://www.zennie62blog.com/2016/05/15/celeste-guap-facebook-page-oakland-police-mentions-councilmember-kaplan-political-friends/ - vlog produced by Zennie Abraham Zennie62 Blog http://www.zennie62blog.com - youtube video A Zennie Abraham YouTube Vlog Zennie62, Oakland's 1st YouTube Partner Channel, covers San Diego Comic Con, NFL Draft, Oakland Raiders, CES Las Vegas, The Academy Awards - CBS SF Bay Area Follow @Zennie62 on Twitter https://twitter.com/zennie62 オークランドの襲撃者 - (Zennie62 YouTube vlog) http://oaklandnewsnow.com/

Police on playback — copwatch in New York City

Police on playback — copwatch in New York City

Stories of police brutality are often told in a way that casts victims as helpless bystanders of cops run amok. We met with Sean Pagan, a recent victim of police violence, and found that his story changes how we think about policing in New York. Sean's story shows that communities are finding new and innovative tactics for dealing with discriminatory policing, beyond waiting for legislative reform. One such tactic is copwatch, in which individuals or teams film police officers in action. But what's the history of the tactic? What are the risks, limitations and impact of filming the police? And how do these videos change the way we understand narratives of police violence? Produced for Waging Nonviolence by the New York Video League. The New York Video League was founded this summer by Nate Lavey, Rachel Tomlinson and Martyna Starosta. Inspired by the Photo League, which was active from the 1930s to 1950s, the New York Video League is a journalism collective that aims to supply news organizations with short, compelling documentary work that explains and contextualizes undertold stories of political and social struggle. http://cargocollective.com/videoleague

KTVU: Kaplan Supports New Radios, Reliable Technology for Oakland Police

KTVU: Kaplan Supports New Radios, Reliable Technology for Oakland Police

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.

Study slams troubled Oakland police department for racial bias

Study slams troubled Oakland police department for racial bias

The Oakland police department’s history of misconduct — particularly involving African-Americans — has made it the subject of federal oversight for 13 years. Wednesday, Stanford researchers released the results of a two-year-long study into the department, confirming that Oakland officers exhibit significant racial biases in their day-to-day work. Special correspondent Jackie Judd reports.

Oakland Agrees To $989,000 Settlement In Police Sex Scandal Case

Oakland Agrees To $989,000 Settlement In Police Sex Scandal Case

A teenage woman at the heart of a sexual misconduct scandal said Wednesday she’s “happy” the Oakland City Council has approved paying nearly $1 million to settle her claim against officers who she alleged had violated her civil rights. Allen Martin reports.

Video of scene in Abbeville where police are serving a warrant

Video of scene in Abbeville where police are serving a warrant

Abbeville Police are assisting the U.S. Marshal Service to serve an arrest warrant.

Top Videa -  loading... Změnit krajinu
Načíst dalších 10 videí
 
 
Sorry, You can't play this video
00:00/00:00
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE