Duty To Intervene An Officer's Dilemma
You And The Law Podcast
by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
2w ago
What Does the Duty to Intervene Really Mean? When a law enforcement officer uses excessive force or engages in other prohibited conduct, other officers on the scene must stop such action. What Does This Really Mean how are officers protected when they do come forward when they report a fellow officer. However, officers may hesitate to intervene, especially if the other officer is a superior. Failing to intervene can have serious consequences for an officer, including discipline, job loss, civil lawsuits, or criminal charges. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/you ..read more
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Seeing The Threat
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by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
3w ago
The recent officer-involved shooting of an airman Roger Fortson, inside his Flordia apartment. Join the Co-host Chiefs as they discuss whether police officers see a threat before they use deadly force. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/youandthelaw/support ..read more
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How Prepared Are Unprepared Are Small Agencies With Large Crowds
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by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
1M ago
The Dark History of Freaknik and Law Enforcement's Goal to Stop the Party. Freaknik was an annual spring break event in Atlanta, Georgia, from the mid-1980s until the late 1990s. The event began as a small gathering of college students and quickly grew into a massive party that attracted people from all over the country. In 2024 the Freaknik parties are popping back up, In recent months many small rural agencies have been caught off guard when hundreds to as many as a thousand show up where police are outnumbered, In Selma, the mayor suspended the police chief and placed him on administrative ..read more
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Domestic Violence Against Female Musicians
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by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
1M ago
Diddy is just the latest in a long line of musical abusers, footage of rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs assaulting his then-girlfriend Cassandra Ventura in a hotel in 2016. Brings back the horrifying stories between the late Tina Turner and Ike Turner. It's easy how entertainers like “Diddy” and others have forgotten the images in 2009 between Rihanna and Chris Brown The music industry has been criticized for not taking enough action against domestic violence, and some say that the industry has failed Black women survivors. Join the Co-host Chiefs live on Thursday at 6PM CST. As they discuss not only ..read more
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Show Topic: National Police Week
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by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
1M ago
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation that designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Currently, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge on Washington, DC to participate in many planned events that honor those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. This year marks the 36th annual candlelight vigil, this year 282 fallen officers in all were added to the national law enforcement memorial wall. Join the Co-host Chiefs live on Thursday at 6PM CST. As they discuss National Police Week ..read more
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Show Topic: Community Engagement in Policing
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by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
1M ago
Join the Co-host Chiefs live on Thursday at 6PM CST. As they discuss Policing in the United States faces a serious public relations problem. There is a lack of trust between the police and the public resulting in poor police community relations. Law enforcement agencies need to find ways to engage with the communities they serve that show the police service in a positive light and improve relations with the citizens they serve. Therefore, police services should foster community engagement to improve police-community relations. For all of this to work successfully, however, requires a commitme ..read more
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96 Shots reasonable or unreasonable
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by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
1M ago
Join the Co-host Chiefs on Thursday at 6PM CST. As they discuss the recent shooting in Chicago. Where four plainclothes officers in 41 seconds shot 96 rounds. The nearly 100 bullets, killing the 26-year-old, continue to stir up heated debate and question marks over the use of force by law enforcement. After being pulled over on March 21 by plainclothes officers for an alleged seatbelt violation, the Driver refused to comply with the officers, and within seconds the driver fired the first shot, sparking a frantic shootout and injuring one of the officers. Join us as we discuss the necessary and ..read more
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Is Knowing Your Rights Really Enough
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by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
1M ago
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Sex Trafficking How Drugs Play A Role
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by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
1M ago
Join the Co-host Chiefs on Thursday at 6PM CST. With their guests, Helenia C. Valencino, with Aunt -Mom Basic Tribe Foundation along with guest Mashona Jackson. They discuss sex trafficking and how drugs can play a role. Traffickers may exploit individuals' existing opioid use or other SUDs to coerce them into sex trafficking, or they may facilitate substance use to keep trafficking victims from exiting. Additionally, trafficking victims may use substances to cope with trauma. On Saturday, April 6th in Little Rock, Arkansas Aunt -Mom Basic Tribe Foundation will be hosting an event that will ad ..read more
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RECOGNIZING THE FUTURE OF WOMEN IN POLICING
You And The Law Podcast
by Virgil Green and Keith Humphrey
1M ago
oin the Co-host Chiefs on Thursday at 6PM CST. With their guest Chief Sheryl Victorian With the Waco, Texas Police Department. March is Women’s History Month. It’s a time to celebrate women’s contributions to history in policing, Chief Victorian has an amazing career in law enforcement. She is a native Texan and a 29-year law enforcement professional. She was sworn in as the City of Waco’s Chief of Police on March 15, 2021, also serving as the city's first female and the first black female in the history of the city to serve as police chief after serving with the Houston Police Department for ..read more
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