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County Supervisors Fund Body-Worn Cameras for Sheriff’s Department

first_imgPublic Safety County Supervisors Fund Body-Worn Cameras for Sheriff’s Department Oversight commission, inspector general want changes to policy STAFF REPORTS/CITY NEWS SERVICE Published on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 | 2:57 pm Herbeauty9 Of The Best Family Friendly Dog BreedsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself Right NowHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyIt Works Great If Weight Loss Is What You’re Looking For!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Of The Most Notorious Female Spies In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Most Influential Women In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyA Dark Side Of Beauty Salons Not Many People Know AboutHerbeautyHerbeauty Examples of different types of body cameras were displayed at a press conference at Los Angeles Sheriff’s Dept. in 2013. Photos courtesy LASDThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to fund body-worn cameras for patrol deputies in the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department (LASD) over the next year.The LASD patrols unincorporated areas in the area, including nearby Altadena, and frequently works with the Pasadena Police Department.But activists still could be disappointed based on pending policy on the LASD website that says some footage could be delayed for a year before being released to the public.The Sheriff’s Department’s posted policy states it will release video in response to a Public Records Act request unless it would interfere with an investigation, in which case the release may be delayed for up to 45 days. In the event that the department decides at the end of that period that it would still substantially interfere with an active investigation, the sheriff could hold the footage for up to a year, or even longer if “clear and convincing evidence”’ of such potential interference remains.Unions ratified the policy for gathering and using the footage, but the Office of Inspector General (OIG) and Civilian Oversight Commission have recommended changes.The LASD policy “largely mirrors” that of the Los Angeles Police Department, which rolled out body-worn cameras five years ago, according to a June report by Inspector General Max Huntsman. However, where it diverges, the policy favors deputies, Huntsman said.“There are concerns that the policy grants supervisors and deputies too much discretion in deciding when to turn on or off a body-worn camera and that there is no real accountability for a deputy failing to activate the body-worn camera,” according to an OIG report.Routine audits to identify misconduct are prohibited by the policy. It also encourages deputies to review video footage before writing reports, leading the OIG to point to “grave concerns” by the public defender and alternate public defender about deputies fabricating details about what happened.Questions about when and how to release recordings to deputies and the public, as well as how to pay for storing and managing extensive amounts of data, were responsible at least in part for the delay in getting cameras in operation.The LAPD struggled through the same issues.Though the LAPD initially kept recordings for internal use, the department revised its policy in March 2018 to require public release of video from “critical incidents,” such as police shootings, within 45 days.Pasadena has a similar policy, although local police have released video footage well aware of that deadline, including controversial footage in shootings and other use-of-force incidents.In high-profile cases, the LAPD has also acted more quickly. For example, in the 2018 shootout at a Trader Joe’s in Silver Lake — where store assistant manager Melyda Corado was killed by an LAPD bullet during an exchange of gunfire between police and a man suspected of shooting two other people — LAPD Chief Michel Moore released bodycam video three days later.The Board of Supervisors had set aside $35 million for the cameras without releasing that money to the department. Supervisors Janice Hahn and Kathryn Barger co-authored a motion calling for a transfer of funds sufficient to cover the first year of operations.“Body-worn cameras are an important tool for transparency and I have been advocating to get them to our sheriff’s deputies since Sheriff Jim McDonnell was in office,” Hahn said.“The videos these cameras capture will give us a clearer understanding of what actually happens in the interactions between our deputies and members of the public.”Villanueva blames his predecessor and the board for spending too much time reviewing the problem and potential solutions, while board members have pointed out that the sheriff has had control of the procurement and implementation process. It is just one of many public disagreements between Villaneuva and the board.Hahn said the transfer would allow the department to move forward.The need for video footage couldn’t be clearer at a time when protesters nationwide have been enraged into action by the images of George Floyd, a 45-year-old Black man, fighting to breathe while held down by the kneeof a white Minneapolis police officer now charged with murder.Multiple supervisors noted that the presence of cameras doesn’t necessarily prevent violence.“These body-worn cameras, they don’t solve everything, but they put a lot of things in perspective,” said Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas.Earlier this month, the department finalized an agreement with Axon Enterprise Inc. to equip more than 5,200 deputies and security officers with cameras. Villanueva said in a statement on the LASD website that the full roll-out would take 18 months and begin in October, with equipment going first to deputies at the Lancaster, Century, Lakewood,Industry and West Hollywood stations. Compton, East Los Angeles and another eight stations will follow beginning in January, according to Hahn.“Body-worn cameras will provide increased opportunity to review our performance following critical incidents, reduce force and complaints, reduce allegations of misconduct, showcase exemplary work and provide additional evidence in criminal matters,” the sheriff said in his statement. EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Subscribe Community News STAFF REPORT Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Your email address will not be published. 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Utah State looks for home win vs UNLV

first_imgFebruary 4, 2020 /Sports News – Local Utah State looks for home win vs UNLV Written by Tags: UNLV/Utah State Associated Press FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah (AP)-UNLV (11-12, 6-4) vs. Utah State (17-7, 6-5)Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, Logan, Utah; Wednesday, 8 p.m. MSTBOTTOM LINE: Utah State looks for its fourth straight win over UNLV at Dee Glen Smith Spectrum. The last victory for the Runnin’ Rebels at Utah State was an 80-68 win on Jan. 19, 2016.SENIOR STUDS: UNLV’s Bryce Hamilton, Amauri Hardy and Elijah Mitrou-Long have collectively accounted for 48 percent of the team’s scoring this season, including 79 percent of all Runnin’ Rebels points over the last five games.TAKE IT UP A NOTCH: The Runnin’ Rebels have scored 67.8 points per game against conference opponents thus far, an improvement from the 67.2 per game they managed in non-conference play.OFFENSIVE THREAT: Sam Merrill has been directly responsible for 49 percent of all Utah State field goals over the last three games. Merrill has 19 field goals and 19 assists in those games.STREAK SCORING: Utah State has won its last three home games, scoring an average of 76.3 points while giving up 59.3.ASSIST-TO-FG RATIO: The Aggies have recently used assists to create baskets more often than the Runnin’ Rebels. Utah State has an assist on 52 of 78 field goals (66.7 percent) across its past three outings while UNLV has assists on 32 of 76 field goals (42.1 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: Both UNLV and Utah State are ranked atop the MWC when it comes to offensive rebounding. The Runnin’ Rebels are ranked first among conference teams with an offensive rebounding percentage of 36.7, 13 offensive boards per game. The Aggies are ranked second with an offensive rebound percentage of 31.7, 11.1 per game.last_img read more

Six New Cases Of COVID-19 Reported On Monday, 25 Total Since Saturday

first_imgWNY News Now / MGN Stock Image.MAYVILLE – Six new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Monday in Chautauqua County, with 25 total from over the weekend.The Chautauqua County Health Department says there are now 111 active cases, down 17 from Friday.Of the 25 from Saturday to Monday eight are in Dunkirk, eight in Fredonia, four in Jamestown and one in Bemus Point, Dewittville, Silver Creek, Irving and Conewango Valley.There are currently 3 active cases among employees and 41 active cases among residents associated with Tanglewood Manor; 62 people associated with that outbreak have recovered. The Chautauqua County Health Department is currently investigating a cluster of cases in the North County, which were the result of a private event. At least 14 cases over the last week are linked to the event.There remain 16 people hospitalized in Chautauqua County as of Saturday.To date 837 people have recovered from COVID-19, with 13 deaths and 961 total cases reported since the outbreak started. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Scott scores $5,000 IMCA Modified win at RPM Fall Nationals

first_imgBy Mike HughesHAYS, Kan. (Oct. 8) – Johnny Scott was the $5,000 Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified winner at RPM Speedway’s Fall Nationals.Scott led all 40 laps of the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifier at the 10th annual spe­cial.  A few cautions kept the field close but Scott was able to outrun his brother Stormy to the checkers for the win.Jeff Taylor, who won the event in 2012, was third, followed by 2009 winner David Murray Jr. Cole Traugott rounded out the top five.Two hundred and sixty race teams from across the country were on hand at Hays.It was a three-way battle for all 30 laps in the $3,000 to win IMCA Sunoco Stock Car main event between Jason Rogers, three-time race winner Mike Nichols and Casey Woken.Rogers took the lead at the drop of the green and led Dominic Ursetta, Woken and Nichols.  Nich­ols squeezed by for the lead on lap 13, but Rogers regained the top spot on lap 17 and never looked back. Nichols held on to the runner-up spot over Woken, followed by J.C. Howell of Texas and Jason Davis.Daniel Gottschalk captured the $2,000 top prize in the Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods.  Gottschalk battled Dustin Daniels early on, with Daniels taking the lead on lap four.Gottschalk later regained the lead and was first at the finish line when the checkers flew.  Dakota Sproul passed Daniels for second, with Robbie Conway and Tracy Holloway completing the top five.Conway had the drive of the night.  He had problems in Friday qualifying and started 16th in his last-chance race on Saturday. Conway charged to the front to win that race, then started 14th in the main event, where he worked his way to a fourth place finish.Brady Bencken prevailed in a multi-car battle to claim the $1,500 top check for the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks. Eric Cross took the lead when the green flag dropped, followed by Luke Wassom, Bencken and Zach Olmstead. Bencken passed Cross on lap eight to take a lead he would not relinquish.A late caution set up a one-lap shootout but Bencken held on for the victory. Garrett Hager fin­ished second, trailed closely by Cross, Brendon Stigge and Wassom.Mitch Bolton won his career second Fall Nationals title in Thursday’s Mach-1 Sport Compact main.Bolton, who won previously in 2013, took the lead on lap three from Richard Crow in the 15-lap race and drove away for an easy win.  Crow held on to second, followed by Brandon Wise, Toby Schwein and Lanny Bolton.Along with Xtreme Motorsports and Casey’s General Stores, other sponsors for the weekend were Rock Ridge Ranch, Pfeifer Dozer Service, Freedom Claims Management, Legacy Feeds, Global Oilfield Service, Dynamic Drivelines, Golden B Hydra Drilling, Budweiser, Lone Wolf Ser­vices, Golden Q Sports Bar & Grill and Carrico Implement.Feature Results Modifieds – 1. Johnny Scott; 2. Stormy Scott; 3. Jeff Taylor; 4. David Murray Jr.; 5. Cole Traugott; 6. John Hansen; 7. Clay Money; 8. Steven Bowers Jr.; 9. Corey Lagroon; 10. Nate Moore; 11. Justen Yeager; 12. Corey Burch; 13. Jeremy Frenier; 14. Eddie Belec; 15. Clay Sellard; 16. Dylan Sherfick; 17. Tripp Gaylord; 18. Brady Coen; 19. Mike Lunow; 20. Bert Beech; 21. Tyler Frye; 22. Jeremy Zorn; 23. Dominic Ursetta; 24. Tim Watts. Stock Cars – 1. Jason Rogers; 2. Mike Nichols; 3. Casey Woken; 4. J.C. Howell; 5. Jason Davis; 6. Justin Bussell; 7. Dominic Ursetta; 8. Angel Munoz; 9. Chad Sterling; 10. B.J. Wagoner; 11. Shaylon Holloway; 12. Jim Powell Jr.; 13. Tyler Tipton; 14. Mike Petersilie; 15. Jason Kreft; 16. Colin Heim; 17. Kevin Wagoner; 18. Jason Schoenberger; 19. Jeff Tubbs; 20. Aaron Gray; 21. Bruce Plumisto; 22. Jody York; 23. Michael Pepper; 24. Josh Schweitzer.Northern SportMods – 1. Daniel Gottschalk; 2. Dakota Sproul; 3. Dustin Daniels; 4. Robbie Con­way; 5. Tracy Holloway; 6. Kyle Stallbaumer; 7. Trenton Kleweno; 8. Eric Pfeifer; 9. Tyler Watts; 10. Rodger Peck; 11. Trent Roth; 12. Cody Pancake; 13. Shane Meeks; 14. Matthew Crowell; 15. Robby Rosselli; 16. Brock Beeter; 17. Tanner Portenier; 18. Brian Cross; 19. Kelly Henderson; 20. Zach Schultz; 21. Jacob Olmstead; 22. Brett Berry; 23. Pat Bedore; 24. Blaine Walt.Hobby Stocks – 1. Brady Bencken; 2. Garrett Hager; 3. Eric Cross; 4. Brendon Stigge; 5. Luke Wassom; 6. Brandon Beeter; 7. Shay Simoneau; 8. Jason Fusselman; 9. Zach Olmstead; 10. An­drew Bertsch; 11. Duane Wahrman; 12. Sterling Sorenson; 13. Andrew Burg; 14. Cody Ghumm; 15. Tyrel Smith; 16. Cody Williams; 17. Trever Haas; 18. Brady Weinman; 19. Reagan Sellard; 20. Brian Stich; 21. Austin Davis; 22. Wade Wagenblast; 23. Jacob Wolsleben; 24. Jason Cleve­land.Sport Compacts – 1. Mitch Bolton; 2. Richard Crow; 3. Brandon Wise; 4. Toby Schwein; 5. Lanny Bolton; 6. Billy Turner; 7. Art Herzog; 8. Austin Plumisto; 9. Dean Herzog; 10. Kiowa Higdon; 11. Randy Murphy; 12. Chandler Schoenberger; 13. Derek McDonough; 14. Kyle Benoit; 15. Travis Thelander; 16. Amber Bird; 17. Jakob Schwein; 18. Jim Buss; 19. Paul Whittenburg; 20. Lezley Tubbs.last_img read more

China Masters, Dutch Open badminton tournaments cancelled

first_imgKUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Tuesday announced the cancellations of the China Masters and Dutch Open from its revamped calendar for the 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic.”Two BWF Tour Super 100 tournaments have been cancelled from the revamped BWF Tournament Calendar for the year — the Lingshui China Masters 2020 and YONEX Dutch Open 2020,” said the BWF in its statement. “The Lingshui China Masters 2020 was rescheduled twice previously from its original slot at the start of the year (25 February – 1 March) due to the COVID-19 outbreak. It was initially postponed until May and then moved again to 25-30 August 2020. “Badminton Netherlands announced the cancellation of their flagship tournament citing continued risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. “The YONEX Dutch Open was due to take place 6-11 October in Almere, Netherlands.” Last month, the 2020 Swiss Open and the 2020 European Championships were both cancelled due to unavailability of dates for the two tournaments. Meanwhile, the World Junior Championships, which was slated to be held in Auckland, New Zealand in September this year. The tournament will now be held from January 11-24, 2021. The event will be preceded by the World Junior Mixed Team Championships with the BWF scheduling it from January 11 to 16. IANS Also Watch: #NewsMakers: Discourse on Saving Dehing-Patkailast_img read more

Hillman woman gets chance at the Michigan Lottery’s “Big Spin”

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisHILLMAN, Mich. — One Hillman woman has a chance to win it big. She is already guaranteed at least $100,000 but it’s possible she walks away with even more after winning the chance to go on the Michigan Lottery’s “Big Spin” game.Michelle Sanders is a proud mother of three and also has three grandchildren. Her son Caleb is in his senior year of high school and was a talented running back for the Hillman Tigers football team.After being let go from her job at the register of deeds office just 10 days before Christmas, she was beginning to wonder what she was going to do for money, especially during the stressful time of the holidays. Her luck changed when she found out in early January that she had won a chance to participate in the “Big Spin”.“My son was home that day and I ran to his room and I’m banging on his door and I’m like, ‘you need to open the door and you need to read this! Tell me if this is real! Am I reading this right?” said Sanders. “From there I called my daughter and she actually called the number and said, ‘mom this is legit.’”With the minimum prize of $100,000, and the possibility of winning up to $2 million, Sanders says she already feels blessed and that this will take a huge weight off her shoulders. “I’m not a greedy person and I’m so thankful and even the smallest prize amount will help me and my family right now. Anything else is a gift.”The Big Spin begins on Feb. 10 after evening lottery drawings.  AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Michigan lotteryContinue ReadingPrevious Patient wait times in the emergency roomNext League of Women Voters to hold open forums ahead of presidential primarieslast_img read more