1. Charlotte Barbers Hope to Cut Crime

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    The police department is teaming up with barber shops.

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    • (POLICE MISCONDUCT DOCUMENTARY) Speak friend and enter re-edit- Part 2

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      A re-edit of the original Speak friend and enter film, including additional interviews and footage. Speak friend and enter documents the actions of the Wauwatosa police department, active in a small Wisconsin suburb neighboring Milwaukee. Along with racial discrimination allegations dating back over 30 years the film investigates the departments targeting of teens. The cities adolescence report a variety of harassment including random stops, searches, intimidation tactics, and surveillance to name a few. Speak friend and enter investigates these reports and others, shedding light on an expansive and evolving issue based in a city sparse of major crime. WPD's actions, however unreported or minor, also relate to a greater national concern of rights violations and police misconduct, issues the entire country battles to this day

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      • En Directo #6

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        En Directo is a Spanish call-in show hosted by Officer Luis McArthur from the Oxnard Police Department. The show is taped at "La M" 103.7 FM radio station. The show features radio hosts Camarena and "Pepe Lucas". This is the sixth of many episodes to be featured on Oxnard Citywatch Television (Time Warner Cable – Channel 10 and Verizon FiOS – Channel 35) and OxnardNews.org. Show #6 - Taped January 27, 2015 Oxnard, CA

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        • NetTalon

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          This is a video that Crystal Pyramid Productions produced for NetTalon, manufacturers of Virtual Command Technology that alerts firefighters, police and others about fire breakouts so that first responders can get to the scene faster. With video filmed by Mark Schulze and editing by Patty Mooney, including arson scenarios. This technology will change the way we respond to police and fire emergencies in the future, and provide much more safety for responders. http://SanDiegoVideoProduction.com

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          • Boot Camp Graduation

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            Reporter: Katie Banks Photographer: Matt Hensley BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — Nearly three dozen Blue Springs teenagers just capped off what was likely the toughest week of their young lives. On Friday, they completed a police-run boot camp meant to shock them into making better decisions. A drill and ceremony competition capped off 45 hours of rigorous workouts that tested mind, body and soul. “It’s been a long week,” said Sgt. Colby Lalli of the Blue Springs Police Dept. It was a week full of drastic changes. “They have more respect for authority,” Sgt. Lalli said. “They have more respect for themselves. They’re more disciplined.” Flashback to day one of camp when 43 troubled teens reluctantly started the program; some were there because of a parent, others by court order. Most were scared, defiant and thinking, “I’m going to die,” 17-year-old Wiatt Egelston joked. Of the 43, 11 teens dropped out. But over the next few days, those who stuck with it started to learn. “I learned how to become more of an individual,” said Jennifer Enfield. They also noticed themselves start to change. “I feel more like a leader,” Egelston said. “They’ve realized that quitting is not an option,” said Sgt. Lalli. The teens underwent major attitude adjustments applauded by family and friends at a graduation ceremony Friday afternoon. “I’m so proud of him,” said Mary Booth, Egelston’s grandmother. “Our family has gone through a lot of this and to see him go through this and rise above it, such a blessing.” As for the teens, they promised the progress made this week is just the beginning of their fresh start. “Our ultimate hope is that we’ve changed their lives to get them to think before they act,” Sgt. Lalli said.

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            • Grove 911 December 2014

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              This month on Grove 911: we take a look back at our favorite stories of 2014, and Mike & Gail welcome a jolly special guest.

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              • En Directo #2

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                En Directo is a Spanish call-in show hosted by Officer Luis McArthur from the Oxnard Police Department. The show is taped at "La M" 103.7 FM radio station. The show features radio hosts Camarena and "Pepe Lucas". This is the second of many episodes to be featured on Oxnard Citywatch Television (Time Warner Cable – Channel 10 and Verizon FiOS – Channel 35) and on OxnardNews.org. Show #2 - Taped December 2, 2014 Oxnard, CA Contact: Luis McArthur Oxnard Police Department (805) 385-7600

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                • Stolen Line Collection

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                  Produced by ETA Advertising and 4th Street Productions

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                  • Cars Don't Stop for Donald Duck

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                    A police department cracks down on drivers that don't stop for pedestrians in a unique way.

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                    • Crane collapse in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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                      A crane overturned on Prospect Avenue near North Avenue in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Friday, May 9, 2014. Video by Asher Heimermann/Incident Response. For photos, visit http://www.WisconsinPublicSafety.com.

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