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El Gobernador Wolf toma medidas para abordar la reforma de las fuerzas del orden público y la rendición de cuentas
SHARE Email Facebook Twitter El Gobernador Wolf toma medidas para abordar la reforma de las fuerzas del orden público y la rendición de cuentas Español, Press Release, Public Safety Luego de reunirse con líderes en Philadelphia y Harrisburg, el Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció varias medidas para mejorar las relaciones de las fuerzas del orden público con la comunidad y fortalecer la capacitación y la rendición de cuentas.“Hoy estoy tomando medidas para abordar las inquietudes sobre las relaciones de la comunidad con las fuerzas del orden público al igual que para fortalecer la rendición de cuentas de nuestros organismos”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Este esfuerzo comenzará de inmediato”.El Gobernador Wolf describió múltiples medidas dirigidas a realizar reformas significativas, muchas de ellas basadas en el Grupo de trabajo sobre Vigilancia del siglo XXI, creado en 2015 durante el gobierno del Presidente Obama en respuesta a la muerte en Ferguson, Missouri, del adolescente negro Michael Brown que desencadenó semanas de protestas.Los puntos destacados de las recomendaciones incluyen:La creación de un Inspector General Adjunto dentro de la Oficina del Inspector General del Estado de Pennsylvania (OSIG, por sus siglas en inglés) se centró en disuadir, detectar, prevenir y erradicar el fraude, el despilfarro, la mala conducta y el abuso entre los organismos de las fuerzas del orden público bajo la jurisdicción del Gobernador.La creación de una Comisión Asesora sobre las fuerzas del orden público del Estado de Pennsylvania que revisa las acusaciones de mala conducta del personal de las fuerzas del orden público en la jurisdicción del Gobernador.Brindar asistencia técnica a los municipios por parte de la Comisión de Pennsylvania contra el Crimen y la Delincuencia (PCCD, por sus siglas en inglés) para alentar la creación de comités asesores integrados por ciudadanos locales.La creación de un Subcomité sobre disparidades raciales y étnicas bajo el Comité Asesor de Justicia Criminal (CJAC) en la PCCD.Revisión de la capacitación y la educación de los oficiales. Todas las academias de entrenamiento de las fuerzas del orden público deben revisar las normas actuales de entrenamiento respecto del uso de la fuerza para el orden público y formar un grupo de trabajo para desarrollar normas de entrenamiento modelo con el fin de garantizar que todos los oficiales reciban la mejor instrucción sobre sus interacciones con el público. Los departamentos deben esforzarse por obtener una acreditación estatal y/o nacional. La acreditación es un componente clave para ayudar a los departamentos a evaluar y mejorar sus normas y prácticas.Mejorar la seguridad y el bienestar de los oficiales. Mejorar las iniciativas actuales en materia de salud mental y ofrecer a los oficiales apoyos específicos para la salud mental para que puedan lidiar con el trauma y reducir el estigma que implica recibir ayuda.Apoyo de las reformas legislativas. El gobernador trabajará con la legislatura sobre las reformas, incluida la legislación propuesta que ofrece un mejor acceso a los videos policiales, una junta de supervisión para la capacitación y la educación continua de los oficiales, un fiscal especial para casos de fuerza mortal, la reforma de contratación de las fuerzas del orden público interdepartamentales y la evaluación del PTSD (trastorno de estrés postraumático) para los oficiales de policía.A principios de esta semana, los miembros del Grupo de Trabajo de Reforma Policial, que incluye a funcionarios electos estatales y locales, el defensor principal de la Asociación de Defensores de Philadelphia, así como varios abogados, presentaron propuestas para abordar la creciente frustración respecto del racismo, la opresión y la erradicación de la mala conducta de las fuerzas del orden público.“Hemos abordado la reforma de la justicia penal sobre una base bipartita, y eso es lo que necesitaremos para solucionar estas desigualdades de larga data”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Y a medida que avanzamos, necesitamos abordar las inminentes fallas sistémicas que han creado esta situación”.El Gobernador también se comprometió a abordar las desigualdades de larga data contra las personas de color.“Voy a continuar luchando por más fondos para la educación y para brindar ayuda a las empresas de propiedad de minorías. Estas peleas no tienen un punto final, y no sabremos cuándo hemos ganado, pero tenemos que continuar para que nuestra comunidad sea más justa y equitativa para todos”. June 04, 2020
The house at 8 Cotswold Place, Wishart, sold for $1,152,000.THE real estate market on the southside of Brisbane remains strong, as a recent competitive auction has shown.Eleven registered bidders turned out to fight for a lowset Wishart property, which was on a large 914sq m block. Inside 8 Cotswold Place, Wishart.LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills agent Kosma Comino said the auction at 8 Cotswold Place was “crazy” and that more than 120 spectators watched the action unfold.“It opened at $800,000 and then just went ballistic,” Mr Comino said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago“We had 47 bids, which is a very large number for an auction.” The pool and spa were also a drawcard.The four bedroom, three bathroom house sold under the hammer for $1,152,000.It is not the only property to sell in the suburb above the million dollar mark recently, with six registered bidders vying for another lowset brick house, this time at 15 Coventry Place. The house at 15 Coventry Place, Wishart, sold for $1,001,000.It was bought by a young family with one child for $1,001,000.“They were looking for a nice big property with a lowset house,” Mr Comino said.According to CoreLogic Data, the median house sale price for Wishart is $735,000.That is a 36.7 per cent growth in the past five years.Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:44Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:44 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p288p288p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow to bid at auction for your dream home? 01:45
Judith Casimir-Shillingford. An unconfirmed report to Dominica Vibes News indicates that a hairdresser died suddenly in what appears to be a bizarre circumstance.The report indicates that hairdresser Judith Casimir Shillingford was at the time treating a customer’s hair when she collapsed and never regained consciousness. Details are extremely sketchy at this time however we have spoken to a family member who has confirmed the death.We will provide further details as soon as it becomes available.Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring! Share LocalNews Hairdresser dies in bizarre circumstances by: – January 20, 2012 Share Tweet 1094 Views 30 comments
In a related development, Ceneco granteda payment extension to member-consumer-owners(MCOs). The bill due for thismonth (March) was extended to next month (April). * Account Number: RCBC, 1419300809; BDO,2970000470; EWB, 200021974926. The districts are District IV – BacolodEast, District V – Bacolod West, and District VIII – Talisay City. BACOLOD City – The scheduled electionfor officers today in three districts of Central Negros Electric Cooperative (Ceneco)has been postponed following the National Electrification Administration’s(NEA) Memorandum No. 2020-010 ordering its deferment in view of ProclamationNo. 929 declaring a state of calamity throughout the Philippines due to the coronavirusdisease 2019 (COVID-19). District 1 director Joyce Martha Cuencaand District VI director Robert Javellana were re-elected members of the CenecoBoard of Directors. District IX elected a new representativeto the board, Engineer Nicanor Jison. MCOs may pay to Ceneco’s RizalCommercial Banking Corp. (RCBC), Banco de Oro (BDO), or East West Bank (EWB)accounts as follows: Taniongon said because Ceneco cares forthe health and safety of the MCOs and minimize physical human interaction, thecooperative encourages the use of banks’ online transfer facility to payelectricity bills. On the other hand, the March 14 districtelection for District I – Bacolod North, District VI – Bago City and District IX– Silay City pushed through. Non-RCBC, BDO, and EWB clients may stilltransfer funds using their bank’s online fund transfer facility through the useof InstaPay and PesoNet. * Account Name: Central Negros ElectricCooperative, Inc. Ceneco officer-in-charge Jose Taniongonsaid the cooperative was bowing to the directive. Verified GCASH and PayMaya usersmay also opt to pay using the fund transfer facility to the Ceneco bankaccounts, Taniongon added./PN
Statewide—Over the weekend, several Counties in Southeastern Indiana added the orange travel watch status. This includes Shelby, Bartholomew, and Jennings. Franklin County remains an orange travel advisory and Decatur remains as a red travel warning. Jefferson County is under a yellow advisory for travel. An Orange status means that conditions are threatening to the safety of the public. During a “watch” local travel advisory, only essential travel, such as to and from work or in emergency situations, is recommended, and emergency action plans should be implemented by businesses, schools, government agencies, and other organizations. A yellow is the lowest travel advisory and indicates that some activities in the County may be restricted or hazardous.
Facebook Twitter Google+ In a tied game with only a few minutes left in regulation, Duke’s Ashley Kristen had a chance for a one-on-one with Syracuse goalie Jess Jecko. The ball flew past Kristen and Jecko charged out of the cage.Neither player touched the ball as Jecko faked toward the ball and then simply let it trickle out of bounds.Duke never got a shot off on the play.After Kristen scored just 35 seconds into the game, the Orange only gave up three more shots the rest of the game. No. 10 Syracuse (11-4, 2-4 Atlantic Coast) defeated No. 6 Duke (11-5, 2-4) by a score of 2-1 on a sudden-death overtime goal by Emma Russell in front of 701 at J.S. Coyne Stadium on Saturday afternoon. SU didn’t allow a single penalty corner as its defense kept the Orange in the game, allowing Syracuse to win it.“That’s pretty darn good,” SU head coach Ange Bradley said of allowing only four shots, “… Numbers speak for themselves.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Blue Devils rarely penetrated Syracuse’s circle, a function of the Orange closing down on Duke’s forwards.Multiple injuries to the Orange’s backline forced freshmen Lies Lagerweij and Jessica Ross to both play defense for the first time.Lagerweij and Ross previously played forward and midfield respectively, but they rose to the challenge in the new position.“They didn’t play like freshmen,” Jecko said.Lagerweij had just recovered from a torn posterior cruciate ligament injury and this was her first game back on the field in eight weeks. Unaware of whether she would play, her family came from the Netherlands to visit Syracuse and got to witness her breakout performance.With just over 16 minutes left in the game, Duke’s Robin Blazing sent a lead pass down the sideline to teammate Jessica Buttinger, who then crossed the ball in front of the Orange goal. SU cleared the ball away before the Blue Devils got a shot off.Minutes later, Blazing and Buttinger connected again, except this time, Buttinger was met by Lagerweij and Ross. They double-teamed her along the end line and forced a turnover.When Duke pushed forward on offense, the Orange tried to pinch in defensively to protect the middle of the field.“When we defend, we want the field pretty compact,” Lagerweij said. “So we have to break down the play so we can come back together and then from there we can defend again.”Another key to SU’s defense was Jecko’s communication. She directed the backline and the on-field talking carried throughout the rest of the team, Russell said.“I think there was a lot of communication back there, which is something we haven’t seen all season,” Russell said, “and it really benefitted us and to keep them out of our circle that way.”As Syracuse used players at new positions, Jecko said the intensity in practice was higher this week. The defense usually works on eliminating space for opposing forwards, but it was especially aggressive getting after the offense in drills, then winning the last game of its ACC schedule.“We’ve had a lot of adjustments and positions and injuries,” Bradley said. “… I hope we can just stay healthy and keep growing from here.” Comments Published on October 25, 2014 at 8:20 pm Contact Paul: email@example.com | @pschweds
After taking USC to its best season since 2009 and first tournament appearance since 2011, the Trojans are extending the contract of head coach Andy Enfield — originally under a six-year deal — for two more seasons.The extension means Enfield will be under contract through the 2020-2021 season, adding on to a six-year deal Enfield signed in 2013 that was worth more than $1 million a year.After the departures of forwards Malik Martin and Darion Clark, Enfield’s contract extension adds further consistency to a USC basketball program trending upwards.After taking the Cinderella Florida Gulf Coast Eagles to the Sweet Sixteen in 2013, Enfield has made a new mark at USC and is looking forward to what next season has in store.“The men’s basketball staff is very appreciative of the great leadership and support from our administration and we are very thankful to have talented players in our program who are terrific representatives of USC,” Enfield said in a press release. “We look forward to an offseason of continued development for our players that will set the foundation for an exciting 2016-17 season.”Enfield led the Trojans to their first 20-win season since 2009. He won 21 games, a nine-game improvement from the 2014-2015 season.In the 2016-2017 season, the Trojans will be bringing back all of their starters as well as three quality recruits in Jonah Mathews, De’Anthony Melton and Harrison Henderson.Considering that USC has had six coaches since 2004 including Enfield, extending the former Johns Hopkins graduate was definitely a long-term move in the right direction.Enfield had reportedly drawn interest from other schools with coaching vacancies, including Pittsburgh. Later on, though, the Panthers ended up hiring former Vanderbilt head coach Kevin Stallings, who took the Commodores to the NCAA play-in game after going 19-11 during the regular season.With his recently signed eight-year deal, Enfield will be the longest-tenured coach since Henry Bibby in the late 1990s and early 2000s and will be at USC for half the time of the longest tenured coach in USC history, Forrest Twogood, whose career with the Trojans spanned from 1951 to 1966.
The Packers fired coach Mike McCarthy on Sunday after an embarrassing, 20-17 loss to the Cardinals at home. The loss dropped Green Bay to 4-7-1 on the season and will likely keep it out of the postseason for the second consecutive season.McCarthy was one of the longest-tenured coaches in the NFL. He had a 125-77-2 record since he took over in 2006, and he led the Packers to a victory in Super Bowl 45. Ron Rivera, Panthers head coachRivera is a defensive-minded coach, but he has been a consistent winner in Carolina. The Panthers have been to the playoffs in four of the last five seasons before this year, and there has been a little more strain this season. Rivera knows the Packers’ rivalries from his days with the Bears, and it falls under the not-flashy-but-solid-category. Jeff Tedford, Fresno State head coachTedford was Rodgers’ coach in college, and this is admittedly a longshot. Still, he has led Fresno State to a 21-6 the last two seasons. Tedford was an assistant coach with the Buccaneers in 2014, and his experience at the professional level is limited. Still, Tedford might get a look.Lincoln Riley, Oklahoma head coachRiley will be mentioned on almost every NFL coaching list because of his offensive mind that has generated one of the most exciting offenses in recent memory at the college level. Riley, however, will not be available for interviews until after the Sooners’ run in the College Football Playoff, and he has denied interest in the NFL to this point. Still, it is a chance to collaborate with Rodgers at the highest level. That would be fun, especially if Riley were to bring Kliff Kingsbury as offensive coordinator. MORE: Why the Packers fired Mike McCarthyThe Packers’ next hire is critical, because it will define the back end of star quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ career with the franchise. McCarthy re-energized Brett Favre when he arrived as coach. The next coach will have the same mission with a different QB, and the presence of Rodgers will make this job one of the most desirable openings in the NFL.That is why it will attract interesting candidates from both the NFL and college ranks. Green Bay must be open-minded with this hire, too.With that in mind, here are the most logical candidates to replace McCarthy.Josh McDaniels, Patriots offensive coordinatorMcDaniels, 42, will be among the most popular choices. The New England offensive coordinator has worked with Tom Brady, and he has learned from Bill Belichick. There is a risk factor — Indianapolis found this out last season — and McDaniels was 11-17 in his first stint as a head coach with Denver in 2009-10. This remains one of the most logical choices on the board.John DeFilippo, Vikings offensive coordinatorRemember when the Vikings signed Brett Favre? This could be low-key revenge, of sorts, if the Packers could pluck the Vikings offensive coordinator away from his current position. DeFilippo was the quarterbacks coach in Philadelphia the last two seasons, and he is a creative play-caller who could work well with Rodgers.Kris Richard, Cowboys passing game coordinator/defensive backs coachSensing a theme here? Richard, 39, is the passing game coordinator and defensive backs coach for the Cowboys, who have enjoyed a renaissance on the defensive side of the ball this season. The Packers don’t have to target just offensive coaches, given the biggest issue in recent seasons has been defense. Richard is an intriguing candidate as a result.MORE: Eventually, Packers fans will feel appreciation for Mike McCarthyMatt LaFleur, Titans offensive coordinatorThe Titans offensive coordinator seems pegged for a head coaching job soon, and he worked with the Rams last season. He’s also just 39 and already has experienced seen several stops at both the NFL and college levels. He comes from the Shanahan coaching tree, which re-invented John Elway late in his career.Eric Bienemy, Chiefs offensive coordinatorBienemy has worked with the Chiefs since 2013, and he has fit well as the offensive coordinator for one of the best offenses in the NFL. Bienemy has not been a head coach in college or in the pros, so there is a risk factor here. Still, it would be interesting to incorporate those Chiefs offensive concepts in Green Bay. Pete Carmichael Jr., Saints offensive coordinatorThe Saints offensive coordinator has been with the organization since 2006 as a quarterbacks coach, passing game coach and now the OC. If anybody can tap into the creativity that Sean Payton has possessed with the Saints, then it’s Carmichael Jr. It would feel oddly familiar considering McCarthy was a former offensive coordinator in New Orleans and San Francisco before he took over as head coach in Green Bay.Gary Kubiak, Broncos senior personnel advisorKubiak reportedly wants to get back into coaching, and he was 21-11 in two seasons with Denver. He led the Broncos to a victory in Super Bowl 50 with a top-flight defense and a veteran quarterback in Peyton Manning. That is the combination Green Bay needs over the next few years if it wants to get back to the top.John Harbaugh, Ravens head coachIf Harbaugh’s time in Baltimore comes to an end, then he will be almost immediately picked up by another NFL team. He led the Ravens to six playoff appearances and a Super Bowl 37 victory, but Baltimore has not made the postseason since 2014. Harbaugh is not one of the up-and-coming candidates on this list, but he is a solid pick who made it work with Joe Flacco for a long time. He would help the defense.
Tiger Woods accepted he was fortunate to still be in the Memorial Tournament as he reflected on his improved fortunes in the third round.A difficult second round at Muirfield Village saw the five-time Memorial champion, who opened the event with a 71, sign for a 4-over-par 76. MORE: Memorial leaderboardAfter narrowly avoiding missing the cut, Woods was back under par with a 1-under 71 on Saturday, improving to 2 over for the tournament.The 15-time major winner did not suffer with the same movement issues he encountered the day before as he recorded four birdies and three bogeys in humid Ohio conditions.Woods also recovered nicely after finding water and dropping a shot on the third hole.”I felt like I played well and controlled the ball well,” Woods said. “I hit one really bad shot there at three, but other than that, it was a pretty good, solid day.”I was fortunate the cut came back [on Friday]. I made a little run at the end, and at times it was looking like it was going to be at 2 [over], but fortunately I snuck in at 3.”Then I was moving better [on Saturday] and felt like I did the first day, and consequently I could make the passes at the golf ball like I did the first day. “Unfortunately, I didn’t make any putts, so hopefully I can make a few more [on Sunday].”That’s two birdies in a row for @TigerWoods. #QuickHits pic.twitter.com/hi4yNRUDkN— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) July 18, 2020Woods fared better than playing partner Brooks Koepka, whose 1-over 73 left him at 4 over through 54 holes.Asked about conditions on the course, Woods added: “It’s tough. It’s fast. “The golf course is right where they want it. Now that the wind has picked up just a touch, it’s going to dry it out a little bit more.”The ball is starting to run out on the greens. Some of the fairways are starting to chase.”Woods enters Sunday’s final round trailing leader Jon Rahm (12 under) by 14 strokes. Woods will tee off at 11:25 a.m. ET.