MY BIG HOMMIE


RIP CHRIS LIGHTY -> CLIGHTLY

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/booglarge

 





 

145work848.yolasite.com website reputation

 

 BOOGiE145_RADiO #GORiLLAHiTTTLiST  #Feat.


PRODUCT OF HARDTIMES RADIO

L I V E ON THE AIRWAVES

Get it on Google Play

 LIVE ON THE AIRWAVES 

PRESS PLAY


PLUGGED IN

GORILLAHITTT 3.mp3

Instagram
Get it on Google Play

Follow Us

Worth for 145work848.yolasite.com
145work848.yolasite.com Webutation






Get your tickets now at https://harlemeatup.com



Translate This Page

 


RT @Lena_Chase: @LenaChase shot by @missrobinv

 

Bog Seeds




ACLU: Newark stop-and-frisk targets black residents more than others

Posted by David Giambusso/The Star-Ledger on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Under: #EssexCounty

David Giambusso/The Star-Ledger By David Giambusso/The Star-Ledger
Email the author | Follow on Twitter
on February 25, 2014 at 12:01 AM, updated February 25, 2014 at 6:55 AM


NEWARK —
Despite comprising just more than half of Newark’s population, African Americans make up 75 percent of the stops under the city Police Department’s stop-and frisk-program, a report released today by the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey has found.

The report, which examines six months of police department data, is the first look at the city’s stop-and-frisk program — a controversial policing tactic used to interrogate and search people suspected of criminal activity. The data is published regularly on the department’s website under a policy instituted by recently retired Police Director Samuel DeMaio.

"Several disturbing patterns have emerged that raise constitutional red flags about the Newark Police Department’s stop-and-frisk practices," Udi Ofer, executive director of the ACLU of New Jersey and co-author of the report, said in a statement. "Specifically, our report raises concerns about the high volume of stops, racial disparities in who is getting stopped and the fact that the vast majority of stops appear to be of innocent people."

The report, which studied data from July to December 2013, found that 25 percent of those stopped in Newark were arrested or issued a summons, meaning 75 percent were deemed not to have done anything wrong.

Most of those stopped — 75 percent — were African American, who make up 52 percent of the city’s population, the report said. Of the rest, 23 percent were listed as white or Hispanic and 2 percent were listed as "other." One of the recommendations contained in the report was that police provide more details surrounding the ethnicity of those stopped.

"Stop-and-frisk has become an all-too-common tactic relied on by police departments,

particularly while patrolling low-income communities of color," the ACLU said in its 19-page report. "It has been used with great frequency against innocent people, inflicting humiliation on community residents and greatly damaging police-community relations."

Despite multiple attempts, Newark police did not provide comment on the report. Mayor Luis Quintana, through a spokeswoman, also declined comment.

According to the report, police stopped 2,471 people in both August and September, the most during the six-month period studied. The number of stops hovered around 1,800 per month for the rest of the period, the report said.

The ACLU, which sparked a federal investigation into the Newark Police Department with a landmark 2010 report on police misconduct, applauded the department’s publication of the data but made several recommendations for the future.

Ofer and co-author Ari Rosmarin, the state ACLU’s public policy director, urged police to review the policy, specifically where it concerns racial disparities and innocence rates.

They also asked for more details about officer interactions with residents by separating out summonses from arrests, providing details of arrests and summonses, and giving reasons on why the stop was made, among other recommendations.

Read the full report here: ACLU Stop and Frisk Report.pdf

In : #EssexCounty 


Tags: aclu: newark stop-and-frisk targets black residents more than others 
comments powered by Disqus

 

Greenhouse Seeds

@girlcollection Girl Collection 2580 S Highland Dr Las Vegas, NV  89109

A post shared by Girl Collection (@girlcollection) on

@girlcollection Las Vegas, Nevada

Welcome to the all new "GIRL COLLECTION". We are an upscale, Gentleman's Club offering a great opportunity for talented dancers (both local and out of state) to dance for what is set to be the hottest Gentlemen's Club in all of Las Vegas! If you are a talented and energetic, exotic dancer looking to earn top dollar in a professional, luxurious and fun environment, then "GIRL COLLECTION"  is where you need to be. EXOTIC DANCERS from all over the world are welcome to contact us at: GCISHIRING@GMAIL.COM to inquire about dancer positions in our Gentleman's Club "GIRL COLLECTION”. Please include your best and most recent FULL BODY photos and HEADSHOT along with a resume of your experience and or why you should be chosen to work in our super exclusive club. Please be sure all photos ONLY include yourself as we are very exclusive and bare the right to be selective. YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 21 TO APPLY. "GIRL COLLECTION” is a Premier, Three Tiered Ultra Gentleman's Club who’s music choice is up to trend and we prefer to work with dependable, professional and committed entertainers that are flexible in genre’s they can perform at maximum to. IMPORTANT: Once we have received your inquiries at GCISHIRING@GMAIL.COM and have established potential candidates via official face to face interview process at: GIRL COLLECTION 2580 S. HIGHLAND DR. LAS VEGAS, NV 89109 "GIRL COLLECTION” will then provide you with an official application/referral form to proceed fulfilling the following state mandated requirements established by LVMPD as stated below prior to gaining willful employment by our company: Dancer requirements: • S.C.O.P.E. (LVMPD) - S.C.O.P.E: No more than 1 week old* • Business License - To Obtain: Grant Sawyer Building 555 E Washington Ave. Suite 1300 Las Vegas, NV • Sheriffs Card (LVMPD) - To Obtain: Will Need 2 forms of ID Drivers license (State ID) & Social Security Card Along with Application/Referral Form Provided to you by “Girl Collection” Video Credit: @NEWWAVEUSA

A post shared by Girl Collection (@girlcollection) on

 


Flag Counter

 


Flag Counter
 
 

 







FROM THE BACK WiTH KASH DOLL* CLOSE CAPTION -

FREE ON ‪#‎iPhone‬-‪#‎iPad‬-‪#‎Android‬ [http://mixlr.com/gorillahittt-848-fm ]

‪#‎HIPHOP‬ - #R&B - ‪#‎REGGAE‬

-FEAT

THE MUSIC YOU SENT IN:

GORILLAHITTT84.8FM@gmail.com

50CENT ,BIG L, HUDDY6, E MONEY BAGS,TY DOLLA SIGN REMY MA, DJ MUSTARD,NICKI MINAJ,YG,STaCK Bundles,CAMRON,SMOKE DZA, Noreaga, T.I.,IGGY ,TINY ,MEEK MILLS, JIM JONES,PUSHaT, YOUNG CHRIS, JUS AB S Deuce Music, G MAY, HERB, MCGRUFF, X SANTINO, ROCK LORD, SHAE Taylor, KEV PERRY, Jadakiss, SHEEK LOUCH, STYLES P, GHOST, DRAKE, KSLAY, YOUNG JEEZY, BIGGIE SMALL, DMX, DR.DRE, SNOOP DOG & MORE

 

Time is running out to win this

$5,000

in my fantasy football league! ->

.. Filling up fast

 


Worth for 145work848.yolasite.com
growhd

 










 









 



 






 






 




 









 









 









 






 






 

Download

by &

 

















 






 







 









htg

 









 









 





 

 






 





 




 







 






 











 






 






 




 




 





 






 

Make a free website with Yola