Results tagged with 'police'
Published Dec. 13, 2012
I am all for freedom of choice in just about everything. I believe women should be free to make their own decisions about what to do with their own bodies. I believe we should all be free to vote without having to show identification cards and I believe that we should all be free to dance until dawn. Because of those deeply held beliefs I find that I face trouble when trying to determine exactly how I feel about residency requirements for employment.
Published July 23, 2012
Three out of the last five weekends I have now been robbed. Not at gunpoint or anything. But my garage has been broken in to and they've made off with several items. The question, of course, is what to do short of moving to rural Waukesha County or farm house in Kenosha.
Published April 26, 2012
I've known Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke since before he ran for office and I've always found him a little bit of an enigma. I have now finally figured him out.
Published April 24, 2012
When police find themselves in a really bad situation there's only one way out: and that's to rely on their training to save victims and each other when a scene is too hot for traditional EMTs. While police are regularly shouldered with the job of neutralizing a threat, the task of tending to the injured while an active shooter looms is very perilous. But training can make such situations more familiar. Our Andy Tarnoff was fortunate enough to join along in a recent training exercise.
Published Feb. 29, 2012
The bucket list of OnMilwaukee.com publisher Andy Tarnoff doesn't include getting drunk in a room full of cops or drinking 11 ounces of vodka and nine shots before 2 p.m. on a Thursday afternoon. But he just can't pass up a unique opportunity for experiential journalism, even if it ended with a .132 percent blood alcohol content. Here's his first-person account of the Milwaukee Police Department's OWI "wet workshop."
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My theory on wine consumption is simple....if it tastes good, drink it....And if you are still not sure, you better try a little more just to be on the safe side...and if the person next to you is struggling with indecision, you should agree to try each other's, just to make sure you didn't make ...
THAT PIC IF OMC ACTUALLY ALLOW ME TO POST ONE FOR ONCE IS A PIC OF A WHITE KID BEAT UP BY A MOB OF BLACK KIDS AND ADULTS IN COLUMBIA S.C. JUNE 20 2011. DISCLAIMER:LIKE ALL MY BLOOGS THE STYLE IN WHICH THIS BLOOG IS WRITTEN AND FORMATTED ARE NOT BY ACCIDENT AND ARE INTENDED. IF YOU ARE S...
(October 11, 2010 - This is a satirical blog, first posted on October 5th, that seems to have has taken a life all of its own over the last few days. It was not written to embarrass any particular member of the police department. Nor was it meant to show any disrespect to any...
One of your greatest fears is that your child might get lost, or worse, be abducted. If this were to occur your prompt response to this incident is critical. You must be prepared to react. You must have recent photographs, know what your child wears each day, and have concrete means for tracking ...
OK, one of the things that comes with age (I guess) is an intolerance for stupidity. Remember your parents talking about that loud rock n roll music, or kids playing on their lawn. That was never going to be me... alas...So, this morning, TV news went crazy when a police officer was s...
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