Chicago Constructs $33 Million Replica Of Justice System To Train Police In Tactical Jail Evasion

CHICAGO—Arguing that the facility could potentially help officers avoid countless years in prison, the City of Chicago reportedly constructed a $33 million replica of the justice system Friday to train police in tactical jail evasion. “With this state-of-the-art training facility, officers will be taught the latest, most effective policing strategies to successfully avoid all punishment … Read more

Will This Recession See Massive Layoffs? – CNBC

Will This Recession See Massive Layoffs?CNBC Layoffs loom on the horizon, some economists sayCNBC View Full Coverage on Google News

McDonald’s to begin phased reopening in Kyiv – POLITICO

McDonald’s will begin to reopen its businesses in Kyiv this week, the fast food giant’s head of communications in Ukraine said Monday. “The reopening of the restaurants in Kyiv and western Ukraine will take place in stages over two months,” the statement on Facebook by Alesya Mudzhyri reads. While McDrive and dine-in restaurants will only … Read more

Strike Incoming? Railroad Agreement MAY FALL THROUGH, Some Workers Say Deal ISN’T ENOUGH: Report – The Hill

Strike Incoming? Railroad Agreement MAY FALL THROUGH, Some Workers Say Deal ISN’T ENOUGH: ReportThe Hill

Flight Attendant Reminds Passengers Seat Belt Can Be Used As A Strangulation Device

NEW YORK—During a preflight safety briefing Friday, crew member Allison Kwan reminded passengers aboard a Delta flight from LaGuardia to St. Louis Lambert that their seat belt could also be used as a strangulation device. “In the event of an emergency, you can unbuckle your lap restraint, tie it around your seatmate’s neck, and restrict … Read more

UN nuclear watchdog calls for security zone around Zaporizhzhia – POLITICO

The International Atomic Energy Agency on Tuesday called for the creation of a nuclear safety and security protection zone around Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, saying it is “still gravely concerned” about the situation at the facility. A team of experts led by agency chief Rafael Mariano Grossi traveled to the plant last week, with the … Read more

Local Organization Works To Improve Pedestrian Safety In Clearwater – Tampa Bay Now

CLEARWATER, Fla. (CW44 News At 10) – The City of Clearwater is working to make roads safer for pedestrians. Monday morning, Clearwater City Council members voted to join the safe streets Pinellas Action Plan, agreeing to make road improvements over the course of the next few years. READ MORE: FDOT Blocks Off Gandy Beach To … Read more

Australia demands tech firms show how they are stopping online child sexual exploitation – POLITICO

Tech companies including Meta, Apple and Microsoft must disclose how they police online child sexual exploitation material within the next 28 days or face potentially hefty fines, according to demands from Australia’s eSafety Commissioner published on Monday. The requirements are part of updated rules that came into force last year, and give the country’s online … Read more

More Changes Coming to Denver’s Union Station, RTD’s Police Force

On August 24, Denver City Council’s Safety, Housing, Education & Homelessness Committee heard from both the city and RTD about updates to safety and security at Union Station. In December 2021, problems with crime, particularly drug use, came to a head at the bus terminal behind Union Station. In response to alarms from both the … Read more

Florida Power Company Sentenced In Worker Death Case – Tampa Bay Now

TAMPA, Fla. (CW44 News At 10)– A Florida corporation was sentenced in federal court in the Middle District of Florida after pleading guilty to a charge of willfully violating an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule. The criminal charge related to an explosion at a coal-fired power plant in 2017 that caused the death … Read more