Included in the training is implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, de-escalation communication, police misconduct, understanding harassment, ethics and moreFrom the Orange County NewsroomThese are tense times for many who wear a badge. In an effort to equip its public safety personnel with the emotional and social intelligence tools needed to better serve our diverse and inclusive community, Orange County funded RITE Academy training for all Orange County-based public safety agencies.Chief executives from law enforcement, correctional and firefighting agencies recently attended a joint training in order to achieve a consistent response while interacting with the public.Apopka Police Chief Michael McKinley and Captain Jerome Miller RITE Academy attendees “I am extremely pleased that Orange County provided this training to all the public safety agencies in the County,” said Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings, who previously served as Orange County Sheriff and served for nearly 40 years in public safety. “Awareness is the key to recognizing and changing what is needed. This training enables our public safety personnel to do just that as well as have better relationships with each other and the community we serve.”RITE Academy attendeesIncluded in RITE Academy training, which took place at the Valencia Criminal Justice Institute, is implicit bias, performance leadership, diversity and inclusion, de-escalation communication, police misconduct, understanding harassment, professional development, and ethics. The algorithm for this training is EI (Emotional Intelligence) + SI (Social Intelligence) = RI (Racial Intelligence).Training attendees all had positive feedback from the training, including Deputy Chief of Orange County Corrections Anthony Watts, Sr.“RITE takes a novel approach of emphasizing the foundation of emotional intelligence,” said Watts. “Both the public and public safety personnel are first and foremost human beings. We may be of different races, ethnic backgrounds and gender, but one common thread is we all have emotions. The training stressed that some adverse encounters are the result of not properly recognizing, managing and responding to your emotions or the emotions of others. That is why it is so important to be aware of them and how to manage them.”Emotional intelligence is the ability to be aware of the emotions we feel in the moment. These emotions drive behavior that can impact others in either a positive or negative way.Wattes explained that the training equips attendees with tools to address where they may be on the emotional ladder (RITE tool) so they can deal with it prior to going to the next call or having the next interaction with a citizen or co-worker.Danny Banks, Orange County’s Public Safety Director, believes this training ultimately benefits the entire community. “We want our public servants to be the best servants for the community and show our residents and guests they’re the best in the nation,” he asserted. “We also want to have a collective approach to public service, with our personnel being trained excessively, uniquely and consistently.”Leaders within the County’s public service agencies including fire chiefs, police chiefs and the Sheriff’s Office, took part in the two-day training session. The intent is for the leaders to pass the knowledge on to their departments and ensure every sworn safety officer has this important skill set.Orange County used Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program dollars to fund the training. The Anatomy of Fear McKinley also said that APD Sergeant Barry Brown also attended a two-day “train the trainer” course and will be teaching it to all members of the APD the first part of next year. Please enter your name here “I found the course to be personally enlightening,” said McKinley. “The focus of the class was to have the participants look at their own emotional and social intelligence in order to be able to treat themselves and others fairly. The participants received tools to help them identify where they were emotionally and socially each day. Knowing where you are emotionally and socially helps you identify how you could potentially treat others at work and at home. Our own emotions play a big role in how we treat others and when we realize this we can change the way we approach our interaction with others. I believe this is extremely important in law enforcement as we interact with each other and our community. I took away a lot from the course and already use what I learned, to assess and improve my own emotional and social intelligence every morning before I start my day.” LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter jim Please enter your comment! You have entered an incorrect email address! 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Howard Lake | 3 March 2005 | News 29 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Digital Events Individual giving Research / statistics UK Fundraising’s email newsletter has achieved a 4% response rate for an event organiser, and a repeat insertion of the advert has within hours already generated more than a 1% response.UK Fundraising News, UK Fundraising’s fortnightly email newsletter, has demonstrated its effectiveness as an advertising tool to the considerablesatisfaction of its advertising client, Action Planning.The fundraising consultancy has advertised its 14 April conference ‘Raising funds fromthe Rich’ featuring some of Britain’s leading philanthropists and the author of the Sunday Times Rich List, in two successive issues of the newsletter. In the first week, over 350 recipients clicked on theadvert to download the event brochure, a 4% response rate. And these figures cover just those who received the HTML/graphical version of the newsletter, which is less than half of the 10,250 subscribers to the newsletter. So, it is possible that the total number of responses was nearer double that figure. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Within hours of the advert being republished in this week’s newsletter, 117subscribers clicked through to download copies of the brochure, a 1% response rate at that point.David Senior, Marketing Director at Action Planning, was impressed. “We are delighted with the response to our advert in your email newsletter”, he told UK Fundraising. “We already have some 500 delegates, even though the conference is not until 14 April. This ability to track results so quickly does make UK Fundraising one of our most successful marketing channels, so we certainly plan to use it again.”Subscribe to the free UK Fundraising News, or find out about advertising opportunities. UK Fundraising email newsletter helps secure 500 conference delegates in 2 weeks
¡Ganaron!La histórica huelga de 10 días de trabajadores en instalaciones médicas en tres ciudades de Illinois resultó en una victoria total, con todas las demandas satisfechas. Las trabajadoras negras y latinx desempeñaron un papel decisivo en la organización de la huelga y en su exitosa conclusión.Trabajadoras de la salud de Chicago en la ‘Huelga por nuestras vidas’.Más de 4,000 miembros del Local 73 de Empleados de Servicio (SEIU) lanzaron una huelga por prácticas laborales injustas el 14 de septiembre en las instalaciones médicas de la Universidad de Illinois en Chicago, Peoria y Rockford. Después de trabajar sin contrato durante más de un año, ¡los trabajadoras estaban hartos! Además, como amenaza, los patrones trajeron rompehuelgas de otros estados antes de la huelga.Esta acción laboral demostró la determinación y unidad de los trabajadores del centro médico: trabajadorxs de mantenimiento, conserjes, técnicos y administrativos, terapeutas ocupacionales y otros profesionales. Presionó a los jefes de UI-Chicago para que se rindieran.Los contratos negociados, tentativos y de varios años garantizan aumentos salariales para todos los trabajadores, incluido un salario mínimo de $15 en Chicago para aquellos en la escala de salario más bajo, medidas de seguridad para lidiar con COVID-19, personal adecuado y protección contra la subcontratación de la dirección del sindicato empleos, informó el comité de negociación del sindicato el 24 de septiembre.El presidente de SEIU Local 73, Dian Palmer, dijo que el acuerdo “es una victoria para todos los trabajadoras de Illinois y muestra lo que es posible cuando los trabajadores se unen y exigen que los empleadores nos respeten, nos protejan y nos paguen. Estoy muy orgullosa de las mujeres negras y morenas que lideraron esta huelga, quienes convencieron a sus compañeros de huelga de que valía la pena correr el riesgo.“Nunca se rindieron”, enfatizó Palmer. “Estaban todos los días al amanecer exigiendo justicia para los trabajadores esenciales. UIC los llamó héroes, pero su salario y beneficios no reflejaban eso, pero UIC ahora entiende lo que significa ser ‘esencial’ ”(seiu.org, 24 de septiembre).‘¡Somos ruidosas y orgullosas!’Alicia Uwumarogie, fisioterapeuta y representante del comité de negociación de SEIU, dijo: “¡Dejamos victoriosos los piquetes en tantas áreas! Hemos ganado la confianza y la fuerza para asumir la gestión. Hemos demostrado nuestro poder colectivo mediante la ejecución de esta huelga. Nuestros miembros estarán orgullosos de esta victoria y de lo que hicimos en las últimas semanas”. Los trabajadores “seguirán luchando hasta que la justicia, la equidad y el respeto se conviertan en la norma en UIC”.Las enfermeras en huelga del Hospital UIC se unieron a los trabajadores del Local 73 de SEIU en las líneas de piquete y en una manifestación del 18 de septiembre en el centro de Chicago. Hicieron huelga durante siete días a partir del 12 de septiembre, con demandas que incluían la prohibición de subcontratar los trabajos de las enfermeras sindicales a enfermeras no sindicalizadas y con una formación inadecuada. Aunque la dirección del hospital obtuvo una orden judicial para prohibir que las enfermeras hicieran huelga, 800 enfermeras de la UIC desafiaron a los jefes y protestaron.La Asociación de Enfermeras de Illinois informa que se ha llegado a un acuerdo tentativo, otorgando pago por riesgo de pandemia, contratando más enfermeras y proporcionando más PPE. La unidad de negociación de 1.400 personas votará el 28 de septiembre si aprueba el contrato, el mismo día que se vota el contrato del Local 73. (Chicago Sun-Times, 24 de septiembre)Los sindicatos Teamsters and Electrical Workers (IBEW) honraron las líneas de piquete de SEIU Local 73 y se unieron a los huelguistas en solidaridad, al igual que los miembros individuales del sindicato. Estos valientes trabajadores demostraron que incluso en la era anti-laborista de Trump, una fuerza de huelga unida y fuerte puede ganar.¡Las mujeres se organizan!Muchas campañas de organización sindical y acciones laborales han sido lideradas por mujeres este año en desafío a la administración Trump, que está en contra del trabajo y a favor de las empresas. Las personas designadas por Trump para el llamado Departamento de Trabajo y la Junta Nacional de Relaciones Laborales, así como la Corte Suprema, han atacado y debilitado los derechos de los sindicatos y los trabajadores.En julio, en una votación histórica y aplastante, los proveedores de cuidado infantil en California votaron a favor de sindicalizarse, una victoria sorprendente para el movimiento laboral estadounidense. Votaron para establecer y ser representados por Child Care Providers United, una colaboración entre United Domestic Workers of America/American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3930 y SEIU Locals 99 y 521.Esta fuerza laboral está compuesta principalmente por mujeres: negras, latinx e inmigrantes, lo que hace que esta victoria sea aún más significativa como parte de la lucha general por la justicia racial, de género y económica.Las enfermeras del Mission Hospital en Asheville, N.C., votaron a favor de sindicalizarse en una elección de la NLRB el 16 de septiembre, en lo que National Nurses United denominó la “mayor victoria sindical de hospitales en el sur desde 1975”.Y las enfermeras registradas en el Hospital Alameda y el Hospital San Leandro en California planean una huelga de cinco días para el 7 de octubre para exigir que la administración proteja la seguridad de los pacientes y proporcione suficiente personal y PPE durante la pandemia, informa el sitio web de la NNU. La Asociación de Enfermeras de California dijo el 26 de septiembre que la gerencia ha negociado de mala fe y ha tomado medidas punitivas.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Previous articleWill PETA Question be in Next Debate?Next articleEthanol Rhetoric Heating Up in Hoosier Senate Race Hoosier Ag Today SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – Oct 7, 2016 Searching for stations offering 15 percent ethanol blends — and prices — just got a lot easier. The website E85prices.com, managed by the Renewable Fuels Association, now includes E15 in its services.The website, a crowdsourced service, now allows consumers to toggle between E15 and E85, locating information and reporting prices on either fuel blend. The improvements also allow consumers to review E15 prices reported by others, price spreads for each state, historical statistics, and more, giving them access to the lowest price gasoline available. In 2012, EPA gave final approval to E15 for 2001 and later model year vehicles, which accounts for 80 percent of today’s automotive fleet.“We are pleased to be able to broaden the website’s information to include information on E15,” said Robert White, vice president of industry relations at RFA. “There are now hundreds of stations throughout most of the U.S. that offer E15, and that number will grow into the thousands next year. We want to make sure consumers know and can track that information, so they can take advantage of higher ethanol blends and the savings associated with using alternative fuels.” RFA Website Now Tracking E15 Prices, Data Home Energy RFA Website Now Tracking E15 Prices, Data SHARE
CameroonAfrica CameroonAfrica May 19, 2021 Find out more Cameroonian reporter jailed since August, abandoned by justice system RSF_en Receive email alerts News News Case against Amadou Vamoulké baseless, French lawyers tell Cameroon court Help by sharing this information to go further April 23, 2021 Find out more Cameroonian journalist Paul Chouta sentenced and fined in defamation case May 31, 2021 Find out more News July 19, 2005 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Government lifts ban on Freedom FM Organisation News Follow the news on Cameroon Reporters Without Borders today hailed communication minister Pierre Moukoko Mbonjo’s decision to remove the government seals from the entrance to the studios of Freedom FM on 14 July, ending a two-year ban on the privately-owned radio station.”The end of this grim period for Freedom FM is good news for press freedom in Cameroon and we reiterate our support for Pius Njawé, the station’s founder, in his campaign to broadcast with complete freedom,” the organisation said.The station is to receive a provisional authorisation to resume broadcasting soon, following an agreement between its representatives and the government. The minister has withdrawn a complaint accusing the station of “illegally creating a communications company,” while Njawé has withdrawn a complaint to the African Commission for Human Rights.Njawé said being forced to close by the government since May 2003 has been a “financial catastrophe” for the station. Equipment has been badly damaged by water leaks that could not be repaired because no one was allowed inside. Two thirds of the equipment will have to be replaced, requiring an initial investment of 60 million CFA francs (about 92,000 euros).Members of the mobile intervention unit sealed Freedom FM’s studios on 23 May 2003, just as the station, which is part of the Le Messager press group, was about to begin broadcasting. Njawé has been imprisoned several times for criticising President Paul Biya and his government, above all in the late 1990s.
Print NewsBreaking newsBusinessCommunityA bright future dawns for ShannonBy Bernie English – April 24, 2014 806 No vaccines in Limerick yet Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April First Irish death from Coronavirus Advertisement WhatsApp SHANNON is just one small step from a new future that will see the airport and the region become a centre of excellence and a driver for jobs in the aviation and tourism sector.That was the optimistic reaction this week to the passage of Government legislation that is expected to spark major growth in jobs and investment at the airport and the free zone.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Bill to set up the new Shannon Group PLC commercial company now has to go before the Oireachtas and the Government is hoping it will be formally enacted before the summer recess.Transport Minister Leo Varadkar said that it marked a further milestone in the restructuring of the State’s assets at Shannon.“Aviation is hugely important to the mid west, and the Shannon Group will aim to further develop aviation-related activities and services in and around the airport as set out in the Shannon Aviation Business Development Task Force report.”Employment Minister Richard Bruton was equally optimistic and said that the benefits had already started to flow to the mid-west.“I am convinced that with proper implementation of our plan, new routes and new jobs will be at the centre of a new future for the Shannon region”. he added.Shannon Airport Chairman Rose Hynes said the airport was in growth mode after stemming five years of successive passenger decline in its first year as an independent entity.Ennis, Galway, Limerick and Shannon Chambers of Commerce, which represent 1,355 members with a combined employment level of 45,700, also welcomed the Cabinet’s approval of the Bill.“We see the passing of this legislation as vital in the drive to fully develop the potential of the Airport, Shannon Free Zone and associated Shannon Development properties,” a statement issued on behalf of the chambers said.Minister for Housing and Labour TD for Limerick City, Jan O’Sullivan, said it was an important development in the growth of Shannon Airport and the entire mid-west region. Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email TAGSAirport Shannon Developmentfeatured Previous articleAttacks hitting teachers wagesNext articleLimerick developer named as owner of residents’ driveways Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. Linkedin Facebook Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL
Pinterest Google+ Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Previous articleUnfinished housing estates could cost Council over €20 millionNext articleCouncil may link education grants to Household Charge payment News Highland Google+ WhatsApp Facebook Twitter By News Highland – September 19, 2012 Facebook Twitter Council urging people to register septic tanks as quickly as possible Pinterest Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North News Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Donegal County Council is urging people with septic tanks and other similar systems to register them as quickly as possible.The council is stressing while February next year is the deadline for registration, the reduced fee of five euro will only be available until the end of next week.In a statement, Donegal County Council says owners of septic tanks or other domestic wastewater treatment systems are required to register their systems with their water services authority – currently the local authority. That may change when Irish Water is established.A once-off registration fee of €50 is payable, but a reduced fee of €5 is in place until Friday week, September 28th.The closing date for registration is February 1st next year, with registration to be renewed every five years. The will, the council says, be no charge for re-registration.Registration and payment can be done on-line at www.protectourwater.ie, or in any of the six public services centres in the county.Payment can also be made by post, with application forms in council offices, libraries and Citizens Advice Centres.There has been substantial opposition to the registration requirement, with opponents pointing out that millions are spent on public schemes in towns and urban areas, as well as fears that substantial upgrading costs may be incurred after tanks are inspected. Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire