Lieutenant Traversa and the Chief reflect on their memories of September 11th, 2001, changes to law enforcement since then, and our new training cycle.
Officer Derby, Lieutenant Traversa and Chief Wynn have a discussion about filing immediate threat petitions to remove someone’s driving privileges and we talk about the diverse composition and experiences of our newest student officers who are beginning the Academy on Tuesday.
Lieutenant Traversa and the Chief Skype with Ms. Maxon of the Police Advisory Review Board and talk about all the work that has occurred this week to get 10 new student officers on-board and ready for the upcoming academy.
Mr. Munn and the Chief talk about the implementation of the new Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) software, other tech upgrades, concern about a couple of our officers who had a bad day, emotional resilience and self-care.
Chief Wynn and Gary Munn discuss the ongoing pandemic, the move for police reform, issues of homelessness in the City, and the aftermath of TS Isaias…and the convergence of all of this.
Should Police go on all of the calls they receive from the community? If not, who should go?
The trip of a lifetime results in a 2-week quarantine under the current travel restrictions, so the Chief has to work from home.
The LT and Ofc Derby speak with Assistant Deputy Superintendent Jack Quinn of the Berkshire County Sheriff’s Office about this weeks Water Rescue Operation, the recent Motor Officer Certification Course and other ongoing activities.
We get a weekly public health update from Health Department Director Gina Armstrong, then talk about the new paradigm for Downtown Dining, Culture, and Retail.
The Chief and IT Specialist Gary Munn catch up on local and national current events.