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Surveillance video shows moments leading up to deadly Phoenix crash

surveillance video shows moments leading up to deadly phoenix crash

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Phoenix family in mourning following deadly crash The crash, which happened on Oct. 27, took the life of a 24-year-old mother of three.PHOENIX – A family is in mourning, following the loss of a Phoenix woman who was killed in a crash. This case remains under investigation, but police say speed is believed to be a factor in the collision. The crash killed 24-year-old Gissel Aranda, who was the mother of three young children. “She was a good daughter. She was always laughing, joking around,” said Gissel’s mother, Carolina Aranda, in Spanish.Gissel’s family said she was on her way to the store when the tragedy happened. Family members say Gissel rarely took this particular route to the store, but did on the afternoon of Oct 27. The crash happened near the area of 91st Avenue and Indian School Road, which was captured by a surveillance camera. After waiting at the stop sig, Gissel makes a left. Then, a driver of a Ford Fusion collides with Gissel’s Nissan Altima.”It’s so hard to see that video, because you see the impact that, at that point, it wasn’t good,” said Gissel’s aunt, Selene Aranda. Advertisement Gissel’s mom said on her way home, …

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Troy working to install, upgrade surveillance cameras

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TROY (WRGB) Tonight, CBS 6 continues to investigate the situation surrounding surveillance cameras, or the lack thereof, in the city of Troy, where a spike in crime has officials and residents concerned. MORE:Troy City Council approves surveillance camera vendor, body camerasIt is no secret, there’s been a rise in violence in cities like Albany and Troy, with law enforcement admitting it most likely is related to gang disputes between the cities.

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Coco Fusco on Angela Davis, Racial Representation, Citizen Surveillance

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The thoughtfully curated doc tribute section Black Cinema Matters has generated wide interest at the Ji.hlava Intl. Documentary Film Festival – and not just among Czechs.
Screening 13 films covering three decades, ranging from the 1963 polemic “Take This Hammer” through Madeline Anderson’s provocative 1969 doc “Tribute to Malcolm X – Black Journal Segment” to 1995 intimate portrait of queer siblings “Vintage: Families of Value,” the section showcases what the fest calls “a radical change in the perspective of the Black American narrative, which has long been dividing not only the American public but is also bogged down with a lot of prejudice, ignorance and lack of empathy.”

Filmmaker, artist and performer Coco Fusco contributed her frenetic 2004 sendup of the FBI surveillance that dogged Angela Davis in 1970 during the heyday of the Black Panthers, “a/k/a Mrs. George Gilbert,” a work hailed as a brilliant use of irony in the face of police state tactics.

Variety’s interview with Fusco follows:
The issue of surveillance of citizens is even more urgent these days than when you made the film in 2004, it seems. Did you have any hope back then that films like yours would have opened people’s eyes to this threat?
Actually …

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Surveillance video shows slew of looters stealing from Bellevue Square stores; help ID three suspects

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article WANTED IN BELLEVUE – Surveillance video shows a slew of looters stealing from the Mariners Store inside Bellevue Square mall during the chaos and vandalism back on May 31st. Bellevue police want you to take a good look at the suspect who wore purple and gold shoes and tell detectives his name if you know it. WANTED: Bellevue Square looting suspects Washington’s Most Wanted’s David Rose has more “This particular person had come in after the windows had already been shattered out, the doors, kind of steps in, I think at one point he shakes glass off his feet. He comes in. They’re in a hurry. Lots of people are coming and going in this video, but he in particular, you can see full-on his face, you can see those unusual shoes and then you just got to watch as he grabs as much stuff as he can carry and hooks himself as he’s trying to get out and he finally flees the store,” said Meeghan Black with Bellevue Police. Advertisement Detectives are  hoping you can also help identify another pair of looting suspects above who stole from the mall that day. “One is not wearing a mask. The …

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Baltimore aerial surveillance program designed to decrease crime ends Saturday. Its future uncertain.

baltimore aerial surveillance program designed to decrease crime ends saturday. its future uncertain.

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“Every citizen, business owner, and visitor has a reasonable expectation that leadership is committed to keeping them safe. They also expect law enforcement to use all available tools to fight crime so long as they are constitutional, justly applied and transparent,” Simmons said in a statement.

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Surveillance photos of missing Rutherford County man released; search continues

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Authorities say a missing Rutherford County man was captured on surveillance video in McDowell County last week but hasn’t been seen since. Eric Paul Date, 48, was reported missing on Monday, Oct. 26, 2020. At the time, authorities were working off information that Date was last seen Wed. , Oct. 21, while driving a 1998 GMC dump truck. The truck was found Tuesday, Oct. 27, near the entrance to Linville Caverns. POLICE SEEK HELP LOCATING MISSING MAN IN NEED OF MEDICATION.

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Alderson Broaddus University begins weekly COVID-19 surveillance testing

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PHILIPPI, W.Va. – With the completion of the large-scale COVID-19 student, faculty, and staff testing prior to Alderson Broaddus University reopening for the fall semester, the University has begun implementing ongoing surveillance testing as part of its comprehensive plan to maintain the safest possible environment.

According to university officials, after several weeks on campus, members of the community received an email on Thursday, October 8, from Bruce Blankenship, special assistant to the president, announcing the addition of COVID-19 surveillance testing to the University’s already established testing strategy.

“Our goal is to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our campus community,” said Blankenship. “Surveillance testing is a necessary and critical part of our strategy designed to keep our community healthy.”

As required for all West Virginia colleges and universities by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) and the West Virginia State Higher Education Policy Commission (HEPC), random testing of 10% of the campus community began and will continue on a weekly basis for the remainder of the semester.

Officials explained that the tests, which are highly sensitive, non-invasive, and saliva-based, are being administered weekly at the Multi-Sport Performance Stadium pavilion. Test results are available within 48 hours, and the …

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Fairmont State releases COVID-19 surveillance testing results for week three

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FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Fairmont State announced information about their continued COVID-19 Surveillance Testing program.

No COVID-19 positive cases identified as a result of the surveillance testing, however one positive case has been identified through an off-campus testing site.

In response to a mandate by West Virginia Governor Jim Justice, Fairmont State University launched the campus-wide COVID-19 Surveillance Testing program on Monday, October 12. The program was introduced as a phased initiative, with Phase II beginning Monday, October 19, and continuing through the remainder of the fall semester.

Week three of the Surveillance Testing initiative was implemented on October 26 – 28, encompassing a stratified sample of students and employees. Saliva-based tests were self-administered by 10% of the on-campus population.

According to the release, the Surveillance Testing program is a part of the University’s multi-pronged strategy to mitigate and monitor the spread of COVID-19. This testing initiative allows the University to monitor and address real-time trends and prevalence and make a timely intervention and response decisions.  

Forty-two individuals have now recovered since the University began reporting data in late August. 

All students who tested positive are monitored by the COVID Task Force and COVID Student Liaison. The University continues to work with the Marion County Health …

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Faith leaders push to keep surveillance plane flying to help fight crime

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BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) – Baltimore’s pilot surveillance plane program is set to expire Saturday. Now dozens of faith leaders throughout the city are urging the police commissioner to keep the crime fighting program going. During the 6 month pilot period, there has been pushback from residents and others because of noise and privacy concernsThe surveillance plane is intended to catch suspects and reduce crime.

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