Filming The KCMOPD Can Get You Hurt

Filming the police is legal, but that doesn’t protect you from abuse and arrest if you try. Today’s guest, JJ was trying to help a lost girl at the Quik-Trip on Main find her parents when she was interrupted by an off duty KCPD officer. The officer didn’t seem to be helping the girl so JJ decided to film his badge number with her phone. The officer told her to stop filming and then she ended up on the concrete arrested for obstruction and trespassing.

Host Keith Brown El talks with JJ a woman that was roughed up by an off duty KCMOPD Officer when she tried film him.

The Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault
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MOCSA’s mission is to improve the lives of those impacted by sexual abuse and assault and prevent sexual violence in our community. They help victims become survivors. they provide services to those who are victims of Sexual Assault, Child Sexual Abuse, Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, Campus Sexual Assault and more. MOCSA’s service area includes six counties in the bi-state Kansas City metropolitan area: Jackson, Platte, Clay, and Cass Counties in Missouri, and Johnson and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas.

Our 24-hour crisis line, sexual assault counseling, adult survivor counseling, and hospital advocacy services are available to residents across all six counties in our service area.

Host Margot Patterson talks with Melanie Austin, Director of Education at MOCSA, the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault about their programs and what constitutes sexual assault and harassment.

MOCSA 24 hour hotline –
MO – 816-531-0233
KS – 913-642-0233

Address – 3100 Broadway, Suite 400 Kansas City, MO 64111-2591
Office Hours- 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday
Website – http://mocsa.org/

JoJR Calendar for November 27th

The Cross Border Network’s Monthly meeting will be today, Monday November 27th 630 PM at the Kauffman Foundation, 4801 Rockhill Rd, KCMO. They will be making plans for a protest of President Trump’s December visit to Kansas in support of Kris Koback’s gubernatorial campaign.
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Momma On A Misson and the Chipotle restaurant in the Blue Ridge Crossings Shopping area, 4151 Sterling, KCMO are teaming up to help the family of murder victim Marcell Smith. Fifty percent of the proceeds taken in from 4-8 pm today Monday November 27th will go to help pay for his funeral. You must tell the cashier that you want part of your proceeds to go to Momma On A Mission. Marcell was murdered on Sept. 8, 2017, he was 36 years old, left behind 2 children and was Kansas City’s 106th homicide of 2017.
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Wyandotte County District Attorney Mark Dupree, is investigating former KCK detective Roger Golubski. He is asking anyone with information on corruption and violations of the law committed by Detective Golubski to contact his office. You can call them at (913) 573-2851 or (913) 573-2948.
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The Kansas City Chapter of Empower Missouri’s First Friday Forum will be Friday, December 1st 11:30am – 1:00pm at the Westport Flea Market, 817 Westport Rd, KCMO. This month Empower Missouri’s Executive Director and former Missouri State Representative Jeanette Mott Oxford will outline priorities for the coming year and their plans to mobilize to promote equity through policies in Missouri.

ON Jaws of Justice Radio | November 27, 2017 | 9:00 am

Filming The KCMOPD Can Get You Hurt; and The Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault

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Filming The KCMOPD Can Get You Hurt

Filming the police is legal, but that doesn’t protect you from abuse and arrest if you try. Today’s guest, JJ was trying to help a lost girl at the Quik-Trip on Main find her parents when she was interrupted by an off duty KCPD officer. The officer didn’t seem to be helping the girl so JJ decided to film his badge number with her phone. The officer told her to stop filming and then she ended up on the concrete arrested for obstruction and trespassing.

Host Keith Brown El talks with JJ a woman that was roughed up by an off duty KCMOPD Officer when she tried film him.

The Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault
MOCSA 1

MOCSA’s mission is to improve the lives of those impacted by sexual abuse and assault and prevent sexual violence in our community. They help victims become survivors. they provide services to those who are victims of Sexual Assault, Child Sexual Abuse, Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, Campus Sexual Assault and more. MOCSA’s service area includes six counties in the bi-state Kansas City metropolitan area: Jackson, Platte, Clay, and Cass Counties in Missouri, and Johnson and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas.

Our 24-hour crisis line, sexual assault counseling, adult survivor counseling, and hospital advocacy services are available to residents across all six counties in our service area.

Host Margot Patterson talks with Melanie Austin, Director of Education at MOCSA, the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault about their programs and what constitutes sexual assault and harassment.

MOCSA 24 hour hotline –
MO – 816-531-0233
KS – 913-642-0233

Address – 3100 Broadway, Suite 400 Kansas City, MO 64111-2591
Office Hours- 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday
Website – http://mocsa.org/

JoJR Calendar for November 27th

The Cross Border Network’s Monthly meeting will be today, Monday November 27th 630 PM at the Kauffman Foundation, 4801 Rockhill Rd, KCMO. They will be making plans for a protest of President Trump’s December visit to Kansas in support of Kris Koback’s gubernatorial campaign.
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Momma On A Misson and the Chipotle restaurant in the Blue Ridge Crossings Shopping area, 4151 Sterling, KCMO are teaming up to help the family of murder victim Marcell Smith. Fifty percent of the proceeds taken in from 4-8 pm today Monday November 27th will go to help pay for his funeral. You must tell the cashier that you want part of your proceeds to go to Momma On A Mission. Marcell was murdered on Sept. 8, 2017, he was 36 years old, left behind 2 children and was Kansas City’s 106th homicide of 2017.
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Wyandotte County District Attorney Mark Dupree, is investigating former KCK detective Roger Golubski. He is asking anyone with information on corruption and violations of the law committed by Detective Golubski to contact his office. You can call them at (913) 573-2851 or (913) 573-2948.
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The Kansas City Chapter of Empower Missouri’s First Friday Forum will be Friday, December 1st 11:30am – 1:00pm at the Westport Flea Market, 817 Westport Rd, KCMO. This month Empower Missouri’s Executive Director and former Missouri State Representative Jeanette Mott Oxford will outline priorities for the coming year and their plans to mobilize to promote equity through policies in Missouri.

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