Bronxville Mayor’s Column for the Week of May 10, 2021st
by MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — May 11, 2021 — Chief Christopher Satriale came to the Village as a 19 year old patrolman and has been with the Village 33 years, becoming Chief in 2007. He is currently known for his COVID calls – somedays on which we know he is happier than others! Chris became Chief almost simultaneously with Bob Underhill and …

Mary MarvinBronxville Mayor’s Column for the Week of May 10, 2021st
by MARY MARVIN, Esq.

A Policeman’s Lot is Not a Happy One
By BOB WEIR

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FLOWER MOUND, TX — May 10, 2021 —  When I look at the news today and see the way police are being vilified by left wing America-haters like Antifa and Black Thugs Matter, I think back to the New York Police Academy where I trained for 4 months in the middle sixties to get prepared for facing the world as …

Bob WeirA Policeman’s Lot is Not a Happy One
By BOB WEIR

Community and Mental Health Services Committee Meeting Has Been Scheduled for May 11th, 2021 at 5:30PM

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YONKERS, NY — May 10, 2021 — Please be advised that the Community and Mental Health Services Committee Meeting has been scheduled for  May 11th, 2021 at 5:30PM and the meeting will be held via Web Ex. Full Agenda Attached Below.             1. A Resolution of the City Council of Yonkers Calling on Mayor Spano …

TribuneCommunity and Mental Health Services Committee Meeting Has Been Scheduled for May 11th, 2021 at 5:30PM

OP-ED: NYS Ban Citizen’s Arrests Once and For All
Co-Written By Georgia House Representative CARL GILLIARD and NYS Deputy Senate Leader MICHAEL GIANARIS

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Gianaris Co-Wrote Op-Ed with Georgia State Rep. Carl Gilliard, Who Led the Charge to End Citizen’s Arrest in Georgia After the Death of Ahmaud Arbery Ban Citizen’s Arrests Once and For All NEW YORK, NY — May 4, 2021 —Just over a year ago, Ahmaud Arbery went for a run in his Georgia town — something the former high school …

TribuneOP-ED: NYS Ban Citizen’s Arrests Once and For All
Co-Written By Georgia House Representative CARL GILLIARD and NYS Deputy Senate Leader MICHAEL GIANARIS

Reply to Westchester County District Attorney Rocah’s Call for Department of Justice to Investigate the Mount Vernon Police Department
By RICHARD THOMAS

Tribune Bias / Bigotry, Community, Governance, History, Law, Mt. Vernon, People, Police Department News, Political Analysis 12 Comments

Former Mount Vernon Mayor Applauds Move to Root Out Police Corruption Maintains that He and Corporation Counsel Porcari Were Victims of disgraced AG Eric Schniederman   MOUNT VERNON – May 2, 2021 — In reply to the news that Westchester District Attorney Mimi Rocah officially called on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the Mount Vernon Police Department for “pervasive …

TribuneReply to Westchester County District Attorney Rocah’s Call for Department of Justice to Investigate the Mount Vernon Police Department
By RICHARD THOMAS

OP-ED: Why Derek Chauvin Got Convicted
By MIRIAM E. ROCAH

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Editor’s Note: Miriam E. Rocah is the elected Westchester County District Attorney and a former federal prosecutor in the State of New York. The views expressed in this commentary are reflective of the author’s perspective. WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — April 28, 2021 —The swift guilty verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin does not bring George …

TribuneOP-ED: Why Derek Chauvin Got Convicted
By MIRIAM E. ROCAH

Mount Vernon Police Chief Exonerated of Overtime Abuse

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MOUNT VERNON, NY – April 15, 2021 — On September 5th, 2019, under the direction of former Acting Mayor Andre Wallace and former Police Commissioner Shawn Harris, Chief Ziadie was suspended without pay for alleged abuses of overtime. A portion of Chief Ziadie’s incurred overtime was approved by former Police Commissioner Shawn Harris while serving under former Mayor Richard Thomas. …

TribuneMount Vernon Police Chief Exonerated of Overtime Abuse

Yonkers, the Most Safe City of Its Size in America Has Fallen Into Seventh Position Within Two Years Under Police Commissioner John Mueller
By HEZI ARIS

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The Hezitorial That Questions the Professional Capacity and Aptitude of Yonkers Police Commissioner John Mueller The Blue Truth YONKERS, NY — April 11, 2021 — Yonkers Police Commissioner Charles Gardner retired about two years ago, bequeathing his eventual successor, John Mueller, the enviable accolade of having the City of Yonkers designated the safest city of like size in America. Alas …

eHeziYonkers, the Most Safe City of Its Size in America Has Fallen Into Seventh Position Within Two Years Under Police Commissioner John Mueller
By HEZI ARIS

Ketchan vs City of Mount Vernon, NY – Docket 20-14

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US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Opinions Opinion Date: March 29, 2021 Hon. Judge Pooler Areas of Law: Civil Rights, Constitutional Law MARCH 28, 2021 — The Second Circuit vacated the district court’s grant of summary judgment to defendants in an action brought by plaintiff, alleging excessive force under 42 U.S.C. 1983, as well as state law assault …

TribuneKetchan vs City of Mount Vernon, NY – Docket 20-14

Yonkers Police Department Promotions Held on Thursday, March 19, 2021

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YONKER, NY — March 21, 2021 — First Deputy Mayor Jim Cavanaugh and Police Commissioner John J. Mueller presided over March 19, 2021  promotion and appointment ceremony which was held in the historic Ceremonial Courtroom in Yonkers City Hall. The First Deputy Mayor and Commissioner were proud to elevate nine members to positions of higher authority and assignments within the …

TribuneYonkers Police Department Promotions Held on Thursday, March 19, 2021