01:19 Texas cops fired and suspended over backseat death
06:50 CA detective gets protection from revenge porn officer
09:35 Virginia bill would require PTSD and mental health standards
10:35 Massachusetts law requires PTSD intervention services
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Season 4, Episode 3c (773 total) filmed on 01/21/2019
Chip DeBlock (Host)
Ward Meythaler (Attorney)
Bret Bartlett (retired Captain)
David D’Agresta (retired Corporal)
Cody Ann Cook (retired Officer in New York)
Rick Ubinas (active in Florida)
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Topic 1 concerns Forth Worth (Texas) Police officers fired and disciplined after ignoring Christopher Lowe’s complaints about medical issues before he died while handcuffed in the backseat of a patrol car. Officers T. Stephens, D. Pritzker, C. Golden, H. Fellhauer and M. Miller were terminated and officers S. Smith and A. Scharf were suspended.
Topic 2 concerns Los Angeles (California) Police Det. Ysabel Villegas who got a restraining order against Off. Daniel Reedy after he allegedly physically abused her and leaked images of her that might violate revenge porn laws.
Topic 3 concerns a new Virginia bill introduced by Republican Bill DeSteph with the help of Virginia Beach Benevolent Association President Brian Luciano. The bill would require the Department of Criminal Justice to have statewide training standards dealing with PTSD and other personal mental health issues.
Topic 4 concerns Senate Bill 2633 signed into law by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker. It requires departments to have crisis intervention services to prevent PTSD in first responders who are dealing with psychological trauma.