Police Reform Bill Subject Matter expert Forum!
This week's episode was crafted in direct response to the overwhelmingly positive response from Season 3 Episode 7 w/ Chuck DiChiara where we discussed some aspects of the new Police Reform Bill. With that in mind, Supply The Why sought out some of the greatest subject matter experts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to provide an open and honest conversation in order to help everyone understand various aspects of the Bill.
We put together an All-Star lineup consisting of Difficult Conversations first timers Deputy Chief Tim Cohoon and Attorney John Scheft of Law Enforcement Dimensions. Along with two of Difficult Conversations favorite guests, Officer Chuck DiChiara (Season 3 Ep.7) and Major Dwayne Fortes (Season 2 Ep.7).
One thing that was made clear from our last episode was that YOU the public and YOUR police officers want to know what kind of input these established subject matter experts feel should have been factored into the bill in order to produce the most relevant and practical adjustments to what we already do here in the Commonwealth. Tune in you will not want to miss this amazing forum!
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The Ron Burgundy Podcast
Will Ferrell reprises his role as Ron Burgundy in his brand new Ron Burgundy Podcast! Each episode has a different theme in which Ron engages in conversation with another notable person on the topic at hand. In true Ron Burgundy fashion, these conversations have a tendency to go off the rails, and we find out things about people we never knew we wanted to know. In season 2, Ron considers a run for President, continues to perform music, and blacks out at work. In Season 1, Ron addressed important issues like bullying and the mind-expanding nature of meditation, and attempted to ultimately answer the question “seriously, what is a podcast?”
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