Receive email alerts Organisation Follow the news on Kazakhstan News April 19, 2007 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Concern about vanished journalist Reporters Without Borders said today it was very worried about the fate of journalist Oralbagshy Zhabagtaykyzy, of the weekly Zakon i pravosudiye, last seen getting into an unidentified car in Almaty on 30 March, and called on the government to make every effort find her.Zhabagtaykyzy had been on her way to the southern town of Malovodnoye, the scene of recent clashes between Chechens and Kazakhs. Four days earlier she had named in the paper the instigators of the clashes and the their links with police and businessmen.Five inhabitants of the village of Kazatkom were killed on 17 March after an argument between a Chechen and a Kazakh and police arrested about 50 people. Some 30,000 Chechens live in Kazakhstan.The journalist’s friends and family said she had received threats after the article appeared. Seitkazy Matayev, head of the Kazakhstan journalists union, said he thought she had been kidnapped because of her work. Police have began an investigation. News Help by sharing this information to go further News Regional newspaper editor harassed after investigating real estate scandal KazakhstanEurope – Central Asia January 15, 2021 Find out more RSF_en Reporters prevented from covering Kazakh parliamentary elections News February 5, 2021 Find out more Kazakh reporter accuses police of attacking her KazakhstanEurope – Central Asia October 30, 2020 Find out more
Residential Burglaries and Robberies in Pasadena Are Down, Sex Assaults, Car Break-Ins and Vehicle Thefts Are Up
Make a comment Public Safety Residential Burglaries and Robberies in Pasadena Are Down, Sex Assaults, Car Break-Ins and Vehicle Thefts Are Up By BRIAN DAY Published on Thursday, September 3, 2020 | 2:51 pm Pasadena year-to-date crime statistics as of August 2020. Credit: Pasadena Police DepartmentReports of car burglaries, vehicle thefts, and sexual assaults have shown significant increases in Pasadena this year, while incidents of home burglaries and robberies have declined, according to statistics released by police on Thursday.Much of this year’s crime trends appear to have been shaped, in part, by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, said Pasadena police Lt. William Grisafe.Residential burglaries this year have declined by 17 percent, as of the end of August, compared with 2019, which went from 209 to 174 reported incidents, according to the data. Grisafe attributed the decrease to the fact that people are staying home much more of the time.But at the same time, auto thefts and car burglaries have surged, “likely because of COVID as well,” Grisafe said. People are not using their vehicles as much, he said.Reports of stolen vehicles shot up 49 percent this year, from 149 to 222, according to the statistics. Burglaries of cars rose by 35 percent.Grisafe urged the public to avoid leaving items in unattended cars, decreasing the likelihood of being the target of a crime of opportunity.“If something is left in the car, thieves will take the opportunity to steal it,” he said. “Even something as simple as sunglasses.”He added that thieves take notice when vehicles sit parked for long periods of time and may target them as easy prey for burglary or theft.Domestic violence reports were down by 14 percent, but officials worried that might not reflect what’s actually happening behind closed doors amid stay-at-home orders.“There’s a concern that they are not getting reported,” Grisafe said.Reports of rape nearly doubled from 17 in 2019 to 32 this year, the data shows.Grisafe said a reason was not clear, especially considering the recent closure of bars and nightclubs, which often play a role in sexual assaults.But he pointed out that the figures are based on reports of crimes, not their outcomes. At least several of the reported rapes were ultimately determined to be unfounded reports made by people suffering from mental health issues.Commercial burglaries were up 12 percent and burglaries listed as “other,” such as those involving storage lockers, parking structures, and other locations that are neither businesses nor residences, were up by 44 percent.Homicides remained stable with two cases, the data shows.Robberies were down by 13 percent, continuing a steady downward trend over the past four years. Compared with 2017, robberies declined by 45 percent.Grisafe said he suspected the downward trend in robberies was a result of solid work by officers, as well as the public becoming increasingly alert and aware of their surroundings, reducing opportunities to be taken off-guard by a robber.Overall reported crimes in the city increased by 6 percent. Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website 30 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPasadena Water and PowerPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Subscribe Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. More Cool Stuff Herbeauty8 Easy Exotic Meals Anyone Can MakeHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty12 Most Breathtaking Trends In Fashion HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyBohemian Summer: How To Wear The Boho Trend RightHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHere Is What Scientists Say Will Happen When You Eat AvocadosHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyInstall These Measures To Keep Your Household Safe From Covid19HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 Countries Where Men Have Difficulties Finding A WifeHerbeautyHerbeauty Business News CITY NEWS SERVICE/STAFF REPORT Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday STAFF REPORT Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Community News EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News STAFF REPORT First Heatwave Expected Next Week Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Top of the News Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena
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Miami Gardens Police Department(MIAMI) — Police arrested a South Florida husband who is accused of brutally killing his wife and their 10-year-old daughter with a machete on the woman’s 49th birthday.Noel Chambers, 57, was apprehended on Tuesday evening, ending a multi-day manhunt, after he allegedly attacked his wife, Lorrice Harris, and the couple’s daughter over the weekend, according to police. He was located outside of a Miami area fire station, Miami Gardens police said. The firemen were arriving back to the station from a call when they recognized him and notified the police, Carlos Austin, the department’s public information officer, told ABC News late Tuesday.“Chief Delma K. Noel-Pratt, chief of police of the Miami Gardens Police Department, directed all of our resources to ensure that we took Mr. Chambers into custody,” Austin said. “Mr. Chambers committed a horrible crime, was considered to be armed and dangerous, therefore we wanted to ensure we captured him quick, and without further incident.”Police responded to a reported dispute at the couple’s home in Miami Gardens, Florida, about 17 miles northwest of Miami, at around 11:30 p.m. Saturday.Officers arrived to the couple’s house a few minutes later and found the bodies of Shayla Chambers and her mother inside, police said.Shayla was found lying in her bed and Harris was discovered on the home’s back porch, police said. The couple’s older daughter, 29-year-old Shanalee Chambers, managed to escape and was rushed to the hospital with stab wounds, according to police.Noel-Pratt spoke about the “heinous” nature of the crime scene at a press conference on Monday.“That scene was terrible. It was just heart-wrenching to see what occurred at that location,” Noel-Pratt said. “These two individuals did not deserve that. His oldest daughter didn’t deserve to be in the hospital right now, trying to recover from wounds that she received after he took it upon himself to take a machete and go slicing up their bodies.”“If he could do this to his wife and his own 10-year-old daughter, he will do it to someone else,” she added.Harris’ family members also spoke to reporters on Monday as they pleaded for the public’s help in locating Chambers, who goes by the nickname “Massive.”“This could have been anybody’s sister, anybody’s daughter — a 10-year-old lying in bed,” Harris’ adult daughter, Ashlee Anderson, told reporters Monday. “This is not a human. This is a monster, and we need to get this monster off the street.”She said Harris and Chambers had been married for about 10 years.Authorities had offered a $3,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
HR specific/ related courses HR Strategy in TransformingOrganisations is a five-day course held several times a year as part of LondonBusiness School’s open enrolment programme. It also holds the Human ResourcesBusiness Exchange, a quarterly forum giving senior HR professionals theopportunity to meet informally and interact with other HR directors andscholars. HR-related courses are among the core and elective subjects coveredon its MBA and executive MBA programme. Founded 1965 College CV London Business School is the graduate school of businessat London University and has been ranked eighth in the world for executiveeducation courses by the Financial Times for the past three years. It is also numberone in Europe for open programmes. With 80 per cent of the students and 50 percent of the faculty being non-British, it is the UK’s most international highereducation establishment. Entry Dependent on work experience, but it’s known to be strong inthe area of HR and popular because of its business links in the capital (it has55 corporate partners) so expect competition for places. Star academics Lynda Gratton, associate professor oforganisational behaviour. Gratton’s recent publications include LivingStrategy: Putting People at the Heart of Corporate Purpose, and her researchinterests include person-job interaction, corporate culture, HRM strategy andorganisational learning. She is a board member of the American Human ResourcePlanning Society. Professor Rob Goffee, professor of organisational behaviour,who co-wrote Why Should Anyone Be Led By You? for the Harvard Business Reviewlast year, and Nigel Nicholson, professor of organisational behaviour andauthor of Managing the Human Animal. His research interests include thebusiness applications of evolutionary psychology and risk and decision-makingin finance. Alumni London Business School has 35 International Alumni Centres inkey cities around the world and there is a dedicated alumni intranet. www.london.edu Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article HR academy: London Business SchoolOn 7 Aug 2001 in Auto-enrolment, Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
June 15, 2018 /Sports News – National Tom Brady ‘thought it was great’ that players took a knee during national anthem Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailJohn Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Tom Brady has “respect” for the players who chose to take a knee during the national anthem before football games last season, the New England Patriots quarterback told Oprah Winfrey in an interview.Brady said the controversy surrounding the kneeling protests prompted “a lot of good healthy conversations … in our locker room.”“I respect why people are doing what they are doing. And they’re doing it for different reasons, and that’s okay. You know, you can do things for your reason. They can do things for their reason, and you have respect for that. But, I thought it was great,” Brady told Winfrey.In the interview, a clip of which was released ahead of the full special this weekend, Brady talked about how the Patriots “chose to lock arms” as they walked out as a team after group discussions.“We had meetings after practice talking about how we wanted to deal with that particular situation,” he said.“We support what people are going through,” he said.“I’ve been playing sports long enough [to know] everyone comes from something different, and I think showing respect for everybody, in a locker room, with a team of guys trying to go in the same direction —- you better have that empathy for everybody. That’s what sports are about,” he said.This isn’t the first time Brady has talked about the decision of some players to take a knee to protest police brutality.In September 2017, Brady criticized President Donald Trump, with whom he has been friendly in the past, for calling on any kneeling players to be fired or suspended.Brady said Trump’s comments were “just divisive.”“I think everyone has the right to do whatever they want to do. If you don’t agree, that is fine. You can voice your disagreement, I think that is great. It’s part of our democracy. As long as it is done in a peaceful, respectful way, that is what our country has been all about,” Brady said during a radio show appearance.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund
October 10, 2019 /Sports News – National Simone Biles wins her 5th all-around World Championships title Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — American gymnast Simone Biles has made history once again.The 22-year-old won the individual all-around title at the 22nd World Championships Thursday.The win is her fifth world all-around title and her 22nd world medal.Biles scored 58.99 points across the balance beam, floor, vault and uneven bars, beating second-place finisher Tan Xijing of China by 2.1 points. The win broke Biles’ own record for women’s record margin of victory.The next closest Team USA finisher was 16-year-old Sunisa Lee, who finished in eighth place with 55.63 total points.Earlier this week Biles and Lee helped lead Team USA to its fifth consecutive world championship title — finishing almost six full points ahead of second-place Russia.The win gave Biles her 21st world medal and the female record for most world gymnastics championships medals.The four-time Olympic gold medalist struck not one but two signature moves: the double-double dismount on the balance beam and triple-double on the floor, both of which will be named after Biles.Both are also performances that the International Gymnast Federation (FIG) even found controversial for the added safety risk.Before the competition began, controversy ensued when FIG announced that Biles’ beam dismount would be valued as an “H,” when it had been widely expected that a skill of such difficulty would be valued higher, as an “I” or a “J.”When questioned why FIG decided to give the dismount what was considered to be a lower value, the federation released a statement, essentially calling the skill a safety risk for other gymnasts to attempt.The backlash from Biles’ camp after FIG’s value was announced was swift, with Biles tweeting out that the ruling was “bulls–t.” Her coach, Cecile Landi, tweeted the decision was “#totalbs.”USA Gymnastics, the sport’s governing body, also released a statement on Biles’ dismount, saying, “USA Gymnastics respectfully disagrees with the value assigned to the balance beam dismount.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund
View post tag: USD View post tag: 14.92 View post tag: General View post tag: million Back to overview,Home naval-today General Dynamics Secures USS Boxer Contract Worth Up to USD 14.92 Million View post tag: Boxer View post tag: worth View post tag: up View post tag: DYNAMICS Share this article View post tag: USS View post tag: Naval View post tag: secures View post tag: News by topic Industry news View post tag: contract View post tag: Navy General Dynamics Secures USS Boxer Contract Worth Up to USD 14.92 Million December 14, 2011 General Dynamics National Steel and Shipbuilding Co., San Diego, Calif., is being awarded a $14,925,071 modification to previously awarded contract (N00024-07-C-4013) for the USS Boxer (LHD 4) fiscal 2012 phased maintenance availabilities (PMA). A PMA includes the planning and execution of depot-level maintenance, alterations, and modifications that will update and improve the ship’s military and technical capabilities.Work will be performed in San Diego, Calif., and is expected to be completed by May 2012. Contract funds in the amount of $14,925,071 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year.The Southwest Regional Maintenance Center, San Diego, Calif., is the contracting activity.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, December 14, 2011
Oxford University Rowing Clubs (OURC) has voted to launch an investigation after it emerged on Tuesday that the women’s teams who win Torpids do not receive a trophy, unlike their male counterparts.Women have been able to enter Torpids since 1969, although the winners have never received a trophy.Women’s teams who win Summer VIIIs do receive trophies. A captain of one of the men’s college boats told Cherwell: “We voted unanimously in favour of the committee investigating [getting] trophies which would record all winners of women’s Torpids back to its inception.”He continued: “[It’s] really important that they are recognised along with the men seeing as they do exactly the same race, and it’s just very unfair that they wouldn’t be rewarded the same. Hopefully we will see this rectified by the OURCs.“Whilst it will probably be quite expensive to put in place, for me, and I’m sure the majority of the other captains, it’s a point of principle that we uphold a commitment to equal opportunity.”The co-captain of the Balliol women’s team, Nermeen Hilton, who also attended the meeting, said: “We absolutely want there to be a trophy for the women at Torpids.“It’s a great inequality, and knowing people who have won the headship for other colleges we think it’s a real shame that there isn’t a trophy.“In fact, there’s only a women’s trophy for [Summer] Eights because gracious Balliol donors Andrew and Peggoty Graham bought one when Balliol women won the headship in 2010.” Other students voiced their concern over the discrepancy.Second year student Violet Smart, who rows for Mansfield, told Cherwell: “To hear of such blatant injustice within the collegiate rowing system is a massive shame.“Both men’s and women’s teams put in enormous amounts of effort for Torpids and Summer VIIIs and for many college rowers these competitions form the apex of their university rowing careers.“It’s easy to trivialise matters like these, but I think it’s important that we stop perpetuating the image that gender limits the potential of sportspeople.“To win Torpids as a a male or a female is just as much of an achievement, and that should be recognised in the same manner for both teams.”Tom Coles, Sabbatical Officer for OURCs, told Cherwell: “OURCs was only made aware of the absence of a trophy shortly before the meeting where this was raised.“The current trophies (the two trophies for Eights and the men’s trophy for Torpids) long pre-date the existence of OURCs as an organisation and are handled directly by the headship clubs without the involvement of OURCs.”Coles added: “The current ownership of the trophies is unclear, but can be traced back to Oxford University Boat Club and is apparently lent out on a year-by-year basis.“As resolved at the meeting—with the unanimous support of both the committee and the captains—we will be investigating ways to fix this inequality as a matter of priority.”Women’s crews first rowed for the University in 1927, but it was only in 1974 when more colleges started admitting female undergraduates that female college level rowing took off.