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Interim Assistant Police Chief Frank Sousa said the group was gone when officers arrived.
Criminal prosecutions are intended to punish officers, to deter future criminal behavior.
According to police reports, Gillum was found vomiting in the room too inebriated to speak with officers while another man was passed out.
The Houston Police Officers’ Union blasted the department’s decision to fire the officers, claiming that they acted justly, The New York Times notes.
Cheng says that Post-Quantum Group, which was founded in 2009, once struggled to get chief information security officers and chief information officers at major banks and corporations to take the threat of quantum computers seriously.
From Kalamazoo-based Stryker, we interviewed Katy Fink, vice president and chief human resources officer.
Here again is Allen Sills, the league’s chief medical officer.
Rhonda Morris, a Chevron vice president and chief human resources officer, recalls the story of Aetna CEO Ron Williams, who was mistaken for a chauffeur by an airport employee.
That bill would have allowed a state commission to decertify police officers who commit “serious misconduct.”
SB 731 would have created a process to decertify officers who commit major misconduct.

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