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Do you think that the North Charleston Police Department has taken appropriate steps towards reform a year after the Walter Scott shooting?

 
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Published:
7/18/2012 6:29:05 PM

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Submitted By: NaomiSubmitted: 5/30/2012
I'm so happy to see the Chronicle online! I've been traveling a lot lately and I'm glad I have something to keep me up to date about my community while I'm on the road. I'll be in touch when I get back to Charleston!


Submitted By: Rudolph WigginsSubmitted: 5/25/2013
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Submitted By: Tony RockholdSubmitted: 6/10/2013
How can the Air force justify furlough the DOD Police Officers on base saying they are not essential personal, yet the fire department isn't being furlough? How can they say that this will save money yet put inexperienced air force airman that are not trained as law enforcement just the basic security training. They are allowing these airman to inforce Frederal, state and county laws. Writing tickets and responding to emergency calls on base, the airman get bullet points and praise for the tickets and incidents they respond to. They compete between the flights to get the most each month. Just my opinion.


Submitted By: Juanita SmallsSubmitted: 3/18/2014
Does discrimination still exist? I believe so based on an experience I had at Stokes Honda North in North Charleston. My son 22yrs. old bought a car (Camaro) with a $5000 down but soon realizes that the car's insurance would be too expensive at his age. Within five days he tried to return the vehicle and exchange it for a less expensive and more practical vehicle. The sales person (Chris) was courteous , kind and understanding. However, the Sales Manager, Mr. Gary Fuller, was rude and dismissed my son and I as if we had no rights to ask questions or address any concerns regarding the price of the vehicle or the down payment my son put down for the initial car. Mr. Fuller did not introduce himself....he barreled over from his desk and stated, "He was the Big Boss around here and tore up the paper work the previous sales person had whittled down some of the numbers for the purchase of 2nd vehicle in which we were exchanging the Camaro . He said he was not making any concessions an


Submitted By: Ted CozartSubmitted: 6/15/2015
Last week was an amazing week for Community Interest and involvement. On Monday the North Charleston Civil Coalition (NCCC) presented a Town Hall Meeting to discuss their 11 reform ideas which was held at Bethel AME Church in North Charleston, SC. On Wednesday Feidin Sanstana, the young man who took the video of the tragic Walter Scott killing, was presented a plaque by South Carolina State Senator Wendell Gilliard. On Thursday, the NCCC presented their ideas for reform before a well attended and positive City Council Meeting. On Friday, there was a fund raiser sponsored by the National Action Network held at the Scott Grand Ballroom, with entertainment by Lonnie Hamilton, John Techlenburg and their band. A wonderful time was had by all. An interesting surprise was a gift given by the animal shelter in the name of Caitlyn, the abused dog at the Tyree Gadsden benefit event. Fred Anderson's Toyota Dealership gave a car and a contribution of $5000 to the fund. Another benefit is upc


Submitted By: ted cozartSubmitted: 6/19/2015
The tragedy at Mother Emanuel AME Church brings great sorrow to all people of good will here in Charleston and all around the nation. This reminds me very much of the time when we heard of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, where racism and bigotry took the best of us. While we pray to get over this horrific act, we want to make a commitment in our hearts to fight all bigotry and let the majority population understand that we are a just and honorable people. We can no longer allow racism to be part of our daily pattern of life. I would ask that you join other creative voices so that our cry for liberty will not be drowned out.


Submitted By: Ted CozartSubmitted: 10/21/2015
I want to give a shout out to The Coalition for Voter Participation and their Chairman, Marion Welch for their excellent debates for the North Charleston mayoral candidates. There was a clear distinction between business as usual and a new direction for North Charleston. The voters can decide on November 3rd. I urge everyone to get out and vote.


 
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