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John McNesby

Philadelphia City Council Takes Close Look At Troubled Bail System

Philadelphia City Council took a close look at the city’s troubled bail system on Wednesday, but key players in that system were no-shows.

03/07/2012

(Credit: Timothy McLaughlin)

City Councilman Wants To Strengthen Civilian Panel That Oversees Alleged Police Misconduct

The Police Advisory Commission was created by executive order of then-Mayor Ed Rendell in late 1994, to look into citizen’s complaints of police misconduct. City Councilman Curtis Jones says the commission needs to be strengthened with more funding.

01/30/2012

Philadelphia Police

Thanksgiving Dinner Delivered To Families Of Fallen Police Officers

Delivering Thanksgiving Dinners to the families of Philadelphia Police Officers lost in the line of duty has become a holiday tradition for men and women in blue.

11/23/2011

(All photos by Paul Kurtz)

Philadelphia Police Union Honors Late, Longtime Backer Joey Vento

The ceremony to honor the founder of Geno’s Steaks had the same flavor as plaque dedications to fallen police officers and firefighters.

11/02/2011

Police

Local FOP Files Grievance, Cite Deplorable Conditions At Facilities

The local Fraternal Order of Police is bugged about bugs. The union has filed a grievance claiming police stations are in such terrible shape that officers are exposed to fleas and bed bugs.

09/21/2011

“Left to right: WIP morning show host Angelo Cataldi, WIP’s Al Morganti, Fraternal Order of Police President John McNesby, Senior Vice President/Market Manager CBS Radio Marc Rayfield, WIP Host Hugh Douglas and Joe Conklin.

Police Survivors Fund Receives $15K Check From Wing Bowl 19 Proceeds

The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police received a check for $15,000 Thursday morning.

05/26/2011

(Photo by Veronica Morales)

Pa. Legislator Wants To Force Philadelphia Cops To Show Up At Car Crashes

Pennsylvania state representative Angel Cruz (D-Phila.) says there are too many unknowns when it comes to even minor traffic accidents, and he wants to make it mandatory that cops respond and investigate.

05/16/2011

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