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OKC Police Chief Gourley talks about new helicopter and mental health response

OKC Police Chief Gourley talks about new helicopter and mental health response

OKCPD Chief Gourley on new helicopter, mental health response Helicopter approved at Tuesday’s city council meeting Updated: December 8, 2022 10:41 a.m. CST Hide transcript View Transcript THE TIME IS NOW 911. JUST ABOUT 912 HERE. SO KEEP YOU INFORMED, THE OKLAHOMA CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THEY ARE WORKING TO KEEP YOU ALL SAFE. THIS …

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After Record Penalties, Suppliers Can Protect Themselves From DOJ With 3 Priorities, Experts Say

After Record Penalties, Suppliers Can Protect Themselves From DOJ With 3 Priorities, Experts Say

The Justice Department is set to impose a record amount of more than $5.6 billion in fines and penalties under the False Claims Act this year, a clear indicator that the agency has withdrawn the children’s gloves as the pandemic began to wane, legal experts said. There are ways, however, for long-term care providers to …

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Health Care - Democrats demand action from DOJ on anti-trans threats

Health Care – Democrats demand action from DOJ on anti-trans threats

🦃 President Biden pardoned two turkeys today as part of the annual Thanksgiving tradition. Chocolate and Chip will live at North Carolina State University and hopefully never have to hear corny jokes at their expense again. On today’s health news, House Democrats denounced anti-trans threats that have been made against children’s hospitals and called on …

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Fredericksburg Police Department Receives DOJ Grant for Mental Health and Resilience Training

Fredericksburg Police Department Receives DOJ Grant for Mental Health and Resilience Training

The Fredericksburg Police Department is one of 49 agencies nationwide to receive a new federal grant to support the mental health and resilience of law enforcement officers and first responders, the department announced this week. “Our community deserves us to be well,” said Chief Brian Layton. “Let’s talk about mental health.” layton The $174,000 grant …

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DOJ launches investigation into Oklahoma's mental health response

DOJ launches investigation into Oklahoma’s mental health response

The US Department of Justice announced Thursday that it would launch an investigation into the state, Oklahoma City and the city’s police department. The DOJ said it will look into whether officials and law enforcement have discriminated against people in mental health crisis. The DOJ said it could take about a year to review the …

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DOJ Announces Investigation into Oklahoma and OCPD's Response to Mental Health Crises

DOJ Announces Investigation into Oklahoma and OCPD’s Response to Mental Health Crises

The US Department of Justice announced Thursday that it has opened an investigation into Oklahoma State, Oklahoma City and the Oklahoma City Police Department.| MORE | OKC Police Release Statement Following DOJ Investigation Announcement The DOJ will also review Oklahoma City’s systems for responding to people facing behavioral health crises, including through the 911 call …

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DOJ announces $1.2 million settlement with Respironics

DOJ announces $1.2 million settlement with Respironics

On September 22, 2022, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a $1.2 million settlement with Philips RS North America LLC, formerly known as Respironics, Inc. (“Respironics”) , following allegations that the company illegally induced references for its equipment. Respironics is a manufacturer of durable medical equipment for sleep and breathing. The government alleged …

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