National Police Association Podcast #12 Police shooting, Project Exile and Project Safe Neighborhoods

National Police Association Podcast #12 Police shooting, Project Exile and Project Safe Neighborhoods


00:34 "Foley police say the passenger, James Walker Stewart ran from

the officer, and a fight ensued. During the struggle, Stewart tried to

grab the officer's gun. The officer fired his gun, striking Stewart.

Stewart was taken to USA Hospital and underwent surgery. He is

expected to live."

02:58 "Officers went inside the home and found the suspect

“straddling” his mother while holding a knife; that is when the two

officers fired their weapons at the 60-year-old son, police said. He

was pronounced dead at the scene."

05:30 "Through Project Exile, if someone is found to be in possession

of a firearm when they had lost their right to legally possess one,

and is tried and convicted, they can be exiled from the community and

sent away to serve time in federal prison."

08:38 "Lang believes in a 'data-driven, comprehensive approach to

reducing violent crime that involves prevention, re-entry,

prosecution, better investigation and more collaboration, focusing on

the five to ten percent of people that are committing the 60 to 70

percent of the violent crime.'"



In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, police

responded to calls of violent crime and shot the suspects. In the case

in Foley, the suspect tried to grab an officer's firearm and was shot

in response. He is expected to live. The suspect in Concord, however,

was fatally shot as he was attacking his elderly parents with a knife

and toy gun.

Government initiatives are also being celebrated, with Project Exile

celebrating 21 years and Project Safe Neighborhoods using a datadriven

approach to successfully clamp down on violent criminals in

Randolph County.



00:17 Foley man shot trying to grab cop's gun

02:04 Concord man shot dead while attacking elderly parents

04:00 Rochester, NY: Project Exile celebrates 21st anniversary

07:25 Randolph County: Project Safe Neighborhoods identifies violent




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