Milwaukee, June 23, 2021 – The Badger Institute commends Gov. Tony Evers for signing into law yesterday two bipartisan police reform bills in line with its research and recommendations. Wisconsin Acts 49 and 50, which would require public reporting of police use-of-force policies and the publishing of annual reports and data on use-of-force-incidents are significant steps toward greater transparency and a better understanding of the frequency and circumstances surrounding these encounters.
“The Legislature and Gov. Evers worked in a bipartisan fashion to pass two laws that will keep Wisconsinites better informed about police use of force,” said Badger Institute Policy Analyst Julie Grace. “This information will increase accountability and strengthen community confidence in police practices.”
The legislation was a product of months-long bipartisan efforts, including input and recommendations from the Assembly Speaker’s Task Force on Racial Disparities’ Subcommittee on Law Enforcement Policies and Standards.
In August 2020, the Badger Institute published research that showed police use-of-force incidents were relatively rare in the state’s three biggest cities but also found that the definitions and tracking methods were widely varied and difficult to access. The Institute recommended “a transparent discipline process and regular reporting of such incidents,” including a common standard of acceptable use and annual, standardized reports from government agencies.“We encourage Gov. Evers to sign SB 165, which would require the disclosure of employment files when police officers move from one department to another,” said Grace. “We also urge the Legislature to pass SB 120, which would establish a statewide standard for use of force.”
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Jackie Kallen, the First Lady of Boxing, brings hit sports talk show to Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, and Apple TV
Jackie Kallen, an accomplished boxing manager, and promoter is bringing her hit sports talk show to Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, and Apple TV. The show will stream on Exposure Network TV the network App is accessible on Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, Apple TV in addition to iOS & Android mobile devices reaching over 160 million homes in 128 countries a new partnership with co-producers Tam Lawrence and Gwen Legge. This marks a new chapter for Kallen as she goes back into the ring after her incredible career as the first female boxing manager. She has taken down all sorts of barriers and hurdles in this male-dominated profession and she thrived in it. As one of the most successful managers ever, she discovered a young fighter named James Toney and steered him to three world championships.
Out of the Ring with Jackie Kallen Now Streaming
Out of the Ring with Jackie Kallen airs Monday Nights featuring legendary heavyweights, champions, and professionals in the boxing industry. Boxing fans will be entertained, inspired, and properly informed about what takes place outside the ring. Kallen is also hosting private virtual screenings for fans to get upfront and personal with the show’s guests. For more details contact email@example.com T
About the Show Host “The First Lady of Boxing,” Jackie Kallen
She is the first female inductee to the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame. Kallen’s life story has been documented in a feature film, Against the Ropes: starring – Meg Ryan Jackie Kallen is the world’s most successful female boxing manager and the inspiration for the film. Kallen has an incredible life story of defeating the odds and never accepting failure as an option. As the first and most successful female boxing manager, she thrived in a male-dominated profession filled with major barriers and hurdles. A journalist-turned-publicist for Thomas Hearns and Detroit’s Kronk Boxing Team, Kallen spent ten years learning the ropes of the boxing world. As a manager, she groomed James Toney to become a world champion shortly after launching her business. She attributes her success to persistence, focus, and adapting to change.
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