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Kareem Charles said he experienced racist treatment from his colleagues at the New York Fire Department. He left last year. In recent years, department leaders have embraced diversity initiatives and welcomed historically diverse classes into the academy. Daniel A. Nigro, the Fire Department commissioner appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2014, dig this said in an interview that the department was working to become more inclusive. He also admitted fault. “We’ve welcomed the folks in and now we have to make them feel welcome,” Mr. Nigro said. “We have to make them feel as if they belong. And in some cases, we failed.” In reporting this article, The New York Times reviewed the racist messages and internal communications and spoke to more than a dozen active and recently retired Black firefighters, as well as others familiar with the department’s inner workings.



In central Florida, the Polk County Sheriff's Office said Sept. 18 it had arrested three Tampa area students for vandalism at schools and posting exploits online, CBS Tampa Bay reported . Those students were charged with criminal mischief. Another student, arrested in a separate incident, was charged with theft, Polk County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Alicia Manautou told USA TODAY. “When you participate in something that’s damaging school property that tax payers have paid for, then you’ve crossed that line and gone into a criminal act,” Manautou told CBS Tampa Bay. The Bullhead City Police Department in northwest Arizona has arrested one 15-year-old student for stealing a school toilet paper dispenser, the department said on its Facebook page . "Parents: please talk to your children about the seriousness of this 'challenge'," the department said. The incident was among a roundup of incidents reported by People . Get the latest news straight to your phone: Download the USA TODAY app And in south Alabama, a student at Robertsdale High School has been arrested for stealing a fire extinguisher as part of the trend, Birmingham TV station WVTM-13 reported .


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Gov. Kemp Announces Bonus for Georgia Public Safety Officials and First Responders Gov. Kemp Announces Bonus for Georgia Public Safety Officials and First Responders Atlanta, GA – Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced a $1,000 pay supplement for all eligible sworn law enforcement officials and first responders in Georgia. Local governments and employers of public safety officials and first responders are encouraged to visit the Office of Planning and Budget’s grant funding opportunities website for more information on how to apply, receive, and distribute these funds. Applications will be accepted from October 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021. “Our law enforcement officials and first responders answered the call of duty and bravely served on the front line of our fight against COVID-19, despite the unprecedented challenges thrown their way,” said Governor Brian Kemp. “Working with Speaker Ralston and the General Assembly, today, we are taking yet another step in supporting our men and women in uniform and first responders by providing this well-deserved bonus. Like they do every day, these heroic Georgians ran toward the COVID-19 crisis and put their lives on the line to protect others. My family and the state of Georgia deeply appreciate all they do. Thank you!” “Georgia is a state that supports our law enforcement officers and first responders, and this $1,000 bonus is one way of showing our appreciation for their continued heroism through the darkest days of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Speaker David Ralston. “Working with Governor Kemp and my colleagues in the General Assembly, we have made backing those who wear the badge and work on the frontlines a priority. Their selfless service keeps Georgia a great place to live, to work, and to raise a family, and for those efforts we are truly grateful.” The State of Georgia will be utilizing funds made available by the American Rescue Plan Act to create this opportunity.