La Conmebol ve una posible “injerencia” en Ley del Deporte en Bolivia

La Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol (Conmebol) afirmó hoy que el proyecto de ley del deporte que tramita en Bolivia puede suponer una “injerencia” en la independencia de la Federación Boliviana de Fútbol (FBF).

La Conmebol ve una posible “injerencia” en Ley del Deporte en Bolivia

Comisión de arbitraje avala expulsión de narrador de fútbol en Costa Rica

La Comisión de Arbitraje del fútbol de Costa Rica avaló hoy la decisión del árbitro Jimmy Torres, quien expulsó en octubre pasado a un narrador debido a los comentarios que emitía a toda voz en un partido de la segunda división.

Comisión de arbitraje avala expulsión de narrador de fútbol en Costa Rica

El Athletic remonta al final y se asegura ser campeón de grupo

El Athletic Club ha vuelto a remontar al FC Augsburgo, esta vez en Alemania, donde le ha vencido por dos goles a tres, y se ha asegurado el pase a dieciseisavos de final de la Liga Europa como campeón de grupo, lo que le permitirá jugar la vuelta en casa.

El Athletic remonta al final y se asegura ser campeón de grupo

Petrolero no logra vencer el cerrojo defensivo de Blooming

Petrolero falló en condición de local y hoy lo hizo contra Blooming (1-1). El cuadro yacuibeño generó pocas opciones de gol ante una defensa ordenada del conjunto cruceño que se va con un punto para escalar en la tabla de posiciones.

Petrolero no logra vencer el cerrojo defensivo de Blooming

Comisión de fiscales declara libertad irrestricta para esposa de Carlos Chávez

La comisión de fiscales que investiga supuestos actos de corrupción en la Federación Boliviana de Fútbol (FBF) declaró el jueves libertad irrestricta en favor de Tania Hurtado, esposa de Carlos Chávez, expresidente del ente deportivo.

Comisión de fiscales declara libertad irrestricta para esposa de Carlos Chávez

Robles se convierte en la piedra del zapato de The Strongest

The Strongest igualó en su visita a San José (1-1) y perdió la oportunidad de ocupar el segundo lugar del Torneo Apertura. El cuadro atigrado tuvo una jornada negra, debido que erró dos penales que le hubiesen dado las tres unidades en un trámite de llegadas en ambos arcos.

Robles se convierte en la piedra del zapato de The Strongest

Ask The Times: What are protocols for officers in unmarked vehicles?

If you’ve been wondering about something in your community, Ask The Times is your place to get answers. The following question was submitted by a reader and answered through the efforts of our news staff.

 

Are there any special procedures that are different than normal for officers pulling someone over or responding in unmarked cars or dressed in plain clothes?

Gainesville Police Sgt. Kevin Holbrook said the department regularly uses unmarked vehicles for special details, such as the holiday season when officers are looking for people breaking into cars.

“However, we typically do not use unmarked vehicles for traffic enforcement or traffic stops,” Holbrook said.

The Hall County Sheriff’s Office also doesn’t designate unmarked vehicles for traffic stops.

Holbrook added that officers in unmarked cars or plain clothes generally relay information to officers in marked vehicles and uniforms to make contact with individuals in the community.

He said it is a rare situation, most likely when there’s an immediate threat, that an officer in an unmarked car or plain clothes would stop someone. In those moments, Holbrook said, people should ensure that they protect themselves first.

He advised drivers in the unusual instance of being pulled by an unmarked car to turn on their flashing lights, turn into a well-lit, highly-populated area and call 911 to make sure they are actually being stopped by an officer if they aren’t sure.

Holbrook said citizens should ask for the officer’s identification in such a scenario because all Gainesville Police officers are required to carry an ID.

Sheriff’s Office policy says that in the rare instances where deputies in unmarked vehicles have to make a vehicle stop, they are instructed to use all of their available emergency lights, call in the stop to dispatch by their issued radio or by cellphone, and to clearly identify themselves as a law enforcement officer.

Because deputies in unmarked vehicles know they may not initially be recognized as an emergency vehicle, deputies are advised to “allow other motorists to be able to properly react to the presence of an emergency vehicle.”

Also, the Sheriff’s Office policy says, “Once the initial contact is made, the deputy should determine if he or she is in need of a marked unit.”

 

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Ask The Times: What are protocols for officers in unmarked vehicles?