Former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch discusses this weekend’s New York Times piece on Ferguson officer Darren Wilson and the alleged struggled that took place in the police car with Michael Brown.
Fitch says he thinks the feds recognize that it’s “probably very unlikely” that there’s going to be charges against Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
In the wake of Ferguson, local police departments are under pressure to hire more African American officers.
St. Louis County Police are now putting body cameras on its officers. Former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch joins us.
While there is a new cry for more African Americans to be hired in predominantly minority communities such as Ferguson, Mo., former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch doesn’t see that happening.
New Blues center Paul Stastny will be at Ballpark Village tonight for the unveiling of the team’s new jersey. He joins us in studio.
The St. Louis County Police Board announced Friday that Jon Belmar will be the next chief. Belmar is replacing Tim Fitch who announced his retirement in December.
Two police officers assigned to protect County Executive Charlie Dooley are under an internal investigation in connection with their use of a criminal database.
Betsy Andreu discusses her part in the new movie “The Armstrong Lie.”
Chief Fitch broke the news on his blog, Chief’s Chat Friday morning. “It’s been said that the best time to leave is when you still love what you are doing.”