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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show

Dwayne joins the Class in Session show, which airs on WDBZ, Soul10.5FM in Cincinnati.

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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show

Dwayne Bryant and Trooper Aron Weller have a sincere conversation about what happens during a police stop.

 

 

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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show


Dwayne Bryant and Indiana State Police proves respect is a two way street.

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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show

Dwayne Bryant joined 411 Teen to discuss The Stop: Improving Police and Community Relations which educates youth to stop, observe, and reflect during an encounter with law enforcement. He teaches the principles of mutual respect, shared responsibility, and personal accountability.

Source: http://news.wfsu.org/post/411-teen-police-community-relations

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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show

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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show

Episode 1 of 5 of our exclusive web series.

 

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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show

Episode 4 of 5 of our exclusive web series.

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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show

Next week we are debuting a multi-episode series: The STOP – Real Talk with Real People. Here’s an exclusive preview.

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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show

An Indiana motivational speaker’s viral Facebook post about a traffic stop is now being used to set an example.
Indiana State Trooper Aaron Weller pulled over Dwayne Bryant on Aug. 30th, 2015, while he had been heading to a speaking engagement.

Bryant admitted he had been speeding, but when Weller handed him that speeding ticket, Bryant praised the trooper for treating him with respect.
“He came over and asked the questions do you know why I stopped you,” Bryant said. “And we were able to have a really good quality dialogue. It allowed me to be able to be more understanding that these are human beings.”

Then, the trooper did something unexpected.
“I asked him to give me the ticket back and just felt it my heart it was the right thing to do and ripped the ticket up and wrote him a warning,” Weller said.

Bryant immediately wrote about his experience on Facebook and it caught the attention of people around the country, including the Indiana State Police who turned the experience into a training video.
“The Indiana State Police, they’re making a concerted effort to train their officers to make sure they understand verbal judo and how to deescalate a situation,” Bryant said.

Trooper Weller hopes people learn from the story behind the traffic stop.
“There is no reason for them to show us disrespect we are not going to show them disrespect,” Weller said.

Source: NBC Chicago

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Dwayne Bryant appears on the Class in Session show


God is using me in dynamic ways! As many of you all may remember, back in September, I experienced a traffic stop with Officer Aron Weller for a speeding violation he disagreed when heading to a speaking engagement in Battle Creek, Michigan. Well, since then, I have been teaming with the Indiana State Police to restore relationships between police and the communities they serve. The “Indiana Police Do It Right” video featuring Officer Weller and myself is just the beginning how our new found partnership.