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Captain Rita Brockmann Baker

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Phone: (615) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.org
Nashville Police Department
1900 Church St. Suite 501
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
United States

 
Background

Employment History

  • Captain
    Metro Police Department
  • Captain
22 Total References
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Midstate briefs: Nashville woman shot, killed; boyfriend in custody - Nashville, Tennessee - Monday, 09/04/06 - Tennessean.com
www.dicksonherald.com, 4 Sept 2006 [cached]
Officers responding to a shooting call at 305 Scott Ave. in Nashville discovered a woman dead at the scene, said Capt. Rita Baker with the Metro Police Department, reading from the incident report.
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Robbie Bowen, 25, had been shot once in the head with a shotgun, Baker said.
Margaret Baker and Abraham ...
www.nj.com, 12 June 2014 [cached]
Margaret Baker and Abraham Mitchell Jr. -- both first cousins of Williams and life-long residents of Bayonne -- told The Jersey Journal yesterday afternoon at the site of Williams' collapse that they witnessed what happened to him in the minutes leading up to his death.
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According to Baker, a police officer then approached the fight -- which in the meantime had moved into the vestibule in the building at 403 Avenue C -- and asked her what was going on just a few feet away from the fight.
Baker, who lives across the street, said a total of five people were in the vestibule at 403 Avenue C at that time: Williams, Williams' daughter, the two girls who were attacking Williams' daughter and one other girl whose role in the fight wasn't clear.
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Baker, on the other hand, claimed Williams did not assault anyone.
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Without telling the people inside the vestibule to stop fighting or warning them that he'd use pepper spray if they didn't stop, the officer took out his pepper spray, "barged in" and sprayed everyone inside, said Baker, 49.
The Bayonne Police Department contradicted Baker's account in a statement yesterday, noting that "the officer attempted to disperse the group using verbal commands without effect."
Niekrasz also stated yesterday that -- as a matter of police protocol -- pepper spray is only sprayed on people after a series of commands to disperse are ignored and is primarily used to avoid the use of physical force against civilians.
After the pepper spray was used, the five people in the vestibule cleared out of that space and emerged onto the sidewalk, choking and tearing up, Baker said.
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Williams was a diabetic, had stents in his heart and was frail and sickly at the time of his collapse, Mitchell and Baker said.
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Mitchell, Baker and Rev. Mark Williams said they and other family members have hired a private investigator and a lawyer and were preparing to take legal action against the Bayonne Police Department.
Realignment of Police Department Commanders Announced
police.nashville.org, 13 May 2004 [cached]
Domestic Violence: Captain Rita Baker (no change in assignment)
Victims of domestic violence are often ...
research.givingmatters.com, 9 Oct 2006 [cached]
Victims of domestic violence are often reluctant to go to authorities for help because they want to sustain "the dream of the relationship," said Capt. Rita Baker of the Nashville Police Department's Domestic Violence Division.
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Either way, Baker said, "An elderly mother is very unlikely to report" her son or daughter for abusing her.
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"If people would reach out to our services, we could prevent homicides," Baker said."It's not an absolute, but getting information and counseling certainly lowers the risk."She also said that domestic violence shelters in Nashville and across the state often struggle to survive.
Domestic abuse victims don't have to leave their pets behind - Nashville, Tennessee - Friday, 08/18/06 - Tennessean.com
www.dicksonherald.com, 18 Aug 2006 [cached]
"On average, a woman is battered seven times before she reaches out the first time and will try to leave seven times before she leaves for good," said Metro Police Department Captain Rita Baker."You don't get into a domestic violence situation overnight, so you can't always leave immediately.We can help with that."
She encourages victims to contact the department's domestic violence division or any of several domestic violence shelters in Middle Tennessee and let them know that a pet is part of the equation.
"People tend to think they're alone in their problem, and they're not," Baker said.
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