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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by JohnnyReb, Mar 8, 2011.
I believe that's in the LEOBR.
They do that so the person can never fight to get any backpay, once he/she is fired. Generally it's a GOOD sign that an officer will eventually be cleared in my agency, when they are suspended without pay (less serious offenses like certain policy violations). Once they are reinstated, they almost always then receive 100% of lost wages. If it's a fire-able offense, the officer usually keeps their pay until termination.
Three D.C. officers arrested in another police undercover sting
By Paul Duggan
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, March 8, 2011; 8:05 PM
Three D.C. police officers were arrested Tuesday in an undercover sting involving the purchase of supposedly stolen goods, an operation similar to one over the weekend that led to the arrest of another officer in the same police district, the department said.
The three officers, assigned to the Fourth District station in the Brightwood area of Northwest Washington, were charged with attempting to possess stolen property after they agreed to buy what they thought were stolen electronics in a sting run by the internal affairs unit, Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said at a news conference.
Notice who is running the stings...pay close attention JSandi
It all depends on their rules/regulations when it comes to suspensions. Where I work we need to be suspended for at least 30 days with pay before we are suspended without pay.
Complete scumbags.... All of them.
No, no, no. This doesn't fit his agenda. He wants to read the Blue Wall. The BLUE WALL.
Nothing else do I offer at the moment, for JSandi.
I wonder what the back story is? IA had some reason to target her in the sting. They didn't pick her name from a hat.
Maybe, maybe not. What we don't know is how many other such integrity tests, or whatever they call them there, were conducted.
One D.C. police officer was captured on video paying $250 for a stolen 22-inch television and loading it into the trunk of his cruiser. Another offered to sell two stolen iPads that he had bought, and a third called an informant and asked him to pick up four iPhones during a burglary.
uhh... can't you get a 22" flat screen for under $250 at bestbuy?
Just another reason he/she is a tard.
But you don't get the thrill of breaking the law that way. Duh.
And it'll come with a full warranty and inside a shinny new box that you can tie a ribbon to to impress the gf or Mrs.
My thoughts exactly......Someone gave them up when they got "pinched" or maybe the anonymous call to IA....We'll see....
The article I posted (#32) says:
Not even with a coupon during a sale???
Guilty plea, no jail for D.C. officer caught in sting operation
We're talking about an agency that let's officers, even at the academy stage, opt out of certain uniform requirements if their massive natty dreads will be adversely affected. Seriously. Watched it at FLETC.