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More Bad News For LEO's...

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by bobdat, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. bobdat

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    Uppa U.S.
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  2. bobdat

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  3. Sharkey

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    Not too surprising unfortunately. Police area small sample of society and we see how little virtue or values society holds.
     
  4. So as soon as the LCSO caught one of their own red handed, the LCSO had no problem arresting the idiot. Good. No blue-wall-of-silence there.

    As LE members are recruited from their local communities, one or two bad ones are bound to slip through. But imagine how many BGs must be within that community.

    Orlando is not in the magic kingdoom.
     
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  5. Bruce M

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    We also need to remember that over the last couple decades hiring decisions have been influenced by courts and sometimes social pressures. When an agency ends up hiring people who veteran officers and veteran ranking officers do not think are the best choice, we can't be completely surprised that what they said might happen, happens.
     
  6. In any other profession or company, a supervisor having sexual relationships with TWO subordinates (neither of whom were under his direct supervision) would not get fired. He might be told to stop it, but not fired. In addition, the supervisor would be considered a "stud" by his co-workers.

    Compared to any other profession, LE self-imposes much, much stricter standards on it's own members. This is as it should be.
     
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  7. CAcop

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    Really? Around here the more subordinates you bang the higher you go. Weird. Sleeping to the top isn't supposed to work that way.