I'm a huge LEO supporter, but...

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  1. Quijibo

    Quijibo King Doofus.

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    Seriously....???
    https://fox6now.com/2019/08/22/clev...posing-himself-urinating-on-12-year-old-girl/

    Very few news outlets report on the scumbag's prior issues...
    Earlier this year, he received a four-day suspension after he failed to care for a radio and batteries assigned to him. In 2018, Nhiwatiwa was suspended twice. In one incident, he was given a six-day suspension for insubordination. In the other incident, he was given an eight-day suspension for unprofessional conduct.
     
  2. Jonesee

    Jonesee

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    Let him have his day in court.

    Then sentence him to serve his time in General Population. :fist:
     
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  3. nikerret

    nikerret Mr. Awesome

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    You can still support law enforcement. That’s who is making the case against him. If all this is true, and I don’t see reason to disbelieve what has been posted, too bad he was ever birthed, in the first place.
     
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  4. CBennett

    CBennett

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    You get losers/bad eggs in EVERY profession
     
  5. slamdunc

    slamdunc JAFO

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    A small percentage will always slip through the background investigation, psychological profile, and even the polygraph. There are dirtbag plumbers & carpenters too, but it's not nearly as newsworthy.
     
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  6. John Watson

    John Watson

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    Wood chipper time! Of course after due prices.
     
  7. Kevinr20

    Kevinr20

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    I'd wager that there are less criminals in the LEO profession than most. Lock the pos up.
     
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    fastbolt

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    Well, when you amass a "lengthy" disciplinary record in only 5 years, at some point you have to wonder when the agency may put itself at risk for a "negative retention" suit. :headscratch:

    https://heavy.com/news/2019/08/solomon-nhiwatiwa/

    Raise the standards for applicants. Sure, everything happening in society may be making law enforcement a difficult profession when it comes to attracting qualified candidates right now, but lowering standards for hiring and retention (especially during probation) isn't doing anyone any favors. Apply stringent standards to the background investigation process. Don't hire idiots and crooks.
     
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  9. Jonesee

    Jonesee

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    In one of the articles it said he was driving a BMW X6.
    How does a cop afford a $70,000 - $100,000+ car?
     
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  10. IamtheNRA

    IamtheNRA

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    Either he leased it or he's on the take.
     
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  11. snerd

    snerd Horselover Fat

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    And only with probably cause.
     
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  12. Bruce M

    Bruce M

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    I wonder if any of his training officers and/or peers perhaps had a consistently differing opinion as to whether he should have been employed compared to the opinion of management.
     
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    You can pick them up used low mileage under 40k
     
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    Had a guy that FBI popped in an undercover coke deal/run. Not a single person that knew him was surprised. Sleazebags in every profession.
     
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  15. PennsWoods

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    Let's lower recruitment standards, ditch the polygraph, try to recruit based on factors nothing to do with the job, and see what happens. What could go wrong?

    Oh wait, things like this could go wrong.
     
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  16. Geeorge

    Geeorge Sarcasm Inc.

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    Man I saw his name I wonder where he immigrated from?, Just sling him back from 10,000 ft
     
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    Overtime or off duty. It is fairly easy to make over $100K, even easier if you are young and single and don't have a wife or kid at home.
     
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  18. WayneJessie

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    I think he’s a symptom and not the actual problem. I’m in no way implying that he’s some sort of victim. He needs his day in court and if found guilty he should be sentenced to serve in general population just like anyone else.
    What I am saying is that so many good people have gotten the hell out of Law Enforcement that many agencies have had to greatly lower standards to hire anyone. Can anyone really blame good men and women leaving law enforcement? When good people leave they’re often replaced by warm bodies. That’s true in any occupation.
    In any event, this scumbag is going to learn what it means to be sexually assaulted and abused. Being ex-LEO is strike 1; being ex-LEO child predator is strike 2; being ex-LEO Child predator in general population is strike 3.
    They’re probably going to find him in his cell with a sheet around his neck somewhere down the road.
     
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  19. Will Beararms

    Will Beararms Millennium Member

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    This guy should have never been passed through in the first place. He is no reflection on LE.
     
  20. ithaca_deerslayer

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    I wonder if any rules bent or standards lowered to hire him.

    I wonder because of the enormous pressure in some professions to lower standards to get more minorities.
     
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