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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by spdski, Dec 30, 2009.
I'm sure they will make a non-political decision and choose the best man for the job.
What a worthless mayor. What do they pay his happy *** for? He can't make the decision himself? It's only hiring one person - do it just like hiring for police officers. They don't need 25 people to hire a rookie, and a chief should be even easier because it's a known quantity.
I've said it before and I continue to say it: Seattle would like nothing more than to become a separate county or city/state. I'd also say that there will likely be a flurry of retirements leaving a huge void again.
Out of that whole "team" amd only two with ANY creditable LE experience. Several racists, I see quite a few McGinn supporters there too. What a mess.
Isn't there an established procedure for hiring the Chief?
Something other than organizing a reality tv show (minus the tv crew) to do it?
Not in Seattle, there isn't. Which begat that fool Stamper.
I feel for Seattle officers if they get a community activist as a chief (which is a good likelihood).
Dude, you are so ****ed.
Pithy yet accurate and expressive...
I don't work for Seattle have friends that do. I feel for them.
Read the names of all those organizations a few times. It's like a bad joke or a good Saturday Night Live skit.
It's an assembly of ultra-liberal and anti-police socialists.
In the words of Sam Spade,
Dude, you are so ****ed.
Welcome to Seattle - where leftist mayors pick senior LE heads by committee.
Gosh, doesn't that sound familiar from my history books?
Did I read correctly that only two of the 25 are directly connected with the officers and department the chief will oversee?
SPOG and SPMA. I also think the prosecutor should have some relevant input...
So really it's 3. :embarassed:
This is the kind of nonsense that is killing the United States.
Death by committee... I think that's how the Romans lost their republic. We're heading down that path for sure.
Well, they just lost me as an applicant. Was going to take their January test....... not anymore.
Those poor, poor SPD guys. I truly feel sorry for them. It'll be like having Bratton in Seattle, or worse.
Me too, I am calling to withdraw my application!
Three and half months later, one columnist catches on....
It would be even funnier if it wasn't so damn sad.