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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Ohio Cop, Jan 10, 2019.
We should keep in mind the current governing principle that laws and rules are for non-progressives. Cases in point- Hillary's felonies concerning her e-mails and the Obama admin
spying on the Trump campaign.
Who are they going to call if he doesn’t comply? A cop? Oh wait.
I did that once at a hospital when the nurse wasn’t giving me information on a shooting and she called security. I asked her... who are you going to call? The police? Guess what, I’m already here.
The wrong person was escorted out of that school. That principal needs to be disciplined. F*** her, and her entitlement mentality.
I don't know state laws, but the lined space between the HP spots should have the same penalty. This can block the people from opening their doors wide and accessing wheel chairs, etc.
Handicapped parking law is mandated by state law because Federal law mandates they do so. He has every authority to enforce that law and they can’t stop him.
We’ve had stores call and say we didn’t need to write tickets there they would handle it. “Sorry, it’s a state law and we will handle enforcement, not the management”.
It is part of the handicapped spot and is enforceable as a handicapped violation.
I am going to go out on a limb and say that Trump is not their president.
Who was the officer an employee of? The school or the P.D./S.O.?
Who assigned him to that location?
Ok evidently it was the school superintendent that ordered administrators to remove the officer.
Why didn't the superintendent deal with the officers dept. Instead of employing this heavy handed tactic? If he wanted the officer removed he should have contacted the dept. And had them reassign him elsewhere.
Don't know about Ohio but in Florida the SRO program is generally through the S.O. And the Sheriff would take a dim view of the superintendents action.
Never mind, see above
I can't believe this isn't being shouted from the rooftops by the P.D. involved. The union head and police chief need to be commenting, publicly, about how the law should apply to everyone, equally, and that the school district is setting a bad example for an entire generation of kids that they're supposed to be teaching.
The fact that someone as influential as a principal broke the law, and then acts indignant about it, is alarming. The fact that the school district isn't doing something about it is even more alarming. The district superintendent needs to fire her, asap, to prove a point to the children of his district.
A citizen does not have the authority, nor the obligations that a police officer does. A police officer cannot be ordered off a school property while performing their lawful functions, while a citizen has no protected duties on school property other than to deal with the issues of their minor children who directly attend the school, voting, and a few other explicit functions.
The District Superintendent and the Chief of Police should have an immediate meeting or telephone call and discuss this issue in private. The Superintendent should ream the Principal a new one and the Chief can correct whatever issues exist with his/her employee's performance.
These sorts of issues should not reach visible fits of distemper in the public forum.
Thar was my take on it until I reread the story. Apparently it was the superintendent who sent school officials to the school to escort the officer from the premises.
Guys, there might be more to this story that just a ticket.
The SRO and the principal may have had issues in the past where the officer took it up a notch.
The silence by certain officials might signal this.
It’s a wait and see kind of thing
It is certainly possible there is more to the story. But that doesn't explain the superintendents action without going thru the officers dept.
There's got to be some backstory and history. These things don't just blow up out of the blue (handicapped parking space color ).
Next we'll hear how the principal complains about receiving a tag for a moving violation once she's off campus ...
I have found many female elementary school principals to believe that they are god on their campus and laws don’t apply to them , so much so that they seem to be very immature in their ability to relate to adults doing grown up things.
I would bet it is as reported and she is a flaming cow
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Article say, "Within one hour, the superintendent had ordered two administrators to go to Jefferson and escort the SRO off the property," said Michael Stabile, with the Warren police union."
I imagine (under Ohio Law) he either leaves or gets hit with trespass. Fortunately he left without incident.
Scott Israel (suspended today BTW), problems would pale in comparison if a shooting broke out after they kicked him off the property.