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The Complainant made the following allegations against Officer #1:3
1. PM 21.0102 Performance of Duty4
Complainant alleged that the officer failed to obtain, or attempt to obtain, a sample of the breath,5
blood, or urine of Suspect #1, thereby failing to perform his duties as a detective.6
2. PM 21.0102 Performance of Duty7
Complainant alleged that the officer failed to secure the clothing that was worn by the Victim8
at the time of his death, thereby failing to perform his duties as a detective.9
3. PM 21.0102 Performance of Duty10
Complainant alleged that the officer failed to perform a thorough and/or objective investigation11
into the homicide due to a bias in favor of Suspect #1.12
4. PM 21.0306 Relationships With Others13
Complainant alleges that the officer made grossly insensitive statements to her during a January14
3, 2002, meeting with her, her attorney, a deputy prosecutor, and a victim/witness coordinator.15
Specifically, the Complainant alleged that Officer #1 told her that her surviving son (the Victim’s16
older brother) faced possible misdemeanor charges connected with the incident. The17
Complainant considered such a statement insensitive in light of the tragic death of her other son18
less than a week before.
It was a stupid slogan and it should have never been printed,
but by the same token it should have never been leaked to the media.
Originally posted by memoir
What worries me isn't that this is the class slogan... but rather that the graduating class chose this and those that did were not filtered out long before graduation. Shouldn't this mind set be filtered out by psychological exams?
where was the oversight?
Originally posted by twitchy
I think they want us to be afraid of or at least in awe of law enforcement, hell take a look at the evening television shows lately, Cops, Scary police chases, Crime Shows, Forensics shows, most wanted shows, bounty hunter shows, true crimes, true investigations, cops cops cops. Look at the news lately, almost daily we see stories of police brutality, tasering of old ladies and kids, and the cops never seem to take a rap on the bean for it.
Originally posted by twitchy
You guys familiar with the Milgrams experiment?
Ordinary people, simply doing their jobs, and without any particular hostility on their part, can become agents in a terrible destructive process. Moreover, even when the destructive effects of their work become patently clear, and they are asked to carry out actions incompatible with fundamental standards of morality, relatively few people have the resources needed to resist authority.
Originally posted by yankeerose
I can not even comprehend the mentality that would allow this type of obvious aggression towards society. What ever happened to "To Protect and Serve."
(visit the link for the full news article)
Originally posted by birchtree
reply to post by scientist
S.E.R.E. by the way you should know that not only Spec Ops folks go to this but being an MP you should know so do intel officers, Piolts and some specialist fields. It is not some hardcore secret it is a survival school for people who could end up behind enemy lines. It stands For Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape.