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@Sundance I think you hit the old nail on the head with option #1. I'll admit, I do know this officer and he is a great police officer, but he's also a human being. He makes mistakes just like everybody else. Just because he wears a shirt to work with patches on the sleeves and a badge & gun, doesn't make him mistake-proof! The same could be said for the young lady that raised the complaint against him. I'm pretty sure that SHE'S made some mistakes.
In fact, I've been sitting here wondering why she's no longer the city clerk at the city of Porterdale? Did she quit? Did she retire? Was she run off? (My son-in-law says that's spelled R-U-N-N-O-F-T LOL)
Seriously, why did she go from making around $35-$40,000 year to owning a business with debt and a salary of maybe $5-$10,000 year?
Hmmmmm, inquiring minds want to know !!!!!
I've always been amazed at certain things like, people that know absolutely nothing (or at least a miniscule amount) about police work, police agencies or municipal operations in general, talking about what cities and counties OUGHT to do, and how they would be better off?! Well sir, this ain't California and the scenario you just furnished will never work here.
First of all, the GOOD citizens of Porterdale love their police department and want their police department. The BAD citizens, and there are only a few, do not want it so that they can party and steal and drive any old way they want to. The Newton County Sheriff's Office is already so short-handed that they can barely cover their own territory. NCSO does NOT want Porterdale. The citizens do NOT want the NCSO policing their village.
If a local police department is going to be successful fighting crime in its community, it has to be IN the community day in and day out and it has to know its citizens. If you're easing through town at 45 mph without stopping, that doesn't work. The Porterdale officers know their residents, the good ones and the bad ones, and the citizens know them.
And, just in case you're out of touch with reality, they don't have the same officers or the same Police Chief that they had 2 years ago. There's been a complete turnover, save one, and there have been 9 or more new programs initiated and at least a 300% improvement in the agency.
You wouldn't get that kind of personal service with one deputy, sir.
WOW! Don't you look like a total fool now?!
Looks like you jumped the gun DAWG. LOL!!! Read much? The elements of this crime dictate that there must also be a minimum of $500.00 in damages to a computer and/or a network in order for this to be a crime. In addition, there is ONE thing there must always be...criminal intent. In this case, there is none. I think you and your crew need to keep your comments to yourselves until the investigation is complete, it'll save you from looking anymore silly than you already do.
The Explorer group is owned by the Boy Scouts of America, an only sponsored by various occupational entities. The space was donated to the Explorers by the owner of the Lofts for temporary use and they were not "given" anything.
"What's right is right and what's right is wrong" You drinking again?
OK Fishy, Tell us everything you know about the PD in Porterdale....
There's a BIG difference. Your analogy sucks.
The ONLY businesses I know of that secure their wireless, are businesses that protect data that's on their computers, like City Hall, Police, Accountants, Law Firms, etc... Places like Coffee Shops, restaurants, Atlanta Bread, etc... you just walk in and start using it, you don't need no stinkin' password?! Moron.
I'm sorry folks, I having a hard enough time paying for my OWN healthcare coverage, I can't pay for these lazy mules that don't want to get out and work for a living (cough, Greenacres, cough..). OUR insurance, by the way, happens to be the cheapest we could get away with, which means our deductables are sky high. Guess if something happens, best if it all happens on the same day!
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