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Albuquerque, NM - APD Chief Ray Schultz tells KOAT Channel 7's "Chat With The Chief" that under some circumstances it's OK for Albuquerque P.D. Officers to lie, ex. to protect another officer.

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APD Chief Ray Schultz tells KOAT Channel 7's "Chat With The Chief" that under some circumstances it's OK for Albuquerque P.D. Officers to lie, ex. to protect another officer.

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“Poor Boy, Long Way From Home”

Since: Feb 11

Need To Know Basis

#1 Apr 3, 2011
I couldn't believe my ears this morning, April 3, 2011, between 6:30 a.m. and 7:00 a.m., when the KOAT Channel 7 News woman Anchor and the male Weatherman, stated not once, but twice, during different parts of the broadcast during a conversation about April 3rd being National Tell a Lie Day, that Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz had stated during his last interview with Chat with the Chief that it is OK for Albuquerque Police Officers to lie under some circumstances, one of those circumstances being to protect another officer. I think most people just assume that's always going to happen, but when the Chief of Police gets on the airwaves and announces that to the whole world then you know the problems at Albuquerque P.D. are from the top down and probably
because of the attitudes of those in the higher echelons. See the excellent US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice Studies:

"How Police Supervisory Styles Influence Patrol Officer Behavior", Publication No. NCJ194078

"Satisfaction With Police-What Matters?",
Publication No. NCJ194077

"Factors That Influence Public Opinion of the Police", Publication No. NCJ197925

http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij
ZIAmouth

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Apr 3, 2011
Its second nature for cops to lie especially given its part of law enforcement culture. They live in the criminal "justice" world where winning and losing is the name of the game.

Its also a common tactic used during interrogations. The stupidest thing a person can do is talk to law enforcement. In a word "DON"T". EVER. Demand a lawyer being present or if the situation is one where you're unsure what's going on, then simply state you have nothing to say or you know anything,(even if you do). They are not there to "help" anyone but themselves.

“Go Away!”

Since: Mar 10

ABQ Far NE Heights

#3 Apr 6, 2011
I guess that's why Officer Angelo Lovato was only cited for leaving the scene of an accident, and not disciplined or charged with giving a civilian a false police report, obstruction of justice, tampering with evidence, etc. Can you imagine what a field day defense lawyers are going to have with this guy?! Why on earth did he do this? Anyone can have an accident, but the coverup is much worse than
the little fender-bender he was in.
dpb

Westcliffe, CO

#4 Apr 7, 2011
In my experience they are all lying POS -- goes with the territory. Phque the lying pig bastards.
CornDogz

Carrollton, TX

#5 Apr 7, 2011
dpb wrote:
In my experience they are all lying POS -- goes with the territory. Phque the lying pig bastards.
"In my experience...", now that is amusing. Tell us about your experience(s) with LEO's oh pillar of the rural community...

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