corrupt law enforcement in crossville

corrupt law enforcement in crossville

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annomous also harrassed

Crossville, TN

#1 Oct 4, 2012
i assume law enforcement is in a dither over the corruption in our judicial system and finacial blues. and although the drug dealers(and cant be caught)are right in their face,and habitual offenders seem to get off easier then most. it has been brought to my attention our local law enforcement would rather drag in first time offenders and make their life hell with continous harrassment to make their quota. i am doing a school paper on our corrupt law enforcement and would appreciate some feed back. Thank You sincerely.
ethicalenforcer

Crossville, TN

#2 Oct 4, 2012
Why dont u find the Videos of Policing for Profit on You tube. it shows clips from News Channel five investigations, where the drug task forces in tennessee were fighting over who was going to get the drug money confisgated from the west side of the highway. I think there are several cases of money being taken, unjustly, because the cops knew they could get away with it. This also goes on in Crossville.
annomous also harrassed wrote:
i assume law enforcement is in a dither over the corruption in our judicial system and finacial blues. and although the drug dealers(and cant be caught)are right in their face,and habitual offenders seem to get off easier then most. it has been brought to my attention our local law enforcement would rather drag in first time offenders and make their life hell with continous harrassment to make their quota. i am doing a school paper on our corrupt law enforcement and would appreciate some feed back. Thank You sincerely.
What I Know

Crossville, TN

#3 Oct 4, 2012
So they teach in school now that you make your conclusion and THEN ask for research that proves you opinion? No wonder young people can't get jobs!
Anonymous

Crossville, TN

#4 Oct 4, 2012
just doin some research. more then interested to here both sides. as posted "brought to my attention." its a research paper no need to judge no conclusion has been made. and there comes as posted "would appreciate some feed back"
kindly

United States

#5 Oct 4, 2012
annomous also harrassed wrote:
i assume law enforcement is in a dither over the corruption in our judicial system and finacial blues. and although the drug dealers(and cant be caught)are right in their face,and habitual offenders seem to get off easier then most. it has been brought to my attention our local law enforcement would rather drag in first time offenders and make their life hell with continous harrassment to make their quota. i am doing a school paper on our corrupt law enforcement and would appreciate some feed back. Thank You sincerely.
They don't have "quotas." Research prior to concluding assertive opinions.
xxxxxx

Crossville, TN

#7 Oct 5, 2012
They sure do have a quota.weather it is for personal evaluations or the department. how do you think they follow progress? whether the officer is doing their job or the station/department. they can not simply rely on confinscation or illegal seziure. funding is not pulled from a hat.
Longbow

United States

#8 Oct 5, 2012
xxxxxx wrote:
They sure do have a quota.weather it is for personal evaluations or the department. how do you think they follow progress? whether the officer is doing their job or the station/department. they can not simply rely on confinscation or illegal seziure. funding is not pulled from a hat.
no quotas. funds come from taxes. when they right tickets, very little of it actually goes to the department
lanie

Crossville, TN

#9 Oct 5, 2012
they dont operate by federal standards, rules, or by the guidelines for victims rights, dont monitor domestics, mail, or anything else. they just hold people in that overpriced jail, and wait till they end up having to pay court costs, what a screwed up system.They say they are not the phone police. its funny other places monitor the calls inmates make especially when they are told not to. the sheriffs department only works when it is time to draw guns on retards and dont even go by the rules then.
annomous also harrassed wrote:
i assume law enforcement is in a dither over the corruption in our judicial system and finacial blues. and although the drug dealers(and cant be caught)are right in their face,and habitual offenders seem to get off easier then most. it has been brought to my attention our local law enforcement would rather drag in first time offenders and make their life hell with continous harrassment to make their quota. i am doing a school paper on our corrupt law enforcement and would appreciate some feed back. Thank You sincerely.
des

United States

#10 Oct 5, 2012
lanie wrote:
they dont operate by federal standards, rules, or by the guidelines for victims rights, dont monitor domestics, mail, or anything else. they just hold people in that overpriced jail, and wait till they end up having to pay court costs, what a screwed up system.They say they are not the phone police. its funny other places monitor the calls inmates make especially when they are told not to. the sheriffs department only works when it is time to draw guns on retards and dont even go by the rules then.
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sounds like someone didnt have a good time in jail? lol
Prince

Huntsville, AL

#11 Oct 5, 2012
Longbow wrote:
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no quotas. funds come from taxes. when they right tickets, very little of it actually goes to the department
So if they only get a little then it could be argued they more if they write more tickets. Volume seems to be the key.
Longbow

United States

#12 Oct 5, 2012
Prince wrote:
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So if they only get a little then it could be argued they more if they write more tickets. Volume seems to be the key.
, they would have to write enormous amount of tickets, which would then would cause the cops to lose their ticketing privileges, so that argument wouldnt work
bianca smut

Crossville, TN

#13 Oct 6, 2012
Before people had the right to refuse a search of their purse. The last 2 times I had a run-in with the city police, once was a mistaken identity and when they asked to search my purse I said no so he asked me to put my purse on the back of his cruiser. The second I did he handcuffed me and searched my purse any way. He let me go because I was not the person he was looking for but that sounds corrupt to me. The second run-in not to long after the first one, was something very similar. This time it was my phone and purse they wanted to look at as I was coming out of a different business. Again I said no and the police did it anyways. Again they let me leave because I had nothing on my phone or in my purse incriminating. Just like I never will have because I don't do anything wrong or hang out with a bad crowd. Me, my boyfriend, and my friends are quiet boring people. Our pastime is watching the newest movies. Pretty much it. Of course a week or so later I drove from a store to a house that was 2 blocks away. Pulling into my house a cop pulled me over because on this one occasion I did not have my seatbelt on. I had my license and insurance and registration and since I was home he didn't give me a ticket but did ask if I had a record. I said no because I do not but to be asked if I had one??? That's insulting. Idk if perhaps someone looks similar to me or if the cops are being complete harassing pricks but the next incident I'm recording w/my iPhone and talking to an attorney.
Bama Pride

Crossville, TN

#14 Oct 6, 2012
They good cops, they bad cops and they some right in the middle. If you bein harrassed or done dirt by one these bad ones, tuen they asses in for dat shit. Don't put em all down as a whole over one or two bad apples.
Just curious

Crossville, TN

#15 Oct 7, 2012
annomous also harrassed wrote:
and although the drug dealers(and cant be caught)are right in their face,and habitual offenders seem to get off easier then most. it has been brought to my attention our local law enforcement would rather drag in first time offenders and make their life hell with continous harrassment to make their quota. i am doing a school paper on our corrupt law enforcement and would appreciate some feed back. Thank You sincerely.
One possible answer is that the officers are just as sick and tired of arresting the same people over and over only to have some higher in the chain or in the judicial sector let them go. How frustrating would it be to do your job (along with all of the paperwork) only to have it dismissed. Maybe you should include the judges in your research. Remember, it's not the police that decide who "gets off".

Also, there is no quota. Ticket writing is such a small portion of what officers do. Perhaps you could research the amount of time spent ticket writing in comparison to other calls, such as domestics, fights, etc. that could be interesting.
In the know

United States

#16 Oct 7, 2012
we do have some fine law officers and they do their jobs but what happens to their motovation when they arest a child molester who is preying on children at hardies, mcdonalds and ball fields just because he almost ninty he goes to court and guess what its put off like he bragged that it would be and hes roaming around looking at the same places for more victims It s not the police fault they did thier job. the problem goes higher than them

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