#27 Nov 18, 2006
The only thing I don't understand is how both sides of the issue are so narrow-minded and juvenile. It seems that if their were to have been any progress it would have more than likely come out of compromise of both the police department and the sheriff's office.
As far as the name calling and childish threats, I would hope that sane adults would not resort to such measures. A true professional would handle them selves with dignity and integrity and not stoop to the level of his detractors. I had put in for the position of Chief of Police, but I am thankful now that through God's good grace I didnít get the position and that I don't have to deal with such attitudes as those coming from throughout your small community.
You have around 1,500 people living an area approximately 45 square mile (this does not include the portion of the county controlled by the Fort Benning Military Reservation. What amazes me is that you cannot see that change is inevitable and that what was happening was something that has happened in most progressive and successful counties in this state. But I know that most people are afraid of change and that also explains why the sheriff has been in power for so long.
Given his budget the sheriff could provide three to four deputy coverage at all times for the county if some priorities and egos were changed. I just hope that there will be presence of mind within the new government to realize that things can be done different than they were ten, twenty or even thirty years ago. Fresh minds and ideas are what made this country and state great, but it because of the attitudes like those of some of your residents that enable areas to stagnate then wither and eventually fade away.
#28 Nov 19, 2006
Evidently you are not to sane, If you were Sane you would not even considered a Police Chief's application and or resume you would have applied at Cusseta-Chattahoochee County Sheriff's Department instead. Or is it that you are not even qualified to apply at either?
#29 Nov 19, 2006
I'm rather certain that every applicant was told that the job might not last past January so it should not come as a surprise that when the time came to choose, there were so few to choose from. I recall being told that one qualified applicant wanted $60K with a ten-year contract; I don't blame him for he would have quit a good job with the state to work here.
Now it's certain enough that the jobs of chief, patrolman, dispatcher, et al will be eliminated on January 2nd, so it might be the best choice of those involved to seek employment elsewhere, turen in the county's equipment and quietly ride off into the sunset before that day arrives, and we will do our best to forget they were ever here.
#30 Jul 26, 2016
And most of the cops are crooks just like any whee u go. But the main thing is who save our lives. Who leaves their family to come and check on strangers they deserve real respect ppl don't realize they leave work they get out of bed at all times and never complain. They need the county to back them up and as far as I'm concern cops are cops.
#31 Jul 26, 2016
You should have never beat Whitney like you did and the cops wouldn't have to be called.
Nothing but gray back thug you are!!
#32 Jul 26, 2016
You are a photo also!! If you were supposed boneheads would pay for it you could have an ambulance service.
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