Chief of Police wants community feedback

Chief of Police wants community feedback

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Citizen

United States

#1 Feb 27, 2013
For starters, all police officers must be healthy, strong and of good character. Now, if you look at some of these officers, some of them cannot run if their life depended on it. This is a small community, and we all know most of the police force on a personal level. I'm not going to give names but some of the female officers feel they are above others, and demand that civilians give them special treatment because they are officers. There are some officers that intimidate the community just by the way they handle themselves. In my opinion, all officers should start by being responsible citizens before they are police officers. Yes, responsible citizens. For example how many of these officers are up to date on their property taxes? How many of these officers have liens filed against them? How many of these officers have judgments filed against them? How many officers have had their vehicles repossed? The same goes for Customs Agents and Border Patrol Agents. Civilian employees at LAFB are required to have a good credit score. Does the credit score of DRPD officers get checked? Why does this matter? It just does, if you cannot handle your debts, and are irresponsible, how can I trust you to be there when I need you.
Citizen

United States

#2 Feb 27, 2013
True. An officer should lead by example. Yet the other day I saw and officer (off duty) picking up his child from daycare and sitting him one, his lap behind the steering wheel. I was shocked! Yet the want to cite others for the same offense. now how about mr. mc allen he came in to my work a few weeks ago wanting to talk to the person in charge. I asked him who he was and from where and voided my question by asking me again who was in charge. He was not in uniform, as another staff told me he was an investigator. Least to say he was rude and cocky
Power trip

United States

#3 Feb 27, 2013
Citizen wrote:
True. An officer should lead by example. Yet the other day I saw and officer (off duty) picking up his child from daycare and sitting him one, his lap behind the steering wheel. I was shocked! Yet the want to cite others for the same offense. now how about mr. mc allen he came in to my work a few weeks ago wanting to talk to the person in charge. I asked him who he was and from where and voided my question by asking me again who was in charge. He was not in uniform, as another staff told me he was an investigator. Least to say he was rude and cocky
While visitiing my Dad at the hospital, I witnessed how Ronzina Adauto dressed in civilian clothes was told by one of the employees that she should not block the entrance to a room, and in a rather loud voice, she responded "Don't you know who I am"?, and preceded to laugh outloud when the hospital employee did not know what to respond. These are the type of officers that are padded on the back and given promotions to.
zigzag

Muskegon, MI

#4 Feb 27, 2013
What about Mark Crosby?
Mary

Del Rio, TX

#5 Feb 27, 2013
Citizen wrote:
True. An officer should lead by example. Yet the other day I saw and officer (off duty) picking up his child from daycare and sitting him one, his lap behind the steering wheel. I was shocked! Yet the want to cite others for the same offense. now how about mr. mc allen he came in to my work a few weeks ago wanting to talk to the person in charge. I asked him who he was and from where and voided my question by asking me again who was in charge. He was not in uniform, as another staff told me he was an investigator. Least to say he was rude and cocky
He is the rudest of them all, and they made him a captain! What were they thinking.
Mary

Del Rio, TX

#6 Feb 27, 2013
Power trip wrote:
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While visitiing my Dad at the hospital, I witnessed how Ronzina Adauto dressed in civilian clothes was told by one of the employees that she should not block the entrance to a room, and in a rather loud voice, she responded "Don't you know who I am"?, and preceded to laugh outloud when the hospital employee did not know what to respond. These are the type of officers that are padded on the back and given promotions to.
All promoted to Captains! What are they thinking!
Ram

Del Rio, TX

#7 Feb 27, 2013
Mary wrote:
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He is the rudest of them all, and they made him a captain! What were they thinking.
The chief was thinking, Hey, They are rude just like me! They will be little mini-me's in my Lollipop Guild/Kingdom!!
Ram

Del Rio, TX

#8 Feb 27, 2013
zigzag wrote:
What about Mark Crosby?
Right! Didn't he get arrested before? What a great decision from the chief!
chingo bling

Alpine, TX

#10 Feb 27, 2013
Steve webb is bad anybody got dirt on him
kingpin

Denver, CO

#11 Feb 27, 2013
This new chief needs to show what he is really about!! If he was a true chief he would not be coming out on you tube with violating peoples rights. Is this what this city wants.. LOOK UP JAMES DEBROW LAKEWAY PD. And u will know what he is all about
sup

United States

#12 Feb 27, 2013
I watched the videos. I saw an officer more cooperative than most when a citizen is being antagonistic. (Not saying citizen was wrong by any means, but usually LE would not be so tolerant.)
Citizen

United States

#13 Feb 28, 2013
I suggest the new Chief publishes photos of all of "OUR" police officers. I say "OUR" because as tax payers, we pay their salaries. I want a picture, name, their title, their educational background, their military background if any and how long they have been in the PD. I need to know what qualifies these individuals to be police officers. If my life is in the hands of these officers, I want to make sure they qualify to be there.
wow

United States

#14 Feb 28, 2013
Citizen wrote:
I suggest the new Chief publishes photos of all of "OUR" police officers. I say "OUR" because as tax payers, we pay their salaries. I want a picture, name, their title, their educational background, their military background if any and how long they have been in the PD. I need to know what qualifies these individuals to be police officers. If my life is in the hands of these officers, I want to make sure they qualify to be there.
You are such an idiot. What QUALIFIES you to be so demanding? If you want to know what the police officers quals and backgrounds are, why don't u ask them yourself? Better yet why don't you ask yourself why these people who put their lives at risk to protect you are even being judged so negatively. When people apply to be police officers it is not to appease the assholes of the community, it's to make a difference.

You pay their salaries ? Really? Police offers pay taxes too. So enough of that nonsense. Pure ignorance.

So when someone is robbing your house or there is a shoot out at your child's elementary school, are u going to stop the officers when they get there M4's out of their patrol cars and ask them "excuse me !??....what are your qualifications, background and education to save the children's lives !?"

I didn't think so. Next time how about you keep your dick hole shut unless you are going to thank them for their selflessness.
Citizen

United States

#15 Feb 28, 2013
wow wrote:
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You are such an idiot. What QUALIFIES you to be so demanding? If you want to know what the police officers quals and backgrounds are, why don't u ask them yourself? Better yet why don't you ask yourself why these people who put their lives at risk to protect you are even being judged so negatively. When people apply to be police officers it is not to appease the assholes of the community, it's to make a difference.
You pay their salaries ? Really? Police offers pay taxes too. So enough of that nonsense. Pure ignorance.
So when someone is robbing your house or there is a shoot out at your child's elementary school, are u going to stop the officers when they get there M4's out of their patrol cars and ask them "excuse me !??....what are your qualifications, background and education to save the children's lives !?"
I didn't think so. Next time how about you keep your dick hole shut unless you are going to thank them for their selflessness.
A nerve was tickled? I would not be asking this if I did not personally know the backgrounds of some of these officers. Believe me, some DO NOT deserve the badge. Ask around, some of these officers make it a point to not be the first on a scene.
Lmao

San Antonio, TX

#17 Feb 28, 2013
Citizen wrote:
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A nerve was tickled? I would not be asking this if I did not personally know the backgrounds of some of these officers. Believe me, some DO NOT deserve the badge. Ask around, some of these officers make it a point to not be the first on a scene.
I'm gonna agree with "wow". You're an idiot. Just because you claim to know the backgrounds of a few officers doesn't mean you really know their backgrounds. I'm gonna guess that you heard rumors so you believed them. Though I will agree some of those officers are idiots and don't deserve to wear a badge but leave the investigating to the professionals. If you have a problem with the job performance of an officer then file a formal complaint to the Chief. Crying about it on topix is only gonna make you look ignorant. Stop preaching on topix like you're an activist and start taking action like a damn adult. File formal complaints. Plain and simple.
Beartaco

Del Rio, TX

#18 Feb 28, 2013
Why Did Officer Mike Mijares get the BOOT?
dot dot dot

Del Rio, TX

#19 Feb 28, 2013
Citizen wrote:
For starters, all police officers must be healthy, strong and of good character.


I agree that all law enforcement officers should be of good character, ideally. We don't live in an ideal world. We need police force and there will ALWAYS be a few bad apples mixed in with the good. That's just a fact of life. However, I would take experience over fitness any day. What makes a good officer good is his or her sense of judgment. An officer with good practical knowledge of the tx ccp and tpc is more valuable than an empty head on a muscular body. Brute strength is only good for brute force, which isn't nearly as useful as discretion and wise judgment.
Read

Houston, TX

#20 Feb 28, 2013

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Since: Feb 12

Denver, CO

#22 Mar 1, 2013
sup wrote:
I watched the videos. I saw an officer more cooperative than most when a citizen is being antagonistic.(Not saying citizen was wrong by any means, but usually LE would not be so tolerant.)
So by that rationale, any agent of the state can violate your civil rights so long as they're polite when they do so? Can you site me statute that make being antagonistic an arrestable offense? You see, we have this thing called the Constitution...you know what, nevermind.

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Since: Feb 12

Denver, CO

#23 Mar 1, 2013


For those of you that haven't seen it, here's the video.

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