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Professionalism Required

Chicago, IL

#21 Feb 7, 2014
The taxpayers can not afford any more lawsuits resulting from unprofessional behavior in any department.
Let Go

Chicago, IL

#23 Feb 8, 2014
nice diversion tactic wrote:
I like how anytime there is a question, some Biip changes the subject on the post. Let's get back to these officers. Dui crashes swept under the rug, drunk officers from other departments crashing in town and being let go ? all of the drama with these officers over sleeping with dispatchers and other women, including a certain high ranking supervisor( M.C.) who rumour has it, is sharing a bed with a certain drunkin female alderperson, the numerous complaints about certain off-duty officers' illegal drug use , in the company of gang members ? Oh yes, there are a lot of skeletons in that closet. several allegations of abuse by these supervisors. In Blue Island how did so many officers with questionable character get promoted to the positions that they are in ? There were several instances of in-fighting among officers over women, one fight even involved two MARRIED officers fighting over the same dispatcher that they were both allegedly sleeping with. Both of those officers are now supervisors. A few have been arrested but not convicted of beating their wives, oh yes they are pillars of the community, and you ask why an officer is not investigated over tasing a guy who pushed him? I'm not sticking up for sgt schultz but out of the bunch of supervisors in control right now, he is the least of the city's worries when it comes to lawsuits. This all started with peloquin but it hasn't been stopped by the biips, if anything it has gotten way out of control, It is time to clean house. Vargas needs to call in someone to investigate his own police department like he did with the payroll thing. ha ha you know who you are and your day is coming
Could it be, you were an employee that they let go after you made a foolish decision to leave the great P.D. Dept. for a better position that was obviously not a secure position. Continue to let out all of P.D.'s skeletons, have to say very interesting.
spin doctor

Orland Park, IL

#24 Feb 8, 2014
Let Go wrote:
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Could it be, you were an employee that they let go after you made a foolish decision to leave the great P.D. Dept. for a better position that was obviously not a secure position. Continue to let out all of P.D.'s skeletons, have to say very interesting.
again with the diversions. Why does everyone who blows the whistle on anything crooked in B.I. automatically become a disgruntled former employee ? ha ha, now I wonder ? is monitoring this topix forum part of your job description or are you just paranoid that some truths may actually come out ? Keep fishing . I still receive a paycheck and it has never been from the " Great P.D. Dept." as you call it. I am not a disgruntled employee, just a disgusted citizen who's seen enough of the nonsense. Blue Island was such a great place to live and work and now it's been turned into a third world country, with some real CORNY leaders, I might ad. Go back to subway, you are packing on the lbs again.
Acquiantance

United States

#25 Feb 8, 2014
spin doctor wrote:
<quoted text> again with the diversions. Why does everyone who blows the whistle on anything crooked in B.I. automatically become a disgruntled former employee ? ha ha, now I wonder ? is monitoring this topix forum part of your job description or are you just paranoid that some truths may actually come out ? Keep fishing . I still receive a paycheck and it has never been from the " Great P.D. Dept." as you call it. I am not a disgruntled employee, just a disgusted citizen who's seen enough of the nonsense. Blue Island was such a great place to live and work and now it's been turned into a third world country, with some real CORNY leaders, I might ad. Go back to subway, you are packing on the lbs again.
Seems as you think you know everything, but you only choose to expose some things.
What are you hiding?
Do you have anything that is factual with proof? Or from this decade?
Sometimes karma hits you right in the face and some people still don't see it.
spin doctor

Orland Park, IL

#26 Feb 9, 2014
Acquiantance wrote:
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Seems as you think you know everything, but you only choose to expose some things.
What are you hiding?
Do you have anything that is factual with proof? Or from this decade?
Sometimes karma hits you right in the face and some people still don't see it.
oh I know many many things and I have nothing to hide. Factual ? I have many witnesses and in some cases police reports and pictures which never got properly destroyed or buried. Karma ? I think you are the one who needs to be careful, your comment insinuates that I am dishonest and have something to hide, another B.I. tactic to discredit anyone who dares question the almighty machine. That is a very basic defense tactic for lawyers, discredit the witness , destroy his/her character so no one believes the witness. Nice try. More to come, I have a journal full of information, dates,times, names,, maybe I will start sending my correspondence to the mayors office and the news, I'm sure some investigative reporters following you guys around will make you happy. Your intimidation tactics only work on new guys, sorry. more to come. 1st amendment is a great thing
Simply

Chicago, IL

#27 Feb 9, 2014
Professionalism Required wrote:
The taxpayers can not afford any more lawsuits resulting from unprofessional behavior in any department.
Intolerable.
Juicy

Chicago, IL

#28 Feb 9, 2014
spin doctor wrote:
<quoted text> oh I know many many things and I have nothing to hide. Factual ? I have many witnesses and in some cases police reports and pictures which never got properly destroyed or buried. Karma ? I think you are the one who needs to be careful, your comment insinuates that I am dishonest and have something to hide, another B.I. tactic to discredit anyone who dares question the almighty machine. That is a very basic defense tactic for lawyers, discredit the witness , destroy his/her character so no one believes the witness. Nice try. More to come, I have a journal full of information, dates,times, names,, maybe I will start sending my correspondence to the mayors office and the news, I'm sure some investigative reporters following you guys around will make you happy. Your intimidation tactics only work on new guys, sorry. more to come. 1st amendment is a great thing
Juicy stuff, you say you have reports and pictures that never got destroyed, sounds like you were employed @ the Great P.D. dept. Did you illegally take those documents from THE CITY? Be careful, be very careful.
Ball Drop

Chicago, IL

#29 Feb 9, 2014
Professionalism Required wrote:
The taxpayers can not afford any more lawsuits resulting from unprofessional behavior in any department.
To many ball droppers, in positions where they never should have been in the first place.
Straight Talk

Alsip, IL

#30 Feb 9, 2014
Ball Drop wrote:
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To many ball droppers, in positions where they never should have been in the first place.
Ball Lickers
really

United States

#31 Feb 9, 2014
Officer we hhis name is its not his first time usein force he hit someones face 15 at the time againt the cop car yea officer I remember ur stupid ass busting my sis lil against the cop car nd not doin anythin to those white hoes who started the whole problem hope ur badge gets taken away nd hope u lose ur job for being a dick sucker
really

United States

#32 Feb 9, 2014
Don't forget 2 bi officers killed mr marique nd btw when u need a cop simply call dunkin donuts since that's were there at all the time
spin doctor

Orland Park, IL

#33 Feb 11, 2014
Juicy wrote:
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Juicy stuff, you say you have reports and pictures that never got destroyed, sounds like you were employed @ the Great P.D. dept. Did you illegally take those documents from THE CITY? Be careful, be very careful.
nope, nothing illegal, not employed there and some documents were given to me and some are on file at other departments. The pictures, yes I have seen but do not own, they are also someone else's personal property. Thanks for the warning to be careful but again, a diversion to make it look like I did something wrong? it's getting rather old. The reports and photos are out there and have been, for some time, and have been seen by many, I do not possess them so tell the goon squad not to come kick my doors down at 4:30 a.m., they won't find anything but a couple of very large rottweilers and a very old but capable woman and her husband, a retired U.S. Marine. Semper Fi !
Wow

Chicago, IL

#34 Mar 29, 2014
Professionalism Required wrote:
The taxpayers can not afford any more lawsuits resulting from unprofessional behavior in any department.
STUDENT ATTACKED BY 6 COPS FOR BUYING WATER IS NOW SUING FOR $40 MILLION

University of Virginia student Elizabeth Daly was terrorized and spent a night in jail for the crime of buying bottled water. She's now suing the state for $40 million.

What happened? Daly had just got back into her car after buying bottled water, ice cream, and cookie dough from a Harris Teeter store. She and two roommates had made plans to bake cookies for a charity fundraiser the next day.

When six men and women approached her car in the darkened parking lot and began banging on the windows, she panicked. They were plain-clothes Alcoholic Beverage Control agents who suspected that her 12-pack of LaCroix canned water was actually beer.

Police admit that one of the agents jumped on the hood of Daly's car and that one of them drew a gun. "We became frightened, as they were not in anything close to a uniform," Daly says, explaining that the officers did eventually show badges but they were "not clearly visible or readable."

"I couldn't put my windows down unless I started my car, and when I started my car they began yelling to not move the car, not to start the car, Daly stated. "They began trying to break the windows. My roommates and I were ... terrified."

Daly thought she and her roommates were under attack, and she started driving in an attempt to flee.

She was arrested and jailed overnight, and charged with three felonies: assaulting two officers (whom she grazed with her car) and eluding police. The charges against Daly were later dropped and her record was cleared. But she's now suing the state and seven ABC agents for $40 million, according to the Richmond Time-Despatch. Her lawsuit alleges malicious prosecution, assault and battery, and failure to properly train agents.

"The agents acted with actual malice, out of embarrassment and disgrace for their own intentional and grossly negligent acts and charged (Daly) with three felonies and did so out of anger and personal spite," her lawsuit alleges.

Daly has suffered acutely from the trauma of the incident. Her lawsuit states that she has a hand tremor, intense anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

The ABC's own investigation has admitted wrongdoing, finding that two of the agents broke the rules by drawing a gun and breaking Daly's window with a flashlight. The agency says it has taken "corrective action" but has declined to say how.

Via CBS.
Results

Chicago, IL

#35 Mar 30, 2014
Wow wrote:
<quoted text>
STUDENT ATTACKED BY 6 COPS FOR BUYING WATER IS NOW SUING FOR $40 MILLION
University of Virginia student Elizabeth Daly was terrorized and spent a night in jail for the crime of buying bottled water. She's now suing the state for $40 million.
What happened? Daly had just got back into her car after buying bottled water, ice cream, and cookie dough from a Harris Teeter store. She and two roommates had made plans to bake cookies for a charity fundraiser the next day.
When six men and women approached her car in the darkened parking lot and began banging on the windows, she panicked. They were plain-clothes Alcoholic Beverage Control agents who suspected that her 12-pack of LaCroix canned water was actually beer.
Police admit that one of the agents jumped on the hood of Daly's car and that one of them drew a gun. "We became frightened, as they were not in anything close to a uniform," Daly says, explaining that the officers did eventually show badges but they were "not clearly visible or readable."
"I couldn't put my windows down unless I started my car, and when I started my car they began yelling to not move the car, not to start the car, Daly stated. "They began trying to break the windows. My roommates and I were ... terrified."
Daly thought she and her roommates were under attack, and she started driving in an attempt to flee.
She was arrested and jailed overnight, and charged with three felonies: assaulting two officers (whom she grazed with her car) and eluding police. The charges against Daly were later dropped and her record was cleared. But she's now suing the state and seven ABC agents for $40 million, according to the Richmond Time-Despatch. Her lawsuit alleges malicious prosecution, assault and battery, and failure to properly train agents.
"The agents acted with actual malice, out of embarrassment and disgrace for their own intentional and grossly negligent acts and charged (Daly) with three felonies and did so out of anger and personal spite," her lawsuit alleges.
Daly has suffered acutely from the trauma of the incident. Her lawsuit states that she has a hand tremor, intense anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The ABC's own investigation has admitted wrongdoing, finding that two of the agents broke the rules by drawing a gun and breaking Daly's window with a flashlight. The agency says it has taken "corrective action" but has declined to say how.
Via CBS.
The results of obvious poor training.
Costly Mistakes

Chicago, IL

#36 Mar 30, 2014
Charges dropped against mom arrested for breastfeeding and drinking
Mar 27th 2014 3:20PM

Charges Dropped Against Woman Arrested for Breastfeeding and ...

Should a mother be able to drink alcohol while breastfeeding her child? "Good Morning America" considered that question after a mom in Arkansas was arrested for doing just that.

Back in November, Tasha Adams stopped to have dinner and a few drinks with her parents.

'I had a beer and then I had another one later on.'

But that's not what off-duty server Jackie Conners says she saw. Conners said that Adams consumed 'drink after drink.'

'Just seeing something like that and seeing a baby that can't speak for itself having a parent do something like that is just unacceptable.'

Conners called police to report that Adams was drinking and breastfeeding, and officers arrived at the restaurant around 11 that evening.

'I didn't know that it was illegal,' Adams said.

Turns out- it isn't. Arkansas state law says nothing about the legality of drinking and breastfeeding. However, Adams was arrested and jailed for endangering the welfare of a child.

WebProNews reports that last week, the city attorney dropped the charge because there wasn't enough evidence to suggest Adams was too drunk to care for her baby.

'I'll say it until the day I die. I was sober enough to breastfeed my kid.'

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, just one alcoholic drink won't likely harm your baby when you breastfeed. However, the organization does advise against long-term, repeated drinking when breastfeeding.

As for Conners, she was fired from her server position a week after calling the cops on Adams. She tells ABC, though, if she had the chance to make the call again, she would.
Yes

Chicago, IL

#37 Mar 30, 2014
Turns out good leadership with proper training for all could have prevented the costly mistakes detailed above. Are mistakes of this kind made in Blue Island?:( Yes.
Mr Gonzales

New Lenox, IL

#38 Mar 30, 2014
Where was Col Klink during this whole mess?

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