Officer accused of having sex with .....

Officer accused of having sex with .....

There are 318 comments on the Observer story from Mar 12, 2010, titled Officer accused of having sex with ...... In it, Observer reports that:

A Dunkirk man who was a corrections officer has been arrested after allegedly having sex with some of the inmates.

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disgusted

United States

#268 Jul 13, 2012
LOL. I know he had a donkey at one time. When his wife booted him, he took the video camera. Go figure.
GWF1960

Dunkirk, NY

#269 Aug 18, 2012
Hey Coprelative you need to do some serious research- your facts are all wrong. I know the real facts because I am one of those Corrections Officers(ok. guards) that you refer to as overpayed dummies with no aerrest powers above the average citizen. First we can make arrest if we actually see the crime happen where police can make arrests based on a complaint only- they don't need to see the crime happen. Secondly if working in NYS prisons is as easy as you say then take the test and become one of us. I nhave worked SingSing,attica,Oneida,Collins and Lakeview. Given the laws that bind us and benefit the inmates in this state the last thing this job is is easy.I deal with the worst people society has to offer on a daily basis so the last thing I am is overpayed. Oh! by the way you're welcome. Lastly did I mention that I am also college educated so if I were not doing this job I would still be employed. By the way where did you say you work?
randy b
#270 Aug 18, 2012
GWF1960 you cannot make an arrest. Please quit telling people you can. I am a CCSO and prison guards do not have the authority to make any arrest. Probation officers have more authority than prison guards. Thats the reason most people have problems with prison guards.. EGO PROBLEMS. One other thing I hope you are not one of the prison guards that law enforcement is investigating for bringing contraband into the prisons and having sexual encounter with prisoners. Buckle your seat belt. Your comrades are going down.
IAmReality

Dunkirk, NY

#271 Aug 18, 2012
randy b, How does the following NOT apply to Correction Officers?

2.10 Persons designated as peace officers.
(25). Officials, as designated by the commissioner of the department of correctional services pursuant to rules of the department, and correction officers of any state correctional facility or of any penal correctional institution.

WAIT....THERE'S MORE...

2.20 Powers of peace officers.
1. The persons designated in section 2.10 of this article shall have the following powers:
(a) The power to make warrantless arrests pursuant to section 140.25 of this chapter.
(b) The power to use physical force and deadly physical force in making an arrest or preventing an escape pursuant to section 35.30 of the penal law.
(This section goes on, feel free to read it, on your own time)

BUT WAIT...THERE IS EVEN MORE....

140.25 Arrest without a warrant; by peace officer.
1. A peace officer, acting pursuant to his special duties, may arrest a person for:
(a) Any offense when he has reasonable cause to believe that such person has committed such offense in his presence; and
(b) A crime when he has reasonable cause to believe that such person has committed such crime, whether in his presence or otherwise.

AND.....

3. A peace officer, whether or not he is acting pursuant to his special duties, may arrest a person for an offense committed or believed by him to have been committed within the geographical area of such peace officer's employment, as follows:
(a) He may arrest such person for any offense when such person has in fact committed such offense in his presence; and
(b) He may arrest such person for a felony when he has reasonable cause to believe that such person has committed such felony, whether in his presence or otherwise.
randy b
#272 Aug 18, 2012
try pulling someone over for a DWI and see how that arrest holds up in court. Do you carry around a breathalyzer in your car? It will be thrown out in a minute. Who you calling for back up?? Your prison guard buddy. I have been with the CCSO for 18 years and HAVE NEVER seen a prison guard arrest anyone. Heck I have seen a citizen make an arrest. Prison guards have no authority to arrest anyone for anything but a felony and a citizen can do that as well. End of story.
IAmReality

Dunkirk, NY

#274 Aug 20, 2012
Who cares what you have or have not seen? I don't.

And you can rant all day about Police vs Corrections and in the end, it's still just your opinion.

Most C.O.'s I know wouldn't arrest anyone anyway because we really don't care. As long as it's not affecting someone I care about, it's not my problem. And if it is, I'll take care of it without calling the police.(I learned that lesson by calling the police and being told they couldn't help me, even though I had a court order. So much for that wasted phone call)
Lori

Buffalo, NY

#275 Aug 20, 2012
IAmReality wrote:
Who cares what you have or have not seen? I don't.
And you can rant all day about Police vs Corrections and in the end, it's still just your opinion.
Most C.O.'s I know wouldn't arrest anyone anyway because we really don't care. As long as it's not affecting someone I care about, it's not my problem. And if it is, I'll take care of it without calling the police.(I learned that lesson by calling the police and being told they couldn't help me, even though I had a court order. So much for that wasted phone call)
yes please don't call because when you do and you tell us you are a C.O. nobody really cares. So take care of it yourself tuff guy.
Randy B
#276 Aug 20, 2012
Lori I couldnt have said it better myself.
IAmReality

Dunkirk, NY

#277 Aug 20, 2012
I have called the police, and been told that not only was there nothing they could do, but if I went into my ex-wifes house and took back my kids, that she was refusing to return to me, and that "I" had full custody of and a court order in hand to back up my claim, that I would be arrested.

So tell me, if this were to happen again, why on earth would I call the police, who will do nothing, when it would be easier for me to take care of it myself?

And then you people wonder why everyone says the the only job of the police is to protect the criminals from their victims.
IAmReality

Dunkirk, NY

#278 Aug 20, 2012
Oh, I also have stopped a drunk driver and held him until the police showed up, but that before they refused to help me with my kids, so I would never do that again.
Sour grapes on my part....yep.
Anonymous

Buffalo, NY

#280 Aug 20, 2012
GWF1960 wrote:
Hey Coprelative you need to do some serious research- your facts are all wrong. I know the real facts because I am one of those Corrections Officers(ok. guards) that you refer to as overpayed dummies with no aerrest powers above the average citizen. First we can make arrest if we actually see the crime happen where police can make arrests based on a complaint only- they don't need to see the crime happen. Secondly if working in NYS prisons is as easy as you say then take the test and become one of us. I nhave worked SingSing,attica,Oneida,Collins and Lakeview. Given the laws that bind us and benefit the inmates in this state the last thing this job is is easy.I deal with the worst people society has to offer on a daily basis so the last thing I am is overpayed. Oh! by the way you're welcome. Lastly did I mention that I am also college educated so if I were not doing this job I would still be employed. By the way where did you say you work?
Really? You deal with the worst people society has to offer? We have more people incarcerated in this country than China, Russia and India COMBINED...we are either that evil of a society or the criminal justice system is a scam
Glenn

Fredonia, NY

#281 Aug 21, 2012
Anonymous wrote:
<quoted text>Really? You deal with the worst people society has to offer? We have more people incarcerated in this country than China, Russia and India COMBINED...we are either that evil of a society or the criminal justice system is a scam
The people in those countries have respect for the law and the peace officers unlike some here,you being one of the "some here"
aaah

Fredonia, NY

#282 Aug 21, 2012
most Cops will give State Co's traffic tickets! My cousin does all the time.
seenit

Fredonia, NY

#283 Aug 21, 2012
GWF1960 wrote:
Hey Coprelative you need to do some serious research- your facts are all wrong. I know the real facts because I am one of those Corrections Officers(ok. guards) that you refer to as overpayed dummies with no aerrest powers above the average citizen. First we can make arrest if we actually see the crime happen where police can make arrests based on a complaint only- they don't need to see the crime happen. Secondly if working in NYS prisons is as easy as you say then take the test and become one of us. I nhave worked SingSing,attica,Oneida,Collins and Lakeview. Given the laws that bind us and benefit the inmates in this state the last thing this job is is easy.I deal with the worst people society has to offer on a daily basis so the last thing I am is overpayed. Oh! by the way you're welcome. Lastly did I mention that I am also college educated so if I were not doing this job I would still be employed. By the way where did you say you work?
Any citizen can make an arrest for a crime committed in their presence! So your arrest power is no different than a citizen arrest!
Boris

Buffalo, NY

#284 Aug 21, 2012
My son-in-law is a prison corrections officer. He goes to work, does his job and comes home. He rarely discusses his work or what goes on there. He is not a person who thinks that he is any better than anyone else because of his job. He says he is lucky to have a job and while there are times when it is somewhat dangerous, he tries to do the best he can. It upsets me greatly that some people on here group all CO's together as one type - they are not. I give my son-in-law a lot of credit for doing a job that many could not or would not do. Don't forget, CO's guard at the leisure of the inmates. They could get you in a minute if they wanted to. Take the test and try it for 90 day and then come on here and tell us what you think then.
chewy

Buffalo, NY

#285 Aug 3, 2013
This guy in prison where he belongs or what?
BIG JOHN

Fredonia, NY

#286 Aug 3, 2013
chewy wrote:
This guy in prison where he belongs or what?
Are you lonely
chewy

Buffalo, NY

#287 Aug 3, 2013
BIG JOHN wrote:
<quoted text>Are you lonely
nope just got finished with your wife.
BIG JOHN

Fredonia, NY

#288 Aug 3, 2013
chewy wrote:
<quoted text> nope just got finished with your wife.
Not my wife,don't have one but did "she" go Baa Baa a lot?
just wondering

Buffalo, NY

#289 Aug 3, 2013
randy b wrote:
try pulling someone over for a DWI and see how that arrest holds up in court. Do you carry around a breathalyzer in your car? It will be thrown out in a minute. Who you calling for back up?? Your prison guard buddy. I have been with the CCSO for 18 years and HAVE NEVER seen a prison guard arrest anyone. Heck I have seen a citizen make an arrest. Prison guards have no authority to arrest anyone for anything but a felony and a citizen can do that as well. End of story.
Why are you so defensive? Do you feel threatened?

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