East Brunswick Police Harassing anyone?
stupid

Norwood, PA

#528 Feb 8, 2010
you can wrote:
be pulled over for driving excessive UNDER the speed limit due to being what can be considered a traffic hazard...im sure the officer stopped you to see if you had been drinking....it is typical for drunk drivers to drive under the speed limit in an attempt to control their driving with impaired and slower judgement and reaction times....as far as the 1 under the speed limit...that sounds like a farce
ya probably looked like a drunk driver dumb shit.
Black Rutgers Female

Piscataway, NJ

#529 Apr 10, 2010
so I was just cruising thru EAST BRUNSWICK at 30-35mph on ryders lane chilling listening to old cds I just found and a cop decides to follow me for literally 8min.(probably more because I only started counting from when i realized he was a cop) I turned. He turned. I drove straight. He drove straight. I braked. He braked. Other faster cars just passed us by. Finally he drives beside me and stares me down but leaves me alone so I keep driving.
Less than half a mile later ANOTHER COP changes directions to follow me and run my plates. WTF? Finally he leaves me alone after like 5 min. So I pull over into a parking lot to make a call to vent (like I am now) at how ridiculous these cops are and guess what? A cop pulls into the parking lot right beside me talking about "Is there a problem?" so I say no I just pulled over to make a call and hez like ok thanks for pulling over then leaves. I didn't even get thru half the story when ANOTHER COP drives by the parking lot although he didn't interact with me.
Now i'm driving home all paranoid at each car coming behind me cuz I'm like is this a cop? WTF I can't drive my f-ing car without being harassed? I have never felt so unsettled when dealing with the cops than right now.
I was not stopped or pulled over any of the times and I did not get any tickets from any of the officers. Up until I read this forum I thought it was just an isolated incident.
If there really is such a crime problem in East Brunswick I would like the police force to find a better way to tackle it because we all have the right to drive around, obey the law, and not be treated like criminals. It's sickening to read how many of you also had similar experiences.
East Brunswick... I need you to do better.
blue male whatsamatta U

Philadelphia, PA

#530 Apr 13, 2010
i am always harrassed by those cops!!!! it must be my color!!!!!
Larry

East Brunswick, NJ

#531 Apr 20, 2010
ted wrote:
They are doing their job. Many crimes and other offences are predicated off routine police contacts with citizens. They are a pro active dept and are highly motivated. Thats why the crime rate is low and other ajoining towns are hit with indictable violent offences regularly. You just complimented their dept.
Is that why they hide behind a tree in my development with a radar gun? Targeting East Brunswick citizens? I doubt there are a great number of crimial types in my community.
This or that

West New York, NJ

#532 Apr 21, 2010
anonymous wrote:
not trying to play the race card but my fiance and i are african-american and feel that we have been singled out on many different occasions because of this. there is a BIG problem on Cranbury Road. even if you are going the speed limit, with your seat belt on, they will harass. many times, they have followed us into our complex and we pull in to park, we will look back and they drive past with very menacing looks. most importantly, my fiance's mother was arrested for a DWI, when she only had one glass of wine, had been up for well over 18 hours, and was visibly tired. they were very rude and rough with this mother of two in her 50's. eventually, the biggest charges were dropped but she had to shell out money for an attorney, sleepless nights, anxiety, just a very stressful experience for her which was senseless. these small town cops are jokes and are looking to prove something because they have low self-esteem and are on power trips.
You either African or American, Whis is it?
Christina

Woodbridge, NJ

#533 Apr 29, 2010
Pro Cop wrote:
hey anonymous from pluckemin, when you say get rid of the worst cops....what do you mean by that....define what you mean by worst cops, and define a dishonest cop. please enlighten us all, and also tell us what you know PERSONALLY about the police in east brunswick. you sound like you know a lot of them personally so you can comment. please, enlighten us all.
Wow, you really don't have a life. Why don't you enlighten us about what you PERSONALLY know about the police in EB? Or let me guess, maybe you're a cop there yourself or a surrounding town I'm sure. What do you do, post after anyone says something slightly negative about the EBPD? It is true that there are some cops that are really decent and honest in East Brunswick, however for the ones that aren't, they mess it up for the ones that truly are. I've seen many instances were cops abuse their authority in EAST BRUNSWICK!!!
Christina

Woodbridge, NJ

#534 Apr 29, 2010
Tito Tartank wrote:
Judge Mayo is one of the biggest douche-bags in the state.
That's a bunch of B.S. He's actually an excellent and fair judge. Maybe you're one of the biggest douche-bags in the state.
THE ZZZ

Massapequa Park, NY

#535 Jun 2, 2010
Concerned citizen wrote:
if you think cops anywhere are pulling people over based on their race then you are a sheep in the flock of sheep. If the media never came up with the term racial profiling then 99% of the people would never even know what it meant. So if you think a cop is going to put his job, pension, and family on the line to write somebody a ticket or illegally search them then you are sadly mistaken. I would think a cop's family, pension, and house is WAY more important than locking up some scum for drugs or writing somebody a ticket based on race.
YOU MUST BE WHITE!!!!!! I have gotten pulled over in EB 3 times in one day
THE ZZZ

Massapequa Park, NY

#537 Jun 2, 2010
EB home of police brutality that gets swept under the rug, boycott EB like I boycott Buying gas from BP!!!!!!
THE ZZZ

Massapequa Park, NY

#538 Jun 2, 2010
and lastly, yeah I'm marking out about something that happen over 20 years ago, but just like You guys will never forget 911, I will never forget what the EB police did to me, every time i here a cop got shot on the news I stand up and clap!!!! These are just words don't get all bent outta shape detective, LOL LOL LOL LOL
Concerned Citizen

Indianapolis, IN

#539 Jun 4, 2010
I agree with the experiences of minority posters. EB cops do single out minorities, and are treating drivers like cash cows. Why waste time and take risks in pursuing criminals, when you can get soft and easy targets? Unless something is done about it, they will pursue to harass people. As far as the boycotting idea goes, I'm all for it. I avoid driving in EB, have switched from EB mall to Bridgewater mall.
Android SRP

Philadelphia, PA

#540 Jun 30, 2010
Boycott them fuckrers, Still Laughing too
Turtle Handz

Massapequa Park, NY

#541 Jul 1, 2010
Pathetic excuse for police officers, worst police force known to man, With no real crime in the township these pigs have nothing to do better than pull people over for no reason.
Shout outs @ TURTLEHANDZ.COM
MiStAkeNLy MISTAKEN

Abingdon, VA

#542 Aug 6, 2010
I 1093. East Brunswick settles police abuse and racial discrimination suit for $10,000
by OpenGovt, 12/30/08 18:25 ET
On September 8, 2008, East Brunswick Township and Board of Education officials agreed to pay a former East Brunswick High School student $10,000 to settle his federal civil rights lawsuit.
According to his lawsuit, High School senior Herbert Stevenson was sent to the principal's office on May 24, 2005 after having had an argument with another student. Stevenson alleges that he and the other student were sitting next to each other, attempting to work out their differences, when East Brunswick Police Officer Donald Carruth came into the room with another officer--Anita Conway--and told Stevenson to move one seat further away from where the other student was seated.
When Stevenson didn't follow Carruth's order, Carruth allegedly told him to that he would be arrested "if he didn’t shut up." When Stevenson questioned Carruth's order, Carruth allegedly "grabbed [Stevenson] by the right arm and repeatedly slammed [him] against a metal filing cabinet ... told [him] he was under arrest, and tightly handcuffed him, and pulled him out of the school building."
While all of this happened, Officer Conway, Vice Principal Michael Vinella and a school staff member referred to as Borden allegedly "observed these violations of {Stevenson's] person and rights, but did nothing to prevent or protest them." After Carruth took Stevenson outside, he allegedly "slammed his body against thepolice car," went through his pockets, asked him where he was born and then released him.
Stevenson claimed that his encounter with Officer Carruth caused him to sustain "physical injuries and [to be] emotionally traumatized." Stevenson, who is of West African national origin, also claimed that the defendants' conduct was racially motivated.
Stevenson's lawsuit and the settlement agreement are on-line athttp://www.lpcnj.org/OGTF/Ea stBrunswickStevenson.pdf
Stevenson was represented in the suit by Lennox S. Hinds, Esq. of Somerset, New Jersey.
The $10,000, which was paid by the Township's insurer, was full settlement of all the damages claimed, including Stevenson's attorney fees. The agreement specifically refers to Officers Carruth and Conway as being "non-settling defendants" and states that the officers, as well as the other defendants, do not admit any liability or wrongdoing of any kind.
All that is known for sure is that the Township and school board and its insurer, for whatever reason, decided that they would rather pay Stevenson $10,000 than take the matter to trial. Perhaps the decision to settle was done to save further legal expense and the costs of trying what were in fact exaggerated or meritless claims. Or, perhaps Stevenson's claims were true and the Township and board wanted to avoid being embarrassed at trial. This is the problem when cases settle before trial--it is impossible to know the truth of what really happened.
ABOUT ME AND WHY I'M POSTING THIS.
I chair the New Jersey Libertarian Party's Open Government Advocacy Project which seeks to increase governmental transparency and accountability, particularly at a local level. As part of my work, I routinely check civil court cases where at least one of the parties is a government agency or official. Sometimes I run across settlements that may be of interest to citizens and taxpayers. For more information on the Libertarian Party, visit www.njlp.org
John Paff
Somerset, New Jersey
THIS IS FROM NJ.COM UNDER EAST BRUNSWICK SETTLES ABUSE AND RACIAL DISCRIMINATION SUIT!!!!!!!!!! FACT NAMES, DATES, AND ALL PARTIES INVOLVED.... SHAME ON YOU OFFICER DONALD CARRUTH FOR ABUSING YOUR POWER
MiStAkeNLy MISTAKEN

Abingdon, VA

#543 Aug 6, 2010
1093. East Brunswick settles police abuse and racial discrimination suit for $10,000
by OpenGovt, 12/30/08 18:25 ET
On September 8, 2008, East Brunswick Township and Board of Education officials agreed to pay a former East Brunswick High School student $10,000 to settle his federal civil rights lawsuit.
According to his lawsuit, High School senior Herbert Stevenson was sent to the principal's office on May 24, 2005 after having had an argument with another student. Stevenson alleges that he and the other student were sitting next to each other, attempting to work out their differences, when East Brunswick Police Officer Donald Carruth came into the room with another officer--Anita Conway--and told Stevenson to move one seat further away from where the other student was seated.

When Stevenson didn't follow Carruth's order, Carruth allegedly told him to that he would be arrested "if he didn’t shut up." When Stevenson questioned Carruth's order, Carruth allegedly "grabbed [Stevenson] by the right arm and repeatedly slammed [him] against a metal filing cabinet ... told [him] he was under arrest, and tightly handcuffed him, and pulled him out of the school building."

While all of this happened, Officer Conway, Vice Principal Michael Vinella and a school staff member referred to as Borden allegedly "observed these violations of {Stevenson's] person and rights, but did nothing to prevent or protest them." After Carruth took Stevenson outside, he allegedly "slammed his body against thepolice car," went through his pockets, asked him where he was born and then released him.

Stevenson claimed that his encounter with Officer Carruth caused him to sustain "physical injuries and [to be] emotionally traumatized." Stevenson, who is of West African national origin, also claimed that the defendants' conduct was racially motivated.

Stevenson's lawsuit and the settlement agreement are on-line athttp://www.lpcnj.org/OGTF/Ea stBrunswickStevenson.pdf

Stevenson was represented in the suit by Lennox S. Hinds, Esq. of Somerset, New Jersey.

The $10,000, which was paid by the Township's insurer, was full settlement of all the damages claimed, including Stevenson's attorney fees. The agreement specifically refers to Officers Carruth and Conway as being "non-settling defendants" and states that the officers, as well as the other defendants, do not admit any liability or wrongdoing of any kind.

All that is known for sure is that the Township and school board and its insurer, for whatever reason, decided that they would rather pay Stevenson $10,000 than take the matter to trial. Perhaps the decision to settle was done to save further legal expense and the costs of trying what were in fact exaggerated or meritless claims. Or, perhaps Stevenson's claims were true and the Township and board wanted to avoid being embarrassed at trial. This is the problem when cases settle before trial--it is impossible to know the truth of what really happened.

ABOUT ME AND WHY I'M POSTING THIS.

I chair the New Jersey Libertarian Party's Open Government Advocacy Project which seeks to increase governmental transparency and accountability, particularly at a local level. As part of my work, I routinely check civil court cases where at least one of the parties is a government agency or official. Sometimes I run across settlements that may be of interest to citizens and taxpayers. For more information on the Libertarian Party, visit www.njlp.org

John Paff

Somerset, New Jersey


THIS IS FROM NJ.COM ..........
MiStAkeNLy MISTAKEN

Abingdon, VA

#544 Aug 6, 2010
East Brunswick Resident wrote:
The police officers in East Brunswick are great. They are hard working and committed to their job. Anyone that saying otherwise has probably been guilty of something.
East Brunswicks crime rate is low because of the officers efforts. What is the crime rate in your town? Im sure it is higher than East Brunswicks.
HERE'S A LITTLE SOMETHING ABOUT YOUR GOOD OL BOYS IN BLUE... THIS IS FROM NJ.COM
1093. East Brunswick settles police abuse and racial discrimination suit for $10,000
by OpenGovt, 12/30/08 18:25 ET
On September 8, 2008, East Brunswick Township and Board of Education officials agreed to pay a former East Brunswick High School student $10,000 to settle his federal civil rights lawsuit.
According to his lawsuit, High School senior Herbert Stevenson was sent to the principal's office on May 24, 2005 after having had an argument with another student. Stevenson alleges that he and the other student were sitting next to each other, attempting to work out their differences, when East Brunswick Police Officer Donald Carruth came into the room with another officer--Anita Conway--and told Stevenson to move one seat further away from where the other student was seated.

When Stevenson didn't follow Carruth's order, Carruth allegedly told him to that he would be arrested "if he didn’t shut up." When Stevenson questioned Carruth's order, Carruth allegedly "grabbed [Stevenson] by the right arm and repeatedly slammed [him] against a metal filing cabinet ... told [him] he was under arrest, and tightly handcuffed him, and pulled him out of the school building."

While all of this happened, Officer Conway, Vice Principal Michael Vinella and a school staff member referred to as Borden allegedly "observed these violations of {Stevenson's] person and rights, but did nothing to prevent or protest them." After Carruth took Stevenson outside, he allegedly "slammed his body against thepolice car," went through his pockets, asked him where he was born and then released him.

Stevenson claimed that his encounter with Officer Carruth caused him to sustain "physical injuries and [to be] emotionally traumatized." Stevenson, who is of West African national origin, also claimed that the defendants' conduct was racially motivated.

Stevenson's lawsuit and the settlement agreement are on-line athttp://www.lpcnj.org/OGTF/Ea stBrunswickStevenson.pdf

Stevenson was represented in the suit by Lennox S. Hinds, Esq. of Somerset, New Jersey.

The $10,000, which was paid by the Township's insurer, was full settlement of all the damages claimed, including Stevenson's attorney fees. The agreement specifically refers to Officers Carruth and Conway as being "non-settling defendants" and states that the officers, as well as the other defendants, do not admit any liability or wrongdoing of any kind.

All that is known for sure is that the Township and school board and its insurer, for whatever reason, decided that they would rather pay Stevenson $10,000 than take the matter to trial. Perhaps the decision to settle was done to save further legal expense and the costs of trying what were in fact exaggerated or meritless claims. Or, perhaps Stevenson's claims were true and the Township and board wanted to avoid being embarrassed at trial. This is the problem when cases settle before trial--it is impossible to know the truth of what really happened.

ABOUT ME AND WHY I'M POSTING THIS.

I chair the New Jersey Libertarian Party's Open Government Advocacy Project which seeks to increase governmental transparency and accountability, particularly at a local level. As part of my work, I routinely check civil court cases where at least one of the parties is a government agency or official. Sometimes I run across settlements that may be of interest to citizens and taxpayers. For more information on the Libertarian Party, visit www.njlp.org

John Paff

Somerset, New Jersey

MiStAkeNLy MISTAKEN

Abingdon, VA

#546 Aug 6, 2010
CHECK OUT NUMBER 5.. THIS IS FROM DIVORCENET.COM
5. I am an East Brunswick Police officer, and I was recently charged with a D.V. offense against my wife. Can I still continue my police duties while my D.V. case is pending?
This decision is made on a case-by-case basis. In some cases, an officer is allowed to continue his duties subject to turning in the duty firearm at the end of the work shift. It is also common for an officer to be reassigned to desk duty. However, in some cases, the employer may simply prohibit the officer from returning to work until clearance is obtained by the County Prosecutor. Thus, the officer is placed in a “no pay” status or he must use his accumulated leave time.
6. Will my police department conduct an investigation on my case and background if I am charged with a D.V. offense?
Yes, the chief of the law enforcement agency where the officer is employed is required to conduct an in-depth investigation into the officer’s background. After this investigation is completed, the chief is required to make a recommendation to the Division of Criminal Justice, the County Prosecutor, and the Police Bureau. Thereafter, these departments will determine whether the officer should be permitted to once again carry a weapon(s). Moreover, this recommendation must also include what conditions, if any, should be imposed for the return of the weapon(s). Finally, the report must also take into consideration any existing D.V. orders that have been entered against the officer.
The chief is also required, if necessary, to reassign the officer charged with committing an act of domestic violence so that the officer will not have contact with the D.V. complainant.
The Division of Criminal Justice, the County Prosecutor and the Police Bureau or designees are encouraged to confer with the domestic violence complainant regarding the complainant’s position on the return of weapons. However, the recommendation or determination whether the weapons should be returned rests with the Division of Criminal Justice, the County Prosecutor, and the Police Bureau, and not with the victim or the law enforcement agency where the officer is employed.
THE FULL VERSION CAN BE CHECKED OUT ON DIVORCENET.COM
MiStAkeNLy MISTAKEN

Abingdon, VA

#547 Aug 6, 2010
Female officer files discrimination suit East Brunswick police sergeant says she was denied career advancement
Staff Writer
By Nicole C. Vaccaro
Female officer files
discrimination suit
East Brunswick police sergeant says she was denied
career advancement

East Brunswick police officer Geraldine Garrett filed a lawsuit on Thursday claiming she was denied career advancement due to gender discrimination.

Garrett filed an eight-count federal civil rights complaint against the township of East Brunswick, mayor and council, Director of Law and Public Safety Thomas Finn, and captains Kenneth O’Connor, Scott Mayer, John Jensen and Fred Laurie.

In her complaint, Garrett alleges a historical pattern of discrimination against female officers that ultimately led to an illegal and unjust denial of her promotion to lieutenant.

She currently holds the rank of sergeant.

On April 28, the United States Equal Opportunity Employment Commission determined that Officer Garrett’s claim of gender bias was substantiated.

A Federal Court Complaint was filed only after East Brunswick’s unwillingness to mediate the matter to conclusion, according to Garrett.

In the lawsuit, Garrett claims that she first appeared before the McCann Oral Board on Nov. 18, 1997, to be interviewed for promotion to the rank of lieutenant. She was later notified in writing and in person that she passed.

She further alleges that there were six male officers competing against Garrett for the position, three of whom failed the interview and were no longer eligible for the promotion.



Of the four remaining candidates, which included Garrett, two of the men were promoted to lieutenant.

Garrett was passed over; however, by her account, she had expected to receive her promotion in January 1999 when three lieutenants planned to retire.

On Sept. 30, 1998, Garrett claims she was informed by Detective Thomas Finn that the McCann Oral Board results were no longer being deemed valid because only one of the three board examiners held the rank of chief.

He decided that the results would be discounted; however, those men already promoted based upon those results would not be demoted.

According to the suit, Detective Finn then instituted a new promotional process in which the department’s four captains, as well as himself, would gather to discuss the candidates.

As a result, Garrett wound up ranked eighth out of eight candidates and again was passed up for promotion, she argued.

The suit also alleges that of the top three candidates given promotions via this new process, two of them failed the McCann Oral Board.

Furthermore, the top ranked candidate was not even eligible to compete in the last interview process due to lack of experience, the suit claims.

Additionally, two of the participating captains, Jensen and Mayer, had a history of sexually harassing female employees. In fact, one was named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed by a former female patrol officer, which was settled in 1993. The suit claims Capt. Jensen admitted to misconduct in 1991 after being accused of sexually harassing a female secretary.

Garrett also claimed to have been told later by two of her supervisors that she was most likely not promoted because of her gender.

Of the candidates considered for promotion the second time around, Garrett was the second most experienced supervisor. She also cited her bachelor’s degree, which two of the top three men do not have.

Garrett’s attorney, George Frino, West Caldwell, was not available for comment.

Director Finn declined comment because of pending litigation.

No court date has been set, nor have copies of the complaint been distributed to the defendants, according to Finn.
MiStAkeNLy MISTAKEN

Abingdon, VA

#548 Aug 6, 2010
THE POST ABOVE AND THIS POST ARE DIRECTLY COPIED FROM OCTOBER 4, 2000 SENTINEL PAPER BY STAFF WRITER NICOLE C. VACCORO.... THIS STATES THAT OFFICER JOHN JENSEN AND OFFICER SCOTT MAYER HAD CLAIMS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT AND PLEAD GUILTY!!!!

"Additionally, two of the participating captains, Jensen and Mayer, had a history of sexually harassing female employees. In fact, one was named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed by a former female patrol officer, which was settled in 1993. The suit claims Capt. Jensen admitted to misconduct in 1991 after being accused of sexually harassing a female secretary." SENTINEL.COM
MiStAkeNLy MISTAKEN

Abingdon, VA

#549 Aug 6, 2010
aaa wrote:
3. This is a forum for nameless, faceless cowardly underachievers who want to blame EBPD for their sorry state of affairs. Take responsibility for your own life and leave the police officers alone.
4. The police officers in this town are the cream of society. They have to go to an intense selection process and maintain high standards.
5. It is only natural that insecure people are jealous of them. They all have hot wives, nice houses, good salaries and benefits and are respected by the good members of the community.
These are stone cold facts, not fiction.
NOT WORTH A PENNY... WHAT THEY ARE... OVERPAID, UNSKILLED... DID YOU SAY CREAM OF SOCIETY? WHAT SOCIETY DO YOU LIVE IN? DID YOU ALSO MENTION HIGH STANDARDS? WAKE UP BUDDY... THEIR SALARIES SHOULD BE CUT IN HALF FROM IF THEY ARE WORKING IN EB.
... YOU GUYS ARE SCUM BAGS!!!!!!!!CHECK OUT NUMBER 5.. THIS IS FROM DIVORCENET.COM
5. I am an East Brunswick Police officer, and I was recently charged with a D.V. offense against my wife. Can I still continue my police duties while my D.V. case is pending?
This decision is made on a case-by-case basis. In some cases, an officer is allowed to continue his duties subject to turning in the duty firearm at the end of the work shift. It is also common for an officer to be reassigned to desk duty. However, in some cases, the employer may simply prohibit the officer from returning to work until clearance is obtained by the County Prosecutor. Thus, the officer is placed in a “no pay” status or he must use his accumulated leave time.
6. Will my police department conduct an investigation on my case and background if I am charged with a D.V. offense?
Yes, the chief of the law enforcement agency where the officer is employed is required to conduct an in-depth investigation into the officer’s background. After this investigation is completed, the chief is required to make a recommendation to the Division of Criminal Justice, the County Prosecutor, and the Police Bureau. Thereafter, these departments will determine whether the officer should be permitted to once again carry a weapon(s). Moreover, this recommendation must also include what conditions, if any, should be imposed for the return of the weapon(s). Finally, the report must also take into consideration any existing D.V. orders that have been entered against the officer.
The chief is also required, if necessary, to reassign the officer charged with committing an act of domestic violence so that the officer will not have contact with the D.V. complainant.
The Division of Criminal Justice, the County Prosecutor and the Police Bureau or designees are encouraged to confer with the domestic violence complainant regarding the complainant’s position on the return of weapons. However, the recommendation or determination whether the weapons should be returned rests with the Division of Criminal Justice, the County Prosecutor, and the Police Bureau, and not with the victim or the law enforcement agency where the officer is employed.
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