Danny

United States

#1 Nov 22, 2012
Ok so here is the deal. For some time now the city administration is wondering why we have a lazy police department and none of the officers stay long. With a new city manager and complaints from the officers and public someone is finally ready to do something about it. In the neat future Fulton residents will be asked to sign a petition, 1000 signatures are needed. Once collected it will be presented to the city commission. If changes are not made the Kentucky State Police has pledged to assign troopers to the city to answer all calls and eliminate the need for a city force. These petitions will be in places like Walmart, Pockets Shell and the lobby of the electric company.
lets go further

Owensboro, KY

#2 Nov 22, 2012
is it possible to get this economic development group out of town as well and recrute some smart people to get some jobs in this place before it is full of crime from people just to try and survive?? Some officials,appointed and elected administrators just think everything will be ok, it always has been- Ha Wake yourself up!
Nick

United States

#3 Nov 22, 2012
lets go further wrote:
is it possible to get this economic development group out of town as well and recrute some smart people to get some jobs in this place before it is full of crime from people just to try and survive?? Some officials,appointed and elected administrators just think everything will be ok, it always has been- Ha Wake yourself up!
Well that's funny, just like the police chief we need someone with an education. The economic development director barley has a high school diploma and how he got that job we all know.
guest

Hickman, KY

#5 Nov 23, 2012
Danny wrote:
Ok so here is the deal. For some time now the city administration is wondering why we have a lazy police department and none of the officers stay long. With a new city manager and complaints from the officers and public someone is finally ready to do something about it. In the neat future Fulton residents will be asked to sign a petition, 1000 signatures are needed. Once collected it will be presented to the city commission. If changes are not made the Kentucky State Police has pledged to assign troopers to the city to answer all calls and eliminate the need for a city force. These petitions will be in places like Walmart, Pockets Shell and the lobby of the electric company.
It is funny how KSP has 1 officer on duty covering 3 counties and they committed to has one officer to cover all calls in Fulton. Don't think they would do that. They have budgets to live by just like everyone else.
think about it

Stevens Point, WI

#6 Nov 23, 2012
yeah, that's a smart idea. eliminate more jobs in fulton. just what they need. why not find the source of the problem instead of cutting everyones throats? KSP is short of manpower now. how in the world do you think they're going to be able to afford more officers in the area? what do you think the response time is going to be when KSP is having to respond from some other county??
answers please

Williamsburg, KY

#7 Nov 23, 2012
I would like to know how someone who has felonies becomes a police officer. ANYONE have A clue? I mean seriously they let anyone just hold a badge and give them a gun and expect us citizens to feel safe when someone who has felonies (swept under the rugs evidently) protect and serve this county.
clue the rest of us in

Stevens Point, WI

#8 Nov 23, 2012
answers please wrote:
I would like to know how someone who has felonies becomes a police officer. ANYONE have A clue? I mean seriously they let anyone just hold a badge and give them a gun and expect us citizens to feel safe when someone who has felonies (swept under the rugs evidently) protect and serve this county.
which police officer in fulton city has a felony record?? i would really like to know....
clue the rest of us in

Stevens Point, WI

#9 Nov 23, 2012
you know, after reading this, i'm beginning to think this a Ricky Cox thing... lol
Sillinessrunsram pant

AOL

#10 Nov 23, 2012
Nick wrote:
<quoted text>
Well that's funny, just like the police chief we need someone with an education. The economic development director barley has a high school diploma and how he got that job we all know.
Barley???? Barley???? Ummmmmm.....speaking of education........
Sillinessrunsram pant

AOL

#11 Nov 23, 2012
lets go further wrote:
is it possible to get this economic development group out of town as well and recrute some smart people to get some jobs in this place before it is full of crime from people just to try and survive?? Some officials,appointed and elected administrators just think everything will be ok, it always has been- Ha Wake yourself up!
Recrute?
Boo

Duluth, GA

#12 Nov 23, 2012
answers please wrote:
I would like to know how someone who has felonies becomes a police officer. ANYONE have A clue? I mean seriously they let anyone just hold a badge and give them a gun and expect us citizens to feel safe when someone who has felonies (swept under the rugs evidently) protect and serve this county.
Well apparently all felonies turned to misdemeanors and the chief can do that when he don't want to hire a new person and for the comment of eliminating jobs it was the chief that volunteered to fire two to save money when the city was looking to cut out spending.
Dangerous

Mortons Gap, KY

#14 Nov 24, 2012
You can't have a felony record and be a ky. peace officer. All candidates must pass a state test, which includes an extensive criminal history. Not up to the locals. You don't get in with a felony record.
lets go further

Owensboro, KY

#15 Nov 25, 2012
Nick wrote:
<quoted text>
Well that's funny, just like the police chief we need someone with an education. The economic development director barley has a high school diploma and how he got that job we all know.
I think it is a G.E.D.,or is it G O B-(good ole boy)
Clueless People

Bristol, VA

#16 Dec 17, 2012
Wow you people have no clue as to what you are even talking about - talk about getting an education - why don't you educate yourselves on the facts instead of a bunch of "he said, she said" - you guys really have no idea about what goes on in a small town let alone do you really know anything about its officials, hiring practices, and budgets!!!!! It's clear to me that you guys really need to get your facts straight before you decide to play some kind of blame/name game!!!!
People with a clue

Paducah, KY

#17 Dec 17, 2012
It is what it is, and it is Jobless around here, look around even at the other small towns they have something coming in from time to time ,nothing here in the Fulton area,Oh I forgot about the nice parks,very nice and great paint jobs around town,but how many jobs do they create.

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