Lakeport continues police car take-ho...

Lakeport continues police car take-home program

There are 45 comments on the Lake County Record-Bee story from Jul 1, 2009, titled Lakeport continues police car take-home program. In it, Lake County Record-Bee reports that:

LAKEPORT The City of Lakeport's practice of allowing its police to drive police cars home spurred a discussion among the members of the Lakeport City Council during a special meeting Tuesday night to address budget issues.

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lake lady

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#47 Feb 1, 2010
I for one am very happy to live in a neighborhood where there are several officers homes. It makes me feel safer to know that a police car or sheriffs car is a visible reminder to low lifes to take their criminal activities elsewhere. I like knowing the officers can respond at a moment's notice. If you don't like cops in your neighborhood what are you trying to hide?
Concerned -1

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#48 Feb 1, 2010
lake lady wrote:
I for one am very happy to live in a neighborhood where there are several officers homes. It makes me feel safer to know that a police car or sheriffs car is a visible reminder to low lifes to take their criminal activities elsewhere. I like knowing the officers can respond at a moment's notice. If you don't like cops in your neighborhood what are you trying to hide?
The cops are more criminal than the public don't kid yourself...
You live among total corruption....I am a law abibing citizen and when I see a cop car I cringe...I see a Sheriff car that has been in a yard and not moved for several months...That is probably the neighborhood you live in...It is the closest house to the highway on the right as you drive on 29 toward the Nice Lucerne cut across
That car could be put to use...Why pay to decorate his yard and protect your neighborhood...Put 1 on every block so everyone gets the so called benefit
Dont cut

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#49 Feb 1, 2010
That would be a bad cut. Police cars deter crime in the neighborhood and would make the police lots more likely to be vandalized.
Better luck

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#50 Feb 1, 2010
Better luck next time
Concerned -1

United States

#51 Feb 1, 2010
Dont cut wrote:
That would be a bad cut. Police cars deter crime in the neighborhood and would make the police lots more likely to be vandalized.
So while the cop and his neighbors get protection no one else does....WHAT?... ARE YOU SERIOUS?... OMG!...We do not pay taxes so that a few select get the benefit...Is there a cop car in every neighborhood? You think that is FAIR? OMG what is wrong with that picture...What os wrong with you?

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