Sheriff should wear uniform
info101

United States

#22 Feb 2, 2013
make them all wear uniforms
some of them will improve their appearence
Corn Cob

United States

#23 Feb 2, 2013
Make them follow the same laws as all the other people in this parish and all would be well with most of us. Funny how a deputy gets to do wtf they want to whether in a uniform or plain clothes as a defective, i meant detective, or plain clothes as a civilian.
Stupid too me what these jacka$$e$ get away with.

“Come on, really?”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#24 Feb 2, 2013
Corn Cob wrote:
Make them follow the same laws as all the other people in this parish and all would be well with most of us. Funny how a deputy gets to do wtf they want to whether in a uniform or plain clothes as a defective, i meant detective, or plain clothes as a civilian.
Stupid too me what these jacka$$e$ get away with.
ROTFL. Is everyone drunk tonight?

Lets see, How many detectives on TV do you see wearing uniforms? How about in, lets say Rapides Parish. Or any other parish for that matter. Here is another one for you. I am pretty sure that an officer of the law, IE one that has arrest authority, has that authority any time, on duty or off. It is a responsibility that ALL LEOs have based on their oath to protect and serve. Otherwise, an officer could not interrupt a robbery, or lets say neutralize a active shooter in a movie theater (just happened about 2 weeks ago).

PS. If you are going to call someone stupid, make sure the next word in your sentence is not misspelled.

To

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"Too

Use too as a synonym for also or to indicate excessiveness before a verb. Usually, if you can replace too with also in the same sentence, and it still makes sense, then you are using it correctly.
citizen

Leesville, LA

#25 Feb 3, 2013
Corn Cob wrote:
Make them follow the same laws as all the other people in this parish and all would be well with most of us. Funny how a deputy gets to do wtf they want to whether in a uniform or plain clothes as a defective, i meant detective, or plain clothes as a civilian.
Stupid too me what these jacka$$e$ get away with.
Just what are they doing that they shouldn't be doing.. What are they getting away with?
Vol Fireman

United States

#26 Feb 3, 2013
newllano town wrote:
<quoted text> oh he wears one, but the ast. Chief does not! He is busy with Tina! He girlfriend! Getting busy in the bed at the fire station!
I know both of them very well, I have worked with them on fires many times. I think you are wrong about them getting it on at work, they are both self absorbed @$$holes but I don't think they get it on in there own home let alone at work! Duhon is a good firefighter but is the worst chief I have ever seen in my life! So many people have left the New Llano Fire Department because of him and his *itch! The department would be a better place and Chief Yates could keep way more people if he just got rid of the both of them! Once a Duhon always a Duhon there all @$$holes!
Vol Fireman

United States

#27 Feb 3, 2013
The funny thing is I have personally talked to Chief Yates about the two of them and that he should get rid of the both of them! But he defends them to the end saying they are good at what they do! I wonder if Chief Yates would feel the same way if he knew how many times Duhon and his *itch have tried to stab him in the back! There Chief always defends them to everybody and unknown to him all he gets in return is $hit talking behind his back every chance the two of them get! The real funny thing is when you listen to the two of them talk, they feel that this Parish just worships them and could not make it without them! I wonder if the two of them know that the rest of us just laugh at there sorry butt's every chance we get! Kirk Duhon and his *itch need to be gone from New Llano so Chief Yates can get on with running a real department! But I do have to respect a Fire Chief that defends his people. I am just sorry that Chief Yates has to waste it on two sorry pieces of $hit like them!
Corn cob

Leesville, LA

#28 Feb 3, 2013
AlwaysLurking wrote:
<quoted text>
ROTFL. Is everyone drunk tonight?
Lets see, How many detectives on TV do you see wearing uniforms? How about in, lets say Rapides Parish. Or any other parish for that matter. Here is another one for you. I am pretty sure that an officer of the law, IE one that has arrest authority, has that authority any time, on duty or off. It is a responsibility that ALL LEOs have based on their oath to protect and serve. Otherwise, an officer could not interrupt a robbery, or lets say neutralize a active shooter in a movie theater (just happened about 2 weeks ago).
PS. If you are going to call someone stupid, make sure the next word in your sentence is not misspelled.
To
Use to as a preposition before a noun or as an infinitive before a verb. To and Too can be tricky!
"Too
Use too as a synonym for also or to indicate excessiveness before a verb. Usually, if you can replace too with also in the same sentence, and it still makes sense, then you are using it correctly.
Didnt realize we were in spelling or english class there dipstick.
Speeding to school to get their kids there on time in a parish provided vehicle. Yeah that sounds like a given privilidege with a badge.

“Come on, really?”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#29 Feb 3, 2013
It isnt spelling class. But when you call someone stupid....

As for speeding in a school zone, I bet they are the only ones guilty right? Have you ever broke the law? bet you have never sped in a school zone either huh? I bet the officer you witnessed speeding had the lights on and purposely used his cruiser to break the law right? It does not make it right, it makes that person human. To form an opinion such as yours I would think that you would have multiple issues, not just speeding in a school zone.

I took issue with your comment because it was silly, not well thought out, and seemed to me to be just bashing. You are entitled to your opinion, but when you take to name calling instead of quantifiable/qualifiable examples, you should expect the same result.

“Come on, really?”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#30 Feb 3, 2013
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Satirical explanation of forum etiquette.
Corn cob

Leesville, LA

#31 Feb 3, 2013
Speeding in a school zone? Where did you see that? You may need to read my post again.
And stupid? Where did i ever call anyone stupid? Nowhere. I said quote stupid to me what these jacka$$e$ get away with unquote.
Did i state i have never broken the law? No. Are law enforcement supposed to be held to high standards than us common folk? Yes they are. When they go before a judge and /or a jury should they be white as snow? Yes they should. Are they? Hell no. Humans? Yep. Held to a higher standard? Should be plus some.
dander

United States

#32 Feb 4, 2013
Corn cob wrote:
Speeding in a school zone? Where did you see that? You may need to read my post again.
And stupid? Where did i ever call anyone stupid? Nowhere. I said quote stupid to me what these jacka$$e$ get away with unquote.
Did i state i have never broken the law? No. Are law enforcement supposed to be held to high standards than us common folk? Yes they are. When they go before a judge and /or a jury should they be white as snow? Yes they should. Are they? Hell no. Humans? Yep. Held to a higher standard? Should be plus some.
Actually, officers should not be held to a higher standard. They are common folk when they are off duty. They should be treated EXACTLY like the others, who commit the same crime. They should not be treated any different.

I'm tired of hearing the "held to a higher standard" bs. Better yet, they should be held to a higher standard because they are the good of the world, but they should not be held to face higher, harsher,and more strict penalties, instead they should receive the same penalty as everyone else.

“Sneaking up on you”

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#33 Feb 4, 2013
dander wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, officers should not be held to a higher standard. They are common folk when they are off duty. They should be treated EXACTLY like the others, who commit the same crime. They should not be treated any different.
I'm tired of hearing the "held to a higher standard" bs. Better yet, they should be held to a higher standard because they are the good of the world, but they should not be held to face higher, harsher,and more strict penalties, instead they should receive the same penalty as everyone else.
Your wrong, in that the Law Enforcement Office knows the law or should know it better then you and when that law is broken by that officer he knew what he was doing and should be held higher in penalties.

If you hold an officer to a higher standard then that officer knows that what he does is looked upon as him knowing what he is doing which is to enforce the laws of both the city,parish,state, and US laws, it is that officer to know how to enforce those laws.

Granted, you can not know every law on the books but to understand the common laws that we are rule by in every day workings, should be known by all LAW officers, and yes if they break the simple laws then YES, they should be punished with more time.



“Sneaking up on you”

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#34 Feb 4, 2013
dander wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, officers should not be held to a higher standard. They are common folk when they are off duty. They should be treated EXACTLY like the others, who commit the same crime. They should not be treated any different.
I'm tired of hearing the "held to a higher standard" bs. Better yet, they should be held to a higher standard because they are the good of the world, but they should not be held to face higher, harsher,and more strict penalties, instead they should receive the same penalty as everyone else.
Oh and to say that a police officer is off duty is just down right dumb.

What if you where standing in a bank line and a would be robber walked in and you knew that also standing next to you was AN OFF DUTY police officer would you not expect him to do something ?

Or wait I know your on the side of the road bleeding and an off duty police officer drives by in his take home car, and due to him being off duty he just keeps driving home.

Oh I know, that same off duty officer is at home sitting on his front porch and sees a man kick in your door to steal your food stamps, and because he is off gets up in walks in side to watch the news, that would ok too right.

OR the best one is you are being beaten by a group of thugs and are breathing your last breath and look up to see that police officer who is off look at you and say "Sorry man I am off going home check you later",!!!

To put it in terms you can understand A POLICE OFFICER WORKS 24/7 365 DAYS A YEAR NO DAYS OFF ALL THE TIME FOR AS LONG AS HE WEARS THAT BADGE AND ALSO WHEN HE RETIRES, AS ITS IN HIS/HER BLOOD TO PROTECT YOUR SORRY ASS !!!!!!!
Hook and Ladder

Leesville, LA

#35 Feb 4, 2013
Vol Fireman said, "Kirk Duhon and his *itch need to be gone from New Llano so Chief Yates can get on with running a real department!" I disagree with you on this remark!!!! Kirk Duhon and Tina are the only ones that care about the NLFD! They dedicate alot of time and money to that department, Which is more then can be said for Mr. Pretty Boy Yates! His only concern is getting home at the end of the day to his family! You never see him anywhere, it's always Kirk and Tina that represent the department!!! In my opinion it's Chief Yates that needs to be gone and out of the way so Kirk Duhon can be promoted in to the rightful position that he deserves and he can get on with running a real fire department! Kirk and Tina are the most kind and caring firefighters I have ever met in my life and New Llano and the Parish are lucky to have them! What has Chief Yates ever done except ride the coat tales of Kirk and Tina????????
Highway 10

Leesville, LA

#36 Feb 4, 2013
You would think with all the obligations of a police officer, they would make more than a little above mimimum wage. It makes you wonder why anyone would want to be a police officer, heck no one likes them until they need them.
stop and drop

Leesville, LA

#37 Feb 4, 2013
Why dont people quit complaining about the people that could die in the line of duty protecting you, regardless if they are cops, firefighters, or emt's. These people do not get the thanks that they deserve, its eaasy to talk about them, while you set at your house with your familys on holidays, etc. How about just saying thanks for the job they do.

“Come on, really?”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#38 Feb 4, 2013
stop and drop wrote:
Why dont people quit complaining about the people that could die in the line of duty protecting you, regardless if they are cops, firefighters, or emt's. These people do not get the thanks that they deserve, its eaasy to talk about them, while you set at your house with your familys on holidays, etc. How about just saying thanks for the job they do.
I agree
Corn cob

Leesville, LA

#39 Feb 4, 2013
stop and drop wrote:
Why dont people quit complaining about the people that could die in the line of duty protecting you, regardless if they are cops, firefighters, or emt's. These people do not get the thanks that they deserve, its eaasy to talk about them, while you set at your house with your familys on holidays, etc. How about just saying thanks for the job they do.
The next time I deploy to Afghanistan and a police car flys by you and then turns into McDonalds you can say a thanks for nothing just for ole corn cob. Glad I can help keep your sorry arses safe too. You are all welcome.
dander

United States

#40 Feb 4, 2013
Ghostsniper389 wrote:
<quoted text>Oh and to say that a police officer is off duty is just down right dumb.

What if you where standing in a bank line and a would be robber walked in and you knew that also standing next to you was AN OFF DUTY police officer would you not expect him to do something ?

Or wait I know your on the side of the road bleeding and an off duty police officer drives by in his take home car, and due to him being off duty he just keeps driving home.

Oh I know, that same off duty officer is at home sitting on his front porch and sees a man kick in your door to steal your food stamps, and because he is off gets up in walks in side to watch the news, that would ok too right.

OR the best one is you are being beaten by a group of thugs and are breathing your last breath and look up to see that police officer who is off look at you and say "Sorry man I am off going home check you later",!!!

To put it in terms you can understand A POLICE OFFICER WORKS 24/7 365 DAYS A YEAR NO DAYS OFF ALL THE TIME FOR AS LONG AS HE WEARS THAT BADGE AND ALSO WHEN HE RETIRES, AS ITS IN HIS/HER BLOOD TO PROTECT YOUR SORRY ASS !!!!!!!
Actually, you are wrong. In fact , your entire post is wrong. Next time stop looking through your scope trying to zero in on the kill, cause you just might miss the point. You are talking all of this gibberish about being off duty as if I don't know how law enforcement goes.

What was said was that if an off duty officer is driving his personal vehicle, or whatever the case may be, he should not be treated any different than I would, if he were to break the law. Believe me, I know the code of on call 24/7.

See, you may have forgotten since you were fired from the agency you worked for. NOW, if the officer is on duty and does something, than sure, hit them harder. But off duty? No way Jose! He/she is a normal person and normal people make mistakes. In the uniform... Different story.

Next time, don't try and talk to me about cop life and rules, because I would school you on that topic.
dander

United States

#41 Feb 4, 2013
Highway 10 wrote:
You would think with all the obligations of a police officer, they would make more than a little above mimimum wage. It makes you wonder why anyone would want to be a police officer, heck no one likes them until they need them.
True...

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