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ESD

Kathleen, GA

#21 Aug 25, 2010
I know that there are so many more people that are in favor of, and support the Police, then these other ignorant fools... I have wasted enough of my time with this fool... Thank you all for your support for your local law enforcement. It is what keeps us going..God Bless you all
none sense

United States

#22 Aug 26, 2010
ah calling the police pigs. i am pretty sure thats so in the 1960s. try using douche or dick. let me put it in a sentance.... "none, you are a douchebag", or "none, stop being such a dick". there thats more like it. hey scumbag, you really gonna drive down and give strafford an ear full? do you think your mommy is going to let you borrow the car to do that? i know you are sitting in your bedroom at your mommys house playing world of warcraft, trying to meet women on line and knocking the police. yeah come on down and use that mouthy ass aginst the police. mabey you can go to jail, and give that ass and mouth a real workout. oh wait, how you gonna get down here, your mommy took away the car privlages for the next week.
hawg

United States

#23 Aug 26, 2010
ESD wrote:
I know that there are so many more people that are in favor of, and support the Police, then these other ignorant fools... I have wasted enough of my time with this fool... Thank you all for your support for your local law enforcement. It is what keeps us going..God Bless you all
no god bless you esd, for all the brothers and sisters in the public safety field keep up the good work.
Strafford Citizen on FB

Columbia, MO

#24 Feb 14, 2011
Clearly none of you have been stopped in strafford for a cracked tail light (which they do). They also handcuff most people stopped for speeding, and crime isn't LOW here, as they suggest. We still have thefts, vandals (city parks), and more, yet to hear them, you would think we had the lowest crime rate because they all have swat team gear on all the time.

Since: Feb 11

United States

#25 Feb 14, 2011
Strafford police are a joke!
Waiting Roomers

Neosho, MO

#26 Jun 27, 2011
I would be willing to guess, if you did reserch on where the money goes that is collected from assessed fines from things such as traffic tickets, that a majority of the money goes to the local school district and not the "city police donut fund".
I believe the citizens of the United States have a constitutional right to redress of grievence. It probably wouldn't be too hard to find an attorney to represent you if you actually have a valid complaint.
Citizens also have the right to participate in a ride-along with your local police, so you can see first hand which donut shop they frequent the most, or what type of clown nose they wear on the job, or what other fantasies you believe in just because someone else said so.
Wouldn't it be fun to come to your job if you have one and see just how perfect you do day in & day out with the best attitude, looking sharp and never showing up late for work and never risking a coworkers saftey no matter how many times you've been to a saftey meeting?
I'm certain those who critisize the police without basis of a complaint are absolutely flawless individuals who should have already been voted in as mayor, or President of the United States.
By the way, if this statement rubs you the wrong way, "If the shoe fits...wear it"
A Citizen Strafforde

Springfield, MO

#27 Jan 19, 2013
A cop just resigned, then was fired after he submitted a letter telling about what goes on in the Police Department. No On in city hall cares.
SuZ

West Plains, MO

#28 Jan 22, 2013
They are wire tapping all departmental communications, interviewing all the staff and running a team through the books too. And it isn't ending there either. Warrants for personal taps have also been filled. There is a full investigation in the works.
A Citizen Straffordable

Columbia, MO

#29 Jan 23, 2013
Somebody

Springfield, MO

#30 Jan 25, 2013
Tom aka A Citizen of Straffordable,
If you would spend less time griping about the police department doing their jobs and city hall doing their jobs, and more time actually attempting to contribute some good to that City, maybe you would get somewhere. You're a joke. You've got you little band of friends throwing stories on the wall and hoping one will stick. Everybody knows you're a joke. People listen to you to be polite but as soon as your leave they forget what you were saying. You know why? Cause you're a sh** stirrer. Get a life. You're not important. Remember that.
Amazed

Strafford, MO

#31 Feb 7, 2013
I tell ya what. Let me strap a gun to your side after I give you a list of every single reason you can't use it, send you out amongst a world of chaos, drug users, abusers, violence and a throng of other law breakers. Whatever you do, don't pull your gun. Not unless it is THE last thing you can do.
You're going to have to pull people over who may or may not be covered in blood with a body in the trunk of their car. They could be high. They could be infected with HIV or HepC or a host of other easily transmitted diseases and they will try to spit on you or you could scrape open a sore when you're trying to cuff them. You could even poke yourself with one of their needles when you pat them down. Then you're going to have to go out to homes where you have to try to take someone's kid from them. You're going to have to see that child's confusion, pain and hunger from being beaten, malnourished and you're going to have to try to remember you're in America and things like that aren't supposed to happen. You're going to have to convince yourself that this child is in a better place when you see him or her laying dead in the ditch because of a drug overdose years later. You're going to expose yourself to all of these things and THEN you're going to pull over some drunk driver one day and they are going to run from you. They will try to kill other people with this action. And they just might do it.
And for this glorious action; we're going to start you out at $11 an hour. And if you do really well then we'll put you on the schedule for another day. And if YOU have a really bad day at work you may not get out of it alive...

Welcome to being a police officer...
Amazed

Strafford, MO

#32 Feb 7, 2013
I nearly forgot that you're going to have a day where you have to look a parent in the eyes and tell them you found their missing child. And just before their eyes fill to the top with great happiness; you're going to have to watch utter devastation explode before you when you tell them you found that child had been killed only after being raped, beaten or sodomized. You're going to have to carry that image with you of their child and then carry the image of a mother whom you had to tell would never see her baby again.
You're going to have to see the effects of meth rape your community and work every single day trying to figure out where it's coming from before it reaches another child, maybe even your own. You're going to have to give up any hope of a quiet life with weekends free for barbeques, beer and laughter of friends and family. By taking this tin, you're agreeing to turn over every aspect of your life to the microscope only an over zealous taxpayer can provide. And don't think for a minute that even the amount you spend on a hair cut can't be called into question because it can, so keep it in check.
Your wife/husband/girlfriend/boyfri end will fight with you about your crazy schedule because it will never be just the 9 to 5. Something will ALWAYS happen and you WILL have to go to work instead of finishing the movie, the dinner or your kid's school play. And God help you the first time your significant other wakes up alone because some drunken jackass decided to kill his mother, his father and even the dog before he killed himself and now you have to go figure out why.
But hey... we're going to give you this handy dandy piece of faux bullet proof vest to wear going into that scene just in case the guy isn't really dead and jumps up shooting again. Just make sure you don't let him get you here, here, here, here or there. Those parts don't have plates in them.
That $11 an hour is looking better and better. Right?
QQ

United States

#33 Feb 7, 2013
Amazed wrote:
I nearly forgot that you're going to have a day where you have to look a parent in the eyes and tell them you found their missing child. And just before their eyes fill to the top with great happiness; you're going to have to watch utter devastation explode before you when you tell them you found that child had been killed only after being raped, beaten or sodomized. You're going to have to carry that image with you of their child and then carry the image of a mother whom you had to tell would never see her baby again.
You're going to have to see the effects of meth rape your community and work every single day trying to figure out where it's coming from before it reaches another child, maybe even your own. You're going to have to give up any hope of a quiet life with weekends free for barbeques, beer and laughter of friends and family. By taking this tin, you're agreeing to turn over every aspect of your life to the microscope only an over zealous taxpayer can provide. And don't think for a minute that even the amount you spend on a hair cut can't be called into question because it can, so keep it in check.
Your wife/husband/girlfriend/boyfri end will fight with you about your crazy schedule because it will never be just the 9 to 5. Something will ALWAYS happen and you WILL have to go to work instead of finishing the movie, the dinner or your kid's school play. And God help you the first time your significant other wakes up alone because some drunken jackass decided to kill his mother, his father and even the dog before he killed himself and now you have to go figure out why.
But hey... we're going to give you this handy dandy piece of faux bullet proof vest to wear going into that scene just in case the guy isn't really dead and jumps up shooting again. Just make sure you don't let him get you here, here, here, here or there. Those parts don't have plates in them.
That $11 an hour is looking better and better. Right?
Cry me a river. Last time I checked this was America and we aren't forced to do a job. You want to be a cop...good for you but don't bitch about the job and pay trying to get people to feel sorry for you. If you're so worried about money than maybe you should have picked a better paying career. I bet it's because those are hard to pull off huh?

Also don't act like you're working the night shift as the only white cop in Harlem. You act like it's a daily thing that you need to pull your gun and tell families their abducted child was found gang raped by a wild group of serial killers you have shoot-outs with on a daily basis.
Amazed

Strafford, MO

#34 Feb 8, 2013
QQ I'm willing to bet you didn't do very well in reading comprehension in your course work. There was no "bitching" about the job the officers do. There was simply a description of their duties. As for the better paying career; I am currently a network administrator who happens to have a family full of officers on various levels of service. So, while you're sitting there with your foot in your mouth, realize that not only officers defend/respect/admire our officers. STAND UP CITIZENS DO TOO!
Have a nice day!
QQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Cry me a river. Last time I checked this was America and we aren't forced to do a job. You want to be a cop...good for you but don't bitch about the job and pay trying to get people to feel sorry for you. If you're so worried about money than maybe you should have picked a better paying career. I bet it's because those are hard to pull off huh?
Also don't act like you're working the night shift as the only white cop in Harlem. You act like it's a daily thing that you need to pull your gun and tell families their abducted child was found gang raped by a wild group of serial killers you have shoot-outs with on a daily basis.
QQ

United States

#35 Feb 8, 2013
Amazed wrote:
<quoted text>QQ I'm willing to bet you didn't do very well in reading comprehension in your course work. There was no "bitching" about the job the officers do. There was simply a description of their duties. As for the better paying career; I am currently a network administrator who happens to have a family full of officers on various levels of service. So, while you're sitting there with your foot in your mouth, realize that not only officers defend/respect/admire our officers. STAND UP CITIZENS DO TOO!
Have a nice day!
Oh boy you sure put me in my place...
rusure

United States

#36 Feb 9, 2013
I can reckonise you , i can see everything !

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