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rcan

Newburgh, IN

#21 Feb 16, 2013
For those of you that don't understand the process. The people that " leave" the law enforcement community in the manner that most of the recent "ex" deputies do so to avoid being fired... They are allowed a graceful departure to help with the public image of the dept..... Let that stew in your head for a while....
forced

United States

#22 Feb 16, 2013
rcan wrote:
For those of you that don't understand the process. The people that " leave" the law enforcement community in the manner that most of the recent "ex" deputies do so to avoid being fired... They are allowed a graceful departure to help with the public image of the dept..... Let that stew in your head for a while....
Thanks O' knowledgeable one. Some also leave a job/career because their boss(es) may hear they are wanting the boss(es) position. Or they may leave because they can't stand the political atmosphere any longer and want it changed. If there are grounds to fire someone then they should be fired and not allowed to leave silently. If they are not fired then the employee can twist things as they seems fit.
Juice

Florence, KY

#23 Feb 16, 2013
David can't be beat in a fight
rcan

Tucker, GA

#24 Feb 17, 2013
forced wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks O' knowledgeable one. Some also leave a job/career because their boss(es) may hear they are wanting the boss(es) position. Or they may leave because they can't stand the political atmosphere any longer and want it changed. If there are grounds to fire someone then they should be fired and not allowed to leave silently. If they are not fired then the employee can twist things as they seems fit.
You are absolutely correct. Firing should occur when warranted. However around here, it's not been the case. I know personally several deputies who have left on their own accord to avoid firing, which saves their pensions or retirement benefits from being taken away. All I'm saying is I know far to many people on the dept and a lot of what goes on , to vote for someone who's going after the "bosses" job after leaving with a short career.......
forced

Louisville, KY

#26 Feb 17, 2013
rcan wrote:
<quoted text>You are absolutely correct. Firing should occur when warranted. However around here, it's not been the case. I know personally several deputies who have left on their own accord to avoid firing, which saves their pensions or retirement benefits from being taken away. All I'm saying is I know far to many people on the dept and a lot of what goes on , to vote for someone who's going after the "bosses" job after leaving with a short career.......
The deputies pay into that pension plan so even if fired they wouldn't have it taken away. If they are brought in front of their Merit Board then I know that is public/open meeting. If the merit board decides to fire them, I think the deputy can appeal it to a judge. Regardless of the situation, if there are grounds to fire them then they should be fired. Not exactly sure on the reasoning not to other than they, the deputy and the Sheriff, wouldn't want all the laundry to be public.
rcan

Newburgh, IN

#28 Feb 17, 2013
forced wrote:
<quoted text>The deputies pay into that pension plan so even if fired they wouldn't have it taken away. If they are brought in front of their Merit Board then I know that is public/open meeting. If the merit board decides to fire them, I think the deputy can appeal it to a judge. Regardless of the situation, if there are grounds to fire them then they should be fired. Not exactly sure on the reasoning not to other than they, the deputy and the Sheriff, wouldn't want all the laundry to be public.
You hit the nail on the head my friend. The dirty laundry clause is what it should probably be called. Lol.
singlemommy

Salem, IN

#30 Oct 22, 2014
Do you want a sheriff who "accidentally" discharged his weapon at a TRAINING seminar?? Then vote Wedding LoL not to mention he's so deep in the conspiracies and cover ups... Kirk is the man
singlemommy

Salem, IN

#31 Oct 22, 2014
If you want the guy that "accidentally" discharges his weapon/gun at a TRAINING seminar?? If so vote Wedding LoL... Kirk is the man for the job- no question
hay

United States

#32 Oct 22, 2014
Eagle in the Sky wrote:
Who is better Jim Tucker or Dave Wedding? And will anyone else run against them in the primary?
Def not Dave
Bufurd Pusser

Evansville, IN

#33 Oct 22, 2014
Man they are scraping the bottom of the barrel this election. Two most unqualified candidates for sheriff I have ever seen. Law enforcement in Vanderburgh County has really hit bottom.
evillemom

Salem, IN

#34 Oct 28, 2014
Check out the Evansville Topic Forum tiltled: Sheriff ... All I can say is WoW... And as the mother of a young girl... Disgusted- enough said!!
why

La Grange, KY

#35 Oct 30, 2014
evillemom wrote:
Check out the Evansville Topic Forum tiltled: Sheriff ... All I can say is WoW... And as the mother of a young girl... Disgusted- enough said!!
Disgusted about what?
wow

Evansville, IN

#36 Oct 30, 2014
Eagle in the Sky wrote:
Who are Kirk Byram and Brian Underwood? Are they dems or repubs?
That's irrelevant
Graycee

Evansville, IN

#37 Oct 31, 2014
What happened to the recent thread about Byram cheating on and beating his first wife? Is that true? It sounded like one of Byrams coworkers had direct knowledge of byrams history of domestic violence. I think the media should look into this if it happened. Byram shouldn't get a pass on this because they all support him.
republican

Newburgh, IN

#38 Oct 31, 2014
Vote Brian underwood! He's a family man that'd make sure the place is ran right like he'd want if ran to protect his and other families!
Protect Yourself

United States

#39 Nov 1, 2014
republican wrote:
Vote Brian underwood! He's a family man that'd make sure the place is ran right like he'd want if ran to protect his and other families!
Didn't think Underwood was running? He's not on the ballot on the IN Voter info website.
The real truth

Newburgh, IN

#40 Nov 13, 2014
It's obvious that Dave Wedding is not a nice person. His speech after he won reflected his nasty, negative attitude. And now, he is retaliating against his opponent, by trying to move him to a second shift job. How unethical and shady! Dave Wedding, you disgust our community! What a dirty snake you are. Dave Wedding must be a really miserable, unhappy person. People can see right through him now. His true colors are coming out! How pathetic!
Alex M

Montgomery, AL

#41 Nov 14, 2014
The real truth wrote:
It's obvious that Dave Wedding is not a nice person. His speech after he won reflected his nasty, negative attitude. And now, he is retaliating against his opponent, by trying to move him to a second shift job. How unethical and shady! Dave Wedding, you disgust our community! What a dirty snake you are. Dave Wedding must be a really miserable, unhappy person. People can see right through him now. His true colors are coming out! How pathetic!
I have to say that I agree. This is not true leadership but a school playground mentality but not unexpected.
I have always heard if you cross the "good ole boys" that you will be dealt with.
A real leader does not want to be surrounded by yes men, I know this from personal experience.

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