Nathan

Ville Platte, LA

#63 May 31, 2013
Nothing more than a dumb as hidding behind a badg.No clue about the law. Just his stupid grin and stupid laugh.
Crag

Mamou, LA

#65 Jun 7, 2013
Hey Dwayne I heard you could ot control your mouth again at Crooed Creek again and the SO had to go make you shut up. You gotso souch class. Only roblem is that it is all very low class. LMFAO!!!!!
Mr Mitchell

Mamou, LA

#66 Jun 8, 2013
He was very drunk anloud. Just like he gets every time he gets dunk. Fine representitive of a Police Departmen, let lone a supervisor of a department. Hard to deceplne the crew you supervise. The key stone cops at their best.
Dennis Brown

Ville Platte, LA

#68 Jun 22, 2013
This has got to e the most ignorant police Officer I have ever met. I saw him the other day an asked if he knew how tune his radar and how often he did it. He looked t m like he saw a gost ad had no clue of ho to calibrate his radar unit. Get him on the stand of you get a ticket and watch him make a fool of himself. How professional is this place where they do not calibrate their radar after each stop.
duke

United States

#69 Jun 22, 2013
Dennis Brown wrote:
This has got to e the most ignorant police Officer I have ever met. I saw him the other day an asked if he knew how tune his radar and how often he did it. He looked t m like he saw a gost ad had no clue of ho to calibrate his radar unit. Get him on the stand of you get a ticket and watch him make a fool of himself. How professional is this place where they do not calibrate their radar after each stop.
Hey dumbazz!! Police do not calibrate a radar unit!! Shows how much you know!! Get off his tip!! You are a reject!!
Do what?

Ville Platte, LA

#70 Jun 23, 2013
duke wrote:
<quoted text>Hey dumbazz!! Police do not calibrate a radar unit!! Shows how much you know!! Get off his tip!! You are a reject!!
I'm pretty sure you are just trying to make an example of a typo bit just in case you are not-

Every radar comes with a tuning fork and if you would have attended a radar certification class you would have been told that.
The radar does not necessary have to be tuned after every ticket but should be tuned at the beginning of each and every shift. It depends on the departmental policy.
duke

United States

#71 Jun 23, 2013
[QUOTE who="Do what?"]<quoted text>I'm pretty sure you are just trying to make an example of a typo bit just in case you are not-

Every radar comes with a tuning fork and if you would have attended a radar certification class you would have been told that.
The radar does not necessary have to be tuned after every ticket but should be tuned at the beginning of each and every shift. It depends on the departmental policy.[/QUOTE]
Hey doof!! An officer tests the unit using tuning forks against the calibration provided by a "certified" person usually with department of weights and standards or an equivalent department, not an officer who operates the unit!! Now seeing you ha e recently graduated from your lil police academy within the past 5 or so years, talk with me when you achieve several more years of experience! You are extremely weak I. Policy and procedure when it comes to law enforcement! What department?? No, don't answer!! It would be a shame!!
shawn e

United States

#72 Jun 23, 2013
WHAT?? Calibrate?? Police radar units can be verified for accuracy by utilizing a "tuning fork". The radar is not actually "tuned" but simply verified as being accurate by the use of the tuning fork. The word "tuning" comes from the fact that the same type of forks are used to "tune" musical instruments. The tuning fork is made out of aluminum, and it's length and shape is designed to vibrate at a set frequency each time it is struck.

Any X band tuning fork will work on any X band radar. Any K band fork will work on any K band radar. Ka band forks are specific to the manufacturer of radar. This is because all 4 manufacturers have different Ka band operating frequencies.

The tuning forks are used as an "external source" of generating a signal and thus verifying the accuracy of the radar's readout. Again, no actual tuning or adjustment is done on the radar. One tuning fork is required for a stationary only radar. Two tuning forks are required for a Moving/Stationary radar unit.
Dennis Brown

Ville Platte, LA

#73 Jun 23, 2013
shawn e wrote:
WHAT?? Calibrate?? Police radar units can be verified for accuracy by utilizing a "tuning fork". The radar is not actually "tuned" but simply verified as being accurate by the use of the tuning fork. The word "tuning" comes from the fact that the same type of forks are used to "tune" musical instruments. The tuning fork is made out of aluminum, and it's length and shape is designed to vibrate at a set frequency each time it is struck.
Any X band tuning fork will work on any X band radar. Any K band fork will work on any K band radar. Ka band forks are specific to the manufacturer of radar. This is because all 4 manufacturers have different Ka band operating frequencies.
The tuning forks are used as an "external source" of generating a signal and thus verifying the accuracy of the radar's readout. Again, no actual tuning or adjustment is done on the radar. One tuning fork is required for a stationary only radar. Two tuning forks are required for a Moving/Stationary radar unit.
So why doesn't this idiot know about this or utalise this in his everyday activities while doing speed enforcement. Such a idiot!
I am so proud of our Sheriff's Department. NOT!!!!
shawn e

Ville Platte, LA

#74 Jun 23, 2013
Dennis Brown wrote:
<quoted text>So why doesn't this idiot know about this or utalise this in his everyday activities while doing speed enforcement. Such a idiot!
I am so proud of our Sheriff's Department. NOT!!!!
Can't answer that one for ya Dennis, but "tuning" should be conducted prior to shift and prior to end of shift. Department policy would state what or when in between they require "tuning." But a department needs a policy to enforce anything!! Can't say there is one or not...
Tim

Ville Platte, LA

#75 Jun 23, 2013
I have been listening to all of this and it appears that there is no policy and procedure at that Sheriff's Office. Haw can that be in this day and time. Does Eddie let these guys run rampent on the street with rules to follow. Doesn't say much for him. I bet this is the only Department in La. that has no written policy and procedure. NO wonder he has such a turn overof policemanat that deoartment. No rules to survive by and that just leaves the Dy. at Jeremy and Craigs whim. Neither are very good policeman and they are led by drunk in his Pajamas.
shawn e

Ville Platte, LA

#76 Jun 23, 2013
Tim wrote:
I have been listening to all of this and it appears that there is no policy and procedure at that Sheriff's Office. Haw can that be in this day and time. Does Eddie let these guys run rampent on the street with rules to follow. Doesn't say much for him. I bet this is the only Department in La. that has no written policy and procedure. NO wonder he has such a turn overof policemanat that deoartment. No rules to survive by and that just leaves the Dy. at Jeremy and Craigs whim. Neither are very good policeman and they are led by drunk in his Pajamas.
I ain't getting into that one! They know how I feel...lol
Do what?

Ville Platte, LA

#77 Jun 23, 2013
shawn e wrote:
<quoted text>Can't answer that one for ya Dennis, but "tuning" should be conducted prior to shift and prior to end of shift. Department policy would state what or when in between they require "tuning." But a department needs a policy to enforce anything!! Can't say there is one or not...
Well that is clearly what I pointed out in my previous post.
shawn e

Ville Platte, LA

#78 Jun 23, 2013
[QUOTE who="Do what?"]<quoted text>Well that is clearly what I pointed out in my previous post.[/QUOTE]
You're observant!
Dirk

Ville Platte, LA

#79 Jun 26, 2013
I have been reading this about Dewayne and have come to the conclusion that he doe not know his job and this bring up the question of why is he a Sgt. and how can he supervise if he does not know his job.

I witnessed a conversation the other night where Jeremy called out Travis to explain to him how a Dy, wrecked his unit. Basco explained and told him to check his gps and it would tell him the speed at the time of the accident. A point the Sheriff made when he purchased the GPS units. Is Jeremy such a weak supervisor that he has to ask subordinates how to reconstruct wrecks? That is leaderships at its worst. We must not have anybody qualified to be in a supervisor’s role at the So. Come own sheriff we deserve better and pay for better Law enforcement than you are providing to the people of Evangeline Parish.
eddie has gotten ridd of all the Qualified Supervisors he needed. That indicated the problem is at the top! No Ploicy and proceedure, who can work with out standards in this day and time. Sheriff's Offices in the surrounding Parishes are far more advanced than Evangeline parish that is it not out of line to compare it to GUNSMOKE enforcement.
Lostinvp

Ville Platte, LA

#80 Jun 26, 2013
Dirk wrote:
I have been reading this about Dewayne and have come to the conclusion that he doe not know his job and this bring up the question of why is he a Sgt. and how can he supervise if he does not know his job.
I witnessed a conversation the other night where Jeremy called out Travis to explain to him how a Dy, wrecked his unit. Basco explained and told him to check his gps and it would tell him the speed at the time of the accident. A point the Sheriff made when he purchased the GPS units. Is Jeremy such a weak supervisor that he has to ask subordinates how to reconstruct wrecks? That is leaderships at its worst. We must not have anybody qualified to be in a supervisor’s role at the So. Come own sheriff we deserve better and pay for better Law enforcement than you are providing to the people of Evangeline Parish.
eddie has gotten ridd of all the Qualified Supervisors he needed. That indicated the problem is at the top! No Ploicy and proceedure, who can work with out standards in this day and time. Sheriff's Offices in the surrounding Parishes are far more advanced than Evangeline parish that is it not out of line to compare it to GUNSMOKE enforcement.
Pathetic but true.
Dirk

Ville Platte, LA

#81 Jul 10, 2013
I saw him at the corner store hustling the clerk there. He made a fool of himsel while i uniform with several peole watching him. Does the Sheriff no care what his people do on duty?
Zoe

Longville, LA

#82 Jul 16, 2013
shawn e wrote:
WHAT?? Calibrate?? Police radar units can be verified for accuracy by utilizing a "tuning fork". The radar is not actually "tuned" but simply verified as being accurate by the use of the tuning fork. The word "tuning" comes from the fact that the same type of forks are used to "tune" musical instruments. The tuning fork is made out of aluminum, and it's length and shape is designed to vibrate at a set frequency each time it is struck.
Any X band tuning fork will work on any X band radar. Any K band fork will work on any K band radar. Ka band forks are specific to the manufacturer of radar. This is because all 4 manufacturers have different Ka band operating frequencies.
The tuning forks are used as an "external source" of generating a signal and thus verifying the accuracy of the radar's readout. Again, no actual tuning or adjustment is done on the radar. One tuning fork is required for a stationary only radar. Two tuning forks are required for a Moving/Stationary radar unit.
You need to get out more often man
Rebecca

Ville Platte, LA

#83 Jul 17, 2013
Zoe wrote:
<quoted text>
You need to get out more often man
You need to open your eyes and look around you and see what you life has turned into.
Jeremy

Ville Platte, LA

#84 Jul 17, 2013
You just can't fix STUPID! Lost cause!

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