Hadsell Lover coming to BP as contract worker to destroy PD
Posted in the Rowland Heights Forum
#2 May 17, 2013
Hey you forgot. He is a LIAR to
#3 May 17, 2013
The chief will be taking an administrative position at Azusa Pacific University, he said, which ends a long career in public service.
Wills was named associate vice president/chief risk officer at APU, according to a statement from the university.
"The university brings him on board to strengthen our overall risk management program and provide his special expertise to emergency planning and response," the statement read. "The search committee was impressed with his experience in risk management, emergency response and planning (including both a stint as a fire chief as well as extensive law enforcement experience), his collaborative leadership style, his leadership presence, and his strong Christian commitment."
Wills was born and raised in West Covina. He started his career at the Pasadena Police Department, where he worked for 15 years. He moved on to become the police chief in San Marino before he took the job as West Covina's chief in 1998.
Wills time as the city's top cop also coincided with several scandals, including one in which West Covina Police Officer Tyler Kennedy in 2010 was accused of sexually propositioning women who had reported rapes to the police department. The city was eventually sued in relation to Kennedy's conduct and Kennedy was fired from the department.
Wills also came under fire when police in February 2009 spent hours probing a Feb. 27, 2009, vandalism complaint lodged by Wills' then-girlfriend after the girlfriend's car was damaged, an investigation that seemed to draw far more police attention than similar vandalism calls.
Shortly after the alleged vandalism, Wills' then-girlfriend told West Covina police that her ex-husband had raped her seven months earlier, according to sources close to the investigation.
And in 2012, an appeals court upheld a $1.5 million wrongful death judgement against the city. The judge's panel agreed with a jury's verdict that West Covina police officers in 2007 beat, asphyxiated and Tasered David Mendoza to death while Mendoza was hospitalized.
"APU is a faith-based institution and my faith is important to me," Wills said. "It was a position that was interesting to me; they're doing innovative management things at APU and it's a fascinating opportunity and something that interested me very much, which would let me use talents I have cultivated over the years."
#4 May 17, 2013
A man has sued West Covina, its police chief and West Covina police officer Tyler Kennedy, whom he claims falsely arrested him in order to have an intimate relationship with his ex-wife.
The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court and seeks unspecified damages. It also alleges West Covina police officers, with the tacit permission of city government, regularily discriminated against Hispanics and other minorities.
As a result, the lawsuit alleges, Police Department and city officials refrained from disciplining rogue officers.
"Said policies, proceedures, customs and practices called for (city officials) by means of inaction and coverup to encourage (West Covina police officers) to believe that improper
Tyler Kennedy (SGVN/Staff photo by Leo Jarzomb)
use of searches and seizures including searches and seizures against members of minority groups was permissibleSaku Ethir, attorney for Kennedy, did not return four calls for comment Tuesday and Wednesday. West Covina City Attorney Arnold Alvarez-Glasman also did not return calls for comment.West Covina police Chief Frank Wills said Tuesday he anticipated the filing, which seeks unspecified damages for the plaintiff's lost wages, court costs, and pain and suffering.
"We've expected this lawsuit for many months," said the police chief. "Bringing the conduct of all the parties involved in this matter out into the light of day will serve the public's interest."
Wills, a former Pasadena police officer and former San Marino police chief, said it would be inappropriate for him to comment further.
#5 May 17, 2013
Hey Wills that is not RISK management
That is RISKY management
#6 May 17, 2013
Wills said. "It was a position that was interesting to me; they're doing innovative management things at APU and it's a fascinating opportunity and something that interested me very much, which would let me use talents I have cultivated over the years."
Sounds like you are ready to screw as many chicks as you can.
I am sure its a interesting and fascinating opportunity for you.
Are you going to use the talents you learned from Tyler. You still got a signed copy of his book. The Magic Triangle.
Are you still screwing the Baldwin Park police Chief
#7 May 17, 2013
"APU is a faith-based institution and my faith is important to me," Wills said.
Hey Wills You didn't mention your divorce or why you were unfaithful to your wife.
Are you sure that your faith is important to you.
Looking forward to reading about the first student you knock up.
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