West York Police officers save man's life
Two West York Police officers are being credited with saving the life of a man who suffered a cardiac event at work earlier this month.
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#1 Jan 14, 2014
It's nice to hear of them helping someone instead of beating on them.
Good job fella's!
#2 Jan 14, 2014
If you can do better , get an application and get your name in !
#3 Jan 14, 2014
its about time we here about officers helping some one instead of them roughing them up tasering them or shooting them
#4 Jan 16, 2014
I find this hard to believe. York police are not known for helping people. Heck, they don't even obey the laws.
This one life won't make up for the innocent people they have killed.
#5 Jan 21, 2014
Nice work West York PD. This is another example of why I am NOT in favor of REGIONAL POLICE. Being an EMT for many years, I have responded to hundreds of emergency medical calls. More often than not LOCAL POLICE are on the scene before we arrive. In the case of REGIONAL POLICE, you are lucky if they arrive before the ambulance is ready to leave for the hospital. Being spread thin as most regional depatments are, they have too far to travel, which effects their response time. LOCAL POLICE are known to arrive on the scene of calls in a timely manner. This can make the difference many times between life and death. By the way, this includes shootings, stabbings, and other violent assaults, where it's really nice to see the LOCAL POLICE already there when we arrive in the ambulance. Yep, I only wish more areas would keep their local police and just so NO to regional police. I know there's a lot of political figures and media folks pushing REGIONAL, but for me, I say stick to your LOCAL POLICE if you want the BEST service.
#6 May 3, 2014
I'd rather not wake up than wake up in jail with extra injuries after needing medical attention. NO LOCAL POLICE.
#7 May 12, 2014
Don't resist arrest , don't do dumb stuff like run from the PD and you will be fine.
" if you can't do the time , don't do the crime"
#8 May 12, 2014
Perhaps you should quote your pathetic "if you can't do the time" line to the courts who offer ARD programs for offenders of DUI. The law seems to bend when it wants to.
I know a girl named Christie Fulmer and she got only 8 years in prison for a DUI crash that killed a young girl and messed 2 others up but the judge didnt give her the time for her crime.
DUI should be so unpleasant people would think twice before committing them but unfortunately the courts instead of giving these people time will accomidate them with breathalizers and house arrest ect.........
A person doing or selling drugs who is only harming them self get's more time than a person who Drinks and drives and in the Fulmer/Wolpert case do only 8 years.
It's the corrupt courts and law-enforcement that allow this crap to happen.
Here's another case example since you like to have them
Ronald James this man should never see the light of day and the longest rap sheet I have personally seen one individual to have (mind blowing) but you'd of never guessed because ex- law maker Tom Armstrong had this offender visiting local churches in Marietta a few years ago. It wasn't until this offender started to harass little children and woman at this church that it was brought to light.
If you never heard of the pre-release program perhaps you should google search it let's violent offenders like Mr. Ronald James out of prison still as an "inmate" to serve out the remaining 2 years of there sentence. The perverts and criminials were than allowed to go unsupervised into society with out any citizens aware of it until of course the maniacs can't function in normal society and start perving and harassing more victims......
Now what do you have to say to that used to be blue???
Quit busting this guys balls weather you accept it or not the law is corrupt Im sorry if your naive to that fact and I understand I used to believe in it to but that was before I got screwed myself and read of cases like Mr. Anderson wrongfully imprisoned becasue of the corrupt law.......
So do you all have a circle jerk to celebrate your modern day gestoppo after you arrest someone??? Does it get your dick hard and get you off???
#9 May 12, 2014
By the way I'm still waiting on that "position" I bet that would get your jollies off taking orders from a young lady.... Ha ha you all don't have the guts or the balls to have me for a capitain It would probably be 5 min. before you were all crying for me to leave but it's a kind thought however...... when your ready to really give me the "spot" than let's here and have it..... where do I sign up???
#10 May 13, 2014
The corruption that you refer to apparently stems from the court side of the issue , not Law Enforcement. Don't think that LE is a fan of some of the decisions made by the courts.
I can't speak for your personal run ins with LE. As always , there is two sides to every story.
#11 May 13, 2014
The position awaits you. There is no maximum age limit to be hired as a Police Officer in PA. You are welcome to go apply and than use your newfound authority to change the world.
I started earning my. " guts " when I left home at 17 and went in the military. My Training Sgt in fact was Sgt. Dorothy Steel. That's correct , SHE was the Sgt for a bunch of guys. After 4 years active duty ( one in Korea), I did 3 more years in the Air National Guard at Harrisburg.
I only got out because I was hired as a Police Officer. A position I held locally for over 25 years. I was under the authority of various people during my career , some were female.
So I highly doubt you have either the ability or the stomach to do what I have already done. If the opposite is true....start applying , actually get hired as a PO and check back.
I will wait around and see how you make out.
#12 May 14, 2014
I will apply just for giggles but I can say with almost certanty they would find some ass nine reason to reject me the F'n millitary did there loss though ha ha.
But if I'm lucky and awarded some kind of position to make the world better and get real scumbags off the street I'd be on it like flies on shit.
Than maybe I'd be credible enough to have people beleive the truth I spew about our corrupt judges. See I could never be one of those either cause i never went to college.
I went to Trade school I'm a welder by trade not a book worm although I do like to read.
Congrats on your military trainging
Let me ask you something hope you don't mind and a little off topic.
How is it Military men (some) will judge a lady for having an abortion and want to preach Godly shit about how wrong it is and they are the first to go over seas not for our freedom but for there paycheck and the greedy Bush, Dupont, Brown oil rights and now the "poppy plant" protection???
Which by the way What conclusion do you come to when Soldiers in Afgan.; are protecting just that the "poppy plants" and Heroin is at an all time high?????
How is that defending our country?? More like Fcking up what is left of it.
The military to day isn't what it was when my poppy fought in world war 2. He was fought in the European theatre.
They are to defend not rob innocent people of not only there lives but the very resources they also depend on.
This is one greedy and messed up Country it definatley will keep me busy so much so I might not even have time to make my valuable posts
#13 May 14, 2014
Isnt the Air National Guard the guys who polish the
"air planes" ??
Weekend Warriors??? Is law-enforcement where they all go after they are all cleaned???
Probably didn't keep your Dck as hard huh or stroke your ego playing hero part-time?
So you went to full time power position???
Does it work better for you???
#14 May 14, 2014
Apply to any dept you want. They all take apps from time to time. I did not have a degree when I was hired , most departments don't require one ( except PSP). While having a degree is of course good , having common sense , being to think and react on your feet is a far better ability to have than a piece if sheepskin.
Two of the worst officers I had to work with had 4 yeR degrees in LE from York College. The best people I worked with were the military veterans. They understand the hierarchy of command and control better than any book educated person does.
As to the rest of your diatribe , I might consider answering it if you really wanted an answer. You just want to spew.
Go ahead , it is your right. I just won't be part of it.
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