The most loved police officer in Bull...
Thank You

Shepherdsville, KY

#22 Nov 1, 2012
Rocko & Profit
honesty

Louisville, KY

#25 Feb 12, 2015
Bruce wrote:
Chad Kolter has my vote. ;-)
officer kolter is a corrupt cop.
victim of police brutality by him over here in louisville.
for real

Bardstown, KY

#26 Feb 12, 2015
Dave Greenwell is the best.
Dawson is a lowlife that should be in jail a lot longer then anyone he has put there. Cops should not be put on a pedestal they should be held to a stricter guideline then the general public. We the taxpayers pay them to protect and serve, not threaten and bully.
spartan

Louisville, KY

#27 Feb 12, 2015
I nominate officer Rocco,,, he's totally sexy and I'd love to take his 'nightstick' upside my 'mouth' anytime,,,
Fiesty

Louisville, KY

#28 Feb 12, 2015
spartan wrote:
I nominate officer Rocco,,, he's totally sexy and I'd love to take his 'nightstick' upside my 'mouth' anytime,,,
Careful because someone says he dates a dope head with an attitude. He or she might get you.
spartan

Shepherdsville, KY

#29 Feb 12, 2015
spartan wrote:
I nominate officer Rocco,,, he's totally sexy and I'd love to take his 'nightstick' upside my 'mouth' anytime,,,
Well.I really ain't got no problem with voting Mr.Rocco as the "most loved police-officer in Bullitt County".Even though I'm pretty sure that most loved police-officer in "Shepherdsville" is a bit more realistic.
Either way though,,,it ain't real likely about the stick.
spartan

Shepherdsville, KY

#30 Feb 12, 2015
Fiesty wrote:
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Careful because someone says he dates a dope head with an attitude. He or she might get you.
Hmmm.
spartan

Louisville, KY

#31 Feb 12, 2015
spartan wrote:
I nominate officer Rocco,,, he's totally sexy and I'd love to take his 'nightstick' upside my 'mouth' anytime,,,
Are you a nightstick licker, spartiepoo?
Violated

Shepherdsville, KY

#32 Feb 17, 2015
Bryan wrote:
<quoted text> then why u salute these pigs? Disrespect is disrespect is it not?
Yes disrespect is disrespect and it happens way more than it should in shepherdsville. Everytime I see someone pulled over in shepherdsville, pioneer village, hillview I notice that they are going thru their vehicle immediately. I understand sometimes when there's probable cause, but everytime. I even seen them going thru a woman's car that had her little child with her, as soon as they pulled her over they were going thru everything. I'm telling you they do what they want in shepherdsville, violating people's rights out of this world, but most people don't know they are doing this illegally. Then there's one officer that just literally should not be a officer by No means whatsoever. He has done some very corrupt things to people and other officers know it as well but obviously hasn't said anything. Officer bolin from pioneer village has violated my rights several times after harassing me many times by pulling me over and just getting me out of the car and searching without consent no probable cause, then started putting his hands in my pockets again without any probable cause whatsoever. Then arresting me for something silly like resisting arrest. When finally go to court after paying attorney he doesn't show and case gets dismissed. But the damage was already done and he knew it. He has done this to me atleast 4 times I know and case gets dismissed for illegal search and seizure or he doesn't show up. But I stayed night in jail, posted bond, paid attorney, car was towed. It's simply a violation of my rights and harassment by officer abusing his authority. And there's no recorse for him doing that to me. Who can I talk to about this and everything is on record. He should be punished for what he's doing to people
hardhead

Shepherdsville, KY

#33 Feb 17, 2015
Its all a game.i give respect when due.im 38.2 time felon. Ive delt with cops and jailers alike.if you show attitude then u get the same.y hate them cause u fucked up. It aint thwre faukt we chose to live on the outside. Make a cat n mouse.game of ot or stop doing illegal shit......blank.i can and will gibe respect to creason in hillview.proffit in shep Morris in mt wash they all 3 have done thwre job with compassion and respect that ive witnessed and dealt with first hand
Assaulted and abused

United States

#34 Feb 17, 2015
Yes officer bolin from pioneer village police jumped up and down on back of my neck while I was cuffed laying facedown on concrete. Other officers from hillview were present and witnessed but chose not to stop him. Ultimately, I had broken neck and was paralyzed for about 8 months, then I had cervical spinal fusion surgery with rods and pins in my neck throat and back. Months and months of therapy and rehab to learn how to walk again and severe pain and suffering for rest of my life. He was bragging when he did this, saying he can get away with it because his car didn't have a dash cam. I wanted to come forward about what he did to me but my mother was so afraid that he would kill me or hurt me even worse and that I lived in this small town and that made it very dangerous. Although he continued to harass me and violate my rights, I would say to him, you know what you did to me, he would look away from me and deny it and say he wasn't even working that night. But my arrest record will show every officer that was present. I did report it to the FBI over phone interview but I never heard anything back and it's been several years now. Well, my mom recently passed away, and I'm no longer afraid of his retaliation. I want to bring this corrupt officer to justice and make him be accountable for whAt he did to me. I think if grand jury investigated other officers would come forward and tell the truth. Because I don't think they would risk their career or submit themselves to purgery, for this low life corrupt officer who's giving them all a bad name. He caused me severe physical injury and committed a felony assault, he has gotten away with it so far, but now speaking out and can prove it. I need help, I don't know who to talk to or to trust in this case. If anyone knows how to help me or who I can talk to please respond back. I don't want this to happen to someone else, because he is very dangerous. All this was over traffic violation expired tag and I was arrested for it, but being arrested is what will prove that he was present. I need help to bring this officer to justice and not let him get away with what he did to me. So if anyone can help me as to what to do please respond back, thank you and let's all of citizens stand up and come forward to stop police brutality. Please help cause I really don't know what to do, I want the news and federal government to investigate. Help me stop this corrupt officer so this won't ever happen to anyone else, I need help as to what to do or who talk to, thank you .
Assaulted and abused

United States

#35 Feb 17, 2015
hardhead wrote:
Its all a game.i give respect when due.im 38.2 time felon. Ive delt with cops and jailers alike.if you show attitude then u get the same.y hate them cause u fucked up. It aint thwre faukt we chose to live on the outside. Make a cat n mouse.game of ot or stop doing illegal shit......blank.i can and will gibe respect to creason in hillview.proffit in shep Morris in mt wash they all 3 have done thwre job with compassion and respect that ive witnessed and dealt with first hand
This not about respect, this about a corrupt crooked officer that committed felony assault causing severe physical injury that ended up being paralyzed with broken neck all while other officers were present. We as taxpayers pay these cops to protect and serve, not to be corrupt and commits felony assaults on citizens. Now this one dirty cop makes them all look bad. I will say this, officer creason that you mentioned, was one of the officers that was present, in fact he was arresting officer. Although he was new and young rookie officer at time, he knows he did wrong by not stopping this other officer as soon as he started jumping up and down on back of my neck. But creason I will say is the one who finally stopped him from doing further damage. Also, I feel that creason has had to live with this the whole time, cause I know he's a former marine and don't stand for this type corruption. They will have to answer to grand jury sooner or later and it will be on news because I'm finally doing something about it. This has to stop and corrupt abusive police officers is the worst of the worst because they have a badge and should be held to higher standard than average criminal. There's nothing worse than a dirty corrupt officer that commits police brutality, if you can't trust police who can you trust? I'm saying he needs to be held accountable for crime he committed, just like we are when we committ a crime, were held accountable.
spartan

Shepherdsville, KY

#36 Feb 17, 2015
Assaulted and abused wrote:
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This not about respect, this about a corrupt crooked officer that committed felony assault causing severe physical injury that ended up being paralyzed with broken neck all while other officers were present. We as taxpayers pay these cops to protect and serve, not to be corrupt and commits felony assaults on citizens. Now this one dirty cop makes them all look bad. I will say this, officer creason that you mentioned, was one of the officers that was present, in fact he was arresting officer. Although he was new and young rookie officer at time, he knows he did wrong by not stopping this other officer as soon as he started jumping up and down on back of my neck. But creason I will say is the one who finally stopped him from doing further damage. Also, I feel that creason has had to live with this the whole time, cause I know he's a former marine and don't stand for this type corruption. They will have to answer to grand jury sooner or later and it will be on news because I'm finally doing something about it. This has to stop and corrupt abusive police officers is the worst of the worst because they have a badge and should be held to higher standard than average criminal. There's nothing worse than a dirty corrupt officer that commits police brutality, if you can't trust police who can you trust? I'm saying he needs to be held accountable for crime he committed, just like we are when we committ a crime, were held accountable.
Ya know.Even though it seems to be popular belief that I myself hate police-officers,,,that's not really the case.As a matter of fact,there happens to be several police officers that I like in a real strong way,,,and a very select few that I would risk my life for.
However,,,your complaints didn't fall on deaf ears with me when I read your posts.As a matter of fact,I strongly despise police-officers who abuse there authority by either hurting someone or sleeping with married women,(FALSELY CHARGING A MAN WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE BECAUSE THEY KNOW THAT THE DESTRUCTION OF MARITAL PROPERTY CHARGE WON'T STICK),killing someone unjustly,,,or a million other things that a select few of them like to do to prove that they're something more than just boys.
As a matter of fact,since you brought it up,do you remember when Ferguson was going berserk???
About the same time that was going on,a police-officer in New York put a choke-hold on a guy and killed him for no reason at all.And honestly,,,that launched my mind into some pretty serious thought.
And the only thing that I could find in there that would ease your pain as well as my own,,,was vigilance.Meaning that if you recruited the right group of guys who were willing to make the ultimate sacrifice,and be willing to visit such a man's home,and dispense strong justice as well as a firm lesson,,,once the grand-jury chose not to,,,it could send a shock-wave that would seriously change what you're talking about.However,I know that my God would never support such a group if they took a life for most any reason,(unless they was protecting their own).At the same time though,I can't help but feel that if most police-officers knew without doubt that there'd be some serious repercussions to deal with just short of death when they decide to get stupid,,,well...
However,,,a group such as that would have a half-life of about thirty-five seconds once the Federal Government realized what was really going on.
In short,my advice to you is this.You can either: A-figure out how to recruit ten "real" men a day for the rest of your life who's willing to follow orders and play team ball (meaning you can't recruit your soldiers from hate groups). B-Walk with confidence that if one burns you bad enough,,,you can simply pay the price for justice. Or: C- Go ahead and accept the blows you've already took from them,,,and do your best to stay off their radar.
And while I myself know that none of this was helpful,,,it still felt good to say.
spartan

Shepherdsville, KY

#37 Feb 17, 2015
Assaulted and abused wrote:
<quoted text>
This not about respect, this about a corrupt crooked officer that committed felony assault causing severe physical injury that ended up being paralyzed with broken neck all while other officers were present. We as taxpayers pay these cops to protect and serve, not to be corrupt and commits felony assaults on citizens. Now this one dirty cop makes them all look bad. I will say this, officer creason that you mentioned, was one of the officers that was present, in fact he was arresting officer. Although he was new and young rookie officer at time, he knows he did wrong by not stopping this other officer as soon as he started jumping up and down on back of my neck. But creason I will say is the one who finally stopped him from doing further damage. Also, I feel that creason has had to live with this the whole time, cause I know he's a former marine and don't stand for this type corruption. They will have to answer to grand jury sooner or later and it will be on news because I'm finally doing something about it. This has to stop and corrupt abusive police officers is the worst of the worst because they have a badge and should be held to higher standard than average criminal. There's nothing worse than a dirty corrupt officer that commits police brutality, if you can't trust police who can you trust? I'm saying he needs to be held accountable for crime he committed, just like we are when we committ a crime, were held accountable.
Something else I wanted to say (but didn't have room on that page to say it),,,is that while it's cool to consider plan 'A' at times,,,you're better off to live your life with plan 'B' and plan 'C'.
Either way,I'm sorry about what you're going through bro'.Especially since I've lived most of my life under the same pressure.However,,,society itself has to desire change before it can ever be.
But,,,since every representative of our society (grand juries),in this country supports misbehaving police-officers,,,you're gonna be much more comfortable to simply stay away from them and hope for the best.
Anyway,,,good luck with you bro".It honestly sounds to me like you're gonna need it.
spartan

Shepherdsville, KY

#38 Feb 17, 2015
spartan wrote:
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Are you a nightstick licker, spartiepoo?
Just curious dude,,,do "YOU" believe that???
Freedom

Bardstown, KY

#39 Feb 19, 2015
spartan wrote:
<quoted text>Something else I wanted to say (but didn't have room on that page to say it),,,is that while it's cool to consider plan 'A' at times,,,you're better off to live your life with plan 'B' and plan 'C'.
Either way,I'm sorry about what you're going through bro'.Especially since I've lived most of my life under the same pressure.However,,,society itself has to desire change before it can ever be.
But,,,since every representative of our society (grand juries),in this country supports misbehaving police-officers,,,you're gonna be much more comfortable to simply stay away from them and hope for the best.
Anyway,,,good luck with you bro".It honestly sounds to me like you're gonna need it.
The very sad truth spartan, is that the people of this whole nation as a majority have more power than any government, even lowlife cops and county officials.
Don't even need real soldiers, just enough signatures and long picnics together that those pi$$ ants will have no choice but to hear the message and respond in a favorable manner or be replaced with someone that will respond our way. kinda like on that movie, " A bugs Life " when the ants stood up to the grasshoppers.
Sadly I think the media has everyone convinced quite or the opposite, or Playstations and Flat Screens has them brainwashed not to care.
What do you think?
Whome

United States

#40 Feb 19, 2015
I agree. I went 2 school with brent
TewpacBack

Louisville, KY

#41 Feb 19, 2015
my turn wrote:
I know police officers get a bad rap. People hate the police because officers give them tickets and take them to jail. I have read the other forum and disagree with the topic. Officer Brent Dawson is one of the most hated officers, but he is also one of the most loved. Brent is a good man and treats people with respect. The people bashing him must be the ones he has put in jail. Stop and take a little time to get to truly know him and you will love him to. I know him and know he has the warmest and softest hearts I have ever seen. He is a very loving and caring person. Who all agrees with me?
"The most hated but also the most loved"
Sounds legit to me.
spartan

Shepherdsville, KY

#42 Feb 19, 2015
Freedom wrote:
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The very sad truth spartan, is that the people of this whole nation as a majority have more power than any government, even lowlife cops and county officials.
Don't even need real soldiers, just enough signatures and long picnics together that those pi$$ ants will have no choice but to hear the message and respond in a favorable manner or be replaced with someone that will respond our way. kinda like on that movie, " A bugs Life " when the ants stood up to the grasshoppers.
Sadly I think the media has everyone convinced quite or the opposite, or Playstations and Flat Screens has them brainwashed not to care.
What do you think?
I agree with you with you one-hundred percent Mr. or Mrs. Freedom.The average citizen as a collected whole,actually carries the power and authority with only a voice,,,to keep our democracy running in an honest and fair fashion for all of it's citizens,,,as well as running under strict scrutiny and strong judgment.
Thing is though,the average citizen has given up his and her right to do so,,,by simply "neglecting" to do so.And that's something that I suspect Uncle Sam predicted when he started throwing all these nice electronic gadgets at us to keep us occupied,(like wounded deer seeking out the path of least resistance).
But since everybody with any authority of any kind has picked up on that since the beginning and decided to exploit it for all it's worth,,,it has the most perfect system for justice,fairness,and equality,(that any mortal people can create on their own),,,yearning for justice,fairness,and equality to the point that it creates chaos in the streets of the greatest country on the planet.And that's something that even the deepest of contemplation won't offer up a reasonable explanation for.
In short,the average citizen is content with his and her comfortable position in society.Which more than satisfies them not to rock the boat for a brother or a neighbor,but finds it more convenient to wait until an injustice is done within their own home before they decide to lobby against it.By which time their voice is too small,,,and it goes unheard.
In shorter,,,the average American is not only "not" willing to fight for this country amymore,,,the average American won't even go as far as to simply raise his or hers voice in the defense of his neighbor's basic civil rights.
Meaning that by the way I interpret things,putting together the group of "ants" that you are speaking of,,,could prove to be an equal challenge as assembling the group of "ants" that I was speaking of.
However.I prefer your methods.
Because honestly,I believe those are the methods that will deliver steady and lasting results.
Either way,,,I hope you enjoy your afternoon Mr. or Mrs. Freedom.
Mike the cook

Bowling Green, KY

#43 Feb 20, 2015
All my third shifters on patrol. SPD AND BCSD. These men and women serve our city and our county with courage and honor.

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