Erie police to use e-mail to avoid mi...

Erie police to use e-mail to avoid missing hearings

There are 8 comments on the Erie Times News story from Apr 20, 2013, titled Erie police to use e-mail to avoid missing hearings. In it, Erie Times News reports that:

The Erie Bureau of Police is getting ready to use e-mail and more traditional forms of communication to help ensure that its officers appear at court hearings.

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La Puente, CA

#1 Apr 21, 2013

ha, ha,ha,ha

Erie City Council members spent the morning doing a line-by-line review of the proposed 2012 Erie budget,

a $60.8 million plan that,

if enacted, would add $165 to the taxes paid by the owner of a $100,000 home.

They didn't cut much.

"We're not making any progress at all," said Councilman Pat Cappabianca,

At one point, tempers flared.

"We go through this process every year," Councilman Curtis Jones said, trying to calm the table.

"Bang, bang, bang.

What we really have to do is figure out how to work this out."


The Erie Bureau of Police is getting ready to use e-mail

My Gawd!!!!


For 173 cops??

Jackson Center, PA

#2 Apr 21, 2013
It saves the taxpayers money when the police miss the hearings. The US has too many people in prison already. Prisons are a big business and we need to stop putting non-violent criminals in jail. I hope more of the police miss their hearings and the judges throw out the charges.

Erie, PA

#3 Apr 21, 2013
So emails are their big plan lol. So emails and the internet have been around how long????? And this is going to fix everything and stop the crime. Maybe the dog wardens can take over lol

Canton, OH

#4 Apr 21, 2013
It's Erie. It doesn't matter anymore.

Erie, PA

#5 Apr 21, 2013
how does the chief get in touch with his officers when he wants to speak with one?

e-mail, regular mail, wait til he shows up for work?

how do they get in touch with the officers when they need overtime? THEY USE THE PHONE!!!!

that's how you notify them for a court hearing and mail the notice to their house, call them the night before and the day of the hearing.

what else does the shift commander have to do?

if a cop gets the subpoena and ignores it, you hold them in contempt of court. that's what would happen with us.

Bristol, CT

#6 Apr 23, 2013
What a joke....these cops should be fired! Going to court is part of their job! Chris Janis is a joke!

Canton, OH

#7 Apr 24, 2013
truthful wrote:
What a joke....these cops should be fired! Going to court is part of their job! Chris Janis is a joke!
Union my friend, union. You can't fire these guys for allowing criminals to go free ! What's wrong with you ?

Jackson Center, PA

#8 Jun 11, 2013
If they locked up all the criminals, what would they have to do? Krispy cream only has so many doughnuts.

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