[quote="Anonymous"][quote="Anonymous"] The agency I came up in was a family. We looked out for each other and took care of each other. Yes, people did bad things and sometimes got caught. . When the 'crime" was so bad that help was out of the question, we simply remained silent. Do you not understand that bad publicity leads to less citizen confidence? If you can not support each other then at the least remain silent. Everyone screws up from time to time and must pay for mistakes made. Think before you speak, think of yourself if you are so selfish that you can not consider the feelings of those that you hurt. Every time you spread a lie or alert the media you hurt yourself and your own future.[/quote]
[b][i][u]Are you saying that it is OK for the PD to remain silent when they know one of their fellow officers falsifies arrest records to cover up the truth, test-a-lies in court, commits police abuse or misconduct, helps in the cover-up, etc., etc., etc.? No wonder PBC is called Corruption County. Do you really think the citizens that pay your salary and give raises don't already know what goes on? It is about time we have a forum like this to help bring it ALL out in the open. It only takes a few bad cops to corrupt the whole department. Maybe you should think before you write. It could be hurting your own future.
Whomever you are, you are an idiot. You obviously can't comprehend what the message was trying to send, but, you can write your crap about Corruption County!!!! This officer never said anything about falisifying records or covering up the truth. Man, shut up!!!! Hmmmmm, let's see , lets start a blog about doctors, lawyers, nurses, cashiers, business owners, maids, maintenance workers, busboys, landscapers, stay at home moms. Oh, and " it only takes a few bad cops to corrupt the whole department", thats a load of crap!!! There is good and bad in every field and it doesn't ruin the whole place.