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Here is something that happened to me a couple of days ago, I just found out about it this morning. I can't give out too much info because I don't want to give myself away, but I'll try to paint a full picture.

 

My job involves knocking on people's doors, sometimes they're expecting me, sometimes they're not. However, my boss wanted me to go to the house of a woman who does work for him (lets call her L). I called L several times to schedule an appointment with her, left voicemails, but she never got back to me. Eventually, my boss told me it was a rental and to just knock on the door and explain to the renter who I am. So that is what I did, I knocked on the door and no answer. I waited a minute and knocked again, no answer. I I go back to my car and I can see someone peeking out the window. I put a door hanger on the door and leave.

 

My boss told me today that the renter called the sheriff on me, said I was hanging out in front of her house for like 10 or 15 minutes, looking suspicious, like I was going to rob the place. Now, not only was I not there for that long, but I have a company shirt, hat and I had a company folder in my hands with the company name which could be clearly seen. I also left a door hanger that has the company name, number and address along with my name, email and phone number. Luckily, the sheriff isn't an idiot and told the lady to call the company. Why are white people like this?

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Bill would require California police officers to earn bachelor's degree.


Police officer candidates would have to get a bachelor’s degree or turn 25 before being allowed to carry a gun and wear a badge under a bill proposed by a California lawmaker. 
 

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Clay County Schools officer on leave, accused of inappropriately texting 14-year-old

 

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office tells Action News Jax it first learned of the allegations made against a Clay County School District police officer on Tuesday.

 

On Tuesday, Action News Jax reported a Clay County School police officer had been placed on administrative leave following allegations of the officer inappropriately texting a 14-year-old girl.

 

 

The allegations surfaced in a Facebook Live video showing the officer being confronted by a local man.

 

The man who took the video, Nathan Waits, told Action News Jax he had previously reached out to the Sheriff’s Office about the alleged messages in October.

 

Action News Jax reached out to the Sheriff’s Office for comment on when deputies were made aware of the allegations.

 

Today, CCSO spokesperson, Andrew Ford, provided the following statement.

 

“The Clay County Sheriff’s Office was made aware of these allegations yesterday and we are still in our investigation’s preliminary stages. We can tell you that Mr. Waits did not notify the sheriff’s office in October or speak to any of our investigators before yesterday. Mr. Waits sent a text message to a sheriff’s office landline phone, and therefore our office did not receive his complaint information,” said Ford.

 

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For first time, lying Colorado police officers lose certification under new law

 

Six Colorado law enforcement officers lost their certification Friday for lying during criminal investigations or internal affairs investigations — the first time police have been decertified under a law passed in 2019.

 

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser during a Friday meeting of the Peace Officer Standards and Training Board said the decertifications were “historic” and commended the law enforcement leaders who pushed for the change.

 

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L.A. COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT DEPUTY HAS SEX AT UNIVERSAL STUDIOS ... Open Mic Records Encounter

 

An L.A. County Sheriff's deputy allegedly had sex on the Universal Studios lot, and the guy had his mic open for all to hear ... and the recording is now the talk of the department.

 

Apparently one of the participants was a movie buff, because the encounter went down right by the Bates Motel on the lot.

 

You hear a woman moaning as a dispatcher from the Sheriff's station repeatedly tries to get her deputy's attention, telling him he had an open mic.

 

The deputy doesn't respond ... but the woman does, throughout the clip.

 

We don't know whether the deputy was in the patrol car or nearby.

 

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Black father wrongfully detained by police calls treatment 'dehumanizing'

 

A Black father is condemning what he described as a "dehumanizing" experience he endured over the weekend when he was mistaken for a credit card fraud suspect by a white Virginia police sergeant, who handcuffed him in front of his fiancee and two children as they ate at a mall food court.

 

In an interview on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, Jamar Mackey characterized the incident at a Virginia Beach shopping mall as blatant racial profiling by police officers.

 

"It's just like ... nothing has changed. How is everything still the same? How do you still racially profile a Black man with dreads that way in 2020? How do you do that? It's still happening in this day to Black men," said Mackey, sitting next to his fiancee, Shantel Covil, whose cellphone video of the police encounter has since gone viral on social media.

 

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dead over a noise complaint!

 

Second Black Man Shot Dead by Police in Ohio City, Officer Relieved of Duty

 

The latest incident unfolded in the early hours of Tuesday after officers responded to a non-emergency complaint about a man turning a car on and off for an extended period, Columbus police said in a statement.

 

Shortly after the officers arrived, a man who had been inside a garage approached them on foot with his left hand holding a cellphone and his right hand not visible, police said, citing video from a body-worn camera.

 

At that point, Officer Adam Coy shot the man, Andre Maurice Hill, 47, who died later at a hospital, they said

 

https://www.usnews.com/news/top-news/articles/2020-12-23/police-officer-relieved-of-duty-after-black-man-shot-in-columbus-ohio

 

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Officer in Columbus, Ohio fatally shoots Black man and only then turns on body camera, officials say

 

A police officer who shot and killed a Black man holding a cellphone in Ohio's capital city early Tuesday did not activate his body camera beforehand, and dash cameras on the officers' cruiser were also not activated, city officials said. Because of an automatic "look back" feature on the body camera, the shooting was captured on video but without audio, according to Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther and the city's department of public safety.

 

As a result, there's no way to hear what the 47-year-old man or the officer said during the interaction, Ginther said.

 

Neither the man nor the officer has been publicly identified.

 

Body camera footage from immediately after the shooting indicated "a delay in rendering of first-aid to the man," the public safety department said in a news release.

 

"It is unacceptable to me and the community that officers did not turn on their cameras," Ginther said during a news conference.

 

Columbus Police Chief Thomas Quinlan echoed the sentiment in a statement a few minutes later.

 

"The Division invested millions of dollars in these cameras for the express purpose of creating a video and audio record of these kinds of encounters," Quinlan said. "They provide transparency and accountability, and protect the public, as well as officers, when the facts are in question."

 

Officers activated their body cameras immediately after the shooting, Quinlan said.

 

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i hope you all will join me in wishing a merry christmas to the prince william county sheriff's office's "human interaction specialist," deputy aaron hoffman. or, as he's known on parler, "wethepeoplewarrior."

 

over on parler, deputy hoffman caught the attention of people monitoring proud boy jeremy bertino in the aftermath of the last violent proud boy gathering in DC. deputy hoffman is prepared to refuse orders when the time comes to fight alongside the proud boys.

 

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deputy hoffman isn't interested in marching in DC (& not JUST because he can't take his gun) - he wants patriots to storm the homes of their local liberal judges & politicians to "remove them."

 

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my advice would be that when you post pictures of your arsenal alongside threats to kill judges, keep your government-issue work vest that says SHERIFF on the front of it out of the picture, but what do i know.

 

people prince william county sheriff's deputy aaron hoffman is ready to kill: nurses administering vaccines, supreme court justice john roberts, barack obama, "the mentally ill" (people who think he should wear a mask)

 

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On 12/27/2020 at 9:21 AM, Springfield said:

So this guy should be charged with domestic terrorism or a plot therein, right????

 

This guy is local to us DMV natives. Disgusting.

 

Prince William Co. sheriff’s deputy fired after ‘disturbing’ social media posts

 

A Prince William County, Virginia, sheriff’s deputy was fired Saturday after multiple “disturbing comments” were discovered on his social media account.

 

The Prince William County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook statement that the agency learned about the contents of the deputy’s posts on Friday. Sheriff Glendell Hill ordered an internal affairs investigation before a decision was made.

 

“The investigation has concluded, and the deputy has been terminated from employment with our office,” the statement said. “We thank the public for bringing this to our attention.”

 

Molly Conger posted a thread on Twitter Friday showing posts Deputy Aaron Hoffman made on Parler, a social media platform popular with conservatives.

 

Some posts advocate violence towards local and national government officials, including Supreme Court Justice John Roberts.

 

In response, Hoffman told The Washington Post that he did not write those statements associated with his Parler account and has spoken with attorneys about his firing.

 

“I do understand the community’s concern,” Hoffman said. “I’ve been a public servant for over 15 years, and I take that very seriously. I am in no way a threat to the public. This disturbs me as well.”

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Iowa Supreme Court limits damages in excessive force cases

 

he Iowa Supreme Court on Thursday severely limited the financial damages that can be awarded for injuries and deaths caused by state police officers who are found to have used excessive force.

 

The court ruled 6-1 that punitive damages, which are intended to punish and deter future misconduct, are not available in cases in which officers use excessive force in violation of constitutional rights.

 

Justice Edward Mansfield wrote for the majority that compensatory damages for victims, including for emotional distress and attorney fees, would still be available and offer “an adequate remedy.”

 

The court ruled that lawsuits brought by injured individuals and the families of those killed by state police are subject to limits in the Iowa Tort Claims Act, which governs claims against state employees.

 

The act bars punitive damages, has a two-year statute of limitations and requires litigants to present their claims to the state and wait at least six months before filing suit. Civil rights lawyers say the law can delay and impede justice, while supporters say it protects taxpayers.

 

The ruling applies to claims against officers of state agencies, including the Iowa State Patrol, the Department of Natural Resources, and the Division of Narcotics Enforcement.

 

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K-9 removed from home of Vacaville police officer filmed punching it

 

The K-9 filmed being punched by its handler has been removed from the officer's home and "placed in the care of a third party," the Vacaville Police Department said.

 

Last week, Vacaville police launched an investigation one of their own after video surfaced on Facebook of an officer punching his K-9 partner during a training exercise.

 

A short clip posted on Facebook last Monday shows an officer with the dog pinned between his legs near a warehouse on Vaca Valley Parkway. At one point, he reaches back and strikes the dog. According to witness Robert Palomino, the officer punched the dog repeatedly before he caught the incident on camera.

 

"I heard a dog crying, when I looked, the officer was punching the dog over and over and got shocked about it," Palomino wrote. "...  I’m sure he saw me, he stopped beating the dog when he saw me and went behind those trailers in the video."

 

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On 11/25/2020 at 3:14 PM, Simmsy said:

Why are white people like this?

 

This was a great post until ^ this.

 

Why are black people loud.

Why do hispanics have 2 working cars and 2 broken cars.

Why can't asians drive well.

Why do middle easterners stink.

Why do australian people matter.

Why do eskimos hate the term eskimo.

 

Racists, all of you.

 

Especially the Egyptionish in this thread.  You're African.  Black.  Totally.

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39 minutes ago, d0ublestr0ker0ll said:

 

This was a great post until ^ this.

 

Why are black people loud.

Why do hispanics have 2 working cars and 2 broken cars.

Why can't asians drive well.

Why do middle easterners stink.

Why do australian people matter.

Why do eskimos hate the term eskimo.

 

Racists, all of you.

 

Especially the Egyptionish in this thread.  You're African.  Black.  Totally.

Fair enough, but its quite apparent that white people (not all, I won't even say most) feel that the cops work for them. Either that or they see black people as criminal/sub human, its the only explanation I have as to why they think they have the right to call the cops on a black person for any reason. 

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3 minutes ago, Simmsy said:

Fair enough, but its quite apparent that white people (not all, I won't even say most) feel that the cops work for them. Either that or they see black people as criminal/sub human, its the only explanation I have as to why they think they have the right to call the cops on a black person for any reason. 

 

I never see that happen.

 

Perhaps it happens.

 

If someone calls the cops because of color only, why don't they do it every single time from the age they learn how to dial?

 

Not saying there isn't a racial bias with everyone of every race, just saying it is weird when a 45 year old decides to call the cops on a black person juggling in the courtyard because he's racist.

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