Thursday, January 21, 2010

How Good Is Greece's PD?

 
John Auberger (1/19/10) ~~ " ... One of the finest department's not only here in Monroe County, but here in the entire state and nation."

SCATS ~~ Still suffering from delusions of grandeur, John?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

SCATS you are so disrespectful to our Tonw Supervisor.

Keep up the good work LOL

Anonymous said...

Just delusions.

Anonymous said...

we need to dump John on grounds of mental incompetency

Anonymous said...

Has Johnboy been drinkin' that wacky water again?If I'm not mistaken, Loszynski said the pd was corrupt. How does a corrupted pd fit with being the finest in the land?

Anonymous said...

I, too, think they are very good. Not great, but very good!

SCATS said...

To 9:48AM ~~ An opinion without anything to support it falls into the category of "Opinions are like an anus - everybody's got one!"

Anonymous said...

There have been scandals galore and the police force almost lost their accreditation.

Officers have been accused of a slew of misdeeds and abuses of power.
The investigative techniques and abilities have been called into question.
Officers have been accused rightly or wrongly of shredding documents to cover up misdeeds

The judgment of officers in cases (the recent shooting of a distressed man) have been called into question.

I'm sure I missed a lot more

Whatever we think of individual officers this is not he mark of good or well run department.

Anonymous said...

11:02

Had to that list the number of PD memebers that knew of the inside misdeeds and kept their mouths shut. The old blue line of protect your own.

Sincerely

Doug Skeet

SCATS said...

To Doug ~~ I agree 100% and have said that all along. "To Serve & Protect" refers to the community, not just others in a cop's uniform.