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Good thing nobody ever had a camera phone when this guy was around;
Having a mental heath crisis? Want to kill yourself? Don't worry....Winnipeg Police will share the details of your rescue on the Internet.Here is somebody that is likely involved in a "Internal process" starting with "You effing idiot" https://www.citynews1130.com/2021/02/25/vancouver-police-photos-body-beach/
The sad part is people remember this sort of thing I posted earlier, but rarely this sort of stuff.Bloody idiots.
Polar Plunge has gone virtual this year. It's all for a great cause. I've co-organized our local Law Enforcement Torch Ride since 2018.Polar Plunge is fantastic. I did it 3 years ago with Alberta Sheriffs. Never been more cold, but was a blast. Just wish they would do a bit more PR on it beforehand, get the whole community involved ☺️👍🏻
I still haven't made my video yet. The amount raised this year in Ontario compared to our goals have been fantastic. Goal from virtual Polar Plunge was $100,000 and with a week to go we're at $222,000.Polar Plunge has gone virtual this year. It's all for a great cause. I've co-organized our local Law Enforcement Torch Ride since 2018.
>Winnipeg police apologized, removed photos: 'We will be more mindful of what we share via social media'
Vancouver police say hold my green tea chi latte.
2 Vancouver police officers caught on video posing with dead man on Third Beach
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You’re barking up the wrong tree if you think Jarnhamar is anti-police.
Pointing out actual instances of real or reasonably apprehended police misconduct that warrant an impartial investigation is always fair game. Passive-aggressively pointing him to ‘cop block’ doesn’t add anything to the discourse here.
I’ve known him personally for about a dozen years. He’s on our side, just not blindly. This conversation has frequently touched on police conduct, and he replied to a post by another member, with a relevant and current example of what’s quickly shaping up to be a pretty solid instance of police making poor choices.I disagree, a couple of positive posts about community policing and his response is to point out misconduct. How is that not being "passive-aggressive"? How does that fit into the discourse? He may not be anti-police, but he is quick to throw some shade on positive actions by law enforcement.
Thanks Brihard. I'm very critical (just like I am of the CAF). I hope the LEOs here don't take it personally.
I think police are incredibly important and don't get nearly the credit they deserve for the good work they do. Especially RCMP and provincial officers in remote locations. As someone with a family who spends chunks of time away from home I sleep better knowing they're protected by professionals.
For me seeing a cop car around town gives me a bit of the same feeling as seeing that Apache gunship over our heads once upon a time.
These stories emerging of unprofessional behavior are appearing more and more. I think it's eroding confidence in the police and negatively impacting whats supposed to be (I think anyways) the positive messaging of the Thin Blue Line. And that sucks.
The negative stories (and behavior) turn the "thin blue line" separating & protecting us citizens from the criminals to something more nefarious. And that sucks too.
For both the police AND the CAF I think we're beyond using "just a few bad apples" as an acceptable response. In both our cases I think we need to admit our respective systems are enabling this continued behavior.
Is it a failing of the officers, by going to far?Now, the number facing criminal charges is truly disheartening and seems to point to common failing. What that is I have no idea.
No, criminal charges for police officers are very rare. But if you’re gonna beat the shit out of your wife, or drive drunk, or engage in corruption with tow truck drivers, or threaten to kill your tenant- those are deserving of criminal charges. I think what’s happening now is police officers are less likely to get a free pass from other police as a result of greater oversight and lessened tolerance within the profession for bad cops.Is it a failing of the officers, by going to far?
Or is it a failing of risk adverse, PC preaching administrators, throwing officers under the bus to cover their asses?