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    Check this out. Police officer ran a crack house and was caught smoking crack on duty. Why are they so worried about us?



    http://www.lacrossetribune.com/news/...cc4c002e0.html


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    Not surprised, most cops are pigs. Its rare to find an actual cop nowadays, the vast majority are bullying pigs.

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    johnny amish wrote:

    Check this out. Madison police officer ran a crack house and was caught smoking crack on duty. Why are they so worried about us?



    http://www.lacrossetribune.com/news/...cc4c002e0.html

    Just setting the record straight. The officer is from Platteville, not Madison. There is nothing in the story about "running a crack house."
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    Shotgun wrote:
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    Check this out. Madison police officer ran a crack house and was caught smoking crack on duty. Why are they so worried about us?



    http://www.lacrossetribune.com/news/...cc4c002e0.html

    Just setting the record straight. The officer is from Platteville, not Madison. There is nothing in the story about "running a crack house."
    it says right in the first sentence "maintaining a crackhouse" as one of the accusations. I thought cops had "internal affairs" divisions to catch these idiots who think they are above the law just because they have a badge. This kind of **** makes me GAG!
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    They all think they are above the law.

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    http://www.nbc15.com/home/headlines/92198469.html



    official complaint top left side opens as pdf file

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    Nah, this can't be true. Don't all applicants for Police Officer Positions have to go through a rigorous psychological exam and back ground check? I mean surely the system is so fool proof by now that some one like this officer couldn't slip through the "Cracks" (couldn't help the punn).

    I know so many people that were turned away from Cop Jobs that would have made excellent officers simply because they did not pass the so called psychological exam.

    I think these departments should throw out all the psychological crap and just start hiring the people who would make good officers.

    I have taken some of those exams and I can honestly say it is ridiculous to hire or not hire someone based on the results of those exams.

    They are a series of questions that are repeated and asked in different ways. You are suppose to answer with your first initial answer that comes to mind and be honest.

    Questions like, If you found a wallet with $1000.00 in it what would you do? Then it gives you 4 or 5 multiple choice answers to choose from.

    Some may include keeping the money. Now see if you answer that you would keep the money because that was the first answer that came to mind and of course you want to be honest then you have just disqualified yourself from employment.

    Seems fair. What a joke.

    No wonder we have officers out there that don't even know the laws they are enforcing. They are too stoned!

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    No wonder we have citizens out there that don't even know the laws they are abiding. They are too stoned!
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    Not sure what you are implying but the Mods can verify That I am not the Prince.

    Neither am I a corporal.


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    I wasn't implying anything but just dumping on our eager tyrant Little Corporal Napoleon wannabe. I am pleased that the Prince can see it. And "Justina C" is clever.

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    to serve, protect, and hit the hooka!

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    OCglock1988 wrote:
    Shotgun wrote:
    johnny amish wrote:

    Check this out. Madison police officer ran a crack house and was caught smoking crack on duty. Why are they so worried about us?



    http://www.lacrossetribune.com/news/...cc4c002e0.html

    Just setting the record straight. The officer is from Platteville, not Madison. There is nothing in the story about "running a crack house."
    it says right in the first sentence "maintaining a crackhouse" as one of the accusations. I thought cops had "internal affairs" divisions to catch these idiots who think they are above the law just because they have a badge. This kind of @#$% makes me GAG!
    Read the criminal complaint. Nothing about maintaining a "crack house." The paper sensationalizes or doesn't understand the definition of crack house.
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    Nah, this can't be true. Don't all applicants for Police Officer Positions have to go through a rigorous psychological exam and back ground check? I mean surely the system is so fool proof by now that some one like this officer couldn't slip through the "Cracks" (couldn't help the punn).

    I know so many people that were turned away from Cop Jobs that would have made excellent officers simply because they did not pass the so called psychological exam.

    I think these departments should throw out all the psychological crap and just start hiring the people who would make good officers.

    I have taken some of those exams and I can honestly say it is ridiculous to hire or not hire someone based on the results of those exams.

    They are a series of questions that are repeated and asked in different ways. You are suppose to answer with your first initial answer that comes to mind and be honest.

    Questions like, If you found a wallet with $1000.00 in it what would you do? Then it gives you 4 or 5 multiple choice answers to choose from.

    Some may include keeping the money. Now see if you answer that you would keep the money because that was the first answer that came to mind and of course you want to be honest then you have just disqualified yourself from employment.

    Seems fair. What a joke.

    No wonder we have officers out there that don't even know the laws they are enforcing. They are too stoned!
    Keep the money, return the wallet....it's called a finders fee :what:
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    gimme my wallet back glock!

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    McX wrote:
    gimme my wallet back glock!
    LOL Anyways ...Cops down by Mad town smoking crack, why does this NOT surprise me.
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    Glock34 wrote:
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    gimme my wallet back glock!
    LOL Anyways ...Cops down by Mad town smoking crack, why does this NOT surprise me.
    Sadly I was not surpirsed when that scumbag Tyler Peterson murdered 6 people in their home with his duty rifle. So a cop smoking rock is no surprise either.
    Before I left Milwaukee, I watched a whole MPD-Based drug ring get taken down, they were dealing right out of their cruisers. (1987-88'ish)

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    Ever see the yearly party that the Milwaukee cops throw? Absolutely anything goes.

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    Glock34 wrote:
    J.Gleason wrote:
    Nah, this can't be true. Don't all applicants for Police Officer Positions have to go through a rigorous psychological exam and back ground check? I mean surely the system is so fool proof by now that some one like this officer couldn't slip through the "Cracks" (couldn't help the punn).

    I know so many people that were turned away from Cop Jobs that would have made excellent officers simply because they did not pass the so called psychological exam.

    I think these departments should throw out all the psychological crap and just start hiring the people who would make good officers.

    I have taken some of those exams and I can honestly say it is ridiculous to hire or not hire someone based on the results of those exams.

    They are a series of questions that are repeated and asked in different ways. You are suppose to answer with your first initial answer that comes to mind and be honest.

    Questions like, If you found a wallet with $1000.00 in it what would you do? Then it gives you 4 or 5 multiple choice answers to choose from.

    Some may include keeping the money. Now see if you answer that you would keep the money because that was the first answer that came to mind and of course you want to be honest then you have just disqualified yourself from employment.

    Seems fair. What a joke.

    No wonder we have officers out there that don't even know the laws they are enforcing. They are too stoned!
    Keep the money, return the wallet....it's called a finders fee :what:
    See that's what I mean you would fail. You answered honestly and that would mean that by taking the money you are dishonest.

    Now if you would have said I would return the money there are two ways of looking at this answer. Either you are a liar or your just plain crazy because they know that everyone would probably just take the money and drop the wallet in the mail box.

    If you are that honest and would return everything to the owner then how could the department rely on you to lie for them if needed. You are a liability.

    Either way you probably fail this question, but still what a ridiculous thing to base hiring someone on.

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    J.Gleason wrote:
    Glock34 wrote:
    J.Gleason wrote:
    Nah, this can't be true. Don't all applicants for Police Officer Positions have to go through a rigorous psychological exam and back ground check? I mean surely the system is so fool proof by now that some one like this officer couldn't slip through the "Cracks" (couldn't help the punn).

    I know so many people that were turned away from Cop Jobs that would have made excellent officers simply because they did not pass the so called psychological exam.

    I think these departments should throw out all the psychological crap and just start hiring the people who would make good officers.

    I have taken some of those exams and I can honestly say it is ridiculous to hire or not hire someone based on the results of those exams.

    They are a series of questions that are repeated and asked in different ways. You are suppose to answer with your first initial answer that comes to mind and be honest.

    Questions like, If you found a wallet with $1000.00 in it what would you do? Then it gives you 4 or 5 multiple choice answers to choose from.

    Some may include keeping the money. Now see if you answer that you would keep the money because that was the first answer that came to mind and of course you want to be honest then you have just disqualified yourself from employment.

    Seems fair. What a joke.

    No wonder we have officers out there that don't even know the laws they are enforcing. They are too stoned!
    Keep the money, return the wallet....it's called a finders fee :what:
    See that's what I mean you would fail. You answered honestly and that would mean that by taking the money you are dishonest.

    Now if you would have said I would return the money there are two ways of looking at this answer. Either you are a liar or your just plain crazy because they know that everyone would probably just take the money and drop the wallet in the mail box.

    If you are that honest and would return everything to the owner then how could the department rely on you to lie for them if needed. You are a liability.

    Either way you probably fail this question, but still what a ridiculous thing to base hiring someone on.
    I was actually joking around, last weekend I found a wallet with money & credit cards in the parking lot, I tracked down the owner and returned it to him.
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    Glock34 wrote:
    J.Gleason wrote:
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    J.Gleason wrote:
    Nah, this can't be true. Don't all applicants for Police Officer Positions have to go through a rigorous psychological exam and back ground check? I mean surely the system is so fool proof by now that some one like this officer couldn't slip through the "Cracks" (couldn't help the punn).

    I know so many people that were turned away from Cop Jobs that would have made excellent officers simply because they did not pass the so called psychological exam.

    I think these departments should throw out all the psychological crap and just start hiring the people who would make good officers.

    I have taken some of those exams and I can honestly say it is ridiculous to hire or not hire someone based on the results of those exams.

    They are a series of questions that are repeated and asked in different ways. You are suppose to answer with your first initial answer that comes to mind and be honest.

    Questions like, If you found a wallet with $1000.00 in it what would you do? Then it gives you 4 or 5 multiple choice answers to choose from.

    Some may include keeping the money. Now see if you answer that you would keep the money because that was the first answer that came to mind and of course you want to be honest then you have just disqualified yourself from employment.

    Seems fair. What a joke.

    No wonder we have officers out there that don't even know the laws they are enforcing. They are too stoned!
    Keep the money, return the wallet....it's called a finders fee :what:
    See that's what I mean you would fail. You answered honestly and that would mean that by taking the money you are dishonest.

    Now if you would have said I would return the money there are two ways of looking at this answer. Either you are a liar or your just plain crazy because they know that everyone would probably just take the money and drop the wallet in the mail box.

    If you are that honest and would return everything to the owner then how could the department rely on you to lie for them if needed. You are a liability.

    Either way you probably fail this question, but still what a ridiculous thing to base hiring someone on.
    I was actually joking around, last weekend I found a wallet with money & credit cards in the parking lot, I tracked down the owner and returned it to him.
    I know you were joking, but seriously this is what they rely on to hire officers and it is ridiculous.

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    Could someone with supernatural powers please correct the title? Leaving it as is - is wrong and suggests that accuracy is something expected only of the "other side." Teaching Moment - read twice (or more), post once - makes for a better forum and cuts down on those embarrassing apologies.

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    Officer Michelle V. Salentine.
    Image from the Wisconsin State Journal.
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    I trust that none of us, habitues of OCDO Wisconsin, indulge in illicit recreational drugs.

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    Meh. Sometimes I think the politicos in this city are all smoking crack, so this is no big surprise.

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    Officer Michelle V. Salentine, 28, glazed.
    Image from the Wisconsin State Journal, dude.
    She looks like she has been tweaking right before the picture was snapped!!

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