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  • 08-14-2019, 11:16 PM
    Hamcat
    Gumby could of donated it.
  • 08-14-2019, 02:11 PM
    Unregistered
    If you want to know where the private donation came from, do a public records request. It says “private”, not “anonymous” so the information is there. It’s free and state law mandates the time frame in which it has to be honored.
  • 08-14-2019, 01:51 AM
    Unregistered
    Rise doesn’t have a million dollars.. but George Soros does. Money being used for something as political as bwc’s should be done in the “sunshine” the new darling of the democratic party of Florida needs to be honest about where this money came from so we can all know who wants the police policed.
  • 08-14-2019, 01:01 AM
    Unregistered
    I think it's the Fourth Branch of Government. The PRESS. Who donated the 1 Milly.
  • 08-13-2019, 09:16 PM
    Unregistered
    How many of you fools gave money to Rise Tampa on your United Way donation.
  • 08-13-2019, 07:52 PM
    Unregistered
    Or don’t take a pill because you are spot on!!
  • 08-13-2019, 06:35 PM
    Unregistered
    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Sad how modern day law enforcement is plagued with inefficient and toxic leadership.

    Let’s buy cameras, let’s force supervisors to watch 10 times the footage and be responsible for catching SOP violations, big or small, on any officer in the frame for anything.

    Micro managing and Constant surveillance isn’t the answer. Spend that money on better training, better tools, have a strong training department and strong FTo program, a strong mentorship program, work on continually developing officers professionally, making them better year in and year out, that’s how you have a better agency. Focus on effective small unit leadership that is vested in the development of their troop.

    But no, we hire out of shape slow learning kids, push them through holdover into FTO where they will either be trained by a 2 year rookie officer who is inefficient at developing or training a new officer, or they will be trained by an experienced officer who won’t be allowed to employ effective training strategies or will have his input rejected by higher ups. The new officer will get pushed out onto the streets where supervisors won’t continue their training and development, they’ll just issue them a camera, watch 10 videos a month and write them up for all they do wrong.

    Genius, more SOPs, more cameras, more pending files and LoCs, that’s the answer. Creating a constant state of surveillance waiting on an officer to slip up so we can throw him under the bus is just wrong. Too many times I hear brass, our “leaders” or someone in training refer to how stupid and incompetent some officers are, how they can’t be trusted to accomplish even some of the most menial tasks. How about we spend money to fix that problem, how about we work to produce better officers and then we can trust them without feeling the need to monitor via camera their every move.
    Bro take a pill before you explode.
  • 08-13-2019, 06:06 PM
    Unregistered
    Sad how modern day law enforcement is plagued with inefficient and toxic leadership.

    Let’s buy cameras, let’s force supervisors to watch 10 times the footage and be responsible for catching SOP violations, big or small, on any officer in the frame for anything.

    Micro managing and Constant surveillance isn’t the answer. Spend that money on better training, better tools, have a strong training department and strong FTo program, a strong mentorship program, work on continually developing officers professionally, making them better year in and year out, that’s how you have a better agency. Focus on effective small unit leadership that is vested in the development of their troop.

    But no, we hire out of shape slow learning kids, push them through holdover into FTO where they will either be trained by a 2 year rookie officer who is inefficient at developing or training a new officer, or they will be trained by an experienced officer who won’t be allowed to employ effective training strategies or will have his input rejected by higher ups. The new officer will get pushed out onto the streets where supervisors won’t continue their training and development, they’ll just issue them a camera, watch 10 videos a month and write them up for all they do wrong.

    Genius, more SOPs, more cameras, more pending files and LoCs, that’s the answer. Creating a constant state of surveillance waiting on an officer to slip up so we can throw him under the bus is just wrong. Too many times I hear brass, our “leaders” or someone in training refer to how stupid and incompetent some officers are, how they can’t be trusted to accomplish even some of the most menial tasks. How about we spend money to fix that problem, how about we work to produce better officers and then we can trust them without feeling the need to monitor via camera their every move.
  • 08-13-2019, 12:10 PM
    Unregistered
    George Soros

    The Deep State
  • 08-13-2019, 12:06 PM
    Unregistered
    My guess is Rise Tampa which is supposed to be used for training etc. shouldn’t be used for politically correct equipment.
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