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by Guest » 03/14/08 16:50:40
MSO is finally realizing a large majority of the Female Deputies are nothing but problems. Both by the way they are lacking in the job and or the extra curricular issues they cause both within as well as outside the agency by there immoral behavior.
by Guest » 03/14/08 14:03:41
femaleguest wrote:Tofu wrote:Ohh yeah and I go to an accredited University so dont question my education. The one I paid for....not one the department paid for.I think that Akemon got caught up with a person who is a candyazz! We need to take a look at the complaint and the complainer. Lt likes to yell, he likes to talk loud, and on a good day maybe he only gives you a dirty look and shakes his crooked finger at you....so please look at the real perogative behind the complaint. Its BPD Bitch!I am offended by this statement. I have many male friends. However, if one were to make - what I perceive as an offensive comment - I would tell him to back off. If it were to happen again, he would be history.Unfortunately, law enforcement primarily is dominated by males with sprinkles of females. I do not know if it is a southern problem or not; however, the males in upper management are well known to dislike females - openly suggesting that they have no place in police work. It is unfortunate because we, females, have a lot to offer. And, we can be every bit as good as a male in law enforcement - many times, better.Every police officer must take sensitivity training. Most of that is common sense. Why men think that they can make comments of a sexual nature and that is okay is beyond my thinking. And what even makes it worse, when it happens and females make a comment to try and stop it, we are looked at as trouble-makers. I don't want to be shown nude pictures of women on your pc; I don't want to listen to your crude sexual jokes; I don't want you making comments about my boobs. And most of all, I want to do my job to the best of my ability with your senseless comments not spoken.If I am reading correctly what really happened, regardless if they were friends or not, what transpired should not have. It did repeatedly. To make a comment that they were friends and basically dismiss the "act" itself is astonishing to me. Slap someone by giving them a week off and taking away a position of security director which never should have been run by him, is a gesture that is typical of the southern mentality of law enforcement. We, females have been subjected to a lot in our daily jobs - of unwanted advances, unwanted back and neck rubbings, etc. Sexual harrassment needs to stop.This akemon guy has a history which is being ignored. This, alone, tells me that someone is protecting him.To the female sergeant: we are behind you. Together we can make a big statement and stop this nonesense from happening again.
Tofu wrote:Ohh yeah and I go to an accredited University so dont question my education. The one I paid for....not one the department paid for.I think that Akemon got caught up with a person who is a candyazz! We need to take a look at the complaint and the complainer. Lt likes to yell, he likes to talk loud, and on a good day maybe he only gives you a dirty look and shakes his crooked finger at you....so please look at the real perogative behind the complaint. Its BPD Bitch!
by Guest » 03/14/08 10:02:27
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by femaleguest » 03/14/08 07:56:43
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by Guest » 03/13/08 17:25:36
Dear Guest wrote:To the "guest" who wrote about secondary education: I think we all should work towards getting a degree. However i do not like the way you attack some colleges and you stated that all you have to do is show up. I beg to differ my friend...I have shown up to many classes and if I only did that I would never have gotten two really expensive pieces of paper on my wall. So take your dumb comment back! Ohh yeah and online classes are much harder than traditional. One must be responsible and disciplined to get a decent grade.
by Tofu » 03/13/08 09:15:18
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