by vintagesquads » 03/25/12 01:26:48
by Guest » 03/24/12 17:44:53
by vintagesquads » 03/22/12 00:52:21
by Guest » 03/21/12 22:25:15
by Sgt Saddam » 03/21/12 21:43:17
by Guest » 03/21/12 19:30:30
So Fla Trooper wrote:Those are topics probably best left to her department's forum; we have enough problems of our own to ponder and work through, for sure. The primary content I wanted all troopers to walk away with is to remember and then practice those parts of the Code of Ethics we ALL repeated when we were sworn in that state: "I will keep my private life unsullied as an example to all;" and "I recognize the badge of my office as a symbol of public faith, and I accept it as a public trust to be held so long as I am true to the ethics of the police service." I think if we learn from/are reminded by the mistakes of others, keep our minds focused that this is a serious job that we can have fun with from time to time, and periodically LOOK at and RE-READ the Code of Ethics and our Oath of Office (sounds corny, but I still believe it helps re-direct us when we get off course) we can stay out of more trouble than can find us. The idea of hanging posters with the Code and Oath at each station was a good idea; it wouldn't hurt to stop at one and read it periodically.
by So Fla Trooper » 03/06/12 21:54:04
by Guest » 03/06/12 13:32:10
1344 wrote:http://www.local10.com/news/EXCLUSIVE-Mattress-cop-relieved-of-duty/-/1717324/9221954/-/r9g7w5/-/index.html01:40 to 02:40 in the video; think race, gender, or affirmative action had anything to do with the fact she was STILL employed after 32 years after a track record like that?
by 1344 » 03/06/12 12:31:25
by Guest » 03/06/12 01:13:38
by So Fla Trooper » 03/06/12 00:12:03
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