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    Stay strong brother, I for one am proud of you for fighting the demons. Some of us are well aware of the issues and are here for you. May God bless you and keep you safe and strong.
    Thank you. Iím in a much better place mentally and knowing that ďrealĒ cops will stand with me no matter what means the world.

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    Stay strong brother, I for one am proud of you for fighting the demons. Some of us are well aware of the issues and are here for you. May God bless you and keep you safe and strong.
    You arenít alone. Thereís a silent group of us that completely understand. Thanks for reminding people that help is out there

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    Itís disgusting how the Director always finds a way to put a spin on things & thank the community. Itís all about the community, f the troops. A lot of cops these days suffer from PTSD & anxiety because of his poor decisions. One wonders how many more victims of undeserving punishments weíll have before this clown leaves.

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    Leadership will always be a challenge. Some are better than others but the point is help is available. Iíve opened up to a couple of people and found support I wasnít expecting. Even here a couple have posted supporting comments. Thatís what we need to focus on. Iím the article JP thanks the community was not what I wanted to hear from him. I would have liked to have read how he supports the officers and guaranteed nothing negative would come to those who sought help but he didnít say that. He said something else. So be it. We the officers and immediate supervisors need to stick together and make sure the ones who need help get it and they feel safe doing so. Thatís the point that needs to get through. Not JP or the union etc.

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    Itís disgusting how the Director always finds a way to put a spin on things & thank the community. Itís all about the community, f the troops. A lot of cops these days suffer from PTSD & anxiety because of his poor decisions. One wonders how many more victims of undeserving punishments weíll have before this clown leaves.
    He missed the train. Out of touch. Talks a good game but, has his own political ties to make the man happy. We are just a number.

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    Most PTSD damage in this department is not caused by the things we see and do at the calls we are dispatched to. No, our PTSD comes from the betrayal of supervisors intent on going up the chain and screwing us every chance they get to reach their objective. What else can be said about the JPs and the Andy Glassí of this world? They are not men. They are willing servants to corrupt politicians and intent on using their rank for a raise or a promotion. People like that care very little about the damage they do to other human beings but then again, they are not men so what can we expect?

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    Most PTSD damage in this department is not caused by the things we see and do at the calls we are dispatched to. No, our PTSD comes from the betrayal of supervisors intent on going up the chain and screwing us every chance they get to reach their objective. What else can be said about the JPs and the Andy Glassí of this world? They are not men. They are willing servants to corrupt politicians and intent on using their rank for a raise or a promotion. People like that care very little about the damage they do to other human beings but then again, they are not men so what can we expect?
    Itís obvious your a civilian loser. Go screw yourself!

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    Most PTSD damage in this department is not caused by the things we see and do at the calls we are dispatched to. No, our PTSD comes from the betrayal of supervisors intent on going up the chain and screwing us every chance they get to reach their objective. What else can be said about the JPs and the Andy Glassí of this world? They are not men. They are willing servants to corrupt politicians and intent on using their rank for a raise or a promotion. People like that care very little about the damage they do to other human beings but then again, they are not men so what can we expect?
    The betrayal really does contribute to some of these symptoms. You think you know someone until they begin climbing the ranks. I have been disappointed one too many times. This last era has been the worst.

    62% increase in visits to Psych services since 2014, right when JP became Deputy Director. Ironic isnít it?

    You have MDPD Psych Services & Habsi telling the media there are serious issues here & this administration continues to not act on it.

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    Itís obvious your a civilian loser. Go screw yourself!
    What is obvious is you are one of those power hungry supervisors who cause PTSD. Hell holds a special place for you back climber.

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    Snyone who needs help please get it this job will do anyone wrong

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