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    Why is it different for some?

    So what’s the deal with deputies on probation or just out of probation having ND’s? Or having at fault crashes? Or sleeping with your co-workers and getting knocked up when you JUST got hired. Are there no longer any repercussions for sleeping with your FTO or cheating on your wife? Just curious because standards seem to be different based on who you know... imagine that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    So what’s the deal with deputies on probation or just out of probation having ND’s? Or having at fault crashes? Or sleeping with your co-workers and getting knocked up when you JUST got hired. Are there no longer any repercussions for sleeping with your FTO or cheating on your wife? Just curious because standards seem to be different based on who you know... imagine that.
    Aaaaaaay it’s Pasco and needs a thorough house cleaning

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    Welcome to law enforcement. This has been going on for many of years. As the saying goes “trust another cop with your guns and your knives, don’t trust another cop with your money or your wives”

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    Ain’t this the damn truth! Like someone who gets moved to a specialty squad after sleeping with his rookie when he’s got a bunch of other kids and a wife... probationary deputy gets pregnant after being here less than a year... damn who do they know?... asking for a friend...

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    It’s Pasco. Top to bottom. Gee why hasn’t the BCC demanded an investigation and action? The county attorney? Why? It’s friggin obvious to anyone who has dealt with them. Specialty squad? Is that a joke like Police Squad or what?

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