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  1. #71
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    I was going to give you a long answer to this but I’ll dumb it down. HE DOESN’T CARE. We only wants to stay here to retire here. No waves no commotion. Just wants to do his time and go.
    Your point is well taken. It appears the shootings are getting worst and the deaths just keep climbing. As said earlier in the post, "meeting with the circle of brotherhood", is not going to reduce crime or stop those shootings.

    This is what happens when you spend more time gossiping and talking bad about people as opposed to coming up with a real crime prevention plan and implementing it to save lives.

    Why be a Lieutenant, Captain, or Major if all you want to do is walk around and actually believe you are important?

    Please demote yourselves or change the course of a very sad and devastating environment.

    Northside Get Your Shit Together!!!

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    Your point is well taken. It appears the shootings are getting worst and the deaths just keep climbing. As said earlier in the post, "meeting with the circle of brotherhood", is not going to reduce crime or stop those shootings.

    This is what happens when you spend more time gossiping and talking bad about people as opposed to coming up with a real crime prevention plan and implementing it to save lives.

    Why be a Lieutenant, Captain, or Major if all you want to do is walk around and actually believe you are important?

    Please demote yourselves or change the course of a very sad and devastating environment.

    Northside Get Your Shit Together!!!
    Look at the unfortunate mess in Northside this week alone. The citizens there are to blame as they have been forever as there is not controlling them especially since they don’t want the police in their neighborhoods so the violence will continue.

    Not even 2 weeks into the new year and a week away from the true free for all when the new administration takes over. But don’t worry all the Asian, black, Latino and female owned businesses will rebound in that area despite having to duck and hide from the bullets. #fairforallithinknot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Look at the unfortunate mess in Northside this week alone. The citizens there are to blame as they have been forever as there is not controlling them especially since they don’t want the police in their neighborhoods so the violence will continue.

    Not even 2 weeks into the new year and a week away from the true free for all when the new administration takes over. But don’t worry all the Asian, black, Latino and female owned businesses will rebound in that area despite having to duck and hide from the bullets. #fairforallithinknot

    You must not work in the Northside District. The Arabs and middle eastern people own most of the gas stations as well as business companies and the section eight projects and apartments are owned by Cubans and Jews.

    None of the business and Section eight owners are from Northside and most live in Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Miami Beach, Miami Springs, and Doral.

    That is your answer as to why nothing changes. Everyone is in it for the money. Cops come to work to make a check and the business and project apartment owners earn their money to spend and invest outside of the Northside District.

    Look at the crime in police districts in MDPD that are run by black Majors. Unfortunately nothing changes. You have shootings and killing in Northside just like the South District.

    It is time put for promoting people because they are black. Lawrence, Thompson, Patterson, Clark, Jennington, Daniels, Brown, all have over the last 30 years led the District of Northside as black Majors and yet none of them did anything to affect change or reduce crime.

    No one seems to give a damn. The officers are burned and stressed out. The criminal continues to kill each other. Not even COVID-19 can stop them NEGROS from shooting each other.

    Put qualified white or Cuban Majors there and you will get results. Look how it was when Charles Nanney was there.

    Just saying!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    You must not work in the Northside District. The Arabs and middle eastern people own most of the gas stations as well as business companies and the section eight projects and apartments are owned by Cubans and Jews.

    None of the business and Section eight owners are from Northside and most live in Miramar, Pembroke Pines, Miami Beach, Miami Springs, and Doral.

    That is your answer as to why nothing changes. Everyone is in it for the money. Cops come to work to make a check and the business and project apartment owners earn their money to spend and invest outside of the Northside District.

    Look at the crime in police districts in MDPD that are run by black Majors. Unfortunately nothing changes. You have shootings and killing in Northside just like the South District.

    It is time put for promoting people because they are black. Lawrence, Thompson, Patterson, Clark, Jennington, Daniels, Brown, all have over the last 30 years led the District of Northside as black Majors and yet none of them did anything to affect change or reduce crime.

    No one seems to give a damn. The officers are burned and stressed out. The criminal continues to kill each other. Not even COVID-19 can stop them NEGROS from shooting each other.

    Put qualified white or Cuban Majors there and you will get results. Look how it was when Charles Nanney was there.

    Just saying!!
    Has nothing to do with what district you work, there has been multiple shootings in the last two weeks and past days. I know the demographic make up of the district it’s just the same old same old and the media, community and subsequently our command staff doesn’t make an issue of it simply because of the negative attention and stereotyping it brings to the district. One would think after all these years, 31 for me in the Dept, that eventually the district would be cleaned up instead of being thought of as Opa Locka and Florida City where that way of life is acceptable and unchangeable because the police cannot do their job properly there without being called racists. It’s the communities own fault and sadly enough small children will continue to pay the price.

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    In Dade County's urban communities, apathy toward black on black crimes, particularly violent crimes, has always been an obstacle for police endeavoring to solve the most heinous crimes perpetrated in such communities. In recent years, the matter has been made worse by the introduction of body cameras, which police officers must wear and activate while conducting an FSS 901.151 preliminary investigation, or any citizens' contact for that matter. Still, a sound Terry Stop or FSS 901.151 can derive significant evidence pertaining to open violence cases. This is not a call for "productivity," on the contrary, it urges police officers to reengage in what once was a key component of Serving and Protecting. When the Stop does not give rise to an alarm, the suspect was not armed and not a threat to the officer; there is no reason to pat the suspect and less arrest him or her. After a brief preliminary investigation for the purposes of completing a Field Identification Card, documenting the encounter, the person can be released.

    When, however, the suspect evinces behavior that he or she might take flight, or the officer observes a bulge in areas of the body, a suspect might hide a weapon; a patdown, for your safety, is required. Often, firearms are seized under a lawful Terry Stop; then, a veritable evidentiary treasure trove might unfold. First, the suspect can be charged with CCF; if the person is a convicted felon, that may open the possibility of Federally prosecuting the suspect, and by such action, open the door to significant assistance with other cases. Second, the firearm may yield additional evidence related to other open cases after it is swabbed for DNA, analyzed, and results entered into CODIS. Moreover, the firearm should be processed for fingerprints to connect it to the suspect. Finally, the firearm should be ballistically tested, and projectile and casing test results entered into NIBIN for comparison with other open, violent crimes and potential closures thereof.

    All of this from a legally sound Terry Stop or under FSS 901.151. Nothing will happen, however, when police officers do not engage, and under the current political climate, we do not blame you. In essence, this is what former NYPD Commissioner William Bratton did in New City, and brought violent crimes in NYC down to levels that have never been experienced. Sadly, the current political class does not have the courage of conviction to give the police the political support needed for police officers to do their job preventing violent crimes, where it is needed most, the distressed urban communities.

    Cava and Patterson can attend community meetings until August. It snows in Dade County, promising all sorts of costly soft on crime programs, and the urban criminals that are terrorizing the urban communities will laugh in disdain as they continue to shed blood on Dade County's most tormented urban neighborhoods. The reality is bleak, but all could change if one neighborhood at the time, in the plagued urban communities, citizens could fill their collective hearts and souls with courage and start calling police anonymously. Stop and Frisk is a lawful policing tool; a courageous community willing to assist their police force in solving violent crimes is the ultimate instrument to control violence effectively.

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    Are you ready for some motorized revelry? This year, unlike previous ones, you will have J. D. Patterson's acclaimed presence. The same leader who helped The City of Miami Garden turn around from its previous crime-ridden destructive path.

    Fear, not County residents, The Reverend is in the house!

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