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Guest B SASHAW

I HAD TO GO TO THE KEARNY POLICE DEPT ON SATURDAY MORNING TO ASK ABOUT FILING A COMPLAINT. I HAD THE ABSOLUTE MISFORTUNE TO RUN INTO THE DESK LIEUTENANT WHO WAS ON DUTY IN THE MORNING. I ASKED SOME QUESTIONS AND THIS GUY TORE INTO ME AS IF I WERE A CRIMINAL INSTEAD OF AN ORDINARY CITIZEN. I DO NOT THINK ANY POLICEMAN SHOULD ACT LIKE THIS WITH THE PUBLIC. I THINK HE DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO TALK TO PEOPLE. I THINK HE IS ON THE VERGE OF SOMETHING. I HAD A VERY VERY UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE HERE. I HAVE HEARD FROM OTHER PEOPLE THAT THEY HAVE RUN INTO THE SAME THING AT THE KEARNY POLICE HEADQUARTERS. A REAL LACK OF SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC.

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Guest Not surprised

why am i not surprised!!! at least act like you care. They are not all like that but the ones that are you remember.and they are usually the ones who do the least and B**ch the most...

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Guest Well then
I HAD TO GO TO THE KEARNY POLICE DEPT ON SATURDAY MORNING TO ASK ABOUT FILING A COMPLAINT. I HAD THE ABSOLUTE MISFORTUNE TO RUN INTO THE DESK LIEUTENANT WHO WAS ON DUTY IN THE MORNING. I ASKED SOME QUESTIONS AND THIS GUY TORE INTO ME AS IF I WERE A CRIMINAL INSTEAD OF AN ORDINARY CITIZEN. I DO NOT THINK ANY POLICEMAN SHOULD ACT LIKE THIS WITH THE PUBLIC. I THINK HE DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO TALK TO PEOPLE. I THINK HE IS ON THE VERGE OF SOMETHING. I HAD A VERY VERY UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE HERE. I HAVE HEARD FROM OTHER PEOPLE THAT THEY HAVE RUN INTO THE SAME THING AT THE KEARNY POLICE HEADQUARTERS. A REAL LACK OF SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC.

Sounds like what you need to do, is go speak either to the Chief od Police, or at least the Internal Affairs Division. Desk Officers in the poast who have treated citizens as you state you were treated have been disciplined. Complaining about it here does nothing to help either yourself, or another person that may encounter this individual in the future.

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What was the nature of your complaint? Your car insurance is too high, the taxes are too high, you need a better job, you are sick of being fat. Some things have nothing to do with the Police, maybe that is why you allegedly got an unfavorable response or attitude. I am not saying that you are a lier, but the jails are full of innocent people, right?

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Guest WyattEarp
:angry: Why don't you just shut the F*** up?! These men and women protect you 24/7. 365. Just go down to the memorial in DC and ask those DEAD police offiecrs if you can file a complaint with them!
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Guest No empathy

Did the exchange go something like this?

Sashaw: I want to make a complaint about the color of my neighbor's poop.

Lt: We don't take poop reports, it's not a police matter.

Sashaw: But, I want a report.

Lt: We don't take reports about poop, that's the health department.

Sashaw: But, my lawyer says I can get a police report about poop so you have to give me one.

Lt: We don't take poop reports.

Sashaw: But, my cousin's uncle's sister's roommate's brother dated a Newark cop and he said you have to take my report.

Lt: Get out.

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Guest WyattSupporter

That WAS some post. Wyatt's right. Just quit yer bitchin' when you don't get what you want and you won't get bitchin' back. "People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf," not take poop reports for them.

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The Motto is To Protect and Serve.Not to sell You some sh*t when You go to the Police Dept. for bussiness no matter how ridiculous it may seem.Policeman have been known to look down upon those who are not members of the club.

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The Great Blue World

I was recently forwarded an e-mail that kinda sums up how your friendly neighborhood Policeman feels sometimes. I had written my own little diatribe on the subject, but this little piece stands well enough on its own

Well, Mr. Citizen, it seems you've figured me out. I

seem to fit neatly into the category where you've

placed me. I'm stereotyped, standardized,

characterized, classified, grouped, and always

typical. Unfortunately, the reverse is true. I can

never figure you out.

From birth you teach your children that I'm the

bogeyman, then you're shocked when they identify with

my traditional enemy...the criminal!

You accuse me of coddling criminals...until I catch

your kids doing wrong.

You may take an hour for lunch and several coffee

breaks each day, but point me out as a loafer for

having one cup.

You pride yourself on your manners, but think nothing

of disrupting my meals with your troubles.

You raise hell with the guy who cuts you off in

traffic, but let me catch you doing the same thing and

I'm picking on you.

You know all the traffic laws...but you've never

gotten a single ticket you deserve.

You shout "foul" if you observe me driving fast to a

call, but raise the roof if I take more than ten

seconds to respond to your complaint.

You call it part of my job if someone strikes me, but

call it Police brutality if I strike back.

You wouldn't think of telling your dentist how to pull

a tooth or your doctor how to take out an appendix,

yet you are always willing to give me pointers on the

law.

You talk to me in a manner that would get you a bloody

nose from anyone else, but expect me to take it

without batting an eye.

You yell something's got to be done to fight crime,

but you can't be bothered to get involved.

You have no use for me at all, but of course it's OK

if I change a flat for your wife, deliver your child

in the back of the Patrol car, or perhaps save your

son's life with mouth to mouth breathing, or work many

hours overtime looking for your lost Daughter.

So, Mr. Citizen, you can stand there on your soapbox

and rant and rave about the way I do my work, calling

me every name in the book, but never stop to think

that your property, family, or maybe even your life

depends on me or one of my buddies.

Yes, Mr. Citizen, it's me...the lousy cop!

The author of this article was Trooper Mitchell Brown

of the Virginia State Police. He was killed in the

line of duty two months after writing the article. As

a salute to the millions of men and women police

officers who put their lives on the line for us

everyday, please pass this on.

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Guest Gettin' Older

I really think most problems (across the country) between the police and the general public stem from these two misconceptions:

A: I'm a taxpayer, and am entitled to whatever I want from the police. When I encounter one of "those guys", they should remember that I'm the boss.

B: I've got the badge and gun, and I'm not taking any crap from anyone. When I encounter one of "those guys", they should remember that I'm the boss.

Any situation that starts like this usually ends badly.

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