Friday, March 19, 2010

Comment Problems

e-Blogger has been having more than a few issues lately with comments either disappearing on our end or not saving as we moderate. Supposedly, there is a fix in the works, but we have no idea on their timetable for rolling it out.

If you've noticed your comments not appearing, it may be that they are in a holding pattern until e-Blogger fixes things.

But if you're that guy that keeps saying, "I dare you to print this" or "SCC doesn't have the ball to print this," rest assured we can never resist that type of challenge and your comment has been sent to the great internet toilet in the sky.

Open post in the meantime.

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46 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

SCC,

Is Penny taking you out like she took those dogs out?

3/19/2010 12:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Henny Penny Strikes Again said...

More Henny Penny news...

A little birdie that was present for the booking process of Mizz TrahanASS claims the IAD supervisor on scene for the processing was insistent that she pay a cash bond. It wasn't until she cried for about 20 minutes straight that they granted her an I-Bond.

Her logic for the I-Bond through buckets of tears?

(Not verbatim)...I already had to give up 24 days of pay and Needham is going to cost me a fortune!!!

Welling, puffy eyes in her mugshot seem to validate her boo-hooing just prior to getting booked. (Never you mind the pure hatred also conveyed in her peepers).

Fucking priceless!!!!

3/19/2010 12:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All I can say is DO NOT let this Trahanas thing disappear as time goes on. SCC keep a close watch on this one. The boys and girls in blue deserve that!

3/19/2010 12:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Masters will lose his mind!!

http://bit.ly/b9NG0w

3/18/2010 07:56:00 AM

Just pissed myself!!!!!!!!!

3/19/2010 12:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With the new technology in the CPD you would think that our hours would be listed on the computer for ALL to see. And to add to that would be the BFD's, the PD's, etc...and even furloughs. One of the reasons is that I couldn't believe my ears when I went into the district timekeepers office in December, to check on my hours and while waiting for the timekeeper, the guy that was ahead of me was told that no hours was left on the books. The guy wanted to use comp. time for a day off, having no BFD's or PD's left. GUESS WHAT? The timekeeper told him she'll BORROW him the 8 hours. I have a couple hundred hours on the book myself and WORKED for those hours. I made arrests and attended court and drove to and from court having EARNED those hours. When I heard this about what the timekeeper was doing I told another guy on the watch and he said he heard some districts do it ALL THE TIME. The guy told me that some guys have maybe negative 100 hours on the books that is how they get to be off so often even when you know they went through there BFD's and PD's and those same guys don't go to court. The watch guy says that he thinks the practice stinks but what can you do? What can you do? I say put it on the computer for all to see. WTF? So I am like a sap working extra hard on the job and have a numbnut dogass sucking up the hours for free? Ain't that THEFT? I swear some guys seem to be off every time I turn around. What gives? The reason I'm posting on here is that I just heard about this site when I was in court the other day, where else.

3/19/2010 01:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the blackhawks took care of the los angeles kings and put a much need two points on the board and the sharks lost tonite... niemi was solid in goal although he wasn't challenged much--- wisniewski got an 8 game suspension from the nhl for his extremely dirty hit on brent seabrook at anaheim... personally he should have been thrown out for the rest of the season because intent to injure was definitely obvious----- and these guys were room mates when wisniewski was with the hawks... wisniewski is a tough kid with a hammer for a shot but their is no way to justify what he did to seabrook....

3/19/2010 02:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

01:55 AM

Our unit used to post a paper list with time everyone had on the books at least twice a year. It never failed that there was always bitching. Usually about the guys that had lots of time on the books. It seems that the people that took their OT in cash, which they are more than welcome to do, always beefed about the people that took their OT in time due. The people that took cash couldn't under stand how someone could have thousands of hours on the books even though some of them had been saving time for twenty years.

Because of the whining (and it sounded like the Napa Valley) being open about the books had to cease. By the way forty years ago you could easily buy 40 hours for a baby furlough from your friendly unit timekeeper.

3/19/2010 08:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

P.S. 01:55:00

I do agree with you about going in the hole with time due.

3/19/2010 08:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Lady GaGa said...

Brrrrrring! Brinnnnnng!

Telephone!

3/19/2010 08:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

borrow hours from a timekeeper
why not day off without pay

IAD should investigate

3/19/2010 08:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ain't that THEFT? I swear some guys seem to be off every time I turn around. What gives? The reason I'm posting on here is that I just heard about this site when I was in court the other day, where else.

3/19/2010 01:55:00 AM

B-E-E-F-E-R-! Just forget you ever heard about the blog.

Besides, I call bullshit that you just heard about SCC, unless you just arrived in the virtual world from a nunnery or a monastery or a cave in Alaska. Regardless, WTF? Just shut TFU!

3/19/2010 08:44:00 AM  
Blogger NorthSide said...

Judy,

Please tell your breasts to stop staring at me. They're making me feel very uncomfortable.

Wanna pick me up when I fly into Logan next weekend? I'll bring plenty of sponges and my collection of Linda Blair movie DVDs, you nasty little tart.

cpdfop7@yahoo.com

3/19/2010 09:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Friday, 19 March 2010, 0700, WGN News

The 'lead' story was that... "A Chicago Police Officer was in big trouble for using racist remarks."

(For all you do-gooders, yes, it was 'uncalled for' but my point is...)

A car is stopped for full tint windows. ( A coppers nightmare not initially knowing who or what is inside and in store for them)
During the stop the driver is recording on her phone the entire episode.
Yes, the driver of the illegal tint car that wasn't wearing her seatbelt and had a suspended license. She was cited for the three violations.
Despite the 'obvious' reason for the stop, tinted windows, she demanded to know why the police stopped her.
The copper, sarcastically stated, "Cause your fu**ing black."
(Remember do-gooders I stated initially that yes, it was 'uncalled for.')
But my point is that it was obvious why she was stopped and she also did not have a valid (suspended) license but that was never an issue in the story.
Oh, did I mention that NO ONE in the car was black?
I'm sure it was a wise-ass retort on the part of the copper to her question based upon him hearing all the time, 'you just stopped me 'cause I'm... (fill in the blank)
added to the fact when that's said when they have limo tint windows on their car it's an impossibility to see if the person is ...green.
But WGN ran with it as a lead in on their news both at 0700 and 0730.
My point is this...
First of all did WGN hear/request ALL of the tape from the driver to hear what was said before, during and after the stop? We know better.
Second, there is a disciplinary process on the CPD that addresses allegations of this nature, so where is the news story.
Next, no one in the car was black so it should have been obvious that the remark was rude, sarcastic and/or 'uncalled for' but to portray it as a racist remark (intent?) on a national TV news show... gimme a break?
Was it ever addressed why her windows were tinted? Nope.
Was it ever asked how her license ever got suspended by the SOS? No again.
Slow news day, hated for police, friend of WGN staff or just an 'uncalled for' news report.
Go figure.
Stay safe and be careful out there.

3/19/2010 09:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A little birdie that was present for the booking process of Mizz TrahanASS claims the IAD supervisor on scene for the processing was insistent that she pay a cash bond. It wasn't until she cried for about 20 minutes straight that they granted her an I-Bond.
-------------------------------
Who cares. Bond is about making sure the individaul shows up to court. She is not a flight risk.

3/19/2010 10:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I dare you to knock this battery off my shoulder.

It's a glamorous internet life you lead, SCC.

Keep up the fine work.

Just don't try to knock this battery off my shoulder.

(Old TV commercial for those younger folks around)

3/19/2010 10:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I went into the district timekeepers office in December, to check on my hours and while waiting for the timekeeper, the guy that was ahead of me was told that no hours was left on the books. The guy wanted to use comp. time for a day off, having no BFD's or PD's left. GUESS WHAT? The timekeeper told him she'll BORROW him the 8 hours.

Look rookie it's no big deal we have done it all the time. So don't fuck it up. Though I'm sure by your post you already have. When you need something we will take care of you TOO! I have a shit load of time on the books and when fellow po's need time and are short I don't mind them getting loaned a day or a couple of hours. Your the kind of police who would throw your fellow po under the bus, which is what you just did asshole.

3/19/2010 10:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You absolutely can assault someone over the phone. She was obviously still in love with him, super angry at being left by him and she needs counseling. The way she was speaking to him was exactly the way men and woman speak, right before they commit an especially violent act like a shooting. He was probably scared shitless. You think she wasn't taking a few spins by his house????
***********************************

IAD should be checking the GPS on Commander Trahanas' car to see exactly where she was and if she was even close to this P.O.'s residence!

3/19/2010 11:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SCC this needs its own thread.

From the Womans Tactical Association:

REGISTRATION AND QUESTIONS:

***Registration is through the Women’s Tactical Association. Please fill out a registration form and mail the payment to Karen Bartuch, Unit 111. outside agencies please email Karen.bartuch@chicagopolice.org for registration information. ***

How come this organization which is not part of the CPD and being run by one of the 4 year wonder brain trust in the Policy Group is having payments sent to headquarters? How come the head of the organization is also using her department email for it?

Inquiring minds want to know


-----------------------------------

I agree, this should be top news just like the MASTERS BS. How could this 4 year wonder know anything and then start up this womens tactical association. I'll bet she doesn't even know what tactical means. This is an insult to us working females. THIS NEEDS ITS OWN POST AND SOME INSIDE INFO!

3/19/2010 11:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3/19- 1:55am You didn't hear wrong either. I work on southside and that bs goes on amongst our timekeepers office. Way to lose your job on that. But, management keeps this a secret. That is why you will never see anyones hours,furloughs,b-days,p-days,holiday hours, posted on the computer. As far as theft, you damned right. I thought thats why they had inspectors checking into stuff like that, but they rather see if you got a city sticker. We had a guy on our team that was a dogass with a capital D. At the start of the year, the guy burned up all his B-days, his P-days, and his Holiday hours and his maybe 10 hours from going to court on somebody elses arrest. Come summer, the sumbitch was off using god knows what time. Did anyone check into this? Hell no. And it always seems that the guy with the most hours on the books seems to be able NOT get time off. But the dogasses get all the time off cause they real friendly with the timekeeper, if you know what I mean.

3/19/2010 11:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the officer who witnessed the CONSPIRACY in the TIMEKEEPERS' OFFICE. Anything over $300.00 is FELONY THEFT. Take what knowledge you have and go to the Grand Jury and seek an INDICTMENT.

3/19/2010 12:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With the new technology in the CPD you would think that our hours would be listed on the computer for ALL to see. And to add to that would be the BFD's, the PD's, etc...and even furloughs. One of the reasons is that I couldn't believe my ears when I went into the district timekeepers office in December, to check on my hours and while waiting for the timekeeper, the guy that was ahead of me was told that no hours was left on the books. The guy wanted to use comp. time for a day off, having no BFD's or PD's left. GUESS WHAT? The timekeeper told him she'll BORROW him the 8 hours. I have a couple hundred hours on the book myself and WORKED for those hours. I made arrests and attended court and drove to and from court having EARNED those hours. When I heard this about what the timekeeper was doing I told another guy on the watch and he said he heard some districts do it ALL THE TIME. The guy told me that some guys have maybe negative 100 hours on the books that is how they get to be off so often even when you know they went through there BFD's and PD's and those same guys don't go to court. The watch guy says that he thinks the practice stinks but what can you do? What can you do? I say put it on the computer for all to see. WTF? So I am like a sap working extra hard on the job and have a numbnut dogass sucking up the hours for free? Ain't that THEFT? I swear some guys seem to be off every time I turn around. What gives? The reason I'm posting on here is that I just heard about this site when I was in court the other day, where else.

3/19/2010 01:55:00 AM
why don't you just calm down there super cop. Obviously you don't have a family. Sometimes you need a helping hand when you are about to have a baby but don't want to go on unpaid flsa. So yay thanx for locking up those one baggers.

3/19/2010 12:35:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
With the new technology in the CPD you would think that our hours would be listed on the computer for ALL to see. And to add to that would be the BFD's, the PD's, etc...and even furloughs. One of the reasons is that I couldn't believe my ears when I went into the district timekeepers office in December, to check on my hours and while waiting for the timekeeper, the guy that was ahead of me was told that no hours was left on the books. The guy wanted to use comp. time for a day off, having no BFD's or PD's left. GUESS WHAT? The timekeeper told him she'll BORROW him the 8 hours. I have a couple hundred hours on the book myself and WORKED for those hours. I made arrests and attended court and drove to and from court having EARNED those hours. When I heard this about what the timekeeper was doing I told another guy on the watch and he said he heard some districts do it ALL THE TIME. The guy told me that some guys have maybe negative 100 hours on the books that is how they get to be off so often even when you know they went through there BFD's and PD's and those same guys don't go to court. The watch guy says that he thinks the practice stinks but what can you do? What can you do? I say put it on the computer for all to see. WTF? So I am like a sap working extra hard on the job and have a numbnut dogass sucking up the hours for free? Ain't that THEFT? I swear some guys seem to be off every time I turn around. What gives? The reason I'm posting on here is that I just heard about this site when I was in court the other day, where else.

3/19/2010 01:55:00 AM
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Seen this myself...
In one unit I was in they used to POST the hours on a bulletin board monthly...and there were many many people in the RED.

It would be a great idea to have a public posting at the desk and publically humiliate those that abuse things like the above story.

I Was standing next to the sgt. at the desk the other day (a 1st watch sgt.) when a guy called in (a very troubled one with jaded career in hotel fraud and lotions) he did not have enough time according to the sgt. and he was not permitted the night off.....then he hit the medical right away with Diareaha...

I asked the Sgt. and he said the guy didn't state why he wanted 8 cu. so maybe he was sick that was all the sgt. could figure and all he could do was request a medical check which he told us by the way would never happen that night and the officer would likely come off medical the next day.

Common practice for that guy I heard...since I am on the 3rd watch all I can do is think what a waste for people that actually need the medical...seems like he has only 10-12 years on too not an old timer with medical problems but just a THUG.

Heard he later put a CR# on that same Sgt. for some other BS too!

Why do we cater to these types?

3/19/2010 01:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I seem to recall a certain Deputy Chief take a fall for the same nonsense Penny is now facing. If you remember he was arrested and subsequently suspended w/o pay facing termination. I think it took about 2 years to have him reinstated back to Lieutenant pay on 1st watch in 007th district. That was a huge penalty and kinda put a damper on his career. He has since recovered somewhat but I am sure he will be watching this outcome very close.

Discipline should be fair for all of us no matter what your rank. This Commander should be punished but it should be fair and swift.

3/19/2010 01:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's probably the hacking into this site by the one friend WEISel still has at the FBI!

3/19/2010 01:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is that why they don't post our TOTAL hours on the CLEAR system? I was wondering why. There is just always some corrupt stuff going on in this department. I guess maybe they have to pay someone $500,000.00 to get things done, huh?! If that don't take the cake. Borrowing hours? How are they getting away with this one. Like they are really keeping track of the borrowed hours? The books get audited, taxes have to be paid based on all this, how are they getting away with this. I think the IRS would want to find out about this and quick.

3/19/2010 03:24:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the officers getting all over the guy asking about the practice of timekeepers allowing time due to those with NO time left on the books..IT's all about accountability and favoritism!..But, we know nothing about CPD is ever fair.

Sorry, I'm on his side in this argument.

Why do civilian or sworn P.O. timekeepers get this kind of power or authority over other officers? There is to much room for fraud or abuse.

Example: Who's to say that the dog ass P.O., (friend of the time keeper) has ever PAID BACK said time borrowed?..Oh, yeah his FRIEND the time keeper said he did all the dozens of times that the courtesy was extended! (Wait his/her time & attendance card shows that they only did it one time)..

3/19/2010 05:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For all you working coppers from a timekeeper you can't borrow hours not enough and it's a par form and time off without pay non disciplinary. I get my time out to each individual officer a couple times a year. It's none of anybody elses business how much time you have that's why it's not posted anymore. If a timekeeper is giving somebody time without them having any when there is an audit of the books they will be written up for doing this ,just thought you would like to know

3/19/2010 07:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the hair gel guy beefing about the borrowed time due:
That's a practice thats's been going on since before I came on the job and the guys that I remember doing the borrowing always had to pay it back (and no,I was not one of them), which included working their rdo's.NO ONE EVER BITCHED. Some coppers, due to personal reasons, didnt have a lot of comp time and this was one way to help them out. We ALL looked out for each other back then and AGAIN, NO ONE BITCHED.

WHAT THE FUCK HAPPENED TO THIS POLICE DEPARTMENT.

YOU BIG BUNCH OF FUCKING BABIES.

This ME generation SUCKS.


I/F

3/19/2010 09:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I seem to recall a certain Deputy Chief take a fall for the same nonsense Penny is now facing. If you remember he was arrested and subsequently suspended w/o pay facing termination. I think it took about 2 years to have him reinstated back to Lieutenant pay on 1st watch in 007th district. That was a huge penalty and kinda put a damper on his career. He has since recovered somewhat but I am sure he will be watching this outcome very close.

Discipline should be fair for all of us no matter what your rank. This Commander should be punished but it should be fair and swift.

3/19/2010 01:29:00 PM

I agree, that discipline should be fair and swift but you will NEVER see that on the CPD.

CLOUT RULES!!!

3/19/2010 10:10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

It's probably the hacking into this site by the one friend WEISel still has at the FBI!

3/19/2010 01:59:00 PM

Does anyone think that anyone would risk everything to hack SCC???

3/19/2010 10:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...someone is hacking into this site. J-Fool is super pissed and blind with fury. Stand by for a threatening email " I hate you scc you pussy, i will get you...signed - J-Pumped

3/19/2010 10:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey everybody griping about everyone else's time due or lack thereof..

Mind your own business.

Way to call out your own. There was a time when this job had perks. Wonder where they went??

3/19/2010 11:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
I went into the district timekeepers office in December, to check on my hours and while waiting for the timekeeper, the guy that was ahead of me was told that no hours was left on the books. The guy wanted to use comp. time for a day off, having no BFD's or PD's left. GUESS WHAT? The timekeeper told him she'll BORROW him the 8 hours.

Look rookie it's no big deal we have done it all the time. So don't fuck it up. Though I'm sure by your post you already have. When you need something we will take care of you TOO! I have a shit load of time on the books and when fellow po's need time and are short I don't mind them getting loaned a day or a couple of hours. Your the kind of police who would throw your fellow po under the bus, which is what you just did asshole.

3/19/2010 10:38:00 AM

Listen you tool! These are the P.O.'s that do nothing and are off all the time. As soon as they get a holiday they are off the next day. By the end of the year they have worked 1/3 the days the rest of us have and cry about having no time. Then they hit the medical. It's called managing your time. We have all seen these types. There is no reason for any P.O. to have zero hours on the books.

3/19/2010 11:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I seem to recall a certain Deputy Chief take a fall for the same nonsense Penny is now facing. If you remember he was arrested and subsequently suspended w/o pay facing termination. I think it took about 2 years to have him reinstated back to Lieutenant pay on 1st watch in 007th district. That was a huge penalty and kinda put a damper on his career. He has since recovered somewhat but I am sure he will be watching this outcome very close.

Discipline should be fair for all of us no matter what your rank. This Commander should be punished but it should be fair and swift.

3/19/2010 01:29:00 PM



Nope, he did a little, (ok, A LOT) more than Penny did. He needed to be on suicide watch for a while, if he would have played his cards right, STFU when he needed to, and NOT did a tap dance on his dick with cleats on, he might just have been THIS Supt.

3/20/2010 12:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
With the new technology in the CPD you would think that our hours would be listed on the computer for ALL to see. And to add to that would be the BFD's, the PD's, etc...and even furloughs. One of the reasons is that I couldn't believe my ears when I went into the district timekeepers office in December, to check on my hours and while waiting for the timekeeper, the guy that was ahead of me was told that no hours was left on the books. The guy wanted to use comp. time for a day off, having no BFD's or PD's left. GUESS WHAT? The timekeeper told him she'll BORROW him the 8 hours. I have a couple hundred hours on the book myself and WORKED for those hours. I made arrests and attended court and drove to and from court having EARNED those hours. When I heard this about what the timekeeper was doing I told another guy on the watch and he said he heard some districts do it ALL THE TIME.

/19/2010 01:55:00 AM

You are a complete asshole. There are numerous reasons why a offcier might not have hours on the books. Have you ever heard of serious, life threatening illness and injuries? Like cancer, heart attacks and other critical illness? The affected officer will quickly use up his/her time and money. Why do you care? What happened to helping each other out? I wish we could know who you are. One day, you will need help. Asshole.

3/20/2010 09:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Anonymous said...
With the new technology in the CPD you would think that our hours would be listed on the computer for ALL to see. And to add to that would be the BFD's, the PD's, etc...and even furloughs. One of the reasons is that I couldn't believe my ears when I went into the district timekeepers office in December, to check on my hours and while waiting for the timekeeper, the guy that was ahead of me was told that no hours was left on the books. The guy wanted to use comp. time for a day off, having no BFD's or PD's left. GUESS WHAT? The timekeeper told him she'll BORROW him the 8 hours. I have a couple hundred hours on the book myself and WORKED for those hours. I made arrests and attended court and drove to and from court having EARNED those hours. When I heard this about what the timekeeper was doing I told another guy on the watch and he said he heard some districts do it ALL THE TIME.

/19/2010 01:55:00 AM

You are a complete asshole. There are numerous reasons why a offcier might not have hours on the books. Have you ever heard of serious, life threatening illness and injuries? Like cancer, heart attacks and other critical illness? The affected officer will quickly use up his/her time and money. Why do you care? What happened to helping each other out? I wish we could know who you are. One day, you will need help. Asshole.

3/20/2010 09:42:00 AM

You are not very bright. I don't think anyone was ever talking about P.O.'s with the type of illnesses as you described. Besides that's what the medical is for. We are talking about the do nothing P.O.'s that just don't want to come to work. I have 14 years on, nearly 1500 hours and three kids. The reason I have thoes hours is because I saved them and only take off for family realted functions.

3/20/2010 01:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The guy told me that some guys have maybe negative 100 hour


Shut up cry baby

3/20/2010 07:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are a complete asshole. There are numerous reasons why a offcier might not have hours on the books. Have you ever heard of serious, life threatening illness and injuries?


Thank you officer! I use to keep 200 hrs on the books then I got cancer used up all my time, along with my sick time that was 5 years ago. I'm back doing well. these hair gel guys are cry baby's. Give us a break

3/20/2010 07:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

suspend the time keeper for cooking the books

cr on copper for false report
submitting time due without time
on books
could be a theft

3/20/2010 07:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bosses never are in the negative in time on the books, never. Most are over 1,000 hours, many are way over that. A Sgt. at O'Hare has over 15,000 hours on the books. That will be a pay-out of around $650,000 before taxes! That much would have me gone but quick.

A patrolman is lucky to have a few hundred hours on the books. It is good to be a boss here.

3/20/2010 10:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask the union to do like federal employees where you can formally/legally give hours to anyone in need.

3/21/2010 02:52:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who cares. Bond is about making sure the individaul shows up to court. She is not a flight risk.

Ya, I hope you remember that when it's you they are bonding out. The point here is the double standard issue. If it was a blue shirt, you know damn well they would have stood their ground and insisted on a cash bond. And don't tell me that she doesn't have the cash. Hell, I won't be surprised when she misses her first court date and nothing happens to her.

3/21/2010 09:16:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And it always seems that the guy with the most hours on the books seems to be able NOT get time off. But the dogasses get all the time off cause they real friendly with the timekeeper, if you know what I mean.

Then become a dog-ass and you will get all the time off you want. But until then just STFU!

3/21/2010 09:25:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is no reason for any P.O. to have zero hours on the books.

Yes there is. It's called HAVING A LIFE outside this job, which you obviously don't have. Just remember super cop, there will always be someone out there that thinks they are better than you and that you don't deserve the spot you have.


So be happy with what you have and stop worrying about what some other copper does. Life is never fair so why should you expect more from this department.

3/21/2010 09:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have 14 years on, nearly 1500 hours and three kids. The reason I have thoes hours is because I saved them and only take off for family realted functions.

WOW! With 1500 hrs STILL on the books you must not have many family related functions.

3/21/2010 09:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
I seem to recall a certain Deputy Chief take a fall for the same nonsense Penny is now facing. If you remember he was arrested and subsequently suspended w/o pay facing termination. I think it took about 2 years to have him reinstated back to Lieutenant pay on 1st watch in 007th district. That was a huge penalty and kinda put a damper on his career. He has since recovered somewhat but I am sure he will be watching this outcome very close.

Discipline should be fair for all of us no matter what your rank. This Commander should be punished but it should be fair and swift.

3/19/2010 01:29:00 PM

This is apples and steaks. He did a whole lot more than call someone and curse them out. He stalked, cut tires, beat her etc., all while he was married. He was brought in at least 15 times before he got the counseling he needed to get him to stop. No penalty on this job effected him. I was in IAD, so I know!

3/22/2010 08:30:00 AM  

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