Friday, January 6, 2017

Judge allows Seattle police reforms to move forward, but with a major change - The federal judge issued a significant finding calling for the city to use a lower standard of proof to fire an officer for dishonesty

In a major step toward police-accountability reform, U.S. District Judge James Robart cleared the way Friday for the Seattle City Council to consider sweeping legislation ranging from officer discipline to broad oversight of the Police Department.

Robart, who is overseeing a 2012 federal consent decree requiring the Police Department to address excessive force and biased policing, issued an order allowing most of the city’s proposals to go forward.

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Time for the cops to go on a "wilding" and start getting shitty, real fuck all proper shitty!!!

Anonymous said...

It sounds like the judge needs multiple wood shampoos to knock some sense into him.
It's that or he needs to encounter a roving tribe of groids for his wake up call.

Anonymous said...

THEY PAY ME TO DRIVE AROUND, WATCH DVDS AND PLAY ON THE PHONE STAY FETAL MY FRIENDS!!

Anonymous said...

If they fired the dishonest, criminal and stupid police officers, they would probably have 25% of the force left !!!

Anonymous said...

No law enforcement officer should be disciplined or even questioned when he or she terminates a negroe. We all know how these ghetto monkeys are.

Mr. SouthSide said...

Seattle. More Starbucks coffee kicking in.

Col. Lingus said...

Stay fetal

Anonymous said...

Good, cops are morons and bad tippers

Anonymous said...

Dont do anything. Nobody ever got fired for that

Anonymous said...

Need to hire Mexicans to do police work at a lower cost and better job performance

Anonymous said...

I hope that so called judge meets up with some feral jigs looking for some cheap jollies.

Murph the 4th said...

Come on Shaved, put my blog back into your list. This is Murph. We write about the same stuff. Pro police and pro Trump.