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January 30, 2013
Just goes to prove that those who can. . . .do. Those who can't, either teach or find a fast track to leadership!
I took note that the last few years I was on the job,it was run by pretty boy political "Yes Men" who operated the Dept. as though it were Wal Martrather than a service to the public.The only Chief who did a fantastic job was one who was promoted througn the ranks and was a local man.
Bratton didn't do a bad job, if it wasn't for him arming the Transit Police with 9mms NYC would still have .38s
nowadays it seems most departments want MANAGERS rather than experienced LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
Sounds kind of like the way things are done in the states If the administration cant get to the guy they want for a specific job because of seniority or to many applicants or someone has better qualifications then their guy they simply change the rules and do as our Sheriff used exempt positions and the unions simply rolled over!
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