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#1 PonyGrl420

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Posted August 19 2013 - 05:28 AM

I've lived all over, I've been young and stupid and mouthed off to cops. I've never been treated the way I have by the police here though! Its from the various towns and sheriffs around here, not just one department.
My friend was handcuffed and smashed into a hood of a car for politley asking why we were being yelled at to leave a place we had permission to be. I was threatened with jail for trying to talk to a cop about a childs saftey. I'm not the only person who's had these experiences. Then there is the general rudeness in simple interactions. There was some media attention a year or so ago for excissive force after a guy who was trying to corporate ended up in the hospital. The Fbi came in and took over a small town w an extremely high murder rate basically saying the police were incompetent.

I want to do something about this. I want to make a stink and have the rite people hear it. I've been googling it but haven't really found any good direction.

Can someone give me some guidance on where to start, who to go to?
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#2 rollingalong

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Posted August 19 2013 - 06:21 AM

start by having some respect for the police....there is plenty of very cool people in law enforcement....to assume all cops are a problem is just crazy

I have lived in the criminal element most of my life....I have met lots of cool popo


every police department has a way to lodge a complaint....

many times the popo themselves are glad to see a particular co-worker go bye-bye because one bad popo gives all popo a bad name....as it did with you

your spiel about the child safety thing needs explaining because i'm guessing the popo saw the situation differently


also....if you get a name for being difficult there is nothing you can do except move to Canada where the popo don't pull heavies on citizens

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Posted August 19 2013 - 07:42 AM

Throw a cider block thru a cop car window.. And get over it..
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Posted August 19 2013 - 08:02 AM

Best thing to do with cops is---nothing. UNLESS---you can get hundreds of people to get involved. Don't ask for trouble trying to change the culture of a police department by yourself. What city are you talking about?

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Posted August 19 2013 - 08:15 AM

or...

"]American Graffiti (8/10) Movie CLIP - Pharaohs and the Cop Car (1973) HD - YouTube

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Posted August 19 2013 - 08:22 AM

Best thing to do with cops is---nothing. UNLESS---you can get hundreds of people to get involved. Don't ask for trouble trying to change the culture of a police department by yourself. What city are you talking about?


for the most part that seems to be the way to go. one could, however, start capturing this stuff on video and post it to YouTube.

"]Confronting Cops 101 with Jimmy Justice - YouTube

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Posted August 19 2013 - 08:26 AM

Yes. Video tape interactions and ask for badge numbers.

I've called my "attorney" (random number in contact list) and that usually gets them to start following the law.

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Posted August 19 2013 - 11:53 AM

Since I have matured, the whole time I have lived here I have been nothing but respectful. Get pulled over for doing 7 over, turn the truck off, hands on the steering wheel, "hello mam" get my head bit off.

I have filed multiple complaints, got treated like crap and they made it very obvious they don't care and arnt going to do anything.

I'm involved with a number of car clubs, with over 3, 000 members. If I get them involved I can get a large amount of people behind me.
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Posted August 19 2013 - 12:05 PM

you don't think there is cops in car clubs?....

...how bout run for office?

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Posted August 19 2013 - 12:16 PM

Ohh and last time I asked for a badge number I was told she doesn't have one as she walked away so I could see it.
Last time I tried to video (while my friend was being thrown over the hood) they ripped my phone out of my hand, deleted the video and refused to give it back till they were leaving.

I'm outside of Charleaton SC, and unfortantily stuck here till my husband and I get full custudy of his daughter or till she is old enough to choose to live with us.
I'm tired of this crap and not going to put up w it for the next 10 years, so I want to do something about it.
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#11 orison

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Posted August 19 2013 - 04:45 PM

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Allegheny County District Attorney Steve Zappala announced that the Allegheny County Chiefs of Police Association has developed guidelines for police action after having been observed, photographed or videotaped by citizens.
The guidelines begin with the admonition:
“Upon discovery that a bystander is observing, photographing or video recording the conduct of police activity, do not impede or prevent the bystander’s ability to continue doing so based solely on your discovery of his/her presence.”
“You guys may remember there was a county police officer who was arrested for road rage incidents, there was a guy in the back seat,” said Zappala. “He was videotaping the encounter. I think it was audio and video. Do it. It’s a public integrity issue.”
Zappala says the public should know they have the right to observe and record police activity but at the same time they should know there are limits to those rights.
Last month teacher Dennis Henderson was arrested after an altercation with police during which he prepared to record an officers actions and the officer tried to take his phone away.
Charges against Henderson were dropped by the D.A.
But while the guidelines tell officers their orders regarding citizen photography can not be automatic, the guidelines also say a citizen’s criminal activity cannot be shielded just because they have a recording device.
“As to any constitutional right, they’re not unlimited,” says Zappala. “They have to be exercised reasonably, so if you want to video a police officer in a public place, you have the right to do that. You do not have the right to antagonize the officer or to try to get them to arrest you. So we’re going to be looking at every circumstance on a case by case basis.”

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#12 Aerianne

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Posted August 19 2013 - 08:42 PM

Charleston...yeah...I have a friend there, my daughter's age, who's been profiled by the cops because she has facial piercings and tattoos.

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Posted August 19 2013 - 10:21 PM

My experience is the attitude you give the cops will reflect in the attitude you get back. When I was younger being a smart ass and uncooperative got me in trouble. As I got older I learned if you respectful and cooperative the cops might give you a break. Just being polite and answering "yes sir/no sir" has gotten me out of dui's and other hairy situations.

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Posted August 19 2013 - 10:31 PM

my buddy harold likes to get tazed in the nuts while attempting to take out as many cops as possible, over absolutely nothing.. lol

I, on the other hand, haven't really had a bad experience with cops, even if I was being detained or arrested..

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