An Enforcer inquiry was conducted to determine if any members of the 110 Detective Squad ran the name "Shawn Thomas" from 2100 hours on 06/08/2015 - 2100 hours on 06/09/2015. The Enforcer Check revealed that two (2) members of the 110 Squad ran the name "Shawn Thomas", Det. Kelly and Det. Patel (formerly assigned to the 110th Squad). These two officers were subsequently added to this case as subjects with the allegation of DRV-Other for failure to take appropriate actio n in regards to an active I-Card. A YouTube inquiry was conducted for "Unlawfully Arrested for Failure to Provide Identification". The search revealed a video posted by "Shawn Thomas". In the video you see a male white Sergeant with brown hair, dressed in plain clothes, and a male white Police Officer with blond hair, in uniform. No third officer is seen. No shield numbers or name plates where visible in the video. Additionally, the complainant is not seen in the video, you can only hear his voice. No violations of Department rules or procedures are observed in the video. Conferrals Conducted: A conferral with IAB Intelligence Unit disclosed no information on the subject officers or the allegations. A conferral was made with the Kings …show more content…
After discussing the facts of this case, it was determined that Schedule "B" Command Disciplines will be requested for Det. Kelly, and Det. Patel. Det. Kelly and Det. Patel failed to take appropriate police action in regards to the active I-Card, which is in violation of P.G. 203-10 "Public Contact - Prohibited Conduct", page #1, paragraph #5, which states that MOS are prohibited from engaging in conduct prejudicial to good order, efficiency, or discipline of the Department. Charges and Specifications were subsequently preferred against Det. Patel, ICIS# 16-40506, after he opted to not accept his Schedule "B" Command Discipline with a penalty of arned and Admonished, without a statutory
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• P alleges excessive force and false arrest. P claims he was at his former girlfriend’s apartment when two MOS arrested. P claims that he was placed in RMP and taken to PSA 6 precinct. P claims that at the precinct several MOS assaulted him causing him to lose vision in one eye. MOS Carlos Sierra was not present at the precinct for the incident.
Officer Ingleby provides good customer service when dealing directly or indirectly with the public. He takes timely action on his cases. There have been only a few incidents of casework over the 30 day benchmark. He is proactive in ensuring the oldest cases are adjudicated within district
Stark noticed the Officer Safety issue with interviewing the Victim in front of the door, and asked him to move to the side away from the flow of pedestrian traffic. Stark spoke with the Officer that had responded prior to our arrival and got the information that the Officer had already obtained. Stark re-interviewed the Victim, and come to the conclusion that the crime elements of PC211 were not met. I asked Stark what he believed the crime was, he stated PC 484 - petty theft. Stark gave the Victim a business card with the report number.
INTRODUCTION: This case involves the arrest of the suspect for possession of an open container of alcohol in public, in violation of PMC 9.24.030. The suspect was cited out. INVESTIGATION: On 01-12-16 at 0836 hours, I was working uniformed patrol with Officer Cass #2067.
On 06/09/2018 at approximately 0435 Officer Sultemeier #969 was doing an hourly jail check in the woman’s wing. I Officer Zagada #967 stayed in booking to try to finish up updating our Classification log. Then, I overheard Officer Sultemeier speak to dispatch about two females coming out of Day Room 6. I Officer Zagada called officer Sultemeier over the radio and asked him “why are you bringing out two girls.”
On 3/17/17 at 1005 hrs, I was dispatched to the PD lobby in reference to harassing phone calls. Upon my arrival, I made contact with the complainant Victoria Wert and her boyfriend, Bradley Palmer. Wert advised Palmer’s ex-girlfriend, Alexus Smith has been texting her since 9/27/16 to 3/17/17, during this time Wert advised she did not text her Smith once, and her text messages are rude and unwanted. Wert advised she did not receive any concerning messages until 3/17/17 at 0930 hrs.
At approx 1:15 pm ON 8-29-16, I was sitting at my desk in my office with the door closed. I heard the raised voice of someone I didn 't recognize yelling repeatedly, "get your hands off me" and similar variations of the demand. I did not hear any other voices. I then opened the door and left my office to find Ofc Jaques searching a male black subject who was now found to be the source of the yelling. Ofc Jaques could be heard sternly but calmly giving orders for the subject to comply with his orders in order to be searched prior to being held in the nearby cell.
For my research on how the contextual themes concepts can result in criminal justice malfeasance I selected the case of State v. Steele, 138 Ohio St.3d 1, 2013-Ohio-2470. This case involved police officer Julian Steele of the Cincinnati, Ohio police department and his indictment on ten counts of police misconduct, including abduction, intimidation, extortion, rape, and sexual battery. Officer Steele abused his legal power to interrogate, arrest and detain a witness by knowingly filing a materially false complaint in order to influence or intimidate a witness; and abducting her minor child from school with the intent of charging the minor child with a robbery felony ” (State v. Steele, 138 Ohio St.3d 1, 2013-Ohio-2470). Due to the nature of this case and its involvement of the minor children involved, the court documents refer to the subjects by initials only.
Assignment 2 Outline I. Introduction A. Attention grabber, 2001 statistics for Officers killed in line of duty in US B. Identify date and agencies involved in the Deputy Jason Baker incident C. Thesis, “This paper will discuss significant failures as well as significant successes from the Jason Baker incident, as well as discuss how I think the professional support of peers during times of crisis can be improved, and will identify a gap in training that may have caused some of the identified failures and describe how I would address the identified training gap”. II. Discussion A. Significant failures 1.
Name of Case: LaChance vs. Erickson Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court Parties and their roles:. LaChance, director, Office of Personnel Management petitioner; Erickson et al Responded Relevant facts: Federal employees made false statements to agency investigators with respect to their misbehavior. The legal issue(s) raised: The legal issue raised was that the respondents, federal employees were charged by their agencies because each of them made false statements to the agency investigators with respect to their misconduct.
About 12 police officers were injured when trying to rein in the crowd. The police has said it will not release the video footage of body cams on the police officers who were present on the scene, until the investigation is complete. The police video footage, without close-up, was shown to Scott 's family who could not discern what, if anything, was
From interactions on the street to testifying in open court, an officer’s word is everything. Once that credibility is gone it is almost impossible for that officer to continue in a law enforcement capacity. Body cameras have emerged as a potential solution to the evolving discussion around police trust and legitimacy issues. One benefit of having a body camera is that if a critical incident, officer involved shooting, or accusation of brutality arises, the camera will provide footage from the officer’s point of view that
Your case would be great if you had a body camera, but your department does not issue body cameras. Now, people are second guessing everything you have done. Unfortunately, this kind of thing has been happening all across our country. With all the advances in technology, people are starting to video police more and more every day.