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tonlok

Police misconduct

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I beleave police procedures are there to keep police with in the line and when they break procedure they breaking the law like this case and in this case chief of police did not follow procedure and arrest a person commiting child indangerment his job does not allow him to leave child in a situation that could be causing her harm, his job would be arrest her take child and then call cps. Well he didn't he broke procedure and in turn violated the law he called cps making all sorts of allegations so did he do wrong avoiding his duty  as a police officer

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If there was no crime occurring while he was there, he may have been unable to do anything, but report it to CPS.  When they break procedure they are not breaking the law.  Do you have a question?

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3 hours ago, tonlok said:

I beleave police procedures are there to keep police with in the line and when they break procedure they breaking the law

 

Whether this is or isn't true depends on the particular procedure at issue and the relevant facts.  It's certainly not true as a blanket statement.

 

 

3 hours ago, tonlok said:

did he do wrong avoiding his duty  as a police officer

 

We have no conceivable way of intelligently assessing a situation that we know absolutely nothing about.

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