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“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”

“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”
“It’s becoming a disturbingly familiar scene in America - mentally unstable cops”

Oh bullshit, Sharon

This commission was  a way for Sharon Show me the money Bulova, and her cronies that we keep electing to the board of supervisors, to do nothing about the Punk-predictors on the Fairfax County Police force and the police problems in general while looking like they actually did something…why do you think she put the media on the commission?
This is government worker think at its best.

Again…again….again…this is a simple problem and can be resolved in just a few steps;
Put body cameras on the cops.  The cops aren’t very bright and as result they do stupid things and make dumb life decisions….like becoming cops, smart people don’t work as policemen, that’s not my fault, its just the way it is. Put body cameras on them will reduce everything that’s wrong with the Fairfax County Police because, generally, they’ll stop doing stupid things.

Make the body camera tapes available to the public.

Force the county to insure each cop. When a cop has too many complaints against him or her, the insurance company will pull their bond and they won’t be able to work and we get rid of bad cops.

We pay these clowns twice what their worth. It’s our dime. Force them to get a bachelor’s degree in something….anything….within five years of being hired by us to work on OUR police department.  

Fire the idiot chief of police and never hire another chief from within the ranks of OUR police department again.

Cut their budget. Do they really need almost half billion dollars year?

Draft report on Fairfax police practices calls for culture of transparency
 Review Commission began its work developing recommendations about the county’s police
The commission came about after the death of John Geer of Springfield in 2013. An unarmed Geer was shot by Officer Adam Torres while standing on his doorstep. A special grand jury recently indicted Torres on a second-degree murder charge.
A final report, which includes nearly 40 pages of recommendations, will be presented to the County Board of Supervisors on Oct. 20. The board will then hold public hearings on it before it decides on implementing any, some or all of the recommendations.
The commission — established by Sharon Bulova, chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors — is made up of current and former members of law enforcement, county officials and community members, among others.
It’s really been a huge amount of work in a relatively short period of time, Bulova said.
Topics commissioners reviewed included communications, recruitment, independent oversight and investigations, use of force, as well as mental health and crisis intervention training.
The final report calls for a culture of transparency at the police department. Recommendations also encourage the use of body cameras for police officers and training for more police officers that may respond to situation involving a person suffering from mental illness.
Geer’s death raised questions about how well the police department is able to police itself.  The department drew further criticism after it took 18 months to release any information about the investigation into the shooting.
The commission is calling for independent oversight of police shooting investigations in which a person is badly hurt or killed. The final report is expected recommend that the Board of Supervisors to create and staff the Office of Independent Police Auditor, which will look into investigations involving officers. The report also calls for a Civilian Review Panel, which can review internal affairs investigations of alleged abuse of authority or serious misconduct by officers.
I think it’s affordable, I think it’s all very doable and I think that’s going to be important in getting it passed through the board of supervisors, said Jeff Stewart of the recommendations. Stewart witnessed the shooting of Geer, who was his friend.
Some in attendance expressed concern that board wouldn’t adopt many of the recommendations.
I would never create a commission like this without intending to follow through on their recommendations, Bulova said.
Michael Hershman, the commission’s chairman, says he is hopeful but says getting the recommendations implemented will be the biggest hurdle.

We want to make sure that the changes that we recommend are actually implemented and then are sustainable regardless of who the leadership is in the future, said Hershman.



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