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Najee Harris - Joe Davola
Obviously it’s extremely early, but I’m curious on the board’s take of how Harris will do Fantasy wise? Where do y’all think he’ll be on draft boards?...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]Link?[/quote] I’ll look for a link later on when I get off of work. I’ll add it if I find it. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
Yea that’s correct. Not sure of the exact numbers but i know it’s much more than normal attrition. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]Are your former co-workers trying to get out of BRPD as well? In your opinion, where do you see Baton Rouge at in 10-15 in regards to crime? I have family thinking about moving to Baton Rouge and would like to hear from someone who seems to know a good bit about the city.[/quote] My former...
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[quote]What's the new recruit pool looking like? I can't imagine kids are wanting to be cops when they grow up these days... we may not see the full ramifications of this until the current youth enters the workforce[/quote] It’s definitely not ideal. No one is applying to be the police in BR and ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]Hopefully the new gig doesn’t involve callouts![/quote] No call outs ever again. I had forgot what a full night of sleep every night was like. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
Yep that’s correct. There are a lot of things going on with BRPD that I can see catching up to them in the next 5, 10, and 15 years. ...
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[quote]Was it hard hearing the democrats say police need more accountability without ever saying anything about the criminals and citizens being more accountable and decent?[/quote] Yes at first, but I quickly learned to ignore what Democrat politicians said regarding law enforcement. ...
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[quote]I would bet there's an 80% chance that the case has to be retried.[/quote] There are definitely plenty of avenues for appeals. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]Blaine Salamomi is a terrible example to use of someone who did it right. But I get your point.[/quote] I was using him as a local example. I understand how you and others may see him as a bad example, but at least you see what I was trying to convey. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]How many years did you have in? I think there's a ton of people in your shoes who want to leave, but no feel they're do committed to the retirement to walk away now.[/quote] I was at about 9 years with BRPD. I would agree with that sentiment. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]whats the story on that? I didn't pay much attention to coverage.[/quote] An on air anchor stated that they knew basically all of the personal information of each juror and pretty much threatened to release it if the verdict wasn’t what they wanted. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]Do think the police would disarm law abiding civilians if called to do so by our politicians?[/quote] Unfortunately yes, I do think some would. I can’t put a percentage on it because I believe it would vary by location. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]What search terms, job categories did you concentrate your search in?[/quote] I searched for investigator/investigation positions. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]Pension? Hold up...[/quote] No pension here. I didn’t retire, I resigned. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]So are you a private investigator for a private company or can you say?[/quote] Not a private investigator, but I’d prefer not to go into specifics. It’s just position where I conduct investigations for my company. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
[quote]Good on you, sir. But I'm sincerely asking now that you're out, why? If it was the danger I can seriously get it. If it is the cams and oversight, or threat of scrutiny, not certain I do.[/quote] It was the politicization of the job. I could be put into an extreme situation where I do ever...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
I’d love to know that answer myself. Part of the Democrats’ platform was essentially taking food off of the table of police officers. I couldn’t support that even if I had been a Democrat prior to that (I wasn’t). ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
That’s tough. The area of Jefferson Ave near Plank is definitely up there. Brookstown, Gus Young area, there’s so many which isn’t a bright spot for the city. Basically all north of Florida as well as pockets south of it. ...
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re: Got out of law enforcement - Joe Davola
Honestly, not sure if those discussions were taking place. I wasn’t on the road anymore when I left. I doubt it though simply because BR has such a large black population. However, I do know that the vast majority of proactive work isn’t being done any longer by the everyday patrol officers. The...
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