Re: Chief Roessler - General Order 1
Date: March 01, 2020 09:34AM
> Ed is a problem for sure, but stop and wonder if
> he's not getting marching orders from higher up?
> You all forget David Rohrer, the deputy county
> exec for public safety, the former chief of
> Hey retired officer, do you remember things before
> Rohrer? When did things start going down hill?
> lowered hiring standards, internal scandals, shot
> cops,drowned cops, shot optometrists. That's
> right about where things went to shit.
> Coincidence? I think not.
> Acting Chief Jim Morris cleared out YEARS of
> backlogged admin cases in a few months.
> Give Rohrer the boot, save that $250K (executive
> pay level E-14) the taxpayers shell out and let
> the police and fire chief run their departments
> like they used to. If they don't cut the mustard,
> give them the boot.
> FCPD needs someone competent from the outside.
> Deputy chiefs need to be shown the door as well as
> half of the majors.
> Won't happen though, more excuses, more knee-jerk
> reactions, higher attrition, poor hiring
> practices, more scandals > which leads to more
> admin policies hamstringing workers. which will
> result in "de-policing" and a mass exodus of
> seasoned workers.
> The job won't get done but they'll have plenty of
> incompetents to choose from for the "diversity"
> recruitment posters.
> RIP FCPD. 1940 - 2010
Things continue to swirl going down the bowl, lower hiring standards, applicants that can't pass multiple lie detector tests, rampant history of drug use. Meanwhile the experienced people hired back when there were standards are streaming out the door, lots of early retirements. What a sorry state of affairs. Sorry Eddie, body worn cams aren't going to fix it, they'll just be the shark that ate the budget.