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GMU POLICE
Posted by: FUKGMUPO ()
Date: December 27, 2011 02:00AM

Sooooo....I understand they have nothing to do for the break, but WTF. I live next to the campus and in the last 2 nights I have been followed almost all the way to my house for no reason at all. I was driving the speed limit, my car is totally legal, and never did anything wrong. Tonight was the last straw. My sister came to pick me and my buddy up from hard times in ffx city and was 100% sober. (she doesn't drink). Next thing we know lights are in the mirror. GMU POLICE were behind us, saying we went through a red light and almost hit a curb. She got a WARNING for going through a light, which was green, not even yellow when we went through it. My father was a police officer for thirty years and cant even believe what his kids are dealing with. He said it was a lot different, and more important stuff to do when he was in uniform. I HATE GMU AND FAIRFAX CO POLICE FOR THIS REASON. I know there is a few good ones out there, but they are over ruled by all the SCUM that patrols this area. I HOPE THEY ALL DIE A SLOW PAIN FULL DEATH. I HATE you under-educated FUCKS.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: TL;Dc ()
Date: December 27, 2011 03:35AM

not reading that. cops dont pull ppl over for nothing. whatever it was it was your fault. dont show up to court you will lose.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Near GMU ()
Date: December 27, 2011 07:43AM

When it comes to GMU police, I beg to differ. I had been pulled over for "speeding" on University Dr back when it made sense and went all the way through Ffx City.
It was kinda hard to know I was being pulled over as the cop kept at least 8 car lengths behind me with his lights on. After maybe a quarter-mile of thinking "what the hell is he doing?" I pulled over on a residential street, only to have the cop berate me for not pulling over.
It's the only time I've been pulled over and actually feared being shot by a cop the SOB was so pissed off.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Youre a douche ()
Date: December 27, 2011 08:27AM

I wouldn't have got on here and said my piece if I did something wrong. You must be one of those idiots?

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: friskydingo ()
Date: December 27, 2011 08:47AM

Unfortunately, the police are allowed to follow you anywhere for however long they want in public.

I agree that the mason police have always seemed to have some real amateur hour training.

On the other hand, I have to say that the Fairfax County Police are for the most part professional and damn good at what they do. Crime is in fact low in the county. This is such a cliche; but it's soo true what they say, "if you aren't doing anything wrong, then you have nothing to worry about." And no, we do not live in a police state as many of you say.. I am a young "druggie" looking person and I have never ever been pulled over for no reason.

There are some bad apples, such as the cowboy swat guy that shot the unarmed doctor. I believe he suspiciously used excessive force and should be charged with manslaughter. If any of us accidentally shot and killed someone, Im sure there would be some negligent homicide charges involved.

But for the most part they're just honest guys doing a hard job.

 



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 12/27/2011 09:07AM by friskydingo.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: SMH ()
Date: December 27, 2011 09:15AM

I only hate that they are running speed traps on Braddock Road. My guess is they catch more non students than students at that spot.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: wally pip jr. ()
Date: December 27, 2011 10:04AM

I too have experienced the GMU cops tailing me on 123 and once down braddock.
apparently the gmu cops have very bad reputation on campus as well. some kind of study was done but apparently things still haven't changed with these numbnuts at mason

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Bill.N. ()
Date: December 27, 2011 10:12AM

@friskydingo-I do agree that Fairfax police are for the most part professional. However they do have their bad apples, and some of those bad apples do end up doing traffic enforcement.

As for the GMU police, I never had any dealings with them. They do seem to be far more active off campus than other university police departments are. Of course this could be because they have two major commuter arteries running right next to their campus.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: joe thursday ()
Date: December 27, 2011 10:45AM

I would think if the GMU police have enough time to patrol 123 then they either are ignoring the crime on campus or if there is nothing to do on campus then maybe they have too many cops in which case some budget trimming should be done.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: anneal ()
Date: December 27, 2011 10:47AM

State law gives GMU police jurisdiction on roads adjacent to the campus. I'm sure writing tickets on 123 and Braddock makes them feel like real cops.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Rickdotfeltdotcom ()
Date: December 27, 2011 10:49AM

They used to follow people from the dorms to our house off campus and tell us not to serve people under 21 and they'd be watching us. I'd tell em to beat it.

Someone once told me Mason cops never show up to court though.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: they are real cops ()
Date: December 27, 2011 02:05PM

anneal Wrote:
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> State law gives GMU police jurisdiction on roads
> adjacent to the campus. I'm sure writing tickets
> on 123 and Braddock makes them feel like real
> cops.


They are real cops. They go to the same academy as the other local departments their jurisdiction is just real small. That said, they do have some bad cops. Not all of them are bad, but like with anything in life you will have people that arent great at their job

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: robon ()
Date: December 27, 2011 02:23PM

GMU spends a lot of time and effort to fix all the problems that they are having with GM police.
It is a known fact; They have been having problems with them all the time.
My best recommendation is to not make it easy on them. Just give them shit.
make them arrest you and make more mistakes. GMU looks at those incidents are on going problems. I will not comply and accept any of their crap.
Ill make them arrest me just so it can be documented. Even the magistrate knows how stupid some of them are. I do have a friend that is a good GM police. He is one of the good ones. That is how I know they are keeping a close eye on them.
GMU also reads this web site. I sent the link to them on e time and since then they always look in here for all the stories that we tell.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: dumb advice ()
Date: December 27, 2011 02:47PM

robon Wrote:
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> GMU spends a lot of time and effort to fix all the
> problems that they are having with GM police.
> It is a known fact; They have been having problems
> with them all the time.
> My best recommendation is to not make it easy on
> them. Just give them shit.
> make them arrest you and make more mistakes. GMU
> looks at those incidents are on going problems. I
> will not comply and accept any of their crap.
> Ill make them arrest me just so it can be
> documented. Even the magistrate knows how stupid
> some of them are. I do have a friend that is a
> good GM police. He is one of the good ones. That
> is how I know they are keeping a close eye on
> them.
> GMU also reads this web site. I sent the link to
> them on e time and since then they always look in
> here for all the stories that we tell.


This is the dumbest advice one could possibly give. Yea youll really show them when your in jail for not complying. Heres an idea if you think theyre THAT bad just stay away from campus. Problem sloved

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: anneal ()
Date: December 27, 2011 04:38PM

I know they are certified LEO. Maybe I should have said "real" cops. You know, investigating actual crimes instead of hassling people over parking permits, loud music, and arresting students for trying to study at the library.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: they are real cops ()
Date: December 27, 2011 06:40PM

anneal Wrote:
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> I know they are certified LEO. Maybe I should have
> said "real" cops. You know, investigating actual
> crimes instead of hassling people over parking
> permits, loud music, and arresting students for
> trying to study at the library.


Oh you mean the student in the library who has a criminal record for public disturbance and a history of violence who cornered a girl in a room and wouldnt let her leave then proceeded to threaten her and the police not letting the issue drop even after they let him go and kept forcing the issue over the period of 20 hours even though he said he desperately had to study and needed the room but found countless hours to waste on this? That guy deserved the charges he got and they were only dropped because he was a muslim. Not racist just the fact.

That said yes the other departments almost always have more pressing matters to deal with as violent crime on campus is very low. Theres some theft but over GMU is a very safe campus.

FYI though the GMU PD doesnt do parking those guys are entirely employed by the university and are a nightmare to deal with. Funny thing is a good number of them get arrested and/or fired for stealing quarters out of the parking meters which is why theyre switching to the electronic paying method

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: fi ()
Date: December 27, 2011 07:58PM

FUKGMUPO Wrote:
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> Sooooo....I understand they have nothing to do for
> the break, but WTF. I live next to the campus and
> in the last 2 nights I have been followed almost
> all the way to my house for no reason at all. I
> was driving the speed limit, my car is totally
> legal, and never did anything wrong. Tonight was
> the last straw. My sister came to pick me and my
> buddy up from hard times in ffx city and was 100%
> sober. (she doesn't drink). Next thing we know
> lights are in the mirror. GMU POLICE were behind
> us, saying we went through a red light and almost
> hit a curb. She got a WARNING for going through a
> light, which was green, not even yellow when we
> went through it. My father was a police officer
> for thirty years and cant even believe what his
> kids are dealing with. He said it was a lot
> different, and more important stuff to do when he
> was in uniform. I HATE GMU AND FAIRFAX CO POLICE
> FOR THIS REASON. I know there is a few good ones
> out there, but they are over ruled by all the SCUM
> that patrols this area. I HOPE THEY ALL DIE A SLOW
> PAIN FULL DEATH. I HATE you under-educated FUCKS.

I've driven through GMU every day for 15 years. Never been stopped by GMU police. Something about you and/or your car must spell A S S H O L E.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: university dr ()
Date: December 27, 2011 08:05PM

Near GMU Wrote:
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> When it comes to GMU police, I beg to differ. I
> had been pulled over for "speeding" on University
> Dr back when it made sense and went all the way
> through Ffx City.


Nahh dude, University dr makes more sense now. No more crazy motherfuckers using our street for a speedway. It was a LONG time coming and we're lovin it! Stay the fuck out on 123 where you belong.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: this ()
Date: December 27, 2011 08:09PM

fi Wrote:

> I've driven through GMU every day for 15 years.
> Never been stopped by GMU police. Something about
> you and/or your car must spell A S S H O L E.


I wouldnt use those exact words but I was thinking the same thing. I went to undergrad and grad school there and the biggest encounter I ever had with them was seeing them getting coffee at a 7-11. Its funny how the person has never done anything wrong ever and its always the cops fault.

If you dont give them a reason to follow you 99.9 percent of the time they will go look for something else to do.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: wahoo ()
Date: December 27, 2011 08:43PM

FUKGMUPO Wrote:
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> Sooooo....I understand they have nothing to do for
> the break, but WTF. I live next to the campus and
> in the last 2 nights I have been followed almost
> all the way to my house for no reason at all. I
> was driving the speed limit, my car is totally
> legal, and never did anything wrong. Tonight was
> the last straw. My sister came to pick me and my
> buddy up from hard times in ffx city and was 100%
> sober. (she doesn't drink). Next thing we know
> lights are in the mirror. GMU POLICE were behind
> us, saying we went through a red light and almost
> hit a curb. She got a WARNING for going through a
> light, which was green, not even yellow when we
> went through it. My father was a police officer
> for thirty years and cant even believe what his
> kids are dealing with. He said it was a lot
> different, and more important stuff to do when he
> was in uniform. I HATE GMU AND FAIRFAX CO POLICE
> FOR THIS REASON. I know there is a few good ones
> out there, but they are over ruled by all the SCUM
> that patrols this area. I HOPE THEY ALL DIE A SLOW
> PAIN FULL DEATH. I HATE you under-educated FUCKS.


Mason kids are for the most part low rent retards. You need low rent cops to keep these bitches in line.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: kettle meet pot ()
Date: December 27, 2011 09:11PM

wahoo Wrote:

> Mason kids are for the most part low rent retards.
> You need low rent cops to keep these bitches in
> line.


Your statement screams intelligence for someone questioning the intelligence of others

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: cutlikediamonds ()
Date: December 28, 2011 11:15AM

had an officer follow me south on ox road merging west onto braddock road and then followed me all the way to my neighborhood then stop following after i got on my driveway, i was like lolwut are you doing dude

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Wahoo ()
Date: December 28, 2011 08:49PM

kettle meet pot Wrote:
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> wahoo Wrote:
>
> > Mason kids are for the most part low rent
> retards.
> > You need low rent cops to keep these bitches in
> > line.
>
>
> Your statement screams intelligence for someone
> questioning the intelligence of others


You mad bro????


lol@u!

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: kettle meet pot ()
Date: December 28, 2011 08:55PM

Wahoo Wrote:


> You mad bro????
>
>
> lol@u!

Not at all. But someone of little intelligence shouldnt be questioning the intelligence of others when the best you can say is theyre retards and you mad bro ect without providing a single fact. Im guessing youre also a "victim" of the police

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Barney Fife ()
Date: December 28, 2011 09:19PM

GMU = Mall cops with an extra cup of coffee. GMU administration needs to wake up and smell the coffee. Students don't need or want to be needlessly harassed by these security-cop cretins on steroids. Bunch of Barney Fife keystone cops don't know which end is up.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: no ()
Date: December 28, 2011 09:28PM

Barney Fife Wrote:
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> GMU = Mall cops with an extra cup of coffee. GMU
> administration needs to wake up and smell the
> coffee. Students don't need or want to be
> needlessly harassed by these security-cop cretins
> on steroids. Bunch of Barney Fife keystone cops
> don't know which end is up.


Or you can look at it how it actually is GMU cops = real police officers. They dont have the crime other departments have but they are real cops. Calling them anything else just makes it look like they caught you doing something.

Of course students dont want cops on campus, they want to drink underage, get drunk in public, and use all the drugs they want.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Wahoo ()
Date: December 28, 2011 09:35PM

kettle meet pot Wrote:
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> Wahoo Wrote:
>
>
> > You mad bro????
> >
> >
> > lol@u!
>
> Not at all. But someone of little intelligence
> shouldnt be questioning the intelligence of others
> when the best you can say is theyre retards and
> you mad bro ect without providing a single fact.
> Im guessing youre also a "victim" of the police


Spell much bro? Are you a GMU grad lol!!!

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: kettle meet pot ()
Date: December 28, 2011 09:38PM

Wahoo Wrote:

>
> Spell much bro? Are you a GMU grad lol!!!


not using an apostrophe doesnt mean the word is misspelled but thanks for playing. im not wasting anymore time with someone whose probably smoked themselves stupid like you have

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: VCU-F4 ()
Date: December 29, 2011 07:26PM

Although I have never personally had a problem with the GMU police, I have heard many bad stories from some of my collegiate comrades in Fairfax.

I'd recommend that any distressed GMU students transfer to VCU, where the police protect the student population, and are generally benign.

Memorable experience of a VCU police officer busting a large underage drinking party: "Ya'll are having a good party! Now everybody settle down now, people gotta go to work in the morning-"

See ya!

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: literate ()
Date: December 29, 2011 07:50PM

not using an apostrophe doesnt mean the word is misspelled

um, yes it does.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: no it doesnt ()
Date: December 29, 2011 07:56PM

literate Wrote:
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> not using an apostrophe doesnt mean the word is
> misspelled
>
> um, yes it does.


It would be a grammatical error not a spelling one. You have to have a very tiny mind to not know what is being said without them

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: literate ()
Date: December 29, 2011 08:02PM

No, a grammatical error would be using, e.g., an incorrect tense or case. Omitting an apostrophe is misspelling.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: youre wrong again ()
Date: December 29, 2011 08:07PM

and once again youre wrong. eg is the correct form for the term for example. ie means in other words.

its an internet forum not english class. nitpicking whether or not someone uses an apostrophe, which in no way hinders understanding the word, is what people do when their proven wrong and have nothing else to go on

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Wahoo ()
Date: December 29, 2011 08:08PM

kettle meet pot Wrote:
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> Wahoo Wrote:
>
> >
> > Spell much bro? Are you a GMU grad lol!!!
>
>
> not using an apostrophe doesnt mean the word is
> misspelled but thanks for playing. im not wasting
> anymore time with someone whose probably smoked
> themselves stupid like you have


Help me out here bro, is it douche or dou'che???

LMFRWAO!

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: literate ()
Date: December 29, 2011 08:20PM

I was providing examples (e.g., incorrect tense and/or case as examples of incorrect grammar), hence "e.g." is correct. You started the grammar vs. spelling thing, not me.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Wahoo ()
Date: December 29, 2011 08:34PM

literate Wrote:
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> I was providing examples (e.g., incorrect tense
> and/or case as examples of incorrect grammar),
> hence "e.g." is correct. You started the grammar
> vs. spelling thing, not me.


get out much bro?



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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: wait, what?! ()
Date: December 29, 2011 08:39PM

robon Wrote:
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> GMU spends a lot of time and effort to fix all the
> problems that they are having with GM police.
> It is a known fact; They have been having problems
> with them all the time.
> My best recommendation is to not make it easy on
> them. Just give them shit.
> make them arrest you and make more mistakes. GMU
> looks at those incidents are on going problems. I
> will not comply and accept any of their crap.
> Ill make them arrest me just so it can be
> documented. Even the magistrate knows how stupid
> some of them are. I do have a friend that is a
> good GM police. He is one of the good ones. That
> is how I know they are keeping a close eye on
> them.
> GMU also reads this web site. I sent the link to
> them on e time and since then they always look in
> here for all the stories that we tell.

English is obviously not your first language. Is that you Abdi? How are things going since you got busted for kidnapping that girl in the library? Tough job market, isn't it?

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Sick of Bickerfest ()
Date: December 30, 2011 01:51PM

Girls! Stop fighting! You're both pretty!

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: korgon ()
Date: October 31, 2012 04:27PM

Mason police are idiots. The routinely have large amounts of tickets tossed out of County court, and for a period of time had their ability to enforce traffic violations off campus revoked. I'm a cop, and those jokers give all cops a bad name.

I used to live in Fairfax, and got followed from just south of Red Hot and Blue to Zion, where he pulled me over. He said he pulled over for speeding, 49 in a 45. From 4 feet back, he said he smelled alcohol. Yeah, ok buddy. I let him have it. I told him the Fresca and Oatmeal cookie fermented in my stomach. He was so surprised by my reaction that he walked away, telling me to have a nice day. What a fool.

They used to be SCOP's, some were State Academy rejects, and now have their own internal hiring. They are still rejects, and all their hi-speed lights at night look like a giant baby blue blob, over-utilization of every available space for lights. Fools.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: some perks ()
Date: October 31, 2012 04:30PM

but they get to see all the events at Patriot Center for free and drool over the GMU hotties.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: lolzzzzz ()
Date: October 31, 2012 04:33PM

I heard the same thing about most of their tickets being tossed out of court a few years back. They should Keep the beat to the school grounds. Kinda funny the City police never ask for assistance from the campus cops but call in fairfax all the time. LMAO.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Fully Informed Juror ()
Date: October 31, 2012 04:40PM

If you think police are treating people unfairly, you don't have to vote "Guilty" when you're on a jury. Remember that:
http://fija.org/

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: guilty or they wouldnt be there ()
Date: October 31, 2012 04:52PM

You vote not based on the police but guilt or innocence. If the cops didnt give a guy a steak and lobster dinner while he was in jail that doesnt mean he is innocent.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Whut? ()
Date: October 31, 2012 04:56PM

guilty or they wouldnt be there Wrote:
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If the cops didnt give a guy a steak
> and lobster dinner while he was in jail that
> doesnt mean he is innocent.

Stupid analogy

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: say whut ()
Date: October 31, 2012 05:04PM

sorry you were found guilty. If the cops acted within the law then shut up, go whine to your mother that you got caught no matter how unfair you think life is.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: to the guilty ()
Date: October 31, 2012 05:06PM

That the cops keep arresting the same people over and over is not a coincidence, you guys are just retards. Dont count on a jury taking your side, they probably hate you as much as the victims of your criminal behavior.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Whut? ()
Date: October 31, 2012 05:16PM

say whut Wrote:
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> sorry you were found guilty. If the cops acted
> within the law then shut up, go whine to your
> mother that you got caught no matter how unfair
> you think life is.


Who are you writing to? Your post is way off topic. Silly

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Jurors Protect You ()
Date: October 31, 2012 06:38PM

Juries are not just meant to dole out punishments to law-breakers. Their duty is to protect the individual from the government.
Know your duty: http://fija.org/

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: baloonknot ()
Date: October 31, 2012 06:42PM

Perfect example, this guy is judicially impaired, contest every ticket, every arrest.


http://gazette.gmu.edu/articles/21305">


Mason Police Create LGBTQ Liaison Officer Position

September 9, 2011

By Daniel Walsch

Officer Michael Guston. Mason Gazette photo

Officer Michael Guston of University Police has been named as its new liaison to Mason’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) community. The position was established to enhance the relationship between the police department and the community.

“We believe the appointment of officer Guston as our official liaison to the LGBTQ community is an important step forward in opening up a formal line of communication to this community,” says Major George Ginovsky.

Ginovsky says Guston will work closely with the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Resources, which is part of University Life’s multicultural education and research coalition.

Guston has been a member of Mason’s University Police Department since November 2010. Prior to joining Mason, Guston served nine years with the Fairfax County Police Department, where he worked as a patrol officer, a domestic violence detective and a patrol sergeant.

He also served for 11 years with the Culver City Police Department in Los Angeles as a reserve police officer and two years with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in Phoenix as a reserve deputy.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Burke resident ()
Date: November 02, 2012 08:04PM

LOL! Stumbled across this site and this post and had to share my GMU cop story.

I was riding down Braddock Road Eastbound and was just passing GMU on my left. I noticed a GMU police officer stopped in the left lane of Braddock Road going the opposite direction. It peaked my interest enough that as we drove past him, I kept watching him wondering why he was just sitting there, stopped, on Braddock Road. Then, I watched in horror as his reverse lights came on and he started going backwards down Braddock!!!! We pulled into the left turn lane to turn on Roberts and watched the scene unfold. The Westbound traffic that had been stopped at Roberts now had a green light and started to go forward. Of course the first cars in line weren't expecting a police officer to be driving in reverse down Braddock Rd. right in front of them and the lady in front promptly ran right into the back of the cop. Then 2 or 3 of the cars behind her all rear ended her.

I really wish we had somehow gotten our name and number to the people involved in that accident so that we could report that it was the cop's fault. I mean, seriously, what kind of an idiot, cop or not, reverses it down a major road.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: follow up? ()
Date: November 02, 2012 08:32PM

Did he have his emergency lights on? Even so not sure he is covered since there are only certain instances where they can violate the traffic laws while using emergency lights and siren.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: rob ()
Date: November 03, 2012 02:32AM

i had a friend who lived across gmu off blacklick. you know those lines they have so you know where parking starts/ends? well my friends house just happened to be where the parking spot began. i parked my car there, with blinkers on to drop him off. next thing i know i had a gmu cop pull behind me and ask wtf i was doing.

i told him dropping a friend, IN FRONT OF HIS HOUSE. i told him i didnt give a F if i parked a bit outside the parking lines, because i had blinkers and it wouldve taken less than 20 seconds to move, untill he asked me wtf i was doing.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Officer Friendly ()
Date: November 03, 2012 02:58AM

I too have been tailed by these numbnuts for no reason on sevral occasions. Not even on campus just driving home down Braddock to 123. Ridiculous.
I was in Wendy's at Fair city Mall recently when 2 of these fast arses, a guy and girl pretend gmu cop, in front of me. I guess being old the thoughts in my mind slipped out of my mouth to no one in particularly"Retards with Guns" I guess I shouldn't have said it out loud cause it seemed to upset the poor things.
I rather enjoyed actually.

Why do these douchebags need brand new Chev Camaro's to drive around? Too me seems to add to their douchebaggery behavior
And there's yourGMU student activity fees at work for you.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Funny as Shit ()
Date: November 03, 2012 07:54AM

baloonknot Wrote:
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> Perfect example, this guy is judicially impaired,
> contest every ticket, every arrest.
>
>
> HREF="/http://gazette.gmu.edu/articles/21305"
>
>
>
> Mason Police Create LGBTQ Liaison Officer
> Position
>
> September 9, 2011
>
> By Daniel Walsch
>
> Officer Michael Guston. Mason Gazette photo
>
> Officer Michael Guston of University Police has
> been named as its new liaison to Mason’s
> lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and
> questioning (LGBTQ) community. The position was
> established to enhance the relationship between
> the police department and the community.
>
> “We believe the appointment of officer Guston as
> our official liaison to the LGBTQ community is an
> important step forward in opening up a formal line
> of communication to this community,” says Major
> George Ginovsky.
>
> Ginovsky says Guston will work closely with the
> Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and
> Questioning Resources, which is part of University
> Life’s multicultural education and research
> coalition.
>
> Guston has been a member of Mason’s University
> Police Department since November 2010. Prior to
> joining Mason, Guston served nine years with the
> Fairfax County Police Department, where he worked
> as a patrol officer, a domestic violence detective
> and a patrol sergeant.
>
> He also served for 11 years with the Culver City
> Police Department in Los Angeles as a reserve
> police officer and two years with the Maricopa
> County Sheriff’s Office in Phoenix as a reserve
> deputy.

Somebody should really ask why a Sgt with Fairfax County Police would resign to go work with GMU PD. Lets see how long before an answer gets posted.

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Posted by: puzzled ()
Date: November 03, 2012 12:51PM

Funny as Shit Wrote:
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> Somebody should really ask why a Sgt with Fairfax
> County Police would resign to go work with GMU PD.
> Lets see how long before an answer gets posted.

That does seem strange. State benefits are nowhere near as nice as the county. I would think his pay would be much less as well.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Local Heroin ()
Date: November 03, 2012 01:50PM

Funny as Shit Wrote:
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> Somebody should really ask why a Sgt with Fairfax
> County Police would resign to go work with GMU PD.
> Lets see how long before an answer gets posted.

Sounds like he's done a fair amount of police work in his life. I imagine with being campus police, there's less "real" policing to be done. It's like retiring for cops, but they still get to make arrests, etc. and feel important

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Sheriff Bart ()
Date: November 03, 2012 08:38PM

let me whip this out and put it here.... This is in response to what baloney knot or whatev er is talking about.

Some state systems have expansively defined Brady material to include many other items, including for example any documents which might reflect negatively on a witness's credibility.[7]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brady_disclosure

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: jackie c ()
Date: November 03, 2012 08:46PM

Sheriff Bart Wrote:
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> let me whip this out and put it here.... This is
> in response to what baloney knot or whatev er is
> talking about.
>
> Some state systems have expansively defined Brady
> material to include many other items, including
> for example any documents which might reflect
> negatively on a witness's credibility.[7]
>
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brady_disclosure
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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Gerry ()
Date: November 03, 2012 08:51PM

puzzled Wrote:
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> Funny as Shit Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Somebody should really ask why a Sgt with
> Fairfax
> > County Police would resign to go work with GMU
> PD.
> > Lets see how long before an answer gets posted.
>
> That does seem strange. State benefits are nowhere
> near as nice as the county. I would think his pay
> would be much less as well.

Sargent's pay is O-20 or so I've been told, this dude had to be around the midpoint. Figure $70,000

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/hr/PAY-PLAN/FY12/OPlan12.pdf

GMU starting Officer pay: $42,352.00

https://www.gmu.edu/depts/police/job.htm

Yes, why would someone resign and take a $27,000 pay cut and worse benefits for an entry level position?

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Bojo ()
Date: February 02, 2015 07:34PM

The reason said "officer" is working for GMU is that he was suspended, with pay, by Fairfax County in a cheating scandal.

I had a run in with him a couple months back, and put in a complain myself, which was promptly whitewashed by the GMU department. I am taking it to the university as we speak.

And no, I am not a student. He turned a routine traffic stop into showing off for the young officer he was riding with.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/03/17/AR2009031703179.html

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Hippo the Critter ()
Date: February 02, 2015 07:55PM

Another moron who hates the police, yet calls them when somebody rapes his dog.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: wU6LX ()
Date: February 03, 2015 01:46PM

many police are caught abusing the public trust for $$

but it's a serious charge and seldom proved

however if proved it's a serious charge - because they are paid well and are armed and have access to public militant target of persons infrastructure. because people end up dead or imprisoned if a cop makes them angry with false charges.

abuse that same trust is absolutely un-forgivable

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Odin's Ravens ()
Date: February 13, 2015 09:11AM

The reason said "officer" is working for GMU is that he was suspended, with pay, by Fairfax County in a cheating scandal.

I had a run in with him a couple months back, and put in a complain myself, which was promptly whitewashed by the GMU department. I am taking it to the university as we speak.

And no, I am not a student. He turned a routine traffic stop into showing off for the young officer he was riding with.



I have heard many horror stories of Officer Michael Guston. He can not testify in court for a major trial only smaller traffic offenses. The only reason GMU hired him is because he is gay. Not saying anything is wrong with gay people, but it's a known fact that companies hire based on gender, sexual orientation, and race. Whatever the company or department needs on staff in accordance to the EEO is what they will hire. Guston should not be a police officer. I have heard many of his tactics are dirty. He told an officer in field training to use force with a taser for no reason what so ever.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: GMUoutOfControl ()
Date: February 13, 2015 11:15AM

GMU police need to stay on the campus, there should be no reason for these Barney Fife wannabes to off campus. They should only have juristiction on the campus proper, not on the state roads such at 123 and Braddock Road. Fucking 911 turned cops into overzealous retards.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Harris Teeter ()
Date: February 13, 2015 11:24AM

GMUoutOfControl Wrote:
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> GMU police need to stay on the campus, there
> should be no reason for these Barney Fife wannabes
> to off campus. They should only have jurisdiction
> on the campus proper, not on the state roads such
> at 123 and Braddock Road. Fucking 911 turned cops
> into overzealous retards.

If you would like, we can install devices on their police cars that lock the wheels when they try to leave campus, just like we use on our shopping carts.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Nu ()
Date: February 13, 2015 07:09PM

GMU cops one step above mall cops. Shouldn't be allowed to drive real cars. Give them all Segways. Keep em off the highways .

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: curious1 ()
Date: May 15, 2015 04:18PM

Did anything come of taking it to the University? I am having an issue with this "Guston" character as well.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Sillary Clit ()
Date: May 15, 2015 04:39PM

Suburban Bitch Fest '15

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: ...... ()
Date: May 16, 2015 09:32AM

Most cops are wannabe Navy SEALs, living out their indoc failure fantasies.

Whenever one get lipoy with me, I ask them if they'd like to come on my next deployment with me. Shuts them up every time.

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: Steve pots ()
Date: January 06, 2016 02:08PM

michael guston george mason university is a racist cop I dont known how he is keepping his job there are two liars on george mason university him and Paul H J Yang which they are also lover, this is what our money is paying for

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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: DLt3j ()
Date: January 06, 2016 02:26PM

Steve pots Wrote:
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> michael guston george mason university is a racist
> cop I dont known how he is keepping his job there
> are two liars on george mason university him and
> Paul H J Yang which they are also lover, this is
> what our money is paying for


Yeah ...
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Re: GMU POLICE
Posted by: prat steenes ()
Date: January 06, 2016 02:46PM

7925 Shreve Rd, Falls Church, VA 22043
(703) 560-6482
http://state-employees.findthedata.com/l/42164/Michael-Guston

Michael Joseph Guston

Michael Joseph Guston

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Michael Joseph Guston

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