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TKOFaith
09-27-2011, 13:55
:wow: http://jobs.aol.com/articles/2011/09/19/police-charged-for-tossing-football-with-7-year-old/?ncid=txtlnkuscare00000002 :wow:

In a time when police relations are strained, at best, in a lot of places, this is a travesty.

mj9mm
09-27-2011, 14:07
what the heck are they trying to say? build community trust, but on your own time:whistling:

ray9898
09-27-2011, 15:07
LOL....I can only shake my head. NYPD officer doing the bump and grind at a parade is no big deal, tossing a football with a kid gets you in trouble.

PinkoCommie
09-27-2011, 15:23
What the...? Did they play for the entire shift? Otherwise, what the **** is wrong with their superiors? Is there more to this? Is "playing football" some sort of a NYC euphemism I should be aware of? Did they do this while naked? Did they shoot at the ball in a public playground?

TKOFaith
09-27-2011, 15:28
That must've been a pretty provocative end zone celebration!:whistling:

EOD3
09-27-2011, 16:21
OMG, police officers being "normal" folks. They clearly have no place in the NYPD. :wedgie:

PinkoCommie
09-27-2011, 17:07
OMG, police officers being "normal" folks. They clearly have no place in the NYPD. :wedgie:

Unless, of course, this had something to do with a counterterrorism operation. Maybe they were trying to win hearts and minds in a muslim neighborhood, you know... in which case they will be getting their jobs back, stat.

Patchman
09-27-2011, 18:02
Sometimes you just can't make this stuff up.

steveksux
09-27-2011, 18:30
Probably should have taken a little something off that pass. Probably nailed the kid in the face with a line drive.... :whistling:

Randy

Ajon412
09-27-2011, 19:44
But that's what the football four were charged with, as they received command disciplines. Two of the four also accepted a penalty of two vacation days. And now Guzman along with fellow officer Mariana Diaz are appealing the ruling and taking the case to the departmental trial room, according to the New York Daily News.

Department Trial Room = Kangaroo Court....Even worse.....I hope they don't lose. If so, they'll lose more time than just the 2 days....:steamed:

Patchman
09-27-2011, 19:46
According to the article, the two cops were females. Catherine and Mariana. The two should be commended instead of disciplined. "Ridiculous" is not a strong enough word to describe their plight.

mj9mm
09-27-2011, 19:56
maybe they should have busted the kids instead!:rofl:

PinkoCommie
09-27-2011, 20:00
"Ridiculous" is not a strong enough word to describe their plight.

I agree. Recockulous is a much more appropriate word for this situation.

:supergrin:

Cav
09-27-2011, 20:01
If they failed to go to a dispatched call, or were on scene for more than say an hour, I can see where some action might be taken.

Otherwise, NYPD/NY City has lost its mind.

M1Garand
09-27-2011, 21:59
LOL....I can only shake my head. NYPD officer doing the bump and grind at a parade is no big deal, tossing a football with a kid gets you in trouble.

Dito. This makes no sense.

Panzergrenadier1979
09-28-2011, 05:58
Another article that I read stated that they (the four officers throwing the ball) were angrily confronted by an NYPD supervisor who chewed them out in the presence of the kid they were playing with and everyone else in the immediate area.

I am assuming that this is the same supervisor who wrote the officers up in the first place.

Leadership 101.....

MeefZah
09-28-2011, 06:14
Maybe if they had been humping the football?