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3Speedyfish3
12-12-2011, 07:56
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57341197/nypd-officer-shot-in-face-dies-on-duty/?tag=stack


RIP, brother

purrrfect 10
12-12-2011, 07:59
God Bless RIP

G27Chief
12-12-2011, 08:04
:fallenofficer: Prayers

Hoser423
12-12-2011, 08:10
R.I.P. :fallenofficer:

IGotIt
12-12-2011, 08:30
Rest in Peace officer, you've earned it.

seanmac45
12-12-2011, 08:49
He served 22 years.


Damn.

HoldHard
12-12-2011, 08:52
Prayers to his family, friends and fellow officers.

HH

denn1911
12-12-2011, 10:17
:fallenofficer:

Prayers sent.

Agent6-3/8
12-12-2011, 10:38
Damn...I was hoping we could finish out the year without another LODD. Prayers all around. :fallenofficer:

RussP
12-12-2011, 11:11
http://glocktalk.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=221117&stc=1&d=1323711717
Prayers...

Ajon412
12-12-2011, 11:27
Rest in Peace, Brother......:fallenofficer:

RyanNREMTP
12-12-2011, 14:03
:fallenofficer:

Patchman
12-12-2011, 18:16
RIP brother. Condolences to your family.

captcurly
12-12-2011, 19:18
RIP my brother :fallenofficer: thoughts and prayers to family,friends and NYPD.

4949shooter
12-12-2011, 21:29
:fallenofficer:

MeefZah
12-12-2011, 21:51
RIP, brother.

I question this statement:

He been on the force 22 years, with more than 200 arrests and had 12 medals awarded, including 8 for exceptional police duty.

Surely 200 arrests in 22 years is a typo?

razdog76
12-12-2011, 22:14
:fallenofficer:

Morris
12-12-2011, 23:10
Lord and lady, I hope they hunt down the other suspect and bring him to justice.

Kadetklapp
12-13-2011, 09:52
Turns out that some piece of **** judge let this worthless sack of **** back out on the street despite her being told he had outstanding warrants in NC for assault with a handgun.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/nypd-hero-cop-killed-by-recently-released-violent-felon-with-a-warrant/

Morris
12-13-2011, 11:16
Another judicial action getting a brother cop killed. Damn shame we can sue judges for their overtly flawed decision making.

scottydl
12-13-2011, 11:56
http://www.odmp.org/officer/21042-police-officer-peter-figoski

:fallenofficer:

Kadetklapp
12-13-2011, 12:09
The judge should have had to go notify the family...

CJStudent
12-13-2011, 12:23
Damn....

:fallenofficer:

Horror
12-13-2011, 14:21
:fallenofficer:

Cochese
12-13-2011, 15:09
RIP, brother.

I question this statement:



Surely 200 arrests in 22 years is a typo?

NYPD MOS make "collars" at a much slower rate than cops in other locales. Foot beats, etc. Sometimes it takes quite a while for your first arrest.

I'm sure one of our members here can go into more detail.

I have well over 200 arrests in 7 years. Just different, that's all.

Kadetklapp
12-13-2011, 15:11
NYPD MOS make "collars" at a much slower rate than cops in other locales. Foot beats, etc. Sometimes it takes quite a while for your first arrest.

I'm sure one of our members here can go into more detail.

I have well over 200 arrests in 7 years. Just different, that's all.

I wondered that too....

You would think 200 a year would be more accurate, but in NYC, I understand a collar may get handed off down a chain and maybe it gets attributed to someone elses jacket?

Cochese
12-13-2011, 15:14
Not sure exactly. Collars are a big deal there so I don't see them handing them off. I dunno.

I give away arrests all the time here. Meaning, like last night, I have another felony DV with weapons. D-bag is arrested, but since I am handling the vic interview, etc.. someone else transports and put his name on the filing card. He gets the stat. I don't care though as long as we make it home okay.

RIP good sir.

:patriot:

Dragoon44
12-13-2011, 16:16
:fallenofficer:

Patchman
12-13-2011, 16:20
Guys who work the midnights at the NYPD are generally divided into two groups. The first are those who (for their own reason) have chosen to stay in that precint for their entire career and have elected to work midnights for personal reasons (babysitting, second job etc...). They become the go-to guys because they have the experience and the corporate memory of the neighborhoods.

The second group are the young cops who want to move on to detectives, narcotics, etc... So they work midnights to learn, get experience and get "noticed" by making arrests, arrests and more arrests. The first group is more than happy to teach the second and let them get the arrest statistics.

Panzergrenadier1979
12-13-2011, 16:49
:fallenofficer:

Rest easy, Brother.

Ajon412
12-13-2011, 17:16
Guys who work the midnights at the NYPD are generally divided into two groups. The first are those who (for their own reason) have chosen to stay in that precint for their entire career and have elected to work midnights for personal reasons (babysitting, second job etc...). They become the go-to guys because they have the experience and the corporate memory of the neighborhoods.

The second group are the young cops who want to move on to detectives, narcotics, etc... So they work midnights to learn, get experience and get "noticed" by making arrests, arrests and more arrests. The first group is more than happy to teach the second and let them get the arrest statistics.

You also have to realize that the arrest "process" can take anywhere from several hours, to several days, depending on the severity of the crime. Some guys are "collar" guys (heavy Overtime) and some aren't.... it's really that simple.

lawman_77008
12-13-2011, 17:35
:fallenofficer:

fla2760
12-14-2011, 02:39
Thank you police officer Peter Figoski for your dedicated service to the people of New York City,Pete you are cop's cop, working your whole career in the 75 a true "A" house and making the ultimate sacrifice for those you were sworn to protect and serve. You are now at rest brother. You are sorely missed. Godspeed. Thanks to the SUNY PD, NYSP and all others involved in getting Pete's daughters to his bedside so they were with him as he slipped into eternity.

ronduke
12-14-2011, 04:46
5 Suspects Arraigned in Connection With Slaying of Officer in Robbery Attempt.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203430404577096674289922982.html?mod=WSJ_WSJ_US_News_5

Ship A'Hoy
12-14-2011, 05:15
:fallenofficer:

Patchman
12-14-2011, 08:00
A nice writeup. Really sad.

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/john-giangrasso-trained-officer-peter-figoski-hero-loved-job-family-article-1.991237

Deployment Solu
12-14-2011, 08:17
RIP Brother

Ajon412
12-14-2011, 10:10
A nice writeup. Really sad.

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/john-giangrasso-trained-officer-peter-figoski-hero-loved-job-family-article-1.991237

You're correct. One of the best I've seen, so far.....

May these POS perps rot in hell......:steamed:

ronduke
12-16-2011, 12:39
Slain cop's daughters rushed to hospital via chopper, plane, highway patrol


Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/brooklyn/slain_officer_daughters_rushed_patrol_r1tW8s5w3WRZTFS1p2naTJ#ixzz1giyAnz5o

Cochese
12-16-2011, 12:49
I like the way the post writes as well. No sugar coating. I notice the judge who let him out with no bail has FTA'd at work.

Donald Trump is a stand-up guy. Sent his daughters a $10,000 donation for their college fund.

Class act.

I hope Lamont falls on a dirty shiv in the house of D.

ronduke
12-16-2011, 13:23
Partner of fallen officer worries about who will take care of hero cops' daughters.
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/brooklyn/devastated_partner_sprang_into_action_8G0Mo9stNbcDGiHDeXwODI?utm_campaign=OutbrainA&utm_source=OutbrainArticlepages&obref=obinsource