The non conformer's Canadian Weblog

March 31, 2011

Cop suspended with pay

 

Time to change the rules  Toronto Sun – ‎Mar 29, 2011‎“We pointed out that each year, across the province, some 50 officers are suspended with pay, which costs the public around $5 million,” he said. “It cost the Big 12 police boards $17 million in the last 5 years in salaries for suspended police …

Halifax’s deputy police chief suspended with pay TheChronicleHerald.ca – Deputy Chief Chris McNeil, the brother of Liberal leader Stephen McNeil, has been suspended with pay in relation to allegations of perjury under the Nova Scotia Police Act, sources told The Chronicle Herald on Thursday. A second officer has also been …

  
Deputy Chief Chris McNeil has been suspended with pay from Halifax Regional Police while investigators look into allegations he might have lied under oath.
 
My own real experiences is that most cops lie when confronted with their own wrong doings..
  
So now another cop is even suspended with pay which by itself  is bad enough but when their court costs are also being paid by the taxpayers that is now going to far as well..
 
In the real world in the private sector if you were going to court facing a criminal charge you were unpaid for the days you not only were unpaid for the days you take off from work, and none of your legal fees would be paid by your company, but likley you would be immediately fired without a everance pay as well.. for mostly no one wants a bad reputation person  around the office as it is bad for business, morale, productivity…
  
And don’t try to give us all  the crap that any  bad police officers can be next still retrained, reformed .. the police themselves tend not to believe that any of the bad guys can be reformed
 
 
and we need real, decent,  moral cops and not pretentious ones… https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2011/03/23/great-news-for-canadas-many-criminals-rarely-arrested-and-convicted-too/
 
 

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