Curious, "no violations of the law", "appropriate action was taken". Yet, a "female lieutenant... has admitted in court to cutting tires, shooting her duty weapon (at another officer) and she allegedly stabbed her husband" Whats the appropriate action here?
Submitted by watta joke (not verified) on Tue, 01/22/2013 - 10:27am.
You are right about that, there are some rotten apples in the upper ranks at WPD. There is a female lieutenant there that has admitted in court to cutting tires, shooting her duty weapon (at another officer) and she allegedly stabbed her husband. She claimed he startled her.
She recently circumvented protocol when an applicant is found to be untruthful and was to be disqualified from the hiring process. Recently an applicant was found to have lied on his application about previous places of employment and it was discovered in the panel interview. All interviewers recommended the applicant NOT to be hired. But since the applicant is friends with the lieutenant she arraigned for a second interview to be conducted. The officers conducting the second interview were not aware that the applicant had already done a panel interview and had been recommended not to hire. When the officers that were on the first panel found out, they all wrote letters to Chief Evangelous expressing the dirty deed she did. Did anything happen to her? Nope.
She recently told an officer he was too old to go to a school he requested.
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