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Are they tracking Steimle, Carolyn Nunn, and others. 8 years ago No image... No video...
All the smart ones left......the idiots stayed behind. 8 years ago No image... No video...
It's homocide, not homicide. Now, YOU learn how to spell. 8 years ago No image... No video...
: ) ! 8 years ago No image... No video...
Mom Meatloaf!!!! MOM MOM MOM Geez mom I plan on moving out... 8 years ago No image... No video...
Are you in HOMICIDE????? I did'nt know ...You never have... 8 years ago No image... No video...
You are supposed to ignore it when people say bad things... 8 years ago No image... No video...
Anger Problem?????? looks like you need to get out while... 8 years ago No image... No video...
Jail guards make the best cops 8 years ago No image... No video...
A real man. Signed your name. Thank you for all you do Mr. 8 years ago No image... No video...
Ooooo. Cool, I was about to get real sad. 8 years ago No image... No video...
Sorry, I was talking about Billy Mayes. 8 years ago No image... No video...
The correction officer died? 8 years ago No image... No video...
Well it did. 8 years ago No image... No video...
I don't think even a coke overdose could kill that dude. 8 years ago No image... No video...
Hey that guy is dead, I think he OD on Coke? lol 8 years ago No image... No video...
Police and corrections would not work, but it would be great... 8 years ago No image... No video...
The night the birds won it all I watched a very angry corrections... 8 years ago No image... No video...
Billy Mayes couldn't sell that idea. 8 years ago No image... No video...
Metro should be one agency. One chief. Single entry system. 8 years ago No image... No video...
That's a long 19 years, azz hole. 8 years ago No image... No video...
You have to be kidding me. When was the last time you saw... 8 years ago No image... No video...
People in departments with military style boot camp academies... 8 years ago No image... No video...
I believe this is LMPD.COM , Not LMDC.COM 8 years ago No image... No video...
They have saved my butt a few times on paper work and helping... 8 years ago No image... No video...
When I was testing for state police one of the guys was overweight... 8 years ago No image... No video...
I used the word jail guard because the couple that I know... 8 years ago No image... No video...
I have never had anything but good work relations with corrections... 8 years ago No image... No video...
The guys I know that work in the jail are harder than a coffin... 8 years ago No image... No video...
Corrections officers get zero respect from police. Most cops... 8 years ago No image... No video...
My father work at the metro jail for 28 years he also worked... 8 years ago No image... No video...
I only know one who was an old jail guard and he is one of... 8 years ago No image... No video...
Then u were never a jail guard.... 8 years ago No image... No video...
Nothing. 8 years ago No image... No video...
Homicide is full of old jail guards. What's that tell you? 8 years ago No image... No video...

Louisville police begin tracking problematic officers for prosecutors...

December 9th, 2013 @ 12:45AM (8 years ago)

One dark day in the middle of the night

Two dead boys got up to fight

Back to back they faced each other

Drew their swords and shot each other

Louisville police begin tracking problematic officers for prosecutors...

December 9th, 2013 @ 12:56AM (8 years ago)

Where's the list?

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December 9th, 2013 @ 1:05AM (8 years ago)

26 out of 1,181... Actually that comes in at .022%. Not too bad considering I would bet that more than 50% of the politicians and Metro Government agency heads that run this town lie, cheat, and steal on a daily basis. Funny thing is everyone knows it but they only want to pick on the police. Just a bunch of hypocrites if you ask me. K I S S MY A S S!!

Louisville police begin tracking problematic officers for prosecutors...

December 9th, 2013 @ 1:17AM (8 years ago)

Does being on the list mean you will no longer have to go to court? How can I get on that exclusive list?

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December 9th, 2013 @ 1:22AM (8 years ago)

Where is the sensationalist yellow journalism regarding stories about all of the judges, attorneys, Metro Council members, legislators, mayors, and governors that lie to our faces on a daily basis? You suck Riley, good work, NOT!!! You're a turd in the punchbowl of life you phuk-tard.

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December 9th, 2013 @ 1:34AM (8 years ago)

If you're on this list do you still get hand picked for traffic details?

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December 9th, 2013 @ 1:43AM (8 years ago)

Court is overrated and made important by the law graduates who prance around in that filthy Hall of Justice. They think officers worship at the alter down there. Truth is, everybody knows its a joke and a huge waste of time. I have been on for 7 years and I'm still shocked how little accountability there is for criminals. I wish I could never go to court again...being on a list to not testify may be embarrassing to anybody on it but really who cares, its just court.

Louisville police begin tracking problematic officers for prosecutors...

December 9th, 2013 @ 2:18AM (8 years ago)

WDRB website only shows 23. Are there 26 or only 23? Hope Riley didn't lie or he will be on a list. You still suck Riley!!

Louisville police begin tracking problematic officers for prosecutors...

December 9th, 2013 @ 3:00AM (8 years ago)

its all about who has the money.

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December 9th, 2013 @ 6:35AM (8 years ago)

Everyone that posts regarding this story should add a little extra note to Jason Riley to let him know that he sucks.

You still suck Riley!!!!!!

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December 9th, 2013 @ 6:51AM (8 years ago)

Chief had to throw in the comment that those caught lying and unable to go to court will be terminated. The housecats realized any officer with common sense would purposely lie about something just so they could accomplish their goal of never having to go to court again because it's nothing more than a giant farce in Jefferson County. The prosecuting attorneys are usually golfing with the defense for $50 a hole before 1 PM when the weathers nice. Investigate that Riley; cause you still suck!!!

Louisville police begin tracking problematic officers for prosecutors...

December 9th, 2013 @ 7:00AM (8 years ago)

If I can't lie I won't be able to back-stab and get promoted.

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December 9th, 2013 @ 3:13PM (8 years ago)

I'm not sure how LPD did things but on the old county police, it was a policy that if you lied you could and would be fired. Bob White changed the policy for LMPD. Do you think he did that to hide problem children who he needed to promote or keep on the department?

Louisville police begin tracking problematic officers for prosecutors...

December 9th, 2013 @ 8:27PM (8 years ago)

If LMPD trained officers in Kung Fu, these things would not happen. They all refused to listen to my recommendation to add 2 years to the academy for this training. Put that in the next article. I am available for interviews. Ask for Master Po-Po.

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December 9th, 2013 @ 8:36PM (8 years ago)

I just stick to patrol...same pay and pension...Detectives are more likely to be caught up in a trick bag.

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December 9th, 2013 @ 8:54PM (8 years ago)

I don't know what lawyer signed off on this story and the publication of this list being legally defensible, but a couple of these guys may have grounds to sue the department and WDRB for defamation of character. Putting everyone in one boat and saying they're all untrustworthy on TV is a good way to lose some money.

Always be sure to ask a good PRIVATE attorney about what your chances of getting sued are.

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December 9th, 2013 @ 10:10PM (8 years ago)
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Screw stats! Make me. Oh that's right, you can't.

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December 10th, 2013 @ 3:53AM (8 years ago)

Interesting article. I think Louisville should follow suit with the Seattle officers tactics. Just don't worry about the crime since no one wants to prosecute it anyway. Can't wait for Fourth Street Live and YUM to become a battle ground of crime.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/12/10/seattle-facing-rift-between-police-and-politicians-over-ump-in-crime-open-pot/

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December 10th, 2013 @ 12:49PM (8 years ago)

It's not illegal to have a cracked windshield. Some officers better read the statute.....

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December 10th, 2013 @ 1:15PM (8 years ago)

We no longer have any true news sources, they are all "media outlets" with the sole purpose of entertainment. Once you realize that they are just trying to entertain you, not inform you, you can let go of the fantasy that we have news.

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December 10th, 2013 @ 10:36PM (8 years ago)
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The model police officer for Louisville. No complaints. No disciplinary actions. No use of force. No lawsuits. No talking back. Never complains. Can stay on their traffic detail post for hours without needing to urinate. Doesn't ever want a pay raise.

Liars should be fired

December 11th, 2013 @ 3:59PM (8 years ago)

Wow. I wish this list would have been printed sooner. I wouldn't have voted to re-elect a liar to the FOP board in Priddy.

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December 11th, 2013 @ 4:16PM (8 years ago)

Sergeant Sherry Briggs left narcotics for special ops! How much brass do they need in special ops? 5 Lieutenants and now a Sergeant. All they do is implement a traffic plan for street closures during events. Talk about a waste of taxpayer dollars.

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December 11th, 2013 @ 8:48PM (8 years ago)

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December 13th, 2013 @ 2:48PM (8 years ago)

What were two LTs doing there?

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December 13th, 2013 @ 4:11PM (8 years ago)

The problem comes up when you have qualified Sergeants (with plenty oftime in rank) apply for a job and a jr sergenat who has less then 1 yr in rank gets the job because they were there before as an officer/detective. Look at some of the sergeants in special jobs (Training CIS PSU/PIU) and check when they got the job. A lot of themm were transfered into the job right after getting their stripes even though there were senior sergeants who put in for it.

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December 13th, 2013 @ 8:39PM (8 years ago)

When Conrad said White was his mentor.....he wasn't kidding!

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December 14th, 2013 @ 7:47AM (8 years ago)

chief con-white

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December 16th, 2013 @ 12:16AM (8 years ago)

http://lawenforcementtoday.com/2013/12/15/drt-are-police-agencies-dead-right-there/

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December 17th, 2013 @ 4:30AM (8 years ago)

You get fired and then indicted

Captain Cannabis

December 17th, 2013 @ 9:51PM (8 years ago)

http://www.denverpost.com/marijuana/ci_24690360/denver-pot-committee-considers-whether-city-is-ready

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December 31st, 2013 @ 7:08AM (8 years ago)

Someone should ask the mayor why homicide has the lowest clearance rate in years and that's with the lowest # of homicides in a decade.....more time to work the mere 48 cases they have....its the youngest squad picking up new cases I would venture to say in 50 years...