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New Albany Officer makes claims about illegal conduct within...

May 24th, 2014 @ 9:51PM (8 years ago)
Posted by: slick

FIRST!!!! ;o)

New Albany Officer makes claims about illegal conduct within...

May 25th, 2014 @ 4:00AM (8 years ago)

Like sands thru an hour glass. So are...

....the Days of Our Lives.

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May 25th, 2014 @ 7:55AM (8 years ago)
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I've been on 19 years and never been promoted.....******** PAY ME!

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May 25th, 2014 @ 12:46PM (8 years ago)

Is that the chick that was banging Pitino?

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May 25th, 2014 @ 2:54PM (8 years ago)

"My life was affected," Schook said, adding: "I worked my way through all of that alone. I was never offered any assistance from my department."

Except; a steady job with security through a time of a crumbling economy, a steady paycheck and source of income, vacation time, healthcare benefits including access to mental/emotional health and crisis counseling, retirement benefits, a take home car with fuel provided by the tax paying citizens of New Albany and the list goes on...

New Albany Officer makes claims about illegal conduct within...

May 25th, 2014 @ 7:04PM (8 years ago)

Did Allan Wolfe take over teaching taser? UFFFFFFF! Mister I wear my class A hat everywhere I go. Another person who hasn't put their time in on the street yet.

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May 26th, 2014 @ 4:33AM (8 years ago)

Go grind your Indiaxes on NAPD.COM. Godaddy will get you a website cheap. You seem a bit obsessive about her.

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May 26th, 2014 @ 9:36AM (8 years ago)

Is it just me or is that chick in the pic hot as balls?

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May 28th, 2014 @ 12:56AM (8 years ago)

Damn she's hot being in her mid 40's

She be an Officer for 20 years and not got any gold it shows that shes not a "gold sucker" like others female officer

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May 28th, 2014 @ 9:24AM (8 years ago)

I would hit it.

Buckner moving on.

May 28th, 2014 @ 3:22PM (8 years ago)

Arkansas Times -- Kenton Buckner, assistant chief of the Louisville, Ky., Police Department, will be the next Little Rock police chief, I learned today from the same source who reported over the weekend that City Manager Bruce Moore would announce his choice today. The announcement should come shortly. The decision is that of the city manager, but it is safe to assume that city hierarchy has been informed of the coming announcement.

Buckner was chosen over an in-house candidate, Assistant Little Rock Police Chief Eric Higgins, and John Ray, executive chief deputy of the Tarrant County sheriff's office. All had made visits to Little Rock. Higgins enjoyed support, based on published accounts, from many in the Little Rock rank and file.

Buckner will succeed Stuart Thomas, a Little Rock native who's retiring June 27. His generally successful run followed a tumultuous tenure of Lawrence Johnson. Last year, Buckner was candidate for the top police job in Newport News, Va.

Buckner, 45, joined the Louisville force in 1993 and became assistant chief in 2011. During his visit with the community in Little Rock, he talked of seeking out partners in the church, community, social service agencies and school to address crime roots. He touted work he'd done in Louisville in community policing. City Director Ken Richardson, who represents a neighborhood with a high crime rate and home to a rising police substation on 12th Street that could be a game-changer for the neighborhood, spoke highly after the visit of Buckner's remarks on targeting at-risk kids and getting offenders back into productive roles.

Buckner, who is black, also addressed the unhappiness in some parts of the black community about police tactics. He said he was a leader who'd admit mistakes and work on the healing process. "You hold me accountable," he was quoted in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

Buckner has a bachelor's degree in police administration and a master's in safety, security and emergency management from Eastern Kentucky University. He is also a graduate of the Southern Police Institute's Administrative Officer's Course and the NOBLE Chief Executive Officer Mentoring Program from Cedarville College, according to the Louisville police website.

Buckner was paid $115,226 last year in Louisville. The Little Rock job is authorized to pay up to $140,199.

New Albany Officer makes claims about illegal conduct within...

May 28th, 2014 @ 10:41PM (8 years ago)

Good riddance!

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June 5th, 2014 @ 8:46PM (8 years ago)

Shout out to ALL of the dedicated officers on LMPD. You are truly appreciated. And a special shout out to that fine a** officer that was working that wreck on the Watterson/Poplar Level today around 1730. I'm not one for rubber necking, especially in those instances, but that man was breaking necks today. Stay safe....please!