Here’s a website where citizens can leave feedback and provide ratings for the police officers in their community. As you might have guessed, this site has generated some controversy, but it’s still up, and I definitely think it can be a good instrument for improving relations between communities and their police officers. I’ve gone through the listings for SPD and see a mix of both positive and negative feedback. If only I knew the name of the officer who broke up an obnoxiously loud UW graduation party on my street at 4am last June I could give him a 5 star rating.
Ooops, it’s gone. Here’s the story:
Slashdot | GoDaddy Silences RateMyCop.com
Nope, it’s back up with different hosts and registry. Read the second link for the whole story.
Off topic: Can we rate our radio talk show hosts instead our police?
I give Dory Monson the complete idiot award today, for his crusade against Obama without any facts.
Has there ever been a bigger moron than Dory? According to Dory, Obama is no good because his minister says things that Obama doesn’t agree with – but Obama must agree with them, because he is Obama’s minister…that is what passes for Dory logic….the poor fool couldn’t think himself out of a paper bag.
I’m getting a page not found error.
Roger Rabbit spews:
Speaking of cops …
” … Secret Service agents are accusing each other of falsifying documents and testimonies in a criminal probe involving” a dissenter.
And the agent who made the arrest has been reassigned to Guam.
Speaking of police (un)accountability:
If you interact with a cop for ANY reason, under ANY circumstance, your life is in danger. They’re worse than the crooks in my opinion.
The Real Mark spews:
I guess one shouldn’t expect much better from the gang that spit on Vietnam vets years agoe and verbally assaults Gulf / Iraq vets in July 4th parades nowadays (I’ve seen it personally).
There are cops in my family — including ones who have had to put up with the crap from protest and concert crowds. Their goal is NOT to bust heads. Their goal IS to enforce the law and maximize safety. If you’re throwing things or vandalizing property at a protest, you’ll get arrested. If you drunkenly wander into traffic after a concert, you’ll get arrested. If you start shoving a police officer and/or you reach for their weapon, you will find yourself on the ground very quickly. And that is NOT police brutality.
Sounds like you were one of the thousands that have been busted for “holding” something for some other guy. Not yours right? Let me guess, that guy was named John, you don’t know his last-name, and he lives in a double-wide somewhere right?
Mark1 the ONLY time I have ever been in a double-wide was to fuck your ugly wife in the ass while your sister stood by begging me to do her too. By the way – for a double wide, you have a pretty nice place.
@10 Helo GOP:
That’s all you have? A gutter-mouthed street-rat comeback? Now go back to your side of the tracks like a good boy, you have proven my point.
@10: I hope you had the Weather Channel on. Wouldn’t want the trailer to suddenly get swept up in a tornado! Oh, and wear a condom, also for personal safety, eh?