Again, I ask, where is the public input about this . . . and I’d love to see these “resources” of which they speak, the “code of conduct” and the pamphlet. And I can’t help but ask, why does anyone have to follow a “code of conduct”, the Chief doesn’t. If he doesn’t have consequences, why should anyone else?
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They’ll be talking about it today at 3pm – you’re all going right? I won’t, I’ll be in a meeting for work . . . but have no fear, they have a fancy plan to get input. Head’s up – it includes ONE public meeting for input for input. ONE.
Miss me last week? Work took over with a vengeance!!! This week won’t be much better – going to DC for two days this week (for work) and end of next week to New Orleans (for fun). So, my blogging might be a little spotty. 27 meetings that we know of, 2 cancelled.
This time, its 7 pages . . . but still he doesn’t look into the Couper case? And, there is a startling conclusion . . . he agrees with himself . . . go figure.
The “doing” is more talking than anything, but I’ll let the State Reps explain!
I’m sure the police had this on their agenda for quite some time, but the public was just notified yesterday of the meeting tomorrow. FAIL! A new report with new recommendations (that I don’t think the committee has seen) is out.