School Police Speeding

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School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Fri Mar 08, 2013 10:09 am

To the officer in car 422 that was driving north on Sr441 today at 10:02, you make us all look bad driving a marked slick top at a speed of 68 mph and climbing in a posted 50 mph zone. Next time you just may end up being pulled over.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Sat Mar 09, 2013 2:19 am

[quote="Anonymous"]To the officer in car 422 that was driving north on Sr441 today at 10:02, you make us all look bad driving a marked slick top at a speed of 68 mph and climbing in a posted 50 mph zone. Next time you just may end up being pulled over.[/quote]

He had to pepper spray a nine (9) year old girl, for not complying with the teachers orders.
Its for all of our safty dam it, so chill out.

When I'm not turning my back on child rape cases and other felonies,
that are commited by school district employees, I also need to assure full compliance,
and enforce state worship, as mandated by the public managers.

We at the SDPD can't just shoot people in a quiet setting, like private property.

Our domains has many witnesses, and I need to cover for the Chief Mis-Information Officer at the School HQ.

We don't need to worry about the FDLE, as my HQ, produce many future inmates, and CO's.
The ASA's and corrupt judges love us, and the PBA will add many new members, as my co-workers will see to it,
that there will enough criminals, to attract more federal funding for more LEO's.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Sat Mar 09, 2013 11:45 am

[quote="Anonymous"]To the officer in car 422 that was driving north on Sr441 today at 10:02, you make us all look bad driving a marked slick top at a speed of 68 mph and climbing in a posted 50 mph zone. Next time you just may end up being pulled over.[/quote]


Why would a SDPD have a slick top?
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Tue Mar 12, 2013 8:34 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]To the officer in car 422 that was driving north on Sr441 today at 10:02, you make us all look bad driving a marked slick top at a speed of 68 mph and climbing in a posted 50 mph zone. Next time you just may end up being pulled over.[/quote]

I had to fabricate false police reports for School Board Member, Jennifer Prior Brown, and her girlfriend.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:17 pm

I had to speed to get to my new girlfriend, I'm invited to the prom this year.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Sat Mar 16, 2013 9:02 pm

Many of their cars are slick tops. Also they have been pulled over before by PBSO for nearly hitting one of their guys who was flagging him over. The School Board guy refused to stop for over a mile and was a Sgt. Both command staffs got into a pissing contest after the Deputy got him stopped again and requested a supv. Shortly after we stopped responding to everything school board related except officer safety backups. You put the math together.....especially since their dept was wayyyyyyy short budget wise at the beginning of the year. PBSO wants school board to shut down.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Sat Mar 16, 2013 11:46 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]Many of their cars are slick tops. Also they have been pulled over before by PBSO for nearly hitting one of their guys who was flagging him over. The School Board guy refused to stop for over a mile and was a Sgt. Both command staffs got into a pissing contest after the Deputy got him stopped again and requested a supv. Shortly after we stopped responding to everything school board related except officer safety backups. You put the math together.....especially since their dept was wayyyyyyy short budget wise at the beginning of the year. PBSO wants school board to shut down.[/quote]

School Board Member Jennifer Prior Brown, uses the that department as her own personal gang members.
She's overloads the detectives with request, to harm the public.

Jennifer Brown is sucking up the resourses of "her " Palm Beach County School Police Dept., by loading a list of felonies to commit, on officers who are tired of the lies, and her emotional drama productions, that lures and intimidates the dept., into fabricating false charges.

She's always bitch slapping into the SDPD into areas they want no part of....

The tax payers monies goes to harming all.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:07 am

[quote="Anonymous"]Many of their cars are slick tops. Also they have been pulled over before by PBSO for nearly hitting one of their guys who was flagging him over. The School Board guy refused to stop for over a mile and was a Sgt. Both command staffs got into a pissing contest after the Deputy got him stopped again and requested a supv. Shortly after we stopped responding to everything school board related except officer safety backups. You put the math together.....especially since their dept was wayyyyyyy short budget wise at the beginning of the year. PBSO wants school board to shut down.[/quote]

The school board members are cover-up artist.
If they don't "own" the PD, they may get arrested.

When will the federal goverment seek R.I.C.O., get heavy convictions of members of admin., and save the children from the abuse.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Sun Mar 17, 2013 3:44 pm

"Lots of communities allow take home cars to park there bc they feel that a marked police car deters crime."

Not to worry, he's by the pool, watching the little boys.

He's got candy in the glove box.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Sun Mar 17, 2013 7:19 pm

That's already been tried and the HOA lost. Law enforcement vehicles are not classified as commercial vehicles. You are welcome to continue your pursuit but here is the A.G. Opinion and statute.

Number: AGO 2005-36
Date: June 16, 2005
Subject: Law enforcement vehicle is not a commercial vehicle


Ms. Susan Starkey
Councilmember, Town of Davie
6591 Orange Drive
Davie, Florida 33314-3399

RE: MOTOR VEHICLES–COMMERCIAL VEHICLES–HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION–LAW ENFORCEMENT–law enforcement vehicle is not a commercial vehicle.

Dear Ms. Starkey:

On behalf of the Town of Davie, you ask substantially the following question:

Is a marked police vehicle assigned to a law enforcement officer a commercial vehicle?

According to information provided to this office, a homeowners' association in your town prohibits the parking of commercial vehicles within the community except when parked in the garage of a home with the garage door fully closed. This office has been advised that the term "commercial vehicle" is defined under the homeowners' association rules to "include but not [be] limited to all automobiles, trucks and other vehicular equipment including station wagons, which bear signs or shall have printed on the sides of same reference to any commercial undertaking or enterprise." A homeowner within the community has been advised by the homeowners' association that the parking of a marked police cruiser in the homeowner's driveway may violate the above prohibition against commercial vehicles. The homeowner is a law enforcement officer with the Miami Beach Police Department and has been assigned a marked police cruiser which he parks in his driveway.

A marked police vehicle does not constitute a vehicle with reference to a commercial undertaking or enterprise. The term "commercial" has been generally defined as meaning "mercantile; occupied with commerce, relating to or dealing with commerce . . . derived by commerce or trade; engaged in trade; having financial profit as the primary aim."[1] The Florida Statutes contain various definitions of commercial vehicles. Section 320.01(26), Florida Statutes, in defining a "commercial motor vehicle" for purposes of licensure, specifically excludes vehicles which are owned or operated by a governmental entity.[2] Section 403.413(2)(f), Florida Statutes, defines a "commercial vehicle" as "a vehicle that is owned or used by a business, corporation, association, partnership, or sole proprietorship or any other entity conducting business for a commercial purpose." A "commercial purpose" is defined to mean "for the purpose of economic gain."[3] In addition, this office has been advised that the Davie Town Council has determined that a police vehicle is not a commercial vehicle.

The provision of law enforcement services is an integral and constituent part of government. It is the performance of a governmental duty owed to the general public at large. This office has previously recognized that the assignment of a police vehicle to an officer to drive during off-duty hours to provide quicker response when called to an emergency would be of a direct benefit to the public.[4] In addition, the presence of a police vehicle in a neighborhood may serve as a deterrent to crime. Clearly, the provision of law enforcement services does not constitute a commercial enterprise.

Accordingly, I am of the opinion that a marked police vehicle assigned to a law enforcement officer does not constitute a commercial vehicle.

Sincerely,

Charlie Crist
Attorney General

CC/tall

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[1] 15A C.J.S. Commercial p. 1 (1967).

[2] And see s. 316.003(66), Fla. Stat., defining "commercial motor vehicle" for purposes of the Uniform Traffic Control Law, as "[a]ny self-propelled or towed vehicle used on the public highways in commerce to transport passengers or cargo, if such vehicle: (a) Has a gross vehicle weight rating of 10,000 pounds or more; (b) Is designed to transport more than 15 passengers, including the driver; or (c) Is used in the transportation of materials found to be hazardous for the purposes of the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act, as amended (49 U.S.C. ss. 1801 et seq.).

[3] Section 403.413(2)(e), Fla. Stat.

[4] Attorney General Opinion 74-384.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Sun Mar 17, 2013 8:34 pm

[quote="Anonymous"]That's already been tried and the HOA lost. Law enforcement vehicles are not classified as commercial vehicles. You are welcome to continue your pursuit but here is the A.G. Opinion and statute.

Number: AGO 2005-36
Date: June 16, 2005
Subject: Law enforcement vehicle is not a commercial vehicle


[1] 15A C.J.S. Commercial p. 1 (1967).

[2] And see s. 316.003(66), Fla. Stat., defining "commercial motor vehicle" for purposes of the Uniform Traffic Control Law, as "[a]ny self-propelled or towed vehicle used on the public highways in commerce to transport passengers or cargo, if such vehicle: (a) Has a gross vehicle weight rating of 10,000 pounds or more; (b) Is designed to transport more than 15 passengers, including the driver; or (c) Is used in the transportation of materials found to be hazardous for the purposes of the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act, as amended (49 U.S.C. ss. 1801 et seq.).

[3] Section 403.413(2)(e), Fla. Stat.

[4] Attorney General Opinion 74-384.

[/quote]

I don't see the candy in the glove box provision.... Or a law that supports child abuse....

Why do school police need take home cars????? They have a lot of school buses, and they are not trained to handle a major incident.

Plus, they have to do what Jennifer Brown tells them, or they'll get bitch slapped by that Lesbo.
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:12 pm

Ah I was under the impression you simply were sharing the photo based upon your current pursuit against discriminatory enforcement. To address your bullets lets just leave it at we will disagree as to your points in order to avoid going further off topic.

The true story isnt the slick tops anyway. You should see all the damn unmarks they own! Do a records request for total vehicles vs unmarked vehicles in service and **** a brick! Every other one of these guys have one. Also isn't it more prudent to have a marked car in front of a school to detur maniacs. It's not like there running around doing surveillance after all!
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Mon Sep 23, 2013 6:51 pm

Wow
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Anonymous

School Police Speeding

Postby Anonymous » Tue Oct 01, 2013 1:16 am

Dicks
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No giblethead

Re: School Police Speeding

Postby No giblethead » Thu Aug 13, 2015 3:56 am

Yeah I witnessed these reckless pricks. Just as bad as any law enforcement once they get a badge they think they can do anything they want. Belligerent law enforcement needs to get caught on camera.
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