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    Anybody eve have a supervisor literally kill your whole career but not fire you? What did you do? what was the outcome?

  • #2
    We have had a few try that around here. Nothing has come out of any situation.

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    • #3
      Yup, I put up with it for a while, then I found a new agency.
      Extremism in the pursuit of liberty is no vice. Barry Goldwater

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      • #4
        I had one, they put me on a diferent shift, and everyone found out what kinda ***** that supervisor was.

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        • #5
          every 4 yrs we have a election and we see who is connected to who,

          usually the people fired are captains and above,

          as one of the sheriff's had a law enacted that our county

          was one of maybe 5 in fla where you don't work at the pleasure

          of the sheriff, if that was his only good thing he did, other wise

          he kinda ruined a kick butt, take name agency....

          now we are the " mouse that roared '

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          " if you talk in your sleep, don't mention my name....
          " if you walk in your sleep, forget where you came....

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          • #6
            I am lucky enough to have some of the best supervisors in the city. So I haven't really had that problem.
            "I am the guy that keeps Mister Dead in his pocket." -'Mad' Max Rockatansky

            "An Englewood Ranger is no stranger to Danger.." -Unk

            Good Night Chesty Where Ever You Are.

            A Good Friend will bail you out of jail, but a true friend will be sitting next to you in the cell saying, "That was Awesome."

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            • #7
              Thanks, I guess I'm REALLY stupid or you guys have a better union than we do. My Lt. consistently enjoys f****** with my transfer req. and shuts them down saying "we can't afford to lose the manpower" so I get stuck

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              • #8
                Yes. Right to work states suck. I refuse to sell my soul to get my membership card.

                Presently reviewing options.
                "there is no hunting like the hunting of man and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never really care for anything else thereafter." Ernest Hemingway

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                • #9
                  If you have a rotten supervisor, life can really suck. I've seen a lot of qualified sup's. but the incompetent one's make it bad for everyone. The worst I ever had was a political hack that had never been a line supervisor, and earned his position through kissing ***. He put the "Dick" in dictator!
                  Extremism in the pursuit of liberty is no vice. Barry Goldwater

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                  • #10
                    When I was back East I worked in a whole dept full of [email protected]@ supervisors, they only got promoted because they were a number on a civil service test and they knew someone. ...I know what you are feeling hemicop, but denying a transfer...If you are with Phx PD, I would get with your PLEA rep, if you are a member...I had some real fun with some of those supervisors back East, I remember one getting gay porn to his house for a year and another one having an undertaker come to his house to claim his body at 2am , Cant do those things out here on the left coast though...But just keep in mind there is more than one way to skin a cat or supervisor....

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by AzInv
                      When I was back East I worked in a whole dept full of [email protected]@ supervisors, they only got promoted because they were a number on a civil service test and they knew someone. ...I know what you are feeling hemicop, but denying a transfer...If you are with Phx PD, I would get with your PLEA rep, if you are a member...I had some real fun with some of those supervisors back East, I remember one getting gay porn to his house for a year and another one having an undertaker come to his house to claim his body at 2am , Cant do those things out here on the left coast though...But just keep in mind there is more than one way to skin a cat or supervisor....
                      Thanks. The PLEA reps know whats going on & when they brought it to the Chief's attention he just said "Well, you know Lt.XXXXXX has been there awhile & he's in DROP anyway & Off.XXXXXX just complains anyway ,so we're not tranferring the Lt." In short,PLEA was no help either. That's okay,though. I'llretire now before the Lt. anyway. I could go on & on but no one wants to hear a rambling old cop anyway. It's good to vent & see I'm not the only one getting boned by my employer.

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                      • #12
                        Sorry to hear that Hemicop...Being a right to work state sucks, I really miss the power the PBA had back East,,,,Dont know what precinct you work in, but can you request a transfer to a different shift in the same precinct. maybe that would help alleviate things a little...Alot of Lt's are jerkoffs..my Dad is an Lt and I really dont get along all that well with him either lol..it seems alot of people who get bars on their shoulders turn into [email protected]@es real quick..Does he have a personal problem with you or the guys on your squad in general? If he is just a ***** to everyone in general you and the guys on your squad can get together...Wow and some say you have protection against stuff like this in a bigger dept....I guess there are ****** everywhere....I was thinking about lateraling to Phx in the next year or so but you are not the only one I have talked with about nightmare supervisors and being micromanaged that goes on in Phx.....I can give you a free copy of AZINv's book on how to drive a supervisor totally up the wall...Supervisors use to love it when he ****ed off the squad and the whole squad would goto the mayors side of the precinct and just cite every mover and parker that was up there..

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                        • #13
                          The ex-chief tried, but he was a moron and complete jask ***. He ended up making an *** of himself at the hearing.

                          The incident occured over me taking the police bicycle home with me, which I was allowed to do by the previous chief in order to take care of it. This new jack *** chief comes in and tries to ruin my career by charging me with using police property for my personal use. The problem was that he never told me that I was not allowed to take the bicycle home with me. I was exonerated without any problem and made about $500 in OT.

                          Now that I'm a supervisor and the IA guy, my officers need to REALLY screw up for me to formally take an action against them. The minor BS is handled without it getting into their jackets. The guys know this and they respect it so much that the minor BS is extremely rare. Nobody here comes to work worrying about whether or not they are going to get in trouble today.

                          Sammy
                          Last edited by SammyCal1; 09-07-2005, 09:55 PM.
                          If I could keep one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain. If I could ease one life the aching or cool one pain; or lift a fainting robin unto it's nest again, I shall not live in vain. Emily Dickinson
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                          • #14
                            At my other place, I was in the Capatain's office at least 1 time during every set of day tours, which was every 2 weeks. The 'problems' ranged from a few mispelled words, to my badge not being shined enough, to my 'cavalier attitude.' And don't get me wrong, I tried so hard not to make mistakes, that it just made the mistakes happen that much more easily.

                            I was a wreck. My guts were turning over every single time I had to go to work because I feared getting into trouble AGAIN for some stupid **** that I'd done. It's been 7 years since I've worked there, and I STILL get a queasy stomach every time I drive through that town.

                            I'm glad I got out of there. Now I'm able to take things for what they're worth. If I get in trouble for some horse**** reason, which happens every now and then, I just let it go. It's not worth my time or aggravation to even care anymore. As long as you don't do anything utterly stupid or dangerous, there isn't much to worry about.

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                            • #15
                              Cleetus sounds like me and you worked for the same PD back East

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