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Dinosaur32
Dinosaur32
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 07:55 PM
Joined: 08-20-2005
Location: Suffolk County, New York
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to Tbta 5606
    The merger can happen. Proper legislation can be addressed in the legislature. Additional, as needed, training can be provided to BTOs....
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to Defendant in Civil Rights Case
    The plaintiff must at least allege that the NY officer took some official police action for his agency to be involved. If all she is alleging is the he called the local PD, then her claim is against that agency.
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to Nypd hiring concerns
    Ten points on your DL may not be an auto suspension, but the extra DMV charge beyond the fine will be through the roof. Prescribed marijuana probably not as bad, in NY, as his driving record.
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to Defendant in Civil Rights Case
    Does not put any liability on the officer or the agency. A directive not to take action when off duty, if obeyed, is not a reason to sue either the officer or his agency. Especially by the defendant.
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to Defendant in Civil Rights Case
    In NYS, most agencies self-insure or have a policy that covers the agency and its employees. Here the poster took no official police action and his agency was not involved. No reason for the agency to be involved.
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to Defendant in Civil Rights Case
    NYS usually does not intercede on the part of LEOs when they are involved in personal actions and took no police action. Here the poster states he did nothing but call the local PD. The plaintiff’s main complaint must be against the responding agency. She must prove that they acted only because our...
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to NYS Court Officers post 9/11
    NYS Court Officers responded from the morning of 9/11 and thereafter. Three Court Officers were killed and dozens of others were involved in clearing the towers. After 9/11, Court Officers were stationed at the morgue, provided security at operations centers and controlled traffic in the area around...
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  • CCCSD.......I must disagree. I am not dead wrong. Long before such an order would be issued, opponents would get the opportunity to contest it. This is the point that posters here are missing. Unlike Nazi Germany, we still have our courts and the option of challenging laws and orders we do not like....
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