There were two articles that I found disturbing in a recent copy of The News. On one page an officer got a written reprimand and a loss of one day’s pay for not properly investigating a “shots fired” call, where Lisa Dudley died.
Had he made more effort, he may have been able to save her life. She laid there alive for four days after the officer was there.
On the opposite page of that story, another officer lied about a police vehicle crash, where no one, I repeat no one, was hurt. This officer was dismissed from the force. Obviously, a police cruiser is more important than a life.