Skip to comments.When women wear the badge (Ithaca barf alert)
Posted on 03/25/2002 5:07:42 AM PST by Behind Liberal LinesEdited on 05/07/2004 8:00:47 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Not everybody is thrilled that Lauren Signer is the new acting chief of the Ithaca Police Department. Ithaca Police Benevolent Association President Sgt. Doug Wright questioned Signer's lack of experience with the IPD -- three years -- calling her a "frustrating unknown."
(Excerpt) Read more at theithacajournal.com ...
Excuse me, but when did the main concern of law enforcement become "good business," rather than "to protect and serve?"
Ithaca is the City of Evil.
Maybe it's just not easy being a "talker" in a field that requires "doers."
According to my wife (who works there), Cornell is undergoing a wave of burglaries and even a mugging or two.
The local press hasn't picked up on it, however (or chooses not to, so as to keep Ithaca's "image" intact).
The Times reported a drop in applications to NYC schools after 9/11.
If high school families start to hear that rural, isolated, frigid Cornell is not safe, applications will drop like my grades in Chem 207!
If it's not bolted down, its mine, If it's not bolted down well, its mine, If it is bolted down well, give me time. -- CU Student Motto
At least you didn't say that applications will drop like students with bad grades in Chem 207.
(I still have the slug of left-over thermite reaction product I bought at Wolczanski's last day of class auction of the stuff he made in class. For me, anyway, that class should have been captioned, You are not as smart as you thought you were.)
Agggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg. And ugly too.
Oh, I see. "women, as well as people of color" have been desirous but oh,so hesitant to join the police force simply b/c a male (and doubtlessly a white male) was in charge.
I present the Academy Awards as resent evidence.
It had something to do with allegations that she was having an affair with a superior officer.
In a Jan. 9 decision, the U.S. Circuit Court for the Second District court ruled that her suit should not go to trial because her allegations against her former employer were unfounded.
The acting chief is appealing the decision, claiming that the court was confused.
Yep, I can see why Ithaca (the City of Evil) wanted to snatch this little prize up
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