Sunday, August 27, 2017

Evergreen Park Police accuses Sheriff officer of using racial slurs during DUI arrest.  

Sheriff moves to fire officer who allegedly used racial slurs while being charged with DUI by Evergreen Park Police. Not justifying the 24yr veteran of the Sheriff's office actions, but EP Police are generally speaking a bunch of clowns who think they are the real police.

Look no further than the former Lieutenant from EP who now is a director at OPR. Probably the biggest head hunter in OPR unless he's covering up for the clouted as he did for the Superintendent at Markham over the rape incident. But that's a story for another day!

D/S Roy Brown allegedly said to the EP officer (FUCK YOU WHITEY) during his arrest. However, the audio/video tape of the arrest does not confirm this. The EP officer also testified that D/S Brown kicked his door open but the video evidence showed he opened the door with his hand. The Sheriff Merit Board gave D/S Brown a 120 suspension despite the Sheriff seeking his termination.

Read entire ruling..
http://www.cookcountysheriff.org/pdf/meritBoard/Decisions/072717_MB1913_RoyBrown_081517.pdf

24 comments:

  1. I see the Sheriff Merit Board is reluctant to fire anyone after Dart started making all the rulings public. Looks like Vince and the good ol' boys were getting backlash in Mt. Greenwood from all the good cops they fucked over the years. Thanks Dart for making this all public. You wanted transparency and you got it.

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  2. https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2017/08/27/racist_scare_the_new_mccarthyism_134848.html

    push back against this insanity was way overdue. civil rights are being violated all across the board. i read that you cleaned house in the civil rights division mr. sessions. what are you waiting for?

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  3. Two Pensions for Future Police Prohibited
    Posted on 08/26/2017 by Cal SkinnerAugust 24, 2017
    Here’s a pension bill (House Bill 418) that Governor Bruce Rauner just signed.
    Amends the Downstate Police Article of the Illinois Pension Code.
    Provides that if a person who is receiving a police pension becomes employed as a chief of police, the person must so notify the pension fund paying the pension and any other fund in which the person has service credit, and the pension shall be suspended until the employment as chief terminates; if the person elects to participate in IMRF, the person must also notify IMRF of those police pension funds.
    Provides that if a person who is receiving a police pension enters service as a police officer with a different municipality, the person must so notify the pension fund paying the pension and the pension shall be suspended until the service terminates, unless the different municipality had a population of less than 6,000 at the time of the return to active service.
    Applies to persons who first enter service after the effective date of the amendatory Act.
    State Rep. David McSweeney is one of the prime co-sponsors.
    Here is Governor Bruce Rauner’s press release:
    Gov. Rauner signs bill to protect taxpayers from police pension fund abuse
    NAPERVILLE (Aug. 24, 2017) – Gov. Bruce Rauner today signed House Bill 418, which prevents retired police officers from opting into the pension system a second time if they return to the force as a police chief or join another municipality’s force.
    This bill will protect taxpayers from situations in which police officers are collecting two pensions from the same pension fund — a problem known as “double dipping.” Police officers that are promoted to police chief or join a different force will enroll in 401(k)-style retirement plans instead of opting into the pension fund again.
    “Illinois taxpayers can’t afford to pay the same person twice,”Gov. Rauner said. “This bill is an important step to help control Illinois’ unsustainable pension costs. It will protect taxpayers from pension fund abuse while still ensuring our police officers are fairly compensated for their service.”
    The bill was sponsored by two Naperville Republicans after controversy over whether a Naperville police chief should be able to accrue new pension payments while simultaneously earning a salary of over $168,000 and collecting payments from his first pension.
    “There is a loophole in current law that allows double-dipping into the police pension systems, and it’s costing municipalities and local taxpayers a fortune. Retired law enforcement officers have earned their pensions, but they should not be able to claim multiple pensions that we can’t afford,” said Rep. Grant Wehrli (R-Naperville), the primary sponsor of this legislation. “Closing this loophole is one step toward keeping our struggling pension systems solvent.”
    “Illinois’ pension systems are in dire need of repair as our pension liabilities at both the state and local levels continue to rack up,” said Sen. Connelly (R-Naperville). “While I recognize that many changes need to occur within the current system, this law at least gets us going in the right direction.”
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    1. Rauner is an idiot signing the bill to make Illinois a sanctuary state lost my vote ans support Ill stay home.

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  4. In all my dealings with suburban agencies I have found the Evergreen Park cops to be the most ignorant pricks you would ever want to deal with. I'm sure not all of them but most of them are the biggest assholrs I've ever had to deal with. Worse than the pricks in Oak Lawn.

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  5. How about not getting pulled over? Is that too much work?
    Yeah, following the law is too much to ask.

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    1. and what about traffic pimping???

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  6. Oak Lawn and Evergreen Park....2 biggest groups of assholes in the state. Wanna be hard asses, traffic nazis,buddy fuckers and just straight up pussys when it comes to duke. But god forbid you're going 5 miles over down 95th.
    CPD 022

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    1. Wow, tell us how u really feel!! 022 cpd got his feelings hurt. I bet u tried for Oak Lawn first and your clout couldn't help.

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    2. Toy Cop mumbling

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    3. Oh boy, we have 022 guy chiming in. Guaranteed BS right there. You're a brown clown turn key. I love the "Duke" comment. I picture you as a dbag roided up jail guard, pissed off everyday that you'll never actually make an arrest. Now go get an inventory sheet and get ready to write, I have some arrestees for you, handjob.
      Thank you for your service.

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    4. Haa! Negative son, Ive been in 022 probably longer than you've been a burb traffic nazi. I'd take a brown clown or a jail guard anyway over a suburban stroke like yourself. Make "arrests"? You mean pimping working stiffs and jamming other coppers? Cuz that's all EP and OL do. Look for 2211R if you care to have some words one night.

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    5. Use of the word "son" is evidence of a penis. Let's be honest. You've been in the war zone known as 022 for years according to you. Meaning, you have some seniority, right? So turn key, riddle me this. Why so angry? You don't answer calls, certainly not as 2211. Seriously, educate us on the battle you face daily working in a neighborhood full of city workers. Wait, never mind. No one cares. I know this is making your fat ass angry. Hey "son", do your 8 hours and go home. Turnkey.

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  7. I assume your referring to Siroki from OPR. True cop hating POS and a disgrace to the badge.

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  8. going to Palermo's to eat. OL traffic nazi had a young kid pulled over for drinking a pop out of a brown paper bag! crowd out front waiting to get in started to cat call the asshole to let the kid go. the brave backups were eye fucking us with hands on weapons like we were some kind of threat. hey, i am always on the side of law enforcement but that display of a PUNK attitude showed me what pussies OLPD is.

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    1. Go on with your bad self brother. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  9. All those people should have minded their own business. They didn't stop the "kid" to question him, the cop did. Cops don't announce the reasons for stopping a subject with people standing around in the immediate area. That would embarrass the subject and violate their privacy. If you see a cop questioning or detaining someone and you automatically think the cop is violating that person's civil rights, then you need to stop drinking the liberal kool-aid.

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    1. Correctional officers don't know any better. No worries.

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  10. EPPD. The only time in my entire life where I received a traffic citation for speeding. Way before I got into LE.

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  11. http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/daily-southtown/news/ct-sta-evergreen-police-officer-st-0830-20170829-story.html


    Speaking of assholes lol

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  12. Nothing new? It's been days. This can't be the old true news blog?!?! This sheriff is such a piece of shit that I'd think you'd have volumes. Big fan but but disappointed. I'll try to send more volume your way !

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  13. Evergreen Park will be Everblack soon move now!

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  14. Postings will be updated soon. Recovering from surgery. Sorry for the delay.

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