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DO NOT WAIT Until This Happens Here - Do Not Be Mad Because I Have Backbone

Rickey Stokes

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Posted by: RStokes
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Date: Jun 04 2019 10:45 PM


Ladies and Gentleman:


The people named are going to be critical of the messenger and never listen to the message. They are and will be mad with me and critical of me. Some will call me a bully.


But do we fix before something happens or after?


But ask them some simple questions:


1. Can each agency talk to each agency that would respond and that would be involved in a major incident? Right now...today...


2. Who is the only one that can communicate with each agency that would be involved? TODAY.


3. Can Sgt. Deputy / County Commissioner Ricky Herring, County Commissioner Brandon Shoupe or Sheriff Donald Valenza tell you, today, the resources available for emergency response in the event of a major incident, if it occurred today?


4. Is there a communications failure right now?


5. Have you been presented with a solution, right now, that will work?


6. Do you have someone that can handle IMMEDIATE COORDINATION with all entities should a major incident occur, right now?


7. When a major incident occurs, does other incidents stop? If they do not and all resources are on the major incident, where do you begin to pull additional resources from, immediately?


Now, I am not taking away from the tactical ability of Sgt. Deputy / Commissioner Ricky Herring or Houston County Sheriff Donald Valenza. But they have no clue on some of the questions asked.


And County Commissioner Brandon Shoupe would not know where to even begin.


ALEA thinks they are so great that they leave a body laying in the ditch for hours waiting on Troopers to travel 136 miles to  investigate a wreck when 5 Troopers live within 5 miles of the scene. They can not even make a profit on a piece of plastic that they are on the only vendor for, a $ 35 driver license.


S T O P


Read the damned message and pay attention before you are Sheriff Isreal. 


Sorry, I am the only one with the backbone to say it and you know that I am telling the truth


EGOS have to go 



Alan Bennefield - I guess we have enough law enforcement on the streets, you think?



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BROWARD COUNTY FLORIDA SCHOOL SHOOTING


Israel’s leadership. Though he enjoyed strong popularity in Broward before the shooting, Israel’s star fell in the aftermath


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 "there is ample justification in that report for Israel’s removal, including radio failures that indicate a lack of attention to resources, a failure to establish a command post and take control of the shooting response, a lack of coordination with other responding agencies, lack of training and failures by deputies who encountered the shooter before Feb. 14."



Above Statement Dedicated To The Attention Of


ALEA Colonel Charles Ward and ALEA Secretary Hal Taylor


Houston County Commissioner / Deputy Sgt. Ricky Herring


Houston County Commissioner Brandon Shoupe


Houston County Sheriff Donald Valenza



PAY ATTENTION 



GENTLEMAN, time to get your heads out from between your buttocks


Because so far you can not hear because your ears are in between your buttocks!


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The Broward County Sheriff's Office is composed of 5,400 employees, including approximately 2,800 certified deputies and approximately 600 fire rescue professionals.[2] The BSO budget is approximately $700 million annually.



30-year veteran South Florida police officer and former North Bay Village Police Chief Scott Israel, a Democrat, was elected as Sheriff by a 53% - 47% vote in 2012,[5] defeating incumbent Sheriff Al Lamberti, a Republican.


Sheriff Israel has been removed from office.


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Florida deputy charged after failing to confront Parkland school shooter



The former Florida deputy who failed to confront a gunman during last year’s Parkland school massacre was arrested Tuesday on 11 criminal charges related to his actions, prosecutors announced.


Broward State Attorney Mike Satz said in a statement that 56-year-old Scot Peterson faces child neglect, culpable negligence and perjury charges that carry a combined potential prison sentence of nearly 100 years.


The former Florida deputy who failed to confront a gunman during last year’s Parkland school massacre was arrested Tuesday on 11 criminal charges related to his actions, prosecutors announced.


Broward State Attorney Mike Satz said in a statement that 56-year-old Scot Peterson faces child neglect, culpable negligence and perjury charges that carry a combined potential prison sentence of nearly 100 years.


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Gov. Ron DeSantis removed Broward Sheriff Scott Israel from office Friday, replacing him after 10 months of turmoil spawned by the slaughter of 17 staff and students in Parkland.







The new governor replaced Israel with former Coral Springs Police Sgt. Gregory Tony, 40, who has a background in active-shooter training and becomes the first black sheriff in Broward County’s history.




DeSantis announced the suspension at the Broward Sheriff’s Office headquarters while the displaced former sheriff prepared his response from a church in northwest Fort Lauderdale.






“I have no interest in dancing on Scott Israel’s political grave,” DeSantis said of the Democratic former sheriff, “but suffice it to say the massacre might never have happened had Broward had better leadership in the sheriff’s department.”





In his executive order, the governor cited Israel for incompetence and neglect of duty. DeSantis said Israel “egregiously failed in his duties” by not properly training deputies and not maintaining “a culture of vigilance and thoroughness,” among other weaknesses.





 







 


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