16 November 2003

Law Enforcement in the News:

(1) The former police chief of Portland, Oregon has gone to Liberia to try his hand at putting a police force together there.

(2) The head of police in Columbia resigns because his officers "dined in the most exclusive restaurants in Colombia's notorious center of drug trafficking, bought expensive jewelry and staged lavish parties while packing guns."

(3) A judge has allowed women victimized by a Trooper to sue his superiors. Because, I'm sure all his supervisors were encouraging him to go out and commit sex crimes while on the clock . . .

(4) Why would officers engage in a wide ranging, complicated insurance fraud scam for almost no money?

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