Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Atlanta police officers making a statement for unjustified charges on one of their own.

From many reliable sources several Atlanta officers calling in sick and going home sick from work. Reports of several officers requesting E.A.P. help due to hostile and unsafe work environments, not having a day off in 4 weeks due to protests and riots. Officers can’t do their job without being falsely accused and or charged with crimes.

Retired Major K.D. Johnson speaks about the George Floyd case and what can be learned from it.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Tucker precinct Sgt involved in pedestrian accident responding to a call.

Monday, May 18, 2020

Assistant Public Safety Director Moses Ector, set to retire at the end of May.

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Dekalb Police and Fire use officers and recruits to hand out face mask and antibacterial wipes to the citizens of Dekalb county.
The county should make sure all first-responders are equipped with the right mask and safety equipment they need as well.

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Chief Ramos holds a meet and greet with the troops. Tells them to ask any question they want and to speak freely.

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Rockdale County Sheriff Office in shambles
Former Dekalb Assistant Chief at the center of controversy in Rockdale County Sheriff's office turmoil.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Transfers posted as a result of disciplinary actions. It seems like the New Chiefs rules and standards are not applied to everyone the same way. 

Sunday, February 2, 2020

Long-time DeKalb officers arrested, accused of selling crash info to 'illegal runners'

The department launched an investigation and found two nine-year veterans were likely behind the crimes.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Chief Ramos has a BIG impact on Dekalb Police
We have received several emails and post from officers, civilians and officer families regarding the morale and work environment at the Dekalb county police Department. Before writing anything we spoke to several officers about the changes and work environment. After speaking with several officers in several different precincts and divisions it is a unanimous feeling that the morale is the lowest it has ever been in department.
When Chief Ramos started she made bold statements about positive changes for the department and its future.She visited several different roll-calls and different divisions and asked the officers and supervisors for input. After visiting all these different places and making bold statements about positive changes, she has made some questionable moves and implemented some changes that have officers and detectives looking at other agencies to go to.
 She has associated herself with questionable people and placed certain supervisors in key positions that have questionable backgrounds. Instead of finding a way to address the manpower shortage she has only made extra work for other officers and detectives. None of the officers,detectives and supervisors we spoke to had anything positive to say about what  Chief  Ramos is doing. If the morale really is at an all time low then we can only hope someone will step in and help get things going back in the right direction. 

Monday, January 6, 2020

The Dekalb County CEO used the last police graduation to make a public announcement about a 4% raise for all sworn police personnel. The next week at the commission meeting the CEO and the commissioners tabled the 4% pay increase. The media even ran a story on the local news about Dekalb County first responders getting a raise. The CEO and the commissioners are very good at making the public believe they are doing the right thing.
The cold hard truth is Dekalb county CEO and Commissioners have lied to the citizens and the workers of the county. When they voted to fix the pay compression, they voted to do it in two phases the first phase took care of all the officers with 6 to 15 years with the county. the second phase was supposed to fix the pay compression for the officers with over 16 years with the county. the commissioners tabled the second phase and have never implemented it. I think the public and the media need to know the truth about how Dekalb police officers are lied to and treated.    

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

The new Dekalb Chief has taken office she was given a salary of 218,000 dollars which is more than the CEO and the Public Safety Director. The new Chief received a 33% pay increase from what the former Chief was making. All sworn personnel in the county received a “GENEROUS SIGNIFICANT 4% RAISE” the new chief is wasting no time making changes, she has visited roll-calls and different divisions in the department. Hopes were high and optimism was promising and then the transfers “Blue Orders” started coming out.  It seems as if the new Chief has been misled or fooled by some of the people, she has surrounded herself with.   She has blocked access to her offices, and you must make an appointment to see her.  

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of retired Dekalb Police LT. Keith E Woods who passed away on November, 30 2019. 
Rest In Peace LT. 

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

The former Dekalb Police Chief salary was 165,000 a year, The new chief is being paid 218,000 a year. 
The Dekalb commissioners received a 60% pay raise, but the second part of the pay decompression to pay the veteran officers of 15+ years has been set aside and forgotten about. 

Monday, November 4, 2019

Assistant chief Porter resigns from the Department, Lt. Marshall Mooneyham gets promoted to Assistant Chief of Police over 911 center.
Former Assistant Chief Annette Woodard resigns from being the chief of Lithonia police. Former Dekalb Captain Darren Newton is to be named Lithonia Police chief.
good luck to all of the current and former Dekalb officers.