Friday, January 15, 2010

Gwinnett Investigators Were Busy In 2009, Making Almost a Thousand Arrests and Seizing Almost $50 Million In Illegal Drugs.

....and just how many people did our comparable unit arrest and how much illegal drugs did they get of the streets? Oh, wait, we don't have one.

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Here we go again...

Didn't you learn to fact check last time?

ASLEEP IN CLOSET said...

Yes but do they have a ICP team with 20 plus Officers being run by a moron LT with brilliant ideas!! Gwinnett doesnt have anything on W Exchange!!!

Anonymous said...

Maybe Gwinnett has a better idea....kind of like Ford...no joke.Maybe we need to get a couple Gwinnett dope and vice honcho's to give us lessons on how to do it. Corner dope sales still boom all over Dekalb. Why is that?

Anonymous said...

Why are no numbers from DeKalb offered by those throwing out complaints and accusations? Unsubstantiated and misinformed complaints about people and units seem to be the modus operandi for this blog lately.

DeKalb Officers said...

You should be asking that of the administration of the police department. We didn't come up when Gwinnett's stats, they were are proud enough to release theirs to the media.

When DeKalb release's their stats to the media, we'll be more than glad to post them.

Anonymous said...

I read an article in sundaypaper.com about a 14 count gang indictment by dekalb gang unit. Great job PD thank you

Anonymous said...

new year same bull shit. This blog will destroy the police dept.

Anonymous said...

Everytime I see DKPD in the media is to brag about their participation in Operation HEATS. Oh I forgot, revenue seems to be priority number one around here. Nevermind, give me the ticket book and let me make my quota (eh, performance standard..minimum requirement...productivity measure..whatever the new term is) and go home.

Anonymous said...

Maybe you shouldn't be making assumptions and accusations if you don't have all of the relevant information. Didn't you learn that from your stupid wire tap topic?

Anonymous said...

"They were proud enough to release theirs."

And your point is?

Gwinnett released their numbers last year. They were lower than DeKalb's. Same for the year before that, and the year before that, and the year before that!

Logic does not seem to be your forte.

Maybe you should get your "ducks in a row" before you cast aspersions.

Anonymous said...

give it a rest and stop comparing apples to oranges a couple of GOOD line officer in Dekalb could handle that many calls and grab that many arrest by themselves not that I love the new admin but just remember what Mr CEO admins we just got out of. why not try to figure out how to get us better and get off Gwinnett's Johnson

Anonymous said...

Anybody who knows anything about drug enforcement knows Gwinnett is not a aggressive dept. They don't do a whole lot of street drug interdiction. There stats are primarily based on wall off stops and assistance to federal agencies..Every fed agency that utilizes wire taps is monitoring Mexican or Dominican DTOs in Gwinnett and thats the truth of the matter. DeKalb demographic is different and street corner dope and trap houses are the norm.