Monday, March 19, 2012

And Adkison Is Still Employeed Here, Why?


Anonymous said...

After reading the story on Channel 2's website about Front Runnerz MC Club, the Sgt and the employee from the Solicitor's Office....I can't help but think about the movie "Star Chamber".

Anonymous said...

I think the odds are pretty high that good ole Sgt. Adkison will be facing felony charges soon. A lot of DKPD supervisors take their positions about as serious as being captain of an 8 year old softball team. The chiefs still can’t figure out why the morale is so low. It doesn’t help that we have to work for complete dumbasses like this guy. Please change the system we use to make promotions. Clearly it is broken!

Anonymous said...

Someone needs to investigate this club he is apart of.

Anonymous said...

I've been told many times over the years that some of these "crotch rockets" flying up and down I-20 and other streets were Police.

Could we please get over all this "above the law" crap?

Two most beloved ladys lay in a grave now because of DeKalb's "Little Darling" flying up and down the roads at 80-100 miles when she felt like it.

Joe Friday said...

Why would the chief care...heck all he is doing is riding the days until he can pack up and get out of here...he already has another gig lined up... He has pretty much washed his hands of this place.

He's got a new gig with a fresh start..what better way to go. Step out of one and into another and double your salary at the same time..

Anonymous said...

I thought the county had rules against being part of racially exclusive organizations engaging in criminal activity?

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't it be interesting if Dekalb would adopt and enforce the following, especially command staff?

Police officers take risks and suffer inconveniences to protect the lives, defend civil liberties, secure the safety of fellow citizens, and they endure such risks and tolerate such inconveniences on behalf of strangers. Consequently, police work is one of the more noble and selfless occupations in society. Making a difference in the quality of life is an opportunity that policing provides, and few other professions can offer.

A public affirmation of adhering to an Oath of Honor is a powerful vehicle demonstrating ethical standards. To be successful at enhancing integrity within an organization, leaders must ensure the oath is recited frequently and displayed throughout the organization as well as ensuring ethical mentoring and role modeling are consistent, frequent and visible. The following Law Enforcement Oath of Honor is recommended as by the International Association of Chiefs of Police as symbolic statement of commitment to ethical behavior:

On my honor,
I will never betray my badge1,
my integrity, my character,
or the public trust.
I will always have
the courage to hold myself
and others accountable for our actions.
I will always uphold the constitution, my community and the agency I serve.

Before any officer takes the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor, it is important that he/she understands what it means. An oath is a solemn pledge someone makes when he/she sincerely intends to do what he/she says.

Honor means that one's word is given as a guarantee.
Betray is defined as breaking faith with the public trust.
Badge is the symbol of your office.
Integrity is being the same person in both private and public life.
Character means the qualities that distinguish an individual.
Public trust is a charge of duty imposed in faith toward those you serve.
Courage is having the strength to withstand unethical pressure, fear or danger.
Accountability means that you are answerable and responsible to your oath of office.
Community is the jurisdiction and citizens served.

Ricky Ricardo said...

§ 16-15-3. Definitions

As used in this chapter, the term:

(1) "Criminal gang activity" means the commission, attempted commission, conspiracy to commit, or solicitation, coercion, or intimidation of another person to commit any of the following offenses on or after July 1, 2006:

(C) Any offense defined in Code Section 16-6-1 as rape, 16-6-2 as aggravated sodomy, 16-6-3 as statutory rape, or 16-6-22.2 as aggravated sexual battery;

(2) "Criminal street gang" means any organization, association, or group of three or more persons associated in fact, whether formal or informal, which engages in criminal gang activity as defined in paragraph (1) of this Code section. The existence of such organization, association, or group of individuals associated in fact may be established by evidence of a common name or common identifying signs, symbols, tattoos, graffiti, or attire or other distinguishing characteristics. Such term shall not include three or more persons, associated in fact, whether formal or informal, who are not engaged in criminal gang activity.

LUCY, you got some 'splaining to do!!!

Anonymous said...

Where's the chief going after he retires?

Anonymous said...

You know Anon 12:28 what facts do you have to support your statement? Tell us all. Anon 10:41 you're about to up set the masses with your statement. After all we have gotten nice black shirts and lots of lip action. Now to the point at hand. This guy has been give chance after chance. Now let the chips fall in place. Let's all learn from this guys poor judgment.

Anonymous said...

to Anon 12:28 AM...

They do, but it only applies if your WHITE!

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:40:

I do not need to learn from Sgt. Adkison’s poor judgment. I already knew Rape was against the law and wrong!

Anonymous said...

Its funny how the Front Runnerz website was up yesterday with members name, Pictures and upcoming events and now its just a general explanation of what the club is silly.....

Anonymous said...

To anon 10:41
Who is "Dekalb's Little Darling"????

Thats a new one, or have I missed something.

BeSafe said...

Anon 12:28, Care to elaborate?

Anonymous said...

What's there to elaborate on? It was just a question about county policy, not an accusation. I'll leave the elaborating and accusations to the DA's office.

Anonymous said...

So what's up with the sergeant? That sure went quiet