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Emergency people have lost it.

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Police fight with police
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iGOn3EgeKE

And EMS fight with FF
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9EdKrv7jX0


police brutality
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxgNKNEtk18&feature=related

I don't believe this.

Cop not taking her to jail? just keeping her on the ground?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4IEaaCyBKM&feature=related

California Paramedic Arrested for Theft During Rescue

A former Riggs Ambulance Service paramedic and his wife were arrested over the weekend in connection with the theft of more than $6,000 from the purse of a senior from Modesto.

Police arrested Michael Robert Carey, 42, of Atwater on a warrant alleging that he stole $6,100 from the purse of the 72-year-old woman involved in a June 7 accident to which Carey responded.

His wife, Traci Tiffani Carey, 37, of Atwater, formerly employed as a Riggs dispatcher, was arrested on suspicion of knowing the money was stolen and helping to conceal and spend it, sheriff's spokesman Scott Dover said.

The arrests stem from an accident at Highway 165 and Fowler Avenue in which the woman and her 55-year-old son, also of Modesto, were injured.

The woman was taken by air ambulance to a Modesto hospital and her son was taken to Emanuel Medical Center in Turlock for treatment.


More story at
http://publicsafety.com/article/article.jsp?id=2619&siteSection=6
 
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Yep ALL of US have gone plum loco!


You forgot the other million stories that detail us doing our jobs without misbehaving.........

By the way what sinless profession do you happen to belong to?

Have a nice day.
 

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nec208 said:
Police fight with police
Where is the fight and the second police?

nec208 said:
And EMS fight with FF
No fight here either.

nec208 said:
police brutality
Posted before and discussed.

nec208 said:
I don't believe this.

Cop not taking her to jail? just keeping her on the ground?
She's out of control and had to be hogtied. Looks like he is waiting for backup to get her off the ground and taken to jail. Do you hear the sirens coming?

nec208 said:
California Paramedic Arrested for Theft During Rescue
Accused and arrested.

I wonder how many people in your profession have been disciplined or arrested across the US? How many of them have done stupid things they regret later? Let us know, but then again that wouldn't fit it with your agenda.

Mike
 

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nec208 has a rich history of posting garbage like this. He clearly has an agenda, or maybe he didn't pass the test to get on his local FD/PD and is bitter. Whatever his problem is, don't even waste time responding to him, it just gives him more reason to stick around here.
 
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DELCOLHFC said:
(he) forgot the other million stories that detail us doing our jobs without misbehaving.........
Those other "million stories" (incidents) do not require
the light of public scrutiny be shown upon them.

Should we assume that you'd prefer stories that show
public servants "misbehaving" be swept under the rug
and never see the light of day?

Fortunately, in the US, we have a system of checks and balances
that include both the media's reports and the public's opinion.
Without that, it's a free for all. Anything goes.
Some public admininstrators would like just that.
See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

The vast majority of these types of news stories have already
been reported by media sources and are out there.

Don't shoot the messenger.
The poster didn't make these stories up out of the blue.
 
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I agree to some extent with you mikepdx, but at the same time it is more likely for negative things to get attention by the media...less are the times that people are lauded for things heroic they do...running into a burning building, getting out of the car on a SF scene w/o Backup because someone is in the hot zone... the EMT who talks a jumper down off a ledge, i understand that thats just their job but at the same time there is their job and then there is going above and beyond the call of duty. They are reported but then quickly forgotten...im going out on a limb here risking how people percive me here but im betting that the mainstream people out there know more about the Rodney King incident than they do of the heroics that went on during an MCI such as 9/11..while public servants should be held responsible for misdeeds that they commit, for risk of a public mis-perception people should also be aware of the many positives that occur on a day to day basis in the EMS systems nation and world wide. While there are people out there who abuse their power out there, there are more people than those sullied few in the EMS system...the unsung heroes that no one hears of...just my input...

JB
 

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See nothing wrong here. They should have gotten permission and an escort from that city before operating a Segway on a public road. (Also confused by the "Police fight with Police"title)

The ambulance is clearly in the wrong. What were they doing that they could not hear the Fire trucks siren? Jammin' to some Heavy Metal? (Again, as stated above, "And EMS fight with FF" title makes no sense)

I do have to question why the camera was turned off, but, from what COULD be seen, she was clearly resisting and failing to obey a lawful order. And it would not be the first time that someone tried to frame an officer by continuously ramming or hitting their head against a wall or table. The way she was resisting, it would not surprise me if she fell, face first, against the corner of the table. But, with the camera off, it is only supposition on my part.


nec208 said:
Cop not taking her to jail? just keeping her on the ground?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4IEaaCyBKM&feature=related
Obviously waiting on a backup unit to help load the combative person into a squad car.
 
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Where is the fight and the second police?



No fight here either.

He should go to jail for driving too slow.Doing 10 in a 45 road is too slow.


She's out of control and had to be hogtied. Looks like he is waiting for backup to get her off the ground and taken to jail. Do you hear the sirens coming?
And 3 or 4 driving time in the suburbs do to the fire station more spread out than the down town core.

If I where the cop, I would use pepper spray.Get in a car or I will use pepper spray.

Accused and arrested.
I wonder how many people in your profession have been disciplined or arrested across the US? How many of them have done stupid things they regret later? Let us know, but then again that wouldn't fit it with your agenda.
Mike[/QUOTE]

It would be good to get stats on it.But I think the big problem in society is the violence and no respect on TV,in computer games and music and is having a effect on people.

Every day there is almost a shooting .And when people are poor you got people doing crime to support them self.

The ambulance is clearly in the wrong. What were they doing that they could not hear the Fire trucks siren? Jammin' to some Heavy Metal? (Again, as stated above, "And EMS fight with FF" title makes no sense)
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If I where cop the EMS guy goes to jail.

This is one of Necs links you youtube,http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZRTv-eDnAnw hope they dont all move that slowly responding to a call in Toronto...........................Hoser
I would have to look at the long sheet to see if they done it many times.Most response in Toronto are under a minute aftet the PA goes off.And 2 or 3 minute driving time.
 
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