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Deputy expresses concerns over training and ability of colleagues

Deputy expresses concerns over training and ability of colleagues

A Kentucky Deputy expressed misgivings over the lack of training and experience that his coworkers demonstrated on the job. Specifically, he stated that he was more concerned about novices causing him injury than a combative suspect. The deputy was injured by a fellow deputy in a shootout that killed an armed suspect.

Will PT
Will PT
Evil Smoo
Evil Smoo 1 year

Huh. Some of my coworkers are incompetent too. Fortunately, they're not armed.

Booble Plus
Booble Plus 1 year

But we were told no one needs guns because the cops can handle it? 🤔

Michael Algarme
Michael Algarme 1 year

First and foremost! This incident is Reynolds' fault! This man was in cooperation with evil and violence. He is the one ultimately responsible for putting everyone's lives in danger that day! I'm not an expert. But from the outside, looking in, it seems like this "team" did not train and practice together as a "team" very much. I pray for Deputy Morales. Would that a miracle healing could come from everyone's prayers! But Deputy Morales should probably attend to the beam in his own eye rather than the speck in his neighbors' eye. He made his own tactical error by being so easily talked out of wearing his body armor. That is very unfortunate. I will continue to pray for his recovery.

Spartan Life
Spartan Life 1 year

Huh it’s almost like telling kids the police a evil and that becoming one is a stupid waste of times had a negative effect on the quality and quantity for officers available to do the job.

orlando gomez
orlando gomez 1 year

Wow it's like the police do not trust police officers either because they think the police will shoot them for no reason, or bacause they suck at their job. The people working as police even fear this, so I guess thats about everyone that believe the cops will shoot you for fun and get away with it.

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