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Re: Speed cameras = a great way to improve safety and raise money
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Has anyone here even driven a car before? I'm starting to think no.

I'm not advocating that a person drive 50 down a 25 mph lane but obeying the speed limit would mean driving 30 in a 25 MPH is a violation - especially if an inanimate object enforces speeding.

Also, if you have a medical emergency - ie. wife is pregnant - are you going to give that person a ticket?

http://host-29.242.54.159.gannett.com ... pregnant-wife-to-hospital

If there is no cop, how do I tell the camera that my wife is pregnant...




The cop that issued that ticket should be ashamed of himself. That was an escort to the hospital and a good luck to mom and dad.

Posted on: 2013/10/23 14:08
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Re: Jersey City appointing 34-year veteran of police force as new chief
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Or is it more like being zeroed in on and you're just smart enough to know your place in the food chain?
Good luck and good riddance.

Posted on: 2013/10/1 14:21
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Re: Jersey City appointing 34-year veteran of police force as new chief
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Lipstick on a pig. Fulop is pension padding this hack and his family is likely pulling $1M a year from the tax payer. What a reward for giving him some contributions and walking with his rat dog in parades. How much sick leave did he abuse with Fulop?

Enough already. Watch them resurect this turd. Have you ever had a conversation with him? You can't. Going from bad to worse. No wonder Fulop waited until now to make the announcement and pay him back. Its McGreevey and McCann all over again.[/
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Wake up punk in two hours your biggest fear is about to become a reality. Let it all out.
Tell the people how you thought things should have went.
Pressure.

Posted on: 2013/10/1 11:25
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Re: Jersey City appointing 34-year veteran of police force as new chief
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John1952 is a very bitter cop is my bet. It's only a matter of time for you.

Posted on: 2013/10/1 8:38
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Re: Jersey City appointing 34-year veteran of police force as new chief
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fat-ass-bike wrote:
How does a patrolman become a police cheif or is this appointment purely onr that will give little opposition to the Public Safety Director?

Is this guy really the BEST person for the role or is he the BEST that applied ?


Yes at this point in time he is the best choice and Fulop should consider himself very fortunate to have him. Things are going to change aren't they John1952.

A Patrolman did not become police Chief. A Deputy Chief who came out #1 on a very complicated battery of tests became the Chief. This was after acing the Captains test and having to make Healy promote him twice. He knows his shit.

Posted on: 2013/10/1 8:35
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Re: Jersey City appointing 34-year veteran of police force as new chief
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Lipstick on a pig. Fulop is pension padding this hack and his family is likely pulling $1M a year from the tax payer. What a reward for giving him some contributions and walking with his rat dog in parades. How much sick leave did he abuse with Fulop?

Enough already. Watch them resurect this turd. Have you ever had a conversation with him? You can't. Going from bad to worse. No wonder Fulop waited until now to make the announcement and pay him back. Its McGreevey and McCann all over again.


That pressure is really driving you off the deep end isn't it. Keep going you're doing a great job. cop2cop is available and free lmao!

Posted on: 2013/10/1 8:27
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Re: Jersey City appointing 34-year veteran of police force as new chief
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Why are people so convinced that John1952 is Fletch?

Posted on: 2013/10/1 0:26
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Re: Ez-towing, official city tow?
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Do they still run that scheme with ShopRite where they watch people walk out of the lot and hook them?

Posted on: 2013/9/4 21:23
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Re: Ez-towing, official city tow?
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The picture was from the linked article. How was Keansburg?

LMAO that was great Chester! Ill have you know that the south shore of Staten Island isn't exactly Keansburg but you can see it from there.

Posted on: 2013/9/4 21:12
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Re: Ez-towing, official city tow?
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Hey septicat, I take a much needed trip to a white sand beach and you resort to stalking tow truck drivers under the Skyway? Muah.

Posted on: 2013/9/4 19:34
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Re: Jersey City deputy police chief helps nab three people who had gun, police say
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so how did three men have possession of one gun? were they all holding onto the grip with their hands on top of each other like some boys & girls club logo? did one person hold the gun in a shooting grip and the other two were just touching it? did they let go of it when they had to walk, in which case, who was the one person who had possession?

perhaps they still held onto it at all times while walking! like little kids in a class holding onto the group leash as they walk across the street to the park.


Without having been there or even reading the reports I can surmise that all three were charged with possession of the gun because it was located in the passenger compartment of the car and all three had equal access to it. Constructive possession. It will hold up in court.

Posted on: 2013/8/29 14:50
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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You sir are absolutely correct. I have the tendency to drag ongoing debates into the gutter. Just a personality defect of mine where I feel like I have to win every battle every time and the gutter for me is a very comfortable place to conduct battle.

From now on, when I post something it can be considered an absolute fact because I know it to be true. I will prequalify that statement with the words "This is a fact."

If I offer my opinion on an issue that I can weigh in on with a degree of certainty and it is within the boundaries of what I can comment on it is just that my opinion.

I cannot comment on things such as the intricacies of the Municipal budget because I don't know the first thing about accounting. I am certain it's just a little more complicated than balancing the family checkbook.

This is a fact. The Healy administration has been put out of it's misery and there is no point in looking back. The destructive policies of his last two appointed Chiefs' of Police have brought the morale of the department to the lowest point in at least the past twenty years that I can speak of. This is all about to change and the change will be drastic and sudden. The public may not immediately notice but during this past week there have been several decisions made that have gotten peoples attention. They're not going to fail, it's just not in their vocabulary, and all I can say is woe to the malcontent that gets in their way. We need this more than anything and I along with a whole bunch of other guys are thrilled to know that that Accountability part of the CARE decals Comey put on the radio cars is coming to fruition. That's what we the cops and the public got with Comey, lip service and decals. Again Facts.

My opinion;The Mayor has the right people in the right places at the right time and I would not be at all surprised if this transition becomes a case study in rebuilding an organization.


Posted on: 2013/8/23 1:44
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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I may not be perfect but I honestly believe that the law should be enforced impartially despite your socioeconomic position. Are not all persons entitled to fair and equal treatment in America?



I hope that if you are JCPD that you do conduct yourself in a fair and impartial manner while on the job. However, based on your own comments on this thread, that's just not the vibe I'm getting from you. So far, in addition to displaying an astonishing lack of judgement and self-control (yes, let's give this person a badge and a gun?!!), you have also made callous and insensitive remarks about the homeless and you've displayed a bias towards anyone that you (incorrectly) perceive to be a transplant or an office-worker. You just are not coming across as particularly impartial and level-headed. That's all I'm saying...


I just get somewhat defensive when my profession is being disparaged by people who do not walk in my shoes or do what I do in a very professional manner. I'm on patrol every day and my disciplinary record is squeaky clean. If by chance you need the assistance of the JCPD and I get the call I can assure you that you will be satisfied with the way I conduct myself. I do hope you never need the police because we don't get called when something good happens.
I really pisses me off when an anonymous OP say's something derogatory about the JCPD without providing any corroboration and the rest of the keyboard commandos pile on without any basis in fact.
I guess mcgravy is right in the fact that I do have that old school Jersey City mentality in me. It comes in handy when I am confronted with a situation that requires me to be instantly meaner and crazier than the guy I have to get in cuffs which unfortunately happens from time to time. It's just the nature of the beast.
I hope we never meet but rest assured if we do you'll be well taken care of in a courteous and professional manner.

Posted on: 2013/8/22 20:24
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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"Nicer areas" has nothing to do with race you prehistoric moron. You're the only one here talking about race. Don't twist my words to fit your narrative.

What I'm saying, since you lack the ability to think and read critically, is that officers who hang around areas like the downtown waterfront, where murders are a little less frequent, they don't need to put on this tough guy, old school Hudson County BS act when asked or advice or asked a question.

Again, it's not all of the JCPD, but enough to warrant the horrible reputation they've earned.



Now, BBB, you better stop blogging and get to the mall for your next shift.


So the cops on the waterfront should be interact differently with the downtown residents than they should with residents in other parts of the city is what your saying? And what cop acts like a tough guy when you ask for advice or directions? Do you often go around asking for advice or questions in the town you allegedly were born and raised in? Ever hear of Google? Maybe the cop got annoyed with your constant pleas for advice and direction in life? They are human you know. I can imagine that, the cop has a sweet gig on the waterfront on a beautiful day when suddenly drifting toward him is that guy who asks him questions every goddamned day.
How exactly do they act like tough guys? I'd also like to know what questions do you have or what advice do you need?
Maybe I can help you but first please elaborate on the tough guy posture.

Posted on: 2013/8/22 20:01
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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I may not be perfect but I honestly believe that the law should be enforced impartially despite your socioeconomic position. Are not all persons entitled to fair and equal treatment in America?



I'll be taking a walk in front of the North, I better see tickets on the FOP cars.. Everyone should be treated fair and equal, right officer? Start with your own house before you lecture us.


Why would you go and harass the hardest working district in the city? Look at the Compstat numbers. North #1 across the board.

Posted on: 2013/8/22 19:40
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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I may not be perfect but I honestly believe that the law should be enforced impartially despite your socioeconomic position. Are not all persons entitled to fair and equal treatment in America?



I'll be taking a walk in front of the North, I better see tickets on the FOP cars.. Everyone should be treated fair and equal, right officer? Start with your own house before you lecturer us.


look both ways before crossing the street you miserable shrew.

Posted on: 2013/8/22 19:32
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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Oh I almost forgot to mention the fantastic job the East cops did last night catching that thief. Hopefully he will cooperate and some people can get their property back. Let's not forget the North guys and gals who efficiently grabbed the piece of garbage who stabbed that girl. Teamwork baby!

Posted on: 2013/8/22 19:31
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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I wasn't implying JCPD has to answer to me. All I'm saying is that instead of being a complete jerkoff to random citizens who pay your salary, maybe some of these cops patrolling nicer areas could lighten up a bit.

A lot of the JCPD I know are old school Hudson County personalities. That crap is as outdated as their poster boy Healy. I went to HS with a bunch of these clowns and I don't speak with that heavy, unintelligible, Sopranos style dialect like these guys do.

Like I said, right or wrong the current perception and reputation of the JCPD is very much earned. As stated before they're not all bad, but they've got quite the uphill battle to change that reputation. A change which is very much welcomed by JC residents.


What do you mean exactly when you say the cops patrolling the "nicer" areas? Do any of you pretentious experts in any discipline agree with mcgravy? That is the most disgusting racist comment I've seen and not a peep from the board. mcgravy is a racist pig who should be publicly chastised for his ignorant narrow minded viewpoint.
I may not be perfect but I honestly believe that the law should be enforced impartially despite your socioeconomic position. Are not all persons entitled to fair and equal treatment in America?


Posted on: 2013/8/22 19:17
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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So when I'm paying 18k plus on two properties whose salary am I paying?
You're going to now present yourself as an authority on the changes taking place in the JCPD? Please forgive me and carry on as your view is obviously much clearer than my front row seat .
You have no idea how much I and a whole bunch of other cops want this. Nothing is going to happen to me. I don't want anything and I'm adept enough to work effectively in any neighborhood in the city. When I hear things like " these are our streets and we aren't going to stop until they know we own the street" or " I want an Army of cops in the
street by fall." I get even more motivated.
There are a few people who aren't too happy but #OOPS# them let them quit if they don't like it.
Test coming up by the way....come on out and make mcgravy pay even more salaries.


Posted on: 2013/8/22 1:27
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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I'm thoroughly entertained, but also a bit disturbed if bbb is in fact a JC police officer. Although, he is doing a bang up job of illustrating for everyone the exact attitude that earns the JCPD its stellar reputation in the first place.

What reputation would that be? That we aren't the yokel locals from whatever backwater town you came from who are going to sit back and take whatever shit some keyboard commando who sits in a box all day throws at us? Born and bred here so here's a little throw back " reputation" for you. Go #OOPS# yourself. We ain't fucking waiters in some douchebag uppity restaurant.
No go back to the cornfield.

Posted on: 2013/8/21 23:53
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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It always struck me as bizzare to see the homeless at JSQ texting away. Now I know what happens when a bag lady arms herself with an iphone.
Were you dumpster dining at Carmines?

Posted on: 2013/8/21 20:30
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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What do you do just wander the streets all day looking for stuff to complain about? From Sparrow Hill to Marion public employees are under the ever watchful eye of the sepecat. Why not get a job or a hobby? Clean yourself up and answer a personal ad for companionship, read a book, throw yourself into a raging sea, wake up tomorrow and promise yourself that this is the day you stop being a pathetic cretin, just go away.

Posted on: 2013/8/21 19:46
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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fat-ass-bike wrote:
Thank you for recognizing that. We appreciate the support.
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jwave wrote:
I was pleased to see a JCPD patrol car yield for pesestrians crossing at 8th St and West Hamilton last night at dusk. The officer driving patiently waited to make a righthand turn from 8th onto West Hamilton while two families crossed there, one followed by the other. That struck me as courteous and professional.

Not that i disbelieve the OP for a moment.

We should call out the good and the bad.


Absolutely - Maybe a thread that highlights the good deeds of our police .... I have no doubt the vast majority of police we have in JC are a bunch of 'good' guys and gals.

Posted on: 2013/8/21 19:13
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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Has anyone been able to verify this story as even remotely true? Can this be a figment of an overactive imagination? Or because it involves the alleged misgivings of a cop it must be true? I mean who would think someone could actually be full of shit when relaying their tale of woe on an anonymous message board.

Posted on: 2013/8/20 19:14
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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just as there is a fine line between Saturday night and Sunday morning the line between the pedestrian who walks out into the street hoping for the best and the motorist who believes he is the king of the road is blurred by perception.

Posted on: 2013/8/20 17:25
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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This also means pedestrians need to follow the Walk signals. They are always ignored at Columbus and Grove and at the entrance of Shoprite.

Which brings us to the debate of jaywalking versus failure to yield...this is great

Posted on: 2013/8/20 16:45
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Re: JC police officer doesn't even know pedestrian law
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I wont be surprised if it's the same cop I wrote about on here two weeks back.


Have you seen him lately or has your anonymous complaint been satisfactorily addressed?

Posted on: 2013/8/20 16:11
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Re: Boy hit by car at Hamilton Park
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How come Fat Ass and the other legal scholars aren't questioning why the driver wasn't tested for DWI? Anybody?

Posted on: 2013/8/19 16:02
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Re: Cop causing havoc on the Blvd
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Of course, Sepecat has seen the cop, and you're just using your imagination.


ask sepecat if she's seen him around or did he get the hint to find a new spot? I hope it's the latter.

Posted on: 2013/8/12 23:35
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Re: Man crossing Jersey City street struck and killed by off-duty Jersey City cop
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Or maybe because the PO is sworn to UPHOLD and Enforce the law, that first part is important, the us vs. them is a result of the long history of Do as I Say, not as I Do, as Mr. Vigilante points out.

Interesting handle, we all know how the Bradley Beach Brawl worked out for Mayor Healy.


The Bradley Beach Brawler handle was my little smack in the mouth to the Healy administration and especially the former "leadership" in the JCPD. A decade of incompetence and morale destroying decisions by Comey and his crew will not be reversed overnight but I can assure you that we are turning the corner.

Cop's are human and are subject to the frailty and temptation of the human condition. Have you ever been given a break by a cop Colleen?

On a side note 100 permanent walking post's have been established citywide since July 1st.

Posted on: 2013/8/12 15:17
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