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Re: Who is the best/worst officer in JCPD to report street/sexual harassment to?
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Thanks everyone except fat-ass-bike

Posted on: 2015/1/23 3:56
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Re: Edgewater Fire Pet Donations
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Fat-ass-bike, this article gives some idea about the number of animals displaced

http://www.nj.com/bergen/index.ssf/20 ... hankful_surreal_fire.html

Posted on: 2015/1/23 3:53
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Re: Who is the best/worst officer in JCPD to report street/sexual harassment to?
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Hi Parkman,

Thanks for responding. I'm posting this here because

1) I'm new to this country so I'm not fully aware of all the procedures/departments. Back home, we have a special police department that will deal with sex related offences & such crimes are only to be reported so specially trained officers.

2)I'm not the one who got harassed. It was another woman who got harassed & I happened witness it. I started running & shouting towards them but they left. I used my phone to shoot a clear video of this from a distance. The two men have made horrible remarks even in the presence of my boyfriend. The woman looked physically okay & wanted to be left alone. I was unable to get her name or any such information. I couldn't follow her to ensure her well being because my heeled shoes broke while I was running.

3) A law official told me that unless the victim reports it, the police cannot do much with my evidence. I refuse to believe this & posted it here on jclist to remain anonymous & get responses from other locals who might have dealt with such situations or know a good police officer who will actually tell me something more than, "sorry we can't do anything about it"

4) From previous bad experiences, I've learnt that I should only share sensitive information with a good police officer who will be non-judgmental, sensitive & someone who will actually do something after going through the hassle of reporting such crimes. Doesn't matter if they are male or female, both have been equally crass in dealing with me about crimes of this nature.

Hope this clears up any questions related to this.

Thanks,

Pina

Posted on: 2015/1/21 2:25
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Who is the best/worst officer in JCPD to report street/sexual harassment to?
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Hello everyone,

I was wondering if any of the locals here had any experiences with JCPD police officers. Who in your experience is the best officer to meet with in regards to sexual/street harassment incidents? Any particular officers that you know of that one should avoid reporting such incidents to?

I see Officer Dina listed as the community officer for VVP. Would she be the person I should report such incidents to?

If you've had any similar experiences, could you share with me how the reporting process went, what happened & how long did the reporting process take? Can one set up a time to meet with an officer or do they not have the choice in choosing the officer?

Please send me a private message if you don't wish to disclose such information here.

Thanks,

Pina

Posted on: 2015/1/21 1:17
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Re: Good place to make clothing donations?
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Hi,

What's the best way to donate a huge box of gently used clothes to the homeless without access to a car. Public transport is not a feasible option for me as the box is too big & heavy for me to carry it.

Do you know of any local DTJC shelters that will accept donations via usps or fedex? What about a volunteer with a car who can deliver the box from my location in VVP to the shelter? As per their website, Vietnam Veterans do not pick up donations from my location.

Posted on: 2015/1/20 6:10
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Re: How you can help the homeless
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Do you know if they accept clothing donation via mail? I have a huge box of gently used clothes that I want to donate to this shelter. I live near VVP, don't have a car & public transportation with such a heavy box is not feasible.

Any suggestions? Can someone like a volunteer from the shelter who has a car meet up near VVP to pick up the clothing box?



Posted on: 2015/1/20 6:07
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Re: Jersey City Must Eats
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gypsy grill for middle eastern food

Posted on: 2015/1/6 3:16
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Re: Boycott A-1 Deli
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I was not drunk/high/stupid. It was the deli on Christopher Columbus Drive & it always has spanish music playing. I thought I saw an A-1 sign there so I thought this was the A-1 deli you guys posted about.

Posted on: 2015/1/6 0:57
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Re: Hospital seeks public's help identifying man found wandering (DT) JC
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If this unidentified guy is still in the hospital, then it cannot be the pervert/artist as I & another woman just saw him today in VVP. Plus I didn't see any black curly hair on this man. It was mostly white hair, glasses & I think a white mustache.

I was in the Van Vorst Park today walking my dog. Me and another female saw this old man set his grocery bags on the bench outside the dog run. The woman with her yorkie gave me heads up that this guy is weird & if I stay in the park, then I should keep my distance from him. His hand was inside his pants & I caught a little glimpse of his thing. Then he took his "thing" out. So we both decided to leave the park ASAP. I didn't have my phone on me so I couldn't call the police right then & there. Logged onto to JClist & read about this man and his wrong doings in both the parks in DTJC.

Posted on: 2015/1/6 0:52
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Re: Boycott A-1 Deli
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I'm so sorry I didn't pay enough attention. I just read the subject of the thread & some previous posts & thought it was the A-1 deli that I had a bad experience with. I didn't even notice there's a A-1 deli on grove st. I just looked it up & read what happened there. So sad.

If you'd read my comment, then you'd notice that I said "paying my bill". I wasn't ripping into the deli to get quarters. I did infact purchase something from them & got the 1 dollar coin for them as the difference.

Also, sorry I wasn't clear in my previous post. When he gave me 3 quarters & said that's all he had, I handed them back to him & asked him to return the dollar. To that he loudly refused & asked me to get lost? There goes my dollar (what would have become 4 quarters for much needed laundry). I don't really care about you think my post says about me. It's more about what they did & how they treated their customer. They didn't want to give me the dollar back & then asked me to get out? This guy was a rude cheat. I'm sure if a guy would have been with me or even just another male customer in the store, he wouldn't be making vulgar faces, cheating or yelling at me.

Posted on: 2014/12/30 16:29
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Re: Property Mgmt. Company Not Fixing Defects
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The lights & stairs were fixed last week!! After such a long time & after the hassle of calling an inspector to inspect the building etc.

Thank you jerseymom. Happy New Year!

Posted on: 2014/12/30 7:53
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Re: Boycott A-1 Deli
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I won't go to A-1 again. In addition to be a liar, one of the guys who works there overnight kept staring at me, making vulgar faces at me while I was paying the bill.

I asked if he had 4 quarters in exchange for a 1 dollar coin. He took the one dollar coin from my hand & gave me only 3 quarters. He said he had no other coins & couldn't give me the remaining 25 cents. When I politely said , okay that's fine. Sorry, can I have my dollar coin back. He rudely said NO & GET LOST NOW.

will not be going there again ever. won't even pass through the sidewalk to avoid running into the vulgar man.

Posted on: 2014/12/30 7:51
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Re: Muslims hold over 40 hostages in Sydney cafe
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JCman8 Alright. I got your point. I hope you got my point too. I apologize for being rude in my last line of my last response to you.

Posted on: 2014/12/15 22:19
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Re: Muslims hold over 40 hostages in Sydney cafe
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devilsadvocate & user1111 thank you.

Posted on: 2014/12/15 22:17
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Re: Terrorist holds over 40 hostages in Sydney Cafe
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Hi JCMan8. Yes, you offended me. Thanks for apologizing. Your post was not a 100 % factual because it was just one Muslim terrorist and not Muslims.

Sort of like saying, "Whites kill students in high school with guns". It wouldn't be right or constructive to put it that way.

Yes, we do have different views because you mostly seem to be here to spread your hatred via stating your "100 % factual posts".

Don't give me the "White cop shooting black man" so it's okay to post "Muslims hold hostages". Both are wrong & you can't use one to justify the other. I hope people like you don't reproduce anymore.

Posted on: 2014/12/15 21:01
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Re: Muslim Terrorist holds over 40 hostages in Sydney Cafe
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Hi Devils advocate. Muslim terrorist is fine. The guy wrote Muslims hold hostage in Sydney which is wrong.

You're mistaken. I'm comparing Muslims & Blacks which are people. (whether they are of different races,religions or black muslims etc doesn't matter). I never compared Islam to blacks so So my analogy is correct.

Posted on: 2014/12/15 20:57
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Terrorist holds over 40 hostages in Sydney Cafe
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JCMan8 Please change the subject of the thread to Terrorist holding over 40 hostages in Sydney cafe.

For example, no one begins the subject with "Black man robs white woman in parking lot". We all know it's racially insensitive & stereotyping blacks. It doesn't serve anyone well.

JerseyMom - thank you.

Posted on: 2014/12/15 20:03
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Re: Property Mgmt. Company Not Fixing Defects
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Thank you everyone for your useful comments. Thank you Jerseymom for such specific information. I'll keep you all updated with the progress of this situation.

Thank you

Pina

Posted on: 2014/12/3 20:39
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Property Mgmt. Company Not Fixing Defects
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Hi,

Can someone tell me what's the process or an effective way to go about convincing the property mgmt company to fix 3-4 serious defects.

3 people have fallen including myself, but the other 2 never care about reporting it to the company. I took pictures about this & emailed them a brief description & the problems we tenants face but no response for 2-3 months. I keep trying however.

1. Outdoor/Main entrance staircase broken for months & gets worse each day.

2.The 3rd floor indoor stair (below surface) has a huge crack & hole.Can hear it creaking & bits of wood, plaster or whatever falling on me & the 2nd floor stairs.

3.The light attached to the entrance of the building is never working/switched on. It's always super dark in the area surrounding the apartment & I feel a bit scared when I can't even see that there's a person outside smoking at the entrance because of the non functional lights.

What should I do? Who should I go to to fix these issues? Any city officials or police or tenants rights etc? The other tenants say they won't report anything & will just sue the company once tragedy strikes.

Pina

Posted on: 2014/12/3 15:28
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