Thank you for your contributions in the past and keep them coming! Contact Us, Mentions, and Other Things in Our Fight to Clean Up the Arizona State University Police Department Mismanagement & Leadership Void

Hello, as you know, the comments section was down for quite a bit of time. We apologize, even the best setups have technical difficulty now and then.

For those that don’t know,  the only way to contact us is through the comments section, you can use any made up email, nickname, but please be sure to let us know if you want your comment posted or if you are just passing along information to be incorporated into an article. If you would like to write an article yourself, then send us what you have.

Thank you for your contributions in the past and keep them coming!

Help us prosecute white collar criminals in police command uniforms in a public forum.

This site does not keep or log IP addresses, so the Golden Goose that Elmer Fud and friends have been looking for since 2013 is still going strong in 2017.

Ever since we…fixed the glitch…on the comments section we have had a deluge of information come through the comments section. This will make for many good articles and we will get to it as time allows. One of our associates very close to them has told us some good information that will remain confidential until we have permission to release it. We were also informed about the gaggle of nervous people on the 3rd floor who are obsessed with this blog and tripping over one another worse than the three stooges. Seriously? That’s quite hilarious to hear, some things never change over there. Thank you for the information, it has inspired us to open the flood gates on these corrupt sleazeballs once more. Put your seat belts on, we’re not done by a long shot, we haven’t even started.

After seeing what these white collar criminal scum have done to good men, women, and their families in law enforcement we will not sit by and let it continue without a fight! No way in hell, not a chance bucko.

 

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7 thoughts on “Thank you for your contributions in the past and keep them coming! Contact Us, Mentions, and Other Things in Our Fight to Clean Up the Arizona State University Police Department Mismanagement & Leadership Void

  1. DL500unit says:

    It’s good to see you guys back in the battle once more, thank you for the public service you provide in exposing the crooks, liars, and wolves pretending to be sheep dogs. You might want to address this article. I’ll private message you some of the issues with it.

    http://www.asunow.asu.edu/20170412-asu-police-chief-honored-sexual-assault-awareness

  2. WheresMy907 says:

    Ok, I have some information for you.

  3. Master Of Mall Cops says:

    Emails about paid overtime to cover regular shifts seem to be fairly common, wait until an entire shift of officers leave around the same time ahead of replacements…better put your time off requests in now.

  4. Embudo says:

    The ASUPD command is rife with corruption and cronyism.

  5. Sheepdog999 says:

    I kept hearing about the blog from people, especially outside of the station in Tempe. At first I was skeptical thinking you guys just had a personal grudge, but after some time I found that everything you’re saying is true.

    Now I have to look for a way out of this place. There’s no future here, promotions and specialty positions are for their buddies, not often the most qualified people. One recent exception is the people replacing the entire cadre of detectives in CIB.

    Do they really do pop-up internal affairs on people trying to leave? Do you have any suggestions on how officers can protect themselves from getting black balled by the command? Thank you for the work you do. It’s necessary work unfortunately.

  6. McDougles says:

    Wow, you guys have been at this since 2013. It looks like change is slow or impossible for the department. Have you heard about the planning committee meeting s? What a complete waste of time. The gridlock there and the people involved are part and parcel what’s wrong within ASUPD.

  7. yurhuckleberry says:

    I’m hearing things in Tempe all the time. We have quite a few officers in processes with other agencies right now, but isn’t that always the case? It just might affect the smoke and mirrors magic show they perform to pretend like we have a functioning police department that isn’t hamstrung simply responding to routine calls and not being a proactive patrol presence.

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