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Training Can Avert Needless Fatalities

February 26, 2013

When 26-year-old Robert Saylor refused to leave his theater seat after watching a movie in Frederick, Md., on Jan. 12, sheriff’s deputies were summone....

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Feb-27-13 9:59 PM

One would think-but unfortunately there are some LE that just done care. It doesnt matter how much the city has to pay-it will never be enough for bad cops on the force. Just look locally. How many lawsuits are filed against WPD and pending at the time.

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Feb-27-13 5:43 AM

It seems unlikely that anyone could argue with someone with Down Syndrome and not recognize it.

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Feb-26-13 11:55 PM

How tragic. My question is why are we just now bringing the attention to needed training? Law enforcement are paid too little and receive too little training for the power that they have.

We need quality officers and they deserve a decent wage. Not only should they be mentally and physically able, they deserve the training to prevent such incidents.

Very senseless death.

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