Discussion in 'Law and Justice System' started by ginscpy, Sep 11, 2012.
Seattle PD would have to rank near the top.
They let drug-dealers and other lowlifes rule downtown Seattle on the streets.
Most other cities they are moved out of the downtown areas.........
Rudy G cleaned up Times Square when it was thought to be a hopeless task.
If you accept New Orleans as a major American city - then that's it.
Major city is about 500,000 or so.
Not even sure NO was that before Katrina.
Metro area is 1.2 million.
Orleans parish 350,000
Hey the population of the City of London is only 7,000.
I never visited the deep south between Ga, Florida and Texas.
Always wanted to visted the French Quarter and Bourbon Street.
(did they chase the drug dealers out there?????????????/)
Seattle PD are a bunch of laize-faire smucks - who they think you can't bother people for existing.
Until they commit a crime.
Lowlifes, panhandlers etc loiter around -downtown streets engaging in illegal sub-versive activities.
Even Frisco has anti-loiteringl aws.
Seattle would have to go aways to catch up to the lousiness of the Tacoma cops, and forget Kent, they have to be number one in lame police departments.
You are pretty close to Seattle.
But per my topic - I was talking major cities with at least 500,000 population.
I though the Tacoma cops had cleaned up the gang situation.
Okay, scratch Kent. Tacoma cops are and always have been very corrupt, even before the gangs became a problem. True story, when I lived in NE Tacoma a cat was shot in broad daylight not 10 feet from where my son was playing. I called the cops. 4 days later, they sent the humane society to get the body of the cat, I kid you not. The cops never showed.
One of my neighbors house was being broken into and he called the cops, they told him they'd be there in 20 minutes. He told them he had a gun and if the kids who were trying to break in succeeded, he was going to shoot them dead. The cops showed in 5 minutes. Moral of the story, don't count on the cops unless you really don't need them.
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