Beth Mandl needed to get away: away from the overtime hours, the ever-changing schedule and the high-stress environment. In July, she resigned , though she hadn't been at work since April, five months after she was the dispatcher who dealt with a call placed from a Cleveland park reporting that someone who was "probably a juvenile" had a gun that was "probably fake. Mandl responded to the call by assigning the dispatch code 1—the highest priority emergency code for a police call—and telling police officers: "There's a black male sitting on a swing. He's wearing a camouflage hat, a gray jacket with black sleeves. He keeps pulling a gun out of his pants and pointing it at people. The owner of the gun, which did indeed turn out to be fake, was Tamir Rice, a year-old boy.
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DENVER -- Police officers across the country misuse confidential law enforcement databases to get information on romantic partners, business associates, neighbors, journalists and others for reasons that have nothing to do with daily police work, an Associated Press investigation has found. Criminal history and driver databases give officers critical information about people they encounter on the job. In the most egregious cases, officers have used information to stalk or harass, or have tampered with or sold records they obtained. No single agency tracks how often the abuse happens nationwide, and record-keeping inconsistencies make it impossible to know how many violations occur. But the AP, through records requests to state agencies and big-city police departments, found law enforcement officers and employees who misused databases were fired, suspended or resigned more than times between and
I'm trying not to get involved with this officer I work with, but he's really a sweet guy. I've known of Dispatchers dating Officers, but I wouldn't reccomend it, because you are most likely to eventually develop feelings for this Officer, and when he is in the line of danger, you may not be able to react properly and perform your job to the best of your ability. At the same time, It is all up to you and how you feel. God brings people into everyone's lives for a reason. I encourage you to pray about it.