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Old 11-20-2014, 04:21 PM   #201
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This One Police Department Shot 92 Dogs in Three Years. One of the Officers Has Killed 25 By Himself | The Free Thought Project

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According to use of force reports requested by WGRZ-TV under the Freedom of Information Law, Buffalo Police shot 92 dogs from Jan. 1, 2011 through Sept. 2014. Seventy-three of those dogs died. Nineteen survived.

To provide a comparison, Buffalo’s numbers more than triple the amount of dog shooting incidents involving police in Cincinnati, a municipality of similar size.

“The numbers are what the numbers are,” Buffalo Police Chief of Detectives Dennis Richards said in an interview with WGRZ. “Certainly, no officer takes any satisfaction in having to dispatch a dog.”

Perhaps an even more disturbing reality is that nearly 30 percent of these dog shootings in Buffalo were carried out by one man. The unidentified officer has shot 26 dogs, killing 25 of them, in just the last three years.

The New York City Police Department produces an annual discharge report, publishing its most recent version in 2012. According to those reports, the NYPD shot 72 dogs in 2011 and 2012, but fewer than 30 percent of those cases (21) resulted in fatalities.

That means that in the years 2011-2012 alone, this cop has killed as many dogs as the entire NYPD!
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Old 11-21-2014, 08:52 AM   #202
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Officer charged with aggravated animal cruelty - Americus Times Recorder: Local News

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AMERICUS —An Americus police officer was released on bond Thursday after turning himself in to authorities.
Sumter County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Col. Eric Bryant said Officer William Lamb, 31, of Americus, who handles a K9 officer (dog) was charged with one count of aggravated cruelty to animals. Superior Court Judge George Peagler set a $5,000 (recognizance) bond and Lamb was released.
The charge stems from an incident that occurred at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in a U.S. Highway 280 East neighborhood where Lamb resides.
Bryant said Lamb was walking his K9 officer when he saw a neighbor’s pit bulldog unleashed and on the street.
Bryant said Lamb took his K9 officer back inside, and came out with a .270 rifle and shot the pit bulldog who belonged to his neighbor, Joseph Winn. The pit bulldog died.
Bryant said witnesses said they heard two shots but only one shell casing was found.
Laura Lee Bernstein, CEO, City of Americus told the Times-Recorder that Lamb was on Family Medical Leave and would upon his return to duty, would be placed on unpaid administrative leave until the case is adjudicated.
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Old 12-22-2014, 11:02 AM   #203
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Cleburne Officer Cleared of Shooting, Killing Dog | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

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Saturday, the city released Patton’s final report on the investigation, in which he states, “due to the actions of an aggressive animal, Officer Dupre reasonably believed he needed to use lethal, deadly force in defense of his own life.”

In his 28 page report, Patton details the encounter Dupre had with a group of dogs that were on the loose and explains how video evidence backs up claims that Maximus was showing signs of aggression. He consulted with experts from the Fort Worth Police Department and Los Angeles Police Department and reviewed articles written by animal behaviorists during his investigation.

“I know some people are not going to be satisfied with the investigation’s results,” said Cain. “We agreed to let the chips fall where they may and we gave up control of the investigation. And the chips have now fallen.”
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Old 01-12-2015, 02:13 PM   #204
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Let's see if we can beat 45 this year.


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The hunt for a bicyclist who wasn't using a light, leads to a dog being shot in its own yard.

Pit bull shot by Lee County deputy - NBC-2.com WBBH News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Naples, Florida

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A simple traffic stop involving a bicycle in Lehigh Acres led to a Lee County deputy firing off a shot to protect one of his own.

It happened near Gilbert Avenue just west of Gunnery Road.

Deputies tell us they attempted to stop a suspect on a bicycle outside of the Dollar General store on Gunnery Road for riding without a light. That's when the suspect ran away from deputies.

A helicopter and K9 unit were called in to help search for the suspect. While tracking the suspect in a wooded area, a K9 unit was attacked by an unleashed Pit bull. That's when a deputy in pursuit shot the Pit bull.

We spoke to the Pit bull's owner, Michael Rivera. Rivers says the entire incident happened on his property -- which he says has an invisible fence system.

The Pit bull is receiving treatment from animal control. River tells us his dog isn't doing well. The K9 is expected to be okay.

The suspect is still on the run. No description has been given to us at this time.
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Old 01-12-2015, 02:53 PM   #205
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Cop investigating allegations of animal neglect couldn't help but shoot a dog himself.

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Old 02-06-2015, 10:52 PM   #206
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Cops hate it when you rob taxi drivers:

Brooklyn family says NYPD used excessive force when officer shot their dog during arrest

POSTED 5:51 PM, FEBRUARY 6, 2015, BY HENA DANIELS




BROOKLYN (PIX11) — Six-year-old German Shepard Macho is on his way to surgery Friday with a bullet still lodged in is leg. He was shot by a police officer after the NYPD says the150 pound pooch went after one of the 2 cops who responded to Raven Garcia’s Brooklyn home.

Garcia was arrested after skipping out on her $40 cab fare after a night in Manhattan with her friends. She did not want to discuss the details of the arrest, but her father says it all started as a misunderstanding with the taxi driver.

“My daughter was intoxicated,” Henry Garcia said. “She came inside and told the cab driver the money was inside and fell asleep. That’s when he called the cops.”

And that’s when officer Abiola Errico fired her weapon three times at Macho, who has been a part of the Garcia family his entire canine life.

“Macho looks intimidating but he couldn’t hurt a fly. Macho barks. He probably saw them get violent with my daughter and they shot him for no reason,” Henry said.

But police paint a different picture, claiming officers repeatedly told Garcia to restrain her hostile dog. She refused and Macho ran past one of the officers and directly towards officer Errico. Errico fired three times, striking Macho once.

Garcia has been charged with theft of service and skipping out on a 40 dollar cab fare — that will now likely cost her hundreds of dollars in vet bills.

“I’m devastated about it all,” she told PIX11.

The officer was treated and released at the hospital for tinnitus. The NYPD says the case is under investigation.



Brooklyn family says NYPD used excessive force when officer shot their dog during arrest | New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
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Old 02-26-2015, 03:00 PM   #207
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Eh, you're reaching for that one Brainey.
Some counties it's legal to shoot other animals that are attacking or going after livestock. That goes for fox, coyote, wolf, bear, mountain lion, dog, cat, ect. The court will figure this one out.
Don't want your animals shot? Keep them on your property.


Not that this negates the fact that the guy who shot the dogs isn't a huge pile of ****.
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Old 02-26-2015, 05:21 PM   #209
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cops too busy just shooting people this year. the dogs were just a test to see if they could get away with bigger and better things.
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Old 02-26-2015, 06:19 PM   #210
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No sympathy for people that let dogs run loose. This guy had every right to shoot them.

Putting pictures up was dumb.
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Old 03-18-2015, 09:48 AM   #211
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cop pets, then shoots dog.

Man's 'World Destroyed' After San Diego Cop Kills Burberry The Service Dog

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Ian Anderson of San Diego told The Huffington Post he was sleeping in his home when officers pounded on his door at 5 a.m. Sunday over a domestic disturbance call. The 24-year-old man said police had the wrong house.

The knocking woke up Anderson and his 6-year-old pit bull, Burberry, who started barking until Anderson opened the door for the officers.

In a surveillance video obtained by HuffPost, one of the officers can be seen petting the dog. Burberry then runs over to the other officer, who backs away, drawing his weapon. Burberry keeps following the officer, and seconds later -- off-screen -- the cop fatally shoots Burberry in the head.
watch the video in the link.
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Old 06-20-2015, 02:52 PM   #212
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Brainey, you're slacking in this thread.

Lawsuit: Detroit cop killed 'Babycakes,' a leashed dog, for 'no reason'

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A Detroit homeowner has filed a lawsuit after a Detroit Police officer reportedly shot and killed his French mastiff dog named "Babycakes" during a search of his yard.

And even after the search was over, the homeowner says he wasn't charged with a crime.
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Old 06-22-2015, 08:49 AM   #213
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yeah sorry, ive stopped copying the post from the warrior thread over here. lazy.

there's a good 6-7 new ones over there


here's a good one for you:

Columbus Ohio Police Officer Accidentally Shoots A 4 Year Old Girl After Missing Her Dog!

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Columbus police confirmed a child was hit by a stray bullet Friday afternoon in Whitehall. The officer was executing an arrest warrant for a hit skip and heard cries for help from a home in the 4100 block of Chandler Drive, police said.

According to a news release, a woman was suffering from self-inflicted wounds in the home. When the officer entered the home and tried to help an injured woman, a mixed-breed dog charged at him. He fired one shot, missed and hit the 4-year-old girl in the right leg. The dog weighs about 40 pounds.

Neighbor Cole Baker said he was upset when he heard the news, because he has children living in his home. He said his own dogs are trained to protect his family, and would have probably been aggressive if an officer came into their home.

"Dogs don't know the difference between a police officer or not," he said. "They don't know a uniform. Dogs see a strange man that doesn't belong in the house."

"We don't want anyone to get shot especially an innocent victim," said Denise Bouzounis, public information officer for Columbus Police.

The girl was taken to Nationwide Children's Hospital and is expected to recover. The injured woman was taken to Grant Medical Center for her injuries.
police officer apparently died from being eaten by a dog after missing, they left that part out of the story.
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As an Englishman and dog lover I find this a very hard thread to read.It would appear a lot of your police are ignorant of basic dog behaviour.
Most dogs bounding up to you want a bit of fuss,and an aggressive dog is usually easy to spot.If you are on the dogs territory then you need to be aware it could attack.However by backing off and calmly talking to the dog in a non threatening manner I personally have not met a dog I could not befriend.Spotting a dog that should not be approached is just basic common sense.
However in a nation that defends the right to carry arms and arms the police this will happen.Many people should not be allowed to carry arms because they are incapable of controlling their use of those arms.This is not a problem we have in England thankfully.
I know I will probably get flamed for this post,although I defend your rights to choose the right to carry arms,and am merely pointing out in a society that allows it this will continue to occur due to unsuitable people being armed.
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Most people don't run around shooting dogs--there are well over 75 million gun owners in the US, about 20-30% of our population.

What we do have is really overzealous police that have been given license to shoot anything if they feel threatened in any way coupled with legal protections that regular people also don't have.

They are trained to be scared of everything and anything--that the world is hostile-- and everything is a threat and their #1 priority over anything else is to get home alive.

They are shown videos of police getting beat up and gunned down in the field of duty and then told that the criminal wasn't at fault but the officier was for letting it happen to them. They are literally brainwashed into an "Us vs Them" mentality--the people they are supposed to be serving and protecting.

Their situational training puts them into everyday situations where children randomly draw a guns on them. or some people with backs turned to them suddenly spin around and fire at them for no reason. Or that people with knives can run at officers so fast for over 20ft away that they can stab them to death. This trains them to shoot first and hesitate/evaluate latter--because the only thing that matters is the officers own life.

A cop's world is scary--that's why you always hear "policing is dangerous" because they make it that way. Like you said a normal person would have common sense, cops don't have that luxury, it has been taken from them (assuming they started with any).

So in a lot of these stories you have cops in perfect normal situations, but they dont know how to deal with normal situations; the only thing they know how to do is react with a gun first and have their union protect them from justice later. They'll escalate every situation they encounter because they are waiting for the random person to pull a gun and fire at them--just like they were trained.

No citizen gun-owner is trained like this, it's actually quite the opposite. The last thing they want to do is actually have to shoot someone/thing.

guns aren't a big deal, but putting them into the hands of crazed idiots* and out of the hands of responsible people isn't smart. You have a somewhat warped sense of what it's really like here in the US, seriously no one is actually afraid of people with guns.



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I didn't say guns were to blame,a gun cannot kill anybody.I merely said inappropriate people with guns were a problem.If as you say this is a problem with police training then it needs correcting.
I merely said in a society that wants freely available arms then this is one of the side effects that you have to accept.
We do not have a problem in England with our police shooting dogs,not because are police are better than yours but purely because they are not armed.
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well we have problems with police shooting just about everything right now too... and i was complaining about it before it was trendy.
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Hope it gets sorted for all your sakes.
At least they cannot shoot you for laughing,can they ?
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Our cops hate dogs so much, they don't even get charged with murdering a police officer.

Gulf Shores police dog died from being left in hot patrol car (updated) | AL.com

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A police dog died as a result of being left in a hot patrol car, according to GSPD spokesman Sgt. Jason Woodruff.

The three-year-old dog was left inside an officer's car on Thursday, June 18 during a hurricane preparation conference in Gulf Shores.

"Mason's handler Corporal Josh Coleman forgot that Mason was still in the back seat of his patrol car. On discovering Mason's absence Cpl. Coleman located him in the vehicle," the statement read.

No criminal charges will be filed but the city and the department have taken action against Coleman.
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more cop on cop violence:

Richmond cop shoots department dog after being bitten - SFGate

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A Richmond police officer shot a department K-9 on Tuesday after the dog bit him, authorities said.

The shooting happened at police headquarters at 1701 Regatta Blvd. at 6:50 a.m. The officer was walking through the secured parking lot in street clothes, on his way to work, when he was set upon by the Belgian Malinois, said Richmond police Sgt. Nicole Abetkov.

The dog had been inside a Chevrolet patrol vehicle but somehow got out and attacked the officer, prompting him to shoot the dog once, Abetkov said. The dog’s handler was inside the police building at the time.

“The officer is going to be OK,” Abetkov said of the officer who was bitten.

The injured dog, which was trained to apprehend suspects and detect drugs, was taken to a Berkeley veterinary hospital and was reported to be in stable condition. The circumstances leading up to the incident are under investigation.
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