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Verbal warning procedure

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What is it like to be fired for being LGBTQ?
It happened to me twice. Or perhaps three times.Which is slightly the point. I don't suppose gay people are often explicitly fired for being gay. It's usually much more subtle than that.The first time I was just edged out. I turned up for work and they said "we don't have any work for you". Since I was on a contract that paid me by the hour for work I was assigned, this meant I was fired without actually being fired. No-one had ever criticised the work I'd done and my results had been as good as anyone else's. I just didn't fit.The second time they called me in at seven in the morning and said "we want you to leave -- here's a huge bag of money". When that happens to you, you see which way the wind is blowing and you take the money and run. Despite the cash it took me a long time to get over it because I just didn't get why they wanted me to go.The third time they at least gave me a reason. Someone said I'd said something sexually inappropriate. They gave me a choice. I could submit myself to a formal tribunal. If I lost I'd be fired on the spot and would not be given a reference, thus ending my career. Or I could take a huge bag of money they happened to have lying on the table. So, once again, I took the money and ran.The nice thing about being paid off is that you know you've done nothing wrong. If you do wrong things people don't give you pay-offs. (Pay-offs that come with gagging clauses, of course.)How did I feel? At the time: shocked and a little scared. Now? Scarred but wearisome. Gay people suffer discrimination all the fucking time. (I'm not saying we're unique in this.) It makes me angry. Sometimes ragingly so.But things are changing slowly. Too slowly for me. I'm getting old. It would have been nice to have had a childhood without this shit to be honest.
As a police officer, how would you decide to give someone a verbal warning or a ticket after you pulled them over for speeding?
Attitude was king. If I stopped you and you immediately (but safely) pulled over, you had all your windows rolled down, you had your DL, insurance and registration ready to show me, you had both your car and radio turned off, you kept your hands visible and in your lap and you were both polite and honest, you stood a very good chance of driving off with only a warning.We have complete authority to cite or warn and I can’t speak for all police officers, but I almost never knew walking up on the car which route I was going to take. In most cases, it depended on my interaction with you. Basically, YOU determined if you were going to be warned or ticketed. Attitude is everything. Because we get such grief from a large percentage of the people we stop, when we stop someone who’s civil, it’s refreshing and we’re more inclined to let you off with a friendly warning.Having all your documents ready for us is important. We are never more vulnerable to injury as we are standing next to your car on a busy street or highway. More officers get killed on routine traffic stops than they do by violent assaults. It’s a dangerous time for us. The quicker we can conclude our business with you, the safer it it for us. If your an irresponsible slob that takes 20 minutes to rifle through all your old McDonald’s bags and other garbage and detritus in your wreck of a car to find the only 3 things that you are required to have, you’ve just guaranteed getting a ticket. We don’t appreciate your risking our lives.One of the biggest no-no’s was lying to us. People in general don’t like being lied to, but police officers, because we constantly get lied to, hate this more than anybody. When I stop you I already know what you did. When I ask you if you know what you did, it’s not because I don’t, it’s basically an honesty/attitude check. If you lie, you are virtually guaranteeing getting a ticket. We hate people who lie to us. It angers us and it’s never in your best interest to anger us. Any defense attorney will tell you not to admit anything to us. That’s bad advice. I’ve let thousands of motorists over my career go with only a warning when they were honest and upfront with me about what they did. Most people who are speeding for instance are well aware that they are going over the speed limit. If you get caught, just be honest and admit it. Give us a reason. We’re reasonable people and will take everything into account. I’ve stopped people for going way over the speed limit, but because of the circumstances at the time coupled with their friendly, honest demeanor, let them go. When 6–8 out of the 10 people I stop give me one sort of grief or another, the 2 or 3 that don’t really stand out. We appreciate those few allowing us to do our jobs without making what we do anymore difficult or unpleasant than it already is. It’s refreshing. So, just be honest.Be careful what you chose to telegraph to others about your beliefs on your car. Your stickers and bumper stickers will often get you into trouble that you might have avoided had you left your car unadorned. The one I hated was “Question Authority”. We all had the ones that irked us, but I always hated that one. Be careful about any pro drug or anti government/anti authority stuff you have on your car. You get the idea. Be careful what you put on your car as it paints a picture of you and it might not be a picture that someone in law enforcement is going to find amusing or forgiving of.Dont drive a piece of crap. If your car is smoking, has parts missing, and maybe a license plate swinging loosely by one bolt, it says a lot about you. So does expired plates. Older cars are fine, that’s not what I’m saying. Not everybody can afford a new Tesla. I’m talking about a car that screams that the driver is an unresponsible person who doesn’t take anything seriously. This is the driver that will often have the expired or suspended driver’s license. This is the driver who will often have warrants out for their arrest. This is the type of car that will often have drugs in. These cars scream “Stop Me” to the police. If we see a clean cut middle aged couple driving a well maintained car (not necessarily new…just well maintained) that has both plates mounted properly and current registration stickers showing at the same time we see some hoody wearing thug in a car like the one I mentioned in the beginning of this paragraph, guess which one I’m going to stop? Police officers want first and foremost to take bad guys off the streets. We live to arrest people who prey and harm others by their behaviors. These people are pretty easy to spot. Your car is the first thing we see that gives us an idea what you’re all about. Keep it safe. Keep it up to date. Make it look like it’s being driven by a law abiding, respectable citizen and you cut your chances of being stopped down substantially. If you do get stopped, and you behave in a responsible, civilized manner as outlines above, you are way more likely to get warned than cited.We only cite a small percentage of the total cars we stop every day. The one’s who get ticketed usually talk themselves into being ticketed by being rude and dishonest. Don’t anger us by saying stupid shit like “Don’t you guys have anything better to do?” or anything in that vein. They make it sound like I drove around a rape or violent assault just to stop them for some minor traffic violation. Any statement along these lines will, with almost certainty, get you ticketed. If instead of being honest you try and deflect your own behavior by pointing out what anybody else is doing (“But those people are speeding too!”), again, will almost certainly result in an unpleasant experience for you.As for the act of speeding itself, it depends on the totality of circumstances. Was it daytime or night? What was the weather like? We’re you driving past a school or on some deserted, rural road out in the middle of nowhere? How much faster than the posted limit were you traveling? What condition was your car in? We’re you alone or did you have others, especially children in the car? Why were you speeding? There are some reasonable reasons to be exceeding the speed limit. Just know, that if you try and claim that your mother was just transported to the hospital (an understandable reason if it’s true) you’d better be telling the truth or your life is about to become a whole lot less pleasant. In situations like this I always called to verify these types of claims (and in almost all these types of cases, the driver would be lying).Each stop has its own set of particulars and we take everything into account before deciding whether to warn you or to ticket you.
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