Reply To: Abusing his authority, NC Sheriff goes “above and beyond” what the law allows

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A man without a country: I am sorry for the loss of your mother. She was correct to assess her death penalty phrase. My mother too experiences harassment by visiting deputies which causes her stress. Despite her age, she challenges deputies by closing the door on them immediately sending a signal of silence and proving that all citizens have the right to remain silent; even when they are not the primary target.

As for above and beyond statements this provides an introduction to leadership skills and general criteria for others to immolate or implement. Notice how one sheriff followed another. It is only a matter of time before all counties will keep following the leader. But fast forward a few years, and the next words you will hear are, “we need more SOR funding to keep up with the demand.” It is here and now that citizens are under the impression there is federal funding for SOR requirements. Above and beyond is not federally funded. Deputies and Sherrif leaders provide its data rather than federal guideline data. Therefore, it will either be the people or SOR’s that will end up paying for pet-projects like this.

Finally, law enforcement is a business and mental health agency. Its mere sustainability is to demonstrate how overcrowded, underfunded, and resource-stretched its organization is. The actuality and real data suggest that law enforcement creates above and beyond funding schemes, are not crowded, are mostly federally and locally funded and stretched because it fails to pay for its officers that seek either overtime or odd security jobs. Remember, it is a business; a very profitable business.