California: Reap what you have sown.

CBS2’s Randy Paige reports that many officers believe there aren’t enough of them to go around — especially in an emergency.“The citizens need to know they need to be able to protect themselves because if they call 911, we can’t guarantee we’re going to get there in time to help you,” says Police Protective League President Jamie McBride.He told Paige that Thursday morning between 5:30 and 10 a.m., there were just three patrol cars assigned to the West LA division. Two cars to protect more than 200,000 people in a 65 square mile radius.“West Los Angeles, at the minimum, should have seven patrol units, two-man units working,” McBride said.

Source: Only On 2: LAPD Officers Say More Patrol Needed In Times Of Emergency « CBS Los Angeles

I wish I could gloat, but I know there are too many good people who will suffer because the legislative actions of some well protected idiots that will get police protection because they were elected.


3 Replies to “California: Reap what you have sown.”

  1. I don’t think there is enough police to go around any where in the country is more of a reason for the law abiding to be armed to protect themselves.I don’t believe more tax money is needed but better use of what they have and better screening of the cops they have.



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