Police breaking the law in mon repos san fernando

Police breaking the law in mon repos

The police at the mon repos, san fernando police station often park on the corner of royal road and smith street making it a virtual blind corner for motorists venturing onto and out of the very busy main road. On one occasion the officers were conducting a road block in front of the police station and a police vehicle was parked on the corner. I enquired about the legality of them parking there and two female officers threatened to give me a ticket if I did not continue driving. How can I respect them when they refuse to follow a small law such as this.

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cat says ... on Wednesday, Apr 3 at 8:07 PM

police are a big part of our crime problem.

inx says ... on Tuesday, Feb 12 at 12:19 PM

the police is 'above the law'. This will never end as at the is a disgrace, what do you expect to filter down?

jd says ... on Sunday, Nov 11 at 5:01 PM

The police are not at fault its the system, protect each other not the public. Sadly i would go into the system as a good cop, then turn to a deep blue, so blue, i would have 2 or 3 woman, accept a little bride now and then, then become a politician

mb23 says ... on Tuesday, Nov 6 at 7:58 PM

Given that the officers threatened the complainant with a traffic ticket, it is clear that the police are bent on abusing their power and breaking the law.

GG says ... on Wednesday, Oct 31 at 8:25 AM

I live Pleasantville and I can tell you that they have been doing that for yearsssssss so as mwalker said....good luck trying to get them to move. Law upon themselves

mwalker says ... on Friday, Oct 26 at 2:01 PM

This is a very prevalent problem in mon repos, i know this corner and it is true. I have experienced the same problem as this u reporter because that corner is a busy corner. Good luck trying to get the police to park in THEIR CAR PARK.

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